|Death: ||Jan. 29, 1783|
Gentleman, born at Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England the ninth child and sixth son of Elizabeth (Radcliff) and John Badley of Townsend. He married Phoebe Payton, only surviving child of Mary (ffidoe) and John Payton, Quakers of Dudley. They had two sons, John of Blowers Green and William Badley, Surgeon of Dudley. There are numerous parchment deeds of his land transactions in the archives at Dudley. He owned and operated colleries at Blowers Green and was a partner in the Dudley Arms Hotel. His real property all went to his elder son. He died at Blowers Green House, Blowers Green, Worcestershire, England and was laid to rest at Kingswinford. (bio by: David McJonathan-Swarm)
*this bio is still a work in progress*
*the quotations are all taken from a handwritten copy made at Grasmere, (Westmoreland) Cumbria, England by Louise MacArthur of "Reminiscences of The Badleys" written by cousin Mary, the eldest daughter of Dr. James Payton Badley when she interviewed Uncle Henry, her father's brother, at Insetton and from MEMORIES AND REFLECTIONS by J. H. Badley; London: George Allen & Unwin, 1955.
St Mary Churchyard
Created by: D C McJonathan-Swarm
Record added: May 19, 2004
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