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Sixth Generation (Continued)

Family of David Wilford JAMES (53) & Hester Florence BISHOP

115. Carrie JAMES. Born in 1921. At the age of 79, Carrie died in Tennessee on 6 Nov 2000. Buried in Nov 2000 in Beech Bluff Cemetery, Beech Bluff, Madison County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Services for Mrs. Carrie Marie Phillips are today, Wednesday, November 8, 11 a.m. at Reed's Chapel with burial in Beech Bluff Cemetery. Mrs. Phillips, who was 79, died Monday, November 6, at her home of heart disease. She was a homemaker and the widow of J.D. Phillips. She leaves a daughter, Nancy Crossett of Jackson; four sons, Terry Phillips, Charles Phillips, both of Huron, John Phillips and Carl Phillips, both of Beech Bluff; three sisters, Hattie Arthur of Selmer, Susie James and Berdine McDaniel, both of Jackson; two brothers, Shiley James and O.B. James, both of Cedar Grove.

Carrie married J.D. PHILLIPS.

They had the following children:
i. Charles. Charles retired from Huron, Henderson County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

ii. Carl. Resided in Beech Bluff, Madison County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

iii. Nancy. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

Nancy married Unknown CROSSETT.

iv. Terry. Resided in Huron, Henderson County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

v. John. Resided in Beech Bluff, Madison County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.


116. Aubrey JAMES Senior. Born on 26 Aug 1925 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Cedar Grove, Carroll County, Tennessee in Nov 2000. Alias/AKA: "Shiloh".

On 28 Aug 1949 when Aubrey was 24, he married Mary Catherine THETFORD, daughter of Reverend Benjamin Harrison THETFORD (1890-1950) & Willie Fay RUST (1892-1968), in Corinth, Mississippi. Born on 4 Mar 1933 in Henderson County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
209 i. Mary Helen (1958-)
210 ii. Aubrey Lee (1951-)
iii. Ben David. Born on 14 Aug 1957 in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee. Ben David died in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee on 14 Aug 1957.


117. Mary Burdine JAMES. Born on 9 Apr 1928 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

On 11 Mar 1949 when Mary Burdine was 20, she married Arthur Lee McDANIEL, son of Oscar Lee McDANIEL (1902-1983) & Buna May VENSON (1908-), in Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi. Born on 22 Feb 1928 in Henderson County, Tennessee. Resided in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

They had the following children:
211 i. James Arthur (1951-)
212 ii. Bonnie Lou (1953-)
213 iii. Joe Wilford (1957-)
iv. Timothy Martin.

v. Anthony Lee.

vi. Jeffrey Lynn.

vii. Judy Ann.

Judy Ann married Chris OWENS.


118. O. B. JAMES. Resided in Cedar Grove, Carroll County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

O. B. married Rubylene McDANIEL, daughter of Oscar Lee McDANIEL (1902-1983) & Buna May VENSON (1908-). Resided in Cedar Grove, Carroll County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

They had the following children:
214 i. Linda Lou
215 ii. Brenda
iii. Lisa. Born on 4 Nov 1966.

Lisa married Ricky GILBERT.


119. Hattie JAMES. Resided in Selmer, McNairy County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.

Hattie first married Dennis ARTHUR.

They had the following children:
216 i. Danny
217 ii. Betty Cheryl (1953-)
iii. Cathy.


Hattie second married WISER.

They had one child:
i. Mildred.


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