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Obituary of William Henry Bradley

Terre Haute Star - Saturday, September 27, 1947, page 2 headstone

MARSHALL, Ill., Sept, 27.--(Special)--William Henry Bradley, 92 years old, died at 4:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of his son, Sam Bradley, on North Third street. Surviving, besides the son, are a daughter, Mrs. Robert Buckle of Martinsville, Ill., and two sisters, Mrs. Ella McNary of Auburn, Ill., and Mrs. Alice Pownsley of Kinsley, Kan. The body was taken to the Marrs Funeral Home where funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Burial will be in Auburn Cemetery.


Obituary of Louisa Alice Bradley

Terre Haute Tribune - May 13, 1946, page 3

WOMAN KILLED BY WALKING INTO AUTO

MARSHALL, Ill., May 13.--(Special)--Mrs. Lousia Alice Bradley, 81 years old, was killed Sunday evening when she walked into the side of an automobile on U. S. 40, five miles west of here.

The driver of the automobile, Dr. R. H. Cooper, a Martinsville, Ill., dentist, was absolved of blame in the accident. The age woman's death occurred in front of her home at Clark Center.

She is survived by her husband, Henry; one son, Sam of Marshall; one daughter, Mrs. Robert Buckle of Martinsville, Ill., and three brothers, Frank McNary of Marshall, Allen, of Humbolt, Ill., and Albert of Seelyville Ind. The body was taken to the Marrs Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with Rev. E. M. Wisely officiating. Burial will be in Auburn Cemetery.


Paris Daily Beacon - May 13, 1946

Marshall Woman Killed Sunday On U. S. Route 40

MARSHALL, Ill., May 13.--Funeral rites for Mrs. Louisa Alice Bradley, 81, who was killed at 5:30 o'clock Sunday evening when she walked into the side of a car on Highway 40, will be at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the Marrs funeral home, with Rev. E. N. Wiseley officiating. Burial will be at Auburn cemetery.

The accident occurred in front of Mrs. Bradley's home at Clark Center, five miles west of Marshall. The car was driven by Dr. R. H. Cooper, Martinsville dentist, who it is reported swerved his auto partially off the highway but could go no further because a woman and a small child were walking at the side of the pavement.

An inquest was conducted by Coroner Howard Swinford, the jury returning a verdict that death was accidental.

Mrs. Bradley is survived by her husband, Henry; one daughter, Mrs. Robert Buckle, Martinsville; one son, Sam of Marshall; and three brothers, Frank McNary of Marshall, Allen McNary of Humbolt, Ill.; and Albert McNary of Seeleyville, Ind.