GA Family Group Sheet for Thomas BRADLEY

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Husband: Thomas BRADLEY
Birthdate: 2/18/1792
Birthplace: Jackson Co., GA
Death date: 3/25/1858
Place of death: Walton Co., GA
Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Walton Co., GA
Father:
Mother:

Marriage date: 2/8/1821
Marriage place: Clarke Co., GA

Wife: Susannah OLIVER
Birthdate: 8/4/1802
Birthplace: NC
Death date: 8/12/1885
Place of death: Walton Co., GA
Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Walton Co., GA
Father: Elijah OLIVER
Mother: Mary WISE

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Mary A.E.R. BRADLEY
Sex: F
Birthdate: 12/24/1822
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date:
Place of death:
Burial:
Marriage date: 12/16/1838
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Madison JAMISON

Child No. 2: Sara J. BRADLEY
Sex: F
Birthdate: 3/2/1825
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date:
Place of death:
Burial:
Marriage date: 12/6/1841
Marriage place: Walton Co., GA
Spouse's name: Delaware F. HALE

Child No. 3: Francis Marion BRADLEY
Sex: M
Birthdate: 11/7/1827
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date: 1/19/1863
Place of death: near Fredericksburg, VA
Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Walton Co., GA
Marriage date: 4/29/1851
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Stiry CAMP

Child No. 4: Amanda T. BRADLEY
Sex: F
Birthdate: 2/8/1830
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date: Bet. 1915-1916
Place of death:
Burial:
Marriage date: 2/25/1847
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: James F. BREEDLOVE

Child No. 5: Susan A. BRADLEY
Sex: F
Birthdate: 11/21/1831
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date:
Place of death:
Marriage date: 2/12/1852
Burial:
Marriage place: Walton Co., GA
Spouse's name: John F. ROBERTSON or ROBINSON

Child No. 6: Nancy E. BRADLEY
Sex: F
Birthdate: 7/31/1833
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date:
Place of death:
Burial:
Marriage date: 1/29/1852
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Augustus SMITH

Child No. 7: Eliza F. BRADLEY
Sex: F
Birthdate: 7/27/1835
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date:
Place of death:
Burial:
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: J.J.N. KENNEDY

Child No. 8: Elijah O. BRADLEY
Sex: M
Birthdate: 8/5/1837
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date: 1/6/1839
Place of death: Walton Co., GA
Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Walton Co., GA
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:

Child No. 9: Thomas J. BRADLEY
Sex: M
Birthdate: 11/8/1839
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date: 7/2/1863
Place of death: Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA
Burial: Gettysburg, Adams Co., PA
Marriage date: 1/2/1859
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: Sara BEALL

Child No. 10: James M. BRADLEY
Sex: M
Birthdate: 4/23/1845
Birthplace: Walton Co., GA
Death date: 7/7/1909
Place of death: Walton Co., GA
Burial: Bradley Cemetery, Walton Co., GA
Marriage date: 9/15/1865
Marriage place: possibly Walton Co., GA
Spouse's name: Mary A. LOCKLIN
 

