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Ethel June Bradley Borders
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Birth: Jun. 26, 1900
Illinois, USA
Death: Sep. 14, 1979
Linton
Greene County
Indiana, USA



Married to William Tony Borders on October 15, 1921. Mother of Marian Alice, William Bradley, Mary Ellen, and Dr. Paul Richard Borders.

OBITUARY:

Mrs. Ethel Borders Succumbs

Mrs. Ethel J. Borders, 79, of Dugger, passed away Friday Sept. 14 at 9 p.m. at the Rest Haven Nursing Home in Linton. She was a member of the Dugger Church of Christ.

She was born in Illinois on June 26, 1900, the daughter of Charles S. and Flora Gillespie Bradley. Her husband, Tony Borders, preceded her in death April 5, 1955. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Marian White of Highland, Ill. and Mrs. Mary Ann Cullop of Champaign, Ill.; by two sons, Dick Borders of Bloomington and Jack Borders of Dugger; by one sister, Miss Jessie Bradley of Dugger; by 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were Monday, Sept. 17 at 10:30 a.m. at the Newkirk Funeral Home with Bro. Jerry Carmichael officiating. Burial was in Dugger Cemetery.

~*~ I ONLY LIST FAMILY MEMBERS. ~*~ 
 
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 Spouse:
  William Tony Borders (1891 - 1955)
 
 Children:
  William Bradley Borders (1924 - 2001)*
  Paul Richard Borders (1929 - 1984)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Dugger Cemetery
Dugger
Sullivan County
Indiana, USA
 
Created by: Big Sam & Little Sam
Record added: Nov 20, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22996003
Ethel June <i>Bradley</i> Borders
Added by: Big Sam & Little Sam
 
Ethel June <i>Bradley</i> Borders
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