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Seventh Generation (Continued)

Family of Ada DOUGLAS (125) & Lucian Young WILES

323. Annie Sue WILES. Born on 14 Aug 1910 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 60, Annie Sue died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 28 Sep 1970. Buried in Sep 1970 in Sellers Hill Cemetery, Clarksburg, 13th District, Carroll County, Tennessee. Resided in First District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1930. Cause of death: Cancer.

Annie Sue married Eldon MILAM, son of Rufus Lafayette MILAM (1873-1954) & Maggie Mae HOOD (1878-1963). Born on 7 Oct 1911 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 78, Eldon died in Clarksburg, 13th District, Carroll County, Tennessee on 3 Nov 1989. Buried in Nov 1989 in Sellers Hill Cemetery, Clarksburg, 13th District, Carroll County, Tennessee. Resided in District 13, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1930. Cause of death: Brain tumor.

They had one child:
i. Wallace. Alias/AKA: "Chubby".


324. Euel Leolen WILES. Born on 31 Dec 1914 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 88, Euel Leolen died in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee on 27 Nov 2003. Resided in First District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1930. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee in Jan 2003. Resided in Decatur, Georgia in Nov 2003.

Euel Wiles was a jeweler and a watchmaker.

Obituary: Nashville, TN
Age 88
December 31, 1914
Son of Lucian Wiles and Ada Francis Douglas Wiles. Born in Carroll County, Tennessee, December 31, 1914. Preceded in death by sisters, Annie Sue Milam, Mildred Vickery and brothers, James Roy Wiles and Alton Wiles. Survived by his wife of 57 years, Elizabeth Burton Wiles; sons, Dennis (Paula) Wiles of Decatur, Georgia, Lanny Wiles of Nashville, Tennessee, daughter, Juanita Wiles of Nashville, TN; grandchildren, Denise, Conrad and Brandon Wiles; brothers, Coy Wiles of Klamath Falls, Oregon, Paul Wiles of Springfield, Missouri, and Lawton Wiles of Jackson, Tennessee. Mr. Wiles was a member of Saturn Drive Baptist Church, where he served as a Deacon. He was a Mason and Shriner, and also served in the US Army during World War II, with duty in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. He had his own business as a jeweler and a watchmaker. Mr. Wiles also worked and retired from Sears as a watchmaker and jeweler. He worked then as a security guard for various agencies. Services will be Saturday, November 29, 2003 at 2:30 p.m., in the Chapel of Roses, with Brother Joe Coleman officiating. Visitation will be Thursday, from 6 - 8 p.m., Friday, 2 - 4 and 6 - 8 p.m., and one hour prior to the service on Saturday. WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 660 Thompson Lane, (615) 383-4754; A Dignity Memorial Provider.

Euel Leolen married Elizabeth BURTON (264) , daughter of Henry Cornelius BURTON (86) (1875-1948) & Elah J. MASSEY (1896-1976). Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee in 1999.

They had the following children:
i. Dennis.

Dennis married Paula ?.

ii. Lanny. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee in Nov 2003.

iii. Juanita. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee in Nov 2003.


325. Thetus Coy WILES. Born on 21 Jul 1917. Resided in First District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1930. Resided in Klamath Falls, Oregon in Jan 2003. Resided in Klamath Falls, Oregon in May 2008.

Thetus Coy married Bette Jane DAILY.

They had the following children:
i. Richard Coy.

ii. William Dale.


326. Lawton Edward WILES. Born on 10 Nov 1926 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 81, Lawton Edward died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 29 May 2008. Buried on 1 Jun 2008 in Browns Cemetery, Madison County, Tennessee. Resided in First District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1930. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in Jan 2003.

Obituary: Funeral services for Lawton Wiles, 81, will be Sunday, June 1, 2008 at 2 P.M. in the chapel of Lawrence-Sorensen Funeral home with Rev. Garry Miller officiating. Burial will follow in Browns Cemetery in Madison County. Mr. Wiles passed away Thursday, May 29, 2008 in Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. He was born in Henderson County, son of the late Lucian and Ada Douglas Wiles, and moved to Madison County as a child, attending the local schools. Mr. Wiles was retired in 2000 from the City of Jackson as superintendent of the Street Department. He was an active member of Cotton Grove Baptist Church serving as Deacon Emeritus, and was a member of the church choir. He is survived by his wife, Shirley Matlock Wiles, to whom he was married in 1956; his daughter, Dr. Kay Wiles of Jackson; brothers, Coy Wiles of Klamath Falls, Oregon and Paul Wiles of Springfield, Missouri; several nieces and nephews, including a special nephew, Wallace Milam. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by siblings, Annie Sue Milam, James Ray Wiles, Alton Wiles, Euel Wiles and Mildred Vickery. Active pallbearers for the service will be Jimmy Hill, James Duke, Wayne Exum, Gary Forsythe, Arthur Armstrong and Ronnie Taylor. The Cotton Grove Senior Adult Men's Sunday School Class will sit together at the service. The family request memorials be made to Cotton Grove Baptist Church. Friends may visit the family from 4 to 7 P.M. today at the funeral home.

In 1956 when Lawton Edward was 29, he married Shirley MATLOCK.

They had one child:
i. Kay. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in May 2008.


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