Daughter of Edmund and Mary Louise Redwood Waddill of Charles City Co., Virginia. Wife of James W. Barnes.
Her obit was published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Feb. 14, 1923 and stated that she was a prominent citizen of Henrico Co., VA & served as chairman of the Henrico Co. Board of Supervisors and member of the Legislature during the 1920-1921 session.
MRS. JAMES W. BARNES IS DEAD IN HER HOME.
...Judge Waddills' Sister To Be Buried in Hollywood Tomorrow...
Mrs. Nannie Waddill Barnes died yesterday afternoon in her home, 908 North Thirty-fifth Street. Her funeral will take place from the home tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The burial will be in Hollywood...
Mrs. Barnes was a daughter of the late Edmund Waddill of Charles City County, and Mary Louise Redwood. She is survived by her husband, one son, Edmund Barnes, now a resident of Denver, Col. and the following brothers and sisters: Samuel P. Waddill, Judge Edmund Waddill, Jr., of Richmond; Mrs. James H. Christian, of Providence Forge; William M. Waddill, of Louisiana; Charles C. Waddill, of Norfolk; Mrs. H. M. Bennett, Miss Julia L. Waddill and Mrs. Robert H. Talley, of this city...
Mrs. Barnes was the wife of James W. Barnes, for many years and, until recently, a prominent citizen of Henrico County, at one time chairman of its Board of Supervisors, and member of the Legislature. (from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Wednesday, February 14, 1923 issue.)
James Walter Barnes
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