Roy Leach
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Roy S Leach (1911 - 1976)

Roy S Leach
Born in Terley, Campbell County, Tennessee, United States of Americamap
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Biography

Roy S. Leach, 64, of Goshen, Ind., died Wednesday due to an automobile accident.
He was a member of the Cedar Hill Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nell Norman Leach of Goshen, Ind.; four sons, Bill Leach of Kingston, Tenn., Jerry Leach of Mississippi, Gordon of Detroit, Mich. and Raymond Leach of Warren, Mich.; one daughter, Mrs. Charles Settles of Goshen, Ind.; ten grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Shirley Ellison of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Bessie Cuskit of Dayton, Ohio and Mrs. Dorothy Pierce of Speedwell; three brothers, Charles Leach of LaFollette, Carl Leach of Tampa, Fl., and Harrison Leach of Indianapolis, Ind.
Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Walters Chapel by the Rev. Owen Hatmaker. Burial was in Bakers Forge Cemetery.
Walters Funeral Home, LaFollette, was in charge of arrangements.[1]

Roy is buried in Bakers Forge Memorial Cemetery, Demory, Campbell County, Tennessee.[2][3]


Sources

  1. Obituary, LaFollette Press, 28 Oct 1976.
  2. Cemeteries of Campbell County, Tennessee History in Stone. Dorothy Bruce. 1989. p12. Repository: Montgomery County Library Genealogy Department. 104 I45 N, Conroe, TX 77301-2720. Accessed Oct 2017.
  3. Tombstone.


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