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Fifth Generation (Continued)

Family of Robert Van WALKER (61) & Betty Ann PATTON

102. Gwen WALKER. Resided in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee in Jul 2001.

Gwen married Ricky DERRYBERRY, son of James DERRYBERRY.

They had one child:
144 i. Deanna

103. Van WALKER.

Van married Jane ?.

They had one child:
i. Rebecca Sue.

On 22 Mar 2003 Rebecca Sue married Jeremy Lee CALHOUN, son of Lee CALHOUN, in Henderson County, Tennessee.

Marriage Announcement: Rebecca Sue Walker and Jeremy Lee Calhoun along with their parents would like to announce their upcoming marriage. Rebecca is the daughter of Van and Jane Walker and the granddaughter of Betty and the late Van Walker of Wildersville, TN, Sue and the late Clyde Hartman of Columbia, TN. Rebecca is a 1999 graduate of Gateway Christian School and is a cosmetologist at Style and Sun, Inc. in Lexington, TN. Jeremy is the son of Debbie and Keith Patterson, Lee and Deborah Calhoun. He is the grandson of Lorene and the late Virgil Blankenship of Lexington, TN, and Hubert and the Dolla Mae Calhoun of Union City, TN. Jeremy is a 1993 graduate of Lexington High School and is employed at the Auto Zone Distribution Center in Lexington. Rebecca and Jeremy will marry at the Public Lodge at Natchez Trace State Park on Saturday, March 22 at 2:00 p.m. All friends and family are invited to come. Invitations were sent only to out of town guests.

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