|Kimberly Ann Killeri (#47735849)|
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Hello! I am very honored to be a small part of Find A Grave. Please don't hesitate to send me any changes or transfer requests. Thank you and make it a great day!|
I was born in Levittown, PA on March 7, 1965 to Karen E. Bornhorst and Ralph T. Killeri. After researching my family history on my father's side who came to America from Italy in 1903, I have discovered that the spelling of my last name is "Chilleri" not "Killeri". My father's father went by "Killeri" and my Great Grandfather kept Chilleri while his two brother's over the years changed the spelling to "Killiri" and "Kelliri". Our family was not aware of this until I found their actual headstones. I have two siblings one 4 years apart and one 8 years apart. Have three children, two males and one female. During the course of my life I lived in Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I love animals, nature and exploring history. I have wondered through many cemeteries and enjoy reading the history of how it came about and who's buried there. I have been in the Hospitality Industry working in the Sales Department for 26 years and enjoy meeting new people.
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|Rev. Edward F. Steiner||RE: Update Requests|
It takes all of working together!
|Renraw Community Association||RE: Renraw Community Associaiton|
Kim, Hello again. I noticed that you also admin Mr. James Cartwright Warner (Olivet). I have some pictures and some narrative that I can add to the memorial if you would be willing to transfer to the Renraw Community Association. Regards, John W
|Renraw Community Association||Renraw Community Associaiton|
Hello . My name is John Wendt and I live in the Renraw Neighborhood in Nashville. I am sending you this death notice to please add to the memorial for Mary Warner.
I also have found some picture. Would you consider transferring this memorial to me as a representative of our neighborhood association?
Thank you. Regards, john Wendt
PEACEFUL END OF A LONG LIFE
Mrs. J. C. Warner, Widely-Known and Beloved Woman, Passes Away
MOTHER OF SEVEN SONS
Devoted Member of Church, She Carried Practical Christianity Into Details of Her Daily Life
FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON
Mrs. Mary Williams Warner, widow of Mr. James Cartwright Warner, died of infirmities incident to age at “Renraw”, the home of her son, Mr. Percy Warner, three miles on the Gallatin Road, at 4 o’clock yesterday morning. She was 79 years of age. For some time past she had been in failing health, but, almost to the time of her death, took an active interest I current events and in the home life of her family.
Mrs. Warner had, during a long life, been one of the most widely known and generally loved women of Nashville. Her life was devoted very largely to the service of others, and she held the highest esteem of her large circle of acquaintances.
She spent all of her life, with the exception of a few years following her marriage, in Nashville, and was a member of one of the city’s oldest families. She was a daughter of Mr. Josiah and Mrs. Margaret Phillips (sic) (should be Philips) Williams, and was born at “Maplewood” on the Gallatin Road August 11, 1831. On November 3, 1852 she was married to Mr. James Cartwright Warner. Shortly after their marriage they moved to Chattanooga where they lived until the outbreak of the war between the states, when they returned to Nashville. Mr. Warner became identified with large iron interests, and until his death in 1893, was one of the most influential iron manufacturers in the country.
To Mr. and Mrs. Warner eight children were born. Their only daughter died in infancy. Joseph S. Andrew and Harry Warner died several years ago and Leslie Warner died less than a year ago. The surviving sons are Percy Warner, President of the Nashville Railway & Light Company; Joseph Warner, who succeeded his father in the management of a number of important iron industries; and Edwin Warner of the Nashville Trust Company. These sons were at her bedside when death came. She is survived also by a brother and a sister, Mr. John N. Williams and Mrs. Martha Duncan.
FAMOUS FLOWER GARDEN
Since the death of her husband Mrs. Warner had made her home with her son, Mr. Percy Warner. Home loving by nature, she devoted herself to the affairs of the household, and the famous flower garden at “Renraw” is largely the product of her care. It was her practice to visit here some every day and unless prevented by illness she came to the city every morning for this purpose.
Mrs. Warner had been a member of the First Presbyterian Church since 1874 and until prevented by advancing age, took an active interest in its affairs. Her practice of Christianity was carried into the minutest details of her daily life.
|Jenorv||Catherine Smiley Cheatham|
Thanks so much for creating the memorial and for transfering it.
Added by Jenorv on Apr 15, 2014 7:23 PM
Banner Cemetery..thanks for trying to find Susannah Whaley's Headstone
Added by Whaley on Jan 28, 2014 2:45 PM
|Al Haxton||Myra Haxtun|
oops, thanks for the photo. I do wish that there was someone that would go around and clean and maintain headstones of the Titanic Survivors in the U.S. They do need a better memorial for what they went though. Most of them were just everyday people not rich or famous.
Anyway thanks for the photo again.
Al Haxton Jr
|Al Haxton||Myra Haxtun|
|William Nees||Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking the photographs for me.