|Death: ||Mar. 29, 1900|
The Atchison Champion, Saturday, 31 March 1900
Miss Maude Taylor, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Taylor, of South Fifth street, died at her home on Wednesday noon last, of Bright's disease.
Miss Taylor had been in poor health for some time, but up to a day or two before her death had not been considered dangerously ill. After retiring on Tuesday evening her mother was alarmed by her heavy breathing and at once summoned the family physicians, Drs. Shelly and Johnson, who pronounced her condition serious and her father, who has been employed in Omaha, was telegraphed for. She remained in the same unconscious state until Wednesday noon, when she breathed her last.
Miss Taylor was a member of the Episcopal church, and one of its most active workers. She had charge of the industrial work at St. Andrew's mission and was active in the care of several poor families. She was 31 years of age, and her death is a sad loss to the community. The funeral will take place at Trinity church on Friday at 2 p.m. and the interment will take place in Mount Vernon cemetery.
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