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Bradley died on October 13, 1916 following an emergency operation for uremic poisoning at the in . He was survived by his wife, Ann Ross Sheldon, two sons, Floyd Henry Bradley and William James Lee Bradley, Jr and two daughters, Edna Bradley and Marion Ross Bradley. His widow received the following condolences from President Wilson: "My dear Mrs Bradley, It is with genuine grief that I have heard of the death of your husband. I learned in my association with him at Trenton to respect his character and judgment very deeply, and I feel that in him we have lost a man of high principle and great public usefulness. I felt that I could not deny myself this expression of admiration and deep regret. Cordially and sincerely yours, Woodrow Wilson."

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Bradley died on October 13, 1916 following an emergency operation for uremic poisoning at the in . He was survived by his wife, Ann Ross Sheldon, two sons, Floyd Henry Bradley and William James Lee Bradley, Jr and two daughters, Edna Bradley and Marion Ross Bradley. His widow received the following condolences from President Wilson: "My dear Mrs Bradley, It is with genuine grief that I have heard of the death of your husband. I learned in my association with him at Trenton to respect his character and judgment very deeply, and I feel that in him we have lost a man of high principle and great public usefulness. I felt that I could not deny myself this expression of admiration and deep regret. Cordially and sincerely yours, Woodrow Wilson."