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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of Vera Z. SPRINGER (32) & Bennie COLLINS

51. Bertie Lou COLLINS. Born on 6 Oct 1934. Resided in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee in Oct 2004.

In Sep 1954 when Bertie Lou was 19, she married Glenn WARBRITTON. Born on 19 Sep 1931.

They had the following children:
i. Barry Glenn. Born on 25 Mar 1959.

78 ii. Gina Carol (1962-)

50th Anniversary Announcement: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rainey cordially invite you to join them in celebrating the fiftieth wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Warbritton. Glenn is retired from the Carroll County Electrical Department, and Bertie Lou is a retired employee of the former Bank of Huntingdon. The event will be held at the FirstBank Activities Building located on Main Street in Huntingdon on September 28 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Your presence will be their gift; they respectfully request no other.

52. Nellie Yvonne COLLINS. Born in 1938. Resided in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee in Oct 2004.

On 9 Feb 1956 when Nellie Yvonne was 18, she first married William Edward CARTER. Born on 24 Nov 1936. Resided in Olive Branch, Mississippi in May 2003.

They had the following children:
79 i. Stephen Edward (1957-)
80 ii. Celena Marie (1960-)
81 iii. Alicia Marline (1961-)
iv. Robin Annette. Born on 21 Oct 1963.

82 v. Mitchell Collins (1963-)

Nellie Yvonne second married Jack McCASLIN.

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