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Nannie Gilmer Matthews Dethloff
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Birth: Sep. 15, 1901
Death: Nov. 3, 1981

Gilmer Nannie Dethloff, born to J.B. and Dora Matthews September 15, 1901. She is survived by her husband, Eddie B. Dethloff, two sisters, Mattie Long and Dorothy Hannum, both of Houston, three brothers, James B. Matthews of Houston, Dan Owen Matthews of Marigold, Mississippi and William C. Matthews of Memphis, Tennessee; and a number of nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, November 5, 1981 at Waltrip Funeral Chapel with Burt Miller officiating. Interment to follow, Woodlawn Garden of Memories. Pallbearers, Art Best, Bryant Barr, Wayne Bamach, C.C. McMurrey, Hugh Frank and Charles Gibson.
Waltrip Funeral Directors, 1415 Campbell Road, 465-1515. 
Family links: 
  James Browning Matthews (1870 - 1923)
  Dora Lillian Foster Matthews (1881 - 1976)
  Eddie B Dethloff (1910 - 1996)
  Nannie Gilmer Matthews Dethloff (1901 - 1981)
  Mattie Walker Matthews Frank Long (1904 - 1994)*
  James Browning Matthews (1908 - 2003)*
  Dorothy Lillian Matthews Hahn Hannum (1911 - 1997)*
  Dan Owen Matthews (1914 - 1984)*
  William Campbell Matthews (1918 - 2011)*
*Calculated relationship
Woodlawn Cemetery
Harris County
Texas, USA
Created by: shirley weidler
Record added: Apr 20, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7369465
Nannie Gilmer <i>Matthews</i> Dethloff
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Nannie Gilmer <i>Matthews</i> Dethloff
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