Biography on Edward Bradock

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Biography of Edward Braddock
By Cameron Smith
Mrs. Yang Edward Braddock was a very unique soldier in the revolutionary war. Edward Braddock was born in New Jersey. He was born in 1695. He was a chubby baby and was very well known. Braddock had a struggling life. He had to do all the chores. He couldn’t play. His chores were taking out the trash, doing the dishes, setting the table and cooking. Edward had an amazing family. He had a mom, brother and a sister. He had only one friend. He was a great brother and his sister was very smart. Braddock was an amazing soldier in the American Revolution. His job was a general. He was important because he was a great leader. He was also important because they needed him to attend important meetings. Edward was an amazing general he showed that when he was fighting in the Revolutionary War. He died in the French and Indian War. He was buried on a road of a battle of the 7 Year War. Edward’s team was ambushed and most of his men died including Edwards, when they were ambushed.

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