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Charles Bradford (d. 1822), a native of Lexington, Kentucky, was the second sheriff of Escambia County. He was named sheriff after the departure of Henri Peire in late 1821 until he fell ill with yellow fever in 1822. He was attended in his illness by Dr. J. C. Brosnaham, but died in late September or early October.
- John Appleyard. The Peacekeepers: the Story of Escambia County, Florida's 43 Sheriffs. 2007.
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