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Re: 1954 Will--much family data, no money
Posted by: Albert Nason Date: May 16, 2000 at 14:26:07
In Reply to: Re: 1954 Will--much family data, no money by GRAHAM BRIDGES of 123

I have been able to find little in my notes about the Bridges family who married into the Bundricks. However, Crisp County is part of Dooley County Ga that split off to form a new county. In the book "Crisp County's History in Pictures and Stories" by the Cordele/ Crisp County Historical Society Inc, 1978, on p. 40 it mentioned an Alfred D Bridges who was born July 15, 1846. He came to Crisp Co from S. Carolina. He Had a brother Tom Bridges in Broxton Ga and a cousin Black Bridges.
Maybe this will give you some hints to follow up. Anna Bundrick Bridges on my 1954 will died in 1922 and had a son Andrew J Bridges who had a son Joseph J Bridges of Broxton Ga, so these are probably the same family and all derive probably from SC.
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