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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of William Jess OLIVE (21) & Betty LYON

42. Jessie Mae OLIVE. Born on 17 Apr 1892. At the age of 64, Jessie Mae died in Apr 1957. Buried in 1957 in Jones Cemetery, Wildersville, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Jessie Mae married Joe Priestly PARKER, son of Sidney George PARKER (1860-1937) & Frances Provie BARNHILL (1863-1933). Born on 27 Feb 1894. At the age of 42, Joe Priestly died in 1937. Buried in 1937 in Jones Cemetery, Wildersville, Henderson County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
97 i. Maxine (1910-2001)
98 ii. Dennis Priestly (1912-)
iii. Juanita. Born on 28 Sep 1913. Resided in McLemoresville, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Juanita married ? BEALS.

99 iv. W.J. (1916-1990)
v. Joe Olive. Born on 4 Mar 1918. At the age of 2, Joe Olive died on 4 Mar 1920. Buried in Mar 1920 in Jones Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Joe Olive Parker, little son of Joe and Jessie Mae Parker, aged about two years, died Thursday night of last week of influenza and congestion. Burial was in Jones Cemetery, Rev. Fleetwood Ball officiating.

100 vi. Howell (1920-1964)
101 vii. Frances Louise (1922-)
102 viii. Faustina (1925-)
103 ix. Katherine (1930-1995)
x. Jo Helen. Born on 15 Jun 1933.

104 xi. Cecil Ray (1937-2001)

43. Myrtle Ophelia OLIVE.

Myrtle Ophelia married William Thomas BEAL.

They had the following children:
i. Jack.

ii. Vetola.

iii. Carlos.

105 iv. Clinton

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