|Birth: ||Feb. 22, 1829|
|Death: ||Apr. 21, 1917|
Son of William Chambers and Rebecca Stuckey.
He married Isabel Jane Garrett, daughter of William Garrett and his first wife.
An Aged Citizen Goes to Reward:
Mr. William Chambers one of the oldest citizens of Montgomery County , died at the home of his son, Mr Lewis Chambers, near Nails Ferry Saturday afternoon last.
Mr. Chambers (Uncle Billy) was a Veteran of the Civil War, in which h e served over three years, having volunteered his services when a young man. He was the father of several children, none of whom are living except his son, Lewis, together with a great many grand and great grand children.
The remains of this good old man were buried at Old Smyrna Church Sunday afternoon, surrounded by a large number of friends. He was the oldest member of Milligan's Creek Masonic Lodge, and for many years had been on the retired or honorary list. He was doubtless the oldest Mason in this section. One by one the mile stones are removed, Peace to him.
Volume 2, 1906-1919
Go your way to the land of the Ancestors,
where they wait for you with open arms, there on the edge between this world and the next.
See; there they stand.
Ancestral spirits, welcome this one
to the place where we all must go.
Old Smyrna Cemetery
Created by: Elizabeth Tilton
Record added: Aug 26, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15507350
May you abide, as for all time, under the Mercy. |
Added: Aug. 26, 2006