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Anna Mae Bragg Black
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Birth: Aug. 23, 1904
Saline County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Jan. 1, 1997
Saline County
Arkansas, USA

Anna Mae was the daughter of Walter Wesley
Bragg and Nora Keith Bragg. Married John
Homer Black, May 24, 1925. Children: Robert
Keith (died at 2 1/2) and Nolan Hugh Black.

Anna Mae Black of Benton died Wednesday, Jan 1, 1997.
She was 92. she was raised on the Bragg Farm and was
a graduate of Benton High School. She also graduated
from a Business College in Oklahoma City, Okla. She was
of the Pentecostal Faith. She was preceded in death by
her two sons, Robert Keith Black, and Nolan Hugh Black.
Survivors include her husband of 71 years, John Homer
Black of Benton, two grandchildren, Sherry Wells and
Terri Cloud of Little Rock; two great-grandchildren,
Russ Cloud of Benton and Nora Wells of Little Rock.
Services were held today at Roller-Ballard Funeral
Home with the Rev. Rick Lumpkins officiating. Interment
was in Old Rosemont Cemetary. 
Family links: 
  Walter W. Bragg (1874 - 1942)
  Nora Myrtle Keith Bragg (1881 - 1958)
  John Homer Black (1902 - 2000)
  Nolan Hugh Black (1926 - 1988)*
  Robert Keith Black (1931 - 1933)*
  Anna Mae Bragg Black (1904 - 1997)
  Willie Maureen Bragg Kirkpatrick (1908 - 1961)*
*Calculated relationship
Old Rosemont Cemetery
Saline County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: Sue Black Perry
Record added: Oct 28, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 5087808
Anna Mae <i>Bragg</i> Black
Added by: Sue Black Perry
Anna Mae <i>Bragg</i> Black
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Anna Mae <i>Bragg</i> Black
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- Sue Black Perry
 Added: Nov. 20, 2000

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