Nashville Tennessean

Aug 7, 1923
Hopkinsville Man Commits Suicide

Hopkinsville, Ky Aug 7. -Arch Goodwin, 39, shot and killed himself at San
Antonio, Texas, last night according to a telegram received this morning by
relatives.  Cause of the suicide is not know here.  He is survived by his
wife, three children and one brother.  The body will be brought here
Thursday for burial.

Mr. B. Frank Goodwin, a native Trigg Countian and for many years, a well known and successful business man of Cadiz, died 12-27-1932 in Anson, Texas where he had been residing for perhaps 25 years.
He was born near Cerulean Springs, Trigg County on 9-8-1850 and was thus 82 years of age last Sept. He was the son of robert S. and Nancy Blakeley Goodwin and the family of one of the earliest settlers of that section, the grandparents having come to this county from North Carolina when it was a part of Christian County back in 1782.

  In the early 80ís he operated a general store in Cerulean, being associated with the late Jesse T. Harper and for some years was the postmaster at Cerulean.

Later he came to Cadiz and for a number of yeats was engaged in business here with the late Geo. T. McCain and later he and John W. Cowherd were associated in business.  25 years ago he moved to Texas and has since resided at Anson.

His marriage to Miss Maggie Wilson took place here 32 years ago on Christmas Eve, Mrs. J.A. Glenn and Miss Annie Wilson of this city being sisters of Mrs. Goodwin.  One dau., Mrs. W.D. Baker of Anson survives as a result of this marriage.  The wife also survives him and one brother, Robert Goodwin of Anson.

Burial in Texas.

submitted by Yvonne Cameron
CADIZ RECORD 1-05-1933


A wire was received this week by Mrs Bob Elliott written by her aunt, Mrs Mag Goodwin of Anson Texas, announcing the death of Bob GOODWIN, who was born 89 years ago at Cerulean Springs.
He left Trigg county about 50 years ago to make his home in Texas where he has lived every since. He was quite uccessful in various business ventures in Texas and for some years was Mayor of Anson.
He retired some years ago and made his home with his son who lived near Anson. Burial was made in Anson Texas.
There survive three sons now living in Texas. He was a brother of the late Mrs S.A. PURSLEY Cerulean and Tom Goodwin,. Several nieces and nephews in the Cerulean neighborhood also survive
Cadiz Record Feb 1944


Cerulean, 66
Funeral services for Cora Sue Brummett Goodwin, 66, of Cerulean, will be conducted on Thursday, March 22, 2001, at 2 p.m. at Goodwin Funeral HOme in Cadiz.  Visitation services will be held on Wednesday at the funeral home after 4 p.m.

The Rev. Norman Ellis will be officiating the services.  Burial will follow in the Cerulean Cemetery.

Mrs. Goodwin died on March 19 at Trigg County Hospital of natural causes.

Mrs. goodwin was born on December 26, 1934 in Princeton.  She was the daughter of the late Moscoe and Gracie Howell Brummett.

Mrs. Goodwin was a homemaker and a member of the Wallonia Baptist Church.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a son, Ricky Ross Goodwin and a sister, Marie Dean Brummett.

Survivors include her husband, Roy Goodwin of Cerulean; sons and daughters in law, Rex and Gennie Goodwin, Danny and Melody Goodwin of Cerulean, Ron and Sherry goodwin of Dayton, Ohio, and Bob Goodwin of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla; daughters and sons in law, Judy and Willard Hammond of Bardwell and Connie and Carlos Narviez of Hopkinsville; 11 grandchildren, Jerry Hammond, Jennifer Swain, Michelle Warfield, Greg Goodwin, Derek Goodwin, Brandon Goodwin, Heather Ashley, Tara Holloway, Jamie Narviez, Triston Goodwin and Corey Goodwin; and four great grandchildren, Kaytaylyn Westbay, Morgan Goodwin, Jade Goodwin and Audrie Swain.

Music was provided by the Wallonia Baptist Church Choir and Bonnie Boyd, pianist.

Ill and despondent because her husband is stationed overseas with the U.S. Armed forces, Mrs Katherine CAMERON GOODWIN, 22, wife of Edward GOODWIN, ended her life late Tuesday afternoon at the home of her aunt, Mrs Alton BURGESS, 320 West Walnut Street, Mayfield, Ky by firing a 22 calibre rifle bullet into her heart.

Coroner Claude Allred who investigated the tragedy and returned a verdict of suicide, said that Mrs Goodwin had been dismissed last Sunday from a hospital in Tennessee where she had been undergoing treatment for a mental condition and had gone to Mayfield to make her home with her aunt and Mr Burgess.

He said she appeared to be in good spirits until she started reading about the war yesterday and then became despondent going upstairs she secured a 23-rifle and shot herself, the bullet going through her body after penetrating the heart. He said she died instantly.

Coroner Allred said the young woman was believed to have pressed the trigger of the rifle with an arrow which went with a bow and arrow set she had in her room. The arrow was near the rifle on the floor.
Funeral services and burial were held here last Wenesday afternoon at four o'clock. Mrs Goodwin was a native of Cadiz where her grandparents Mr and Mrs W.T. Powell, still make their home.
Survivors include her husband, stationed with the U.S. Army in England, her father, Henry CAMERON, Georgia; her mother Mrs Cecil CARTWELL, St Louis; her grandparents, Mr and Mrs W.T. Powell and a half-sister Mrs Steve Kelly, St. Louis.
We wish to sincerely thank all of the many kind neighbors and friends for their thoughtfulness during our recent bereavement in the death of Mrs Katherine CAMERON Goodwin.

We especially wish to thank the young ladies who were in charge of the flowers at the funeral service. Mr and Mrs W.T. POWELL Mr and Mrs Alton BURGESS Mrs ErnestDUIGUID Mr and Mrs Steve KELLY Mr and Mrs Cecil CARTWELL
Cadiz Record Jan 1944


William F Goodwin Dies March 6
Flu and other complications claimed the life of William Fletcher GOODWIN, age 84, last March 6.
He was the son of William and Frances Goodwin, deceased.
Early in life Mr Goodwin united with the Blue Spring Baptist Church and remained a faithful member until his demise. His unswerving faith materially helped him thru his 61 years of total blindness.
Funeral services were conducted from his home, where he had spent his lifetime, and was conducted by his pastor, Rev. L.L. Spurlin. Burial was made at the Adams cemetery.
Card of Thanks
We take this means to thank each and every one, who were so good and kind during the recent death of our brother and uncle, Fletch GOODWIN. Especially do we thank the neighbors, the nurse and the preacher for comforting words; the beautiful flowers that covered his last resting place, also Mr Brown, the undertaker. May the one that comforts us, comfort you in such an hour, is the prayer of each one of us.
The Family

Cadiz Record Mar 16, 1944

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