Person:William Taylor (311)

William Martin Taylor
m. 10 JUL 1864
  1. William Martin Taylor1865 - 1941
  2. Samuel Allan TaylorABT 1866 - 1934
  3. Mary J. TaylorABT 1869 - 1940
  4. Charles Sherman Taylor1872 - 1901
m. 19 Dec 1895
  1. Emma Taylor1893 -
  2. Stella Gertrude Taylor1897 - 1975
  3. Julia May Taylor1898 - 1963
  4. Martin Moren Taylor1900 - 1963
m. Mar (?) 1917
  1. Paul M. Taylor1918 - 1919
Facts and Events
Name William Martin Taylor
Gender Male
Birth[7] 17 May 1865 Mahaska, Iowa, United States
Property[2][3] 17 Feb 1888 Tangipahoa Parish, LouisianaLand Purch
Marriage 19 Dec 1895 Tangipahoa Parish, Louisianato Blanche J. Stevens
Divorce 1900-1905 Tangipahoa Parish, Louisianafrom Blanche J. Stevens
Residence[4] 1914-1941 Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Marriage Mar (?) 1917 Creek County, Oklahomato Nelle S. Morey
Marriage License 16 Mar 1917 Creek County, Oklahomato Nelle S. Morey
Census? 1920
Death[7] 15 May 1941 Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Burial[1][7] 17 May 1941 Oaklawn Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

William Taylor with his niece Gladys Taylor c. 1917

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  1. Oaklawn Cemetery, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    William Taylor stone. Photo on

  2. Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana Conveyances, 17 Feb 1888.
  3. National Archives Land Entry Files, Record Type: Land Entry File, Record Group: General Land Entry Files.

    William M. Taylor, File #5304
    T5 R8E S9 NE part 160 64/100 acres $14.80 purchase money, Homestead
    receipt & certificate: 10270 Ex 11677 F.C. #5304
    Application date: 17 Feb 1888
    Established dwelling on land April 1888
    Final Proof: 21 Aug 1894 witnesses: Robert M Tycer, Thomas E. Tycer, Kellis Powell, George Ridgdell all of Tangipahoa.
    Certificate granted:19 Oct 1894
    Patent: 22 Jan 1895, Recorded vol. 11, pg. 92

  4. 1920 US Census Tulsa County, Oklahoma, 1920.

    Tulsa County, Oklahoma, City of Tulsa, 13th Precinct
    715 Pearl
    Taylor, William M Head R W M 54 M Iowa Illinois Indiana Laborer Private Homes
    ________Nellie S Wife _ F W 32 M Illinois Illinois Illinois None
    Year: 1920;Census Place: Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Roll: T625_1487; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 230; Image: 313.

  5.   Tulsa newspaper, 15 May 1941.

    William Martin Taylor, 75, tree surgeon, died of a heart ailment today at his home, 715 S. Peoria av.
    Mr. Taylor was a lover of flowers and shrubs and brightened hundreds of gardens in Tulsa by giving cuttings from his own garden to his friends. He had lived here since 1914. The widow, Mrs. Nelle Taylor, is the only survivor.
    Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Tulsa Funeral Home chapel by Mrs. Rose Ritchey, reader of the First Church of Christ, Scientitist. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery.

  6.   William M Taylor, in Tulsa Daily World, Friday May 16, 1941.

    Funeral will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning from the Tulsa Funeral Home chapel for William Martin Taylor, 75-year-old Tulsa tree surgeon, who died Thursday at his home, 715 South Peoria. He had been a resident here since 1914. He leaves a widow, Mrs. Nelle Taylor of the home. A Christian Science reader will officiate. Interment will be in Oaklawn cemetery

  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Okalahoma, United States. Deaths.

    Death certificate of William Martin Taylor, Okla State Dept. of Health,Vital Records Division, File 571 Registrar no. 72253; certified copy