James Elbert Crymes - Obituary - First National Bank of Greenwood - Cashier

JE Crymes

07/30/1877 – Williamston, SC
12/12/1936 – Greenwood, SC

James Elbert Crymes

Jas. E. Crymes Died Suddenly
Prominent Greenwood Citizen Victim of Heart Attack At Home
James Elbert Crymes, prominent citizen of Greenwood for a number of years, died suddenly of a heart attack last night at 11 o’clock at his home on Hampton avenue.
Mr. Crymes was 59 years old on last July 30 and had been born in Williamston.  He moved here at the age of 16 and had made his home here ever since.  For a number of years he was depot agent for the Southern railway but in recent years had been in the insurance business.
He is survived by his widow, who was Miss Annie Hodges of Greenwood; three sons, James E Crymes, New York City; Frank H. Crymes, Graniteville, and Neel Crymes, Greenwood; one brother, Dr. Thomas Crymes, Greenville; and one sister, Mrs. Nina Wilson of Columbia.
Funeral services will be conducted at Blyth’s chapel Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock by his pastor, Dr. Charles F. Sims, and Dr. R.C. Long.  Interment will follow in the Magnolia cemetery.  Pending the hour of burial the body will remain at Blyth’s Funeral home.
Active pallbearers will be: A.S. Hartzog, E.P. Wideman, Arthur Lee, Fitz Lee, George Hodges, Gray Moore, W.T. Bailey and Clinton H. Camp.
Blyth Service in charge.