Beckley Post-Herald; December 13, 1961, page 10.
R. P. McCoy, M, Dies In Hospital below included: Mont., DRY BRANCH (RNS)--Bobert P. McCoy, 54. of Dry Branch died Monday in a Beckley hospital hospital after a long illness. A native of Cannelton, where he lived until last year, he was veteran of World War I and retired miner. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a daughter, Brenda, at lome; five sons. Tommy and S.D., City An in Eddie, both at home, James of Marina, Calif., Harry of Denver, Colo., and Robert McCoy Jr. of ^elsonville, Ohio: a sister, Mrs. Cora Harris of Buffalo; two brothers, J. "W. of Charleston, and Oshal McCoy of Cannelton; and 13 grandchildren. The funeral will be conducted at 1 p.m. today in the Assembly of God Church at Cannelton with the Rev. William R. Johnson in charge. Burial will be in Mont- ;omery Memorial Park at London. The body will be taken from B. C. Funeral Home in Montgomery Montgomery to the church one hour prior to services. ihey Anniston.