|Birth: ||Apr., 1865, Canada|
|Death: ||Nov. 5, 1915|
Box Butte County
Married William E. Taylor on April 30, 1894 at Chicago, Illinois.
Alliance Herald (Alliance, Nebr.), November 15, 1915, p. 10, col. 5 & 6
MRS. A. E. TAYLOR
Mrs. Taylor, wife of the prominent ranchman, A. E. Taylor, living near Curly, died at St. Joseph's hospital Friday afternoon at 1:20, her death being due to a paralytic stroke. She was brought to the hospital three weeks ago, when the first stroke occurred three weeks ago, and for a time it was thought she would recover, but last week another stroke occurred and her death followed shortly. She was married to Mr. Taylor in Chicago in 1893, and was 50 years and 6 months old at the time of her death. She leaves two daughters, Miss Agnes Taylor of Paola, Kans., and Mrs. Den Henley, near Curly, and two brothers, John P. Corrigan and A. D. Corrigan, both Chicago business men, in addition to the husband. One sister lives in Canada, but she was unable to attend the funeral on account of illness. The brothers and daughters were here when the end came.
Funeral services were held at the Catholic church, of which the deceased was a member, Monday morning, after which interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. The funeral services were conducted by Father Donnelly, assisted by Father Keiser and Father McLaughlin.
Card of Thanks
We wish to sincerely thank the people who extended so many kindnesses and favors during the sickness and death of our beloved wife and mother. Especially do we thank the Catholic Sisters, of Alliance, the hospital authorities, and the physicians, who did all in their power to make her last moments peaceful and who ministered to her faithfully.
A. E. TAYLOR AND FAMILY
Box Butte County
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