Bradley, Nathan

Nathan Bradley, Private 277624, 2/7th Battalion, Manchester Regt
Died 30th May 1917 in France, aged 38

 

Memorial Window in All Saints Church, Siddington

EARLY LIFE

Husband of M. E. Bradley, of Mill Lane, Capesthorne, Chelford, Cheshire.

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WW1 SERVICE

 

 

COMMEMORATION

Private Nathan Bradley is buried in grave ref. J. 52 of the Cambrin Military Cemetery, France. His wife asked for the words THY WILL O LORD BE DONE to be added to his headstone. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission holds casualty details for Private Nathan Bradley, and he is listed on the Imperial War Museum’s Lives of the First World War website.

Locally, Private Nathan Bradley is commemorated on the war memorial plaque below the memorial window in All Saints Church, Siddington.

 

NOTES

Brother of John Bradley, who served with the Cheshire Regiment and died in August 1915.

 

SOURCES

Commonwealth War Graves Commission website
Lives of the First World War website

Comments

Bradley, Nathan — 5 Comments

      • Hi Lesley did you say Nathan Bradley 1879-1917 is your great grandfather too? How are you related. I have a grandfather who is still with us it’s is grandad.

      • Lesley Goodden Nathan Bradley had 3 sons Albert 1906 Nathan 1908 Samuel Charles Bradley born 1910-1916. You’re related to Albert Bradley and Rosemary Bradley (Goodden) .

        I’m related thru my mother Susan Bradley her father Dennis Bradley his father Nathan Bradley (his brother was Albert Bradley and their father is the picture above).

        My name’s Darren Atkinson.

  1. Hello Darren. I am sorry for the late reply. My Daughter Zoë is Rosemary’s granddaughter. Rosemary and her husband Alan had 3 girls, Margaret, Cathy and Paula also my husband Andrew. Sadly I lost my Husband in April last year, he was only 53 years old but Alan and Rosemary are still with us and living in Holmes Chapel. I remember Albert, I met Andrew in 1986 and Albert died in 1988. He was a lovely old chap, loved his garden a was a prize winning gooseberry grower. Thank you for taking the time to tell me.