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Obituary - Mrs J H Taylor

From: Cheryl
Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 11:14 AM

The Scone Advocate - Friday 21st June 1940 Obituary Mrs J H Taylor With the sudden and unexpected passing of Mrs Mary Ann Taylor, Aberdeen has lost another of its old and highly respected residents. The late Mrs Taylor was taken ill rather suddenly on Thursday night at her home in Nandowra - street. Medical aid was immediately summoned, and she was later admitted to hospital in a serious condition. Coming to Aberdeen about 45 years ago, with her husband, the couple settled down and soon made many friends. Mr Taylor at that time was a contractor and was associated with local Council in the early days. Deceased, who possessed a kindly nature, took a keen interest in many town organisations in the early days, and was devoted worshipper and supporter of St Marks Church. She was 74 years of age. The funeral took place to the Church of England portion of the Aberdeen Cemetery on Monday afternoon, where the service was conducted by the Rector, Rev A Mackinlay. Besides her husband, a grown up family of nine daughters and two sons survive, namely: Miss Elizabeth Taylor ( Aberdeen ), Mrs B Slattery ( Newcastle ), Mrs J Neasbey ( Sydney ), Mrs H Wright ( Sydney ), Mrs R Ekert ( Maitland ), Mrs A Mead ( Maitland ), Mrs S Morgan ( Bulli ), Mrs L Harrison ( Aberdeen ), Miss Gertie Taylor ( Aberdeen ), Messrs: F Taylor ( Aberdeen ) and cecil Taylor ( Segenhoe ).

Thanking You
Cheryl