Bradley, Mary L. Smith
Age: 31, credited to Albany, VT
Unit(s): Nurse, USV
Service: Nurse, Medical Dept., U.S. VOLS, served with 10th WI INF
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Birth: Abt 1830, Albany, VT
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Beloit, WI
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Heidi McColgan
Findagrave Memorial #: 151330628
Alias?: Smith, Mary L.
Pension?: Yes, 8/30/1890
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
(If there are state digraphs above, this soldier spent some time in a state or national soldiers' home in that state after the war)
Remarks: Served with her brother Thomas L. Smith in the 10th WI INF.
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Oakwood Cemetery, Beloit, WI
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Famous War Nurse Expires in Beloit
Mrs. Mary D. Bradley, Friend of Clara Barton, Served Through Entire Civil War
Beloit, Aug. 17, - Mrs. Mary D. Bradley, a resident of Beloit for many years, died today aged 80 years. She was well known throughout the country as one of the greatest Civil War nurses, having been a friend of Clara Barton and others. She served through the entire war, four years, for two years of which she worked without pay. She enlisted from Roscoe, Ill., but spent the last years of her life here.Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin), 17 Aug 1910, Wed, Page 5
Beloit has lost an old resident in the person of Mrs. Mary Bradley, who ranked high as a nurse during the civil war and was classed with such famous nurses as Clara Barton.Green Bay Press - Gazette (Green Bay, Wisconsin), 18 Aug 1910, Thu, Page 6
Famous War Nurse Dies Today at Beloit
Mrs. Mary Bradley, a Friend of Clara Barton, Dies at the Advanced Age of 80 Years
(Special to the Gazette)
Beloit, Wis., Aug. 17, - Mrs. Mary D. Bradley, known throughout the country as one of the great civil war nurses, a resident of Beloit for many years, died today at 80 years. She was a friend of Clara Barton and other famous nurses.
She served through the entire war.
Source: Green Bay Semi-Weekly Gazette (WI), 20 Aug 1910, Sat, Page 1