Personal information about Elizabeth Taylor

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Elizabeth Taylor
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   27 April 1951
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 281
Record number: 11844
Official at burial:
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  24 April 1951
  grave buried
  no grave
  "Inscription from Mrs Pattison's records - Newbury Library: Mary Jane Taylor. 22nd April 1850 - 8th June 1920/ Sacred to the Memory of / Elizabeth Taylor, 20th April 1885 - 24th April 1951. / William Jeremiah Taylor / 3rd Nov. 1883 - 19 Oct. 1953"
  no grave
  01 March 2012
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Other people list on this memorial

Mary Jane TAYLOR
William Jeremiah 



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Elizabeth Taylor
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    27 April 1951
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



Wash Common lost a great neighbour and respected friend when Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, aged 66, died at Oak Lodge Nursing Home on April 24th, after a short illness. She and her husband Mr. William J. Taylor came to live at 22 Falkland-road in 1914. In the years since she had taken an energetic part in many activities. She was a member of st. George's Mother's Union and in St George's Church choir. The Women's Institute will miss her greatly. Besides these and other interests she found time for many acts of kindness for those deserving practical sympathy.

She leaves a husband and two married sons, one of whom, Mr. Gordon S. Taylor lives in Trinidad, British West Indies.

The choral funeral service on Friday at St. George's Church was conducted by the Rev. A. J. Overton, priest in charge, assisted by the Rev. A.J.W Pritchard, vicar of St John's, Newbury.

The mourners were Mr. William J. Taylor (husband), Mr. William H.J. Taylor (son), Mrs. F. Steel and Mrs. E. Pollard (sisters-in-law), Mr. A.W. C. Bowyer (brother-in-law), Mr. R. Pollard (nephew), the Misses A. and M. Jacobs (cousins), and Mr. W.H. Edwards.

There follows a long list of others attending.

he numerous wreaths included tributes from the organisations I which Mrs. Taylor had been a member.

The interment took place at Newbury-road Cemetery, the Rev. Overton officiating.

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