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Family Tree of Sgt. James Bradshaw of Hillsborough

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Family of Sgt. James Bradshaw & Jane Norwood, Ann McCarroll

of Hillsborough, Co. Down

       

04-Sep-11

Husband

James Bradshaw

Sgt. of Hillsborough Castle Guard, Baker & Inn Keeper

Reference

Born:

Abt. 1760

   

Died:

18 November 1820

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

Buried:

 

Bradshaw Family Vault, Hillsborough Parish Churchyard

Family Vault

Father:

Unknown

   

Mother:

Unknown

   

First Wife

Jane Norwood

   

Born:

Abt. 1760

 

See Note

Married:

Abt. 1782

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

Died:

 

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

Buried:

 

Bradshaw Vault, Hillsborough Parish Churchyard

Family Vault

Father:

     

Mother:

     

Second Wife

Ann McCardle

 (widow, formerly McCarroll)

 

Born:

Abt. 1760

 

See Note

Married:

Abt. 1812

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

Died:

     

Buried:

     

Father:

     

Mother:

     

Spouse: 1

Mr. McCardle

   

Children of 

Jane Norwood

   
 

Name

James Hill Bradshaw

Lieut in Lwr Iveagh Yeomanry Infantry,

See Notes

 

Baptised:

05 February 1783

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

PRONI-mic1/62A/1

1

Married:

08 July 1806

Diocese of Down, Connor & Dromore

PRONI: D/671/08/8/37

 

Died:

16 February 1813

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 
 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse:

Margaret McPherson

ors Wright, (1778-1833), Hillsborough

NAI-WW36

 

Name

Margaret Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

12 December 1784 (3 wks)

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

PRONI-mic1/62A/1

2

Married:

22 May 1803

By Licence -Parish of Hillsborough, Co. Down

 
 

Died:

27 March 1847

Edenderry, Co. Offaly

Family Record

 

Buried:

 

Castro Petre Churchyard, Edenderry, Co. Offaly

Grave

 

Spouse:

Thomas Murray

Agent for Downshire's Estate, Edenderry, Co. Offaly

 
 

Name

John Slade Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

12 February 1786  (4 wks)

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

PRONI-mic1/62A/1

3

Married:

     
 

Died:

     
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

Hercules Hill Bradshaw

Brewer, Magistrate

 
 

Baptised:

11 March 1787

(3 wks old)

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

PRONI - mic 1/62A/1

4

Married:

Abt. 1808

   
 

Died:

26 March 1863

Culcavy Cottage, Culcavy, Blaris, Co. Down

 
 

Buried:

 

Bradshaw Vault, Hillsborough Parish Churchyard

Family Vault

 

Spouse:

Barbara

(possibly Wickham)  
 

Name

Jane Conoor Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

13 February 1791 (6 wks)

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

PRONI - mic 1/62A/1

5

Married:

22 June 1816

Parish of Hillsborough, Co. Down

 
 

Died:

     
 

Spouse:

Henry Murray

Surveyor, Downshire Estates

 
 

Name

Mary Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

Abt. 1793

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

6

Married:

Bef. 1840

   
 

Died:

     
 

Buried:

1847

St Mary's Church of Ireland Cemetery, Blessington, Wicklow

 
 

Spouse:

John Murray

Land Agent, Downshire Estates Co. Wicklow

 
 

Name

Sophie Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

Abt. 1795

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

7

Married:

14 July 1821

Diocese of Down, Connor & Dromore

 
 

Died:

     
 

Spouse:

George Grimwood

   

Notes:

 

Kilwarlin Estate Records of Ballycarrongannon, Parish of Castlereagh - PRONI D671/A1/28.  Sept 1742, Plot 1 John Norwood, Plot 2 William Norwood.  It is possible that Jane Norwood came from this area.

 

Was James Hill Bradshaw the son of Sgt James Bradshaw & Jane Norwood?

James Hill Bradshaw, (c. 1780 - 1813). In her book "Bradshaw and Allied Families" Susan Wright records the name of the first born son of Sgt. James Bradshaw as James or Hercules Hill Bradshaw.  Hillsborough Church record clearly states that his name was Hercules Hill Bradshaw.  Unfortunately there is no birth record to substantiate Susan Wright's "also known as" name of James Hill Bradshaw.  However, there are circumstantial records that would support Susan Wright's position.

