|Birth: ||May 22, 1876|
|Death: ||Jul. 2, 1950|
The Columbian Progress
July 6 1950
Mrs. W. E. Barnes Is Interred In Monday Services
Death claimed Mrs. W. E. Barnes, 74 weel-known matron of this city, at 4:30 A.M. Sunday, July 2, at a Laurel Hospital after a period of poor health. Mrs. Barnes was born in Marion County on May 22, 1876, Blanche Webb, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Webb, and lived her entire
lifetime in this city. She was widley known and beloved by many friends and her family. Her husband preceded her in death twenty-one years ago.
She was a member of the Columbia Methodist Church and of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of that Church, being active in her Church as her health and advanced years would permit.
Funeral services for Mrs. Barnes were held at five o'clock Monday afternoon from the Columbia Methodist Church with the pastor, Rev. Van R. Landrum, conducting the rites.
Interment was in the Columbia Cemetery with active pallbearers, Dr. J. P. Fatheree, John H. Lawless, John Mason Boyd, William Lawless, John H. Webb Jr, and A. G. Webb. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. J. G. Gardner, Dr. C. C. Thompson, Jr, Robert Newsom, A. G. Stubblefield, Lee D. Hall, Dr. G. C. Maxwell, C. O. Stevens, and Henry Mounger. Surviving Mrs. Barnes are one brother John H. Webb Sr., three sisters, Mrs. Sam. B. Boyd, and Mrs. Dixie Lawless of Columbia, and Mrs. Pearl Conerly of Fairlawn, NJ., and eight nephews and three nieces.
Article submitted by; Shirley Fortenberry Ramshur
Albert Gallatin Webb (1843 - 1926)
Nannie Regan Webb (1843 - 1912)
William E Barnes (1859 - 1929)
Nannie Alberta Webb Tinche (____ - 1917)*
Pearl E Webb Conerly (1874 - 1955)*
Blanche Webb Barnes (1876 - 1950)
Dixie Webb Lawless (1878 - 1958)*
John H Webb (1879 - 1963)*
Juliet Webb Boyd (1913 - 1929)*
Columbia City Cemetery
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Record added: Mar 22, 2011
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