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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of Onnis L. COFFMAN (85) & Bertha V. ROBBINS

214. Mary Elizabeth COFFMAN. Born on 29 Aug 1922 in Wildersville, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Humboldt, Gibson County, Tennessee.

On 18 Apr 1944 when Mary Elizabeth was 21, she married James Bryant WILSON, son of James Virgil WILSON & Tranny Mai CASEY. Born on 6 Mar 1924 in Humboldt, Tennessee. Resided in Humboldt, Gibson County, Tennessee.

They had one child:
384 i. James Larry (1945-)

215. Melba Melita COFFMAN. Born on 16 Aug 1928. Resided in Cincinnati, Ohio.

On 6 Feb 1948 when Melba Melita was 19, she married Bobby K. JONES. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio.

They had one child:
385 i. Ronald George (1954-)

216. Thomas L. COFFMAN. Born on 3 Mar 1932 in Spring Creek, Madison County, Tennessee. Resided in Willow Springs, Illinois. Occupation: He worked for General Matan Corporation in Willow Springs, Illinois.

Military: Thomas L. Coffman participated in the Korean Conflict.

On 22 May 1954 when Thomas L. was 22, he married Lou Belle PETTY, daughter of Roy PETTY & Lena THOMAS. Born on 4 Dec 1927.

They had the following children:
386 i. Lena Susan (1952-)
387 ii. Shaunda Lou (1955-)
388 iii. Joseph Petty (1957-)
389 iv. Thomas L. (1959-)
390 v. Sarianne (1963-)

Thomas Coffman's wife, Lou Belle Petty Coffman, and family lived in Wildersville, Henderson County, Tennessee.

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