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At 11:41am on July 24, 2010, Chivous Omar Bradley said…
There is no family connection between my ancestors and the Justice, Adair, or Nanney families that I am aware of. My interest in the Justice family was in regard to a biographical sketch of Rev. C. B. Justice in a little church history I wrote. He served, between 1869 and 1895, as a pastor of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church near Rutherfordton, NC. His mother was Harriet Bailey and his wife was Eliza A. Higgins. A Drury Dobbins Nanney was a member of the church in the 1800's and early 1900's. D. D. Nanney was married to a lady named Mary Elizabeth Justice. Since I live in Rutherford County, if I can help with some research, I'll be happy to see what records I can find on your ancestors who were here as time permits.
 
 
 

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