TAEGEL, Edwin A. of San Antonio. Age 83. Died 6/15/1986 (Sunday) in San Antonio in a restaurant to celebrate Father's Day when he collapsed and died a short time later. (No funeral info. available.) He was BORN 5/14/1903 in Rockdale. Lived in Thorndale for many years attending school there. His father owned/operated a mercantile business. Graduated from Univ. of Texas with a Masters degree in Petroleum Geology. He was freshman class president and in the first group to be elected to the prestigious Texas Cowboys. Member of American Asso. of Petroleum Geologist. Member of Christ Episcopal Church in San Antonio. Member of Delta Chi fraternity. Married Dorothy Jackson of Laredo on 12/26/1931. SURVIVORS: Wife, Dorothy of San Antonio; son, Dr. Edwin J. (Mary Jane) Taegel of Houston; daughter, Dorothy (Col. Joseph) Miller, Jr. of Austin; 4 grandchildren and brother-in-law, George O. (Lola) Jackson of Laredo. SS Death Benefit on #455-03-2257.
TALBOTT, Hurley E of Rockdale. Age 93. Died 3/31/1988 (Thursday) in Olin Teague VA Hospital, Temple. Services held (Sat.) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in IOOF Cemetery. Minister Adrin Fletcher of Murray Street Church of Christ officiated. He was BORN 11/23/1894 in Milam Co. to M/M. Jessie J. & Lillie Bullock Talbott. He was a Rockdale resident for over 50 yrs. and was a retired machinist for Mosher Steel, Houston. Married Mary B. Gilbert on 10/22/1929 in Houston. A Veteran of U.S. Navy, having served in WW-1 & WW-2 and a member of Murray Street Church of Christ. Preceded in death by his wife, Mary, on 3/1/1981. SURVIVORS: 2 sisters, Tiny Mitchell of Cameron and Eula McBride of Waco; several nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #460-05-2295.
TALBOTT, Katy of Rockdale. Age 92. Died 8/16/1987 in Richards Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Graveside services held (Sat.) in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Rev. D.D. Simpson officiated. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home of Rockdale in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 9/25/1894 in Old Washington to Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Nichols & Emma Mae Nowell Nichols. Married Murry Lee Talbott on 10/31/1914 in Cameron. Member of the Baptist Church. Preceded in death by her husband, Murry Lee Talbott on 11/23/1970; 5 sons, Ford, Floyd, Clayton, Morris and Alton Talbott; sister, Mae Whited. SURVIVORS: Son, Martin H. Talbott of Nederland; 3 grandchildren, Kenneth Talbott of Nederland, Lea Reynolds of Austin and Clayton Young of Rockdale; 5 great-grandchildren.
TALBOTT, Mary B. of Rockdale. Age 83. Died 3/3/1981 at Richards Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Services held (Thursday) in the Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in IOOF Cemetery. Minister Terry Northcutt officiated. She was BORN 12/2/1897 in Nacogdoches to M/M. John Newton Gilbert. Married Hurley Talbott on 10/22/1929 in Houston. Preceded in death by 6 brothers and sisters. SURVIVORS: Husband, Hurley E. Talbott of Rockdale; 10 nieces and nephews, Randolph Gilbert, Virginia Gregory, Fred Apffell, Margie Horan, Harold Gilbert, Betty Bailes, all of Houston; Nolan Patin Judy Sanford and Tommy Gilbert, all of Nacogdoches; John Gilbert of Austin; number of great-nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #464-46-2272.
TALBOTT, Oleta McKnight of Cameron. Age 71. Died 6/1985 (Sat.) at her Cameron residence. Services held (Monday) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Sandy Creek Cemetery. Minister O.E. Davidson of Cameron Church of Christ officiated. She was BORN 12/13/1913 in Milam Co. to M/M. Sam Bell & Martha Pearl Williams McKnight. Married John Stone Talbott on 3/21/1932 in Rockdale. She moved to Cameron from Rockdale 5 years ago and was a housewife. SURVIVORS: Husband, John Talbott of Cameron; son, John Douglas Talbott of Stinnett; daughter, Sylvia Talbott Schattle of Cameron; 2 brother, Dan McKnight and Max McKnight, both of San Antonio; sister, Jewell McKnight Burgess of Arlington; 4 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #463-34-3670.
