|Birth: ||Apr. 14, 1910|
|Death: ||Sep. 16, 1957|
Married September 7, 1930 in Petersburg, Virginia to Clinton Churchill Aldridge. She was the 2nd child born to John Wesley Stone and William Bob Motley. She was the 6th child for John Wesley Stone.
1920: she is listed on the Census living Petersburg Ward 5, Petersburg (Independent City), Virginia (W. Washington)
1927 she lived at 1338 W Washington Street Petersburg
According to the Petersburg High School yearbook, Annette went by Ann. She was in the Athletic Association, History Club, Spanish Club, Girls Chorus, Daniel Lieterary Society and the Science Club. Listed beside her picture is the following: "Good nature and good sense are usually companions." Also listed is No better friend and chum can be found than "Ann". She is very smart, and has a good, common sense. Ann is always willing to lend her vast store of knowledge to others, assisting them in any possible way. She has a very likeable disposition and is a true sport, trying most anything once. We all wish the best of luck for this loveable senior.
1930-she is listed on the Census living Petersburg, Petersburg (Independent City), Virginia (Washington St)
1935-1954 she lived at 1103 Halifax Street Petersburg
Cause of death: Carcinoma of the Cervix diagnosed for 2 years she passed at 6:07 p.m. she had been in Stuart Circle Hospital for about 4 months.
John Wesley Stone (1871 - 1946)
William Bob Motley Stone (1874 - 1964)
Clinton Churchill Aldridge (1907 - 1984)*
Betty Aldridge Howard (1932 - 2013)*
Iris Christabelle Stone Mitchell (1908 - 2005)*
Annette Stone Aldridge (1910 - 1957)
Infant Female Stone (1912 - 1912)*
Plot: Ward NN, Section 6, Square 5
Created by: Amanda Bishop Burns
Record added: Sep 27, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21785266
Belated anniversary of your trip to heaven. Also, belated anniversary for your marriage to Clinton. I'm still trying to get your entry transferred to me!|
Added: Sep. 26, 2017
Added: May. 10, 2017
I remember seeing you when we went to see your mother in Petersburg, who was my mother's aunt.. I was rather young then, but I thought you were real sweet to me! It hit your mother very hard when you died. RIP, Annette.|
Added: Jan. 23, 2017
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