Field Bradshaw was the son of William Bradshaw and Judith Scruggs Field's father, William Bradshaw, died intestate in Goochland County prior to 15 September 1747 when Judith Bradshaw was given letters of administration for his estate. 
As the eldest son, Field inherited his father's land, most of which was now in Cumberland County.  Through a series of deeds starting in 1749, Field began to transfer the property which his father had owned to his siblings.
Field first gave 205 acres in the parish of Southam in Cumberland County on both sides of the Deep Creek to his brother Charles Bradshaw on 10 July 1749. Next Field gave 170 acres in the parish of Southam in Goochland County on the branches of Deep Creek to his brother-in-law Field Robinson, husband of his sister Obedience. Another deed from Field for 250 acres located in the parish of Southam on the branches of Deep Creek went to his brother Josiah Bradshaw on 10 July 1749.  The final deed written by Field Bradshaw on 10 July 1749 was for 230 acres in the Parish of Southam on both sides of Deep Creek to his brother John Bradshaw.
Sometime prior to 1754 in Cumberland County, Virginia, Field married Judith Robinson, daughter of John Robinson and Tabitha Jones.  Field and Judith became the parents of at least nine children. These children were Benjamin, John, Rebekah, Field, Charles, Jonas, Susanna, Judith, and Josiah. 
On 22 July 1754 Field and his wife Judith sold two tracts of land along the Deep Creek in Cumberland County to his brother William Bradshaw. One parcel was 70 acres and the other was 130 acres.
↑ Cumberland County Virginia Deed Book 1, p 30-32, FHL film 30745, deed written 10 Jul 1749, recorded 24 Jul 1749, from "Field Bradshaw of the County of Cumberland son and heir of William Bradshaw late of said County deceased. . . "
↑ Goochland County Virginia Order Book 6, p 375, on 15 Sep 1747 " Judith Bradshaw comes into Court and makes Oath that William Bradshaw deceased died without any will so far as she knows or believes and on her motion a certificate is granted her for obtaining letters of Administration in due form. John Merriman and Benjamin Bradshaw entering themselves security for the same. Ordered that Benjamin Mosby, Hezeekiah Mosby, Philip Poindexter and Samuel Scott or any three of them being first sworn before some Justice of the Peace do appraise the Estate of William Bradshaw deceased and that his Administratrix do return an Inventory thereof to the next Court. "
↑ Cumberland County Virginia Deed Book 1, p 30-32, FHL film 30745, deed written 10 Jul 1749, recorded 24 Jul 1749, from "Field Bradshaw of the County of Cumberland son and heir of William Bradshaw late of said County deceased. . . for and in consideration of the Love Good Will and Affection which I have and bear towards my brother Charles Bradshaw of the same County. . ."
↑ Cumberland County Virginia Deed Book 1, p 32-34, FHL film 30745, deed written 10 Jul 1749, "for and in consideration of the Love good will and Affection which I have and do bear towards my Brother in Law Field Robinson of the same County. . ."
↑ Cumberland County Virginia Deed Book 1, p 34-36, FHL film 30745, deed written 10 Jul 1749, "for and in consideration of the Love good will and Affection which I have and do bear towards my Brother Josiah Bradshaw of the same County"
↑ Cumberland County Virginia Deed Book 1, p 36-38, FHL film 30745, deed written 10 Jul 1749, "for and in consideration of the Love good will and Affection which I have and do bear towards my Brother John Bradshaw of the same County"
↑ Will of John Roberson, Cumberland County Virginia Will Book 1, page 343, Family History Library film 30738, "I give and bequeath to my three daughters Susanah Bradshew, Judith Bradshew and Elizabeth Hogan all the rest of my estate to be equally divided between them only reserving seven pounds which has already benn paid to William Bradshew my will is that he allows two thirds of that money out of my estate to the other two namely Judith Bradshew & Elizabeth Hogan after paying my just debts and funeral expences. Lastly I nominate and appoint my sons in law Field Bradshew and William Bradshew whole and sole executors of this my last will and testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eleventh day of December in the year of our lord 1767"
↑ Will of Field Bradshaw, written 16 Jun 1788, Lincoln County, North Carolina, Field Bradshaw will is Mars ID 5200.60.132 folder, filed in Lincoln County in 1788, Original Will in North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina. Digital images may be located in North Carolina County, District and Probate Courts, North Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1665-1998 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015
↑ Cumberland County Virginia Will Book 2, p 149-150, FHL film 30745
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Field by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: