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Eighth Generation (Continued)

Family of Jerry Wayne SINGLETON (332) & Jenette CARY

408. Shelia Sue SINGLETON. Born on 28 Aug 1969 in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 32, Shelia Sue died in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee on 15 Mar 2002. Buried on 17 Mar 2002 in Sellers Hill Cemetery, Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Sheila Sue Hart, 32, of Cedar Grove, died Friday, March 15, at the Baptist Memorial Hospital of injuries she received in an automobile accident. Services were held on Sunday, March 17, in the Dilday Funeral Home Chapel. Brother Orvind Dangeau officiated. Burial followed in the Sellers Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers who served were Lewis Cary, Keith Wallace, Mark Zurofsky, Ronald Hampton, Jerry Singleton and Alan Baumgardner. Ms. Hart was born August 28, 1969, in Huntingdon. She was an employee of Southern Source in Milan and a member of the Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her father, Jerry Wayne Singleton; and her grandparents, Wayne and Sarah Singleton, and Robert Cary. She is survived by her mother, Jenette Singleton; two sons, Daniel Lynn Hart and Dustin Lynn Hart, both of Cedar Grove; her companion, Ricky Taylor of Cedar Grove; and her maternal grandmother, Lucille Smith of Bruceton


Shelia Sue married ? HART.

They had the following children:
i. Daniel Lynn.

ii. Dustin Lynn.


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