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  • ID: I16240
  • Name: William Larner II BRADSHAW
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  • Given Name: William Larner II
  • Surname: BRADSHAW
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  • Name: William Larner BRADSHAW
  • Given Name: William Larner
  • Surname: Bradshaw
  • Suffix: II 1
  • Name: William Larner BRADSHAW
  • Given Name: William Larner
  • Surname: BRADSHAW 1
  • Name: William Larner BRADSHAW
  • Given Name: William Larner
  • Surname: Bradshaw
  • Suffix: II 1
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: D1B5B47B04A11946A483B1ACE223241278CF
  • Change Date: 20 APR 2015
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    [072902-2000.ged]

    William and Susannah moved around quite a bit during their married life and owned land in a fe w counties in Virginia. All of their children we reborn in Virginia. They left Virginia and mo ved to North Carolina abo ut1778. He purchased land on in a few different places there also.

    Lincoln County, North Carolina D.Bk. 4, June 4, 1788:
    William Bradshaw of Lincoln Co. to Alexander Nelson of same, for Đ200, 100 ac. on W. side of C atawba River; borders point of ridge on said ri verbelow Wm. Bradshaw's clear land; include s a great bent in said rive r andsome improvements; part of 140 ac. granted May 15, 1772 to Fr anci s Beattyand sold July 24, 1775 by Hugh Beatty & Robt. Armstrong, execut ors forFrancis Bea tty, to Benjamin Cochran who sold April 24, 1776 to J ohnHenderson who sold Dec. 24, 1778 to W illiam Bradshaw.
    Signed, William Bradshaw
    Witness: John ?Turkefill?, David Alexander, Smith Alexander Rec. Oct.17 90, Bk. 16, pg. 1



    There is a Public Service Claim on file for him dated September 4, 1780 which states:
    Received of Mr. William Bradshaw, one bullock for Publick Use. Agreeabl eto an Act for providi ng a supply of provision & other necessities for t heuse of the Army. S'd Bullock was appraise d to Đ250.
    Records show him to have been a member of the 11th Militia.

    The census for 1790 list William as living in Lincoln County, NorthCaro lina and his househol d as consisting of three females and nine slavesb esides himself.

    The following court depositions are from the book "Overton County, Tenn essee Genealogic Record s", compiled by Edythe Rucker Whitley,

    Supreme Court Transcripts
    Original papers on file Tennessee State Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.



