CADIZ, Ky. -- Dorothy D. Calhoun, 78, Cadiz,       died at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, March 26, 2000, at  Trigg County Hospital of natural causes.

 Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Goodwin Funeral Home, with the Rev. Paul Cannon officiating. Burial will be in Bethlehem Cemetery  in the Land Between The Lakes. Visitation will begin at 4 this afternoon.

 A native of Lyon County, she was born Jan. 2, 1922, the daughter of the late Gaylon and Mahala  Browning Duncan. She was a homemaker and a  member of the Canton Baptist church. Her husband, Carl Calhoun, preceded her in death.

Survivors include two sons, Tommy and Glenn  Calhoun, both of Trigg County; a brother, Wallace  Duncan, Kuttawa; four sisters, Nadine Fox,  Elizabeth Duncan, Virginia McQuigg and Lavern Sinek, all of Kuttawa and two grandsons.


Funeral services for Henry Calhoun, 92, 9f Cadiz, were conducted on March 8, 1998, at the Goodwin Funeral Home.
The Rev. Jimmie D. Oliver officiated the services. Burial followed in the Calhoun-Joiner Cemetery in Trigg County.
Mr. Calhoun was born on Oct 16, 1905. he was the son of the late Andrew "Andy" Jackson Calhoun and Maude Luttrell Calhoun.
Mr. Calhoun was a farmer and logger. He was a member of the Bumpus Mills Captist Church.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Ealer Bland Calhoun in 1994; three brothers, Charles, Bill and Dennis Calhoun;and two sisters, Opal Dawson and Lucille Skinner.
Survivors include a son and daughter in law, Tommy Ray and Nina Calhoun of Trigg County; two daughters and son in law, Brenda and Dotson Morgan of Clarksville, Tenn., and Linda and Clayton Marquess of Bumpus Mills, Tenn; five grandchildren, Darla Joiner, Lori Morgan, Rex Marquess, Ricky Joiner, Jimmy Dawson, Matt Joiner and Mike Joiner.
Music was provided by Donna Lafferty, pianist and vocalist, and Roy Marquess Jr., vocalist.
March 11, 1998


CADIZ, Ky. -- Lance Wayne Calhoun, 36, Cadiz, died at 6:20 a.m. Tuesday, April 17,  2001, at his home of natural causes.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Goodwin Funeral Home, with the Rev. James Shuck officiating. Burial will be in Bethlehem Cemetery in the Land Between the Lakes in Trigg County.  Visitation will begin at 4 this afternoon.

A native of Alton, Ill., he was born Nov. 15, 1964, the son of Tommy W. Calhoun and Madie McAllister Calhoun, both of Cadiz. He was an  architect and a member of the Dyers Chapel United  Methodist Church.

His parents are his only survivors.


Almo Woman Burns To Death
Mrs. Louisa CALHOUN, 70, Alone in Home When it is Destroyed by Fire
Murray, KY. Dec. 6--(Special) Mrs. Louisa CALHOUN was burned to death this morning when her home in the Almo vicinity was destroyed by fire.

Mrs. Calhoun was 70 years of age and was the wife of George CALHOUN. She was in the house alone when the fire broke out, and when help came it was unable to rescue her.  Coroner Churchill was called to the scene and an inquest was held over the badly charred body. The following jury was empaneled; R. E. Rowland, C.T. Alton, A.F. Allen, Ed Eldridge, J.I. Brandon and Wilson Howlett. Their verdict was that the house caught fire from an unknown cause, and that Mrs. Calhoun was burned to death therein.
Mrs Calhoun is survived by her husband, several children, and numerous relatives of the county. Burial services have not been arranged.
Murray, Ky Dec 06, 1928


Services for Dr. Neal Calhoun, 74, Deepwood Drive, will be at 1 p.m. Monday at First Christian Church, with the Rev. James O. Hazelrigg officiating. Burial will follow in Bethlehem Cemetery, Lyon County.
Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Hughart and Beard Funeral Home, Hopkinsville.

Calhoun died at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 17, 1997, at his home following an illness.

A native of Lyon County, he was born April 25, 1922, son of the late A.T. and Julia Knoth Calhoun. He was a medical doctor, having been in private practice in Hopkins and Christian counties for 37 years prior to his retirement in 1987.

Calhoun received his bachelor of science degree from Western Kentucky University and a doctor of medicine degree from the University of Louisville. He also completed a one-year rotating internship and one year of residency in internal medicine at the University of Louisville Hospital.
Calhoun was a founding fellow and former board member of Western's L.Y. Lancaster Memorial Lectureship Society.

In addition, he was a member of the Kentucky Medical Association, the emeritus staff at Jennie Stuart Medical Center, Pennyrile Medical Society and the American Academy of Family Practice.

He was a lifetime member of the Madisonville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 5480, a World War II veteran and a Navy lieutenant, having served 31//2 years in that branch.

Survivors include his wife, Mary Wharton Calhoun; two sons, Charles L. Calhoun, San Francisco, Calif., and Dr. Travis Calhoun, Hopkinsville; two daughters, Carolyn C. Cox, Livermore, Calif., and Mary R. Mocs, Olympia, Wash.; four sisters, Maude Schmidt, Hopkinsville; Daisy C. Taylor, Destin, Fla., Jane C. Lane, Murray, and Elsie C. Stutts, Lakeland, Fla.; and six grandchildren.

In Memory of Our Darling___ Donaldson, Ky., Jan.24,1913. The snow-winged angel of death visited the home of Matt and Ora Calhoun Jan. 17,1913, and took from them their darling baby boy, Sammy, age two months and ten days. Deep cold and brain fever caused his death. He leaves a father and mother, one little brother and sister to mourn his death. Oh, how sad it was when we knew that our little darling could be with us no longer.

His Loving Mother

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