Unfortuately, your great-aunt Dora and my great-grandmother Dora were not the same person (that would've been pretty neat if they had been, though!). My great-grandmother died during childbirth in 1918. She was in her early thirties.
I'll do some internet sleuthing to see where the Addington connection is. I think that there is a strong possiblility of its existence, so lets cross our fingers and hopethat the records exist out there, somewhere!
Here is list of children for James M. Addington and Matilda Ann Bradley. I believe that this list can be found on
www.gendex.comIf I am wrong I will come back with the correct source.
I do not know anything about the rest of William Henry Addingtons siblings, but I welcome any postings here about what became of them. By the way, does anyone know of Matilda's parentage? Finally, please see the following regarding James M. grandparents.
I was wrong about their burial place. Thank you, "Cat".
Posted by: Cat Tindell, Union Co., GA CC Date: July 09, 1999 at 15:21:02
In Reply to: Re: JAMES ADDINGTON & WINIFRED WOODFIN by Virginia Treacy of 359
Okay, HERE is the list of James and Matilda's children:
m. Rebecca Thomas
5. Moses (Mode)
B. GA; D.Meridan, Ada co., Idaho
m.Mary Catherine Sipe
6. Nancy Jane
B. 12 Oct 1855 GA; D. 12 Dec 1920, Florence, Pinal co., AZ