first here is his obit, notice he is called Pete and the names of his siblings, then below this is an obit for a brother who died several years earlier and lists their parents.
SHADY SPRING - Samuel "Pete" Kincaid, 75, of Shady Spring, Raleigh County, died Tuesday in Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital after a short illness. He was a retired farmer. Surviving: wife, Sadie Adkins Kincaid; son, Johnnie Lee of Shady Spring; daughter, Mrs. Bessie Smith of Shady Spring; sisters, Mrs. Ola Nellie Smith of Danese, Mrs. Lizzie Stetler of Charleston, Mrs. Ocie Bennett of Beard, Mrs. Thelma Wilburn of Kilsyth, Miss Jocie Kincaid of Huntington; 2 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Service will be 2 p.m. Thursday in Blue Ridge Funeral Home, Beckley. Burial will be in Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 5 to 9
Wednesday, February 20 1974
Last Rites Set For Abraham Resident
Funeral services for Mack Kincaid of Abraham, 48 who died at his residence at 12:05 yesterday morning after an illness of several months will be conducted from the New Salem Church of Abraham at 2 p. m. Tuesday with the Rev. Freddy Steele officiating. Burial will be made in the New Salem cemetery. Kincaid was employed in the shops of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway at Hinton prior to his illness, and was born Nov. 18, 1906 at Abraham the,son of the late Sam and Estaline Vance Kincaid.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sally Bragg Kincaid and the following children, Nellie, Mary Bell, Billy Joe, Jack, Jimmy, Charles, and Freddy all at home; two brothers, Pete of Shady Springs and Charles of Abraham; five sisters, Mrs. Nellie Smith of Danese, Mrs. Thelma Wilburn of Crow, Mrs/Elizabeth Statler of Charleston, Mrs. Ocie Bennett of Abraham and Miss Josie Kincaid of Huntington. The body was removed from the Quesenberry and Webb funeral home to the residence yesterday afternoon.
BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA., MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 6,1953
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