Daisy Anderson Miles Wadlington, 85, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Died Thursday 30 September 1965 in Elmhurst Nursing Home.
Born 25 October 1879 in Christian Co., daughter of James R. and Margaret McCord Anderson.
Formerly taught a Women's Bible class at Second Baptist Church. Widow of M. G. Wadlington who died last June 14.
Survivors: three daughters, Mrs. Ruby Perkins of Hopkinsville who is a patient at Jennie Stuart Hospital, Mrs. Margaret Shrader of Glendale, Calif. and Mrs. Edith McCoy of Clinton, Md.; a stepson, Stanley Wadlington of Frankfort; a sister, Mrs. T. O. Wadlington; a brother, Wallace Anderson of San Diego, Calif.; 5 grandchildren, Lt. Col. Rowan Perkins of San Francisco, Jimmy Shrader Jr. of Los Angeles, Charles Shrader of Dallas, Jo Anne Wadlington of Frankfort, and William McCoy of Clinton, Md.; several great grandchildren.
Services: Monday 4 October 1965, burial in Riverside Cem.
Fuqua-Hinton Funeral Home.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Friday 1 October 1965


Mrs. Walker Wadlington Dies Tuesday Morning
In Declining Health For Two Years And Death Due to Bright's Disease
Was Miss Hendrick Before Marriage And Husband And Two Children Survive
Mrs. Fredonia Wadlington, wife of Mr. Walker Wadlington, died Tuesday morning at eleven o'clock at the family home on little river. In Casey creek section, ten miles south-east of Cadiz.
Mrs. Wadlington had been in declining health for two years and Bright's disease caused her death.
Mrs. Wadlington was about fifty-five years of age and was a Miss Hendrick before marriage. She was the daughter of David Hendrick, long deceased, and the late Alfred Hendrick and John Hendrick were her brothers. The surviving brothers are Tug Hendrick, of Mississippi, and Eb Hendrick, of Rock Castle, Mrs. Mack Cunningham, of near Rock Castle, is an only sister.
Mrs. Wadlington was married about thirty two years ago, and the husband and two children survive. The children are Ben Johnson Wadlington and Mrs. Walter Garnett.
Mrs. Wadlington was a Baptist in religion and had long been a member of Liberty Point church. She was a good and kind neighbor, a loving wife and mother and a lady held in highest esteem by her many friends. She will be much missed in the community where she had so long resided.
Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at two o'clock, conducted by Rev. John T. Cunningham, of Princeton, and burial followed at the Wadlington family grave yard on the farm of Ben C. Wadlington near Tuggleville.
Cadiz Record


Mabel Anderson Wadlington, 83, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Died Saturday 8 March 1974 in Brookfield Manor Nursing Home.
Born 18 October 1890 in Christian Co., daughter of James and Margaret McCord Anderson.
Member of First Baptist Church. Husband, T. O. Wadlington, died in 1957.
Survivors: daughter, Mrs. P. J. (Alice) Fitzpatrick of Monkton, Md.; a son, Tony Wadlington of New York City; four grandchildren; five great grandchildren.
Services: Tuesday 12 March 1974, burial in Riverside Cem.
Fuqua-Hinton Funeral Home.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Monday 11 March 1974


Mrs Mamie Wilson Wadlington Dies In Fort Myers, Florida
Mrs Mamie Wilson WADLINGTON, widow of the later William Tandy Wadlington, formerly of Trigg and Christian Counties died at the home of her daughter, Mrs J.P LOFTIN in Fort Myers, Fla; April 26th.
Mrs Wadlington was the daughter of William Algerman WILSON and Cynthia YOUNG WILSON, whose families were pioneer settlers, coming into Kentucky shortly after its admittance into the union.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at
three o'clock at Riverside Cemetery by the Rev. M.G. Schuster, pastor of the Ninth Street Christian Church in
HopkinsvilleCadiz Record - May 1944


July 27, 1927
Cadiz Record
Sudden Call For Mrs. Roy Wadlington
Wife Of Caledonia Merchant Succumbs As Result Of Heart Affection
Was Formerly Miss Mc Gee Of Hopkinsville And Married Little More Than Year
Mrs. Roy Wadlington, a splendid young matron of Trigg county, died suddenly on Wednesday of last week at Caledonia of a heart affection.
She had been at the husband's store and was returning to the home near by when she was taken with a severe hemorrhage, and died soon after being taken into the house.
Mrs. Wadlington was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mc Gee, of Hopkinsville, and was born near Newstead in Christian county, August 3, 1904. Some years ago the family moved to Hopkinsville and she had resided in that city until her marriage, which took place little more than a year ago in Florida where she and the husband were spending some time.
After the marriage they returned to Trigg county and she had since resided in the county.
The remains were taken to the home of the parents in Hopkinsville, and Thursday afternoon funeral service were held at the home conducted by Dr. P. C. Walker, pastor of the Hopkinsville Baptist Church, and burial followed at Riverside Cemetery in that city.
The pallbearers were Rudolph Elliott, Gilmer Pursley, Bly Yonts, Brown Wadlington, W. C. Wadlington and Rollie Flowers.
Mrs. Wadlington was a member of the Baptist church in Hopkinsville and a graduate of Hopkinsville high school and Bethel College. She was popular among a large circle of friends and was a young woman held in highest esteem by all.
Besides her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. McGee, and her husband, Roy W. Wadlington, Mrs. Wadlington is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Arthur Davis, Mrs. Ernest Rhea and Miss Rebecca McGee, one brother George McGee, all of Hopkinsville, her grand mother, Mrs. J. M. Maddux, of Julian; her husband's parents and a number of distant relatives

Congestive Chill
Caused Sudden Death of Popular Young Farmer
Mr. Will Wadlington, a very popular young farmer who lived a few miles north of Cerulean Springs, died suddenly Sunday night from the effects of a congestive chill. The young man had not been enjoying the best of health for some weeks but was able to be up. He was taken with a chill Sunday afternoon, congestion followed and death resulted in a few hours. He was a son of James Wadlington and was nineteen years of age. He wasa young man who enjoyed the esteem of all his acquaintances and will be much missed from that community.
Hopkinsville Kentuckian - Nov 1900

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