    Obediah Bradshaw & Others vs. William Beach and Others. 1823

    Overton County, Tennessee. Third Judicial Circuit Court. JohnThurman, S oloman Silcon (?), Simo n Huddleston, Benjamin Poore, John Ric---?, Jos hua Storie and Catherine Storie his wife and e tc.(Abstract offile). Me ntions a mill on Wolf River. Reference is made to Billy Beach.Refer s t o certain negroes -- Tom, Fanny, Solomon and others. Refers toJoseph Ev ans. One paper refe rs to going to North Carolina on business.Another p aper mentions Lewis Carlton in North Carol ina. One paper saysthat the f amily of William Beach consisted of six or seven children.Ther e is men tion of a place called Barksville, thirty-three miles from------(torn). Joshua Storie , Sr., on oath states he was acquainted withMr. Bradshaw b efore coming from North Carolina an d that he lived in thesame house wi th me two or three weeks, then I moved away and never seen him for abou t thirteen years,when I saw him at my son Joshua Stories, hedid not kno w me. Whe n I started away my son told him who I was and hecaught me in h is arms. Signed Joshua Storie . Witnessed by Jas. Whiteside,J. P. Catha rine Storie being sworn, age 44 years, says she ha d a longacquaintance w ith Mr. Bradshaw and his wife, as well as Beach. She knewthem twelve o r t hirteen years in North Carolina. She understood that Mr.Bradshaw when o n his death bed wa s 80 years of age. "Our conversation wastwelve or th irteen years ago. There was mention tha t Mr. Bradshawconveyed property t o Wm. Beach and Mrs. Bradshaw threatened to leave Mr.Bradsha w and that s he would and could not live apart from her daughter atthe time they wer e about mo ving to the farm bought from Mr. Storie. Mrs.Bradshaw said t hat she had but one child and sh e would not be parted byno man on eart h from her. Mrs. Bradshaw said she had never been marri edbefore she ma rried Mr. Bradshaw. Old Mr. Bradshaw said he had to pay taxboth in Tenn essee a nd North Carolina and that he was so hard of hearinghe did not w ant to pay tax and he alway s put the money in hands of BillyBeach for h im to settle it. About eleven or twelve years ag o the oldgentleman sai d that Billy had been down several times after his money andhe did no t k now what Billy done with it. Must spent it for Rum along withAbernathys b oys. He may hav e give it to his brother or drank it up. SaidWilliam Be ach has lived with and supported Brads haws wife. Mr. Bradshawsaid Bill y Beach lived on his place.. Mrs. Bradshaw said she had given William B eachs children some clothing both boys and girls for twentyyears and so me she intend ed for her daughter Mrs.Beach. Another time atMr. ?Brumbl etts?, Mrs. Bradshaw was getting som ething in the store andsaid it was s tuff to make bonnets for one of the girls and intended to get each of t he girls a white dress. She said most of the money Beachpaid was her mo ney. Sh e talked about money Beach owed old Mr. Storie"Signed, Catherin e Storie. J. Whiteside J. P. S worn to in Overton County,4 June 1819. D eposition of Joseph Evans in Overton County, 15 Feby , 1820.Joseph Evan s age 34 years, deposeth --- Was present at signing of bill ofsale betw ee n William Bradshaw and William Beach. Word came by boys "thatlived w ith me" to come down ther e. "I" went down to Beaches and saw JohnThurm an in the mill yard. He said "we" go up to the o ld house, aftergoing u p near the barn or house in the field he turned around to me andsaid -- - -"about to give bill of sale for three negroes from Bradshaw toBeach" W ent to the house an d stayed some time before Beach came there.Beach ha d the papers. "I cannot read so I handed i t to William Beach andhe rea d it." When it was read Mr. Bradshaw (hard of hearing) said "What is th is 420 pounds put in for I never received anything." Mr. Thurmanspoke u p "Something pu t in to make it good." The old man sat and saidnothing . William Beach spoke "Grandfather i f you arent willing dont doit." Th e old lady spoke "We are willing arent we honey." Then Mr.B radshaw sai d "I reckon so." The negroes were called and delivered. "Iwas well acqu ainted wit h Mr. Bradshaw." "He was nearly deaf and blind."William Beac h had lived at Hinds plantation . Bradshaw and Beach lived onthe same p lantation and on the place where also Mr. Dalton now l ives andthey mov ed on Thurmans place with exception Mr. Beach living a while atHinds pl antati on. Signed Jos. Evans.

    Simon Huddleston deposition. Age 57 years. Had an acquaintance with Mr. Bradshaw a short tim e when he first came to this country. I thought hi smental condition was impaired. It was by a ge. Mrs. Bradshaw and Beach were always present at transactions of the old man. Bradshaw live d onW olf on Thurman place. Wm. Beach lived on the same plantation. None ofth e Bradshaws child ren lived with him at that time. Mr. Bradshaw saidBea ch was his grandson. Signed Simon Huddle ston, Sworn Feb. 15, 1820Overt on County, Tenn. William Atkinson J. P.

    Deposition of Joseph McFarland taken in Sevier County, Tennessee at the house of Samuel Henr y 14 May 1821. Joseph McFarland, age 44 years. Hem entions being witness with Benjamin Poore t o Bill of Sale. WilliamBrad shaw to Wm. Beach for negroes. Also mentions land in North Carolin a.Th urman lived in Kentucky. "I went home and told my wife what hadhappened . I said I was sor ry I was there." Thurman proved the bill ofsale in O verton County. Signed Joseph McFarland . 14 May 1821 SamuelHenry. J. P .

