Bradshaw, William, Dd
Bradshaw, William, D.D.
an English prelate, was educated at Oxford, and became proctor of the university in 1711. He became a prebendary of Canterbury in 1716, and of Oxford in 1723. In 1724 he was appointed dean of Christ Church, Oxford; and October 18 of the same year was consecrated bishop of Bristol. He died at Bath, December 16, 1732, aged sixty. He published two Sermons (1714, 1747). See Le Neve, Fasti.