George Crawford Lamb N.C. 5 Aug 1960
at Roadjalarm man was found dead at his last night, victim of a heart at-! George Crawford Lamb Crawford Lamb Is Victim Of Heart Attack An 80-year-old Rockford tack. He Sr. Mr. is Lamb was a retired con- ductor on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. For the past three years he had made his home here with his daughter, Mrs. Joe P. Hollingsworth. Hollingsworth. He was born in Fay- .etteville Feb. 14, 1880, the son of the late Senator James M. Lamb and Anne Eliza Jones Lamb. He was educated in the city schools in Fayetteville and was graduated from the old Fayetteville Military Academy. His wife, the former Edna Sel- ler s, a native of Charleston, S. C ., died in J947- After his re(ire . ment he made his home in Ocean Drive. S. C., before coming to High Point. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Hollingsworth are two sons, Thomas S. Lamb of High Point and George Crawford Lamb Jr. of Raleigh, four grandchildren, and five sisters, Mrs. T. H. Sutton, Sutton, Mrs. J. H. Judd, Mis Isabell Isabell Lamb and Miss Elizabeth Lamb, all of Fayetteville, and Mrs. J. C. Jacob of Washington D. C. The family requests that memorial memorial gifts may be directed to the Wesley Memorial Methodist Methodist Church Building Fund or to the Boys Home at Lake Waccamaw. The body is being taken to Fay- etleville this afternoon. A family service- will be held in his home, "Sunny Side," on Morganton Road Saturday afternoon, with graveside graveside service in the Cross Creek Cemetery at 2 p.m.