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John & Hattie Tucker Bradshaw and Neal & Lula Bradshaw?
Posted by: Sandra Wortham (ID *****6224) Date: September 21, 2004 at 19:58:15
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My grt gm Carrie Lee Tucker Bradshaw Mayhew's sister Harriette “Hattie” Tucker Bradshaw and husband John who is a cousin to my grt grandfather Joseph Bradshaw were thought to have been in Taylor Co, in or around Merkel, when Joseph died; Carrie took the children and moved there close to her sister. I find, however, they were in Nolan Co 1900 and Runnels Co 1910, and in 1920 were in Eastland Co. With the help of another researcher today, it looks like their son Neal (thought to be Neal Walter) was in Taylor Co in the 30's & 40's though I can't find him in 1930 census and that his wife's name may have been Lula M.; possibly there was a daughter Elizabeth. This Lula is in the SS TX Death Index having died in Taylor Co. 1982; she was born 1896 the same year as Neal.

Below is the family as I found them in 1900, '10 & '20; cannot find them after that.

Nolan Co. 1900
John born 1864 in TX; parents in TN & AL
Hattie 6/1876 TX; parents in NC (think mother b. TN)
Children all born in TX
Virginia        Sept 1894
Neal        Jan 1896
Ernest March 98
? March 1900 evidently Arthur from 1910 census

Runnels Co 1910
John G. , 42. ,married 16 yr, born TX and parents in Mississippi
Harriette, (age unclear )born TX and also her parents though the later may or may not be correct
Mary age 15
Walter 14
John 12
Arthur 10
Dallas 5
Robert 3

Eastland Co 1920
John, 52
Hattie, 42 (mother b. TN--)
Jennie, 25
Neal, 24
Ernest, 21
Arthur, 19
Dallas, 15
Lee, 13
A.Z. 4

Does anyone recognize this line and could provide more information? With them being a double ancestry line I would be very interested in finding more on them and possible descendants. Thank you, Sandra

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