Pearl Bray Inskeep obituary
MRS. PEARL LNSKEEP \VESTER\PORT - Mrs. Pearl Melva Wilson Inskeep, 71, died today at her home in Barton. A native of Kitzmiller, she a daughter of the late Charles and Molly (Jenkins' Bray. Mrs. Inskeep was twice mar- ried. Her first husband was Wil- liam P. Wilson and her second Joseph P. Inskeep. Both preced- ed her in death. | She was a member of Bethel Methodist Church, Kilzmiller. 'Â· Surviving are t h r e e Charles Wilson, LaVale; William Wilson, Westernporl and Robert Wilson, Frostburg: six daughters, Mrs. Elton Baughman, Mrs. ard Da\vson and Mrs. Paul ner, all of Baltimore; Mrs. Boal, Westernport: Mrs. Lewis! Lemon, Keyser, and Mrs. Donaldjent Knott, Westernport; one stepson, Joseph Inskeep Jr., McCoole; one stepdaughter. Mrs. Manley Brashear, Westernport; one sis- ter, Mrs. Vernon Michaels, Pitts- burgh, and 21 grandchildren. The body is at the Boal Home here where friends will received today from 7 to 9 p. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and to 9 p. m. Services will be held at the neral home Thursday at 2 p. with Rev. Raymond Gau. pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Piedmont, officiating. Interment will be in Philos Cemeterv.