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Genealogical anecdotes of our ancestral families : Bradley, Bruton, Humphries, Lamer, Montgomery, Newsham, Williams

JoAnn Rork Williams
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Decatur, Illinois : J.R. Williams, 1986
[vi], 471 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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John Bradley (1822-1900) was the son of John Bradley and Ellen Ogen of Lancaster, England. He married Agnes Newsham in Preston in 1845. He had a twin brother, William who married Mary Zachary in Ormskirk in 1847. A sister Mary married Joseph Sandom of Macon County, Ill. The Bradley brothers and their families emigrated from England to St. Clair County, Illinois in 1848. Joseph Humphries(1702-1769) was the son of Joseph and Mary Humphries. His father (b.1680) was born in Middlesex Co., Va. Joseph married two times. First to Elizabeth Tignor, and second to Hanna Bearcraft. He was the father of eleven children. He died in 1769, in Northumberland County, Va. Ten generations of descendants are given. Descendants are located in Illinois, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and elsewhere.

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Includes Bruton, Humphries, Lamer, Montgomery, Newsham, Williams and other related families.

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