Jones-Hammons

Posted 5/18/17

Tommy and Tracey Jones of Cleveland announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Lynn Jones, to Matthew Owen Hammons, the son of David and Rose Sosebee of Reliance, and Burch and Heather Hammons …

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Jones-Hammons

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Tommy and Tracey Jones of Cleveland announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Lynn Jones, to Matthew Owen Hammons, the son of David and Rose Sosebee of Reliance, and Burch and Heather Hammons of Cumming, Ga.

The couple will wed in a May 20 ceremony at 3 p.m., at the Historical Hiwassee Union Baptist Church by the Hiwassee River in Reliance.

The bride is the granddaughter of Sally and the late Tom Jones of Cleveland, Jimmy and Janie Ball of Old Fort, and the late Paul Green. She is also the sister of Sarah Herr of Nashville.

Miss Jones is a 2014 graduate of Polk County High School, 2016 graduate of Cleveland State and presently a senior at Tennessee Technical University in Cookeville, where she is completing a bachelor’s degree in wildlife and fisheries management.

The groom is the grandson of Frank and Robbie Wilcox of Reliance, the late Clara Hammons and the late Casey Hammons. He is also the brother of McKinley Sosebee of Reliance, Katlyn and Campbell Smith of Cumming, Maddie Sosebee of Athens, Ga., Dalton Sosebee of Cleveland, Ga., and Griffin Sosebee of Dahlonega, Ga.

Mr. Hammons is a 2014 graduate of Polk County High School, 2016 graduate of Cleveland State and presently a senior at Tennessee Technical University in Cookeville, where he is completing a bachelor’s degree in wildlife and fisheries management.

Both Ashley and Matthew are members of Fairview Baptist Church in Reliance and presently reside in Cookeville.

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