|Birth: ||Mar. 31, 1881|
|Death: ||Jun. 7, 1903|
New Mexico, USA
La Crosse County Record, Onalaska, WI Thur., June 18, 1903, page 3.
Mary A. Taylor, daughter of James B. and Anna Taylor was born March 31, 1881 in Caledonia, Columbia County, Wisconsin. Her early days were spent there and at Baraboo until 1892 when the family moved to Onalaska. She was married to Joseph Boyer July 29, 1900 and moved to Raton, New Mexico, where she and her husband built a nice home and lived very happily. Two children were born to them - Joseph G. who died December 7, 1901 at the age of seven months, and Frances May, born December 23, 1902.
Deceased had been in poor health for a few months but was not confined to her room until about two weeks before her death. She died of inflamation of the bowels June 7, 1903. The remains were brought to this city for burial and the funeral was held from the Methodist church last Friday, Rev. L.E. Hoisington officiating and undertaker A.E. Smith in charge. The pallbearers were from the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen at La Crosse, deceased being a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the order. The floral display was very large and beautiful. The funeral was very largely attended and great sympathy for the sorely bereaved was manifest. The grave at the Onalaska cemetery was beautifully lined and decorated with evergreens and choice flowers and the remains were lovingly lowered to their last resting place to await the coming of the resurrection morn.
Deceased was very highly regarded by all who knew her and the bereft husband and relatives are inconsolable in their grief.
James Benjamin Taylor (1854 - 1948)
Annie E Ramsay Taylor (1852 - 1932)
Onalaska City Cemetery
La Crosse County
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Originally Created by: RMunns
Record added: Dec 15, 2008
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