TALLEY, Don of Houston. Age 50. Died ?/1961 (Sunday) in a Houston hospital. Services held (Wed.) at Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Rev. W.D. Reaves officiated. He was BORN 11/23/1911 near Taylor, had lived in Houston for 10 yrs. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mrs. Pat Fraze of New Orleans, LA.; mother, Mrs. Julia Talley of Houston; 2 sisters, Mrs. S.D. Blackman of Houston and Mrs. Bill McVay of Elgin; 3 brothers, William Glenn (Jiggs) Talley of Alvin, Russell Talley of Almeda, CA. and Weldon (Buck) Talley of Manor.
TALLEY, Earl James of Austin. Age 69. Died 9/13/1988 (Tuesday) after a long illness. Services held 9/17 (Sat.) in Hyltin-Manor Funeral Chapel in Austin. Graveside services in IOOF Cemetery in Rockdale, conducted by Austin Lodge No. 12 AF&AM. He was BORN 7/5/1919. Served in U.S. Navy, & U.S. Air Force and had 27 years of military service. Served in WW-2, Korean Conflict, Viet Nam, retiring in 1973 as Sr. Master Sergeant. Member of American Legion, VFW Post, BPOE Lodge. Masonic Lodge, 2 Scottish Rite bodies. SURVIVORS: 3 sons, Jim T. Talley of Austin, Earl R. Talley of Del City, OK. and John P. Talley of Oklahoma City, OK.; daughter, Earline Talley of Dallas; 4 brothers, 4 sisters, 3 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #464-10-5079.
TALLEY, Mrs. Julia Wilder (W. H.) of Elgin. Age 84. Died 10/1970 (Monday) (in paper 10/8/70) in an Austin hospital after a lengthy illness. Services held (Wed.) from Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Rev. Ray Head officiated. Condra Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 7/4/1886 in the Gano Comm., now known as Pleasant Retreat, the daughter of M/M. John Rhett Welder. Married W.H. Talley on 11/23/1902, he preceded her in death in 1952. Made her home in Elgin for the last 30 yrs. and was a member of the Central Christian Church of Elgin. SURVIVORS: 2 daughters, Mrs. Nell McVay of Elgin and Mrs. Wilman Blackman of Houston; 3 sons, Loyd W. Talley of Manor, Russell Talley of Canyonville, OR., Glenn Talley of Alvin; 2 sisters, Mrs. Nona Simmons of Thorndale and Mrs. Mary Teague of Elgin; 12 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild.
TALLEY, Leonard V. of Austin. Age 67. Died 5/1/1984 (Tuesday). Services held (Tuesday) in Wilke-Amery-Clay Funeral Home Chapel of the Bells, Austin. Burial in Capital Memorial Park. He was BORN 4/26/1917 and graduated from Sharp High School. Lived in the Austin area and was a retired U.S. Air Force veteran. SURVIVORS: Wife, Ann Talley of Austin; daughters, Virginia Griffin of Spring and Shirley Talley, Loretta Bennett and Romona Young, all of Austin; son, Mike Talley of Austin; sisters, Esta Anderson of Austin, Artie Gee of Deer Park, Jean Alford of Rockdale and Wanda King of Houston; brothers, Dale Talley and J.T. Talley of Rockdale, Ray Talley and Earl Talley of Austin and Newburn Talley of San Antonio; 3 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #459-40-2468.
TALLEY, Newburn C. of San Antonio. Age 67. Died 10/20/1989 (Friday) in San Antonio. Graveside services held 10/24 (Tuesday) at IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Phillips & Luckey in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 12/2/1921 to M/M. Jim & Ruth Sides Talley. He was retired from military service and the communications field. Married Wanda Kotosky on 9/9/1945. Preceded in death by parents, Jim Talley on 8/5/1946; Ruth Talley on 7/4/1974; also, 2 brothers, Earl and Leonard and 2 sisters, Ouida and Jimmie. SURVIVORS: Wife, Wanda Talley, son, Joey, daughter, Loretta, all of San Antonio; 3 brothers, J.T. Talley and Dale Talley, both of Rockdale, Ray Talley of Austin; 4 sisters, Jean Alford of Rockdale, Esta Anderson of Austin, Artie Gee of La Porte and Wanda King of Houston. 1 grandchild. SS Death Benefit on #456-28-7468.