    Deposition of Levy Hinds 1818 in Overton County and also of Nancy Hinds at house of William Ev ans in said county 17 Feby. 1820. Levy Hinds age 4 5years saith. "Acquainted with Bradshaw an d Beach about five years. Il ived between a half mile and three quarters. Beach had three or f ourhe ad of horses. I think some cattle. Mr. Bradshaw had two wagons, threeor f our horses an d cattle. Beach never lived with or took care of Mr.Brads haw that I know of. John Thurrman bo ught Bradshaws wagon in hislifetim e. Bradshaw or Beach owned no land that I know of." "Old Mr .Bradshaw s upported the negroes. I understand they came to this countytogether and l ived nea r each other until Mr. Bradshaw died and they livedon Thurman p lace when he died but they far med separately. None ofBradshaws childre n lived with him since my acquaintance." Signed LevyH inds.

    Nancy Hinds age 34 years deposeth -- "Mr. Beach moved across the river o nMcIver land. Thurma n offered to build a house for Mr. Beach on theopp osite side of the river and was afraid Mr . Thurman would not do it and they were sure of the place they had and she intended to stay o n it. I lived about one
    half mile from them three or four years while he lived on Thurman place and there died. Said B radshaw made a will in North Carolina -- not to h ermind -- He said he would never make anothe r." "Mrs. Bradshaw acted a s amid-wife. I expect that she was the only one in this country." S ign edNancy (X) Hinds.

    John R. Farmer, J. P. of White County. Samuel Renno sayeth - "WilliamBe ach and myself were i n conversation going to Monroe. The old man wassi ck at the time of transaction. I knew Beac h for several years. Beachan d the old woman told Mr. Bradshaw that Seth Bradshaw was coming t o tak ethe negroes off." Mentions Helms and West and their wives. "Beenacquai nted with Josep h Evans twenty years." Signed Saml. Reno.

    Overton County, deposition of Samuel Renno and Ann Renno, at house ofWi lliams in Overton Coun ty, 16 Feby. 1820. Samuel Renno age 47 years.Liv ed three or four miles from Wm. Beach. Genera lly get grinding at hismi ll. Signed by Samuel Reno. Ann Renno age 22 years. "I was living atP ol ly Taylors" Mentions William Johnston. "I said Grandfather what didBill y Beach give you fo r all your negroes" "Billy Beach never gave meanyth ing." "I heard her tell my mother if it we re not for her poor oldfathe r that he would of starved to death for he was too lazy to work f orher f or he done nothing but run about after one develment or another."etc. " I am the daught er of John West.": Signed Ann (X) Renno.

    Deposition in Overton County. Matthew Young. John Honeycutt. MaryHoneyc utt. Catharine Story . May 10, 1820. Matthew Young age 36 yearsdeposes. " Acquainted with Mr. Bradshaw at place whe re he died on Thurmansplantat ion on Wolf River about two years (in 15 and 16)" "Mr. Bradshawt old me t hat he was 88 the spring I moved here and then going on 89. Mr.Bradshaw s aid he had d one a great deal for Wm. Beach and he had not madeuse of i t. John West was one of the old man s sons-in-law and wife. Noneof Mr. B radshaws children lived with them or in the county." Sign edMatthew You ng. John Honeycutt, age 29 years, deposeth "Was acquaintedwith Mr. Brad shaw an d Beach ten or twelve years. Mr. Bradshaw purchased awagon from W illiam Dooling and another f rom a man named Hull. No familyof Bradshaw I k new but him and wife. I knew them both in Nort h Carolinaand in this st ate. None of Bradshaws children lived near him only one ofhis sons-in - law and daughter lived on same plantation one year orthereabout." Signe d John (X) Honeycutt.

    Mary Honeycutt age 43 years deposeth. "Was acquainted with Mr. Bradshaw and Beach thirteen o r fourteen years." Signed Mary (X) Honeycutt.

    Catharine Story, age 46 years, deposition, "She was with Mr. Bradshaw i nhis last sickness fiv e or six times 15th or 16th of April. two or thr eetime."
    Signed Catharine (X) Story.

    Overton County, Nov. 1, 1821. Depositions of John Westmoreland Junr. ag e28. Samuel Reno age 4 8. John Williams age 33 years, William Evans age 4 6years, Zachariah Enaes age 52 years.

    Samuel Reno said he was at Mr. Bradshaws when he purchased a piece ofla nd from John McIver. I t was witnessed by Mr. Bradshaw. Mr. Williamsmen tions John Denton and Obadiah Bradshaw in a s uit pending. Signed JohnW illiams.

