|Birth: ||Mar. 7, 1844|
|Death: ||Apr. 24, 1910|
Mrs. Annie Eliza Bradley
March 8, 1844-April 24, 1910
Kopperl, Bosque County, May II.
On Sunday, April 24, 1910 at 1:55 P.M. Mrs. Annie Eliza Bradley, wife of J. W. Bradley, died at her home of paralysis.
She was born in Randolph County, Mo., March 8, 1844. She was married to J. W. Bradley, March 7, 1867. To them were born eleven children.
In 1890 she moved to Mclennan County, Texas where she resided until two years ago when she moved to the home of her daughter Mrs. Genie Sanders, near Kopperl, Bosque County, where she lived until the Lord saw fit to call her home.
Mrs. Bradley. professed faith in Christ fifteen years ago and although never uniting with any church, she lived a true Christian life. She bore her suffering patiently and even when the Death Angel hovered near there was no trace of pain or suffering.
After a brief but Impressive service conducted by Rev. George Whisenant, with loving hand and floral emblems the remains were laid to rest in the Kimbel Cemetery.
There, is peace to the desolate heart in the thought that .He who Sanctified the tears of grief with His own can give to those whom we have loved and lost awhile sleep -- the sleep of peace and rest to await the resurrection on that glorious morning when We shall know as we are known.
The faithful wife, the loving mother is gone - yes, gone where is no more pain nor suffering, but there will be reunion someday. Where there Is no more parting nor tears, but Where the eternal light of God's divine presence shall banish all darkness and sorrow.
Rest, darling Mother, rest a quiet sleep. While loved ones In sorrow over the weep. A husband, four sons, three daughters, two brothers, one sister are left to mourn her loss.
J. W. Bradley of Kopperl, Texas; W. E. Bradley of Calexico, Cal; C: C. Bradley of Kopperl, Texas; J. M. Bradley, of Hamlin, Texas; J. E. Bradley of Waco, Texas; Mrs. Laura Wolverton of Jacksonville, Mo., Mrs. Beulah Harrison of Marathon, Texas; Mrs. Genie Saunders of Kopperl, Texas; Henry and Tom Metcalf of Missouri, and Mrs. Susan Metcalf of Missouri. Also many other relatives and friends.
John William Bradley (1842 - 1932)*
William E. Bradley (1866 - 1932)*
Annie Laura Bradley Wolverton (1869 - 1938)*
Joseph Milton Bradley (1879 - 1962)*
Created by: Perry Smith
Record added: Jan 05, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10279373
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