MRS ALICE MALONE died at her home in this city last Monday morning at three o'clock of consumption.
She had been in feeble health for the past year and for several months had been confined to her bed, and her death had been daily expected for several weeks.
Mrs. Malone was 52 years old last June, and the daughter of JOHN SUMMER, deceased.
Thirty-five years ago the 26th of last January she was married to THOS J. MALONE and to this union nine children were born, eight of whom are yet living.
She was left a widow about five years ago, and the remaining years of her life were devoted to the care of her children, and the sacrifice she made for them is the best index of her
devotion to those God had given her and the love a true mother bears for her off-springs.
She was a member of the Baptist church, and while she was not active in its services, her life was one of purtiy and in keeping with her demands made of a true Christian character. Her death to is a great loss to her children, to other surviving relatives and friends her taking away is felt with deep sorrow.
Funeral services were held at the family residence Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. I. N. Strother, the burial took place at the old Malone graveyard three miles west of Cadiz.
Cadiz Record - 1904


ARTHUR S. MALONE, better known as Crick Malone, age 67, died of a heart attack.
Mr. MALONE, endeavored to start his car by pushing it, near his home, 2003 Guthrie avenue, and when to motor failed , he crossed the street to catch a bus. The overexertion caused a heat attack.
Mr. MALONE held the second oldest membership in Carpenters
Union No. 559, having been a member for 38 years. For 15 years he has been its secretary. He came from Cadiz to
Paducah in 1905 to make his home here.
Surviving him are three sisters, Misses WILLIE and ALICE MALONE, Paducah, and Mrs. W. E. SMITH, Dayton, Oh; several nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements have not been made, pending arrival of his sister from Dayton. Friends may call at the Lindsey funeral home.
Funeral services for ARTHUR S (CLICK) Malone, who died suddenly of a heart attack Tuesday morning near his home, 2003 Guthrie avenue will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the Lindsey funeral home. R. W. McGregor of the Church ofChrist will officiate. Interment will be in the Cadiz cemetery in Cadiz. The pallbearers will be Jodie Vaughn, J. W.Carlton, Joe Arts, R. H. Lugis, I. S. Sams and Eugene East. Paducah - 1944


E P. MALONE, 82, years of age, died at his home near Cadiz, the second Monday in June, about 5:30 a.m.
It is unusual that his wife who preceded him to the grave died ten years of the same month
The deceased was born in this county. His family moved to the farm near Cadiz when Mr. MALONE was six years old, and he spent the remaining years of his life on that farm. He was very proud of this record, and often remarked of it. He was the last member of his family to die.
Mr. MALONE for the most part engaged in farming as an occupation. He was troubled with a heart affection and that is given as the cause of death.
Surviving him are four daughters, Misses IDA and ETHEL
MALONE, Mrs. CLARENCE MCATEE and Mrs. VIV HENDERSON, and two sons HENRY and ELLIOTT MALONE, all of this county.
Mr. Malone was a member of the Dyter's Chapel Methodist Church.
His funeral services were conducted by the Rev J. A. Johnson, pastor of that church Tuesday afternoon, and burial was in the Malone family grave yard.
Cadiz Record - 1957


