James O. Inscoe

Submitted by: Mary Jean Inscoe

THE FREE LANCE STAR Fredericksburg, VA.
January 26, 1960

 A funeral service for James O. Inscoe, 45, of Alexandria, who died in an Alexandria hospital Sunday of injuries suffered Jan. 19 in a tugboat accident, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Grace Methodist Church at Rollins Fork in King George County.  The Rev. W. B. Epps will officiate.  Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
 Inscoe, an employee of the Smoot Sand & Gravel Co. at Alexandria, was injured when a rope connected to a tugboat caught him across the chest and pinned him against a pilot house on the boat.
 Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Helen Inscoe of Oak Grove; four brothers, Harry Inscoe of King George, Cliff Inscoe of Alexandria, Mason Inscoe and Ordes Inscoe of Oak Grove; and two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Frank of Oak Grove and Mrs. Bessie Inscoe of Washington.
 The body is at the Nash & Slaw Funeral Home.

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