THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Thursday, November 20, 1930
Funeral services were held in Greenville, S. C. at 11 o'clock Monday morning for Oscar Leonard Head, brother of Mrs. H. C. Miller, who has been in Greenville for several days previous to her brother's death Sunday night in a Greenville hospital.
Mr. Head was a locomotive engineer for the Southern Railroad, having been in continuous service as an engineer for 27 years. He was 53 years of age and never was married. He was a member of various Masonic bodies and of Oasis Shrine Temple.
Mr. Head is survived by his sister, Mrs. Miller and two half-brothers, A. D. Boling of Paragould, Ark., and W. C. Boling, of Washington, D. C.
The body was buried in a cemetery at Belton, Georgia, near the old home of the family.
Mr. Head visited his sister here several times and was well known to a number of people here where he made friends of all who knew him.