A J Bridges Goes to His Reward

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Montgomery County Newspaper Article, Thursday, July 30, 1908. His many friends throughout the county will be pained to learn of the death of Mr. A. J. Bridges of the west side of the county. Mr. Bridges has been in failing health for a number of years and his death was not unexpected when it came Monday Night.For more than fifty years he was a citizen of this county, an honorable and upright man, beloved by all with whome he was acquainted. He was married twice and to the first union a number of children were born, and survive him, together with the second helpmate.Mr. Bridges was a member of the Masonic fraternity, a member of Whiteford Lodge, by which organization he was laid to rest in the Miller Old Field Cemetery Wednesday. As a lifelong citizen of this county, he will be gratefully missed.Note: Miller Old Field Cemetery is believed to be what is currently known as Currie Cemetery.