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Fourth Generation (Continued)

Family of William Franklin LEDSINGER (27) & Elizabeth Mae TRAYWICK

66. Gene Howard LEDSINGER. Born in Apr 1908. At the age of 66, Gene Howard died on 29 Nov 1974.

Gene Howard married Nola Beuton DAVIDSON. Born in Mar 1912.

They had the following children:
150 i. Franklin Eugene (1931-)
ii. Nancy Lynn. Born on 28 Jan 1938 in Jackson, Madison County, Tennesseee.


67. Frank Talmadge LEDSINGER. Born on 20 Mar 1910. At the age of 38, Frank Talmadge died on 7 Nov 1948.

Frank Talmadge married Merl YOUNGER.

They had the following children:
i. Lloyd.

ii. Raymond.


68. Harold William LEDSINGER. Born on 17 Sep 1914 in McLemoresville, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Child:
151 i. Judy Lynn (1945-)

69. Claude Everett LEDSINGER. Born in 1916.

Children:
i. Larry Douglas. Born on 5 Jul 1948.

ii. Gary Donald. Born on 18 Mar 1957.


70. Dorothy Elizabeth LEDSINGER. Born on 14 Dec 1925 in McLemoresville, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Dorothy Elizabeth married John Lewis RUMMAGE. Born on 23 Jun 1924. At the age of 73, John Lewis died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 7 Nov 1997.

They had the following children:
152 i. Beverly (1951-)
ii. Roslyn Ann. Born on 1 Jan 1953.

Roslyn Ann married Tim ROBBINS.

iii. Gloria Jane. Born on 4 Feb 1957.

iv. Maria Francis. Born on 8 Nov 1959.

Maria Francis married Joseph McGREGOR.


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