Yes, we are still very interested in who Evie Hall was! We have yet to find any better matches than the Evie Cook you mentioned (who we did find on Ancestry too!). It's just a little bewildering why she was listed then as Evie Hall in the marriage certificate with J. T. Bradley. We were hoping to make a family trip to Henderson County at some point to visit the libraries/genealogical societies there to sort this out. I was hoping we would be able to find a grave or something, but you say there's no burial record for her? All I can think of is if there's a more detailed marriage record somewhere (with witnesses listed) that might help or an actual death certificate, burial record, or perhaps the will of a relative who died while she was married to J. T. Bradley. If Henderson County has an 1890 census, that might help too. Is there anything you can think of that Henderson County has available that might be helpful? I'm not sure what resources are there right now. My mom and I have been desperate to figure this one branch of our tree out, since it's a complete dead end.
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