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>Susan Frances Flowers/ ADDISON
Lake Wales Daily, Wednesday, 16 December 1942 - Mrs. W.E. Lassiter's Mother Passed Away Saturday at Kissimmee
 Mrs. W.E. Lassiter's Mother,> Mrs. S. Frances Addison, 74, passed away Saturday at the Osceola hospital in Kissimmee.  Mrs. Lassiter remained with her mother almost constantly for the past two weeks.  Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Grissom chapel with the Rev. T.S. Hobart, officiating. Those attending from Lake Wales besides Mr. & Mrs. Lassiter and Frances, were Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Shiver, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Capps and Mrs. W.C. Starr.
>Richard ADDISON - 93 - Citrus Grower - B:1859  - D: March 1953
Lakeland Ledger,Friday, 27 March 1953 -  Kissimmee -  Funeral services were held at Grissom Funeral Home here Wednesday for Richard Addison of Loughman, who died Monday.  Interment was in Rosehill Cemetery. >Pallbearers were: George Hancock and Clarence Addison, Loughman, Morris Addison and Jack Tyson, Lakeland, also Edward Addison and Ronald Goodman of Tampa.
 A citrus grower, Mr. Addison was a pioneer resident of the Loughman section.  He came to this country from Portsmouth, England.  > Surviving him are four sons, R.B. Addison and George Addison of Loughman, Joseph of Davenport and Tom Addison of Kissimmee, four daughters, Mrs. Frances Reeves, Lakeland, Mrs. Arthur Brannen, Loughman, Mrs. W.E. Lassiter, Lake Wales, and Mrs. Everette Goodman, Tampa; 15 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Also, one brother, Albert Addison of Fort Myers and a sister, Miss Alice Addison, Bristol, England.
>>Added Note:
In an obit from the Lake Wales News on Thursday 26 March 1953, it states that Mr. Addison was born in Portsmouth, England on 21 June 1859 and came to America when he was 19 years old, and moved to Loughman in 1887.  Everything else is the same as the Ledger obit.
>2nd wife of Richard Benjamin ADDISON Jr. 1892-1969 - The Ledger, Wednesday, August 1, 1984
>>Fannie Addison
WINTER HAVEN - Mrs. Fannie Addison, 70, 4050 Lake Marianna Drive, died Monday (July 30, 1984) at Polk General Hospital.
Linda Kirkland, Auburndale; A native of Davenport, she had lived in Winter Haven several years and was a homemaker.  She is survived by her daughter, sons, Clarence Addison, Oneco, and Morris S. Addison, Loughman; brothers, Gordon and Ernest Gill, Winter Haven, and Jim Gill, Jacksontown, Ohio; and three grandchildren. Lane-Holt Funeral Home, Haines City.
> Son of Thomas James ADDISON and Wilma MOODEY Addison:
 Orlando Sentinel - Aug 27, 1999
firearms dealer with Addison's Gun ShopTHOMAS JAMES ADDISON JR., 69, 2229 Louise St., Kissimmee, died Wednesday, Aug. 25. Mr. Addison was a. Born in Loughman, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was an Army veteran. He was Baptist.
> Survivors: daughters, Beverly O'Quinn, Becky Wright,  both of St. Cloud; stepdaughters, Marian L. Heffner, Kissimmee, Nancy A. Heffner, Akron, Ohio; sons, Doug, Gary, Mark, all of Kissimmee, Billy, Madison; stepson, Dale Heffner, Kissimmee; brother, Edward, Gulfport, Miss.; 18 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Grissom Funeral Home and Crematory, Kissimmee.
 >Daughter of Richard Addison and Susan Frances FLOWERS ADDISON.
St. Petersburg Times - St. Petersburg, Fla., Date: Sep 24, 1993
>LASSITER, MAGGIE A., 89, of Safety Harbor, died Thursday (Sept. 23, 1993) at Arbors at Safety Harbor. She was born in Loughman and came here in 1981 from Lake Wales. She was a teacher. She taught Sunday school and was a women's club member at First Baptist Church of Safety Harbor. She was a charter member of Ridge Homemakers, Lake Wales. > Survivors include a daughter, Frances Van Nortwick, Safety Harbor; two brothers, Thomas Addison, Kissimmee, and George Addison, Haines City; a sister, Gertrude Goodman, Tampa; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Baty Funeral Home, Safety Harbor. St. Petersburg.
>Daughter of Richard Addison and Susan Frances Flowers Addison.
St. Petersburg Times - St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan 2, 1998
>GOODMAN, ALICE G. "NANNY," 86, of Seffner, died Wednesday (Dec. 31, 1997) in Land O'Lakes. Born in Loughman, she moved to the Tampa area from Rockledge in 1940. She was a homemaker and was a Baptist. > Survivors include three sons, Ronald, Seffner, Wayne E., Lutz, and Jim, Land O'Lakes; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Garden of Memories Chapel, Tampa. 
>Calvin ADDISON -82 - Farmer
 Davenport - Mr. Calvin Addison of Davenport died of heart failure Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2002 in Kissimmee.  Calvin was born in Colquitt, Ga. on Sept. 24, 1920, he came to Haines City from there in 1929. He was a farmer and cattle rancher. He was an Army Veteran of WWII and a member of the American Legion. Calvin was a member of the Winter Haven Moose Lodge. >Mr. Addison was preceded in death by his wife, Lucy Pearl Addison.  > Calvin is survived by his son, , Ronnie Addison, of Haines City, and a daughter, Vivian Lang, Cape Canaveral.
 Visitation was Dec. 19, 2002 at Oak Ridge Funeral Care, 1001 Grace Ave., Haines City.  Graveside services were held Friday at Forest Hill Cemetery. ( Ledger, Thursday, Dec. 19, 2002 ) - >Son of Calvin- Ronald Calvin Addison -
>MRS. LUCILLE “LUCY” ADDISON – 82 – Florida Tile
LAKELAND -- Mrs. Lucille "Lucy" Addison of Lakeland died of pneumonia Saturday (Sept. 17, 2005) at Lakeland Regional Medical Center. She was 82. Born in Johnson County, N.C., on Oct. 21, 1922, she came to Lakeland from North Carolina in 1956. She was a grader at Florida Tile. She was a member of Bible Presbyterian Church. > Mrs. Addison is survived by her husband, Richard L. Addison; sons, John W. Barefoot, Golden D. Barefoot, both of Lakeland; brothers, John Coats, North Carolina, E.C. Coats, Groveland, Bill Coats, Fort Lauderdale, Raiford Coats, North Carolina; sister, Betty Shields, Boca Raton; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be Wednesday at Gentry-Morrison Northside Funeral Chapel. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home chapel. - Ledger, Sept. 20, 2005
>ANNIE C. ADDISON – 87 – Homemaker
LAKELAND -- Mrs. Annie C. Addison of Lakeland died of heart failure Saturday (March 19, 2005) at home. Born in Crescent City on Sept. 9, 1917, she came to Lakeland from Miami in 1966. She was a homemaker. She was of the Church of Christ faith. > Mrs. Addison was preceded in death by her husband, John D. Addison. > She is survived by her son, John D. Addison, Lakeland; daughter, Loretta Long, Lakeland; three grandchildren. Lakeland Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens.- Ledger,March 22, 2005

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