Marion Mobley Cornwell Sr., 18991978 (aged 79 years)

Name
Marion Mobley /Cornwell/ Sr.
Birth February 25, 1899 28 27
Military
Lt. Commander

Agency: United States Navy
Note: WWI

WWI WWII

Occupation
Architect, general contractor

Birth of a brotherThomas Douglas Cornwell
September 28, 1900 (aged 1 year)

Birth of a sisterAlice Mobley Cornwell
November 1904 (aged 5 years)
Death of a sisterAlice Mobley Cornwell
May 27, 1905 (aged 6 years)

Birth of a sisterKate Jeter Cornwell
August 5, 1906 (aged 7 years)
Death of a motherEleanor Nellie Frances Bennett Cornwell
October 15, 1923 (aged 24 years)

Death of a fatherWilliam Ely Cornwell
March 1, 1930 (aged 31 years)
Cause: Car Accident
Note: Train hit car driven by his 2nd wife leaving Woodland Plantation.
Death of a brotherThomas Douglas Cornwell
March 2, 1947 (aged 48 years)

Death of a brotherJohn Bennett Cornwell
February 3, 1961 (aged 61 years)

Death of a brotherWilliam Ely Cornwell Jr.
December 22, 1969 (aged 70 years)
Death August 12, 1978 (aged 79 years)
Burial
Address: Time Garden, 16-3
Note: Marion M. Cornwell Sr.

Marion M. Cornwell Sr. Marion M cornwell Sr., 79 of 1231 Hanton Ave. Fort Myers, died Saturday in Lee Memorial Hospital. A native of Chester, S.C., he has been a resident of Fort Myers since 1926.

A graduate of Clemson College, he practiced architecture in South Carolina before moving to this area. he was a general contractor in Fort Myers until his retirement. He was a veteran of W.W.I and served the U.S. Navy Seabees in W.W.II. He was a Lt. Commander.

He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Fort Myers and was a charter member of the Five County Contractors Association.

He is survived by his wife, Oppie S. Cornwell of Fort Myers; two sons, M.M. Cornwell Jr. and Nat S. Cornwell, both of Fort Myers; two sisters; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Funeral will be Monday at 11 a.m. at the chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home with the Rev. Bryan Robinson, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating.

Burial will be in Memorial Gardens.

Religion
Southern Baptist

Family with parents
father
18701930
Birth: April 1, 1870 30 20Chester County, South Carolina, USA
Death: March 1, 1930Woodland Plantation
mother
elder brother
18941969
Birth: October 5, 1894 24 23Chester County, South Carolina, USA
Death: December 22, 1969Chester County, South Carolina, USA
18 months
elder brother
20 months
elder sister
18971994
Birth: November 5, 1897 27 26Chester Co., South Carolina, USA
Death: July 13, 1994
16 months
himself
18991978
Birth: February 25, 1899 28 27Chester County, South Carolina, USA
Death: August 12, 1978Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida, USA
19 months
younger brother
brother
Private
younger sister
19041905
Birth: November 1904 34 33Chester Co., South Carolina, USA
Death: May 27, 1905
21 months
younger sister
19061998
Birth: August 5, 1906 36 35Chester Co., South Carolina, USA
Death: November 28, 1998
Father’s family with Private
father
18701930
Birth: April 1, 1870 30 20Chester County, South Carolina, USA
Death: March 1, 1930Woodland Plantation
step-mother
Private
Family with Oppie Lolene Spoon
himself
18991978
Birth: February 25, 1899 28 27Chester County, South Carolina, USA
Death: August 12, 1978Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida, USA
wife
18991979
Birth: March 29, 1899
Death: September 1979
son
Private
son
Private
Military

WWI WWII

Burial

Marion M. Cornwell Sr. Marion M cornwell Sr., 79 of 1231 Hanton Ave. Fort Myers, died Saturday in Lee Memorial Hospital. A native of Chester, S.C., he has been a resident of Fort Myers since 1926.

A graduate of Clemson College, he practiced architecture in South Carolina before moving to this area. he was a general contractor in Fort Myers until his retirement. He was a veteran of W.W.I and served the U.S. Navy Seabees in W.W.II. He was a Lt. Commander.

He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Fort Myers and was a charter member of the Five County Contractors Association.

He is survived by his wife, Oppie S. Cornwell of Fort Myers; two sons, M.M. Cornwell Jr. and Nat S. Cornwell, both of Fort Myers; two sisters; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Funeral will be Monday at 11 a.m. at the chapel of the Harvey Funeral Home with the Rev. Bryan Robinson, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating.

Burial will be in Memorial Gardens.