|Angelyn Cunningham (#48082475)|
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|Sooner BB||Sister Olivia and family|
Upon reading her mother's memorial page I see that I did make mention of the step-father as the "offender". Also, I will consolidate the 2 pages I made for Nettie, as a family member, and as a nun. (There was so much to tell about this amazing woman's family and professional life.)
Also, Nettie could very well have been buried at Hillside, if the published volume info was incorrect. I believe Hillside does have a nun's plot there, as well. On the other hand she might've been buried closest to the location of her passing from TB. I will check with a Hillside volunteer photographer about the nun's plot.
|Sooner BB||RE: Sister Mary Olivia (Taylor)|
Thank you for your message. I have the McClain Co. volume pertaining to the step-father, but at the time of entering her story I chose. out of deference to her and her family, not to include the details on the memorial page. I will reread and make corrections and additions from your information.
Many thanks, again.
Sister Mary Olivia Taylor was born to Abigail Emiline Cross after being raped by her step-father, William Jackson Taylor, a MS Choctaw who came to Indian Territory with his mother, Syllan Durant, and his siblings. Although Jackson Taylor is referred to as the husband of Rebecca Ashford Cross, a hand-written note on a Dawes application indicated there was no proof of marriage for Rebecca, a widow, and Jackson Taylor. Two of Abigail Emiline's daughters with Martin Patrick Cunningham, Clara and Theresa, were also boarding students at St. Elizabeth's Academy.
My late husband was a grandson of Abigail Emiline Cunningham.
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