TALLEY, Rosemae M. of Manor. Age 78. Died 12/27/1987 (Sunday). Services held (Thursday) in Hyltin-Manor Chapel in Austin. Burial in Lawrence Chapel Cemetery. BORN 4/20/1909, she was a lifetime resident of the Austin area. Employed as a book binder for University Press. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Virginia Talley Nagle of Santa Fe, NM.; 4 sisters, Mrs. Alice Bryant, Mrs. Eugenia Simmons of Austin, Mrs. Clara Hubble of Taylor, Mrs. Annie Brymer of Thrall; 3 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. SS Death Benefit on #453-40-1266.
TALLEY, Mrs. Ruth (Jim) of Austin. Age 85. Died 7/1974 (Thursday) in an Austin hospital after being in failing health for several weeks. Services held (Sat.) in Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel. Burial in IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Rev. D.D. Simpson, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiated. She was BORN 11/14/1888 at Thorndale to M/M. Pinkney Sides. Married James T. Talley on 7/25/1909 in Thorndale. Mr. Talley died in 1946 and 2 yrs later Mrs. Talley moved to Austin. Preceded in death by husband, 2 daughters, Mrs. Ouida Long in 1972 and Mrs. Jimmie Hoes in 1973. SURVIVORS: 6 sons, Ray Earl and Leonard Talley, all of Austin, Newburn Talley of Athens, Dale Talley of Houston and J.T. Talley of Rockdale; 4 daughters, Mrs. Johnnie Anderson of Austin, Mrs. Orvis Gee of LaPorte, Mrs. Roy King of Houston and Mrs. Roy Alford of Rockdale; 2 brothers, Leonard Sides of Marble Falls and Archie Sides of Thorndale; 29 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #451-44-2507.
TALLEY, Mrs. Tilly M. of Houston. Age 76. Died 3/14/1974 in Houston following a long illness. Services held (Sat.) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Rev. Robert Koch, pastor of St.John's United Methodist Church, officiated. She was BORN 12/22/1897 at Flatonia, daughter of M/M. Thomas M. Williams. She lived in Houston for the past 50 yrs. and was a member of the Methodist Church. SURVIVORS: Brother, Thomas M. Williams of San Antonio; 2 sisters, Mrs. Margie McCarty of Houston and Mrs. Ruth Talley of Beaverton, OR.
TALLY, Miss Ava T. of San Antonio. Age 100. Died 12/1973 (Friday) in a San Antonio nursing home. Graveside services held (Monday) at the Old Bateman Cemetery in Bastrop County. She was BORN 9/18/1873 and a native of Red Rock in Bastrop Co. She also lived in Rockdale. SURVIVORS: Sister, Mrs. Lera T. Dick of San Antonio; 6 nieces and 7 nephews. 1 nephew is Milton Curtis of Rockdale. SS Death Benefit on #455-60-0209.
TALLY, Mrs. Bess (Milton) of Lexington. Age 72. Died 9/27/1973 in a nursing home at Caldwell where she had been the past 7 months. Services held (Sat.) 9/29 in the Lexington Methodist Church. Burial in the Lexington City Cemetery. Rev. Calvin Beckendorf and Rev. Robert Stewart were the officiating ministers. She was BORN 9/28/1900 at Lexington to M/M. Rufus W. Browder. She had lived in Lexington all but 7 months of her life and was a member of the Lexington Methodist Church. Married Milton P. Tally on 5/2/1922 at Lexington. Preceded in death by her husband in 1968 and a son, M.P. Tally, in 1969. SURVIVORS: Son, Curtis Tally of Lexington; 2 daughters, Mrs. Bob Perry of Lexington and Mrs. Bob Thornton of Dallas; sister, Mrs. Elmo Bohmann of San Antonio; granddaughters, Joanne and Roxana Tally of Lexington, Mrs. Norma Bray of Houston and Mrs. Paul Beall of Greenville, NC. SS Death Benefit on #458-17-8121.
