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Annie Vaden

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Miss Annie Vaden, 58, of 1308 Holliday, died Thursday afternoon in a Wichita Falls, following an illness of several days.

Funeral services were held Friday afternoon from the chapel of the Merkle Undertaking Company with Rev. L. H. Hood officiating. Interment was at Riverside.

Pallbearers were L. W. Gaskill, John Lovelace, Jim Rawls, Riley Rawls, W. L. Jones and S. C. Roberts.

Among her survivors are one sister, Mrs. J. M. Carter, McCaulley, Texas; a brother, C. H. Vaden, Wolfe City, TX; a niece Mrs. Riley Rawls, Wichita Falls; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. W. T. Vaden, Wichita Falls.

Annie Vaden was born in Wolfe City, Tx on Oct. 1, 1889. She died on July 22, 1948 in Wichita Falls, TX.

Mrs. J. M. Carter was Zadie Vaden Carter.
J. M Carter was J Milton Carter (called Milt).
Mr. C. H. Vaden was Claude Hartwell Vaden.
Mrs. Riley Rawls was Bernice Lenore Vaden (daughter of W. T. Vaden)
W. T. Vaden was William Thomas Vaden
Mrs. W. T. Vaden was Mary Olivia Johnson Vaden.

Zadie and Milton were married in Wolfe City, TX
Zadie, Claude, William and Annie were siblings, children of Robert Wiley Vaden.
Claude is the only one of this family to remain in Wolfe City.
Everyone else moved to Stamford, Jones County, TX.

Submitted by Charlie Vines

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