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Shirley Ann Edwards Aday
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Birth: Jan. 28, 1937
Texas, USA
Death: Oct. 31, 2006
Lampasas County
Texas, USA

The Hamilton Herald-News November 9, 2006
Shirley Ann Aday, 69, of Hamilton died Oct. 31, 2006 at the Scott and White Hospital in Temple. Graveside funeral services were held Nov. 3 in the Nix Cemetery near Lampasas.
Mrs. Aday was born Jan. 28, 1937 in Rockwall, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver L. Edwards. She was married to Aubrey Ray Aday in Rockwall on April 10, 1954. She was a homemaker.
Survivors include a daughter, Debra Burridge of Hamilton; three sons, Billy Aday of Arkansas, Roger Aday of Dallas and Clifford Aday of Hamilton; 13 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and two sisters, Mary Monk of Venus and Marie Posey of Dallas.
Riley Funeral Home 
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  Aubry Ray Aday (1928 - 2005)*
  Debra Mae Aday Burridge (1955 - 2008)*
*Calculated relationship
Nix Cemetery
Lampasas County
Texas, USA
Created by: williamknight57
Record added: Aug 27, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29356029
Shirley Ann <i>Edwards</i> Aday
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Shirley Ann <i>Edwards</i> Aday
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I sure miss you and Papaw. I am doing my best to be the person you thought me to be. I love you. You and papaw were the solid rock that gel this family together. I love you always. Later.
- Pam Aday Lovell
 Added: Mar. 22, 2013
I miss you Mamaw. You and Papaw were the solid rock that everyone depended on. I love and miss you forever!!!
- Pam Aday Lovell
 Added: Sep. 30, 2011

- Kathy Adams
 Added: Mar. 10, 2010

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