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FIVE GENERATIONS
FIVE GENERATIONS

Mary Riggs Thoman of Franklin County (left) is shown with her family, marking five generations. Standing next to Thoman is her great-granddaughter, Mary Alexis Cash of Cumberland County, holding Thoman's great-great-grandson, Brian Taylor Cash; Thoman's granddaughter, Mary Renee Creekmore; and her daughter, Melody Lee Jarman, both of Franklin County.


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<i>Golden anniversary</i>
Golden anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Oakley celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Nov. 11, 2018 at Pearce Baptist Church Annex. The celebration was hosted by their daughter, Amy O. Leonard, and grandchildren Skylar and Lexi Leonard. Approximately 70 guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. Oakley were married on Nov. 9, 1968 in Zebulon.


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