Bradley, Norman W., Charlotte, East Charlotte p. o., was born in Huntington, Vt., on May 13, 1816, and remained
in Huntington until 1865, when he settled in Charlotte, Vt., on a farm which was owned by his brother Philander
H., who was born on January 3, 1814, and died on March 7, 1865, leaving the farm to Norman W. He has been selectman,
lister, and justice of the peace of his native town, Huntington, and he was also justice of the peace of Charlotte,
Vt. He was married October 5, 1848, to Anna Stafford, a daughter of Orman and Aureole. (Doty) Stafford, of Wallingford,
Vt They have had two sons born to them, William Irving (born on August 13, 1849, and married to Frances Norton,
of Addison, Vt, on December 7, 1875; they have had two daughters born to them, Charlotte A. and Blanche) and John
W. (born on January 11, 1851, and married on December 24, 1869, to Imogene Bradley, who died on May 16, 1870; he
then married his second wife, Mary E. Powell, of Charlotte, Vt, on February 4, 1873; they have had four children
born to them, Powell W., Florence M., Grace, and John W.). Norman W. Bradley was a son of Bunyon and Rhoda (Joslin)
Bradley. Rhoda was born in Huntington, Vt., in 1794, and died on April 1, 1873. Bunyon Bradley was born on January
23, 1789, in Williston, settled in Huntington, and died on November 12, 1870. They had a family of five children
born to them, three of whom are now living, Norman W., Emily (now Mrs. Casterlin), and Rosana (now Mrs. J. Ledgett).
Bunyon Bradley was a son of Stillman and Elizabeth (Cook) Bradley, who were born and married in Gilford, Conn.
He was born on October 4, 1763, and died in 1848. Elizabeth was born in Gilford, Conn., and died in March, 1834,
aged seventy years. They had a family of seven sons and three daughters born to them.
History of Chittenden County, Vermont
Edited by: W. S. Rann
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, New York. 1886
Chittenden County, VT
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