 

18 November 1820, Sergeant James Bradshaw died - reference Will.  Not knowing his marriage date and assuming that his first child was born 1783, Sergeant James would have been born about 1760.  

 

1 October 1792, Sergeant James Bradshaw has taken "Corporation Arms", Hillsborough (Pub/Inn)

 

9 -13 July 1795, Mr. Bradshaw, Hillsborough, Corporation Arms; Notice about Hillsborough Races  Corporation Arms, Hillsborough. 

"Bradshaw begs leave to inform the Nobility & Gentry that the races at Hillsborough commence on Monday ...... during which there will be ordinaries for ladies and gentlemen and balls in the evening" Reference: Northern Star newspaper indexes 1792-1797 

 

 

Comments

 

Was the position of Sergeant at Hillsborough Castle a part-time/honorary post and why in 1783, was Sergeant James’ occupation listed as a baker An earlier birth date of 1750 for Sgt. James would be a better fit with attaining the rank of sergeant and subsequently becoming a baker by 1783.  Also, 1750 makes it possible for James & Jane to have other children prior to 1783.  If this was the case,then, James Hill Bradshaw would be the brother of Hercules - John Foster’s uncle.  Why would Hercules Hill Bradshaw assumed guardianship of James Foster if there was no close family relationship.

 

If James Hill Bradshaw was same age as Margaret, then he is unlikely to be the brother of Sergeant James by reason of the same

Christian name of James – If cousins at best, then again why would Hercules act as his guardian?

 

 

The most likely conclusion is that James Hill Bradshaw was the son of Sgt. James Bradshaw and Jane Norwood.

 

Children of

Ann McCardle

 (nee McCarroll)

 

 

Name

Mary (Edith) Bradshaw

 

 

 

Baptised:

27 June 1813 (4 days old

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

PRONI - mic 1/62A/1

1

Married:

11 January 1834

Dromore Cathedral Church, Co. Down

Family Record

 

Address:

1846

Arrived in Canada

Family Record

 

Died:

1890

Luther Township, Ontario, Canada

Family Record

 

Buried:

1890

Walker's Cemetery, Proten Township, Gray County, Ontario

Family Record

 

Spouse:

William McCloughan

(1807-75), son of William McCloughan Dromore, Co. Down

Family Record

 

Name

Hill Bradshaw

 

 

 

Born:

Abt. 1819

 

 

2

Died:

27 January 1826 (6 yrs)

Hillsborough, Co. Down

PRONI - mic 1/63

 

Buried:

 

Hillsborough Parish Church, Co. Down

PRONI - mic 1/62A

 

Spouse:

 

 

 

 

Name

James Bradshaw

 

 

 

Born:

 

Carnreagh, Hillsborough, Co Down, Ireland

 

3

Married:

03 November 1845

Cathedral Church Lisburn, Co. Antrim

NAI - 6/487

 

Died:

 

 

 

 

Spouse:

Margaret Greer

Ballykeel-Edenagonnel, Co. Down

 

Notes: Sgt. James Bradshaw

 

Belfast Linenhall Library – Blackwood Pedigree

 

Family Tree of James Bradshaw & Jane Norwood

“Jas Bradsdaw had 3 reputed children to Ann McCardle al(ia)s McCarroll  ……….

Dau Mary m W. McCloughan  ……….. of full age in 1835.

Son Hill Bradshaw d before 1835

& died in W………….   …………….. 31 Dec 1835”

 

 

Notes: William McLuhan & Mary Edith Bradshaw

 

William McLuhan (1807-1875) migrated to Canada with his wife Mary Edith Bradshaw (1813-1890) in 1846. They travelled with her nephew James Foster Bradshaw (1808-1863), son of James Hill Bradshaw, Mary Edith’s half brother.  The spelling of McCloughan appeared to have changed sometime in Canada. William and James don’t appear to have stuck together once they got to Canada. William & Mary settled in Ontario and James ended up in Quebec working for Bank of Upper Canada.

