I guess if you look hard enough, you can find just about anything. In my previous post I said I didn’t have any information about Timothy D. Bradley who was married to Charlotta Knickerbocker. Well, if you look at the 1880 History of Morrow County and Ohio web page, you will find this:
T. D. BRADLEY, farmer; P.O., Cardington; was born in Chenango Co. N. Y., Dec. 15, 1818. He is the son of David and Sarah (Ketchum) Bradley, both natives of New England. They were the parents of six children, five of whom are now living. The father died in 1872, and the mother in 1877. T. D. Bradley remained at home until about 33 years of age, when he was united in marriage with Charlotta M. Knickerbocker, a native of New York, and a descendent of one of the oldest and most respected families in the State. There was one child by this union, who died in infancy. in 1858 Mr. Bradley came to Cardington, where he has since resided. He owns 45 acres of land which is nicely improved. He is a republican and a much respected citizen.
I’d be interested in being contacted by a direct descendant of David Bradley. I have some old documents that would be properly in their keeping instead of mine.