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 - Mrs. Bradley, 85 Dies In Arkansas Mrs. J. W....
Mrs. Bradley, 85 Dies In Arkansas Mrs. J. W. Bradley, 85, former San Saba county resident, died following a heart attack Tuesday, Sept. 3, in a hospital at Fort Smith, Ark. She had made her home with a son, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Bradley, at Fort Smith since October, 1962. •A native Texan, she was "born Dec. 31, 1877, in Lee county. She and her husband came to San Saba •county in 1920 and first resided at Cherokee. Later they moved to the Locker community where they lived until her husband retired in 1934 when the moved to Brownwood. Following her husband's -death in 1957, she made her home among her children until she be•came a permanent resident in the 3wme of her son in Arkansas. Survivors include three sons, Monroe of Fort Smith, Ark., James of Sweetwater and Key Bradley of Santa Anna; six daughters, Mrs. Nettie JFranke and Mrs. Lavie ^Rabke of Yourtown, Mrs. Mamie Henson of Brownwood, Mrs. Sal- Tie .Standlee of Show Low, Ariz., Mrs. Nobia Musgraves, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Pat Kennedy, took her grandson, Pat Fowler, who had spent the summer here with her, to his home in Houston Friday, Aug. 30, and visited in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Patricia Fowler, until Tuesday, Sept. 3, when they returned home. Mrs, Beth Standlee of Richland Springs and Mrs. Gracie Shaw of Lorn eta; 30 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren; and three great - great - grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, two infant sons and her husband. Funeral services were held in Davis-Morris Funeral Chapel in Brownwood on Thursday, Sept. 5, conducted by Bro. Moore Eubanks of '•Goldthwaite, with interment in Greenleaf Cemetery. v Pallbearers included her grandsons 5 , Bu'fo'rd 'and James Standlee, Curtis Standlee, Jim Ebbin, Duane Shaw, Key Bradley Jr., Billy Jones and Leon Mejefski. All of her children, their wives and husbands and most of her grandchildren were present for the services. the the will people also Southwestern

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  1. The San Saba Star,
  2. 09 Sep 1963, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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