Yarber Family Photographs
contributed by Joan (Davis) Wilson
Cora Cantrell Presnell Yarber,B: March 05, 1889 in Tn. She was the 2nd wife of James Henry Yarber. They were Married: Dec. 24, 1915 in Anderson Co., Tn. and moved shortly after to Campbell Co. where they has 5 more children.
Thomas Morgan B: June 22,1920
Hattie Thelma  B: June 21, 1923  (twins)
Elmer B: June 21, 1923      (twins)
Henry Clay B: Feb.15, 1925
Ella Pauline B: Mar. 26, 1927
Cora Presnell had 1 child from a previous Marriage: named
Dana Presnell
James Henry Yarber, oldest son of Henry Clay aka Clinton Yarbrough/Yarber and Sarah E/ Fox Yarber He was B: Oct. 02, 1869 in Hamblen Co., Tn. and died June 11, 1967 in Montgomery Co., Oh. He is buried at Tressel Cemetery, Montgomery County
yarber Sons
3 sons of James Henry and Mattie E. Rains Yarber. From left to right. James Clyde Yarber, Jesse Hall Yarber, (my grandfather) & William Rufus Yarber
Mattie E. Rains Yarber, 1st. wife of James Henry Yarber. She was B: 1870 in Anderson Co., Tn. and died Oct. 01, 1914. I am pretty sure she is buried in Talley Cemetery as is one of her daug.'s, Gertrude who died at the age of 9, and one of her sister's Emma Rains Henderson. She Married: James Henry Yarber, March 20. 1892 in Anderson Co., Tn. They had 5 children together before she died.

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