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Mollie Brady, born abt 1860
Robert Brady, born abt 1864
Dora Brady, born abt 1865
John Brady, born abt 1871
William (Luck) Brady, born abt 1875
Arthur Brady, born abt 1877
Cathy Brady, born abt 1880

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Brady [62nd Generation] was indeed born, not made of half slave and half free in eyes of the prevailing laws.  And, of course, he fathered and helped generate Brady Patriots in the great cause of personal liberty for "the least of us."

We cite this fact because his grandsons born in the [65th Generation] to be scholarly in religion and law believe it to be true:  their grandfather was a Christian soldier in the march to personal liberty and them.

Household Record 1880 United States Census

 
 Name RelationMarital StatusGenderRaceAgeBirthplaceOccupationFather's BirthplaceMother's Birthplace
 John BRADY  Self  M  Male  MU  50  TN  Works On Farm  NC  TN 
 Jane BRADY  Wife  M  Female  MU  30  AR  House Keeper  ---  --- 
 Mollie BRADY  Dau  S  Female  MU  20  AR  At Home  TN  --- 
 Robert BRADY  Son  S  Male  MU  16  TX  At Home  TN  --- 
 Dora BRADY  Dau  S  Female  MU  15  TX  At Home  TN  --- 
 John BRADY  Son  S  Male  MU  9  AR  At Home  TN  --- 
 Hennetta BRADY  Dau  S  Female  MU  5  AR  At Home  TN  --- 
 Will BRADY  Son  S  Male  MU  5  AR  At Home  TN  --- 
 Arthur BRADY  Son  S  Male  MU  3  AR  At Home  TN  --- 
 Cathy BRADY  Dau  S  Female  MU  9M  AR  At Home  TN  --- 

Source Information:
 
 Census PlaceVan Buren, Crawford, Arkansas
 Family History Library Film  1254042
 NA Film Number  T9-0042
 Page Number  580B      

John Brady was the grand-father of below Lindell, Wilma, Paul and Mary Rose Brady.  We do not know the names and locations of their grand uncles and aunts, other than fact that one was named Mollie. 

                                                The Brady Bunch

We speculate that John Brady was likely born after ending of the Civil War, and at a young age married and fathered children beginning around 1883.  African-Americans in U.S. Colored Troops with the surname of Brady were possibly related to those born after the Civil War.  Their stories are caught up in the tens of thousands of other stories about the journeys up from slavery that are somewhat summarized in below link.

                                    Brady/Reeves Patriots

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