 

The above family records are shown by kind permission of Stuart MacKay, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  Stuart is a descendant of William McLuhan & Mary Edith Bradshaw and would welcome hearing from other members of this family - stu_jude@telus.net

 

 

Notes: James Bradshaw & Margaret Greer

 

James and Margaret's first son was born on 26 November 1846 and named James Hill Bradshaw

 

 

 

 

 

Marie Edith Bradshaw McLuhan

Photograph by kind permission of Stuart MacKay

 

 

National Archives of Ireland - Marriage Record

 

James Bradshaw & Margaret Greer

 

District of

Lisburn

Reference

NAI - 6/487 & PRONI T679/107

Date

3 November 1845

Groom

James Bradshaw, Weaver, Carnreagh

Age

 Full

Condition

Bachelor

Groom's Father

James Bradshaw, Inn Keeper

Bride

Margaret Greer, Ballykeel- Edenagonnel

Age

Full

Condition

Spinster

Bride's Father

Thomas Greer, Farmer

Location

The Cathedral Lisburn

Religion

United Church of England & Ireland

Witnesses

William Fletcher & William J Hall

 

 

 


 

 

 

Family of Hercules Hill & Barbara Bradshaw

of Culcavy, Blaris, Co. Down

       

02 Nov 2008

Husband

Hercules Hill Bradshaw

Brewer, Magistrate

 Reference

Baptised

11 March 1787

Hillsborough Parish Church

 

Married:

Abt. 1808

   

Died:

26 March 1863

Culcavy Cottage, Culcavy, Co. Down

PRONI - mic 1/63/v9

Buried:

 

Hillsborough Parish Church Graveyard

Family Vault

Father:

Sgt. James Bradshaw

Inn Keeper, Hillsborough

 

Mother:

Jane Norwood

   

Wife

Barbara

   

Born:

Abt. 1785

   

Died:

05 August 1855

Culcavy Cottage, Culcavy, Co. Down

PRONI - mic 1/63/v9

Buried:

 

Hillsborough Parish Church Graveyard

Family Vault

Father:

     

Mother:

     

Children

     
 

Name

Jane Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

Abt. 1810

   

 

Married: 1

28 September 1831

Rathgar, Dublin, Co. Dublin

Blackwood Pedigrees

1

Married: 2

24 February 1847 Banbridge Presbyterian Church UHF
 

Died:

     
 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse: 1

John Nesbit Moorhead, M. D.

son of  Rev. William Moorhead, Loughaghery

Family Record

 

Spouse:2

Thomas Patterson, Probationer son of John Patterson, Farmer Marriage Record
 

Name

Anne Bradshaw

   
 

Baptised:

Abt. 1813

   

2

Married:

15 February 1840

Cathedral Church Lisburn, Lisburn, Co. Antrim

PRONI - T679/107

 

Died:

11 November 1875

Wellington Place, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Family record

 

Buried:

November 1875

Hillsborough Parish Church Graveyard

Family Vault

 

Spouse:

John Laird Gaussen M. D.

Died 22 Feb 1891,

 

Notes: Hercules Bradshaw

 

8 October 1816.  ".. by Hercules Bradshaw receipt as Treasurer of the Lancastrian School, your your Lordship and Lady Downshire subscription for year 1816, £11.07.06.

 

1820-29, Hercules Bradshaw is recorded in Royal Belfast Academic Institution, Belfast School Records as parent/guardian of James Foster Bradshaw. PRONI Reference - SCH/524/1A/1

 

In 1826, Hercules Hill Bradshaw, built The Hillsborough Distillery on land leased from The Marquise of Downshire.  The distillery operated until the time of his death, about twenty years ago, by Mr. Hercules Bradshaw; a celebrated man of the turf and the owner of Barbarian, once a favourite for the Derby. A short time after the demise of Mr. Bradshaw the distillery was acquired by a Limited Liability Company and changed into a woollen factory.
 

1837 Hillsborough Charitable Society - “Moved by W.E. Reilly Esq. and seconded by Lieutenant Clark, that the following gentlemen be requested  to act as the committee of management for the ensuing year: Hercules Bradshaw Esq.  Mr J F Bradshaw.”

