Laura Williams obit, Anderson (Ind.) Daily Bulletin, 18 June 1964
HE generally counted as leaning toward oldwater. Laura Williams Dies Wednesday Mrs. Laura Williams, 74, . 32nd St., died Wednesday fternoon at Logansport Hos- ital after a two week stay here. A native of Carrollton, Ky., tie was a t member of. the Bap- ist Church there. Her husband, (ames Williams, died in 1960, She is survived by a daughter, Irs. Myrtle Taylor of Anderon; Anderon; a brother, Orva Tingle of Carrollton, Ky.; a sister,,,Mrs. lyrtle Perry of Smithfield, ~y.; two granddaughters, Mrs. larry DeVol and Mrs. Gene C. Barnes, both of Anderson; two ;randsons, Rev. James Wiliams Wiliams of Racine, Wis., and 'homas Williams of Galesburg, 11, and 13 great-grandchildren. Friends are being received at le Baker Brothers Funeral lome. Funeral services will be onducted at 10 a.m. Saturday t the Tandy and Echler Fu- eral Home in Carrollton. Ky., Â·ith the Rev. Ted Huchaby of- cialing. Interment will be in IOOF Cemetery, there. The ody will be removed to Carroll- on on Friday.