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Cathleen Nina Carlton Barnes
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Birth: Oct. 30, 1930
Wilkes County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Mar. 21, 2012
Elkin
Surry County
North Carolina, USA

Mrs.Cathleen Nina Carlton Barnes,age 81,of Burmuda Drive,North wilkesboro,widow of Percy Lee Barnes died Wednesday, March 21,2012 at Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Barnes was born in Wilkes County,on October 30,1930 , to Thomas Ray and Ethel Mae Barnes Carlton. She was retired from Holly Farms where she was a cook for over 20 years. Mrs. Barnes was a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.
In addition to her husband and parents,she was preceded in death by a daughter,Grace Ann Barnes, and a grandson,Shawn Barnes.
Mrs. Barnes is survived by one daughter,Cynthia B.Taylor and husband,Roy of North Wilkesboro;two sons,Percy Willard Barnes and wife,Jean of Hickory and William Anthony Barnes and wife ,Netia of Wendell; six sisters,Mozelle Howell of Moravian Falls,Alice Parsons and husband,Hugh of Boomer;Mary Simpson,Edna Long and husband,Bill ,all of North Wilkesboro,Hettie Roberts and husband Edward of Connecticut,Virginia Harper and husband,Billy of Charlotte; two brothers,Rev.Rosevelt Carlton and wife,Barbara Ann ,and George Carlton and wife ,Glendora,all of Moravian Falls;13 grandchildren ,24 great-grandchildren,16 great-great-grandchildren. 
 
Burial:
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
Pleasant Hill
Wilkes County
North Carolina, USA
 
Created by: Lena Pearson
Record added: Jun 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91925272
Cathleen Nina <i>Carlton</i> Barnes
Added by: Lena Pearson
 
 
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