James Brady papers

About the Digital Collection

Papers of James Brady. In 1850 James Brady was acting as executor for the estate of John A. Craven. Papers reference a public sale of the property on 1850 Aug. 30. The remaining items in the collection relate to Brady's Civil War service; topics include a furlough in March 1863; taxes of $36 in 1836; the military service of his brother, William W. Brady, a private in Co. H., 3rd Reg. of N.C. troops who died in 1864; and Brady's being judged unfit for military service in early 1865.

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