Documentation:
Wayfarers In Walton - Chapter 12 "Lamps to Posterity",
Bradley - pages 766-768
Thomas Bradley (b. 2/18/1792 Jackson County; m. Susannah Oliver Allen
2/8/1821; d. 3/25/1858 Walton County) was an Indian fighter, a veteran of
the War of 1812, and a Baptist.  Both he and hi wife are buried in the
Bradley Cemetery near Campton.
Susannah (b. 8/4/1802 North Carolina; m. 1st William B. Allen, 2nd Thomas
Bradley; d. 8/12/1885 Walton County) was the daughter of Elijah (b. 1781
Virginia; d. 1854 Jackson County) and Mary Wise Oliver (b. 1779 North
Carolina).  She was sometimes called Susan.  Her first husband, whom she
married April 24, 1817, died March 15, 1819, leaving her with one child,
William.  Immediately after their marriage, Thomas and Susannah Bradley
lived in Clarke County, but constructed the original Bradley home in
Walton and moved there in March 1822.
Their children, all of whom were born in Walton County, were: (1) Mary A.
E. R. (b. 12/24/1822; m. Madison Jamison 12/16/1838) (2) Sara H, *b,
3/2/1825; m. F. Hale 12/6/1841); (3) Francis Marion (b. 11/7/1827; m.
Stiry Camp 4/29/1851; d. 1/19/1863 Virginia); (4) Amanda T. (b. 2/8/1830;
m. James F. Breedlove 2/25/1847; d. 1915 or 1916); (5) Susan A. (b.
11/21/1831; m. John F. Robertson 2/12/1852); (6) Nancy E. (b. 7/31/1833;
m. Augustus Smith 1/29/1852); (7) Eliza F. (b. 7/27/1835; m. J. J. N.
Kennedy); (8) Elijah O. (b. 8/5/1837; d. 1/6/1839); (9) Thomas J. (b.
11/8/1839; m. Sara Beall 1/2/1859; d. 7/2/1865 Gettysburg); (10) James M.
(b. 4/23/1845; m. Mary Lochlin 9/19/1865; 7/17/1909).
F. and Sara J. Bradley Hale's children were William, Robert, John, James,
and Lucy.  Those of Francis Marion and Stiry Camp Bradley were Amanda J.
(d. young), Mary (b. 1854), and Thomas Russell (b. 9/1857; m. Angie R.
Flanigan; d. 9/1898).  James F. and Amanda T. Bradley Breedlove became
parents of Amanda, Susan, Joel, Thomas, James, John, George, and Luticia.
J. J. N. and Eliza F. Bradley Kennedy's children were Susan and Joseph.
James M. and Mary Lochlin Bradley were parents of Oscar, Mollie, Sallie,
Samuel, Thomas, James, and Rhodel.
Elijah O., son of Thomas and Susannah Bradley, lived only 17 months and
was probably the first member of the family buried in the Bradley
Cemetery.  His grave is between that of his father and his brother
Francis Marion.  The latter enlisted for Confederate service August 13,
1861.  He served as a junior lieutenant and died of measles and exposure
in camp near Fredericksburg.  His younger borther James M., just released
in a prison of war exchanged and recovering from wounds, accompanied
Francis M.'s body home.  James had bben captured in the battle of Malvern
Hill.  Their brother Thomas J. enlisted in the Confederate army July 17,
1861, and was killed at Gettysburg.  He is buried there.
Thomas J. Bradley, the father, owned 600 acres of good farm land
surrounding the home site near Campton in 1852.  He treated his slaves
well, and long after they were freed they returned to be buried in the
Bradley Cemetery.  Twenty-three are mentioned by name in the appraisal of
his estate after his death.  Among his personal property noted by the
appraisers were nine feather beds and steads, a rifle gun and shot bag,
two spinning wheels, 16 head of sheep, a lot of books, two side saddles,
and 21 pieces of bed clothing.  In a sale of the property, the Negroes
alone brought $17, 672.89.  Thomas and Susannah's son James M. bought the
home and land.  He built a new home on the family property only a short
distance from the original home and took his mother to live with him and
his family until her death at 83.
Thomas and Susannah's grandson Thomas Russell Bradley became the father
of (1) Russell L. (b. 11/13/1877; m. Eliza Wilson); (2) Jennie Alms (m.
Bob Etheridge); (3) Elijah Marion (b. 11/6/1880; m. Susie Etheridge); (4)
Luther James (b. 2/9/1883; m. Esther Fowler; d. 4/4/1954; (5) Alvin Edwin
(m. Mage Wages); (6) Susie Stiry (m. Vester Sikes); (7) Loutishie (m. J.
L. "Bud" Norris); (8) Thomas Monroe (b. 10/9/1892; m. Daisy Ethel
Williams; d. 5/1/1955); (9) Maybelle (m. Louis Wages); (10) Cline Lloyd
(m. 1st Esther Etheridge, 2nd Marie Phillips).