Name: Hervey Bradford
Given Name: Hervey
Name: Hervy Bradford
Given Name: Hervy
Name: Henry Bradford
Given Name: Henry
Name: Hermas Bradford
Given Name: Hermas
Name: Herman Bradford
Given Name: Herman
Change Date: 2 SEP 2006
Birth: OCT 1854
_SDATE: 15 OCT 1854 in Cherokee Nation, Alfalfa County, Oaklohama USA
Death: 28 MAR 1902 in Vera, Knox County, Texas USA
Burial: Vera, Knox County, Texas USA
Note: Vera Cemetery
From: Web site Eddie Don Greschel
Compiled by by Eddie Don Greschel
Sources: 1) Carolyn Upchurch, "Corell"; 2) Neta Wheeler, "Oneta's Family"; 3) Eugene Ellison.
Married Nancy C. Morris (b. ab. 1854). According to Upchurch, they had Theodore b. ab. 1872, Garrett b. ab. 1874, Mack b. ab. 1876, Allie b. ab. 1878, and Frank b. ab. 1880. According to 1880 US Census, they had James G. (Garrett) b. ab. 1874, Mcduffie (Mack) b. ab. 1876, Almetty (Allie) b. ab. 1878, and Theodrick (Frank) b. ab. 1880. Nancy must've died about 1880.
Married Mary Jane Ballard. Children: Hermas Harvey, Florence b. 1890, Ollieb. 1891, Tom, Jesse Holloway Bradford b. 1899, and Allen Monroe Bradford. Compare 1900 U.S. census. They were living in Knox Co., TX, E.D. 44 (image 17). Two nieces lived with them. Also names seem to be slightly different for the children.
Listed in 1860 US Census in Wise Co., TX, Decatur P.O., June 24, image 38, with parents and siblings, as Hervey Bradford, 5, b. DO(?).
Listedin 1870 US Census in Precinct No. 3, Wise Co., TX, Decatur P.O., with parents and family, as Hervy H. Bradford: age 15, born Cherokee Nation.
Listed in 1880 US Census in Precinct No. 3, Wise Co., TX, with first wife and family, as Hervey H.: age 25, farmer, b. Indian Territory, father born VA, mother born MO.
Listed in 1900 US Census in Vera, Knox Co., TX, Precinct No. 3, ED 44, image 17, with second wife and family, as Hervy H. Bradford, head, age 45, b. Oct. 1854 or 1855, born in Indian Territory, father born ?, mother born Missouri. Unfortunately this image is very hard to read.
My mom and dad have a picture of Jessie Bradford's daughter and family. The daughter's name is Billie and she is married to a "Speed" Unknown. In the picture their children are: Gary 21, Linda 18, Rick 16, Judy 14, and Randy 11.
Father: William Henry Harrison Bradford b: 15 MAY 1824 in Cumberland County, Virginia USA
Mother: Elvira G Smith b: ab. 1832 in Missouri USA or Kentucky USA
Mary Jane Ballard b: 28 SEP 1864 in Throckmorton County, Texas USA
in Texas USA
- Ollie Stena Bradford b: 22 SEP 1891 in Vera, Knox County, Texas USA
- Hermas Harvey Bradford b: JUL 1896 in Texas USA
- Florence Bradford b: 5 JAN 1890 in Vera, Knox County, Texas USA
- Tom Bradford b: ab. 1894 in Texas USA
- Jesse Holloway Bradford b: 22 JAN 1899 in Vera, Knox County, Texas USA
- Allen Monroe Bradford b: ab. 1904 in Texas USA
- James Garrett Bradford b: ab. 1874 in Texas USA
- Mcduffie Bradford b: ab. 1876 in Texas USA
- Almetty Bradford Taylor b: ab. 1878 in Texas USA
- Theodrick Bradford b: ab. 1880 in Texas USA
- Abbrev: Family Archives of Monroe Family
Title: Web site Eddie Don Greschel
Compiled by by Eddie Don Greschel
Created on 09 Jun 2006
Source: Martha Irwin, "Genealogical Gleanings".
Pritchartt, "Pritchartt Family in America"
Diana Diamond, "Some Early Virginia Families"
- Abbrev: Family Archives of Hooper / Crosby / Bianchi and Related Families
Title: Twig, Tree & Treasure A Genealogical Sojourn
Bianchi's Twig, Tree & Treasure A Genealogical Sojourn
by Linda & Mike Bianchi, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The project started in earnest during the 1960's and has continued sporadically from then on with help by various family members and a lot of friends. Oral and documented family information was complied by Linda Bianchi nee Hooper and Barbara Hooper nee Crosby, later augmented with additions by Lee and Cathy nee Hooper Galloway. A special Thank You to Michele Yvonne Hayward Tate and her family and to Amy Holtgrewe Haertling and her family, for their generous help. The project continues to be updated and expanded by Linda and Mike Bianchi.
Not all of the source data is listed simply because the data is a compilation from many different sources, most which were family oral history records. Some data will have individuals or groups listed as the source of information. While these persons should be credited and are thanked for making significant contributions to this work, they should by no means be construed as being the only source for that particular data or as the only person to have worked on that line.