MOORE, Circuit Judge.
The Appellants in this appeal challenge the remand to state court of two cases consolidated by the district court ("the consolidated case"). The first case ("the removed case") was initiated in state court by the First National Bank of Pulaski ("the Bank") against various members of the Curry family as well as two Curry-owned partnerships (Appellees John T. Curry, Carroll M. Curry, Cathy Curry, Connie G. Curry, C T Partnership, and C C Partnership, hereinafter "the Curry Family defendants"). The Curry Family defendants then counterclaimed and impleaded the Bank's president, William R. Horne ("Horne"), as a third-party defendant, and Horne removed the case to federal court. The second case ("the federal case") was filed in federal court by Appellee Johnnie M. Curry ("Johnnie Curry"), the mother (or mother-in-law) of John T. Curry, Carroll M. Curry, Cathy Curry, and Connie G. Curry. Appellants Henry, Henry Speer, P.C., Robert C. Henry, and Joe W. Henry, Jr., ("the Henrys") were named as defendants in the second, federal-initiated action and added as third-party defendants in the first, state-initiated action; all of the claims against the Henrys, however, were state-law claims. After the dismissal of all other defendants, including Horne, and all federal claims, the district court remanded the state-law claims that remained against the Henrys in the consolidated case to state court. The Henrys now appeal, arguing that the district court should have dismissed, without prejudice, the Curry Family defendants' and Johnnie Curry's claims rather than remand them to state court.