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Earl Monroe Potter
and Mary Strange

Earl Potter
Earl Potter

Earl Monroe Potter b 23 Jul 1928 d 13 May 1953, s/o Levi Frank Potter and Mazie Frances Collier.  Earl Monroe Potter m. Mary Strange b 23 Mar 1929 (twin to Martha); d/o Robert Lee Strange and Winnie Mullins. Children of Earl Monroe Potter and Mary Strange;

1. Edna Earl Potter b 18 Jan 1950 (Lives in Matwan, WV)

2. Billy Wayne Potter b 24 Aug 1951  m. 11 Oct 1970 Ironton OH to (1) Connie Johnson.  Billy Wayne Potter m. 4 Dec 1976 to (2) Diana Lynn Hughes. Billy Wayne Potter m. 20 Oct 1995 to (3) Kelly Ann Wagner. Billy Wayne Potter m. (4) Chasinee Unknown b Thailand.

3. Gary Allen Potter b 4 Aug. 1953 three months after Earl Potter was killed, d 18 Sept 2007. Gary lived in Harlan Co KY. We sadly announce the loss of Gary Allen Potter on 18 September, 2007. Our condolences go out to this family for their loss of their loved one, Gary Allen Potter.


Mary Strange
and Ralph Davis

Mary Strange b 23 Mar 1929 (twin to Martha); d/o Robert Lee Strange and Winnie Mullins. Mary Strange m. (3) to Ralph Davis.


Mary Strange
and Nathan Bailey

Mary Strange b 23 Mar 1929 (twin to Martha); d/o Robert Lee Strange and Winnie Mullins. Mary Strange m. (4) to Nathan Bailey. No known children.


Mary Strange
and Talmage Johnson

Mary Strange b 23 Mar 1929 (twin to Martha Strange); d/o Robert Lee Strange and Winnie Mullins. Talmage Johnson b 24 Mar 1924; s/o Levi Franklin "Frank" Johnson and Osa "Ossie" Bartley. (Levi Franklin "Frank" Johnson s/o John Henry Johnson and Oma Lee Potter).


Thanks to Billy Wayne Potter for submitting this information.


Earl Potter Was Called a Real Man
By Clark Potter 24 July, 2019

My brother, Clark Potter, knew Earl Potter and called him a real man. He was tall and strong and could fight off several men at a time. He was well thought of by his peers in his day and there are many stories about him coming from my brother, Clark. I love to hear these stories and I have begun to think of Earl as a strong, heroic man. I would like to let the family know that in my humble opinion, all his stories about Earl Potter are wonderful to hear and have become legendary in my mind. Written by Annette Potter, Webmaster


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