Bradley Family Crest
The surname Bradley is a locative name from one of many places so called in England and Scotland, from the Old English 'brad' (broad) plus 'leah' (wood). Early records of the name mention Robert de Bradeleye, 1273 County Cambridge. Henry de Broadleye was documented in County Somerset, during the reign of Edward III (1327-1377). Agnes de Bradelay of Yorkshire was listed in the Yorkshire Poll Tax of 1379. In the year 1170 the ancient Pipe Rolls bear the name William de Bradelai indicating that he possessed a piece of land. In the records of Yorkshire, for the year 1379, a William Brodeleigh appears
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