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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of Andrew T. PRITCHARD (38) & Gurtha GRIGGS

70. Betty PRITCHARD. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee in 1999.

Betty Pritchard Belew worked for the National Guard Association of Tennessee for many years.

Betty married James Edward BELEW, son of Joseph Edward BELEW (1892-1969) & Ruth TUCKER (1895-). Born on 1 Feb 1929. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee in 1999. Alias/AKA: "Ed".

James Edward Belew served full-time in the Tennessee Army National Guard at the state headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee, for many years.

They had the following children:
i. Michael Edward. Born in 1954. Alias/AKA: "Mike".

ii. Steven. Born in 1956.

iii. Joseph Andrew. Born in 1958. Alias/AKA: "Andy".

71. Dewey Andrew PRITCHARD.

Dewey Andrew married Mary June KEE, daughter of Lewis Jason KEE (1898-1967) & Jewel TUCKER (1905-). Born on 26 Jun 1930 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 58, Mary June died in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee on 5 Jun 1989. Buried in Jun 1989 in Oak Hill Cemetery, Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
100 i. Jimmy Dewey (1949-)
ii. Jinny Deborah. Born in 1952.

101 iii. Pamela June (1955-)
iv. Melodie Lea. Born on 21 Feb 1963. Melodie Lea died on 17 Mar 1963.

v. Stephanie Leaann. Born in 1968.

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