BODY OF MRS. TAYLOR CROW COMING TUESDAY
The body of Mrs. Taylor Crow, a former resident of Adair county, who died in Ogden, Utah, Friday night, will arrive in Kirksville Tuesday night and will be buried at Ft. Madison cemetery Wednesday, probably in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Crow died after a brief illness and was 68 years old.
Mrs. Crow was a sister of William Stewart of Kirksville. She was born and reared in Adair county and lived here until about four years ago. Her husband still owns a farm near Trinity. Besides her husband, she leaves the following children: Mrs. Anna Holland, Willis and Alva who live in Adair county; Harvey Crow, of Montello, Nebr.; Mrs. Elsie Whiteside, of Greentop; Mrs. Lydia Walker and Charles Crow of Pierre, S. D.; Mrs. Nora Pierce, of Yankton, S. D.; Mrs. Lovie Drake, of Wells, Neb., and Leo and Della, who lived with their parents.
Kirksville Daily Express, September 8, 1913
Russell Taylor Crow (1847 - 1919)
Annie E. Crow Holland (1870 - 1942)*
Willis Ivan Crow (1872 - 1940)*
Alvey Milton Crow (1876 - 1946)*
Fort Madison Cemetery
Maintained by: Patti Knight Sedillo
Originally Created by: Phillip Crow
Record added: Jul 29, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40034869