James Walter Britt

Lumberton, North Carolina

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thx curtis, its ok. the same thing happens to me at times and i also regret that i was late on the discovery. daddy is resting now. no more pain and he can breathe and walk again. momma hanging in there, we all are. we miss him, the boys are so lost. i know it takes time. mom loves u all and she misses her side of the family so much. please make contact with her when u can. look for me on facebook and we can start from there. if u can. Pat

Dorothy and family... I just saw the obituary on Mr. Floyds website. It has been down a few days. Today is the 24th. I am so sorry I am late in my condolencies. Toby was a fine man, and you are a fine cousin. A long and happy marriage and great family. Linda and I are so sorry for your loss. Curtis & Linda West

I love and miss u papa

Praying for you all though this difficult time.

I going back to the good old days Uncle Toby, when you all would come to the house almost every week end and most of us would ride horses, what fun we had as a family, miss those days so much. We love and going to miss you so much. To the family God be with you, as God was with us just a few years ago and He is still with us today....love to you all

Praying for all of you. Uncle Toby was a wonderful man and he will be missed by all who knew him. May God keep his arms around you. We love you all.

I am praying for your family at this difficult time. May special memories linger and comfort you going forward.

Praying your family.


James's Obituaries

Mr. James Walter ?Toby? Britt, age 74, of Lumberton, passed away on Saturday, January 19, 2013 at his residence. He was born in Robeson County on November 1, 1938 to the late Clarence Britt and the late Golder Floyd Britt. He was preceded in death by his parents.Mr. Britt is survived by his...

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