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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of Homer WILLIAMSON (54) & Jessie Anna MEALS

120. John Daniel WILLIAMSON. Born on 4 Mar 1925. Resided in Cedar Grove, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1999.

On 14 Aug 1948 when John Daniel was 23, he married Rita Mae JOHNSON, daughter of William Joseph JOHNSON (1901-) & Effie Mae LEWELLING (1907-). Born on 14 May 1933. Resided in Cedar Grove, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1999.

They had the following children:
198 i. James Stephen (1949-)
199 ii. Patti Joan (1952-)
200 iii. Sarita Denise (1965-)

121. Alberta Mae WILLIAMSON. Born on 9 Nov 1930.

Alberta Mae married James Sanders STEWART, son of Dorsey Lee STEWART & Maggie Lee BARKER. Born on 16 Jun 1927. Religion: Independent Baptist preacher. Alias/AKA: "Jimmy".

They had the following children:
201 i. Rhonda Jean (1953-)
202 ii. James Ronald (1956-)
203 iii. Ricky Lynn (1960-)

122. Linda Faye WILLIAMSON. Born on 31 Jul 1940.

On 14 May 1960 when Linda Faye was 19, she married Glenville REED, son of Marvin REED. Born on 9 Feb 1928. At the age of 63, Glenville died on 10 Oct 1991. Buried in Oct 1991 in Clarksburg Cemetery, Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee. Glenville served Corporal, US Army, Korea. Alias/AKA: "Jim".

They had the following children:
204 i. Jeffrey Glynn (1961-)
205 ii. Dwight Alan (1965-)

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