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Nottingham
Harry Bradley was the eldest son of Henry and Sarah Ann Bradley. Their other children included: Lilly (b.1878), Arthur (b.1881), Kate (b.1887) and Ernest James (b.1889). The family home was 9 Herbert Street, New Basford [C.1881]; 76 Gawthorne Street, Basford [C.1891]; 88 Birkin Avenue, Hyson Green [C.1901]; 11 Mozart Street, Nottingham [C.1911]. Henry Bradley was employed as a ‘letter carrier.’ He died in Nottingham aged 78 in 1925. His wife, Sarah Ann, died in 1929 aged 73. Harry Bradley married Rose Olive Saunt in Nottingham in 1898. They had three children: Lily May (b.1899), John (b.1902) and Harry (b.1913). Harry and Rose Bradley lived at 79 Bridlington Street, Hyson Green [C.1901]; 94 Hazelwood Road, Hyson Green [C.1911]; and later at 52 Berridge Road Forest. In 1918 his widow married George M. Bowles. She died in Nottingham aged 65 in 1944.
He was employed as a postman.
26 Sep 1917
842675 - CWGC Website
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Private
2/6th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Pte. Bradley was called up for service and attested in Nottingham. Following training he was drafted to France. He was a stretcher bearer during the Third Battle of Ypres and was killed in action. His body was never recovered, but his name was commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
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