Taylor Bible

Inside the front cover of this Bible was a set of records
pulled from a
Bible of the Hodges Family. The
relationship is not apparent.

The Comprehensive Bible Containing the Old and New
Testaments, Philadephia J. B. Lippencott & Co., no
date. Estimate early 20th century.

This Bible is currently in the possession
of Tracy St. Claire

tracy@stclaire.org This Bible has been returned to descendant
Brainerd I. Taylor (brtaylor@vassar.edu).


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[Page One -- Marriages]

James Brainerd Taylor to Julia Sawyer Jackson
Jan 1 1872

Brainerd Taylor 2nd Lieutenant Coast Artily Corps U.S.A
Vista Eloise Richardson of Cambridge, Mass. March 5th 1902

Brainerd Taylor -- Major Quartermaster Corps U.S.A
Helen May Cady of Mansfield, Mass. December 25, 1920

Brainerd Richardson Taylor to Elia Ocampo Abreo of
Tabasco, Mexico, June 13, 1934

Harold William Taylor to
(1) Martha Lynn Davenport of Washington, DC June 15, 1935
(2) Martha Greenwood of Worcester, Mass. June, 1948

[Page Two -- Births]

Children of James Brainerd and Julia:
Brainerd born April 29 - 1877 Maldron
William Harold born Oct 21 - 1879 "
Harriet May born Sept 8 1882 Newton

Children of Brainerd Richardson and Elia:
Elia Vesta, Nov 1, 1935 Chicago, IL
Brainerd Ocampo, Dec 15, 1939 "

[Page Three -- Births]

Children of Brainerd and Vesta:
Brainerd Richardson, Jan 5, 1904 Boston, Mass.
Harold William July 29 1910 Boston, "
Donald Jan 11 1916 Newport, R.I.

[Page Four -- Deaths]

Vesta Eloise Richardson Taylor Jan. 25, 1919 of
pneumonia, while her husband, Col. Taylor,
was still in France but sailed for home Feb. 1
without knowing of it.

Julia Sawyer Jackson Taylor March 19, 1916,
brochitis, complicated with asthma, and stroke
157 Lowell Ave Newtonville

Donald Taylor Newport R.I. Feb. 28, 1916

James Brainerd Taylor, 1929, October 20th at
4:10AM. Ill two days, indigestion, heart dilation
of pneumonia at the last. At 157 Lowell Avenue
Newtonville. His youngest son Harold, daughter
Harriet and his two grandsons with him. He died simply
and courageously with faith in God.

Wm. Harold Taylor, April 1st 1935 at 10:15 A.M. at
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, while on
a visit to his brother Colonel Brainerd Taylor Commanding
the Halabird Quartermaster Depot. At time of his death
he was headmaster of the Belmont Hill School, Belmont,
Mass. Cause of death "a tumor on the brain".
[new handwriting] later determined by autopsy at
Johns Hopkins Hospital Dr. Gandy to be a "thrombosis
of main artery and not a tumor".

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