Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc

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Published online on May 22, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
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Published online on May 17, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
James Doyle Jr. was born on June 17, 1944 in DeQuincy, Louisiana to the union of James and Hilda Doyle. At an early age, James and his family relocated to Houston, TX. He attended Phillis Wheatley High School and...
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Published online on May 17, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
Harrietta Neal Hall, daughter of the late OC Neal and Olean Newsome, was born on February 7, 1935 in Kendelton, Texas.  While raised by her grandparents, she attended Power Point High School.  After...
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Published online on May 7, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
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Published online on May 2, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
Lucille Helen Cornelius was born July 12, 1926 to mother Adelaide Sellers and father Philipien Broussard in Beaumont, Texas.   She was preceded in death by her husband, Leon L. Cornelius. ...
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Published online on May 2, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
On May 12, 1928, a baby girl was born to Eddie and Addie Lee Farmer Grant in Brenham, Texas.  They named the precious one, Eddie Mae, and she was their only child.  Eddie Mae attended Brenham grade...
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Published online on May 2, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
Leon Koger  Born to Mack Koger and Dorothy L. Carrington, November 8, 1950 Eternal Rest: April 25, 2019 Known by most family and friends as “Reds” he is a native of Baltimore...
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Published online on May 1, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
Melvin Lewis Myers
1936 - 2019
Lieutenant Colonel Melvin Lewis Myers Sr., U.S. Army, Retired of Houston, Texas passed away on April 27, 2019. He was the second child born to Hannibal and Mary Myers of Hungerford, Texas on October 3, 1936. He grew...
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Published online on Apr. 30, 2019 courtesy of Carl Barnes Funeral Home, Inc.
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