    William Evans, deposeth, and Zachariah Ennes, deposeth that he was firs tacquainted with Willi am Bradshaw in Lincoln County North Carolina. He owned valuable land negroes and other propert y. Mr. Bradshaw moved toB irk County (Burk) in the settlement where I lived and lived sometime .H is first wife
    died on same plantation where he lived in Birk County. I was acquainted with Elizabeth Harpe r before she married Wm. Bradshaw. She was aneighb or. She was a single woman living at her fa thers house and was poorpeo ple, but had a little property, and my acquaintance still continue dunt il she inter-married with Wm. Bradshaw. I never knew her to be marriedb efore. Elizabeth H arper had one child before she married Mr. Bradshaw. I was acquainted with William Beach in Bi rk County, while he was a singl eman and when Beach first lived with his grandfather Bradshaw . Myknowl edge Bradshaw supported Beach. There was a great difference in theirage . Of Bradsha w and his wife. She had great influence over him; hadknown h im twenty five or thirty years. B each was between eighteen andtwenty t hen. "I am a son-in-law to one of the plaintiffs. I hear dBradshaw give h is land in Lincoln County North Carolina to two of hischildren. He gave a n eg ro boy to Seth Bradshaw. He gave a girl to WilliamBradshaw. He gave a n egro child to Field Br adshaw, a son-in-law. He soldafter he married th e second wife, a farm."

    Deposition of Joseph Evans 11 Dec. 1821 at house of Parker Young, Overt onCounty, 11 Decembe r 1821. Age 36 years, He explains regarding a note l eftat house of Lewis Carlton in Town of M organtown Burk County, NorthC arolina.

    William Beachs wife told me he was at Mr. Carter Daltons three miles.

    State of North Carolina, Burke County, deposition of William W. Erwin, E sqr. in town of Morgan town 4 May 1821. Stated. "Acquainted with Willia mBradshaw the elder, now deceased. Said Wm. B radshaw was married by th isdeponent to Miss Elizabeth Harper a maiden lady and sister of John Ha rper, that previous to her marriage with Wm. Bradshaw she had adaughter , which believe name d Prudence
    Harper, said Prudence married Wm. Beach the reputed grandson of Wm.Brad shaw the elder. Said W m. Beach and wife lived in the yard and on thepl antation of Wm. Bradshaw the elder and acte d as overseer or manager of said Wm. Bradshaw. The deponent sold to William Beach or Wm. Brads haw 1 00acres land adjoining Wm. Bradshaws plantation and said deponent madet itle to Wm. Beac h and Wm. Bradshaw paid said deponent for said land, t hesaid Wm. Beach being unable to pay fo r it. William Beach continued t olive with said Bradshaw for several years and said deponent w as in th ehouse several times and always supposed Wm. Beach was dependent on his grandfather Wi lliam Bradshaw for his subsistance. William Bradshaw the elder was a man of considerable prope rty, land, slaves, cattle, horses ,hogs. His wife, Mrs. Bradshaw appeared to have considerabl e influence over him (her husband Wm. Bradshaw) and this deponent believes sheinten ded to ves t the property of William Bradshaw her husband in to handsof h er daughter and son-in-law Wm . Beach. William Bradshaw the elderapplie d to him to prevent it. He believes this applicatio r made by thesons w ho lived in the neighborhood of William Bradshaw residence.Sometime bef or e William Bradshaw removed from Burk to Lincoln. Theopinion in the n eighborhood that Willia m Bradshaw was induced to movefrom Burke to Lin coln that his wife and her son-in-law Wm. Beac h mightmore easily manag e Wm. Bradshaw in obtaining transfer of property of saidWilliam Brads h aw old and infirm age between 80 and 90.
    Wm. Beach is a bad character. Signed Wm. W. Erwin. Sworn before JamesAv ery. J. P.

