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Family of John Zelma DUKE Senior (61) & Rubie MANESS

163. Georgia Wynema DUKE. Born on 11 Jun 1935 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 67, Georgia Wynema died in Northlake Medical Center, Atlanta, Georgia on 7 Jun 2003. Buried on 9 Jun 2003 in Carroll County Memorial Gardens, McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Services for Georgia Wynema Daily, formerly of McKenzie were at 1:00 p.m., Monday, June 9 at Brummitt Funeral Home with Bro. Vance Rushing officiating. Burial was in the Carroll Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Daily died on Saturday, June 7 at Northlake Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia. She was born June 11, 1935 in Henderson County to the late Ruby Maness Duke and John Duke. Survivors include a son, Sam Daily of Carrollton, Georgia; a daughter, Valerie Moore of Carrollton, Georgia; a brother, John Duke of McKenzie; three sisters, Betty Laughlin of McKenzie, Frances Cary of Huntingdon and Geneva Deere of Lexington; and four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Floyd Daily.

Georgia Wynema married Floyd DAILY.

They had the following children:
i. Sam. Resided in Carrollton, Georgia in Jun 2003.

ii. Valerie. Resided in Carrollton, Georgia in Jun 2003.

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