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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of John Ora ROSSER (37) & Lottie Elizabeth HAITHCOAT

81. James Jefferson ROSSER. Born on 30 Dec 1918 in Wildersville, Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 58, James Jefferson died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 15 Dec 1977. Buried in Dec 1977 in Jones Cemetery, Parkers Crossroads, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Resided in McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee, at the time of his death. Alias/AKA: "Jeff".

On 9 Jan 1937 when James Jefferson was 18, he married Ruby Pearl KIZER, daughter of George Estis KIZER (1887-) & Malissa Rachel DAVIS (1883-), in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee. Born on 11 Jul 1917 in Wildersville, Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee in 1970. Alias/AKA: "Pearl".

They had the following children:
i. Patricia Gayle. Born on 1 Jan 1940 in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee. Resided in Arlington, Virginia in 1970. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in 2001.

Patricia Gayle lived for many years in Arlington, Virginia.

In 1998 when Patricia Gayle was 57, she married Timothy CLARK, in Gatlinburg, Sevier County, Tennessee.

159 ii. Brenda Kay (1942-)
iii. Phyllis Anne (Foster). Born on 17 Mar 1942. Resided in Riverside, California in Aug 2001.

Phyllis Anne married ? TIPPLE.

160 iv. Candice Diane (1956-)

James and Pearl moved to McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee, in 1957.

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