TALLY, Elsie of Lexington. Age 62. Died ?/1986. Services held 3/6/1986 in the United Methodist Church in Lexington. Burial in Lexington Cemetery. Rev. Lee Lamb, pastor of the church officiated. She was BORN 3/28/1923 in Honolulu, HI. to Heijiro and Hisayo Matsuno Matsuo. Married Curtis Tally on 2/8/1953 in Honolulu, HI. Member of the United Methodist Church in Lexington. SURVIVORS: Husband, Curtis of Lexington; 2 daughters, Joann Tally of Baytown and Roxane Voight of Lexington; brother, Clarence Matsuo; 2 sisters, Edna Kelii and Mattie Soultz, all of Hilo, HI.; 2 grandchildren.
TANNER, Mrs. Ruby of Kerrville formerly of Belton. Age 93. Died 7/8/1985 (Monday) in a Kerrville Hospital. Graveside services held 7/11 (Thursday) in North Belton Cemetery. Rev. Billy Johnson officiated. Heartfield Funeral Home of Belton in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 11/16/1891 in Coleman Co. and formerly lived in Belton. She and her late husband, Charles L. Tanner, lived in or near Thorndale for more than 20 years. Member of First Baptist Church, Belton. SURVIVORS: Son, Frank Tanner of Taylor; daughter, Leo Pinkston of Houston; 3 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #452-17-5538
TAPLIN, Mrs. Mary Ethel Finley of Dallas. Age 46. Died ?/1981 (Wed.) in Dallas' Parkland Hospital. Services held (Monday) in Zion Hill Baptist Church. Burial in the Gause Cemetery. She was BORN 8/27/1935 in Gause to M/M. William & Myrtle Thompson Finley. She had lived in Dallas for the past 25 yrs. and was a private duty nurse. SURVIVORS: Father, William Finley of Houston; mother, Myrtle Finley of Bryan; 2 brothers, Clenon Edward Finley of Houston and William Dean Finley of Brookland, NY.; 2 sisters, Marva Hubert of Bryan and Rubye Moore of Bryan.
TARPIN, Ernest of Delavan, WS. Died 11/22/1984 after a brief illness. Local SURVIVOR: Sister-in-law, Mrs. Freeda Brooks, Thorndale.
TATE, Mrs. C. C. of Thorndale. Age 82. Died ?/1952 (Sunday) in a Taylor hospital. Services held (Tuesday) from Condra Funeral Home. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery. Rev. W.H. Townsend of Austin officiated. BORN 2/15/1870 in Thil, KY. SURVIVORS: 3 step-daughters, Mrs. Effie Lankford of Freer, Mrs. Mary Williams of Rockdale and Mrs. Roy McCutcheon of Houston; step-son, C.R. Tate of Luling; sister, Mrs. Lucy Tucker of Thil, KY. and brother, George Sharp of Thil, KY.
TATE, Charles H. of Rockdale. Age 64. Died 3/1982 (Friday) in Richards Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Services held (Sunday) in Peace Lutheran Church. Burial in Giddings City Cemetery. Rev. Herbert Lammert officiated. He was BORN 12/29/1917 in Houston to M/M. Charles Franklin & Effie Mae Jones Tate. Rockdale resident for past 25 yrs. and a retired employee of Alcoa's Rockdale Works. Married Louise Matthijetz on 9/3/1939 in Giddings. Preceded in death by son, Dennis Ray Tate on 10/21/1980 and a brother, Wallace Ray Tate, 9/18/1958. SURVIVORS: Wife, Louise Tate of Rockdale; son, Allen Tate of Midland; 3 daughters, Ann Babcock of Cedar Creek, Barbara Womack of Rockdale and Linda Usener of Fredericksburg; sister, Mable Mattlock of Houston; 10 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #465-05-0464.
