F. Bradley Peyton Jr
Francis Bradley Peyton, Jr. (1881–1962) was appointed to a vacant seat on city council after the death of Fred W. Twyman in 1938. Payton operated Peyton Pontiac Cadillac, an automobile business on West Main for 40 years.
F. Bradley Peyton's automobile business was located on West Main for 40 years on land that is now Flats at West Village, a 101-foot-tall apartment complex that required a special use permit and became the center of much controversy once it was built.
Peyton was born on September 3, 1881.
Francis Bradley Peyton, Jr. died on August 7, 1962 and was interned at Riverview Cemetery.
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