OBITUARIES - INDIVIDUAL
Contributed 2 Jan 2005
by Wendy Cabler
DEATH SUDDENLY CALLS OLD EAST FLORENCE
While sitting in a chair at his home in East Florence, apparently in good health and without warning, [Joseph Cobler], and old and highly respected citizen, was suddenly summoned to his last, long sleep, aged seventy years. His wife was sitting in an adjoining room, and hearing a noise, entered the room where her husband was, only to find him breathing his last. [James B. Cabler I]
Florence Herald - May 23, 1906
James B. Cabler
FLORENCE- James Boyd Cabler, 89, died Monday, June 1, 1987 at Rolling Acres Nurshin Home, Florence, aftrer an extended illness.
He was a lifelong resident of Lauderdale County, a member of Jacksonburg Church of Christ, and was a farmer.
The funeral will be at 2pm Wednesday at Jacksonburg Church of Christ with Garry Hooch and Cyrus Quillen officiating. Burial will be in Jacksonburg Cemetery, Elkins and Son Funeral Home directing.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Jimmie Lee Cabler, Florence; sons, Jesse Cabler, Edward Cabler, Paul Cabler, all of Florence; daughters, Alma Bretherick, Nell Smith, both of Florence, sisters, Reba Robertson, Vera Behel, Lydia Miller, all of Florence; 27 grandchildren, 51 great-grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren.
Bearers will be grandsons.
Florence Times Daily June 2, 1987
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