Thomas Eugene was born December 16, 1864, the son of Henry Bradshaw and Mary Fatima Hewitt. 
Thomas Eugene Bradshaw married Mary Lillian Warring, the daughter of Cornelius V. Warring and Hannah Elletson, December 28, 1889. 
The had the following children: 
Minnie May "Gertrude" Bradshaw 1891–1976
Daisy Ada Bradshaw 1892–1947
Ruth Pearl Bradshaw 1895–1919
Earl Ray Bradshaw 1902–1957
After the death of Mary Lillian, Thomas Eugene Bradshaw married Jettie Allender, the daughter of Ben Allender and Iowa Jerrel, on September 10, 1904.
Gene and Jettie had the following children:
Gladys I Bradshaw 1905–1992
Lloyd Benjamin "Ted" Bradshaw 1908–1969
Mildred Irene Bradshaw 1912–1941
Milton Henry "Brad" Bradshaw 1913–1974
Jettie Juanita Bradshaw 1918–1985
He died in 1934. Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery, Cosmopolis, Grays Harbor County, Washington. 
Obituary for Gene's wife, Lillian: Mrs. Bradshaw Dead. Mrs. T.E. Bradshaw died at Chehalis, Wash., April 13, of heart failure, leaving a husband and four children. Her maiden name was Lillian Warring and she was born in Wabasha county, Minnesota Jan. 1, 1874. She lived for a time in Excel, Marshall county and moved from there to Crookston, where she was married to T.E. Bradshaw, Dec. 18, 1889. In March 1899 they moved to Napavine, Wash., and last August to Chehalis, where Mr. Bradshaw was employed as engineer in the shingle mill. They resided in this city about six years ago, Mr. Bradshaw being in the livery business. - From: Thief River Falls News, April 30, 1903. -Transcribed by James T. Paxton.
Obituary for Thomas Eugene Bradshaw: DEATH OVERTAKES FORMER RESIDENT CHEHALIS.
Nov. The death is reported at of Thomas Eugene Bradshaw a former resident of Chehalis.
He was a native of Wisconsin where he was born years ago. The family lived in this city many years prior to moving to Grays Harbor nine years ago.
Survivors are widow Mrs Jettie Bradshaw and his children, Mrs A. J. Anderson of Medford, Ore, Mrs J. R. King of Ore, Mrs N. J. Monterey, Miss Mildred Irene, Miss Juanita Bradshaw, E. R. Bradshaw of Cal, L. B. Bradshaw of California and Milton Bradshaw of Cosmopolis and two grandsons Jack of Alaska and Robert King of Ore.
Funeral services were held and burial was in the Fellows cemetery at Unit place.
From: Page 2 of Centralia Daily Chronicle, November 17, 1934. transcribed by James T. Paxton.
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