Glen Ernest TAYLOR 3993
- Born: May 1894, Iowa 1781
- Marriage: Dora BENNINGTON on 20 Dec 1929 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa, USA 3996
- Died: 27 Jan 1942, Nodaway, Adams County, Iowa at age 47 20,4003
- Buried: Jan 1942, Nodaway Cemetery; Nodaway, Adams County, Iowa 20
Cause of his death was Died Suddenly.
Adams County Free Press, Corning, Iowa; 31 JAN 1952 "Ten Years Ago", page 9. 4003
Noted events in his life were:
• Residence, 1900, Franklin Township, Cass County, Iowa, USA. 1781 living with his widowed mother.
• Residence, 1910, Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota, USA. 4004 at 913 Third Avenue East, living with his widowed mother.
• Occupation, 1910, Mitchell, Davison County, South Dakota, USA. 4004 where he was a cigar maker.
• Residence, 1930, Nodaway, Adams County, Iowa. 4005
• Occupation, 1930, Nodaway, Adams County, Iowa. 4005 where he was a mail carrier on a rural route.
• Residence, 1939, Norway, Benton County, Iowa, USA. 3993 This location was sited in his sister, Bessie's, obituary. I believe the obituary was in error and this location should have been 'Nodaway, Iowa', in Adams County.
• Residence, 1942, Nodaway, Adams County, Iowa. 4003
• Cemetery, Jan 1942, Nodaway, Adams County, Iowa. 20 in the Nodaway Cemetery.
• Obituary, 5 Feb 1942, Corning, Adams County, Iowa. 4006 Taylor, Glen E., Adams County Free Press, Corning, Iowa; 5 FEB 1942, Page 11
Glen Ernest Taylor, son of Alfonzo and Harriet Taylor, was born May xx, 1894 at Wiota, Iowa and departed this life at his home in Nodaway, Iowa on January 27, 1942 at the age of 47 years, 8 months, and 7 days. He was united in marriage to Dora Bennington on February xx, 1929 at Council Bluffs, Iowa. For twenty-one months, he served with Co. H 48th Infantry of Omaha, Nebraska, and has been in the postal service during his lifetime. He was a public spirited, community minded citizen and one the community will miss. He was a member of the Nodaway Post of the American Legion and of the K. P. Lodge. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Dora, three brothers, and four sisters. Guy Taylor of Atlantic, Iowa; Joseph Taylor of Wiota, Iowa; Dean Taylor of Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Jessie Nandick of Sac City, Iowa; Mrs. Ora Palmer of Davenport, Iowa; Mrs. Clea Malone of Davenport, Iowa; and Mildred Ball of Los Angeles, Calif.; twenty nephews and nieces and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and six brothers and sisters. Funeral services were conducted at the Nodaway Presbyterian church by Rev. Thurman Bowen of Corning, Ia. xxxxx by Rev Lewis Kxngabie of Nodaway; Ed Flacker of the American Legion Post also had a part in the service. Music was furnished by a quartet composed of Mrs. J. R. Dismukes, Mrs. H. G. Everett, Raymond Grobe and Leon Rider with Mrs. Martin Taylor at the piano. Professor Raymond Grobe sang a solo, "The Old Rugged Cross." Pallbearers were P. H. Norman, J. R. Dismukes, H. G. Everett, W. S. Maxwell, Clyde Vaughn, and Martin Taylor. Burial was in the Nodaway Cemetery.
I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to friends and neighbors, and also to the patrons on Rural Route No. 1 for your kindness and beautiful floral offerings at the death of my husband. Mrs. Glen Taylor
Glen married Dora BENNINGTON, daughter of Unknown and Living, on 20 Dec 1929 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa, USA.3996 (Dora BENNINGTON was born in 1905 in Iowa 4005.)