|Death: ||Jul. 6, 1929|
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 10 Jul 1929
E. F. "Babe" Aymett, age 82 died suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Kennedy of Pittsburg, Tex., Saturday July 6. Mr. Aymett was the last surviving member of a large family of Giles County people. He made his home here all his life, but had spent most of the time during that last few years with his married daughters. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Kennedy of Pittsburg, Texas, and Mrs. J. M. McGinnis of Carothersville, Mo. After funeral services at Pittsburg, Tex., the body was shipped to Pulaski, and from the depot was removed to Pisgah where the remains were laid to rest beside his wife who died several years ago. Burial services at the grave were conducted by Rev. Mr. Gilbert, pastor of the church at Pisgah where Mr. Aymett had held his church membership since he was a young man. Mr. Aymett was a soldier in the Confederate Army, and a successful farmer and a member of the Methodist Church. With advancing years he wound up his business and retired, spending his time with his two daughters, but still calling the Eight District of Giles County, home.
h/o Mary Neal s/o William & Louisa Hamilton Aymett
C. S. A.
Wheeler's 6th Cav.
Mary Neal Aymett (1854 - 1894)*
Estelle Aymett Kennedy (1875 - 1968)*
Mary Aymett (1892 - 1911)*
Pisgah (Giles County)
Created by: Vickie Oates Woods
Record added: Jul 30, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114665087
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