Sergeant James Bradley

bradley james

Army Number: 241080 (Formerly 3441)

Battalion: 1/6th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derbys) Regiment.

British 15 Star, British War and Victory Medal

Born and lived at Staveley Town, Derbyshire. Son of James and Rachel Bradley, of 7, Hartington Cottages, Staveley Town, Derbyshire. He was a coal miner prior to enlisting on 29th October 1914 at Staveley. He went to France on 28th June 1915 and was appointed Lance Corporal on 1st May 1916. He was awarded the Good Conduct Badge on 14th, November 1916. He was p[rmoted Corporal 30th May 1917 and Sergeant 25th May 1918. He died of wounds, 4th October 1918, aged 22, art No 12 Casualty Clearing Station, Tincourt, France. 

Buried: Tincourt New British Cemetery, France. Plot 5. Row J. Grave 20.

Tincourt New British Cemetery, France.

Sergeant James Bradley is also commemorated on the following memorials:-
Staveley War Memorial, Staveley, Derbyshire.