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Virginia Mae Toon Bayles
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Birth: Nov. 24, 1922
Cookeville
Putnam County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Jan. 22, 2005
Franklin
Simpson County
Kentucky, USA

Virginia Mae Toon Bayles, 82, of Franklin died Jan. 23, 2005, at The Medical Center. The Cookville, Tenn., native was a member of New Hope Baptist Church. She owned and operated Bayles Brothers Grocery in the Prices Mill community of Simpson County for 25 years, along with her husband, the late Russell Bayles. She was a daughter of the late Minor Berry Toon and Emma Dee Cook Toon. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Crafton Funeral Home, with burial in Sulphur Spring Cemetery. Survivors include three sons, Donnie, Ricky and Jody Bayles, all of Franklin; a sister, Gertrude Dinwiddie of Franklin; and three grandsons, Todd, Eric and Benjamin Bayles, all of Franklin.

Obit courtesy of Crafton Funeral Home 
 
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 Parents:
  Minor Berry Toon (1894 - 1972)
  Emma Dee Cook Toon (1899 - 1978)
 
 Spouse:
  Joseph Russell Bayles (1922 - 1995)
 
 Children:
  Donnie Russell Bayles (1944 - 2014)*
  Joseph Rickey Bayles (1947 - 2006)*
 
 Siblings:
  Gertrude Toon Dinwiddie (1921 - 2008)*
  Virginia Mae Toon Bayles (1922 - 2005)
  James Berry Toon (1925 - 1935)*
  Alton Parker Toon (1929 - 1974)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Sulphur Springs Cemetery SW 56
Franklin
Simpson County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: SLW
Record added: Apr 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36589220
Virginia Mae <i>Toon</i> Bayles
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Virginia Mae <i>Toon</i> Bayles
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