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William Dalton Talley
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Birth: Feb. 8, 1881
Death: Jul. 6, 1965

s/o James Silas Talley & Martha C. Cantrell

Obituary provided by Frankie Randall.
The following obituary was published in the Herald Coaster on July 11, 1965:

"William Dalton Talley"

Funeral services for William Dalton Talley, 84, of Rt. 2, Rosenberg, were held Thursday, July 8, at 10 a.m. from the Calvary Baptist Church in Rosenberg. Rev. Leroy B. Patterson officiated.

Mr. Talley, a farmer during his life time, passed away July 6, at the Golden Age Manor in Houston. Survivors are three sons, Sidney Talley of Rosenberg, Raymond Talley and Lee Talley of Houston; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Ida Mitchell, Mrs. Anna Speights and Mrs. Bettye Cooper, all of Houston.

Burial was in the W.O.W. Cemetery in Rosenberg under the direction of Garmany and Company Funeral Directors. * * *
Family links: 
  James Silas Talley (1849 - 1923)
  Martha C. Cantrell Talley (1852 - 1937)
  Lena Hartlage Talley (1884 - 1963)*
  Sidney Dalton Talley (1914 - 2001)*
  John Coleman Talley (1872 - 1942)*
  Tolbert Fannin Talley (1875 - 1948)*
  Mary Ida Talley Mitchell (1878 - 1973)*
  William Dalton Talley (1881 - 1965)
  Anna Mae Talley Speight (1883 - 1973)*
*Calculated relationship
Rosenberg Cemetery
Fort Bend County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section C, Lot 71
Created by: Geno-seeker
Record added: Dec 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 46150124
William Dalton Talley
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William Dalton Talley
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 Added: Dec. 4, 2010

- Frankie Randall
 Added: Dec. 3, 2010

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