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Bradley, South Carolina


South Carolina Greenwood County Bradley


Bradley is located in southwestern Greenwood County on US 221. It first thrived as a mid-19th century railroad town. Patrick H. Bradley was an early champion of the railroads and used his influence to bring a station to his own community. When it was time to name the new depot, townspeople agreed it should be named for him.

After serving as a Captain in the State Militia during the Civil War, Bradley also served in the state legislature, was a trustee of Erskine College, and he was the first President of the Augusta-Knoxville Railroad.

Greenwood is the largest city near Bradley. Here is a map of the Greenwood area.

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