Andrew Jackson "A.J." Braden
Andrew Jackson Braden was born October 10, 1833, in Tennessee. He was married about 1881, to Feriba Jane Campbell, the daughter of James D. Campbell (who was born in Campbell County, Tennessee) and Catherine (Nelson) Campbell born in Knox County, Tennessee. Andrew Jackson and Feriba Jane had children: Robert E., Katie May, and Minnie.
In 1870 Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, in Bryantsville District No. 4, ?A.J.? Braden was 37, born in Tennessee, a farmer, with wife Feriba who was 27, born in Tennessee, and there was one son. Robert age 2, born in Kentucky. Also with them were Franklin A. Braden age 28, a farmer, born in Tennessee, and John C. Braden, age 13, a laborer, born in Tennessee. I?m not sure who Franklin and John are?
In 1900, Andrew J. and Feriba Braden were living in Green Township (Utica), Livingston Co., Missouri, they had been married 33 years. Living with them was their daughter Minnie Braden, age 16, and their daughter, Kate Stelplugh who was a widow, and was employed as a school teacher, and Kate?s daughter Genene (?sp) Stelplugh, who was less than a year of age, born October 1899 in Missouri.
Andrew J. Braden was a long time resident of Utica, Livingston County, Missouri, until the death of his wife, then he moved to Braymer, Caldwell Co., Missouri, and was living with his daughter Mrs. Minnie (Braden) Stillwell.
Andrew Jackson Braden died on January 2, 1914, at his daughter?s home in Braymer, Missouri, at the age of 80 years.
Survivors were his son Robert E. Braden, and two daughters, Mrs. Kate M. (Braden) Cramer of Livingston Co., Missouri, and Mrs. Minnie (Braden) Stillwell of Braymer, Missouri.
He was preceded in death by his wife Feriba Jane who died July 12, 1911, in Utica, Missouri.
Burial was in Utica Cemetery, in Utica, Livingston Co., Missouri, beside his wife Feriba.
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