J. I. Taylor
J. I. Taylor, 81, 4 Taylor Avenue, died suddenly at the
family home at 2 p.m. Tuesday. He was found lying on his bed by his
son-in-law, John Farringer. Although he
had been in declining health, Mr. Taylor had been able to get around and
his sudden death caused a sincere shock to his many friends.
He was born in New Wilmington, March 22, 1851, and had
been a resident of Sharon for 61 years.
He leaves to survive, one won, Walter
of Cress Kill, N.J., two daughters, Mrs. Ruth
Crawford of New Kensington, Mrs. John
Farringer, at home, seven grandchildren and ____
great-grandchildren, brothers, James and
Wesley of Burnam, Wis., two sisters, Mrs.
Alice Sundee, San Diego, Calif., Mrs. Anne
Ottman, Burnam, Wisc.
Funeral services will be held from the late home at 2:30
p.m., on Friday with Rev. F. A. B____ in charge. Internment will be
in Oakwood Cemetery.
1932, newspaper unknown, possibly Sharon Herald, Sharon, PA