G.W. Holloway Dead
Passed Away At Princeton -- Had Relatives in Cadiz
Mr. G.W. HOLLOWAY an uncle by marriage of County Judge G.B.BINGHAM and a brother of Mr C.M. HOLLOWAY, of this place, died last week at his home in Princeton, Ky.

In speaking of his death the Princeton Leader has the following to say: Last Tuesday morning Mr George W. HOLLOWAY succumbed to paralysis.

He was in his seventy first year and spent a useful and honorable life. About eight years ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis . On Saturday, January 27th he received the third stroke while at the home of his son in law, Mr Jasper MARTIN, and remained in a precarious condition until death relieved his suffering at 10 oÕclock Tuesday February 2.

He was the oldest member of a large family and prior to his death had resided at the old Holloway home stead. He was a brother of Mrs Urey KEVIL, of this city, Mrs H.C. COBB, of Kuttawa, Mrs Mattie JOHNSON, Dycusburg, C.M. HOLLOWAY, of Cadiz, J.H. HOLLOWAY, of Eddyville and Robert HOLLOWAY, of Troy, Tenn.
His wife, who preceded him to the grave several months ago, was a Miss BINGHAM , and was a sister of Major BINGHAM and Mr John BINGHAM, both deceased.

Funeral services were conducted at the old homestead Wednesday afternoon by Rev. J.W.CROWE, pastor of the Saratoga M.E. church, of which Mr Holloway had been a constant member. The remains were then laid to rest in the family burying ground there to await the resurrection morn. Cadiz Record - Feb 1905


Death At the Asylum
John Holloway, aged 60 an inmate of the asylum,from Paducah, died last Friday.

The interment took place in the asylum cemetery Monday.Hopkinsville Kentuckian May 1900

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