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Thomas Bradley (1752-1833)

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Thomas Bradley (c1752-1833)

1814 July. Wife died. Aged 61. Wife of Thomas Bradley, of Halifax, engineer.[1]

1820 Thomas Bradley of Halifax, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[2]

1833 February 4th. Death of Thomas Bradley age 81, Civil Engineer to the Calder and Hebble Navigation, a position he has held of upwards of 40 years.[3] [4]

1834 Marriage of his grandson, Thomas Bradley, Woolstapler. He was the son of Thomas Bradley, Architect.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leeds Mercury - Saturday 23 July 1814
  2. 1820 Institution of Civil Engineers
  3. Leeds Patriot and Yorkshire Advertiser - Saturday 09 February 1833
  4. Preston Chronicle - Saturday 23 February 1833
  5. Leeds Times - Saturday 18 January 1834