|Birth: ||Sep. 15, 1908|
|Death: ||Nov. 13, 1952|
Funeral services for Mrs. Geneva Smith, 44, were held Saturday. She died in a local hospital Thursday night after an illness of about one year.
Last rites were in a Shreveport Baptist Church of which she was a member, with burial in Centuries Memorial Cemetery, Shreveport. Elder Willie Blackman conducted the funeral.
Mrs. Smith was a native of Winnfield and had made her home in Shreveport for the past four years.
Survivors are her husband, Judge L. Smith of Shreveport, two daughters, Mrs. Carmal [sic Carmel] Wright and Miss Lois [sic Loyce] Ada Smith; two sons, A. U. Smith and Eugene Smith, all of Shreveport; two brothers, James Aaron Taylor and Armon Paul Taylor, both of Shreveport; four sisters, Mrs. Alaphair Wilkerson of Joyce, Mrs. Ethel Kelly of Minden, Mrs. Bertha Tarver of Pineville, and Mrs. Willa [sic Willie] Mae Jordan of Winnfield, and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers included James Austin Jordan of Winnfield, Rudolph Welch of Shreveport, and members of her church.
SOURCE: The Winn Parish Enterprise, November 20, 1952
William Raymond Taylor (1876 - 1936)
Mary Ann Lucas Taylor (1877 - 1948)
Judge London Smith (1898 - 1978)
Carmel Virginia Smith Lonadier (1927 - 2002)*
Alva U. Smith (1930 - 2004)*
Alaphair Taylor Wilkerson (1898 - 1973)*
Ethel Taylor Kelly (1901 - 1962)*
Bertha Mae Taylor Tarver (1903 - 1964)*
Eva Taylor Crain (1905 - 1922)*
Louise Geneva Taylor Smith (1908 - 1952)
Cloya Taylor King (1911 - 1936)*
Willie May Taylor Jordan (1914 - 2000)*
Centuries Memorial Park
Created by: Ron Manley
Record added: Jun 05, 2008
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