Bradbury, Philip Walton.


k-Bradbury, Philip Walton b. August 8, 1901, Auburn, Rhode Island; Father Frederick Whittier Bradbury (1851-1930), mother Clara Walton Bowen (1868-1955); Graduated from High School in Rhode Island before attending Boston College and the University of Chicago (did not graduate); Married Elsie King (1902-October 1937), son Jonathan King Bradbury Hayes (1926-2004), daughter Caroline Bradbury, and stepdaughter Mollie Palmer; Unemployed Salesman; Received Passport# 387649 on April 9, 1937 which listed his address as 1403 East 57th Street, Chicago, Illinois; Served with the XV BDE, Washington BN, Co. 3, Section 3; Captured and executed July 25, 1937, Brunete.
Siblings: sisters Hope Carol (1889-1890), Gladys Owen (1890-1978), brother (Kenneth Livermore (1894-1982).
Source: Scope of Soviet Activity; Washington; Notes from Michele McNamee. Code A
Photographs: Philip Walton Bradbury, passport photograph, 1937; and at age 18 for Seaman’s Protection Certificate.