3rd Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (British Army)
J Bradley is listed on Cookstown Cenotaph.
J Bradley is listed on Cookstown Cenotaph. Listed as RIF. No further details are available.
From the Mid Ulster Mail dated Saturday 8th July 1916:
Miss Bradley, Coagh Street, Cookstown, has received a letter home from an R.C. Chaplain to the effect that her brother, Private James Bradley, 3rd Inniskillings, had been badly wounded in the trenches. He was conscious and had received the last rites of the Church, and had been removed to a base hospital where, with the treatment he would get, he might probably recover, but he was very badly wounded. Private Bradley joined on 16th July 1915, and has been in the fighting line for a considerable time. He was formerly a painter with Mr Mills, Cookstown.
From the Mid Ulster Mail dated Saturday 12th August 1916: Private James Bradley Home
Private James Bradley, 3rd Inniskillings, whose mother resides in Coagh Street, Cookstown, and was so seriously wounded about three months ago that his life was despaired of, has quite recovered his health and is a t present home on furlough. His wound was in the head and the result has been the loss of his right eye. He regretfully admits that he is now likely to be of no further use as a fighter and that he is likely to be discharged.