How are you? I wondered b/c I never heard from you after my last post. I was wondering if you were ever able to dig up susan bradley's photo? If so, could you send it to me. I'd love to see her. Also, I received a message from stevefelten1 that I thought you might find interesting. It is printed below. Please let me know how you are and if you come up with any information you think I should know. talk to you soon, shannon
Subject: RE: Mulhall/Bradley
At some point in your research you will run into "Old Tom" Mulhall who still lives in Kentucky, and is descendant from James P. (1928) He has lots of photos and his research shows Rebecca, Susan and Eleanor Bradley as Elijah and Mary Logsdon's grandchildren. I did not change my tree to reflect that, pending corroboration.
There was a Father Mulhall who built a log cabin church in Hodgenville, Larue County: Saint Joachim Catholic Chapel. The cemetery is still there. The Mulhall/Bradley family sold the land where Lincoln's cabin was in Hodgenville (Hwy 31-E and Hwy 84)
My mother-in-law has a pre-civil war journal from Lillie Mae Mulhall that shows her buying a dozen eggs from Rebecca Bradley, and has records such as birthdates for a lot of the Mulhalls.
Joseph McClelland Mulhall moved to California about 1920 and built a house where North Hollywood High School now stands. I have lots of info and pictures of that branch of the family, if you are interested. I'd love to see the picture of Susan Bradley if you get it from Melvingross.
I've never been able to find out anything more about Thomas Mulhall from Donegal County, Ireland