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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of Mary M. BOWMAN (47) & George Martin CAGLE

124. Clyde Odell CAGLE. Born in Darden, Henderson County, Tennessee. Clyde Odell died in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee on 17 Mar 2003. Buried on 19 Mar 2003 in Henderson County Memory Gardens, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee in Aug 2002. Religion: Minister.

Obituary: Funeral services for Mr. Clyde Odell Cagle are scheduled for 2:00, Wednesday, March 19, 2003 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Kevin Holland and Jason Jackson officiating. Burial will follow in Henderson County Memory Gardens. Mr. Cagle died Monday in Milan. He was an Army Veteran, a retired employee of Milan Army Ammunitions Plant, and a member of Ephesus Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Helen Cagle of Milan, a son, Randy Cagle of Jackson, a daughter, Patricia Stanford of Decaturville, three stepdaughters, Phyllis Wardlow of Jackson, Dale Adams and Donna Baldwin of Lexington, two sisters, Earlene Powers and Pauline Woods of Lexington, four grandchildren, and five great grandchildren

Clyde Odell first married Becky ?.

They had the following children:
257 i. Patricia Ann (1963-)
ii. Randy. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in Mar 2003.


Clyde Odell second married Mary Helen ?.

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