ED L BOGARD
ED L BOGARD
Ed Bogard Dies Monday
Funeral services were being arranged Wednesday for Ed BOGARD, well known resident of the county who died Monday.
Details were not available when this went to press and a full account of his death will be given in a later issue.
Cadiz Record -
Mar 20 1940
E L BOGARD Died At 56
Death Comes Suddenly On March 18 And Was Due To Heart Attack
Ed L. BOGARD, 56, passed away suddenly at his home on Highway 68, east of Cadiz on March 18, 1940. Death was due
to a heart attack.
Mr Bogard was born in Stewart County Tenn, in 1883, the son of Robert and Emma BOGARD. He moved to this county some thirty years ago and settled at Linton, Ky where he became engaged in the grocery business and subdivided his time to timber jobs. After the flood of 1937, he and his family moved near Cadiz where he was residing at the time of his death.
He was a member of the Linton Methodist Church and a member of the Masonic Lodge at Kuttawa, Ky.
Besides his widow he is survived by one sister, Mrs Nancy WELKER, Dover, Tenn, and three brothers, Walter BOGARD
Dover Tenn, Scott BOGARD, Granite City, Ill and Bob BOGARD, Linton, Ky. Two sons, Hobart and Smith preceded him to the grave also one brother and three sisters.
Impressive funeral services were conducted at the East End cemetery at 2:30 p.m. March 20 with Rev. D.L. Vance in charge. Pall bearers were Travis Stone, Hubert Mitchell, H.L. Cherry, Ernest Barber, Mack Brame, and Derwood Wright. Flower girls were: Mrs Sidney Leneave, Geraldine Garland, Mary Grace Hall and Mallie Bridges
March 28, 1940 - Cadiz Record
Miss Minnie Bogard Dies Friday
Well Known Resident of Between the Rivers Dies After Illness of Some Duration
Death came to Mrs Minnie BOGARD, 58, Friday, February 2, 1940 after injuries suffered from a sever burn about two weeks ago. Mrs Bogard had been a patient at the local clinic and had undergone treatment since her injury, and was there when the end came.
Mrs Bogard was born March 2, 1882, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jeff Turner.
In the year of 1907, she was married to John Bogard. One child was born to this union and has preceded her to the grave.
She was a member of the Pleasant Valley Baptist Church and was an ardent believer in the ways of Christian living. Surviving are: two brothers, John R. and Walter Turner; one uncle, Jeff Turner, an aunt, Mrs Frank McCanley and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Saturday with Rev. Luther Sanders and Rev. Audry Meechan in charge. Burial took place at the Golden Pond cemetery in the presence of a large crowd of friends and relatives.
Cadiz Record Jan 1940
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