Benton County


House 1943-45; representing Benton and Decatur counties; Democrat. Born in 1895 at Sugar Tree in. Decatur County a son of Dr. John Iverson and Zana (Agnew) Bradley. Attended Camden Seminary School, Benton County. Married Sarah Norris at Terry, Hinds County, MS, 19 Oct. 1921. She was a daughter of Louis Carnahan and Nettie Carneay (Harvey) Norris of that place. Subject operated a dry-cleaning establishment after being discharged from the army, salesman for Standard Oil Company of Kentucky, returned to Camden and established the; Camden Oil Company, also insurance agency. Mrs. Bradley became owner and publisher of the "Camden Chronicle," 1939-1961. Hobert T. Bradley served in World War I, Company B, 307th Supply Train, 82nd Div. from 28 November 1917 until honorably discharged 16 May 1919. Member of American Legion, Veteran of Foreign Wars, Methodist Episcopal Church, F&AM, and Knights of the Maccabees; died at Oxford,, Lafayette County, MS on 9 October 1948; buried in the Camden City Cemetery, Camden, TN.

Biographical Directory Tennessee General Assembly 1796-1969 Preliminiary No 13 Page 1