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A Nettie Atkins Gosnell
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Birth: Apr. 20, 1869
Death: Aug. 1, 1933
SOURCE: Greenville News, Page 10
DATE: Wednesday, August 2, 1933
MRS. NETTIE A. GOSNELL
Mrs. Nettie Atkins Gosnell, wife of G.I. Gosnell, of 17 Lois Street, died at the family residence at 4:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon after an illness of two years.
Mrs. Gosnell was born in Spartanburg County April 20, 1869, but moved to this county early in life. For the past 23 years she has been a resident of Greenville. She was a loyal and active member of the Riverside Baptist Church.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Gosnell is survived by three daughters, Mrs. B.F. Huff, Mrs. George Williams and Mrs. J.B. Irvin, of Greenville; four sons, H.L. Gosnell, Taylors; H.G., G.V. and W.H. Gosnell, of this city; one sister, Mrs. Alice Atkins of Greenville; three brothers, J.E. and S.B. Atkins of Pickens and J.L. Atkins of Greer. She also leaves 19 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held sometime tomorrow at an hour to be announced later by R.D. Jones and Sons, Morticians.
Horace C. Gosnell (1888 - 1922)*
Herman L. Gosnell (1894 - 1939)*
Harry G. Gosnell (1897 - 1947)*
G. V. "Charlie" Gosnell (1902 - 1949)*
William Haskel Gosnell (1908 - 1984)*
George Ira Gosnell (1866 - 1938)*
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Wife of G.I. Gosnell
Graceland West Cemetery and Mausoleum
South Carolina, USA
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Created by: Robin Dixson
Record added: Dec 09, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16973727
|Robin Farley Dixson||RE: Transfer|
Can you please tell me the names of who you want transferred?
|Karen & Buddy||Nix|
It's okay. You are closer related than my husband and I'm sure you will enjoy the site and add connections. Another friend and I believe family should be able to add info if they want to. There are too many out there who are interested in numbers only and definitely would not have transferred your aunt. My husband is only some kind of cousin. Enjoy.
|Karen & Buddy||Nix|
Normally I would transfer a family member even if it is not a grandparent or direct member (per Find A Grave rules); however, this person is also related to my husband's Mother's family.
|Chris Smith||RE: Transfer|
Stephanie, I just wanted to make sure of the memorials, I think you left out a number in one of them. Are they Ollie White #43311504 and William White #43311584? If so I will be glad to transfer them to you. Also, what is the connection to the Waldrop you were talking about? Thanks, Chris
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