EDWARD WILKERSON MALONE age, 67, quietly passed away Friday evening, March 27 at 8 o'clock at Trigg County Hospital where he had been a patient for the past ten days.
Every effort was made to restore his health, sparing no expense, but it was one of those sad cases where the ravages of disease baffle all human and medical skill and the racked body was at last compelled yield. Mr. MALONE'S health first began to fail in October of 1958 and he, with Mrs. MALONE at his bedside, spent a month in Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. He returned home, apparently much improved, but his condition grew worse and he again returned to Vanderbilt Hospital in January of 1959 for treatment. This period of improvement was for a short duration and he slowly began to grow worse until his last stay in Trigg County Hospital where his condition had been regarded as critical for several days.
Born in Trigg County April 7, 1891, he was a son of HENRY and ALICE WILKERSON MALONE and a member of Trigg County
who contributed their part in the contributed their part in the making of the county.
Mr. MALONE served in France with the U. S. Infantry Artillery during World War I and was a charter member of American-Legion Post No 74 in Trigg County.
He was associated for a number of years with his father in Malone Bros. Wagon Company and for the past twenty years a member of the staff at the Cadiz Post Office. Mr. MALONE was an ardent sportsman and enjoyed camping, fishing and hunting.
There was repose and restfulness in his gentle, quiet, personality and his home and family were the fulfillment of every ambition and dream for he was a devoted husband, excellent father, helpful neighbor and loyal friend.
On November 17, 1920, he was united in marriage to Miss FRANCES CHAPPELL and to this union was born two children, SARAH CHAPPELL MALONE, Long Beach, Calf., and CHARLES MALONE ,
Hopkinsville. In addition to his wife and Children, he is survived by 3 sisters, Mrs. NORINE PEACE, Dallas, Texas.
Mrs. MARY ESSELTY, Paducah, and Mrs. NORFEET, Canney, Alanta, Ga. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 28, at 1 p.m. from Campbell-Hall funeral home with pastor, Rev. S. R. Gilliam officiating and assisted by Rev. J. Norman and Mrs. W. H. Rawles, Jr., were inn charge of the music. Burial was made in East End Cemetery.
Pallbearers were jack Nunn, Dr. John Futrell , Herman Boyd, Don Schardein, Prentice Oliver and Porter Piercy.
Assistance with the flOwers were Mrs. John L Street, Mrs. John F. White, Mrs. Edward C. Headkey, Mrs. John Futrell,
Mrs. George S. Lawrence, Mrs. Jack Nunn, Mrs. J. E. Broadbent, and Miss Laurine Humpries.
Those from out of town here to attend the final rites were: Mr. And Mrs. Phil E. Chappell, Mr. And Mrs. John Blane, Mrs. Walace Henderson,William Deatherage, S. T. Trimble, Lucy Joiner, Jr., Mayo Furgerson, Hal Johnson, Jr., Miss Willie Carr, Mr. and Mrs.L. O. Hragan, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Hall, Mrs. Lucy S. Wilson all of Hopkinsville; Mrs. Mary Esseltyn, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Esseltyn, Jr., and Mrs. O. V. Dallas, Paducah: Mr. and Mrs. Ed. W. McGovern, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Schardein, Bowling Green; and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sidney S.
Johnson, Jackson, Miss.
The words of John Browning provided a closing summery; "A glance of Heaven to see, To none on earth is given, And yet a happy family is but an earlier Heaven." Cadiz Record - 1954


Cadiz, Ky. - Services for MRS. ELIZA ANN MALONE, 70, Cadiz, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Goodwin Funeral Home with the Rev. O.D. Boyd officiating and burial in East End Cemetery.
Mrs. Malone died at 9 p.m. Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. James Gray, Cadiz.
A native of Trigg County, she was born Dec 13, 1903, daughter of the late James Benjamin and Martha Ann Faughn Faughn.
She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church, Princeton.
Her husband, John Malone, died in 1940.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. James (Garvie) Gray and Mrs. Ruth Dobbins, both of Cadiz, and Mrs. Barbara Cole, Caldwell County; a sister, Mrs. Loyd Allen, Cadiz; two brothers, Alfred and Zan Faughn, Trigg County; five grandchildren and four stepgrandchildren.
Hopkinsville, Ky October 1974


Mrs. ELIZABETH LAWRENCE MALONE, wife of E. P. MALONE, died last Monday morning about eleven o'clock at the family home three miles west of Cadiz of apoplexy.
Mrs. MALONE had not enjoyed good health all spring, but
continued to go about her household affairs every day.
Sunday night she suffered an attack of acute indigestion and a physician was called and she was partially relived. She sat up some Monday morning, but grew worse up in the day, and suddenly became paralyzed and death came unexpectedly.
Mrs. MALONE was a daughter of J. HENRY LAWRENCE and MARY GUIER LAWRENCE and was born on the highway four miles west of Cadiz on the 26th of June, 1856. Had she lived until the 26 of the this month she would have been seventy-one years of age.
On December 25, 1879, she was united in marriage to E. P. MALONE and to this union seven children were born. Schuyler died eighteen years ago, and the surviving children are Misses IDA and ETHEL MALONE, Mrs. VIV HENDERSON, Mrs.
CLARENCE MCATEE, HENRY and Elliott MALONE all of Trigg County. Cadiz Record - 1927


