Glasgow Times-July, 1916

   Mr. Henry Eubank, one of the best known men in the county, died at his home in the Care City country Sunday night at ten o'clock, following a long illness caused by a malignant growth.   

   Mr. Eubank had been in a low state of health for many months and his death was not unexpected.  He was one of the best men and most sub­stantial citizens in Barren County.  His word was his bond, and his truthfulness and honesty above reproach.  He was prominent as a farmer and as a man of undying principles of honor and justice.  To his friends he was as staunch and loyal as a man could be and nothing stood as a barrier in proving his true and tried friendship for the man of his respect and confidence.  He owned a fine farm in the Cave City country, and had amassed for himself a comfortable fortune.

 Mr. Eubank was a man of unusual mental strength and so firm in his determination and conviction that be would fight to the bitter end for that which he thought right and which he upheld as his honest and decided belief.

The following children survive him -- Mrs. Genie Eubank Rogers, Louisville;  Mr. Noble Eubank, Nolin; Garnett Eubank, Glasgow; Mr. Irby Eubank, Hiseville, and Mr. Walller Eubank.

After funeral services conducted at the home yesterday afternoon at two o’-clock the remains were brought to Glasgow and interred in the cemetery at this place.

Kentucky Death Index
Name: Henry Eubank
Death Date: 17 Jul 1916
Death Place: Barren 
Volume: 54 
Certificate: 26835

Glasgow Municipal Cemetery, Section I1,
Henry Eubank, 1844 -1916;
Nancy C, Eubank,   1848 -1913, w/o Henry