Mrs. Lavinia Pollard Murley, 99, West Side pioneer, succumbed last night in a local hospital. Mrs. Murley, widow of the late John Murley, was born July 25, 1860, in Newlyn, England. At the time of her death she resided at 4 Cherry Lane. She had resided on the West Side for 40 years and had been a resident of the State for the past 74 years. Survivors include tow daughters, Edith McAdams of Taft and Bessie Brobst of Bakersfield; two sons, Norman P. and C. Howard Murley, both of Taft. Ten grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Murley was a member of the First Methodist Church of Taft. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10 in the First Methodist Church with the Reverend Chester Lewis officiating with Reverend Max Greenlee of the First Presbyterian Church assisting. Interment will be in the West Side District Cemetery. The family stated that persons wishing to do so may send gifts to the Memorial Fund of the First Methodist Church in the memory of Mrs. Murley.