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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of J. Ozro GOOCH (30) & Nancy Ellen MITCHELL

51. Fannie GOOCH. Born in 1891 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 42, Fannie died in Carroll County, Tennessee in 1933. Buried in 1933 in New Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee. Resided in District 12, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1910. Resided in District 12, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1920.

On 25 Dec 1906 when Fannie was 15, she first married Joseph L. BREEDEN, son of John E. BREEDEN (1858-1928) & Nancy Emaline ROSS (1864-1945), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 10 Jan 1890 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 26, Joseph L. died on 29 Dec 1916. Buried in Dec 1916 in Palmer Shelter Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee. Resided in District 12, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1910. Alias/AKA: "Joe".

They had the following children:
99 i. Lenzie Leon (1907-1990)
100 ii. Otha V. (1909-1930)
101 iii. Cola Emiline (1910-)
102 iv. Arzie Edward (1911-2000)
103 v. Josie Hester (1915-2000)

On 19 Dec 1926 when Fannie was 35, she second married John B. MONTGOMERY, son of Thomas MONTGOMERY (1827-) & Martha ? (ca1830-), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born in Apr 1867 in Carroll County, Tennessee. John B. died in Carroll County, Tennessee. Buried in New Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee. Alias/AKA: "Jack".

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