World War II Deaths
Mortuary Notices - 1921
Submitted by : Carole Haywood
THE NEWS-DEMOCRAT, PADUCAH, KY., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1921
MICHAEL DUGAN, ---Funeral services for Michael Dugan, veteran
policeman, who died Saturday morning at his home here, were held at 9o'clock
Sunday morning from the St. Francis de Sales Catholic church. Burial was
in Mt. Carmel cemetery. Members of the police department served as honorary
CAPT. JOSEPH N. SMITH -- Funeral services for Capt. Joseph Smith, well
known river man of this city, who died at his home, 1612 Broad street,
Friday morning, were held Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the residence,
with the Rev. E.W. Elliott, of the First Christian church, officiating.
Interment was in Oak Grove cemetery.
MRS. MARY ELLEN ELMORE, 70 years old, died yesterday morning at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Greenhaigh, 335 Kentucky avenue; Mrs. Elmore
had lived in Paducah for a number of years. Her death followed a fever weeks'
illness. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from
the St. Francis de Sales Catholic church with burial in the Mt. Carmel
MRS. CALIFORNIA E. GORE - Funeral services for Mrs. California
E. Gore, who died Saturday morning at her home, 219 Adams street, were
held Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the residence with burial in Oak
DERR M. REED - Funeral services for Derr M. Reed, who died at his home
on the Benton road Saturday night, were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
in Symsonia, with burial in the Symsonia cemetery.
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Submitted by: Carole Haywood
THE NEWS-DEMOCRAT, PADUCAH,KY, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1921
OLDTIME RIVER MAN IS DEAD
Capt. Joseph N. Smith
Succumbs, to Long Illness
Captain Joseph N. Smith, 66 years old, a prominent river man died yesterday
morning at his home, 1612 Broad street after an illness of several weeks.
For the past 54 years, Captain Smith has been a resident of Paducah,
and for 36 years he was a pilot on the Ohio, Tennessee and Mississippi
rivers. At the time of his death, he had the distinction of being the oldest
river man on the Ohio and Tennessee rivers, and has for the past 28 years
been in the Tennessee River Packet company, Ayer Lord Tie company, Indiana
Tie company, Hoagland Barge Line, and Arrow Transportation Line.
Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. H.J. McFaul,
of Pittsburg, Pa., Mrs. Henry Rhodes, Paducah, Mrs. R.E. King, of Norfolk,
Va., and seven sons, Dennis, Henry, Rodney, Rillie, Melvin, Everett, all
of this city and Nelson Smith of Cleveland, Ohio.
No funeral arrangements have been made, pending the arrival of relatives.
Submitted by: Carole Haywood
Funeral services for Mr. Frank Hoover, who died Thursday
night, will be held Saturday afternoon from the residence, 903 Broadway
at 3 o'clock, with the Rev. J. Russell Crawford, of the Kentucky Avenue
Presbyterian church, officiating. The Elks club will have charge of the
service at the grave. Pallbearers will be W.J. Hills, L.H. McDaniel, Ed.
Rivers, H.H. Munn, Robert Wathen, and John Bryant.
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