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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of Rhoda E. FLAKE (46) & Elbert S. STEGALL

153. Mary Flake STEGALL. Born on 15 Aug 1879. Resided in Clayton Road, St. Louis, Missouri.

Mary Flake married A. Lawson BROWN Senior. Occupation: President of Hamilton Brown Shoe Company, St. Louis, Missouri.

They had the following children:
i. A. Lawson. Born in 1913.

ii. Helen. Born in 1914.

iii. Rhoda. Born in 1916.

iv. Elbert. Born in 1920.


154. Lena STEGALL. Born on 21 Feb 1881.

Lena married Clyde AYCOCK. Occupation: Salesman for Brown Shoe Company.

They had one child:
i. Frances. Born in 1913.


155. Arthur J. STEGALL Senior. Born on 5 Jul 1884. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in 1937. Occupation: Shoe merchant, Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee.

Arthur J. married Ann NELSON.

They had the following children:
i. Rebecca. Born in 1912.

ii. Elizabeth. Born in 1914.

iii. Ann. Born in 1918.

362 iv. Arthur J. (1924-2004)

156. Daisy STEGALL. Born on 29 Jul 1889.

Daisy married Henry WHITE Junior. Occupation: Cotton buyer, Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee.

They had one child:
i. Rhoda Flake. Born in 1918.


157. Elbert STEGALL Senior. Born on 10 Oct 1892. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in 1937. Occupation: Farmer at Huron, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Elbert married Eleanor HAYS.

They had one child:
i. Elbert. Born in Jul 1920.


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