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Family of Mary Lucinda MASSEY (9) & Thomas L. STANFORD

28. Betty Jane STANFORD. Born in Jun 1867 in Carroll County, Tennessee. Buried in 1948 in Rock Springs Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 80, Betty Jane died in Tennessee in 1948. Resided in District 16, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1870.

Betty Jane married Rayborne Washington DOUGLAS, son of Archibald Young DOUGLAS (1820-1910) & Martha Jane MORROW (1826-1871). Born on 6 Feb 1867 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 70, Rayborne Washington died in Henderson County, Tennessee on 10 May 1937. Buried in 1937 in Rock Springs Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Alias/AKA: "Rabe".

Obituary: Raben Washington Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Douglas, was born February 6, 1867, and died May 9th, 1937, aged 70 years. He was married to Miss Betty Jane Stanford fifty-four years ago and to this union four children were born: Emmett and Paul of Rock Springs, Carlos and Mrs. Boyd Little, of Whitthorn, Mississippi, all surviving.

They had the following children:
74 i. Emmett (1884-1966)
ii. Josie. Born in Mar 1886. Resided in Whitthorn, Mississippi in 1937.

In 1916 when Josie was 29, she married Boyd LITTLE, in Henderson County, Tennessee.

iii. Carlos. Born in Jun 1897 in Tennessee. Resided in Whitthorn, Mississippi in 1937.

Carlos married Annie S. ?. Born around 1903 in Tennessee.

75 iv. Paul S. (1908-)

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