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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of Arthur Marion ROARK (41) & Ruby J. SPRINGER

114. Vida ROARK. Vida died in 1959.

Vida married James Audrain GOOCH, son of Arzie GOOCH & Mary Ann STOKES. Born on 2 Dec 1914 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 87, James Audrain died in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee on 2 Jan 2002. Buried on 5 Jan 2002 in Carroll County Memorial Gardens, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Obituary: James Audraine Gooch, 87, of Huntingdon, died Wednesday, January 2, at the Baptist Memorial Hospital. Services were held on Saturday, January 5, in the Dilday Funeral Home Chapel. Brothers Rufus Chandler, A.G. Hayes and Lynn Stapleton officiated. Burial followed in the Carroll Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers who served were Chet Rogers, Trey Quirk, Rickey Wilson, Chris Edwards, Richard Gooch and Clint Wilson. Mr. Gooch, the son of the late Arzie and Mary Ann Stokes Gooch, was born December 2, 1914, in Carroll County. He was a retired millwright, a deacon and the oldest member of the Concord Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Vida Roark Gooch, who died in 1959; his second wife, Eloise Bates Gooch, who died in 1994; and two brothers, Joe Lee Gooch and Dwayne Gooch. He is survived by a son, James Waldon Gooch of Memphis; three daughters and sons-in-law, Patricia and R.C. Wilson of Huntingdon, Karen and Paul Simmons of Antioch, and Pamela and Sammy Edwards of Yuma; a stepdaughter, Mary Jo Watson of Joliet, Illinois; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.



They had the following children:
237 i. Karen (1947-)
ii. James Waldon.

iii. Patricia.

238 iv. Pamela

115. Charline ROARK.

Charline married Aubrey D. WARBRITTON, son of Eber WARBRITTON (1895-1922) & Verlie MITCHELL (1900-1991). Born on 11 Feb 1919 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 81, Aubrey D. died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 9 Dec 2000. Buried in Dec 2000 in Carroll County Memorial Gardens, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Aubrey D. Warbritton, 81, of Huntingdon, died Saturday, December 9, at the Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. Services were held on Monday, December 11, at the Dilday Funeral Home Chapel. Bro. Bill Goodpasture, Bro. Don Readhimer and Mark Gooch officiated. Burial followed in the Carroll Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers who served were Jeffrey Warbritton, Greg Hardy, Jimmy Jones, Steve Brown, Jeffery Barnett, Mark Gooch, Kerry Gooch, and Waldon Gooch. Mr. Warbritton, the son of the late Eber and Verlie Mitchell Warbritton, was born February 11, 1919, in Carroll County. He was a World War II Army Veteran and a member of Huntingdon Church of Christ. He was a sheet metal worker and retired from the Milan Arsenal in 1984. An infant sister, Brooksie Warbritton, also preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Charline Roark Warbritton; a daughter and son-in-law, Janie and Bobby Hardy of Huntingdon; a son and daughter-in-law, Ronald and Linda Warbritton of Nashville; a brother and sister-in-law, William Doyle and Dorothy Warbritton of Wilmington, Delaware. He also leaves grandchildren, Carol and husband Jimmy Jones of Jackson, Jennifer and husband Steve Brown of Springfield, Greg Hardy and fiancee Mindy Powell of Clarksville, and Jeffrey Warbritton of Nashville; and two great-grandchildren, Jessica Jones and Bryce Dunn.

They had the following children:
239 i. Janie
240 ii. Ronald A.

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