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Hendricks D Caudill Sr
and Anna Dixon

Hendricks D. Caudill Sr b 9 Dec 1886 d 17 Jan 1963; buried James D Caudill Cemetery, Carcassonne, Letcher Co KY; s/o James Dixon Caudill and Lucinda Burton. Hendricks D Caudill Sr. m. Anna Dixon b 23 Feb 1888 Letcher Co KY d 18 Sept 1970 Letcher Co KY; buried James D Caudill Cemetery, Carcassone, Letcher Co KY; d/o Wilbourn Dixon and Louisa Cornett. Children of Hendricks D Caudill Sr and Anna Dixon;

1. Estill Caudill b 8 Oct 1907 d 16 Feb 1978; buried Richmond Cemetery, Richmond, Madison Co KY; Findagrave Memorial #81101577; m. Freda Cox b 15 May 1907 d 2 Oct 1979; buried Richmond Cemetery, Richmond, Madison Co KY; Findagrave Memorial #81101516; d/o Frederick Coleman Cox and Josephine D Cox

2. Clifton F Caudill b 12 Oct 1913 d 6 Dec 1999; buried James D Caudill Cemetery, Carcassonne, Letcher Co KY; Findagrave Memorial #63490269; m. Ruby Haynes b 13 Jun 1917 Letcher Co KY d 19 Feb 2017 Hazard, Perry Co KY; d/o Will Haynes and Katherine Campbell. James D Caudill Cemetery is listed as Janes D Caudill Cemetery at findagrave.com.

3. James D Caudill b 6 Oct 1915 Letcher Co KY d 23 Dec 2000; buried James D Caudill Cemetery, Carcassone, Letcher Co KY

4. Kenneth Ellis Caudill b 30 May 1921 d 13 Sept 1948

5. Hendricks D HD Caudill Jr b about 1923 d Sept 2007; buried Solomon H Whitaker Cemetery, Carcassonne, KY; m. Edna Whitaker. Children of Hendricks D HD Caudill and Edna Whitaker; i. Michael Caudill m. Marsha Unknown ii. Robert Caudill m. Lisa Unknown iv. Lonna Ann Caudill.

Hendricks D HD Caudill Jr
Obituary - Caudill, Hendricks D "H.D." Jr: Funeral services for Hendricks D. "H.D." Caudill Jr., 84, of Jeffersontown, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, September 12, 2007, at Letcher Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Solomon H. Whitaker Cemetery at Carcassonne, KY. He was a son of the late Hendricks D. (H.D.) and Anna Dixon Caudill. Caudill was a frequent contributor to The Mountain Eagle, where he wrote about his experiences in the Army during World War II. He was a retired education administrator with the Kentucky Department of Education, and a member of the Kentucky Retired Teacher Association, the Jefferson County Retired Teachers Association, and Phi Delta Kappa. He was past president of the Midwest Chapter of the 36th Infantry Division, and a member of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6376, San Antonio and Dallas Chapters of the 36th Infantry Division. He was a life member of the National Division, American Legion Zachary Taylor Post, the American Legion Order of the French Croix De Guerre, and VFW National Children's Home. Caudill wrote for numerous publications and recently completed his first book, "Greatest Generation Memories". Surviving are his wife of 61 years, Edna Whitaker Caudill; two sons, Michael Caudill and wife Marcia, Carcassonne, KY, and Robert Caudill and wife Lisa, Louisville, KY; a daughter, Lonna Ann Caudill, Jeffersontown, KY; a brother, Charles Caudill, Dixon, Tenn.; a sister, Virginia Back, Blackey, KY; and five grandchildren, Marshall Alan of Taylor Mill, KY, Matthew Brent of Morehead, KY, Megan Cara of Jeffersontown, KY, and Madeline Anne and Emma Elizabeth, both of Louisville, KY. He was the father of the late Ken Douglas Caudill. Posted in the Mountain Eagle Newspaper, Whitesburg, Letcher County, KY, September 12, 2007

6. Charles Eugene Caudill

7. Clara Caudill; m. John D Blair b abt 1882 d 1929; shot 5 times and murdered by William Wright b abt 1904; s/o Samuel Tilden Wright (Luntz) and Lydia Margaret Craft.

8. Viola Caudill; m. Male Hall

9. Virginia Dare Caudill m. Male Back

10. Crissie Lee Caudill

Mt Eagle Newspaper
Whitesburg, KY, 13 Mar 1913
Hendricks Caudill For Magistrate

To the Voters of the Lower Rockhouse District: Gentlemen and Friends--After being solicited by many voters of this district and after due consideration I hereby announce my candidacy for Magistrate of this district. First I am deeply interested in the welfare of our people and the upbuilding of our county. Secondly, that we may enjoy peace, prosperity and happiness, and the only way that we may receive those blessings is thru and by the proper application and enforcement of our laws. Gentlemen, the situation calls for the utmost vigilance, because our country is rapidly passing into the industrial age---our population will increase greatly and crime will increase in proportion unless the proper course is taken to prevent it. Another subject that I am deeply interested in is good roads. It is true we have a fairly good market for our products. But still farming is not altogether profitable on account of bad roads. In conclusion I earnestly ask that you think seriously of all these things and should I be elected I promise faithfully to do all in my power for the dommon good of our people. Yours truly, Hendricks Caudill.

Mt Eagle, Whitesburg, KY
Thursday, 7 Feb 1953
Obituary of Hendricks Caudill
Card of Thanks - Caudill

He was born December 9, 1886 and passed from this life January 17, 1963. His stay on earth was 76 years, 1 month and 8 days. Brother Hendricks was the son of James D Caudill and from a family of 6 children - 3 boys and 3 girls, all deceased except 2 sisters, Amanda Fields and Paulina Blair. His father and mother also passed from this life many years ago. Surviving him are his wife, sister Anna Dixon Caudill and the following children - Estill, Blackey, Ky.; Clifton Carcassonne; James D., at home; H. D. Jr., Owensboro, Ky.; Charles Eugene, Indianapolis, Ind.; Clara Blair, Blackey; deceased, Ellis Kenneth and Crissie. Lee.

He joined the church the 3rd Sunday in June 1924 and lived a faithful member until death. He was a farmer and school teacher and raised a large respectable family and we all can say he did a wonderful job. Brother Hendricks will be greatly missed by all in the Old Indian Bottom Association. He was clerk and assistant clerk for about 35 years. We are now missing his great wisdom, understanding and advise and we doubt if we have a man in the association of his equal. We can say he has fought a good fight and has kept the faith and hasn't deviated from the old way. We know he has had many trials and tribulations here in this life. He traveled over the hills and mountains, through heat and cold to declare life and salvation is of the Lord. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, many relatives, friends and a great host of brothers and sisters in the Old Regular Baptist Church.

Now to all, Brother Hendricks has gone the way of all the earth. He has paid the debt we all have to pay. We now feel he is resting from his labor, his soul under the altar of God, waiting for a new body that will not die anymore, but live with God forever. Children, you can't call him back, but by the grace of God, can live with him. So please, repent. By H. B. Reedy.

We, the family of Elder Hendricks Caudill, wish to express to our friends and relatives, our appreciation for the many acts of sympathy and kindness given to us at the time of the illness and death of our loved one. The comforting words, the flowers, those who sat with us, the food, the cards, and ministers who consoled us, made ourloss easier to bear. We than the staff of the Whitesburg Memorial Hospital and the Craft Funeral Home.

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