Annie Lou Britford



Annie Lou Britford was born on June 29, 1928 in Greensboro, Alabama to Jack Jackson and Mary Sanford. She unexpectedly departed this life on August 30, 2008, at Mt. Carmel East Hospital.

Annie met and married Albert

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Condolence Messages

  1. Michael B Rippey Sr

    May God Bless you

  2. Jennifer I send my prayers and condolences to you and your family during this time. May God grant you peace in knowing that she is at rest.

  3. Belinda, Terri, Mike and the Bexley post office

    Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time of sadness.

  4. Vivian Jamison & sons

    My family would like to extend to you and your family our warm condelences.. My Sons would look forward to sitting by Mrs. Britford in church on Sunday's when they were young boys. She was always someone nice to know. May God be with you during this time of sorrow. Sorry, I will not be able to join you at this time as I will be out of town. Remembering Mrs. Britford with kind thoughts. Mrs Vivian Jamison and Sons.

  5. Shirlene (Dixon) Smith

    To the Britford family:
    Please except my deepest condolences and may God see you through this difficult time
    love to you all.

  6. To the Britford family,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during your time of bereavement. May God Bless you and comfort you for we know that weeping may endure for a night but joy will come in the morning.

  7. TK Woods & Family

    Bro Bobby,

    Our "es;PRAYERS"es; are with you, my brother! No pain, no suffering, just peace being with the Lord! She's done a great job that we know through knowing you. Keep holdin' on. We're here for you whenever you need.

    TK, Josie, & Tyler Woods

  8. Bobby and family, My family and the Fire Dept. family are thinking of you. Your mother
    must have been a special person to you and your family. I can't make it by tomorrow to
    visit due to work obligations, but I'll be thinking of you. Take care and we will see you whenever you get back too work.

  9. Yolanda Berry (Hayes)

    My sincere and heart felt sympathy go out to your family, especially to Diane and Bobby. We grew up together on Rich Street and Mother Brittford was an icon in the neighborhood.

  10. Gilda J. Battle Taylor /Clearbrook M.S. Staff

    Mrs. Taylor and the Clearbrook M.S. staff send prayers to Diane Payton (Gaston) and her family during this difficult time. May your memories of your mother comfort you and may your life reflect the special person that your mother was to your family. Please keep the faith of God's Promise. We are thinking of you in sympathy.

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