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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of Mary Letha ROSS (13) & Eugene Voul Vird ROSSER

33. Mable Jewell ROSSER. Born on 19 Nov 1915 in Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 5 Sep 1932 when Mable Jewell was 16, she first married William Freeman THOMPSON, son of Will Gaston THOMPSON (1887-1963) & Ollie Esther DOUGLAS, in Henderson County, Tennessee. Born in 1912. At the age of 27, William Freeman died in 1939. Buried in 1939 in Palestine Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had one child:
i. James Joel. Born on 15 Nov 1934.

James Joel first married Francis NEWSOM.

James Joel second married Betsy NUNN.


On 30 Jun 1941 when Mable Jewell was 25, she second married Olen McDANIEL, son of Samuel R. McDANIEL (1873-1955) & Lena THOMAS (1882-1918), in Henderson County, Tennessee. Born on 8 Oct 1914. At the age of 70, Olen died on 31 Dec 1984. Buried in 1985 in Antioch Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee. Olen served the Army in World War II. They were divorced on 23 Jun 1960 in Carroll County, Tennessee.

Olen McDaniel and Mabel Jewell Rosser had no children.

On 6 Jul 1960 when Mable Jewell was 44, she third married John COFFMAN, in Memphis, Missouri. Born on 1 Mar 1907. At the age of 85, John died on 1 Nov 1992. Buried in 1992 in Palestine Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

John Coffman and Mable Jewell Rosser had no children.

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