From the message you posted I suspect you expect (or at least hope for) "the relatives" to see your message and contact you. That happens so infrequently I think you can discount the possibility.
If you are serious about finding relatives, you need to get a copy of his obituary from the Sep 27th, 28th, 29th, or 30th issue of the largest newspaper in the county (Naccodoches County). That will probably be in the town with the same name as the county and the newsparer is likely to be archived in the in the public library. If you don't live nearby or have someone living there to do the lookup, go to the TxGenWeb Nacagdoches County web site and see if there is a lookup volunteer. If not post a message on the site message board (query forum) asking for someone to look it up and send you a copy. Don't forget to provide his full name and full date and place of death.
Since you didn't indicate where he lived, I just assumed he lived in the same county and state where he died. If that is not the case, the actions above will not help locate his obituary.
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