The story of a famous man, a legendary city, a tragic murder, a city that was born to become a ghost town and a city in which he died.
The man who is the subject of this article, Charles Braddon, lived in Brisbane in the 1930s.
In a bid to escape the “death city” he moved to the city of Melbourne where he died aged 90 in 1960.
He was born in the town of Brisbane, where his father was a teacher, and his mother was a schoolteacher.
In 1892, Braddon was given a job as a schoolmaster in the City of Melbourne and worked his way up the ranks.
After moving to Sydney, Braddy became a member of the Victoria Association of Private Schools (VASP) and the City School Board.
He served in the State Assembly from 1901 to 1918 and in the Legislative Council from 1921 to 1929.
At the start of the Second World War Braddon and his family fled to Melbourne, where they settled in a three-bedroom house, the Braddon House.
In 1933, the city and the state Government bought the house, which was then known as the Braddens’ Apartment.
Braddon’s life would be shaped in many ways, but his greatest contribution would be his work as a community leader.
He led the City Council to develop an emergency shelter in the city for the homeless and the elderly and his role in helping the City to rebuild after the devastation of the First World War.
Braddies father, Charles, was a former Victorian soldier who served in World War I.
In a move which was often criticized, Braddies mother, Rosanna, who died in 1971, would not have been able to bear the pressure of raising their son.
In 1946, Brackie Braddon moved to Melbourne to be close to his family and to start a business which would later become the City Business Council.
Brackie became known as a very good salesman and also a highly intelligent man.
He spoke several languages including English and was fluent in French.
The Braddon Family and the Brackies’ children were very close.
Braddy was also involved in a number of philanthropic ventures including the development of the Brisbane Art Museum and the Brisbane Botanic Garden.
After Braddon died in 1965, the Brisbane City Council and the Victorian Government created the Braddy Foundation to fund community and community development projects.
A decade later, Brandy Braddon became a City Councillor and became a powerful voice for the community.
His wife Rosanna died in 1990.
Braddock died in 1994.