Charles Bradshaw

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Charles Bradshaw
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His sisters home South 14th street, in Rocky Ford, Otero County, Colorado United States 81067
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Charles Bradshaw had sibling Ellen. He died in Rocky Ford, Colorado.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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He used to find scrap wood around the area, he made me a small child size dish cabinet complete with glass windows, table and 2 chairs, later he made a couple of small Adirondack chairs for my brother and myself. I still have the Adirondacks. He had a Chihuahua named Tiny, he would make little balls out of his canned dog food and placed them on a childs play size plate. He would fix things as his hobby.
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Charles Bradshaw
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His sisters home South 14th street, in Rocky Ford, Otero County, Colorado United States 81067
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Charles Bradshaw died in Rocky Ford, Otero County, Colorado United States 81067
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Charles Bradshaw died in Rocky Ford, Otero County, Colorado United States 81067
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Jul 25, 1896 - Nov 1, 1993 1896 - 1993

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Charles Bradshaw died in Rocky Ford, Colorado. He had sibling Ellen.

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