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Lucinda Taylor Hasdorff
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Birth: Feb. 14, 1843
Randolph County
Alabama, USA
Death: Aug. 11, 1911
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA

Second wife of Christoph Harsdorff, buried in San Antonio National Cemetery.

Daughter of William W. Taylor and Mother's maiden name was Scroggins.

Grave for Lucinda has never been found. This cemetery is in very bad shape due to vandalism. I have walked the cemetery twice but nothing was found of Lucinda's grave.

Descendants of Lucinda's older Sister Martha Ann Taylor Krueger (1832-1932) have stories of our Taylor family traveling back and forth from Alabama to Texas to live. Their Mother (maiden name Scroggins) became ill in Texas and told their Father if she died she did not want to be buried in Texas, seems as though she didn't care for Texas and it's people. Lucinda's Mother's burial has never been found but it is told she was not buried in Texas.

See bio for Christoph. 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Christoph Daniel Gottfried Harsdorff (1834 - 1917)*
 
 Children:
  John Wiley Taylor (1875 - 1967)*
  Louise Hasdorff Wieland (1877 - 1919)*
  Christine Marie Hasdorff Harrison (1879 - 1938)*
  Roxie Lee Hasdorff Yeager (1885 - 1965)*
  James Jackson Hesdorff (1886 - 1951)*
  Minnie Mae Hasdorff Gandine (1888 - 1977)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
City Cemetery #3
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA
Plot: Row N Space 2
 
Created by: Ron Franco-Hesdorff
Record added: May 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36639689
Lucinda <i>Taylor</i> Hasdorff
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Added by: Beth Sanders
 
 
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- Shirley Bray
 Added: Apr. 19, 2010
 
 
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