George Bradley (Minnesota politician)

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George Bradley
2nd Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives
In office
March 12, 1858 – December 6, 1859
Preceded by John S. Watrous
Succeeded by Amos Coggswell
Minnesota State Representative from the 7th District
In office
December 2, 1857 – December 6, 1859
Succeeded by Multiple-member district
Personal details
Born 1833
Charleston, Maine
Died 1879
Children Catherine, Nicholas
Residence Belle Plaine, Minnesota

George Bradley (1833–1879) was a Minnesota politician and a former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives. He represented District 7, which at that time included portions of Scott County just southwest of the Twin Cities.

Bradley was elected to the position of Speaker Pro Tem of the Minnesota House of Representatives on December 22, 1857, when then-Speaker John S. Watrous took leave to attend to personal business. When, due to Watrous' prolonged absence, the Speaker's chair was declared vacant on March 12, 1858, Bradley was elected Speaker in his own right.[1]


Political offices
Preceded by
John S. Watrous
Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives
Succeeded by
Amos Coggswell