Book Reference -  Memoirs of Ireland, Parishes of County Down III, 1833 - 38, Page 102 - 1837

 

1862 Bradshaw, Hercules, Hillsborough, Co. Down - Magistrates listed in the Antrim County Directory 1862

 

Hercules Bradshaw leased large acreages of Land - Kilwarlin Estate & Freeholders

 

 

Notes: Jane Bradshaw & John Nesbit Moorhead

 

According to family sources, Jane Bradshaw married John Nesbit Moorhead, son of Rev. William Moorhead, minister of Loughaghery Presbyterian Church, Annahilt (near Hillsborough).  John Nesbit Moorhead was a medical doctor who died on 12 Jan 1846 aged 47 years and was buried in Loughaghery Presbyterian graveyard

 

Simonne Waud, who lives in London, England is a descendant of John & Jane Moorhead and would welcome making contact with other members of this family - simonne.waud@virgin.net

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Family of James Foster Bradshaw & Myrha Turner Lewis

of Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

 

 

 

02-Nov-08

Husband

James Foster Bradshaw

Gentleman Brewer, Banker

 Reference

Born:

1808

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

Baptised:

10 June 1808 (51 days old)

Hillsborough Parish Church

PRONI - mic 1/62A

Married:

1831

Diocese of Down, Connor & Dromore

PRONI - D/671/D8/8/109

Died:

1863

Quebec Canada

Family Record 

Buried:

   

 

Father:

James Hill Bradshaw

Lieut in Lower Iveagh Yeomanry Infantry, Hillsborough

Belfast Linenhall Library

Mother:

Margaret Wright

Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

Wife

Myrha Turner Lewis

 

 

Born:

13 October 1810

 

 

Died:

 

 Quebec, Canada

 

Buried:

 

 

 

Father:

James Lewis

 

 

Mother:

 

 

 

Children

 

 

 

 

Name

Myrha Harriet Bradshaw

 

 

 

Born:

  Hillsborough, Co. Down  

 

Baptised:

07 July 1833

Hillsborough Parish Church

PRONI - mic 1/63/v7

1

Married:

 

 

 

 

Died:

 

 

 

 

Buried:

 

 

 

 

Spouse:

 Francis William Gowen Austin

 

 

 

Name

James Hill Bradshaw

Lieut in 52nd Light Infantry

 

 

Born:

21 August 1834 Hillsborough, Co. Down  

 

Baptised:

16 September 1834

Hillsborough Parish Church

PRONI - mic 1/63/v7

2

Married:

Bachelor

 

 

 

Died:

14 September 1857

Delhi, India

 

 

Buried:

 

 Graveyard of the Cantonment, Delhi, India

Col. Campbell's Letter

 

Spouse:

 None

 

 

 

Name

Elizabeth Maria Bradshaw

 

 

 

Born:

  Hillsborough, Co. Down  

 

Baptised:

18 February 1836

Hillsborough Parish Church

PRONI - mic 1/63/v7

3

Married:

 

 

 

 

Died:

 

 

 

 

Spouse:

 

 

 

 

Name

James Lewis Bradshaw

 Capt. 80th Foot Regiment

National Archive Kew
 

Born:

19 July 1837 Hillsborough, Co. Down National Archive Kew

 

Baptised:

24 September 1837

Hillsborough Parish Church

 
 

Address:

1857 - 1874 9th & 80th Regiment of Foot National Archive Kew

4

Married:

 

 

 
 

Address

1871 (33 yrs) Hartley Witney, Farnborough, Hampshire E & W Census

 

Died:

 

 

 

 

Spouse:

Wilhelimena Emma (24 yrs)

 born, London Canada

E & W Census

 

Name

Maria Sophie Bradshaw    

 

Born:

abt. 1840 Hillsborough, Co. Down Marriage Record

5

Married:

26 April 1876 (36 yrs) Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Nova Scotia Records

 

Died:

05 May 1912   Family Record

 

Spouse:

Archdeacon James Albert Kaulbach, son of Col. Henry, Albert Kaulbach Family Record
 

Name

Julia Alice Bradshaw    
 

Born:

  Hillsborough, Co. Down  

6

Married:

09 November 1871   Family Record
 

Died:

02 August 1872 Bangor, Co. Down Family Record
 

Spouse:

Rev. Alfred John Townend

(1839-1911)

 

Family Record

 

Name

Emma Katherine Bradshaw

   

 

Born:

  Hillsborough, Co. Down  

7

Married:

12 December 1872

 

The Peerage

 

Died:

