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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of Doctor Daniel B. Homer McGILL (81) & Gracie V. McDOWELL

208. May McGILL. Resided in Tupelo, Mississippi in 1941.

May McGill married J.W. Dunn whom she met when he was holding a revival in Carroll County. They had three children, Margaret, retired, lived in Arlington, Texas. Jasper, retired, lived near Maryville, Tennessee. Homer, deceased, lived in Dallas, Texas. J.W. Dunn spent much of his life in Texas but returned to Tennessee and died in Memphis.

May married Jasper William DUNN Senior, son of Thomas Franklin DUNN & Levisa NELSON. Religion: Church of Christ Minister.

They had the following children:
i. Margaret.

404 ii. Miriam May
405 iii. Jasper William
406 iv. Homer McGill

209. Grace McGILL. Born in 1885. At the age of 85, Grace died in 1970. Buried in 1970 in Lexington Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1941. Occupation: School Teacher.

Grace taught in the elementary schools in Carroll and Henderson Counties. They had one son, J.D. Tilson, who died while serving in the army in World War II. May McGill made her home with Grace.

Grace married J. Dudley TILSON Senior. Born in 1882. At the age of 81, J. Dudley died in 1963. Buried in 1963 in Lexington Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Occupation: Grocery Company Sales.

They had one child:
407 i. J.Dudley (-1946)

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