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Eighth Generation (Continued)

Family of Jamie WOOD (142) & Tommy SINGLETON

251. Jerry SINGLETON. Resided in Cedar Grove, Carroll County, Tennessee in Jan 2000.

Jerry first married Felisha WILSON, daughter of Bobby WILSON & Patsy ?.

They had the following children:
i. Sarah Ann. Born on 19 Jan 1995.

ii. Jerry Wayne.


On 30 Jun 2003 Jerry second married Linda L. FESMIRE, daughter of Harold J. FESMIRE & Joyce ROBERTS, in Henderson County, Tennessee.

Marriage Announcement: Cub Creek Lodge at Natchez Trace State Park provided a beautiful candle-lit setting for the marriage of Linda L. Fesmire and Jerry Lee Singleton on June 30, 2003. Bro. Ronnie Hays, cousin of the bride, officiated the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Harold J. and Joyce Fesmire of Lexington. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse James Roberts of Lexington and the late Clyde and Lucille Fesmire of Lexington. The groom is the son of Mrs. Jamie Singleton of Yuma and Mr. Tommy Singleton of Clarksburg. He is the grandson of Mrs. Pat Wood and the late James Wood of Yuma and the late Wayne and Sarah Singleton of Clarksburg. Cub Creek Lodge was decorated with ivory table cloths and vanilla scented candles with red silk roses and bows in the windows. The alter area was lit with double spirals and an arch of ivory taper candles along with large ferns. Guests were greeted by Mrs. Danne Eason, aunt of the bride, of New Johnsonville, TN. Ushers were James Thomas Blackburn of Brentwood, TN, and Clinton Fesmire of Huntingdon, cousins of the bride. The bride, wearing an ivory satin gown with lace bodice encrusted with pearls and sequins and a detachable illusion and lace train, was given in marriage by her father. Her bouquet was made of silk red and white roses with greenery. Serving as matron of honor was Kelli Wynne of Louisville, Kentucky, cousin of the bride. Flower girl was Sarah Anne Singleton, daughter of the groom. The bridal attendants were dressed in red tea length dresses with spaghetti straps and shawls and carried bouquets of red and white silk roses. The best man was Chris Sego of Lexington and groomsman was Blake Singleton, brother of the groom, of Clarksburg. Ring-bearer was Jerry Wayne Singleton, son of the groom. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Lodge. The three tiered white chocolate wedding cake, decorated with red and white silk roses was served by Mary Sego. Mother of the bride made the wedding cake. Groom's cake was chocolate and decorated with a model of the groom's 4 X 4 pickup. Allison Woods and Kristie Fesmire also assisted serving. After a honeymoon at Gatlinburg, the couple resides in Lexington where both are employed at Johnson Controls.

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