Services for MISS EMMA ETHEL MALONE, 95, Route 2, will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Goodwin funeral Home with
the Rev. O.R. Davis officiating.
Burial will be in Malone Cemetery. She died Sunday at 11:30 a.m. in Caldwell County Hospital in Princeton after a two year illness.
Born Feb 18, 1882 in Trigg County, she was the daughter of Edmond Pendleton and Elizabeth Lawrence Malone, and a member of Dyers Chapel United Methodist church.
Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Clarence McAtee, Route 5; and one sister in law, Mrs. Annie Malone, with whom she made her home.
Hopkinsville, Ky - 1977 kinsville, Ky - 1977


Mr. HENRY MALONE , one of Trigg county's most splendid citizens and in former years one if the most popular
business men of Cadiz, died on the afternoon of June 3rd at the home of a son-in-law, Mr. J. N. ESSELSTYN, near the
Hemaitie between the rivers.
For more than two years, Mr. MALONE had been in feeble health, and for a week before his death he had been regarded as critically ill. A complication of troubles, hastened by advancing years, are responsible for his death.
Mr. MALONE was born in Hopkinsville on June 26th, 1857, son of JOHN S. and NANCY CARROLLL JOHNSON MALONE, and was one of a large family.
When very small the family moved to Madisonville, where his father was engaged in business as a wagon maker.
In 1874, when Mr. MALONE was seventeen, the family moved to Cadiz, and he was engaged in business with the father as a wagon maker of several years. Later he and a brother, O. H. MALONE operated the business as Malone Brothers. In July, 1924, Mr. MALONE retired from business, and since that time has resided most of the time with the daughter, Mrs. FESSELSTYN. During the many years he was in business here, he was held in highest esteem and for many years a member of the City Council, and retail voluntarily after serving a number of years. He always took much interest in the welfare of the town, and was one of the most useful officials the town had for many years. In 1888 he was united in marriage to Miss Alice ,Wilkerson. Four children blessed that union. Cadiz Record - 1931


MISS IDA AGNES MALONE, 83, died at her home in Trigg county at 1 p.m. Thursday.
She had been in ill health for several months and had suffered a heart attack two weeks ago.
She was a member of the Dyer's Chapel Methodist Church.
Survivors include three sisters; Mrs. ETHEL MALONE, Mrs. VIV HENDERSON and Mrs. CLARENCE MCATEE, all of Trigg county, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held today at 2:30 p.m. at Goodwin Funeral Home here with Rev. Hobart Miller officiating. Burial was in Malone Cemetery.
IN MEMORY of MISS IDA MALONE October, 12, 1879, passed away June 6, 1963. Music, Mrs. Paul Persue, Dr. R. W. Niles. Mrs Hilda Bentley, organist. Services form Goodwin Funeral home, Rev. Hobart officiating, Sleeping Malone cemetery, funeral conducted by C. V. Maxfield.Cadiz Record - 1963


Mr. Joe Malone, of Belleview, went to his barn to work Monday morning last, and failing to respond to the dinner horn his family went out to find out the cause.
Upon their arrival they found the old gentleman cold in death. The supposition is that his death was caused by heart disease. Mr. Malone was a good citizen and an honest man.
Hopkinsville New Era
Jul 1887


Funeral services were held Monday for JOHN E. MALONE, 67, who died Sunday after a long illness.
Mr. MALONE has been in bad health for sometime and his death was not unexpected.
Mr. Malone was a native of Cadiz County, having been born and raised near Cadiz. He was a prominent farmer of the community and his passing is indeed regretted.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. ELIZA FAUGHN MALONE, five children and three sisters, Misses WILLIE and ALICE MALONE, Paducah, Mrs. W. E. SMITH, Dayton, Ohio, and one brother, ARTHUR MALONE alone, Paducah.
Burial was at the Malone cemetery west of Cadiz. Funeral services were held at the graveside with Rev Luther Sanders in charge. A large crowd was present at the last rights, including several persons who cane from a distance.Cadiz Record - 1940
We wish to take this means of thanking all our friends and neighbors for the kindness shown us during the illness and death of JOHN E. MALONE. May God's richest blessing rest upon each of you. Mrs. JOHN E. MALONE and children, brothers and sisters. Cadiz Record 1940


