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Family of James Monroe CARY (7) & Cynthia Jane AKIN

34. Dora Rosabelle CARY. Born on 16 Aug 1874 in Tennessee. At the age of 82, Dora Rosabelle died on 19 Dec 1956. Buried in Dec 1956 in Farmville Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

In 1901 when Dora Rosabelle was 26, she married John M. SCOTT, son of James J. SCOTT (1843-1918) & Tabitha BRITT (1848-1881). Born on 5 Jan 1877 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 85, John M. died on 8 Nov 1962. Buried in Nov 1962 in Farmville Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
113 i. Everett Chester (1902-1962)
114 ii. Linnie Jane (1903-1995)
115 iii. Elgar Lee (1906-1997)

35. Walter Luther CARY. Born in 1876. Resided in Senath, Dunklin County, Missouri in Feb 1924.

Walter Luther married Sally NAPIER.

They had the following children:
i. Elnora. Born in 1902.

Elnora married Irvin HARRIS.

ii. John Raymond. Born in 1904.

John Raymond married Lucille BANFIELD.

iii. Vera Mae. Born in 1907.

Vera Mae married Marcus DERRYBERRY.

iv. Lora Jane. Born in 1909.

Lora Jane married Earl DALE.

v. Captola. Born in 1914.

Captola married Wilton S MALONE.

36. Martha Lou Eller CARY. Born in 1886. Resided in Senath, Dunklin County, Missouri in Feb 1924.

Martha Lou Eller married Sam PARISH.

They had one child:
i. Brooksie Nell. Born in 1920.

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