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  • Jun 28, 1920
    "Who's Sorry Now?" songwriter Ted Snyder and his wife, Hope, are officially divorced
    Jun 30, 1920
    Eddie Stoneman is born in Galax, Virginia. The oldest of Ernest "Pop" Stoneman's 15 children, he plays occasionally with the Stoneman Family, but opts for more steady forms of employment
    Jul 14, 1920
    Songwriter Marijohn Wilkin is born in Kemp, Texas. The mother of John "Bucky" Wilkin, she writes such hits as "One Day At A Time," "The Long Black Veil," "P.T. 109" and "Waterloo." She also mentors Kris Kristofferson
    Dec 28, 1920
    Bessie Lee Mauldin is born in Norwood, North Carolina. She becomes a longtime companion of bluegrass legend Bill Monroe and plays bass on his 1959 country hit "Gotta Travel On"
    Dec 31, 1920
    Rex Allen Jr.'s father, Rex Allen, is born in Willcox, Arizona. Considered the last of the singing cowboys, the western performer enjoys a handful of hits, including 1953's "Crying In The Chapel" and 1962's "Don't Go Near The Indians"
    Feb 1, 1922
    Steel guitarist Doyle Turner is born. Along with his wife, Bernice, he plays for nearly two years in the 1940s as a member of Hank Williams' band. Son Robby Turner will appear on hits by Jamey Johnson, Gary Allan and Travis Tritt, among others
    Aug 1, 1922
    Marie Hawkins is born in Boston, Massachusetts. She becomes the second wife of Nat "King" Cole, marrying him in 1948, and the mother of Country Music Association awards nominee Natalie Cole
    Oct 5, 1922
    Bobbie Jett is born. Jett becomes one of Hank Williams' girlfriends and gives birth to his daughter shortly after Williams' death. The daughter, who adopts the name Jett Williams, engages in a lengthy court battle to prove her inheritance
    Dec 20, 1922
    Wilene "Sally Ann" Forrester is born. Married to fiddler "Howdy" Forrester, she plays accordion in Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys for three years during World War II, appearing on record on "Kentucky Waltz"
    Dec 20, 1922
    Wilene "Sally Ann" Forrester is born. Married to fiddler "Howdy" Forrester, she plays accordion in Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys for three years during World War II, appearing on record on "Kentucky Waltz"

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