DUNNING

GATTING DUNNING

PFC GUY DUNNING

GUY  S DUNNING
 

JOE DUNNING

LOLA MARTIN DUNNING

LONNIE L DUNNING

RAYMOND DUNNING

SUSAN DUNNING
 

WANDA JEAN DUNNING


GATTING DUNNING

Mr. Gatting Dunning has received from the Quarter Masters Department of the Government a neat headstone for his son, John W. Dunning, who died in the Federal Army.
Hopkinsville New Era
April 1887



PFC GUY DUNNING

Pfc Guy Dunning Dies At Fort Dix
Services Held Here Saturday, March 4, Camp Campbell Chaplain Officiates.
Private First Class Guy Blane DUNNING who has been in the service of his country since July 12, 1941 died at Fort Dix,
N.J. Wednesday, March 1.
The remains were shipped to Trigg county and Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Camp Campbell soldiers and a Camp Chaplain accorded Pfc Dunning a military funeral.
The cause of his death was given as a hemorrhage of the brain.
Dunning was the son of Charles DUNNING and was born and raised in Trigg county, leaving the county when he was inducted into the Armed forces. He was married to Eslita EMMERSON and had recently been transferred toFort Dix
from a camp in Texas.
There survive besides his wife, and father, one brother, Henry DUNNINGof Cadiz, three sisters, Miss Rosa Lee DUNNING, Cadiz; Mrs Eurie FREEMAN, Princeton and Miss Betty Louis DUNNING of Hopkinsville. Also surviving are several aunts and uncle.
The young ladies in charge of the flowers were Miss Mary Lou Adams, Miss Mary Evelyn Boren, Miss Annarine Noel, Miss Margaret Harrison all of Cadiz. Miss Barbara Alice Dunning of Bardville and Miss Dorothy Marie Rich of Princeton.
Cadiz Record - death Mar 04 1944



GUY S DUNNING
DIES IN PRINCETON FORMERLY LIVED IN TRIGG COUNTY AND WAS FIFTY-TWO YEARS OF AGE
GUY SHELTON DUNNING
Son of Late Levi S. Dunning And Prominent Citizen of County For Years.
MR. GUY SHELTON DUNNING, a former prominent Trigg county citizen living near Wallonia, died last Saturday morning
at his home in Princeton, where he had resided since moving from Trigg County more than six years ago.
Mr. Dunning had been in failing health for more than a year. He had made several trips to Hot Springs and consulted specialists over the country, but no permanent, relief resulted. The immediate cause of his death, however was stroke of apoplexy.
Mr. Dunning was a son of the late Levi S. Dunning, his mother being a Miss Shelton before her marriage, He was born at the Dunning home near Wallonia, being the oldest of a family of four children, and was ---ty two years of age at the time of his death.
He had spent his entire life in Trigg county until he moved to Princeton a few years ago. He was married something like ---teen years ago to Miss Wylie, of Princeton, and the wife survives him. They had no children.
After attending the public schools the county,Mr. Dunning also attended Center College at Danville, and he was a man of splendid education. In fact there were few men in Trigg county who were the equal of Guy Dunning in the intelligence and warning. He had been active in the affairs and always command a strong following in any position he took upon public matters.
He was active in the management of the tobacco organization and for two years held the position of official grader. He was also active in the political affairs of the county for years.
He had many many friends and was always loyal to them. He also had his enemies, as all men have who have strong
convictions. Plain spoken and frank , one always knew where to find him, and to differ meant a battle until the contest was over.
He was a member of the Christian church and a mason and took much interest in the affairs of both the church and his lodge.
Funeral services were held at the Christian church in Princeton Monday afternoon at two o'clock, services being conducted by the pastor, Rev. J.L. Alderson. The Knight Templar, of which he was a member officated at the burial.
He was also a member of the Shrine.
A number of old friends from Trigg county attended the funeral and burial in Princeton.
The only survivor of the immediate family is one brother, Herschel Dunning, who has resided in Arkansas, for a number of years past.
Cadiz Record Date unknown - After 1923

JOE DUNNING
Pennyrile Deaths April 7, 1999
JOE DUNNING
CADIZ, Ky. Joe Dunning, 78, Cadiz, died at 2 a.m. Sunday at his home of natural causes. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Goodwin Funeral Home, with the Rev. David Futrell officiating. Burial will be in Trigg Memory Acres. Visitation will begin at 5 p.m. Thursday. A native of Trigg County, he was born May 15, 1920, the son of the late Charlie and Joseph Hopson Dunning. He was a farmer and a Baptist:
Survivors include a sister, Rosie Harper, Cadiz.
LOLA MARTIN DUNNING

