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Sunday, July 10, 2016

From the Files of Marguerite Cook Clark: Priscilla Neal Williams

Priscilla Neal  7 1/2 months. 

Priscilla Neal was born on December 24, 1902 to Alice Belle Neal and Thomas W. Neal. She grew up in Castor, Bienville Parish, Louisiana and lived much of her adult life in Minden, Webster Parish. 

Priscilla Neal married Lory W. Williams and had two daughters. She was a homemaker and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Minden where she was active in the United Methodist Women. 

Priscilla Neal Williams died on October 20, 1998 in Shreveport. Her husband died three years earlier. They are both buried in Old Castor Cemetery. 


       Priscilla was one of 13 graduates of Castor High        School in 1922. Click here to see the names of her       classmates and other school information. 


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Sources

Family photographs and documents from the collection of Marguerite Cook Clark. Accessed April 28, 2014 and September 14, 2014. Used with permission.

Shoemaker, Suzanne. "Obit: Priscilla Neal Williams, Caddo Par., Louisiana" The USGenWeb Project Louisiana Archives Nov. 1998. Web. 7 Jul. 2016. <http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/caddo/obits/williamspn.txt>.

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