Orrin M. Malone Claimed By Death
Illness of Five Weeks Fatal To One of Town's Leading Citizens
Born In Madisonville in 1866 had Lived In Cadiz for Fifty Years
Mr. Orrin H. Malone, one of the leading and most popular citizens of Cadiz, died last Thursday afternoon at four o'clock at his room in the Cadiz Hotel after an illness of five weeks.
Mr. Malone had not enjoyed perfect health for some time. Five weeks before his death he was taken suddenly ill and went to bed. He was regarded as a real sick man from the first, and while there were days when he would get better the improvement always appeared to be temporary with more alarming complications to follow. His illness was due to a complication of troubles and high temperature and high blood pressure were evident most every day. For several days before the end the family and attending physician realized his illness had reached a critical stage, and hopes of friends and skill of the attending physician were unable to prolong his life.
Mr. Malone was born in Madisonville on the 22nd day of November 1866, and was a son of the late John S. Malone, being one of a family of ten children. On the 4th of next July fifty years ago the family moved to Cadiz and Mr. Malone had since been a citizen of this place. He had been twice married, his first wife was Miss Helen Ellis, to whom he was married in 1891. The wife lived but a year and an only daughter lived to be about three years of age.
His second married to Miss Pearl Smith, of Cerulean Springs took place on June 23, 1897 and the wife and a little daughter, Martha survive him. Two other children Elizabeth and a little son are dead.
Surviving are two sisters and three brothers, as follows: Mrs. Kate Laseter, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Henry Malone of Cadiz; and his business partner; Ed and Roy Malone, of Chicago, and Mrs. Hixon M. Quick of Princeton.
Cadiz and no more useful citizen than Orrin Malone and none who stood higher in public esteem.
Frank in his manner, positive in his views, he conceded to all others the same rights he claimed for himself. Loyal to his friends, devoted to his family, he delighted in the company of both and was congenial and clever in his associations. He had a rare gift of humor that his friends often enjoyed, and as a recreation he was a great fisherman and delighted in the sport. A strong believer in temperance, he practiced what he preached but granted to all the right to differ it they so chose.
He was a men of great energy and a mechanic of rare genius, and there were no working hour limitations if there was labor to be performed.
For more than thirty five years he had been a member of the firm of Malone Brothers of this city, wagon makers and iron and wood workmen, and for fifteen years had been also engaged in the hotel business in Cadiz. He also owned a good farm east of town, and took interest in its management and the proper cultivation of the soil and the growing of crops and fruit.
In religion he was a Methodist and for many years had been a member of the Methodist church. He was also a member of the school board of the town of Cadiz, and had been for a number of years being re elected a year ago for another term.
To say that he will be greatly missed puts it but lightly. The friend of everybody, he enjoyed the friendship of all, and it will be no easy job to get someone to fill his place in the town and the community.
Funeral services were held at the hotel Friday afternoon at three o'clock services being conducted by his pastor, Rev. George E. Foskett. The Masons, of which he was an honored member, were in charge of the burial services, which took place at East End Cemetery. The pall bearers were among his intimate associates and they were: John W. Cowherd, A Percy White, J. Preston White, W. G. Waltrip, J. Charles Humphries and Henry R. Lawrence.
A large number of friends and sorrowing relatives accompanied the remains to their last resting place and the flowers that covered the grave were numerous and most beautiful.
Mrs. Malone will continue to operate the hotel, and for the immediate present there will be no change in the firm name nor the plan of the business done by Malone Brothers.
Cadiz Record


