April 19, 1925
Josh Spiceland Died In Christian County
Former Citizen Of Linton Section In Trigg Victim Of Heart Attack
Was Forty-Two Years Of Age And A Son Of The Late Edward Spiceland
Mr. Joshua W. Spiceland, a prominent South Christian farmer and a former resident of Trigg county, died at his home near Bell Station last Friday afternoon.
Mr. Spiceland had been sick for about a week and death was due to some heart affection.
Mr. Spiceland was forty two years of age, and until about five years ago had lived in Linton section of Trigg county. He first went to a farm he had bought near Edwards Mill, but just recently had traded this place for a farm near Bell Station, where he died.
He was a successful farmer and a splendid citizen, and had many friends.
He was a son of the late Edward Spiceland for many years a leading citizen of Linton, and the following brothers and sisters survive him: Mrs. Sam W. McNichols and Mrs. R. L. Nunn, of Linton; Mrs. Nettie Bartee, of near Calloway Ferry, and Dr. J. H. Spiceland, of Golden Pond, and Dr. Jack L. Spiceland, of Lucy Dale, Miss. The wife and two daughters also survive him.
He was a member of the Methodist church and had been for a number of years.
The remains were brought back to Trigg county and buried Sunday afternoon at the Daniel Vinson grave yard two miles west of Linton. Funeral services were conducted by rev. Southern, pastor of the Linton Methodist church, and a large number of friends and relatives were present at the funeral and burial.
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