Andrew Jackson Potter
and Eliza Johnson

L-R Back: Flaudeen Potter Dickerson and Father, Andrew Jackson Potter. L-R Front: Winnie Mullins, Geraldeen Dickerson Key and Mardila Mullins Potter - 5 Generational Photo - Photo From Brandy Hayes Fannin
Andrew Jackson Potter b 1891; s/o Albritton Britt Potter and Mardela Mullins. Andrew Jackson Potter m. Eliza Johnson. Children of Andrew Jackson Potter and Eliza Johnson;

1. Ethel Potter; m. Male Silvey

2. Sally Potter; m. Male Fridenmaker

3. Peggy Potter; m. Male Miller

4. Charlotte Potter; m. Male Thomas

5. Jackie Potter; m. Male Davis

6. Evelyn Potter; m. Male Compton

7. Linda Potter; m. Male Hartley

8. Abram Potter

9. Flaudeen Potter b 26 Jul 1925 Yeager, KY d 21 Aug 2012 Jackson OH; m. 25 Nov 1947 to Charles Gerald Buck Dickerson. Children of Charles Gerald Buck Dickerson and Flaudeen Potter;

i. Geraldeen Dickerson; m. Michael Key

ii. Thomas Dickerson; m. Rose Unknown

iii. Richard Dickerson; m. Joan Unknown

iv. Elizabeth Dickerson; m. Rick Wittmann

v. Donald Lee Ike Dickerson; m. Barbie Unknown.

vi. James Anderson Dickerson


Obituary of Flaudeen Potter Dickerson

Flaudeen (Potter) Dickerson, age 87, of Wellston, passed away Tuesday, August 21, 2012, at the Holzer Medical Center in Jackson, Ohio. She was born July 26, 1925 in Yeager, Kentucky, the daughter of the late Andrew Jackson Potter and Eliza Johnson Potter. Flaudeen was five years old when her family moved to Thurman, Ohio, where she graduated from Centerville High School in 1944. In 1946, they moved to Mulga, Ohio, near Wellston, where she lived the rest of her life. She was married to Buck Dickerson on November 25, 1947 and they had 42 wonderful years together. Her greatest joy was having her family together. She loved taking care of others and she worked many years as a caregiver and nurses aid. Flaudeen was an accomplished oak furniture maker. Her tables and bookcases are treasured by her friends and family. She loved the outdoors and her hobbies included exploring for Indian artifacts and antler sheds on her ATV. Flaudeen was a member of the Hope United Methodist Church in Wellston.

She is survived by her children, Geraldeen Key (Michael) of Wellston, Thomas Dickerson (Rose) of Wellston, Richard Dickerson (Joan) of West Jefferson, Elizabeth Wittmann (Rick) of Winchester, Ky. and Donald Lee "Ike" Dickerson (Barbie) of Wellston; her sisters, Ethel Silvey of Jackson, Sally Fridenmaker of Centerville and Peggy Miller of Perris, Calf.; grandchildren, Dave Kisor, Doug Kisor, Devin Kisor, Annie Dickerson, Abbigail Dickerson, Connor Dickerson, Jennifer Sparks, Jimmy Simpson, Will Wittmann, Donald Dickerson, Thomas Dickerson, Amanda Creamer, Katie Dickerson and Lyza Dickerson, as well as 15 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, Flaudeen was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Gerald "Buck" Dickerson; son, James Andrew Dickerson; sisters, Charlotte Thomas, Jackie Davis, Evelyn Compton and Linda Hartley, and her brother, Abram Potter. Calling hours will be Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the McWilliams Funeral Home in Wellston. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the McWilliams Funeral Home with Pastor Brian Vinson officiating. Burial will follow in the Mt. Carmel Cemetery.


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