TATE, Clarence of Luling. Age 65. Died 1/1970 (Thursday) in Luling. Services held in Luling. Burial in the cemetery there. BORN 12/5/1903 the son of C.C. Tate of Thorndale. SURVIVORS: Wife, Bobby Beard Tate of Luling, daughter, sister, Mrs. Roy (Effie) McCutcheon of Austin; aunt, Mrs. Iris Catchings of Thorndale. SS Death Benefit on #449-01-7585.
TATSCH, Josephine Barber of Austin. Age 68. Died 1/9/1989 (Monday). Memorial services held 1/12 (Thursday) at Pond Spring Baptist Church. She donated her body to cancer research. She was BORN 7/29/1920 to the late Zeta Robinson Barber of Milano. The Barber family were longtime Milano residents. SURVIVORS: 2 sons of Austin and an uncle, Dudley Caldwell of Stephenville. SS Death Benefit on #467-16-7976.
TAYLOR, Charlotte of Austin. Age 87. Died ?/1973 (Sunday) in a local hospital. Services held (Wed.) at the Cook-Walden Funeral Home. Burial in Austin Memorial Park. Dr. Ted Richardson officiated. SURVIVORS: 2 daughters, Miss Mary Lee Taylor of Austin and Mrs. Marcelle Kerr of Houston; son, S.W. Taylor, Jr. of Otis, CO.; sister, Mrs. W.O. Stine of Vernon; 3 grandchildren.
TAYLOR, Chrystal Deann of Oglesby. Age-Infant. Died ?/1972. Graveside services held Wednesday in Post Oak Cemetery, Oglesby. She was the infant daughter of M/M Charles Taylor of Gatesville. Mrs. Taylor is the former Barbara Lamb of Rockdale.
TAYLOR, Dorothy E. of Calvert & Waco. Age 81. Died 5/1988 (Monday) in a Waco nursing home. Graveside funeral services held (Tuesday) in the Calvert City Cemetery. Rev. Mike Patrick of Oaklawn Baptist Church, Bellmead, officiated. Bellmead Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 9/18/1906 in Rockdale to M/M. Martin & Annie Harris. She was a resident of Waco, but had resided most of her life in Calvert. SURVIVORS: Sister-in-law, Mildred Harris Baker of Rockdale; several nieces and nephews including Betty Kirkland of Waco. SS Death Benefit on #467-80-8547.
TAYLOR, Joe Edward of Leander. Age 66. Died 11/24/1983 (Thursday). Services held (Sat.) from Davis Funeral Home in Georgetown. Burial in Liberty Hill Cemetery. Dr. Clyde Major and Rev. Ken Baker officiated. He was BORN 4/22/1917. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Dorothy Taylor of Leander; 2 brothers, Ralph Taylor of Reserve, NM.; Joe A. Taylor of Bryan; sister, Mrs. Erwin Fuessel of Thorndale. SS Death Benefit on #460-14-3960.
TAYLOR, John A. of Lexington. Age 80. Died 1/4/1990 (Thursday) in Richards Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Services held in Lexington United Methodist Church. Burial in Lexington Cemetery. Rev. Henry Weston officiated. He was BORN 7/30/1909 in Milam Co. to M/M. Charlie E. & Amanda E. Robbins Taylor. Married Gladys Muston 11/30/1939 in Lexington. He was a self-employed mechanic for 40 years retiring in 1982. Preceded in death by 3 brothers, E.C. Quinney, F.D. Quinney and C.F. (Rusty) Taylor; sister, Jesse Epp; and his parents. A 35-year member of Lexington Volunteer Fire Department and was fire chief for many years. Member of Woodmen of the World's Lexington Lodge. SURVIVORS: Wife, Gladys Taylor of Lexington; daughter, Pat Lerche of Lexington; brother, B.R. Taylor of Lexington; 2 sisters, Myrtle Elser of Santa Fe and Margarette Brademan of Austin; 2 grandchildren.
