William Fuller Bradley
Member of Plano G. A. R. Post No. 120 DiesKendall County Record, February 22, 1933.
Word has been received in Plano of the death of William Fuller Bradley, a member of G. A. R. Post No. 120, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Elva Bradley Schunk, at Sheridan, Wyoming, on February 5, 1933. Funeral services were conducted in Sheridan Wednesday afternoon by a Methodist Pastor, with interment in the cemetery there.
The Bradleys were well known in Kendall County. William Fuller Bradley was a brother of the late Mrs. A. N. Beebe of Yorkville; the late Mrs. William H. Jones of Plano; and Miss Hattie Bradley, also deceased. Before her removal to Wyoming, his daughter, Mrs. Elva Bradley Schunk was a teacher in schools near Plano. Another daughter, Miss Lucia Bradley, now of San Diego, California was a Plano telephone operator.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller Bradley lived in Plano for many years. Mrs. Bradley preceded her husband in death September 25, 1931 in Sheridan, Wyoming where they had made their home for the past ten years.
Mr. Bradley enlisted at the age of 18 years in the 23rd Regiment of the Illinois Volunteer Infantry.