Reid Branning

Reid Branning


Thomas Reid Branning|r merchants, a jolly good fellow and a man that was always willing and ready to do a good turn for his neighbor.Thomas Reid Branning|r merchants, a jolly good fellow and a man that was always willing and ready to do a good turn for his neighbor.


Irene Canova BranningIrene Canova Branning

 
 Reid BranningReid Branning 
birt: 22 MAY 1876
plac: Green Cove Springs, Florida
deat: 17 OCT 1922
plac: Jacksonville, Florida


Annabelle AbneyAnnabelle Abney
marr:
birt: DEC 1885
plac: Gadsden County, FL
deat: 22 NOV 1930
plac: Pinellas County, FL


Agnes Irene CanovaAgnes Irene Canova
marr: 17 NOV 1902
plac: Green Cove Springs, Florida
birt: 20 JAN
deat: 15 AUG 1908


 

Notes:

Source: Marriage License from the Clerk of the Court, Recording Department, Green Cove Springs, Florida. Book H-2 page 94.

From Richard S. Levine on 1/1/2015: Reid worked from about 1910 to 1918 in the Phosphate industry in Polk County, and then he and Annabelle moved to Safety Harbor, FL. Annabelle was a teacher and principal. Mary K. Endicott Branning was also a teacher. Like the Canova family, the Branning family was here in Florida fairly early. Reidís great-great-grandfather came to America from Ireland around the time of the Revolutionary War. In the 1800ís they came by oxcart to Florida and settled in Green Cove Springs. Reidís father, George Washington Branning, Jr., served in the Civil War and was captured by Union soldiers. He escaped as the firing squad was preparing to execute him. Mary K. Endicottís family goes back to John Endicott, one of the first governors of Massachusetts, as well as Thorton Neale, uncle of Stonewall Jackson. You can also see my Rolander-Branning family tree on Ancestry.com. I have a photo of Mary Endicott and Irene Canova Branning there that I got from newspaper clippings in the Google news archive.

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