|Death: ||Nov. 13, 1926|
Ida M Whatley was the daughter of Jesse Jones Whatley, Mississippi, and Nancy Elizabeth Berry of Mississippi. She was married to Charles Osborne James and the mother of three daughters.
Obituary from Dallas Morning News, 15 November 1926:
Mrs. C. O. James Dies.
Sulphur Springs, Texas 14 November 1926.
The death of Mrs. C. O. James, wife of C. O. James, former State Senator and District Attorney, occurred at her home after an illness lasting several weeks. Mrs James, about 55 years of age, was before her marriage to Mr James, Miss Ida Whatley, a member of one of the pioneer families of Hopkins County, and of this family her mother, Mrs J.J. Whatley, two brothers, Harvey Whatley of Dallas, Walter Whatley of Ft. Worth, three sisters, Mrs. C. Carroll of Ft Worth, Mrs Clifford Brewster, Bearden, Arkansas, and Miss Sallie Whatley of Sulphur Springs survive. Also besides her husband, three daughters survive, Mrs Dial Gurrin and Mrs Clive Templeton of Durant, Oklahoma and Mrs. J. K. Brim of Sulphur Springs. Funeral services were held Sunday with burial in City Cemetery.
Jessie Jones Whatley (1851 - 1914)
Nancy Elizabeth Berry Whatley (1852 - 1932)
Charles Osborne James (1860 - 1931)
Jessie James Currin (1889 - 1972)*
Grace James Templeton (1890 - 1973)*
Carrie James Brim (1894 - 1954)*
Ida Marion Whatley James (1869 - 1926)
Walter E. Whatley (1872 - 1940)*
Effie May Whatley Carroll (1878 - 1959)*
Sarah Ann Whatley (1882 - 1974)*
Harvey Carrol Whatley (1893 - 1965)*
Sulphur Springs City Cemetery
Created by: C B Mays
Record added: Feb 22, 2010
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