Person:Edwin Taylor (6)

Edwin Norvie Taylor
m. 23 DEC 1908
  1. Maxwell D. Taylor1909 - 1978
  2. Lois Aurie Taylor1911 - 1997
  3. Ruby Arleen Taylor1915 - 1983
  4. Edwin Norvie Taylor1917 - 1990
  5. Norris Marvin Taylor, Sr.1921 - 1997
  6. Fred Taylor, Jr.1923 - 1988
  7. Virginia Clare Taylor1928 - 2011
m. 07 JUL 1978
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5] Edwin Norvie Taylor
Alt Name[6] Edwin Norva Taylor
Gender Male
Birth[7][3][4][5][6] 21 NOV 1917 Buffalo Twp, Cloud Co, KansasMillirons Farm Home
Residence[5] 1920 Center Twp, Cloud Co, Kansas
Residence[4] 1925 Center Twp, Cloud Co, Kansas
Residence[3] 1930 Concordia, Cloud Co, Kansas
Other? 07 JUN 1944 D-Day Veteran of WWII 1 Special Accomplishment
Marriage 07 JUL 1978 Texasto Mildred Munhausen
Occupation? Pipeline Construction
Residence? All Over - Travelled a lot in his job as pipeliner
Death[8] 22 AUG 1990 Woodville, Tyler Co, Texas
Burial? 25 AUG 1990 Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Woodville, Tyler, Texas
Other? 72 4 Age at death
Other? No Children 9 Proof - children
Other? Known to me - NMT 9 Proof to Parent
Other? Known to me - NMT 9 Proof to spouse
Other? WW II Military a War
Other? WWII: Summary: Europe, Normandy Invasion participant Military b

MILITARY: World War II Veteran Serial No. 37-017-590 (or 37-012-590??) Inducted Aug 8, 1941 at Ft. Leavenworth, age 23. Unit: 953 Field Artillery Battalion Rank: Technician 5th Grade Departed for overseas: Oct 21, 1943. Served 6th Corps Artillery Base Camp - Ethan Allen, Vermont Went to England until invasion Was in Normandy invasion, went to Czechoslavakia Was a Corporal

Lois said middle initial usually used, didn't use "Norvie" much. Also said she ordered two headstones, one to match Mildred's and one the one for being a veteran - the government one misspelled his name. (Noree or something like that.)

OCCUPATION: Worked in the pipeline industry all his life until retiring to Texas. He travelled a great deal in this job, including travel to South America.

CHILDREN: He married late in life, and had no children.

SSAN: 513-03-2229

MILITARY: News Article. Probably a Concordia paper, undated: "Cpl Edwin Taylor, with a field artillery unit, and Pvt Fred Taylor, paratrooper, brothers serving in England, enjoyed a surprise get-together when they met while both were on short furloughs there recently. The brothers hadn't seen each other since a year ago Christmas. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor of Concordia."

LETTER FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA (apparently just before he came home from Europe in WWII. I believe the war was over by May 24.)

"May 24, 1945 Czechoslovakia

Dear Lois and Stub:

How is everything going with you? Fine, I hope.

We haven't been doing a lot lately. It's been rainy and cold the last few days and I don't think much of that kind of weather while we're living in pup tents. It's bad enough when your in buildings. We got a keg of beer today but it's too cold to drink it. The beer over here is a lot like water anyway.

Is there anything new going on around town? Is it any different since the curfew lifted or does anything stay open that late? Maybe the town will have come to life before I get there because I aim to have a good party or two.

Well, that's about all for now, so I'll close.



Editor's Notes: Lois and Stub are Raymond and Lois (Taylor) Drury, Ed's older sister and brother-in-law. the "town" referred to is Concordia, Cloud Co, Kansas.

OBITUARY, Probably a Corncordia paper: "EDWIN NORRIE (SIC: SB Norvie) TAYLOR: Edwin Norrie (sic: should be Norvie) Taylor, 72, of Woodville, died August 22, 1990, at his home.

Mr. Taylor was born in Concordia, Kansas, and was a retired 40 year supervisor with W. L. Golighty Pipeline Construction Company. He was also a veteran of World War II in the U.S. Army serving overseas and earning the American Defense Service Ribbon. In addition to this, Mr. Taylor was a member of the Moose Lodge in Houston, Texas and of the VFW in Concordia, Kansas.

Funeral services were held Saturday, August 25, 1990, at the Edwards, Daniels, & Stanley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. J. P. Owens and Bro. C.A. Bevil officiating. Graveside services were held at Mt. Pisgah Cemetery under the direction of Edwards, Daniels & Stanley Funeral Home.

Survivors include his step-son, Lonnie Lee of Kingsville, brother, Norris Taylor of Wichita, Kansas; sisters, Lois Drury of Hemet, California, Margaret Nolan of San Jacinto, California, Virginia Kraemer of Denver, Colorado.

Pallbearers were members of the VFW."

  1. US Archives. 1920 US Census. (Name: Microfilm;)
    Centre Twp, Cloud Co, KS.
  2. Obituary - Named in Another's
    Anna Taylor, named as a child.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 1930 United States Federal Census. (Name: Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2002;)
    Database online. Year: 1930; Census Place: Concordia, Cloud, Kansas; Roll: 696; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 816.0.

    Record for Fred W Taylor

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925. (Name: Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2009;)
    Database online.

    Record for Fred Taylor

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 1920 United States Federal Census. (Name: Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2010;)
    Database online. Year: 1920; Census Place: Center, Cloud, Kansas; Roll: T625_526; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 19; Image: .

    Record for Fred Taylor

  6. 6.0 6.1 Passport
    Edwin Norva Taylor.

    b 11/21/1917

  7. Obituary.
  8. Obituary
    Concordia Paper: Edwin N Taylor.