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Carrie Leona Pierce Harris
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Birth: Dec. 2, 1891
Wilmer
Mobile County
Alabama, USA
Death: Aug. 28, 1950
Mississippi, USA

She died from cancer. She was a very sweet person. She was the daughter of Louis Yancey Pierce and Ella Olivia Tanner.
She lived down the hill from her sister Lavada "Vader" Pierce in George County, Mississippi. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Louis Yancey Pierce (1868 - 1943)
  Ella Olivia Tanner Pierce (1869 - 1952)
 
 Spouse:
  James Abbott Harris (1891 - 1949)*
 
 Children:
  Leonard Abbott Harris (1911 - 1972)*
  Albert Ross Harris (1913 - 1995)*
  Wacile Harris Cook (1919 - 1982)*
  Joseph Russell Harris (1923 - 1995)*
  James Calvin Harris (1926 - 1995)*
 
 Siblings:
  Carrie Leona Pierce Harris (1891 - 1950)
  Lavada Katherine Pierce (1893 - 1981)*
  Effie E. Pierce Howell (1895 - 1961)*
  Aurora India Pierce Atwell (1897 - 1987)*
  Joseph Russell Pierce (1900 - 1977)*
  Maude Pierce Evans (1902 - 1962)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
"SAFE IN THE ARMS OF JESUS"
 
Burial:
Palestine Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilmer
Mobile County
Alabama, USA
 
Created by: Joe Pierce (Harold)
Record added: Apr 06, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18798911
Carrie Leona <i>Pierce</i> Harris
Added by: Robert Miller
 
Carrie Leona <i>Pierce</i> Harris
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Added by: William McNeil, Jr
 
 
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- Kathy
 Added: Nov. 30, 2016

- Linda Davis
 Added: Jul. 2, 2016
Wish I could have known you Grandma Carrie.
- Sharon
 Added: Jan. 17, 2012
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