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Early LifeEdit

Quinn Bradlee (b. April 29, 1982) Josiah Quinn Crowninshied Bradlede was born at George Washington Hospital in Washington, DC to Benjamin C. Bradlee and Sally Quinn of the Washington Post. His father's full name is Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee and was knighted by the French government for being the Press Atteche during the 50's in Paris.
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Coat of Arms of Quinn Bradlee

Quinn Bradlee

LMNSC, FWS

Born

Josiah Quinn Crowninshield Bradlee

April 29, 1982

Georgetown, Washington, DC

Nationality

American

Citizenship

American

Education

  • Landmark College

Two Years

  • American University

One Year

Occupation

Founder and Community Mannager of FriendsOfQuinn.com

Spouse

Pari Bradlee

BooksEdit

A Different LifeEdit

Bradlee co-wrote a book that he titled A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures; it was based on his live growing up with a syndrome called Velo Cardio Facial Sydnrome (VCFS). It is responsible for Bradlee's learnng differences, and it is the second most common syndrome after Downs Syndrome.

Father's and Son's: A Life's WorkEdit

Bradlee wrote another book with his father about the experiences he has had with his father and vice versa.

DocumentariesEdit

Life With VCFSEdit

Bradlee made a small documtentary with filmmaker Mark Meuhime who founded Meuhime Motion Pictures. It was about his syndrome VCFS and was filmed at the University of Syracuse, New York.

I Can't Do This But I Can Do ThatEdit

After Bradlee finnished writing his book, A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures, Richard Plepler of HBO read it and descided that their should be a documentarie based on Bradlee's book.

InterviewsEdit

Steven SpielbergEdit

Bradlee is the first to interview Spielberg, which he did in August of 2012.

American Hereditary SocietiesEdit

  • 1643 - Ancient Heraldic and Chivalric Order of Albion
  • 1783 - Society of the Cincinnati
  • 1826 - Military Society of the War of 1812
  • 1881 - Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
  • 1894 - Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
  • 1908 - National Society Americans of Royal Descent
  • 1911 - Order of Colonial Lords of Manors in America
  • 1939 - Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in the United States
  • 1958 - Order of Lafayette
  • 1995 - Order of the Second World War
  • 1996 - Noble Society of Celts
  • 2007 - Bloodlines of Salem
  • 2010 - Descendants of Sheriffs & Constable of Colonial & Antebellum America

WesbiteEdit

After Bradlee wrote his book, A Different Life, he though that there should be a place on the internet where young adults with learning differences could go and get the support that they needed and to meet others and socialize. His webiste is called, Friends Of Quinn: A social networking site for young adults with learning differences and for their families and friends.

AncestorsEdit

Pedigree Chart

Notable American AncestorsEdit

  • Charles Apthorp, Buisnes magnate.
  • Sarah Wentworth Apthorp, American Poet
  • Sarah Badlee, "Mother of the Boston Tea Party"
  • Hon. Col. John Chandler
  • Hon. Col. John Chandler, Jr., Esq.
  • Brig. Gen. John Chandler
  • George Crowninsheld, Jr.; Inventor and Owner of the 1st American Yacht
  • Benjamin Williams Crowninshield, 5th United States Secretary of Navy
  • Brvt. Brig. Gen. Casper Crowninshield, Civil War general.
  • Brvt. Col. Benjamin Williams Crowninshield II, Civil War colonel.
  • William Gardiner Choate, Lawyer, Founder of Choate School.
  • Joseph Hodges Choate, United States Ambassador to Great Britain.
  • Dr. Geroge Choate
  • Dr. George Cheyne Shattuck Choate
  • Rufus Choate, Lawyer, Politician
  • Elias Hasket "King" Derby, Ameirca's 1st millionaire.
  • Lion Gardiner, Lord of the Manor of Gardiner's Island; Founder of New York State.
  • John Greene, A co-founder of Warwick, Rhode Island.
  • John Greene, Jr., 14th Deputy Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.
  • Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Greene, American Revolutionary War general.
  • Gov. Col. John Haynes, 1st Govonor of the Colony of Connecticut
  • Gov. John Levertt
  • Rev. John Lothrop
  • George Morton, Mayflower Pilgrim
  • Perez Morton, Massachusetts Attorney General 
  • Col. Timothy Pickering, 3rd United States Secretary of State
  • Col. David Putnam
  • Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, American Revolutionary War general
  • Rev. Nathaniel Rogers
  • John Rogers, 6th President of Harvard College
  • Maj. Gen. Robert Sedwick, America's First Major General
  • Col. James Swan
  • Roger Williams, 9th President of the Colony of Rhode Islande and Providence Plantations
  • Gov. George Wyllys

Notable FamiliesEdit

Boston BrahminsEdit

  • Bacon (can be traced back to 1066)
  • Choate (can be traced back to 1624)
  • Crowninshield (can be traced back to 1684)
  • Putnam (can be traced back to 1643)

Families of MassachusttsEdit

  • Bradlee
  • Chandler
  • Fairbanks
  • Hubbard
  • Pickering
  • Sargent
  • Swan
  • Thomas (can be traced back to 515 A.D.)

RefferencesEdit

BooksEdit

InternetEdit

Steven Spileberg Interview

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