Ike Nettles created four death mask tombstones for people buried in Mt. Nebo Cemetery between 1933 and 1946. Three of the four death mask tombstones were of Ike's family members. This stone is of a relative, possibly an aunt, of Ike's, Ezella Nettles. Over time, her nose has deteriorated, however, the image of her face is still relatively clear. The stone bears the handwritten inscriptions “Sis Dollie” and “Angel”. This is a photo of the stone in its current condition.
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