Jan 5, 1933
Trigg COUNTY MAN DIED IN MAYFIELD
End Came December 22nd to Cull Futrell At The Age of Eighty Four
Brother of Joe Futrell of Canton
Had Been Away from Trigg for Fifty Years
Funeral services for Cull H. Futrell 84, well known citizen, were held at 10 o'clock this morning at the home of his stepdaughter, Mrs. Ethel Shoemaker, Central road.
The Rev. Houston Suthard conducted the services. Interment was in the Robbins cemetery. Mr. Futrell, native of Trigg county, died at the Shoemaker residence at 10 o'clock Thursday night after an illness of Bright's disease and pneumonia. - Mayfield Messenger December 23rd.
Mr. Futrell was the oldest son of Solomon Futrell and was born and grew to manhood on the farm west of Cumberland river just across from Lock E.
He left Trigg county more than fifty years ago and had since resided in Graves county, many years being near Pryorsburg?
, His first wife was a daughter of the late Alfred Sumner. He has a number of children living. Among the brothers and sisters, Joe L. Futrell, of Canton is one of them, and Mrs. Z.T. Haden, of Little Cypress, and Mrs. Horney Frizzell, of Stewart county, Tenn., are two sisters. Abb and Albert Futrell are the names of two other brothers, and still another brother was drowned when a youth at the mouth of Elboe creek just where it empties into Cumberland river, a mile above Canton.
Mr. Futrell has many other relatives living in Trigg county.