Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald
and George J. Legg Taken By Death KESLERS CROSS LANES, Oct. 26 -- George Jesse Legg ( 81, prominent prominent retired farmer of Keslers Cross Lanes, died Tuesday morning morning in a Montgomery hospital. For the past few years he had made his home with his daughters daughters in Fayetteville. He was a member of the Zoar Baptist Church and the Masonic Lodge of Fayetteville. Funeral services will be held at the Zoar Baptist Church at here Arnette met Keslers Cross Lanes Thursday at 2 p. m., with Rev. H. C. Piercey officiating. Burial will follow in. the church cemetery, with the Masonic Lodge in charge of graveside graveside rites. The body will remain at the D. R. Simons Mortuary Summersville until the funeral hour. s Surviving are three brothers, Joe Legg. Portsmouth, Ohio; James Legg, Raineile; Hill Legg, Jenky; five sisters, Mrs. Bette \Malcolm, Beckley; Mrs. J. S. Dickinson and Mrs. Martha D. Rose, both of FayeUeville: Mrs. Beard, Detroit, Mich.; | and Mrs. Bertie Woclv.-ine, will j land, Ohio; a foster s^n,' few j Starbuck, Huntinetorr and Crott, Ansted.