|Birth: ||May 17, 1842|
|Death: ||Nov. 11, 1934|
Civil War Veteran
Father: Benjamin Franklin Bradley
Mother: Mary Ann Wright Bradley
Spouse: Amanda Stone
James Andrew Bradley, 92, died at his home near Minorsville, Sunday night, after a lingering illness.
Mr. Bradley is survived by one daughter, Miss Mary Belle Bradley, of Scott County, and one son, Robert Bradley, of Frankfort. He was preceded in death by daughter Stella R. Bradley.
Funeral services were held at the residence Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. I. W. Manley, of Georgetown, pastor of Long Lick Baptist Church. Burial was in the family burying ground.
Mr. Bradley was a Confederate veteran, having served under Gen. John Hunt Morgan.
James A. Bradley joined the Confederate States Army on October 6, 1862. He served as a Private in the (3rd) Co. E 5th Ky. Infantry. He was wounded twice, once at Chickamauga and once at Intrenchment Creek near Atlanta. He was captured and held a prisoner in the Federal Prison Camp Chase in Ohio. In Nov. 1863 his group joined the famous Orphan Brigade.
October 26, 1909 James Andrew Bradley sold one-acre of land to the Scott County Board of Education for the site of the Wash Schoolhouse located on the Plummer Pike.
"Confederate J.A. Bradley Served on Chickamauga Battlefield" - Ky. Explorer magazine Feb. 2004
The flag shown is the Orphan Brigade flag.
Benjamin Franklin Bradley (1815 - 1878)
Mary Ann Wright Bradley (1820 - 1899)
Amanda Stone Bradley (1853 - 1905)*
Stella R. Bradley (1874 - 1892)*
Robert Franklin Bradley (1875 - 1956)*
Mary Belle Bradley (1877 - 1941)*
Francis A. Bradley (1838 - 1861)*
Sarah Elizabeth Bradley James (1841 - 1935)*
James Andrew Bradley (1842 - 1934)
Richard C. Bradley (1844 - 1920)*
Tabitha Bradley (1854 - 1861)*
Bradley Family Cemetery
Created by: Frieda
Record added: Jul 05, 2013
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