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Daisy Taylor, Dau of John M. Taylor/Adella Logan
Posted by: Bill Polk (ID *****3448) Date: January 12, 2013 at 12:30:57
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I am looking for information about the death and burial of John M. Taylor, b. c1850, TN., supposedly, and his wife, Adella Logan, b. GA., c1863, and appears to have died between 1896 and 1 June 1900, likely in TX., possibly in Erath County. This couple had one child, Daisy Taylor, b. 20 June 1894, Morgan Mill, Erath Co., TX., d. 12 Aug 1970, Wise Co., TX. Daisy m. Robert Lee Lewis on 21 June 1916, Erath Co., TX., he dying 19 Oct 1952, Corpus Christi, Nueces Co., TX. Both buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Erath Co., TX. Adella was married twice before John Taylor, and had one child, Johnnie Williams, b. c1892, TX. by her first husband Sid Williams. I don't know anything about Johnnie Williams but would like to know about him. Adella secondly married James C. Turnbow, b. c1863, marriage occurring 2 Oct 1887, Erath Co., TX. They had one child, Olin Turnbow, who fell off a ship in San Francisco, CA., drowned, date 27 March 1908. Adella and James C. Turnbow had a nasty marriage and divorce, I have papers. Any info on these people welcome and I will share what I have. Thanks, Bill Polk, Kansas City, my contact email is

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