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Obituaries - NJ - 1901 - Edward Bradley
Edward Bradley, son of Mary and Columbus Bradley of Front street, died at Sr. Joseph, Missouri, on Saturday, aged 25 years. His death was the result of an accident, the nature of which has not yet been learned. Mr. Bradley was employed on a yacht at St. Joseph by J. H. VanBrunt. A telegram was received stating that he was dead. An inquest will be held and the body will be forwarded to Red Bank. The funeral will probably be held at St. James church on Friday morning.
Edward Bradley was born at Bordentown. His parents moved to Red Bank when he was young and when he was a boy he was employed in Philip Stoffel's cigar store. Last July he went to work at Little Silver for Mr. Garson and he was employed on Mr. Garson's yacht all summer. He had been in poor health for some time, but after going to Missouri he began to improve. He leaves two sisters and three brothers.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Feb 13, 1901
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