BiographyBenjamin Bradley was born 8 December 1820 in London, England, United Kingdom to Benjamin Bradley (bef1820-) and Sarah (bef1820-) and died 4 February 1884 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Anne Daley (c1826-1899) 1845 in Yass, New South Wales, Australia.
|Offspring of Benjamin Bradley and Anne Daley (c1826-1899)|
|Eliza Agnes Bradley (1846-1925)||1846 Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia||3 July 1925 Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia|| Henry Daniel Adams (1844-1920)|
Another old resident—indeed one of the oldest in this neighborhood—says the Narandera Argus, Mr. Benjamin Bradley, died on Monday last, after a long illness, during the course of which he suffered considerably, rheumatism and heart disease being the maladies to which he eventually succumbed. Mr. Bradley first arrived in this district about twenty-six years ago as sergeant of police, having previously occupied the position of chief constable at Hay uuder the old police regime. He subsequently was in business as hotelkeeper both here and at North Wagga. Failing health, however, compelled him to relinquish business, and the disease from which he suffered rendering excitement of any kind particularly dangerous, he was also procluded from taking any part in public affairs of the town. He leaves a widow and one daughter, Mrs. H. D. Adams, of this town.