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Robert Grant Cornwell
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Birth: Jul. 18, 1968, USA
Death: Aug., 2013
Houston
Harris County
Texas, USA

CORNWELL, Grant, age 45, died suddenly in Houston, TX. A native and resident of Nashville, Robert Grant was born July 18, 1968. He was the son of the late James H. Cornwell of Nashville and Ilene Jones Cornwell, now a resident of Stewart, Houston County, TN. Grant had 21 years of experience in the architectural design field, and had been with Neel-Schaffer since 2005. Grant had worked on projects in TN and FL, and had recently completed a residential housing project in Galveston TX for victims of the Hurricane Irene disaster. He is survived by his mother and older brother, James David, of Stewart; two nieces, Linda Hitchcock and Evie Elizabeth Cornwell; an aunt, Jean Ezell, all of Nashville; and a wide circle of cousins and friends in Nashville and Kingston Springs. An inurnment will be held in the garden of Chapel Hill East on August 14th, 11 a.m., in HARPETH HILLS MEMORY GARDENS. 
 
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  James Howard Cornwell (1934 - 2008)
 
Inscription:
Loving Son & Brother
 
Burial:
Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens
Nashville
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA
 
Created by: Cindy Cornwell McCachern
Record added: Dec 15, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 121752663
Robert Grant Cornwell
Added by: William Hooper Gleason
 
Robert Grant Cornwell
Added by: William Hooper Gleason
 
Robert Grant Cornwell
Added by: William Hooper Gleason
 
 
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- Rick and Kathy Wright
 Added: Jul. 21, 2014
 
 
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