Billy Bradley



29th Apprentice of John Gregory

Preceded by

Unknown Apprentice

Followed by

Thomas Jason Ward

Billy Bradley was John Gregory's 29th apprentice and is known by Thomas Jason Ward due to his foolishness and carelessness that lead to his death. Although he was refereed to as being John Gregory's finest apprentice despite his carelessness.


Not much is known about Billy's time as an apprentice of John Gregory, except that he was well liked by his master and was an obedient and strong apprentice.


Billy Bradley died when dealing with a dangerous boggart, that when he got careless and accidentally trapped his fingers underneath the stone it was bound under sucked his finger of blood. Eventually, Billy Bradley died of blood loss.

Billy Bradley

Billy Bradley's first encounter with Mother Melkin