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Seventh Generation (Continued)

Family of Cebia Osburn ANDERSON (148) & Bertha Mae HOLMES

357. Bennie Louise ANDERSON. Born on 25 Jun 1915 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 84, Bennie Louise died in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee on 17 Jun 2000. Buried in Jun 2000 in Independence Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Bennie Louise Montgomery, 84, of Huntingdon, formerly of Henderson County, died Saturday, June 17, at the Oak Manor Nursing Home in McKenzie. Services were held on Monday, June 19, at Dilday Funeral Home Chapel. Bro. Loyce Fuller officiated. Burial followed in the Indpendence Cemetery in Henderson County. Pallbearers who served were Harold Brewer, Bill Gant, Lloyd Milam, Vaughn Todd, Morris Kirby and Steve Anderson. Honorary pallbearers were Elmer L. Kyle and Larry Anderson. Mrs. Montgomery, the daughter of the late C.B. and Bertha Mae Holmes Anderson, was born June 25, 1915, in Henderson County. She was a member of the Mud Creek Primtive Baptist Church and a homemaker. She was the widow of Connie Lee Montgomery, who died on September 15, 1987. She was also preceded in death by two brothers, Leon Anderson and Gean Anderson; and two sisters, Dorothy Luraschi and Edith Lucille Hill. She is survived by a daughter, Beckie Kirby of Huntingdon; a son, David Montgomery of Huntingdon; a stepdaughter, Verna Rhea Todd of Huntingdon; a stepson, Kenneth Ward Montgomery of Millington; two brothers, Dewey Howell Anderson and Leonard Anderson, both of Memphis; six grandchildren and eight step-grandchildren.

Bennie Louise married Connie Lee MONTGOMERY. Connie Lee died on 15 Sep 1987.

They had the following children:
i. Rebecca. Born in 1952. Alias/AKA: "Becky".

Rebecca married Larry KIRBY, son of Cecil KIRBY (1908-1992) & Ollie Blanche BRANDON (1909-1993).

ii. David.


358. Dewey Howell ANDERSON. Born on 6 Nov 1927 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee in 2000.

On 4 Jul 1948 when Dewey Howell was 20, he married Marjorie BRITT, daughter of Jim BRITT & Myrtle ADCOCK. Born on 2 Sep 1929 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 76, Marjorie died in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee on 5 Jan 2006. Buried on 8 Jan 2006 in Independence Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Alias/AKA: "Jo".

Obituary: Funeral services for Marjorie 'Jo'' Anderson, 76, are scheduled for 2:00 PM, Sunday, January 8, 2006 in the Chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Rev. Don Parks officiating. Burial will follow in the Independence Cemetery. Mrs. Anderson died Thursday in Memphis. She was born Sept. 2, 1929 in Henderson Co. to the late Jim and Myrtle Adcock Britt. She was a retired tax examiner for The Internal Revenue Service and a member of the Aldergate United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dewey Anderson; three sisters, Ouida Oakley, Ruth Manley and Margaret Cogdell; and by four brothers, Jack Britt, James Britt, Harold Britt and Ted Cox. Survivors include two sons, Darrell (Jeanette) Anderson of Germantown, TN and Joe Anderson of Lexington, TN; one sister, Susan B. Van Cleave of Bartlett, TN; and five grandchildren.



They had the following children:
i. Darrell. Resided in Germantown, Shelby County, Tennessee in Jan 2006.

Darrell married Jeanette ?.

ii. Joe. Resided in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee in Jan 2006.


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