    Deposition of Robert Grarty (Grasty ?). He stated that he knew Bradshaw and Beach, also Mrs.Br adshaw. William Beach is a grandson of WilliamBr adshaw the elder. Had none or little propert y and lived with hisgrandf ather Wm. Bradshaw while in Burke. William Bradshaw the elder moved to L incoln County. There is mention of Josiah Bradshaw as a son ofWilliam. D iscovered Mrs. Br adshaw, wife of said William, endeavored toprevent he r husband from having any conversation w ith his son JosiahBradshaw. Pr evious to said William Bradshaw moving to Lincoln, Williamhappe ned at h is son Josiahs house where deponent heard Josiah ask hisfather why he d id not rent hi m and go among his
    children like he formerly did. The old man said he disliked to havedist urbance and if he wen t among his children as formerly and appearedfrie ndly to them he would have constant quarrell ing in his own house andge t no peace. Josiah told his father "no woman should have influenc e ove rhim as he supposed
    his wife to influence and govern him. Signed Robert (X) Grasty --4 May1 821.

    Burke County, NC deposition of Elizjah Largent, age 45 years and IsaacB each about 33 years o f age.
    Elijah Largen deposition at courthouse in Burke County, 5 May 1821.Stat ed that he was acquain ted with Wm. Bradshaw and his second wife,whose m aiden name was Elizabeth Harper and was acqu ainted with defendantsearl iest infancy until about three years ago and she was a woman ofinfa mou s character and had a Bastard or Base born child. She had littleor no p roperty before he r marriage. Knew William Bradshaw from marriageto Eli zabeth Harper who was at that time abou t 70 years old. She knew himeig ht or ten years before Wm. Bradshaw left the county. She kne w WilliamB each the grandson married Wm. Bradshaw etc. William Beach married theda ughter of Mr s. Bradshaw, wife of William Bradshaw the elder. WilliamBe ach was entirely destitute of prope rty and depended on his grandfather for support of himself and family. William Beach married M rs. Bradshaw sdaughter Prudence Harper. Mrs. Bradshaw asked deponent if she could ho ldall prop erty of William Bradshaw from his heirs and he told her that s hecould not. Soon after Willia m Bradshaw sold a large portion of hisne groes and moved out of Burke into Lincoln County wher e he lived forsev eral years. After which he moved to Wilkes County and this deponentwas a t th e house of said William Bradshaw while he lived in WilkesCounty, a t which place Mrs. Bradsha w informed this deponent that therewas a Bil l of sale or deed of gift of all negroes which sa id Wm. Bradshawposses sed made by her husband to William Beach, and asked numerousquestions a b out if William Beach could hold them or not. Said WilliamBradshaw mov ed to Tennessee and depo nent hearing of his death obtainedfrom Josiah B radshaw son of William a power of attorney an d a verbalpermission to T ennessee to make demand of five shears of said negroes tosaid Wm. Be ac h, who was then Administrator and he claimed as his own theproperty. Wi lliam Beach was tota lly destitute of the truth.

    Deposition of Isaac Beach, a brother of William Beach and William attim es had cattle, etc. an d he also knew William Bradshaw the elder.Signed I saac (x) Beach.
    North Carolina Wilkes County, Wm. Lenorr a J. P. 30 April 1821.Depositi ons of Lewis Carlton , Elizathe Carlton, Benjamin Beach, GeorgeHelm age nt forcomplainant.

    Lewis Carlton, Stated he knew William Bradshaw twelve or fifteen yearsa go. He purchased a tra ct of land from Joshua Story adjoining his ownla nd and settled there. They became friends. H e was there three or foury ears. William Beach came to live with him and on same tract of land .Be ach talked
    to him about getting Mr. Bradshaws property and Carlton advised a deed o fgift. "I moved Willi am Beech from Lincoln County to this neighborhood i nmy waggon and he had little property no t over forty or fifty dollars i nvalue. Saw William Bradshaws wife put arms about her husban d kiss and etc. in public
    places." At Rev. William Dodsons where they sat down to dinner, Mrs.Bra dshaw directed the pla te before Mr. Bradshaw be taken away and saidthe y had already eat together off of one plate.
    Elizabeth Carlton age 59 sworn, Benjamin Beech age 51 deposed "I am the eldest brother of Will iam Beech. We bread up and in same family until h ewas sixteen or seventeen years old except o ne or two years. Lived nea rhim when he was married. For last three or four years before he mo ved from neighborhood. William Beach had six or seven children.

