Diamond War Memorial Project

Private (Lance Corporal) Thomas Bradley

6th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment (formerly 16444, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers) Regimental Number 4286
Born: ---- Died: 1916-09-09 Aged: 20 Enlisted: Derry

Name recorded on the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing, Somme, France. Name also commemorated on the Diamond War Memorial.

Fourth son of Joseph P. Bradley, hairdresser, and brother of Philip Bradley, 70, Bridge Street, Derry.

Thomas Bradley's father, Joseph P. Bradley, died after a brief illness on Monday, February 19, 1917, and was buried in Derry City Cemetery. A staunch nationalist, Joseph Bradley conducted with success the business of hairdresser. As a member of the Irish National Foresters, he was much esteemed by his brother members, and for a period occupied the position of Sub-Chief Ranger. His last moments were consoled by the ministrations of the Catholic Church, of which he was an earnest and devout member.

Ellen, wife of Joseph P. Bradley, 70, Bridge Street, died on December 14, 1922, and was buried in Derry City Cemetery.