Infant Son of H D CARLOSS

Memorial (year unknown)
The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Carloss April 18 and took their darling boy aged two months three days.
Everything that loving hands could bestow upon him was done, but God called him and he had to go. Weep not papa and mama, he is waiting with his loving arms outstretched to welcome his loved ones. His remains were laid to rest in the old burying ground at his grandfather's, E. W. Tuggle. His little grave was covered with flowers.    His Cousin


April 16, 1925
Death Claims Former Trigg County Lady
End Came Last Thursday Night To Mrs. Ida Carloss In Hopkinsville

Daughter of Late Robert Mize And Grew To Womanhood At Canton In Trigg County

Mrs. Ida B. Carloss, widow of the late James W. Carloss, died Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Mattie Boyd, a relatives on east Thirteenth street. Mrs. Carloss had been an invalid for some time from paralysis and her death was not unexpected.
Mrs. Carloss was about fifty-nine years of age and a lady of estimable traits and wide popularity. She was of a quiet and retiring disposition, but had a host of friends to whom she was endeared by her sunny disposition, bright intellect and many acts of kindness. She was a member of the Methodist church and of the Eastern Star.
She is survived by several brothers, all of whom live in the South.
Funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. Boyd Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. A. R. Kasey, Interment in Riverside cemetery with the services at the grave conducted by the Eastern Star. HOPKINSVILLE NEW ERA
Mrs. Carloss formerly lived in Trigg county. She was the daughter of the late Robert W. Mize, of Canton, and grew to womanhood in Trigg county, where she lived until her marriage to Mr. Carloss.
She was on a visit to Trigg county last winter when stricken. It was at the home of a niece. Mrs. Mynard Williams, a few miles from Canton, and her condition was then regarded as critical. She was later removed to Hopkinsville, and never recovered to any material extent. She was a splendid lady and had many friends in Trigg county. Mrs. E. L. Hancock, of Cadiz, is a cousin, and Bailey Mize, living across Cumberland river from Linton, is a brother. Joe and Charley Mize are two other brothers who reside in Mississippi.
Cadiz Record


January 16, 1925
Long Illness Fatal To Garnett Carloss
Young Roaring Spring Farmer Forty Years Of Age Passes Away
Eldest Son of George P. Carloss And Parents, Wife and Brother Survive
Mr. James Garnett Carloss, a clever young farmer living ion Casey's Creek in Roaring Spring district, died at the family home on January 16th after a long illness of lung trouble and other complications. His condition had grown quite critical and death was not a surprise to his family and friends.
Mr. Carloss was forty years of age and the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Carloss. The parents and one brother, Henry C. Carloss, survive him.
He was married two years ago to Miss Virginia Sholar, daughter of the late Mrs. Helen Sholar, and the wife is also among the bereaved to mourn his death.
Mr. Carloss was a member of the Baptist church and had been for a long time and was a clever young man with many friends, and his death is deeply mourned by many friends.
Burial took place at the family burying ground on the place where he died, a large number of sorrowing friends being present to pay a last tribute of respect to a man held in high esteem by all.
Cadiz Record


February 24, 1925
Esq. Grigsby's Sister Dies Near Hopkinsville
End Came Last Friday Night To Mrs. T. H. Carloss At Eighty-Nine
Formerly Lived In Trigg And Number Of Relative Live in County
Mrs. Martha Ann Carloss, a native of Trigg county and sister of Esq. R. J. Grigsby and Mrs. Ollie Sloan, several miles south east of Cadiz, died last Friday night at her home near Hopkinsville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Patterson, Mrs. J. W. Bruff, G. P. Thomas, R. E. Grigsby and Bailey P. Grigsby are some of the Trigg county friends and relatives who attended the funeral and burial in Hopkinsville Saturday.
In speaking of the death of Mrs. Carloss the HOPKINSVILLE NEW ERA I of last Saturday says:
Mrs. Martha Ann Carloss died at her home on the Cadiz road Friday night at the ripe age of eighty-nine years. Mrs. Carloss' death was due to weaknesses of her age, her physical body simply being unable to function longer. Her death was peaceful and serene, as befitted the beautiful life which she had lived.
She was born in Trigg county near Cadiz, on August 4, 1835, and was married there to T. H. Carloss, who died in 1917. The couple bought the farm near this city on the Cadiz road and took possession of it in 1875 and had lived there ever since and were recognized as among the most substantial and useful people of the county.
Mrs. Carloss was a member of the Methodist church from childhood and took deep interest in its work so long as she was able. In her daily life she practiced the principles which she professed and by her attractive personality, her deeply sympathetic and beneficent disposition and her interest in those about her she made friends of everyone. To her family she was devoted and self sacrificing.
She is survived by three sons, Ben, Tom and W. O. Carloss, and one daughter Miss Ida Carloss.
Funeral services will be held at the grave in Riverside cemetery this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
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