23 October 1911

Southsea District, Portsmouth, England

Canadian Biography

 

Spouse:

Frances Blake Crofton

(1842-1911)

Son of Rev. William Crofton & Melesina Woodward

The Peerage

 

Name

Florence Margaret Bradshaw

 Sixth daughter

Armorial Families

 

Born:

abt. 1850 Hillsborough, Co. Down

 

8

Married:

10 December 1877

 

Armorial Families

 

Died:

03 April 1918 (67 yrs)

 Bitterely, Shropshire, England

 Church Memorial

 

Spouse:

Henry Talbot Walcot

 son of Cecil & Margery Kate Walcot

Armorial Families

 

Name

Robert Conner Bradshaw    
 

Born:

abt. 1855    
9

Married:

     
 

Died:

1910    
 

Spouse:

Sylvia Leah Kemkes    

Notes: James Foster Bradshaw

 

8 July 1806 at Hillsborough, James Hill Bradshaw married Margaret McPherson (Widow, ors Wright aged 38 yrs)

 

10 June 1808, birth of James Foster Bradshaw, son of James Hill Bradshaw & Margaret Wright

 

16 February 1813 Hillsborough, death record of James Hill Bradshaw, Lieutenant, Lower Inveagh Yeomanry Infantry

 

1820-29, Hercules Bradshaw is recorded in Royal Belfast Academic Institution, Belfast School Records as parent/guardian of James Foster Bradshaw. PRONI Reference - SCH/524/1A/1

 

1824, Margaret Bradshaw is recorded as a grocer with timber & iron stores in Hillsborough.

 

17 March 1832, Conveyance - Margaret Bradshaw to James Foster Bradshaw  .... by a certain deed of marriage settlement bearing date the  eight day of July 1806 between James Hill Bradshaw since deceased of the first part the said Margaret Bradshaw then

Margaret McPherson party have to  ........... to the said Margaret Bradshaw to her son James Foster Bradshaw ...... first son of James Hill Bradshaw and Margaret Bradshaw. PRONI Ref:  D/671/D8/8/109  Margaret McPherson was a widow when she married J H Bradshaw.  Her maiden name was Margaret Wright

 

On his children’s baptismal records, James Foster Bradshaw’s occupation is stated as Gentleman Brewer.

 

1837 Hillsborough Charitable Society - “Moved by W.E. Reilly Esq. and seconded by Lieutenant Clark, that the following gentlemen be requested to act as the committee of management for the ensuing year: …….Hercules Bradshaw Esq. …….. Mr J F Bradshaw…”

Book  Reference - Memoirs of Ireland, Parishes of County Down III, 1833 - 38, Page 102 - 1837

 

 

James Foster Bradshaw immigrated to Canada, where he worked as a bank manager of Quebec Branch, Bank of Upper Canada. 

Ref: Privy Council Case; The Bank of Canada Appellants; and James Lewis Bradshaw and Other Respondents

(see ebooksread.com)

 

 

Niotes: James Lewis Bradshaw

 

National Archive Kew:

James Lewis Bradshaw - Rank Ensign to Captain, 9th Foot & 80th Foot.

Service 1857 to 1874

 

 

 

 

Notes: Florence Margaret Bradshaw

 

Henry Walcot 
Walcot, Gentleman, b. Oct. 28, 1848 \m.. Dec. 10, 1877, 
Florence Margaret, sixth dau. of James Foster Bradshaw of 
Quebec, Canada ; and has issue, Basil Walcot, Gentleman, 
and Margery Kate

 

Reference: Armorial-Families by Charles-Fox-Davies

 


Notes: Robert Conner Bradshaw & Sylvia Leah Kemkes

Children;
Lloyd Bradshaw
Ralph Foster Bradshaw, died in Victoria, British Colombia, Canada
Lenorah Bradshaw
James Bradshaw, died in Canada


 

 

Canadian Marriages, 1661 - 1949

 

Jas. Albert Kaulback & Mary Sophie Bradshaw

 

Event Place

Halifax, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Event Date

26 April 1876

Groom

Jas. Albert Kaulback,

Birth Date

1840

Birthplace

Lunenburg

Age

36

Father's Name

John H. Kaulback

Mother's Name

Sophia

Spouse's Name

Mary Sophia Bradshaw

Spouse's Birth Date

1840

Age

36

Spouse's Father's Name

James Bradshaw

Spouse's Mother's Name

Myra

 