    Character witnesses. Overton County, Tennessee. 11 Jany 1821. Depositio nsof Nancy Hinds age 3 5 years; Polly Latham age 21 years; John S. Will iamsage 34 years; Joseph Evans age 26 years ; Levy Hinds age 46 years; N ancyHinds 35 years; Jany Cilcock age 22 years; Peggy Storie age 1 7 yea rs;Solomon Silcock age 28 years; John Van Hooser age 56 years; Joshua S torieage 54 years ; Squire Angelea age 22 years; Robert Storie age 36 y ears;John S. Williams age 62 years; Rob ert Storie age 36 years; All sw orn inOverton County at house of Joshua Storie, Jan. 21, 1822.

    Nancy Hinds asked or said something about the Elizabeth Bradshaw at the hearing. Adam Huntsma n was the defendants council. Others who testifie d,Joseph Evans age 36 years; William Grimsle y age 59 years. He was pas torof the church. Said William Beach was a member of the Baptist or der . Theywere members of the same church. Isaac Denton age 54 years member o f samechurch an d he had the care of the church; Philip Smith, age 52 a m emberof the same church; Thomas Woo d age 43; Thomas Scott age 66 years ; ThomasScott stated that he knew him speaking of Bradshaw , about thir ty yearsand knew him when they lived in Burke County, North Carolina. T hey wereme mbers of the same church in North Carolina and in Overton Co unty,Tennessee.

    Joseph Poore age 48 years made a deposition. Others who made deposition swere Margery Poore ag e 43 years; Nelly Garrott age 39 years (knewBrad shaw about two years); Sally V. Hooser age 1 7 years; Susan Beach age17 y ears; James Cowan age 57 years; John V. Hooser age 57 years (fath erof S ally above); John S. Williams age 34 years; P. M. Miller was theattorne y for the defend ant. John McIver of Overton County, in hisdeposition s tated that he first knew Mr. Bradshaw a bout September 1816.He was abou t seven years old.

    Mr. William Fleming made a deposition in the town of Monroe 1820. Henry Reagan age 58 years; W m. Atkinson age 31 years; Benjamin Totten age 42 years; George Armstrong age 33 years; Willia m Fleming age 32 years, an dConrac Pile age 54 years, all gave depositions. Henry Reagan age 5 8ye ars, Joseph Evans age 36 years; Rachel West age 26 years (wasgranddaugh ter of Mr. Bradsha w in N.C.); Samuel Odle age 24 years; AbsalomGarrett a ge 47 years; Nancy Vanhooser age 45 yea rs; Henry Reagan age
    26 in January 1822; Benjamin Pooer was aged 49 years; Joseph Dunkin; Ja neJohnston. Seems mos t of these were people who resided in Overton Cou nty,Tennessee. Davidson Jones age 51 years . Joshua Storey was 53 years o fage. Joseph Duncan mentioned.

    Many descendents of William Bradshaw II still live in Burke County with varied surnames, but a ll are proud to recognize him as their forefathe r.

    2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1
  • Birth: JUN 1726
  • _SDATE: 15 JUN 1726 in Henrico County, Virginia 9 6 7 8 1
  • Birth: 1726
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1726 in Cumberland County, Virginia 6 8 1
  • Birth: 1728
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1728 in , , Henrico, Va 6 8 1
  • Death: 23 APR 1811 in Burke Co, NC 6 8 1
  • Death: 23 APR 1811 in Wolf River, Overton County, Tennessee 9 6 8 1
  • Death: 1811
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1811 in Burke County, North Carolina 6 8 1
  • Death: 23 AUG 1811 in Burke Co., N.c. 6 8 1
  • Ancestral File #: JFSF-N5 6 8 1



    Father: William Larner BRADSHAW b: 1690 in Henrico County, Virginia
    Mother: Judith (Juda) SCRUGGS b: BET 1692 AND 94 in Henrico County, Virginia

    Father: William BRADSHAW
    Mother: Judith SCRUGGS

    Marriage 1 Nancy Susannah (Suzanna) ROBINSON b: 1730 in Henrico or Goochland Co, Va
    • Married: ABT 1748 in Henrico County, Virginia 9 1
    • Married: ABT 1750 in Of Cumberland, , Virginia
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      # ID: I70465122
      # Name: William Larner BRADSHAW II
      # Given Name: William Larner
      # Surname: Bradshaw II
      # Sex: M
      # Birth: 1726 in Cumberland Co, Va
      # Death: Apr 23, 1811 in Burke Co, NC