TAYLOR, Lovie L. of Taylor. Age 81. Died 10/4/1985 at John's Community Hospital in Taylor. Services held 10/5 in Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery, Taylor. Rev. Jerry Drawbrough, pastor of Bell St. Church of Christ, officiated. He was BORN 10/5/1903 to James & Emma Garner Taylor. Married 9/9/1928 to Opal M. Runnels. SURVIVORS: Wife, Opal; 2 sons, Jim B. Taylor of Houston and Lee Roy Taylor of Henderson; 8 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #465-09-2345.
TAYLOR, Mary Michalcik of Weimar. Age 80. Died 7/28/1987 (Tuesday) at Southwest Memorial Hospital in Houston, following an 8-month bout with lung cancer. Rosary cited 7/29 in the Chapel of Hubbard Funeral Home in Weimar. Burial mass held 7/30, officiated by Rev. Hughes with Stanley Kucherka, Jr. of Rosenberg, a nephew of the deceased serving as a lector and presenting the eulogy. Favorite hymns were played by organist Mrs. Charles "Mickey" Glueck of Cat Spring, Mrs. Taylor's niece. Burial in St.Michael's Catholic Cemetery, Weimer. She was BORN 5/17/1907 in Holman to John and Mary Vaclavik Michalcik. A lifelong resident of the Weimar area. Married Willie H. Taylor on 11/10/1925 in Weimar. She was a well-known seamstress, belonged to a sewing club and a lifelong member of St.Michael's Catholic Church in Weimer and was a Catholic Daughter. Preceded in death by husband on 1/22/1984; 2 sisters, Molly Michalcik Kucherka and Annie Michalcik Little. SURVIVORS: Son & daughter-in-law, Billy & Carolyn Taylor of Rockdale; daughter & son-in-law, Dorothy & E.H. "Sonny" Breithaupt of Eagle Lake; sister, Adela Fojt of Cat Spring; 2 brothers, John and Alfons Michalcik of Hallettsville; 7 grandchildren, Brice, Daphane and Russell Taylor, Billy Breithaupt, all of Rockdale, Shirley Seaholm and Connie Gertson of Eagle Lake and Linda Henske of Agua Dulce; 7 great-grandchildren, Justin Breithaupt of Rockdale, Kari and Gus Seaholm, Sunny and Ralph Gertson of Eagle Lake, Kevin and Tyne Henske of Agua Dulce, other relatives and many friends. SS Death Benefit on #460-02-9409.
TAYLOR, Monroe of Hallettsville. Age 66. Died 6/1981 (Monday). Services held in Hallettsville. He was BORN 7/22/1914 in Thorndale and lived there for many years. SOME SURVIVORS: Dora McCasland, M/M. Bob Weise, M/M. Henry Eisfeldt. SS Death Benefit on #467-12-7293.
TAYLOR, Mrs. Myrtle (Thomas H.) of Brownwood. Age 86. Died ?/1971. Services held from the Davis Morris Funeral Home in Brownwood. Burial in East Lawn Cemetery in that city. Dr. Guy Newman, president of Howard Payne College, officiated. Mrs. Taylor, nee Myrtle Evans, was BORN 9/19/1886 at Elgin, TX., but had been a resident of Brown Co. since she was 6. Married Thomas H. Taylor on 6/15/1907. Her husband was president of Howard Payne College from 1929 to 1955 and they opened their home to all the students who attended the college during his tenure of office. She was a member of Coggin Avenue Baptist Church for more than 60 years. She had been in failing health for the past 2 years and resided with her daughter, Mrs. William L. Laird at 2605 1st St., Brownwood. Preceded in death by her husband in 1955 and a daughter, Mrs. Brown (Jenny) Tomme of Ft.Worth. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mrs. W.L. (Frances) Laird; 3 sons, Henry P. Taylor, Robert Taylor and Charles E. Taylor all of Brownwood; sister, Mrs. Grace Burns of Brownwood; 8 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Large circle of friends. Mrs. Taylor was a close personal friend of Miss Eloise Laurence and a cousin of Dr. Cleo McChristy who visited Thorndale quite often in the Laurence home.
Created on 22 Mar 2005 and last revised on _________ 2005