Bright, Elizabeth DeMoville

Bright, Elizabeth, c.1923

Elizabeth Bright, c. 1923.

Bright, Elizabeth, crop

Elizabeth Bright, class of 1926.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class of 1926
Classical Course

Birth: Apr. 18, 1906, Tennessee, USA
Death: Jun. 11, 1980, Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA

Parents:
Charles Louis Bright (1861 – 1946)
Nettie Vick Bright (1867 – 1935)

Spouses:
Aubrey Ramsour Hoover, Jr. (1906 – 1979)
Samuel Winn Jordan (1896 – 1989)
 
Siblings:
William Vick Bright (1892 – 1962)
Charles Louis Bright (1897 – 1957)
Eula Bright (1900 – 1970)

Burial:
Oakwood Cemetery
Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA

Source: www.findagrave.com, # 103142449, http://www.Ancestry.com.

Other:
Henderson, Archibald, North Carolina: The Old North State and the New, Vol. III (Lewis: Chicago), 1941, 401-402.

Aubrey Ramseur Hoover, Jr. was born July 26, 1906, and at the usual age entered the public schools of Concord and her pursued his studies until he had completed the high school course. He next attended North Carolina State College at Raleigh as a student in its department of textile industry and in 1924 he joined his father in the conduct of the business enterprises which A. R. Hoover Sr., had established and which have since been carried on as important features in the manufacturing and commercial development of Concord

On the 12th of April, 1927, Mr. Hoover was married to Miss Elizabeth DeMoville Bright, a daughter of Charles Lewis and Nettie (Vick) Bright, of Liberty, Tennessee. She was born in Liberty, April 19, 1907, was educated in Mount Amoena Seminary at Mount Pleasant, North Carolina, and by her marriage has become the mother of three children; Aubrey Ramseur III, born In Concord, January 30, 1929; Betty Bright, born in Concord, November 19, 1932; and Mary Anne, born June 9, 1934. Mr. Hoover has usually voted with the Democratic ticket but has been more or less independent in his convictions. Both he and his wife are members of the Presbyterian church, while Mrs. Hoover is also identified with the Daughters of the American Revolution, the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Parent-Teacher Association.

 

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