Lola Martin Dunning, 83, Crofton, Ky.
Died Wednesday 2 July 1975 at Parklawn Nursing Home, Hopkinsville.
Born 23 Sept 1891 in Christian Co., daughter of James and Viola Brewer Martin.
Member of Crofton Baptist Church. Her husband, Dilmus Dunning, died in 1959.
Survivors: four sons, Leon and Ivey both of Crofton, Iley of Nortonville and James Dunning of Madisonville; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Viola Young and Mrs. Odell Jones both of Crofton; one brother, Audie Martin of Madisonville; three sisters, Mrs. Exie Wilcox of Madisonville, Mrs. Virdie Dorris of Evansville, Ind., and Mrs. Elizabeth Pyle of Crofton; 12 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
Services: Saturday 5 July 1975, burial in Ridgetop Cemetery, Crofton. Bandy Funeral Home, Nortonville.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Thursday 3 July 1975


LONNIE L DUNNING

The Times Leader
Princeton, Ky.
Sept. 11, 1999
Lonnie L. Dunning, 57, of Cadiz, died Thursday, Sept. 9, 1999, at Caldwell County Hospital in Princeton.
A 13 year employee of Arvin Industries in Princeton and a 19 year employee at Lake Barkley State Resort Park, he was a member of Trigg County Baptist Church in Cadiz, and was born Sept. 8, 1942, a son of the late Lois Blane "Kayo" and Myrtle Grace Dupass Dunning.
He was preceded in death by a step-mother, Jo Dunning ; a daughter, Nicole Leann Dunning in 1995 ; a brother, Ronald Dunning on Oct. 26, 1996, and a sister, Rita Dunning.
Survivors include his wife, Patricia Clark Dunning ; two son, Jason Kendall Dunning and Dustin Michael Dunning, both of Cadiz ; two step-sons, David Alan Clark and Daniel James Clark, both of the home ; a nephew, Rodney Dunning of Winston-Salem, N.C., and an uncle, Robert Glinkin of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, Sept 12, at King's Funeral Home in Cadiz with the Rev John Mitchekll officiating.
Burial will follow in Robertson Cemetery in Trigg County, Ky


RAYMOND DUNNING

             Raymond Dunning, 80, Crofton, died
             Wednesday night, March 1, 2000, at NHC
             Nursing Home, Dawson Springs, of natural causes.

             Arrangements are incomplete at Hughart and Beard
             Funeral Home, Crofton.
 
             RAYMOND E. DUNNING

             Services for Raymond Edward Dunning, 80,
             Castleberry-Crofton Road, will be at 2 p.m.
             Saturday at Hughart and Beard Funeral Home,
             Crofton, with the Rev. Fred Richardson officiating.

             Burial will be in Ridgetop Cemetery. Visitation
             will be from 4 until 8 tonight.

             He died at 7:25 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, 2000,
             at NHC Nursing Home, Dawson Springs, following
             a brief illness.

             A native of Crofton, he was born March 16, 1919,
             the son of the late Odie and Dora Alexander
             Dunning. He had retired after 20 years working as
             a forklift operator for Federal Cement Tile. He
             was a World War II Army veteran and a member of
             the Crofton Baptist Church.

             Survivors include his wife, Margaret Cansler
             Dunning; two sons, Terry Dunning, Lowell, Ind.,
             Dean Dunning, Greenville; two daughters, Anita
             Grabara and Patsy Trost, both of Crofton; three
             sisters, Eva Clark Beal, Portage, Ind., Mary
             Alexander, Crofton, Lois Alexander, Hammond,
             Ind.; 12 grandchildren and nine
             great-grandchildren.

             Memorials may be made to the Crofton Baptist
             Church or to the Lone Star Baptist Church,
             Greenville.


SUSAN DUNNING

Mrs. Susan Dunning, wife of Gatling Dunning, died near here yesterday of dropsy.
She had been confined since July. The afflicted family have our sincere sympathy in their bereavement.
Crofton
Hopkinsville New Era... Feb 1887


WANDA JEAN DUNNING

 Wanda Jean Dunning, 64, Owensboro, formerly of Crofton died of at 4:20 p.m. Friday of natural causes. Services will be at 2pm Monday at Hugart and Beard Funeral Home in Crofton. A native of Chirstian Co.
she was born June 18, 1933 to the late Raymond Eugene and Beulah Margaret Lester Dunning. She was a teacher in the Owensboro School district for 21 years. She also taught for 4 years in Crofton. She is survived by a brother William Herschel ille and a sister, Helen Lee, of Greenville.



 
 
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