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Thomas E. Craddock letter to his mother, Rosa Lee Edmondson Craddock, September 1918

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Abstract

Thomas Easley Craddock was born in Houston, Halifax County, Virginia on 2 February 1889. He was the son of Abram Poindexter Craddock and Rosa Lee Edmondson. Craddock attended Cluster Springs Academy, and then was employed by the Craddock-Terry Shoe Company. He served in World War I as a hospital orderly with an ambulance corps in France. Following the war, he was employed by the Central Shoe Company of St. Louis. Craddock married Rubie Paxton Tyree (1907-1985) on 15 June 1930. He died at Keeley Institute in Greensboro, North Carolina on 23 March 1937, and is buried in Spring Hill Cemetery in Lynchburg.

Bibliographic Citation

Thomas Easley Craddock Papers, 1893-1937. Accession 51060. Personal papers collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.