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Re: Eve E. Hall Bradley - Henderson County, Texas
Posted by: Phyllis Vermillion (ID *****8758) Date: May 07, 2011 at 11:24:08
In Reply to: Re: Eve E. Hall Bradley - Henderson County, Texas by Lindsey Handley of 761

I saw that on the 1900 census - 4 children, 2 living. But then, I saw on Minnie Ola's "delayed birth certificate" where the question was asked, Mother of how many children (4), and Mother of how many now living (4). Of course, the info may not be entirely accurate. I noticed this is where Eve's maiden name is listed as Hall. Have you find that anywhere else? I think the family fell on hard times, too. On the 1910 census, all the children were living in the Southwestern Presbyterian Orphans Home in Hill County, but by 1920 the youngest were back with John Thomas and his wife Mary Elizabeth. When I'm back at work next week, I'll check for other Bradley burials, but I, too, have my doubts that they are marked. Have you traced the family down to grandchildren to see if they have additional info?


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