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Margaret Taylor Heywood
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Birth: Mar. 17, 1911
Provo
Utah County
Utah, USA
Death: Jan. 14, 2004
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA

Photos: Margaret Heywood attending an art workshop in Snow Canyon, Utah, 2-19-89. (Photo by Sharon Jewkes)

Children of John Whittaker Taylor, Roxie Welling Taylor and Rhoda Welling Taylor. Click on photo to read names.

Artist & Educator:
"A favorite quote of Margaret's was: "You use a glass mirror to see your face, you use the arts to see your soul."

Our beloved mother, Margaret Taylor Heywood, 92, died January 14, 2004 at her Salt Lake City home attended by her daughters, a granddaughter, Emma Roach, and valued health assistant, Liliana Smouse.

She was born March 17, 1911 in Provo, Utah to John Whitaker Taylor and Eliza Roxie Welling Taylor (the fourth plural wife). She was the last surviving child of 36 children. She married David Heywood in Panguitch, Utah in 1939. They were separated only by his death in March 2002.

A graduate of LDS Business College and BYU, with graduate studies in art at USC, and the Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington DC, she worked for many years as a junior high and high school English teacher, first in Panguitch, Utah, and later for the Davis County School District.

Following her retirement from teaching, she returned to her first field of interest and became a noted artist. She was a member of the Utah Watercolor Society, the Intermountain Society of Artists, and other local art groups. Her work is in both private and public collections including the Springville Museum of Art and the Utah County Art Collection.

She was a woman of strong character with a great sense of style.

Survived by her children, David Michael (Mary Martineau) Heywood, Vancouver, WA; Patricia Margaret Chiu, Provo; Roxie Jane Heywood, Salt Lake City, Mary Kathryn (Bill) Roach, Salt Lake City; 17 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Trudy (Ben) Heywood of Logan; and brother-in-law, Andy (Pearl) Anderson, Bloomington, IL. Preceded in death by her husband, and infant son, Arthur W. Heywood.

Funeral services will be Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 2 p.m., at Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple, where family and friends may call 45 minutes prior to services. She will be buried next to her beloved husband, at the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Mom, you had a bright and amazing soul.

Deseret News-Published: Saturday, Jan. 17, 2004

 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  John Whitaker Taylor (1858 - 1916)
  Eliza Roxie Welling Taylor (1880 - 1962)
 
 Spouse:
  David Heywood (1909 - 2002)
 
 Children:
  Arthur Welling Heywood (1944 - 1944)*
 
 Siblings:
  May Rich Taylor Parke (1885 - 1984)**
  Nellie Todd Taylor (1890 - 1961)**
  John Rich Taylor (1890 - 1955)**
  Joseph Bruce Woolley Taylor (1893 - 1919)**
  Brigham Todd Taylor (1894 - 1912)**
  Abraham Todd Taylor (1896 - 1918)**
  Avon Rich Taylor Beesley (1896 - 1915)**
  Clifton Todd Taylor (1898 - 1976)**
  Emma Taylor Moon (1902 - 1991)*
  Enoch Welling Taylor (1905 - 1965)*
  Marietta Taylor Call (1906 - 1997)**
  Nephi Welling Taylor (1907 - 1977)**
  Mary Todd Taylor Clark (1907 - 1975)**
  Juana Taylor Osguthorpe (1910 - 1994)**
  Margaret Taylor Heywood (1911 - 2004)
  Ariel Sandberg Taylor (1912 - 1999)**
  Melba Taylor Gleave (1916 - 1993)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Salt Lake City Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Plot: N_4_1_5E
 
Created by: Sunflower Lady
Record added: Sep 10, 2013
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Margaret <i>Taylor</i> Heywood
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Margaret <i>Taylor</i> Heywood
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My dear friend and artist co-worker, you have been missed so much. We had wonderful art days together. It won't be long and maybe we can paint together again.
- Sunflower Lady
 Added: Sep. 10, 2013
 
 
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