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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of Effie Mae BELEW (70) & James Roscoe GOODRUM

123. James Richard GOODRUM. Born on 8 Jan 1923 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 53, James Richard died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 22 Nov 1976. Buried in Nov 1976 in Christian Chapel Cemetery, Leach, Carroll County, Tennessee.

James ran a country general and merchandise store at Leach, Carroll County, for many years.

On 11 Sep 1949 when James Richard was 26, he married Amelia Mae CARAWAY, daughter of Johnnie Jamie CARAWAY (1907-) & Cecil Maurine REED (1909-1968), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 1 Feb 1929.

They had the following children:
i. Patricia Faye. Born on 9 Jan 1952.

In 1970 when Patricia Faye was 17, she married Michael David HODGE, son of Ashley Boyd HODGE (1917-1996) & Vickie DYKES (1923-1995). They were divorced.

ii. James Roscoe. Born on 26 Aug 1955 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 19, James Roscoe died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 21 Apr 1975. Buried in Apr 1975 in Christian Chapel Cemetery, Leach, Carroll County, Tennessee.

iii. Donna Kay. Born on 23 Jan 1961 in Carroll County, Tennessee.


124. Evelyn Clara GOODRUM. Born on 4 Aug 1927 in Carroll County, Tennessee.

Evelyn Clara married Troy Edward KINNINGHAM.

They had the following children:
i. Julia. Born in 1948 in Carroll County, Tennessee.

208 ii. Alan (1956-)

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