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Re: Isaac Bradley
Posted by: Earl Cameron (ID *****4024) Date: May 09, 2012 at 09:03:31
In Reply to: Re: Isaac Bradley by Phyllis Gauss of 53414

Thank you for responding to my inquiry. According to the 1900 Federal Census, Isaac (M.) Bradley then lived in Ray County MO with his wife Lavonia and their children including my grandfather Aaron Elmer Bradley. This record indicates that his mother and father were both from Tennessee. In the 1870 Federal Census Isaac (M) Bradley is listed with his mother Margarett and his brothers and sisters but no father. It also indicates that she was born in Tennessee but the children were all born in Missouri. The only sources I have for the father ď IssacĒ is from other family trees. According to these trees he was born in about 1830 and died in about 1869. If Margarett was born in 1835 then his birth date of about 1830 sounds reasonable. Since he does not appear in the 1870 census with Margarett and his last son Thomas was born in 1869 it sounds reasonable that he may have died in 1869. I don't know where the name Martin comes from nor di I know what happened to any of the other children. Iím a rookie at this and may be incorrect on my assumptions. Iím sure there are many other possible theories. Any advice or help you can give me is greatly appreciated. Warm regards.


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