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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of Lem J. WALL (39) & Alice TOCH

93. Martin Onnie WALL. Born on 27 Nov 1895 in Yuma, Tennessee, Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 78, Martin Onnie died on 19 Aug 1974. Buried in 1974 in Roans Creek Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 6 Jul 1919 when Martin Onnie was 23, he married Essie Mae JOHNSON, daughter of Albert S. JOHNSON (1867-1947) & Susan Frances FLAKE (1878-1975). Born on 1 Apr 1899 in Huntingdon, Tennessee. At the age of 84, Essie Mae died on 25 Jul 1983. Buried in 1983 in Roans Creek Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
i. Brady Yvonne. Born on 17 Jul 1920. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.

Brady Yvonne married Virgil JOHNSON. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.

ii. Alice Carolyn. Born on 6 Dec 1922. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.

iii. Martin Johnson. Born on 3 Sep 1930. At the age of 12, Martin Johnson died on 9 Nov 1942. Buried in 1942 in Roans Creek Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

iv. Frances Mae. Born on 21 Dec 1935. Resided in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.

184 v. Helen Joy (1935-)
vi. William Henry. Born on 27 Apr 1939. Resided in Frederick, Maryland. Occupation: US Department of Commerce.

William Henry married Connie TAYLOR. Resided in Frederick, Maryland.


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