The obituary for John B. Cash appeared in the Madison County Eagle on April 28, 1933 (page 4):
John B. Cash of Twyman’s Mill passed away at the University Hospital at Charlottesville April 21, 1933, aged 66 years, 5 months and 3 days. He had been in declining health for several years. He leaves to mourn his loss five sons and one daughter, and a host of friends. The sons are E.W. Cash, of Schenectady, N.Y., George W. Cash of Albany, N.Y., K.E. Cash of Burnt Tree, J.D. Cash of Radiant, and A.J. Cash of Aroda, and the daughter, Mrs. Delmar Gooding of Twyman’s Mill. There are 13 grandchildren. His faithful wife and his children’s loving mother passed on to the great beyond, October 10, 1930.
Mr. Cash was well-liked and esteemed by all who knew him, having spent most of his life in Madison County near Twyman’s Mill, where he spent his time farming and in the mercantile business.
He was taken to the hospital April 12 for treatment. There his condition was found to be very serious. All was done for him that was possible to do.
He was conscious of his death until a few hours of the end. All six children were at his bedside when the Saviour called him home.
He united with the Methodist Church when a boy and led a Christian life, and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
He was a son of the late Joseph B. Cash and Lucy E. Cash.
Funeral services were conducted at Walker's Church Sunday April 23 at 11 a.m. by his former pastor, Rev. E.M. Higginbotham with a host of friends and relatives present. The pall-bearers were his five sons, E.W.Cash, K.E. Cash, J.D. Cash, A.J. Cash, and G.W. Cash ad son-in-law D. Gooding. Honorary pall-bearers were: W.R. Marshall, C.M. Morris, Q.J. Berry, T.J., Deakin, G. Tatum, G. Donald, W.P. Armentrout and B.J. Twyman. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. J.C. Clore was the funeral director. The floral pieces were very beautiful.