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Family of John KEE (24) & Mary Jane COLVETT

73. Susan Eveline KEE. Born on 21 Apr 1868 in Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 88, Susan Eveline died in Ford County, Texas on 2 Sep 1956. Alias/AKA: "Sudie".

Susan Eveline Kee was living with the John H. Pritchard family in 1880 in 13th District, Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 29 Dec 1885 when Susan Eveline was 17, she married John Bell BRADFORD, son of Robert Young BRADFORD (1830-1865) & Mary Frances HALL (1832-1916), in Maple Creek, Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 11 Jun 1860 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 67, John Bell died in Texas on 5 Sep 1927. Occupation: Store owner.

They had the following children:
192 i. Mary Elizabeth (1887-1960)
193 ii. Bennie H. (1889-1981)
194 iii. Maude (1891-1972)
195 iv. Curtis Freeman (1893-1984)
196 v. John Young (1895-1988)
197 vi. Lennie Ralph (1897-1966)
198 vii. James Buell (1900-1989)
199 viii. Flora Elma (1902-1968)
200 ix. Emmitt Lee (1904-1980)
201 x. Robert Young (1907-1987)
202 xi. Carl T. (1912-1972)

John Bell Bradford was a store owner. One morning when Sudie was preparing breakfast, someone stopped by wanting something from the store. John Bell went to open the store. Sudie was pregnant with Lizzie and fainted near the fire and it burned her right arm off. She wasn't expected to live, so they saved the arm to bury with her. Not only did she live, but she raised 11 children.

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