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Family of Arlie Elaine DOUGLAS (210) & James Pinkney EPPERSON

455. Terry EPPERSON. Resided in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee in Jul 2005.

Terry married Linda BRITTAIN, daughter of ? BRITTAIN & Shirlene ?. Born in 1954. At the age of 51, Linda died in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee on 22 Jul 2005. Buried on 25 Jul 2005 in Palestine Cemetery, Lexington, Henderson County,Tennessee.

Obituary: Funeral services for Linda Brittain Epperson, 51, will be held at 11 AM, Monday, July 25, 2005 at Reeds Chapel. Burial will follow in Palestine Cemetery. Mrs. Epperson died Friday, July 22, 2005 at Baptist Hospital, Memphis, TN. She is survived by her husband, Terry Epperson of Lexington, TN; three daughters, Misty Lynne Davis, Brandy Lee Davis both of Lexington, TN and Crystal Elaine Shirlene McClure of Parsons, TN; mother, Shirlene Brittain of Lexington, TN; four brothers, Alan Brittain of Henderson, TN, David Brittain of Parsons, TN, James Brittain and Jerry Brittain of Lexington, TN; two sisters, Brenda Smith and Judy Dennison of Lexington, TN and six grandchildren, Dallas Davis, Jesse Davis, Wyatt Davis, Lane McClure, Khlowye Davis and James Thomas Epperson Davis. Visitation is Sunday from 10 AM until 10 PM and Monday form 9 until service

They had the following children:
769 i. Brandy Lee
770 ii. Misty Lynne
771 iii. Crystal Elaine Shirlene

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