      Father: William Larner BRADSHAW b: 1698-1700 in Henrico Co, Va
      Mother: Judith SCRUGGS

      Marriage 1 Susannah ROBINSON b: 1730 in Henrico or Goochland Co, Va

      Children

      1. Has Children Josiah BRADSHAW b: 1750
      2. Has Children Judith (2) BRADSHAW b: 1745 or 1759
      3. Has Children Seth BRADSHAW
      4. Has Children Isaiah BRADSHAW
      5. Has No Children Charles BRADSHAW
      6. Has Children Ursula BRADSHAW
      7. Has No Children Elijah BRADSHAW
      8. Has Children William BRADSHAW III b: 1747
      9. Has No Children Obadiah BRADSHAW b: bef 1755 in Goochland Co, Va
      10. Has No Children Rhonda BRADSHAW
      11. Has No Children Anna BRADSHAW

      source:
      http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:12 22245&id=I70465122

      added:
      06aug2008
      1
    • Married: ABT 1750 in Of Cumberland, , Virginia 8 1
    • Married: in Richmond City, VA.
    Children
    1. Has No Children William III BRADSHAW b: ABT 1748
    2. Has Children Josiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1750
    3. Has No Children Isaiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1755
    4. Has No Children William Seth BRADSHAW b: ABT 1744
    5. Has No Children Obadiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1755 in Haywood County, NC
    6. Has Children Judith BRADSHAW b: ABT 1759
    7. Has No Children Charles BRADSHAW b: ABT 1760 in Cumberland Co., Va
    8. Has No Children Ursula BRADSHAW b: ABT 1762 in Cumberland Co., Va
    9. Has No Children Anna BRADSHAW b: ABT 1764
    10. Has No Children Elijah BRADSHAW
    11. Has No Children Field BRADSHAW
    12. Has No Children James BRADSHAW
    13. Has Children Judith Ann BRADSHAW b: 1745 OR 1759 in Fluvanna Co., Va
    14. Has No Children Obediah - Obadiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1746 in Goochland Co, Va
    15. Has No Children William BRADSHAW b: 1747 in Goochland Co., Va
    16. Has No Children William Seth BRADSHAW b: ABT 1748 in Cumberland Co, Va
    17. Has Children Josiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1722 in Henrico County, Virginia
    18. Has No Children Charles BRADSHAW b: 1751 in , Cumberland, Virginia
    19. Has No Children Obediah BRADSHAW b: 1752 in , Cumberland, Virginia
    20. Has Children Ursula BRADSHAW b: 1754 in Cumberland Co, Va
    21. Has No Children Field BRADSHAW b: BEF 1755 in , Cumberland, Virginia
    22. Has Children Isaiah BRADSHAW b: 1755 in Cumberland Co., Va
    23. Has No Children William Seth BRADSHAW b: ABT 1755 in Fluvanna Co., Va
    24. Has Children Judith Ann BRADSHAW b: 1759 in Fluvanna Co., Va
    25. Has No Children Elizabeth BRADSHAW b: 1761 in , Cumberland, Virginia
    26. Has No Children James BRADSHAW b: 1763 in
    27. Has No Children Anna BRADSHAW b: 1764 in Giles County, TN (or VA)
    28. Has No Children Elijah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1765 in Giles County, TN (or VA)
    29. Has No Children Rhonda BRADSHAW b: 1768 in Giles County, TN (or VA)

    Marriage 2 Susannah ROBINSON b: 1730 in Henrico or Goochland Co, Va
      Children
      1. Has Children Josiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1722 in Henrico County, Virginia
      2. Has Children Judith Ann BRADSHAW b: 1745 OR 1759 in Fluvanna Co., Va
      3. Has No Children William Seth BRADSHAW b: ABT 1755 in Fluvanna Co., Va
      4. Has Children Isaiah BRADSHAW b: 1755 in Cumberland Co., Va
      5. Has Children Charles BRADSHAW b: 1719 in Henrico County, Virginia
      6. Has No Children Elijah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1765 in VA
      7. Has No Children William BRADSHAW b: 1747 in Goochland Co., Va
      8. Has No Children Obediah - Obadiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1746 in Goochland Co, Va
      9. Has No Children Rhonda BRADSHAW b: 1768 in Giles County, TN (or VA)
      10. Has No Children Anna BRADSHAW b: 1764 in Giles County, TN (or VA)
      11. Has Children Ursula BRADSHAW b: 1754 in Cumberland Co, Va

