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Family of Connie HATCH (158) & Virgie ARNOLD

254. Inez HATCH.

Inez married William Max SCATES. Born in 1923. At the age of 77, William Max died in Henderson County, Tennessee on 10 Dec 2000. Buried in Dec 2000 in Oak Grove Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Retired farmer and retired Murray Guard.

Obituary: Services for William Max Scates were Tuesday, December 12 at Reed's Chapel with burial in Bible Grove Cemetery. Mr. Scates, who was 77, died Sunday, December 10, at Cordova Rehab Center of staff infection. He was a retired farmer and retired from Murray Guard. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Inez Hatch Scates of Wildersville; three sons, David Scates of Memphis, Dale Scates of Cookeville and Donald Scates of Franklin; two sisters, Lucille Blankenship of Lexington and Raymell Johnson of Memphis and two grandchildren.

They had the following children:
i. David. Resided in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee in Dec 2000.

ii. Dale. Resided in Cookeville, Putman County, Tennessee in Dec 2000.

iii. Donald. Resided in Franklin, Tennessee in Dec 2000.

255. Betty Lou HATCH. Born on 13 Sep 1937.

Betty Lou married Floyd Eugene TODD, son of Rufus Floyd TODD (1907-1973) & Daisy Myrtle WOOD (1907-1954). Born on 27 Jun 1936.

They had the following children:
i. Betty Katherine. Born on 13 Nov 1961.

ii. Kenneth Eugene. Born on 18 Jan 1962.

iii. Cheryl Ann. Born on 8 Feb 1963.

iv. Patty Lynn. Born on 14 Mar 1966.

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