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Family of Virginia Gray ROBERTS (79) & Olgie Clifton SEGRAVES

158. Harold Willard SEGRAVES. Born on 17 Nov 1926 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 58, Harold Willard died in Decatur County, Tennessee on 19 Jan 1985. Buried in Jan 1985 in Hare Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Seagraves Appliance Company in Parsons, Decatur County, Tennessee. Religion: Church of Christ. Alias/AKA: "Willard".

Military: Served in World War II. Spent 19 years in the U.S. Army.

On 16 Oct 1948 when Harold Willard was 21, he married Jessie Juanita BATTLES. Born on 29 Oct 1933 in Decatur County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
267 i. Harold Jeffery (1952-)
268 ii. Beverly Darcel (1958-)
269 iii. Shonda Denise (1962-)

159. Roy Clifton SEGRAVES. Born on 29 Oct 1929 in Henderson County, Tennessee.

On 15 Aug 1949 when Roy Clifton was 19, he first married Nadell WOODS. Born on 3 Jan 1930.

They had the following children:
270 i. Judy Paulett (1950-)
271 ii. Cynthia Annette (1962-)
272 iii. Angela Jeanette (1963-)

Roy Clifton second married Aline Nellie REED, daughter of Joe Cephus REED (24 Feb 1889-15 Mar 1959) & Eular RUMMAGE (15 Aug 1889-7 Jul 1983). Born on 21 Aug 1928. At the age of 48, Aline Nellie died on 19 Aug 1977.

On 23 Dec 1979 when Roy Clifton was 50, he third married Opal JOWERS. Born on 19 Oct 1925.

160. Fairy Ondean SEGRAVES. Born on 7 Apr 1931.

On 14 May 1950 when Fairy Ondean was 19, she first married William Gene ELLIS.

They had the following children:
273 i. Virginia Innetta (1952-)
274 ii. Teresa Dean (1955-)
275 iii. Vickie (1957-)

On 28 Oct 1966 when Fairy Ondean was 35, she second married Bill Gerard ELLIS Senior.

They had the following children:
i. Billy Gerard. Born on 23 Apr 1968.

ii. Dakota Gene. Born on 8 Nov 1970.


161. Herchel Denver SEGRAVES. Born on 23 Oct 1934.

On 16 Aug 1953 when Herchel Denver was 18, he married Betty BELEW, daughter of Ralph BELEW & Eithel Annie MAYO. Born on 2 Jan 1930 in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee. At the age of 79, Betty died in Gleason, Weakley County, Tennessee on 6 Jun 2009. Buried on 8 Jun 2009 in Hopewell Cemetery, Gleason, Weakley County, Tennessee.

Obituary: GLEASON: Betty B. Segraves, 79, died Saturday, June 6, at her daughter's home. Funeral services were Monday, June 8, at Gleason First United Methodist Church at 2 p.m. with Rev. Mike Jeffers officiating. Burial followed in Hopewell Cemetery in Gleason. Mrs. Segraves, a homemaker, was born January 2, 1930 in Milan to the late Ralph Belew and Eithel Annie (Mayo) Belew. She attended New Valley Methodist Church in Gleason. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by one sister, Carol Robinson. Survivors include: two sons, Rick Segraves of Nashville and Douglas Segraves of Long Beach, California; one daughter, Gail (Segraves) Gustafson of Milan; five brothers, Clyde Belew, Jerry Belew, David Belew, Jimmy Belew and Charles Belew, all of Gleason; three sisters, Donnie (Belew) Hood of Milan, Myra Dean Belew and Mary Alice James, both of Gleason; and one grandchild.



They had the following children:
276 i. Ricky Allen (1955-)
ii. Douglas. Born in Dec 1957. Resided in Long Beach, California in Jun 2009.

iii. Gail Elizabeth. Born on 6 Oct 1959. Resided in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee in Jun 2009.


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