ROBERT ELLIOTT MALONE, 68, a retired farmer of Trigg County, died at 8 a.m. today at Trigg County Hospital.
Mr. MALONE, a veteran of World War I, was a member of Dyers Chapel where he served as trustee and was a member of the official board.
He is survived by his wife; Mrs. ANNA WILLIAMS MALONE, four daughters, Mrs. JIMMIE SMITH, Christian County, Mrs. DOUGLAS HAYES, Hopkinsville, Mrs. WALLACE ADAMS, of Paducah and Mrs. N. V. MEJIA of Hyattsville, Md. One son, ROBERT MALONE, Trigg County; three sisters, Misses ETHEL and Mrs. VIV HENDERSON and Mrs. CLARENCE MCATEE, all of Trigg County and six grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Goodwin Funeral Home with the Rev. R. D. Humphrey officiating. Burial will be in Lawrence cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Cadiz Record 1964


WALTER TERRY MALONE, of 607 Murrell boulevard, died Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock after fifteen weeks illness of stomach trouble.
Mr. Malone was born in Cadiz, Kentucky., Jan. 28, 1882, and made that his home until Jan. 1905, when he came to Paducah, and has since that time been employed as grocery clerk at Various groceries of the city and at the time he was taken ill he was employed by the Geo. Lynn Gracery Company.
He is survived by three sisters and two brothers as follows, Mrs. W. E. SMITH, of 1435 Jefferson street, ARTHUR, WILLIE and ALICE MALONE of 507 Murrell boulevard, and JOHN E MALONE of Hopkinsville, Ky. The family will leave at 350 this afternoon for Cadiz where the burial will take place at the Malone Cemetery. Paducah - date unknown


News has been received here by the relatives of Mr Walter (Watt) MALONE announcing his death, which occurred at Lauderdale, Miss, a health resort where he had gone for his health, one day last week of acute indigestion.
No man that ever lived in Cadiz had more friends and was better liked by than "Watt" MALONE. A jolly whole-souled fellow, with a pleasant word for all his friends were numbered by his acquaintance.
Mr Malone was the son of the later John S MALONE, and a brother of Messrs Henry and Orrin MALONE of this place, and was fifty one years old.
While he had not made Cadiz his home since a young man he frequently came back here and at times would spend several weeks here with his relatives. His last visit to Cadiz was in 1903. Mr Malone was a painter by trade and was one of the finest at workman we ever saw, and had traveled a great deal. Being of a roving disposition, he had visited nearly every place of special importance in the United States.
About a year ago, he was married in Booneville, Miss. where he has since made his home and where his remains were laid to rest.
Besides a wife, he leaves four brothers and two sisters - Messers Henry and Orrin MALONE, Mrs Cordie LESSITER and Mrs H.M. QUICK, of this place, and Messrs. Edward and Roy MALONE, of Chicago -- besides a host of other relatives and friends, to mourn his death.Cadiz Record Feb 1905


MISS WILLIE P. MALONE, 80, died at her home in Paducah, November, 13, at 3:45 p. m.
Miss MALONE who retired as bookkeeper for Chastine and Heybackeers Heating and Plumbing Co., in Paducah in 1961, had been in declining health since her retirement.
She has been critically ill since October 15, 1965, and prior to the death was a patient at Lourdes Hospital in Paducah for twelve days.
Miss MALONE was born in Trigg County in 1885, the daughter of ALICE JANE SUMMERS and THOMAS JETT MALONE. Five brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. She made her home in Paducah.
Survivers include a sister, Miss ALICE MALONE, with whom she made her home; five nieces; Mrs. Hattie Thomas, Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. Sudie Mae Cunningham, Evansville, Ind., Mrs. Ruth Dobbins, and Mrs. Barbara Hawkins of Princeton, and Mrs. Garvie Gray of Cadiz; two nephews, Arnold Smith , Paducah and Jack Malone of Evansville.
Funeral services were conducted at Lidsey Funeral Home in Paducah, November, 16th at 11 a. m. by the Rev. Billy Buckingham. The body was returned to Easr End Cemetery in Cadiz where graveside services were conducted prior to burial. Amoung the pallbearers were James Gray, William McAtee, Frank McAtee and John Vision, III. Paducah - 1965

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