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Annistine Bradley Addison
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Birth: Sep. 19, 1876
Felton
Haralson County
Georgia, USA
Death: Dec. 25, 1963

A daughter of Wiliam Lefrederick Bradley and Sarah Jane Ayers, she married George Washington Addison on May 20, 1894 in Haralson County Georgia.
They had eleven children:

MyNervie Alzate, Wilburn Zack, Julia Grace, Marie, Georgia Frances, Benjamin David, Oscar Jonathan, Sarah, Myrtle, Rubye Hazel, and Jewel. 
 
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 Parents:
  William LeFrederick Bradley (1846 - 1915)
  Sarah Jane Ayers Bradley (1846 - 1929)
 
 Spouse:
  George Washington Addison (1871 - 1949)
 
 Siblings:
  Robert Andrew Bradley (1870 - 1946)*
  Nancy Lou Bradley Ayers (1872 - 1952)*
  Alice Jane Bradley Dennis (1873 - 1964)**
  Annistine Bradley Addison (1876 - 1963)
  Sarah Elizabeth Bradley Lamineck (1879 - 1955)*
  Willie Evelyn Bradley Allen (1882 - 1981)*
  Benjamin Calloway Bradley (1883 - 1946)*
  Benjaman Calloway Bradley (1884 - 1946)*
  Evie Roxanne Bradley Abernathy (1887 - 1950)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
MOTHER
 
Burial:
Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery
Felton
Haralson County
Georgia, USA
 
Created by: A Marine's Daughter
Record added: Jul 20, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14989045
Annistine <i>Bradley</i> Addison
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Annistine <i>Bradley</i> Addison
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- A Marine's Daughter
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- A Marine's Daughter
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- A Marine's Daughter
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