Nashville, GA Head On Auto Crash, Nov 1951

NINE LIVES LOST IN HEAD-ON CRASH.

Nashville, Ga. (AP) - A young mother lost her parents, husband and daughter in a head-on collision that claimed the lives of nine persons Saturday night.
Four of the dead were Marines stationed at Parris Island. Sheriff J. R. Nix identified them as JAMES E. CONNOR, JR., 22, of Inverness, Fla.; CURTIS MOORSE, 21, of Alapaha, Ga.; ROY JOSEPH HULMAN, 23, and DAVID T. DUKE, JR. Addresses of the latter were not available.
The state highway patrol identified the others killed - all of Alapaha, Ga. - as M. L. LUKE, 60, and his 56-year-old wife; WILLIAM EASON, 41; and his six-year-old daughter, GLENDA; and ANNETTE HENDERSON, 9, a niece of the LUKES.
MRS. EASON who was not in the crash, was the daughter of the LUKES.

The Norwich Sun New York 1951-11-12