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Looking For Descendants of Oliver Manly Bradfield and Martha W. Farmer
Posted by: AZLILOWL (ID *****5760) Date: June 04, 2005 at 07:57:49
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Oliver was born Feb 1849, South Carolina. Oliver's parents are unknown at this time. He married Martha W. Farmer, on 16 Dec 1873, in Coweta Co., Georgia.

Martha W. Farmer was born circa 1850, in either Henry or Fayette County, Geogia. Her death information is unknown.

Oliver and Martha Brandfield moved to Etowah Co., Alabama and lived close to Martha's parents, Ira E. Farmer and Elizabeth Colwell/Caldwell. They can be found living there in the 1880 Etowah Co, AL Census.

Martha's parents, Ira & Elizabeth Farmer, are my 3rd great grandparents. I know very little about Martha's Bradfield family, and I would love to make contact with one of her descendants for family history sharing. I also have several distant cousins to introduce you to.

If you are related, researching, or know anyone that is related to Oliver and Martha Bradfield, would you please contact "TJ" at <<azlilowl@vtc.net>> as soon as possible.

The 2 known children of Oliver Manly Bradfield and Martha W. Farmer are:

1. Robert C. Bradfield, b: circa 1875, Coweta Co., GA
2. Leela Bradfield, b: circa 1876, Coweta Co., GA

Thanks! TJ


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