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Re: Bradley Family in Adrian, Lenawee, Michigan
Posted by: Bill (ID *****0917) Date: April 20, 2009 at 22:36:58
In Reply to: Bradley Family in Adrian, Lenawee, Michigan by Rhonda Forman of 690

In the 1860 Adrian census they had the 3 boys plus daughter Laurene 9, Alice 7 and Robert 5.

In the 1870 Adrian census the family is the same as 1860 except William has left the family.

Still in Adrian in the 1880 census, all surnames are Bradly:
self, Robert J., 64, NY NY NY, carpenter
wife, Laura W., 63 VT VT VT, keeps house
other?/son, William F., 35, md, MI NY VT, bank clerk
wife, Alice L., 34, md, keeps house, MI NY NY
son, Horace B., 32, MI NY VT, at home
dau, Alice M., 25, MI NY VT, at home
son, Robert H., 23, MI NY VT, traveling salesman

William Foster Bradley married Alice ?Suble/Seible on 29 Dec 1869 in Adrian. This is the info from the marriage record:
Residence: both Adrian
Age: he 25, she 23
Occupation: he express manager
Birthplace: he Clinton, MI, she Cambria, Niagara, NY
Married by: Rev. W. H. Webb, Pastor, Adrian Church
Witnesses: Miriam B. Bradley and John Seiblay/ey, both of Adrian.

I am not related.







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