Bardstown Jct. Train Wreck in 1860
Bardstown Jct. Train Death in 1869
Rolling Fork Bridge Burns in 1873
Sam Perry Death / Railroad Wreck Report in 1883
Charles Anderson Death at Bardstown Jct in 1884
Thomas Rooney Death at Lebanon Jct in 1885
J. W. Carroll run over at Lebanon Jct in 1889
Charles Ross killed at Lebanon Jct in 1890
Benjamin Lloyd Killed at Lebanon Jct in 1897
Damin Craven Falls From Train, 1905
Brakeman Falls Under Train and is Killed, 1907
Four Injured By An L. and N. Train, 1909
L&N Freight Kills Pupil
Minister's Wife, Child Killed In Car Crash
Shepherdsville, Ky. - AP - Mrs. Virginia Cundiff, 38, and her six-year-old daughter, Cerelda Jane, were killed, and her husband, the Rev. Ben Cundiff, 55, Baptist minister, was critically injured Sunday when the automobile in which they were riding was struck by a train here.
From 15 Feb 1943 issue of The Kingsport Times (Kingsport, Tennessee)
Rev. Cundiff died the next day at St. Joseph Infirmary in Louisville. According to his death certificate, Benjamin Harrison Cundiff was born 28 Aug 1888 to G. W. and Jennie (Moore) Cundiff. Virginia (Carney) Cundiff was born 14 Jan 1909, and their daughter Cerelda Jane Cundiff was born 27 Apr 1936.
The accident that took their lives happened at the railroad crossing of state highway 44 in Shepherdsville.
Bardstown Jct. Train Wreck in 1867
Bardstown Jct. Train Accident in 1867
Belmont Fatal Crash in 1874
Lebanon Junction Wreck in 1883
Another Lebanon Junction Wreck in 1883
A Broken Rail Near Lebanon Junction in 1883
William Clark killed at Lebanon Jct in 1887
Samuel Hicks killed at Lebanon Jct in 1887
James McHugh killed at Lebanon Jct in 1890
Fatal Wreck at Shepherdsville in 1903
King Knocked From Train By Locked Switch, 1907
Solomon Northern Stuck by Train, 1909
Emmitt Shepherd Killed by Train
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