Bradleyvale is an extinct former town of Caledonia County, Vermont which now falls within the borders of Essex County. Bradleyvale was created in 1803 from Pearsall's Gore. In 1856 Bradleyvale was annexed to the towns of Concord and Victory now in Essex County, Vermont.
Records. For 1803-1856 town records of Bradleyvale, try the town records of:
- Concord original town records 1784-1856 are preserved in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Also, a microfilm copy of Concord town records is available from the Family History Library on film 027993. Later years for Concord are also available.
- Victory original town records 1841-1902 are preserved at the Town Hall in Victory, Vermont. Also, a microfilm copy of Victory town records is available from the Family History Library on film 889292 Items 1-2.
Adjacent towns: Concord | Lunenburg | Victory | Caledonia County: Kirby