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Bradley Tyler Johnson, American lawyer. Served as captain to brigadier general in Confederate army through Civil war.; Member National Democratic Convention, 1872; member Virginia State senate, 1875-1879.

Background

Johnson, Bradley Tyler was born on September 29, 1829 in Frederick. Maryland. Son of Charles Worthington and Eleanor Murdock (Tyler) Johnson.

Education

Graduate Princeton, 1849 (A. Studied law at Harvard, 1850-1851.

Career

Practiced law, Richmond, Virginia, 1865-1879, Baltimore, 1879-1890.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Chase’s Decisions. The Foundation of Maryland. Memoir of Joseph E. Johnston.

      Life of General Washington (“Great Commanders” series), 1886. The Confederate History of Maryland.

Membership

Served as captain to brigadier general in Confederate army through Civil war.; Member National Democratic Convention, 1872. Member Virginia State senate, 1875-1879.

Connections

father:
Charles Worthington Johnson

mother:
Eleanor Murdock (Tyler) Johnson