Bradley, Thomas Scott

Bradley, Thomas Scott a Congregational minister, was born at Lee, Massachusetts, April 15, 1825, and graduated from Williams College in 1848. He studied theology at East Windsor, Connecticut, and graduated at Andover in 1851. For six months he was with Dr. John Todd of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, engaged in study and pastoral work. He preached prior to ordination at Lanesboro, Massachusetts, and Cornwall, Connecticut, and was ordained at Wilton, Connecticut, July 1853. Here he remained about four years. After teaching for a time in the High School at Norwalk, he resumed his ministerial duties in New Lebanon, N.Y. On the breaking out of the civil war he was chosen captain of a company of the New York Sharp-shooters; was taken sick at Suffolk, Va., and died at Philadelphia, June 28, 1863. See Cat. of the Theol. Institute of Conn. page 60. (J.C.S.)

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