Person:Julia Taylor (15)

Julia May Taylor
m. 19 Dec 1895
  1. Emma Taylor1893 -
  2. Stella Gertrude Taylor1897 - 1975
  3. Julia May Taylor1898 - 1963
  4. Martin Moren Taylor1900 - 1963
m. 14 Apr 1917
  1. Mary Isabel Carter1919 - 1971
m. 3 Sep 1925
Facts and Events
Name Julia May Taylor
Gender Female
Birth? 20 Nov 1898 Tickfaw, Tangipahoa, Louisiana
Marriage 14 Apr 1917 Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana(data taken from undocumented family sources)
to John William Carter
Divorce 12 Dec 1922 Tangipahoa Parish?, Louisiana(data taken from undocumented family sources)
from John William Carter
Marriage 3 Sep 1925 St. Joseph Church, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana(taken from wedding invitation)
to Paul Robert Lanoux
Death? 4 Apr 1963 New Orleans, Orleans, La.
Burial? 5 Apr 1963 Garden of Memories Cemetery, Metairie, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
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  1.   "Community News From State", in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Baton Rouge Advocate. (Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States).

    9 Jun 1931, p. 3:

    Mrs. Robert Lanoux and Miss Louise Blunt of New Orleans are spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Lanoux.


    5 Sep 1931, p. 3:

    Miss Marie Louise Blunt and Master Robert Lanoux, Jr., returned from New Orleans Monday with Mr. Nathan Smith. They will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Lanoux while here.


    4 Jun 1931, p. 7:

    Clay Lanoux after having spent a week in New Orleans as the guest of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Lanoux, returned here Sunday.


    16 Nov 1930, p. 7:

    Mrs. Bette Savoie, sister of Mr. Clay Lanoux of Gonzales, died recently. Her body was brought from Texas and interred in Jeanerette.


    19 May 1932, p. 7:

    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lanoux of New Orleans spent the weekend here as guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Lanoux and also Mr. And Mrs. Forest Lanoux and other relatives.