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Michie Tamara Minor Taylor's final resting place
Posted by: April Labbee (ID *****2249) Date: September 17, 2011 at 14:17:36
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I am needing some help finding the grave of my Great
Grandmother. Her name was Michie Tamara Minor Taylor. She was born October 1879 to William Ostin Minor and Mary Melindie Webb. She married my Great Grandfather George Albert "Bud" Taylor in 1901. She developed breast cancer and died sometime in the late 1950's or early 1960's. Most of her family is buried in Webb/Cantrell Cemetery in Beaverton and she lived in Crews when my grandfather
was born. His name is France Albert Taylor. He died and is buried in Arkansas.She also had two other sons William "Billie" Taylor and Loyd Benford Taylor. Her
daughters were Flora?, Flossie Hollendeck (last known to be in Illinois) and Margie Riggs Her husband George Albert is buried in Rogers Arkansas. I don't know if he came there to live with one of his daughters after she died or while she was sick and the daughter
took care of her too. If you have any information please contact me at I cannot get a death certificate without the exact date of death. There has to be a family bible out there that has her listed. I am pretty sure she died poor but I would imagine that the family would have allowed her to be buried at Webb cemetery. I don't know if a stone has been lost or not. I do not believe that he traveled a great distance as sick as she was so I believe her to be In or near Crews/Beaverton. Please, if there is anyone with information or if you have a grandmother/grandfather or great aunt still living who has a family bible or if you inherited one or know of someone in your family with an old family bible, please look through it. Any information would be greatly appreciated. My family and I recently moved to the Corinth area so I am only 1 1/2 hours away.
April Labbee

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