Jacob T. Bradshaw
- Born: 17 Apr 1841, Virginia
- Marriage (1): Francis C. Saunders circa 1867 in Isle of Wight Co., VA
- Marriage (2): Nannie V. Hall circa 1902 in Isle of Wight Co., VA
- Died: 31 Jul 1929, Franklin (Southampton Co.), VA at age 88
- Buried: Beaver Dam Baptist Church, Isle of Wight Co., VA
American Civil War Soldiers Data Base at ancestry.com reocrds:
Jacob T Bradshaw
Enlistment Date: 24 August 1861
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Virginia
Birth Date: 17 April 1841
Death Date: 31 July 1929
Death Place: Franklin, VA
Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 24 August 1861 at the age of 20
Enlisted in Isle Of Wight AvEngineerse Regiment Virginia on 24 August 1861.
Transferred Isle of Wight AvEngineerse Regiment Virginia on 15 December 1861
Transfered in Company B, 7th Battn Regiment Virginia on 15 December 1861.
Promoted to Full Sergeant 1st Class on 15 May 1862
Transferred Company B, 7th Battn Regiment Virginia on 08 August 1862
Transfered in Company F, 61st Infantry Regiment Virginia on 08 August 1862.
Paroled on 27 April 1865 at Isle of Wight Co, VA
The 1870 Federal Census for Isle of Wight Co., VA, Zuni Station P. O., page 291A (a few houses from Joseph John Daughtrey and family) records Jacob T. Bradshaw (40 - VA) with his wife Francis C. (18) and "no name" son (2).
The 1880 Federal Census for Isle of Wight Co., VA, District 33, page 313B records J. T. Bradshaw (39 - VA) with his wife F. C. (29 - VA) and children C. J. (11 - male), L. V. (9 - female), and H. O. (1 - male).
The 1900 Federal Census for Windsor, Isle of Wight Co., VA, District 17, page 111A records the widower Jacob T. Bradshaw (indexed as Braoshaw at ancestry.com) (April 1841 - VA) with his daughter Livie V. Bradshaw (Aug 1871). Jacob is employed as a Lumberman.
By 1910 it appears that Jacob has remarried: The 1910 Federal Census for Windsor, Isle of Wight Co., VA, District 5, page 191A, dated April 29, 1910 records Jacob T. Bradshaw (78) with his wife Nannie V. Bradshaw (57). They have been married for 8 years. This is the 2nd marriage for both. Also in the household is a boarder, Lavin T. Bradshaw (26), who is possibly Jacob's daughter, Livie. There are also some 11 other people living in the household named as servants and their children.
The 1920 Federal Census for Windsor, Isle of Wight Co., VA, District 6, page 268A, dated January 30, 1920 records Jacob T. Bradshaw (69) with his wife Nannie V. Bradshaw (60).
The 1930 Federal Census for Windsor, Isle of Wight Co., VA, District 8, page 276A, dated April 17, 1930 records the widow Mrs. Nannie Bradshaw (71) who was first married at age 21. Also in the household is the widow Mrs. Victoria Bradshaw (40) and her daughter Gertrude Bradshaw (10). Victoria was first married at age 22.
Note: Victoria Bradshaw was married to a Walter Bradshaw (born ca 1870).
Name: Richard Walter Bradshaw
Marital Status: Widowed
Birth Date: 1870
Birth Place: Isle of Wight Co, VA
Marriage Date: 29 Apr 1917
Marriage Place: Suffolk, Isle of Wight, Virginia
Father: Edwin Bradshaw
Mother: Mary Elizabeth Bradshaw
Spouse: Victoria Gilmore
Spouse's Marital Status: Widowed
Spouse's Mother's Name: Margaret Ann Stephenson
FHL Film Number: 2048457
Reference ID: 53
Virginia Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans
This list of Confederate Veterans organizations in the Commonwealth of Virginia is taken from the Proceedings of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Annual Meetings of the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans, Departments of Virginia. Officers listed are for the 1904-1905 sessions.
Camp Name: Beaver-Dam
Location : Beaver Dam
Commander : Jacob T. Bradshaw
Adjutant : D. L. Butler
JACOB T. BRADSHAW
THE TIDEWATER NEWS \endash 08-02-1929
JACOB T. BRADSHAW GALLANT SOLDIER OF CONFEDERACY DEAD
Jacob T. Bradshaw, 88, oldest resident of Isle of Wight County, and one of the county's most prominent men, died Wednesday night at 7 o'clock at his home at Walters, after a long period of failing health.
Mr. Bradshaw was a member of Company F, Sixty-fourth Regiment Mahone's Brigade, of Virginia, and served through the entire Civil War. He was organizer and commander of Beaver Dam Camp, United Confederate Veterans, and until this year had never missed a Confederate reunion. He was the only survivor of the company which left Beaver Dam at the beginning of the war, except John W. Robertson of Norfolk. Mr. Bradshaw also was the oldest member of Beaver Dam Baptist Church, and of Franklin Lodge No. 51, Knights of Pythias.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Nannie Hall Bradshaw, he is survived by a son, Dr. Claude J. Bradshaw of Carrsville; a grandson, J.J. Bradshaw; five great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Ed. Howell and Mrs. Elisha Lankford, both of the Franklin community, and Mrs. Rosh Harrell of Norfolk.
Funeral services will be conducted this (Friday) afternoon at 3 o'clock in Beaver Dam Baptist Church, with the Rev. W.B. Denson, the pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Jacob married Francis C. Saunders circa 1867 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. (Francis C. Saunders was born circa 1852 in Isle of Wight Co., VA and died circa 1890 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.)
Jacob next married Nannie V. Hall circa 1902 in Isle of Wight Co., VA. (Nannie V. Hall was born circa 1858 in Virginia and died after 1930 in Isle of Wight Co., VA.)