 

Florence Margaret Bradshaw

 

In

Loving Memory of

FLORENCE MARGARET

wife of

HENRY TALBOT WALCOT

and daughter of

JAMES FOSTER BRADSHAW

of Hillsborough, Co. Down

& Quebec, Canada

Died 3rd April 1918

Aged 67

Bitterely, Shropshire, England

 

 


 

 

Lieutenant James Hill Bradshaw, 52 Oxford & Light Infantry

 

Lieutenant James Hill Bradshaw was killed in street fighting at Delhi on 14th September 1857, while gallantly charging a gun manned by mutineers.  He was the only Officer of the 52nd Killed  in Delhi.

 

(Ref: Oxfordshire & Light Infantry Chronicle 1909 Vol. XVIII)

 

 

Letter from Colonel G. Campbell, C. B., to Lieut. Bradshaw’s Father

(James Foster Bradshaw of Hillsborough, Co. Down)

 

                                                                                                                                                                Jalandhar,

                                                                                                                                                  6th February, 1858

 

My Dear Sir,

            I had the pleasure to receive your letter regarding your son yesterday, and I am most happy to give you all the information in any power concerning his glorious though sad death, for it is indeed sad to be cut off so young.

 

            He had behaved most gallantly, and, in taking the Bastion shortly after our entry at the Cashmere Gate, he was very conspicuous.  I directed a company to go and clear it – there was only one small entrance, sufficient to admit two men at a time.  He was with the company, and they forced their entrance in a most intrepid manner.  Your son had a personal encounter with a Sepoy inside the Bastion, and he cut off the native’s head with his sword at one blow.  The scene of your son’s death, which was instantaneous, was in a narrow street.

 

             There was a gun placed in the centre of the street, which was about fourteen or sixteen wide, and in taking this gun he was shot dead on the spot.  I saw him immediately, and there was not a sign of life, so that he could have suffered no pain whatsoever.  I can assure you that he is much regretted by his brother officers, one and all.   I saw sufficient of his conduct on that eventful day to pronounce him to have been a fearless and intrepid officer.

 

            We have his case, with several trinkets in it, which shall be sent to you by the first opportunity, but owing to the difficulty of obtaining carriage even for a small parcel in safety just now, there may be some delay.  I received a letter from his brother-in-law at Hong Kong about a fortnight ago, requesting that a memento might be reserved for him, and I have put aside a prayer Book and two rings, which, anticipating your approval, I will forward at the first opportunity.

 

            An officer of the Regiment witnessed his interment in the graveyard of the Cantonment at Delhi.  Thirteen other officers were buried at the same time.  It was impossible that more officers could attend, as they were urgently required against the enemy in Delhi.  As soon as affairs are in a more settled state, a tablet will be erected to his memory by his brother officers.  At present it is impossible to get anything of the kind done.

 

            Offering to Mrs. Bradshaw and yourself my sincere sympathy in your great loss,

 

                                                                                    Believe me,

                                                                                           My dear Sir,

                                                                                                    Sincerely yours,

                                                                                                            G. Campbell

 


 

 

 


 

 

Family Vault of James Bradshaw & Jane Norwood, Hillsborough Churchyard

 

 

Archway above the Door.  Erected to the memory of James and Jane Bradshaw by their sonHercules A.D. 1832

 

In loving memory of Barbara Elizabeth MOORHEAD who died Nov. 1882, Interred at Ruherort,Germany. 

 

And of Marion Moorhead who died December 1897, interred here.

 

Also of Robert Bradshaw Moorhead who died June 3rd 1903. Interred at Babbling Wells Cemetery, Shanghai. 

 

Anne GAUSSEN who died November 1875 aged 62 years, the wife of John Laird Gaussen who died Feb. 1891

 

Barbara Bradshaw who died March 1855 aged 70 years, the wife of Hercules Bradshaw who died March 1863 aged 78 years. 

 

Elizabeth Wickman who died September 1873 aged 78 years.

 

 

 

Castro Petre Churchyard, Edenderry, Co. Offaly, Ireland

 

Grave of Thomas Murray & Margaret Bradshaw

 

 

 


 

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