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Ms. Louise James

July 16, 1923 ~ December 29, 2018 (age 95)

Ms. Louise James, 95, of Charlotte, formally of Rowland, transitioned from time to glorious peace on Dec. 29, 2018 at her home with her loving family by her side.

Louise McCahan Was born on July 16, 1923 in Hamer SC to Calvin
and Isadora Bethea McCahan. She was the ninth out of ten
children. Later in life she meet and married William Pearly James
also of SC who also was a veteran of the United States Army. From
this Union she had two children Grace Louise James and William
Pearly James Jr (Pee Wee). She was a long-time member at Hazel
Grove Baptist Church in Hamer SC. It was there she begin her walk
of Faith with Jesus. After the passing of her late husband she meet
John Will Graham later in life and had four more kids. Mary Ann,
Larry, Robert Lee and George Lee Graham. After many years at
Hazel Grove she relocated and joined the Apostolic Faith in
Fairmont NC but always would visit Hazel Grove which was her first
love. She was a member of the Mother's Board, sang on the choir
and would visit the sick whenever she could. Everyone she met
knew that once she meets you It was always with a kiss and if she
couldn't get the cheek she would kiss the back of your hand. She
was loved and known by many. She loved to sing and her favorite
song was This Old Building. After her health started to fail and she
wasn't able to get around like she used too when you went to visit
she still looked for that kiss and she would tell you 1 Love You.
When it was quiet in the house she would begin to clap her hands
and then you will hear This Old Building even in her nineties with a
strong voice. Her strength was unmatched, her Love was limitless
and her kisses never ran out. When she had to get her point across
you better listen and there was one thing she use to say when she
wanted to end the conversation, Now That's the Ball Game, we
knew to be quiet then. She was a strong-minded person and when
she was right she would not be moved. Never showed favoritism,
truly loved the Lord and her family and everyone she meets
became family’. Louise McCahan James, a medicine woman, a
person of unmovable faith, a protector and a singer you will be
missed but never forgotten. She is proceeded by her father Calvin
McCahan, her mother Isadore, 4 brothers; William, Fred, John Taft
and Robert, 4 sisters; Alma, Ada Ollie Bell and Beatrice and one son
Robert Lee Graham. She leaves to cherish her sister Sarah
McCollum of Greensboro, NC, two daughters Grace James Smith (John) and Mary Ann McNair both of Charlotte, NC, two sons, Larry Graham of Charlotte and George Graham of Gibson, NC, a special daughter in law,, Patricia Evans of Lumberton, NC; eight grandsons and one granddaughter, twenty two great grandchildren,  twenty four great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

 

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