Individual Details

Bradford Hale

(January, 1844 - December 31, 1936)

Bradford was the son of Alfred and Eliza Angell Hale. He joined the Indiana Civil War and spent from 1862 until released from Andersonville 1865 in the war effort. He was then a farmer and rancher and married a couple times and had children.


BirthJanuary, 1844Prairieton, Vigo, Indiana, United States
Census1850Honey Creek, Vigo, Indiana, United States
Census1860Prairieton, Vigo, Indiana, United States
Census1870Salem, Allen, Kansas, United States
Census1875Independence, Montgomery, Kansas, United States
Census1880Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States
Census1885Chaffee, Colorado, United States
Census1900Otero, Colorado, United States
Census1910Holt, Elbert, Colorado, United States
Census1930Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado, United States
DeathDecember 31, 1936Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado, United States
NamesakeBradford Hale, paternal grandfather
BurialEvergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado, United States
MilitaryCivil War - Indiana, United States


FatherAlfred Hale (1816 - 1881)
MotherElizabeth Angell (1822 - 1914)
SiblingSarah Mevina Hale (1845 - 1846)
SiblingSarah Clementina Hale (1847 - 1849)
SiblingDexter Markham Hale (1848 - 1911)