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Seventh Generation (Continued)

Family of Mamie Lois MEALS (368) & Luther Vincent GURLEY

597. Melvin Ellsworth GURLEY. Born on 23 Sep 1923.

Melvin Ellsworth married Maxine SEAGRAVES, daughter of Lien SEAGRAVES & Mary Elizabeth ROBERTSON.

They had the following children:
756 i. Gregor Mendol (1947-)
ii. Mark. Born on 26 Jun 1962 in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee.

598. Marie GURLEY. Born on 2 Aug 1924.

On 6 Nov 1943 when Marie was 19, she married James SNIDER. Born on 22 Apr 1925. At the age of 58, James died on 14 Oct 1983.

They had the following children:
i. Loretta Diane. Born on 12 Jan 1945. At the age of 5, Loretta Diane died on 14 Nov 1950. Buried in Nov 1950 in New Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

757 ii. James Danny (1948-)
758 iii. Dennis Vincent (1955-)

599. Reverend Marshall Harold GURLEY. Born on 16 Nov 1928. Religion: Independent Missionary Baptist Preacher. Alias/AKA: "Dode".

On 22 Jul 1944 when Marshall Harold was 15, he married Siddie Ellene KIRBY (616) , daughter of Charlie B. KIRBY (1897-1963) & Donnie DOUGLAS (379) (1900-), in Tennesseee.

They had the following children:
759 i. Nickey Lavaughan (1945-)
760 ii. Thomas Harold (1948-)
761 iii. Sandra Jean (1952-)

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