Nancy (Parker) Bradley

(May 28, 1899 - January 20, 1966)

The Lusk Herald
January 27, 1966

Former Resident, Mrs. Bradley, Dies in Cheyenne

Mrs. Russell (Nancy) Bradley, 86, died last Thursday at the Cheyenne Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Services were held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Wiederspahn Chapel of the Chimes. Burial was in the Beth El cemetery.

Mrs. Bradley was born in West Plains, Mo. She married Russell Bradley there May 28, 1899. The couple moved to Wyoming in 1901 and engaged in ranching in various parts of the state and later settled in Lusk where they ran the Bradley Dairy northwest of Lusk.

They sold their business to the Kilmer brothers in 1946, moving to Cheyenne 20 years ago.

Mrs. Bradley is survived by her husband, one son, William R. Bradley, a former chief of the Wyoming Highway Patrol; two grandchildren, Mrs. Janice Laughlin and Marcia Bradley, all of Cheyenne.

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