Joseph Bradbury

Joseph Bradbury (1775 - 1839)

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Joseph Bradbury
Born in Buxton, ME.map
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Gorhammap
Husband of — married in Buxton, ME.map
Descendants descendants
Died in Buxton, ME.map
Profile last modified | Created 3 Dec 2018
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Biography

Joseph was born in 1775. He passed away in 1839. His grave stone can be found on the right side of the Emery Cemetery in Buxton, as a slate slab, next to his first wife Susan Crockett, of which he had seven children. A year after Susan died, he married Sally Steele and had another nine children. Toward the center of the Cemetery is a tall concrete memorial of him, His second wife, and their 9 children.

Sources

  • Grave stone in Emery Cemetery, Buxton, and Thomas Bradbury-1922 research
  • John Brooks Threlfall, Ancestry of Thomas Bradbury and his wife Mary Perkins, (Madison, Wisconsin, 1988). The Bradbury memorial: records of some of the descendants of Thomas Bradbury-44. Included are both wives and all 16 children.


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DNA Connections
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