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date: 05 March 2021

Bradshaw, Jameslocked

  • Jennett Humphreys
  • , revised by Margaret D. Sankey


Bradshaw, James (1717–1746), Jacobite army officer, was born in Manchester, the only son of a wealthy Roman Catholic family in trade. He attended the Manchester Free School, where he studied classics, before being apprenticed in 1734 to Charles Worral, a Manchester factor who traded at the ...

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