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Miss. Lynda Fae Jackson



Miss. Lynda Fae Jackson was born on October 21, 1952 in Ashburn, Georgia where she spent her entire life. She was raised by her grandparents the Late Rosa Lee and Paul Jackson of Ashburn, Georgia. She was the mother of five children, two which proceeded her in death. Calpreia Coley and Adrien Jackson. At an early age Lynda Fae joined and was baptized at Ashburn Holiness Church of Ashburn, Georgia. Her grandmother drug her sister and her to church what seemed like every night. Lynda Fae would shout and sing. She was very well known; the name Miss Pop should have had her own zip code because if you use to live here you knew her and she knew you and your family by name.


She attended Eureka High School; she spent her life taking care of the community’s children including her own. She spent many years doing field work and janitorial work for the school system while also baby sitting while also running her grandparents’ house. There was a total of 21 people living there and she took care of everyone’s laundry, ironing, cooking and all the cleanings. She was mama to all.


She left to cherish her memories two daughters; Christerrial Jackson and Yana Jackson, One son Gabriel Jackson ( Daedra), two grandchildren ; Gabby Jackson, Young Aadrain Jackson. One sister Linda Marie Jackson Lawson and a host of loving and caring friends and family. Especially David Jackson and Tanya Horne her favorite nephew and niece









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