      Marriage 3 Nancy Susannah ROBINSON b: 1730 in Henrico County, Virginia
      • Note:
        [072902-2000.ged]

        Many of their descendents moved to Tennessee, Kentucky and states farth erwest
      • Married: ABT 1748 in Henrico County, Virginia 9 7 8 1
      Children
      1. Has No Children Rhonda BRADSHAW b: 1768 in Giles County, TN (or VA)
      2. Has No Children Elijah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1765 in VA
      3. Has No Children William BRADSHAW b: 1747 in Goochland Co., Va
      4. Has Children Josiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1722 in Henrico County, Virginia
      5. Has Children Isaiah BRADSHAW b: 1755 in Cumberland Co., Va
      6. Has No Children Obediah BRADSHAW b: 1755 in Haywood County, North Carolina
      7. Has Children Judith Ann BRADSHAW b: 1759 in Fluvanna Co., Va
      8. Has No Children Charles BRADSHAW b: 1751 in , Cumberland, Virginia
      9. Has Children Ursula BRADSHAW b: 1754 in Cumberland Co, Va
      10. Has No Children Anna BRADSHAW b: 1764 in Giles County, TN (or VA)
      11. Has No Children Obediah - Obadiah BRADSHAW b: ABT 1746 in Goochland Co, Va
      12. Has No Children William Seth BRADSHAW b: ABT 1755 in Fluvanna Co., Va
      13. Has No Children James BRADSHAW b: 1763 in
      14. Has No Children Rhoda BRADSHAW b: 1768 in VA

      Marriage 4 Elizabeth HARPER b: ABT 1668 in Henrico Co, Va
      • Married: 1805 9 7 8 1
      Children
      1. Has No Children William Seth BRADSHAW b: ABT 1755 in Fluvanna Co., Va
      2. Has Children Fielding "Field" BRADSHAW b: ABT 1717 in Henrico County, Virginia
      3. Has No Children Elizabeth BRADSHAW b: WFT Est. 1747-1773

      Sources:
      1. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 14 Mar 2014 - CAA's GEDCOM backup - hard drive
        Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddriv e - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Import ed on 14 Mar 2014.
      2. Abbrev: Internet Notes
        Title: Internet Notes
        Note:
        Source Media Type: Other

        ABBR Internet Notes

        NS32733
        Repository:

          Repository:

            Page: Volume 15, Page 299
          • Abbrev: Henrico and Cumberland Counties, Virginia
            Title: Henrico and Cumberland Counties, Virginia
            Note:
            ABBR Henrico and Cumberland Counties, Virginia
            Page: Records in Courthouse
          • Abbrev: Families by Carrie Bradshaw Bolin: North Carolina
            Title: Families by Carrie Bradshaw Bolin: North Carolina Archives, Raleigh, No rthCarolinarthCarolinarthCarolinarthCarolina.
            Note:
            ABBR Families by Carrie Bradshaw Bolin: North Carolina Archives, Raleig h,North Carolina
          • Abbrev: Ancestral File (R)
            Title: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Co pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987 , June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)pyright (c) 1987, June 1998, dat a as of 5 January 1998.
            Repository:
              Name: Family History Library
              Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA

            Repository:
              Name: Family History Library
              Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA
          • Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 23 Sep 2009 - CAA's GEDCOM Backup file - hard drive
            Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AU G 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
          • Abbrev: v79t1422.ftw
            Title: v79t1422.ftw
            Note:
            Source Media Type: Other
            Repository:

              Repository:
              • Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 30 Apr 2005
                Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
              • Abbrev: Internet Notes
                Title: Internet Notes
                Note:
                Source Media Type: Other

                ABBR Internet Notes

                NS32733
                Repository:

                  Repository:
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