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J.A. BRADT, foreman in Corry Woodenware Factory, Corry. Our subject learned the carpenter’s trade at Jamestown, N.Y., and has worked as carpenter and joiner some twenty years. He has been connected with the present firm since 1877. Previously, was contractor and builder at different points. Mr. Bradt came here about eighteen years ago, and helped to erect a number of buildings, among which was Corry’s first good building, put up in 1873. Our subject was united in marriage with Olive F. Livingstone, of Columbus, Penn., daughter of Henry W. and Mary B. Livingstone, and granddaughter of Dr. Frank Burroughs, a pioneer of Union, Penn. Her father was by trade a blacksmith, and was one of the early settlers. He died in July, 1882, aged sixty-three; his widow, a native of Ludlow, Vt., is now a resident of Corry, and is in her sixty-sixth year. Three children have blessed this union, the eldest born in Jamestown and the others in Corry, Penn. Their names are William Henry, Clyde Milford and Mabel Gertrude.