Jenet <I>Nicol</I> Bradbury

Jenet Nicol Bradbury

Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland
Death 22 Apr 1890 (aged 53)
Malad City, Oneida County, Idaho, USA
Burial Malad City, Oneida County, Idaho, USA
Memorial ID 33950890 · View Source
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Born in the Hamlet of Lockgally. Daughter of Elizabeth Dryber (Dryburgh) and Thomas III Nicol.

Married: (1) Hugh Moon, 11 June 1854 at Salt Lake City, SL, Utah. They had eleven children before his death in 1870.

Hugh is buried at Oneida County Burial Site. He was a polygamist already married to Maria Emeline Mott and also married Elizabeth Kemmish on the same day as Jennette.

Jennett married (2) Fred Stockfled 16 June 1872. They had one daughter, Ann Jeanette Stockfled, who was born 12 March 1873 at Oneida County, Idaho. Ann later married Nathaniel Robertson of Portage, Box Elder, Utah.
Stockfled's criminal record had spanned the period during January of 1868 through May of 1874. Numerous confinements for "larceny" evidently left his family in dire straits because on 25 May, 1874 the following pardon was issued:

25 May 1874 Pardon [photocopy with right edge cut off]
The Governor of the Territory of Utah to Fred Stockfled now a convict in the Territorial Penitentiary and to all others to whom this may come Greetings
Know ye that application having been made to me for the Pardon of Fred Stockfled convicted of Larceny and it appearing [] has a family consisting of one wife and [] children who are destitute and in great [] of the labor of the said Fred Stockfled for support, and believing that the punishment already inflicted is sufficient to answer of the law and that humanity requires said Convict should be restored to his []
Now therefore I Geo C Woods Go[] the Territory by virtue of the authority invested to the ind that justice may be give and grant unto him the said Fred [] a full pardon. And I call upon the Warden of the Penitentiary and upon his deputies that this my warrant is carried into effect and herein fail not
In testimony whereof I have herewith [] hand and caused the Seal of the [] be affixed. Done at Salt Lake [] the 25th day of May 1874.
Geo L Wood[]
Governor of []

In December of the same year, the following news report was published at Salt Lake City:

The Salt Lake Daily Herald
December 18, 1874
Heavy Dose.
Fred Stockfled is one of the oldest wrongful appropriators of other people's goods in the country. In numerable times has he been sent up to the city jail and penitentiary for practicing his proclivity of thieving; and now he has just entered on another term of ninety days. On Tuesday night he broke into Curtis' tent store; and on Wednesday he stole a quantity of raisins, candy and other sweetmeats and small merchandise from a wagon belonging to a country family. Yesterday Justice Pyper sent Stockfled up for the above offenses respectively, twenty-five days and fifty days, and piled on the top of the other sentences fifteen days more for contempt of court.

An infant son is recorded as being born to her and Stockfled at Henderson Creek, Oneida, Idaho and died about 1875. They were divorced sometime leading up to this period.

Jennette married (3) William Bradbury, 1883; it is recorded in her history that they "had one child born to them, which died at birth".

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  • Find a Grave Memorial 33950890
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Jenet Nicol Bradbury (15 Apr 1837–22 Apr 1890), Find a Grave Memorial no. 33950890, citing Malad City Cemetery, Malad City, Oneida County, Idaho, USA ; Maintained by history4sure (contributor 46997739) .