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Seventh Generation (Continued)

Family of Ruby Pearl KIZER (293) & James Jefferson ROSSER

680. Brenda Kay ROSSER. Born on 27 Feb 1942 in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee. Resided in McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1970.

On 1 Apr 1966 when Brenda Kay was 24, she married Kenneth Lee DOSTER, in McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
i. David Ray. Born on 30 Apr 1967 in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee.

David Ray married Lisa ?.

ii. Stacy Lynn. Born on 10 Oct 1970 in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee.

Stacy Lynn married Timothy STERLING. They were divorced.


681. Candice Diane ROSSER. Born on 17 Mar 1956 in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee. Resided in Decatur, Alabama in Aug 2001. Alias/AKA: "Candy".

Candice grew up in McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee. After college move to Northern Virginia.

Resided in Northern Virginia until 1986, then moved to Alabama.

On 27 Sep 1980 when Candice Diane was 24, she married Daniel Thomas BEASLEY, son of Charles Lindsey BEASLEY & Juanita Christine MORRIS, in McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 20 Jan 1956 in Tipton County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
i. Jeffrey Kyle. Born on 7 May 1985 in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia. Resided in Decatur, Alabama in Aug 2001.

ii. Cara Danielle. Born on 26 Sep 1988 in Decatur, Morgan County, Alabama.


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