Person:Leonard Bradley (2)

Leonard Keeling Bradley
m. ABT 1754
  1. Leonard Keeling Bradley1756 - 1834
  2. Molly Rebia Bradley1757 -
  3. Richard Bradley, Sr.1758 - 1826
  4. Edward R Bradley1760 -
  5. John BRADLEY1763 -
  6. Watson BradleyAFT 1763 -
  7. Elizabeth Winn BradleyAFT 1763 -
  8. Joseph Carmichael BradleyAFT 1763 -
  9. Matthew Bradley1769 -
m. 20 Jun 1785
  1. Terry Joseph Bradley1786 - 1862
  2. Elizabeth BRADLEY1787 - 1819
  3. Samuel Boone Bradley1790 -
  4. Thomas Loeni Bradley1792 - 1853
  5. Keeling BRADLEY1794 -
  6. Edward R. Bradley1797 -
  7. Levi Day BRADLEY1799 -
  8. Squire Boone BRADLEY1801 -
  9. Milton BRADLEY1803 -
  10. Newton BRADLEY1805 - 1805
  11. Lura BRADLEY1806 -
  12. Calvin BRADLEY1811 -
Facts and Events
Name Leonard Keeling Bradley
Gender Male
Birth? 24 Apr 1756 Surry, North Carolina, United StatesSt. Jude
Alt Birth? 24 Apr 1756 Missouri, United States
Alt Birth[2] 24 Apr 1756 Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Marriage 20 Jun 1785 Fayette,,KYto Mary Polly Boone
Alt Marriage 20 Jun 1785 in Boones Station,Fayette,KY,USAto Mary Polly Boone
Death? 3 Dec 1834 Moberly, Randolph, Missouri, United States
Burial? Randolph, Missouri, United States

Leonard Bradley served in the American Revolutionary War as a lieutenant under Captains Goode, Jones, Lewis, Marin, Lowman, Smith and under Cols. Williams, Lyle and Claxton. [3]


References
  1.   Abercrombie, Janice Luck, and Richard Slatten. Virginia Revolutionary publick [sic] claims. (Athens, Georgia: Iberian Publishing Company, c1992).
  2. Soldiers of the American Revolution: who at one time were residents of, or whose graves are located in Chautauqua County, New York. (unknown: unknown, 1925).
  3. DAR file #A013534