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BradleyFSource: QSA and KSA medal rolls67th Battery, RFA
BradleyF3412PrivateQSA (3). Groom to Staff Officer.
Source: QSA medal rolls
18th (Victoria Mary, Prince of Wales's Own) Hussar
BradleyF HTrooperVC. Natal 1906 (1)
Source: Recipients of the Natal 1906 Medal
Transvaal Mounted Rifles
BradleyF JSergeantQSA (1)
Source: List of QSAs with the clasp Defence of Kimberley
Kimberley TG
BradleyF TSource: QSA and KSA medal rollsNew Zealand, 3rd Contingent
BradleyFrancis2349TrooperSource: OZ-Boer databaseNew South Wales, 3rd Contingent NSW Mounted Rifles
BradleyFrancis27502PrivateSource: QSA Medal Rolls77th Company, 8th Btn, IY
BradleyFrancis JohnLieutenantServed 24 Apr 01 to 15 Mar 02.
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Cape Colony Cyclist Corps
BradleyFrank Charles31096PrivateServed 28 Mar 01 to 09 Jul 01. Time Expired
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Cape Colony Cyclist Corps
BradleyFrank George3105DriverQSA (5) QSA known to exist
Source: List of QSAs with the clasp Talana from the Talana book
69th Battery, RFA
BradleyFrederick9672PrivateSource: QSA Medal Rolls45th Company, 13th Btn, IY
BradleyFrederick34937TrooperSource: QSA Medal Rolls33rd Company, 11th Btn, IY
BradleyFrederickSource: QSA and KSA medal rolls67th Battery, RFA
BradleyFrederick HenryDriverBRADLEY, H G, Driver, Royal Field Artillery, was born 27 September 1870, at 5 Huntingdon Street, Kingsland, son of Edward Thomas Bradley, of Barnet.  He entered the Royal Field Artillery as Driver, and served in the Boer War of 1899 to 1902.  He displayed great gallantry at Itala, when Major Chapman and his little garrison made their splendid defence against Botha.  Sixteen hundred Boers attacked in the early morning, and our men—mostly Mounted In­fantry—held their ground for nineteen hours, inflicting a loss of five hundred killed, wounded, or taken prisoners.  Lieutenant Kane, of the South Lancashires, died at his post, shouting: 'No surrender, men!' and we lost heavily, but we kept our position against overwhelming odds.  During the fight ammunition ran short at the top of a steep hill, one hundred and fifty yards from the main body, and Major Chapman, of the Dublin Fusiliers, called for volunteers to carry some up.  It was then that Driver Bradley won the Victoria Cross, and Driver Lancashire and Gunners Bull, Rabb and Boddy the Distinguished Conduct Medal.  Bradley's Victoria Cross was gazetted 27 December 1901: 'H G Bradley, Driver, Royal Field Artillery.  Date of Act of Bravery: 20 September 1901.  During the action at Itala, Zululand, on the 26th September 1901, Major Chapman called for volunteers to carry ammunition up the hill; to do this a space of about 150 yards, swept by a heavy cross-fire, had to be crossed.  Driver Lancashire and Gunner Bull at once came forward and started, but half-way across Driver Lancashire fell wounded; Driver Bradley and Gunner Bull, without a moment's hesitation, ran out and caught Driver Lancashire up, and Gunner Rabb carried him under cover, the ground being swept by bullets the whole time.  Driver Bradley then, with the aid of Gunner Boddy, succeeded in getting the ammunition up the hill'.  He was promoted to Bombardier, received the Queen's Medal with five clasps, and the King's Medal with two clasps.  His Victoria Cross was presented to him by Lord Kitchener at Pretoria on Peace Thanksgiving Day. 
Source: VC recipients (VC and DSO book)
Royal Artillery
BradleyFredk JB Division
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
South African Constabulary
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