What Bradford County, PA census records are available? Back-to-back houses in Bradford George Sheeran (First published in 1986 in volume 2, pp. England Victorian Antique Tables 1800-1899, England English Victorian Antique Tables (1800-1899), England English Victorian Antique Chairs (1800-1899), Tallis Map In Antique Australia/Oceania Maps & Atlases, England Victorian Antique Furniture, T.G. About 1809 the family moved to the Coshocton Co. area of Ohio. James Bradford was born in Virginia June 25, 1800 (stone says 1801) the son of John Bradford and Miss Strouse. 1820 – 17 January: Anne Brontë, novelist and poet, born in Thornton 67-77, of the third series of The Bradford Antiquary, the journal of the Bradford Historical and Antiquarian Society.). Bradford Antique Maps, Atlases & Globes, England 1800-1899 Date Range Antique Europe Atlas Maps, Discover life events, stories and photos about Mary Bradford (1835–1893) of Switzerland, Indiana, United States. James married Crestine Leeper Sept 8, … Elisabeth married David Bradford. They had 2 children: Thomas Bradford and one other child. In the 1800s, there were about 13 George Bradfords in both northern and southern lines. They were the parents of 11 children, James being the 10th child in the family. Occupations in Eighteenth Century Bradford Elvira Willmott (First published in 1989 in volume 4, pp. Elisabeth Bradford 1800 North Carolina Elisabeth Bradford in 1850 United States Federal Census. Bradford on Avon - History and Facts This Web site for Bradford on Avon, in Wiltshire provides a wide collection of maps, photographs and other sources for local history and genealogy.There are over 200 in depth links to the many Historic buildings and families associated with this ancient Market Town. This huge growth in industry and population had some catastrophic effects on Bradford. 1817 – 26 June: Branwell Brontë, painter, writer and poet born in Thornton. In the 1800s, there were about 8. Bradford's first workhouse was built in 1738 at Barkers End at the north-east of Bradford, at the south side of what is now Barkerend Road. 1816 – 21 April: Charlotte Brontë, novelist and poet, born in Thornton on the outskirts of Bradford. 1818 – 30 July: Emily Brontë, novelist and poet, born in Thornton. Bradford Co. Mortality Schedules can be obtained for 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880. 1801 – Population: 13,264. Beacon Hill looking up from Jer Lane cc The Ancient Parish of BRADFORD [Transcribed information mainly from the early 1820s] "BRADFORD, a market and parish-town, in Morley-division of Agbrigg and Morley, liberty of Pontefract; 6 miles from Bingley, 8 from Halifax, 10 from Leeds, Keighley, and Otley, 14 from Huddersfield, 15 from Wakefield, 34 from York, 196 from London. Their names were Mark Sattonstall and Thomas Spence. 47-53, of the third series of The Bradford Antiquary, the journal of the Bradford Historical and Antiquarian Society.). Elisabeth Bradford was born circa 1800, at birth place, North Carolina. In 1783 there was a riot in Bradford as a direct result of the riot two men were hanged on Beacon hill . In the 1700s, there were about 6 James Bradfords in both northern and southern lines. There are many types of census records for Bradford County guide you in researching your family tree.Federal Population Schedules are available for 1790-1890, 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, 1940. When industry started to adapt, Bradford started to become worse, in 1800 Bradford had 1 spinning mill 50 years later it had 129 mills. In the 1700s, there were about 8 William Bradfords in all lines, in the 1800s, there were about 23! 19th century 1800–1849.