Emma Jean Nesbitt, 86, of Huntingdon, passed away Monday, October 18 at her Home. Funeral services were held on Saturday, October 23 in the Chapel of Chase Funeral Home with Ivey Jamison officiating. Burial followed at Humbles Cemetery.
Mrs. Nesbitt was born December 5, 1934, in Huntingdon to the late James Webb and Ada Johnson. She owned and operated Nesbitt’s Country Kitchen and a member of Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church. Other than her parents she was also preceded in death by her husband; Samuel Glen Nesbitt, and three sisters; Manon Barnett, Mary Sue Parker, Ollie Walker, and five brothers; Gerald Hampton, Willie C. Johnson, Fred Johnson, J.C. Webb, Sr., and James Johnson.
She is survived by six daughters; Betty Williams of Cedar Grove, Judy Smith of Milan, Miranda Allen of Cordova, Jaquita Hyde of Camden, Jaleesa Owens of Jackson, Cornisha Nesbitt of McKenzie, three sons; Farrell Nesbitt of Bruceton, Otis Nesbitt (Karen) of Huntingdon, Anthony Nesbitt (Melinda) of Paris, two sisters; Mattie Jamison (Ivey Jamison) of Huntingdon, Patricia Webb, six brothers; Tice Hampton (Geneva) of Columbus, Oh., Lester Johnson of Huntingdon, Buford Webb, Arthur Webb of NC., Riley Webb of McLemoresville, and Jessie Webb of Fulton, KY. She also leaves 23 grandchildren, and host of great grandchildren, great great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.