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Bertha Leona Gant Cornwell
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Birth: Nov. 26, 1909
Haywood County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Mar. 16, 2001
Buncombe County
North Carolina, USA

My Mother-in-law Bertha, a native of Haywood County, North Carolina, was a daughter of Robert and Mattie Gant. She married Carroll T. Cornwell on December 26, 1932, and raised four sons, Billy Joe, Lee Roy, Tommie, and Stephen, and one daughter, Nina Sue. Bertha was a member of Long Shoals Baptist Church for many years and was employed as manager of the lunchroom at Valley Springs School, Skyland, NC. She was a devoted mother and a beloved "Granny Bert" to her 11 grandchildren. 
Family links: 
  Robert Lee Gant (1879 - 1960)
  Mattie Leona Humphreys Gant (1882 - 1959)
  Carroll Thomas Cornwell (1911 - 1984)*
  Billy Joe Cornwell (1935 - 1996)*
  Carroll Stephen Cornwell (1945 - 1993)*
  Edna Mae Gant Norris (1903 - 2002)*
  Mitchel A. Gant (1904 - 1979)*
  Bertha Leona Gant Cornwell (1909 - 2001)
  Cecil Belle Gant Christopher (1912 - 1991)*
  Wiley Robert Gant (1913 - 1996)*
  Ruby Marie Gant Ashe (1917 - 2009)*
  Helen Gant Clubb (1919 - 2008)*
  Eula Gantt Penland (1920 - 1944)*
  Theodore Gant (1923 - 2011)*
*Calculated relationship
Shepherd Memorial Park
Henderson County
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Frank Parker
Record added: Nov 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80177927
Bertha Leona <i>Gant</i> Cornwell
Added by: Frank Parker
Bertha Leona <i>Gant</i> Cornwell
Added by: Frank Parker
Bertha Leona <i>Gant</i> Cornwell
Added by: David T. Veal
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To a lovely lady, and the best mother-in-law that a fellow could ask for. Until we meet again.
- Frank Parker
 Added: Feb. 5, 2012

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