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From: Sabra Briere <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] THe Passing of "Miss Annie" Elizabeth Peele
Date: Wed, 05 Jun 2002 22:00:05 -0400
My sympathies on the passing of your beloved mother. I know you have lost
one of the most important people in your life. Please know that she was
important in the lives of many of us.
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From: "Horace B. Peele" <>
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 8:04 PM
Subject: [Q-R] THe Passing of "Miss Annie" Elizabeth Peele
> Hello my friends,
> "Miss Annie", who many of you knew personally, and for others who knew her
> by sending cards to her over the years, died today 5 June 2002 at 7:30 AM
> in the Richmond County Hospice. God had blessed her with a good clear
> mind right to the end. Once she reached the 100th birthday in March, she
> seemed to start failing. In two months she weakened to where she could
> walk when I saw her last on Sunday, 2 June, my birthday. She looked at
> that day, placed her hand on my cheek, and told me that she would not be
> there when I came the next time, and then she said "I Love You".
> I left knowing that was the last time I would see her. She passed on
> without major pain. She was such a beautiful lady. Her funeral will be
> in Hamlet, North Carolina, at the Watkins-King Funeral Home on Sunday,
> 9, 2002, at 3PM. Everyone is invited.
> Following is her Obiturary.
> "Miss Annie" Elizabeth Bullard Peele was born March 26, 1902, on
> the Bullard Farm, just north of Gibson, North Carolina, the daughter of
> George Robertson Bullard (1874-1941) and Jereter Isabella Wright
> At the age of 14, young Annie joined St. John's Methodist Church
> and committed her life to Christ. She married Marvin Buford Peele, Sr.,
> the age of 21 and moved her membership to Ghio Tabernacle United Methodist
> Church. Here they served faithfully, committed to serving God, all their
> For the next 79 years, she lived on the Peele Farm that she and
> her husband bought as newly weds in 1923, at 1105 Ghio Road, south of
> Hamlet, North Carolina. She was "Miss Annie" to many and she leaves a
> lasting impression of a beautiful lady on all who met her. She was a
> Sunday school teacher and a member of the Women's Society of Christian
> Services. She was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Phyllis Corine
> (1931), her husband Marvin Buford Peele (1890-1984), and her son Cecil
> Peele, Sr. (1928-1996).
> On June 5, 2002, Mrs. Annie Bullard Peele was called to rest by
> our Heavenly Father, and to join her husband Marvin Buford Peele. She was
> a beloved wife, mother, and homemaker. She died while in the care of the
> Richmond County Hospice.
> Miss Annie is survived by four loving children: Marvin Buford
> Peele, Jr., of Monroe, VA; Mrs. Elizabeth Ethridge White of Hamlet, NC;
> George Leroy Peele of Hamlet, NC; Horace Bullard Peele of San Antonio, TX,
> and by two younger Sisters Josephine Baker and Myrtle Webb. Miss Annie
> 15 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great grandchildren,
> many nieces, nephews, and friends.
> The family wishes to gratefully acknowledge and expresses their
> appreciation for all the cards, flowers, visits, food and other
> of love and sympathy shown during the time of their bereavement.
> (Looking for Peal, Peel, Peelle, Peelle descendants)
> .The First Peelle Family In America [Peelle, Peele, Peel, Peal].
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> Horace Peele, 12806 Chateau Forest, San Antonio, TX 78230
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