Historical records matching John Pedro Brady
About John Pedro Brady
John P. Brady received his early education in the public schools of Parkers Landing, but called his education finished at the age of fifteen and then started to work in the oil fields. In Butler County, Pennsylvania, he acquired a thorough preliminary experience as a pumper, tool dresser and driller. He afterwards operated in Monroe County, Ohio, at Salem in Harrison County, West Virginia, at Manlington, Marion County, West Virginia, and in February, 1912, relocated to Havana, Kansas. He was both a contractor and oil producer, and owned twenty-six producing oil wells in the vicinity of Havana. Politically he was independent as a voter, and fraternally is affiliated with Lodge No. 84, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, at Salem, West Virginia.