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Eighth Generation (Continued)

Family of William Dayton McDANIEL Senior (337) & Olivia Ellen LINDSEY

652. William Dayton McDANIEL Junior. William Dayton died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 20 Oct 2001.

Obituary: Funeral services for Dayton "Jr." McDaniel will be Monday, October 22, 2001 at 1:00 P.M. at Reeds Chapel with Don Franks officiating. Burial will follow in the Lexington Cemetery. Mr. McDaniel died Saturday, October 20, 2001 at Methodist Hospital in Jackson. He was a retired employee of the Henderson Co. Highway Dept. and farmer, a veteran of World War II, a former member of the Henderson County School Board for twelve years and former member of the Henderson Co. Road Commission for six years. He is survived by his wife, Alma Duke McDaniel; one son, David Lynn McDaniel of Lexington; one daughter, Linda Joyce Scott of Germantown; two sisters, Dean Nowell and Willie B. Williams of Lexington; three grandchildren, Angela Brittain of Memphis, Kristi Altom of Lexington and Clay Scott of Memphis and five great-grandchildren, Emily, Megan and Ashlee Altom and Abby and Amelia Brittain.

William Dayton married Alma DUKE, daughter of Unknown DUKE & Unknown UNKNOWN.

They had the following children:
951 i. David Lynn (1946-)
952 ii. Linda Joyce (1947-)

653. Jeweldean McDANIEL. Alias/AKA: "Dean".

Jeweldean married Preston NOWELL, son of James Emmett NOWELL (1904-1997) & Hattie Elizabeth SEGO (1903-1972). Born in 1925 in Chesterfield, Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 74, Preston died in Henderson County, Tennessee on 20 Dec 1999. Buried in Dec 1999 in Oak Grove Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Services for Preston Nowell are today, Wednesday, December 22, 2 p.m. at Oak Grove Baptist Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery with Reed's Chapel in charge. Mr. Nowell, who was 74, was dead on arrival at Lexington Methodist Hospital following a car accident. He was a mechanic for Bill Sills Sportswear. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Dean Nowell of Lexington; a daughter, Kay Lewis of Lexington, a brother, Bobby Nowell of Marietta, Ga., and two grandchildren.

They had one child:
953 i. Kay

654. Willie Beatrice McDANIEL. Resided in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

Willie Beatrice married Marvin Alton WILLIAMS, son of Claude Albert WILLIAMS (1894-1944) & Beulah Mary POWERS (1899-1980). Born on 25 May 1926. At the age of 74, Marvin Alton died in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee on 2 Nov 2000. Buried in Nov 2000 in Oak Grove Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Alias/AKA: "Alton". Cause of death: Heart failure.

He was the owner of William's Ace Hardware Store, Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Services for Marvin Alton Williams were Friday, November 3, at Oak Grove Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery with Pafford Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Williams, who was 74, died Thursday, November 2, at Lexington Methodist Hospital of heart failure. He was owner of William's Ace Hardware Store. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Willie B. Williams of Lexington; a son, Johnny Williams of Lexington; three brothers, Denver Williams of Florence, Illinois, Donald Williams and Goy Williams, both of Lexington and three grandchildren.

They had one child:
954 i. Johnny Steve

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