Loretta Lynn was born in Butcher Holler, Kentucky, the second child of Clara and Ted Webb’s eight children. She went on to be a Grand ole Opry favorite and a country music legend with her hit song “Coal Miner’s Daughter.”

Loretta Lynn was born in Butcher Holler, Kentucky, the second child of Clara and Ted Webb’s eight children. She went on to be a Grand ole Opry favorite and a country music legend with her hit song “Coal Miner’s Daughter.”

See the growth of Loretta Lynn's career and family over the years in photos and timeline documenting her 50-plus years in country music.

Loretta Lynn

See the growth of Loretta Lynn's career and family over the years in photos and timeline documenting her 50-plus years in country music.

Loretta Lynn Fanpage 💜💜 on Instagram: “#lorettalynn #coalminersdaughter #firstladyofcountrymusic #queenofcountrymusic #followme #ifollowback”

Loretta Lynn Fanpage 💜💜 on Instagram: “#lorettalynn #coalminersdaughter #firstladyofcountrymusic #queenofcountrymusic #followme #ifollowback”

Loretta Lynn and Sissy Spaceck together in the pressroom following the 44th annual CMA Awards on Nov. 10, 2010

Loretta Lynn Photos

Loretta Lynn and Sissy Spaceck together in the pressroom following the 44th annual CMA Awards on Nov. 10, 2010

Even though he was meaner than hell they were perfect together mooney and Loretta

Even though he was meaner than hell they were perfect together mooney and Loretta

"I don't go to church regular. But I pray for answers to my problems." ~ Loretta Lynn, b. 14 April 1935

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"I don't go to church regular. But I pray for answers to my problems." ~ Loretta Lynn, b. 14 April 1935

Loretta Lynn and her husband Oliver Vanetta "Mooney" Lynn Jr (aka Doolittle) - Bing Images

Loretta Lynn and her husband Oliver Vanetta "Mooney" Lynn Jr (aka Doolittle) - Bing Images

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