Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald
women. h e 14 t h e two is of Ex-FayetteMan Dies In Hospital LONG BRANCH (RNS) Oscar Williams, 71, of Charles ton, formerly of Long Brand died at 1:30 a.m. Sunday in Charleston hospital after a Ion illness. He was a retired investigator for the New York Central Railway Co. He was a son of the late Hanford and Julia Humphrey Williams. Survivors include his w i Thelma; two stepchildren, Lenora and Benton; five brothers, Nelson of Oak Hill, Lonnie, Bob, Frank, and Clate Williams, all of Long Branch, half brothers, Dock Lively ol Beckley and Biddle Lively of Pax. 44 campus. Maryland, The funeral will be held at p. m. Tuesday in the J. E. Johnson Funeral Chapel on 50th Street in Kanawha City. Burial will be in Dock Lively Cemetery at Long Branch. Friends may call at the funeral home.