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Ann Catherine Hulsey Garren
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Birth: May 13, 1885
Death: Aug. 9, 1924

Daughter of Rev Thomas Russell & Mary Jane Mote Hulsey. Grandparents were: Kenion Tarpley & Millie Sanders Hulsey; Franklin & Martha E Mote. Great-grandparents were: Charles & Nancy Pate Hulsey; Jonathan & Lucy Adair Sanders; William & Sarah Mote; GG-grandparents were William & Catherine Pate; Hardy & Elizabeth Sanders; Bozeman & Sarah Adair. She was the mother of Stella M, Virgil Edward, Minnie, Mary Myrtle, Albert Anderson, Allie Grace, Zoras Hubert, Ruby A, J B, and Troy L.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Thomas Russell Hulsey (1850 - 1921)
  Mary Jane Mote Hulsey (1850 - 1925)
 
 Spouse:
  John Richard Garren (1875 - 1931)
 
 Children:
  Stella M. Garren Peek (1907 - 1977)*
  Albert Anderson Garren (1915 - 1993)*
  Allie Grace Garren Bell (1917 - 1991)*
  Zoras Hubert Garren (1919 - 1919)*
  Ruby A. Garren (1920 - 1921)*
  J. B. Garren (1922 - 1942)*
 
 Siblings:
  Joseph Franklin Hulsey (1878 - 1947)*
  James Bartley Hulsey (1879 - 1950)*
  William Thomas Hulsey (1881 - 1965)*
  Hilborn Whit Hulsey (1883 - 1946)*
  Ann Catherine Hulsey Garren (1885 - 1924)
  Rebecca Elizabeth Hulsey Colvard (1887 - 1978)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery
Rosalie
Jackson County
Alabama, USA
 
Created by: Debbie Z*~
Record added: Nov 10, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100461236
Ann Catherine <i>Hulsey</i> Garren
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Ann Catherine <i>Hulsey</i> Garren
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 Added: Nov. 10, 2012
 
 
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