Descendants of JESSIE DICUS
Generation No. 1
1. JESSIE3 DICUS (OZE2, ELIJAH1) was born 1824 in WAYNE COUNTY TN. He married (1) NANCY RAY, daughter of EATON RAY and RACHEAL. He married (2) MARY E. GRIMES August 27, 18631.
Children of JESSIE DICUS and NANCY RAY are:
i. JESSIE4 DICUS.
iii. RACHEL HARRIETT DICUS, b. 1847; m. JAMES MADISON MATHIS.
iv. JOHN DICUS, b. 1849.
v. OZE DICUS, b. 1851; m. SARAH S. ROBERTS, October 17, 1878, WAYNE COUNTY TN2.
vi. FEREBA DICUS, b. 1853; m. THOMAS ROBERTS, October 05, 1871, WAYNE COUNTY TN2.
vii. DANEL R. DICUS, b. 1855.
viii. MARY R. DICUS, b. 1857; m. JAMES H. BRASHER, April 16, 1878, WAYNE COUNTY TN2.
ix. RODY M. DICUS, b. 1859; m. JOHN PICKETT, WAYNE COUNTY, TN.
x. SARAH DICUS, b. 1864.
Children of JESSIE DICUS and MARY GRIMES are:
xi. SARAH FANNIE M.4 DICUS, b. 1865.
xii. JESSIE E DICUS, b. Abt. 1867.
xiii. GEORGE B. DICUS, b. Abt. 1869.
xiv. JANIE DICUS, b. Abt. 1870.
xv. SOPHIE W. DICUS, b. Abt. 1872.
1. Wayne County TN Marriage Book Two, page 9.
2. WAYNE COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS
Descendants of RODY M. DICUS
Generation No. 2
1. RODY M.4 DICUS (JESSIE3, OZE2, ELIJAH1) was born 1859. She married JOHN PICKETT in WAYNE COUNTY, TN.
Children of RODY DICUS and JOHN PICKETT are:
i. BOB5 PICKETT.
ii. BETTY PICKETT.
iii. JESS PICKETT, b. Abt. 1888.
iv. HENRY PICKETT, b. October 04, 1893, WAYNE COUNTY, TN; d. April 16, 1923, AKRON, OHIO; m. ROXIE CONWAY, March 01, 1914, WAYNE COUNTY, TN.
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