Charlotte Isabella Minchew was born on Nov. 16 at the Brunswick hospital of the Southeast Georgia Health System. She weighed-in at 9 pounds, 5 ounces.

Her parents are Andy and Leah Minchew of Brunswick. Her paternal grandparents are Carroll and Becky Minchew of Brunswick and maternal grandparents are Lester and Dee Epperson of Mint Hill, N.C.

Her paternal great-grandparents are the late Jacob “Jake” and Wilma Minchew; and the late Isaac and Sara Corbitt, all formerly of Brunswick.

Her maternal great-grandparents are the late Eligah “Pete” and Jane Epperson, formerly of Rural Hall, N.C.; Marilyn Faulkner of Monroe, N.C., the late Jerry Faulkner, formerly of Monroe, N.C.; Robert Pearce of Mount Pleasant, N.C., and the late Cecelia Pearce, formerly of Mount Pleasant.

Charlotte joins her brothers, 16-year-old Drew and 1-year-old Jacob, at home.

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