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Eighth Generation (Continued)

Family of John D. LEWIS (174) & Omie Adell BRIDGES

248. Larry D. LEWIS. Born on 13 Aug 1944 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 57, Larry D. died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 11 Dec 2001. Buried on 12 Dec 2001 in Marlin Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Funeral services for Larry D. Lewis, 57, of Wildersville, were held Wednesday, December 12, at Reed's Chapel in Lexington with burial in Marlin Cemetery in Wildersville. Mr. Lewis died Tuesday, December 11, at the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Mr. Lewis, a preacher and school bus driver, is survived by his wife, Betty Ann Lewis of Wildersville; one son, Terry L. Lewis and wife Dawn of Fairview; one sister, Brenda Kay Stanford of Troy; one brother, James Ralph Lewis of Westport, and one granddaughter, Bethany Lewis of Fairview.

On 8 Jul 1963 when Larry D. was 18, he married Betty Ann CAPPS, daughter of ? CAPPS. Born on 14 Apr 1947. Resided in Wildersville, Henderson County, Tennessee in Feb 2004.

They had one child:
286 i. Terry L. (1968-)

249. James Ralph LEWIS. Resided in Westport, Carroll County, Tennessee in Dec 2001.

James Ralph married Dorothy DAVIS, daughter of Claudie DAVIS (1928-2002) & Willodean PATTERSON (1929-).

They had one child:
i. Jason R..

On 7 May 2005 Jason R. married Courtney Ann ANDERSON, daughter of Don ANDERSON & Sandra BRINKLEY, in Camden, Benton County, Tennessee.

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