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Charles Bradshaw (1718 - bef. 1761)

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Charles Bradshaw
Born in Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married before 25 Jan 1752 in Cumberland County, Virginiamap
Descendants descendants
Died before in Cumberland, Virginiamap
Profile last modified 11 Aug 2019 | Created 19 Feb 2014
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Biography

Charles was born about 1716 in Virginia. His patents were William Bradshaw and Judith Scruggs. [1]

He married Jemima Hendrick, daughter of Adolphus Hendrick prior to 1752.[2] They were the parents of four children, Joel, William, Temperance, and Ruth.

Charles died before 22 June 1761 in Cumberland County, Virginia. [3] His burial place is unknown.


Sources

  1. Deed from Field Bradshaw to brother Charles Bradshaw, 10 July 1749, Cumberland County Virginia Deed Book 1, p 30-32, Family History Library film 30745, "Field Bradshaw of the County of Cumberland and Heir of William Bradshaw late of the said county deceased" . . . "for and in Consideration of the Love Good Will and Affection which I have and do bear towards my brother Charles Bradshaw of the same County"
  2. Will of Adolphus Hendrick, Cumberland County VA Will Book 1, p 273-275, written 22 Jan 1752 proven 24 Oct 1763. FHL film 30738 (page 274,"I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jemima Bradshaw one negro woman named Tamar with her increase")
  3. Will of Charles Bradshaw, 22 Jun 1761, Cumberland County VA Will Book 1, p 217, FHL film 30738, names wife Jemima, sons Joel and William, daughters Temperance and Ruth. Also names brothers William Bradshaw and Josiah Bradshaw. Witnesses were Field Bradshaw, John Bradshaw, and Joseph Robertson. Charles made his mark (CB)


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On 13 Jul 2018 at 17:32 GMT Karen (Mahaney) Raichle wrote:

Bradshaw-1826 and Bradshaw-1152 appear to represent the same person because: Same birth and death dates, same parents, same location. Please take a look and if you agree they are the same person, please merge them.,

On 20 Jan 2017 at 17:26 GMT Karen (Mahaney) Raichle wrote:

Will of Charles Bradshaw, 22 Jun 1761, Cumberland County VA Will Book 1, p 217, FHL film 30738, names wife Jemima, sons Joel and William, daughters Temperance and Ruth. Also names brothers William Bradshaw and Josiah Bradshaw. Witnesses were Field Bradshaw, John Bradshaw, and Joseph Robertson. Charles made his mark (CB)

On 20 Jan 2017 at 17:20 GMT Karen (Mahaney) Raichle wrote:

Charles Bradshaw married Jemima Hendrick, daughter of Adolphus Hendrick prior to 1752. Will of Adolphus Hendrick, Cumberland County VA Will Book 1, p 273-275, written 22 Jan 1752 proven 24 Oct 1763. FHL film 30738 (page 274,"I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jemima Bradshaw one negro woman named Tamar with her increase")

On 28 Dec 2016 at 22:59 GMT Karen (Mahaney) Raichle wrote:

Based on the birth date, it is more likely that Charles Bradshaw (Bradshaw-1826) is the son of William Bradshaw (Bradshaw-676) and Judith Scruggs (Scruggs-56). He is more likely the brother of Bradshaw-675 and not his son.

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