Known Family of O.P.Taylor

Orville Parks Taylor

b. Sep 15, 1838 at Leesville, Campbell Co., VA - d. Nov 17, 1883 at Wellsville, Allegany Co., NY - Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Wellsville,NY,   Son of John Osborn Taylor &  Elizabeth Eleanor Thompson Taylor  (who had 4 sons: Orville, William-died in Calif., Daniel-resided NM and John  Thompson Taylor-VA).

Married January 1861, at Canaseraga, NY  Cornelia Clark, b.Jul 18, 1841 - d. Sep 15, 1913,    Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Daughter of Chauncey F. & Harriet S. Mundy, Granddaughter of Stephen & Ann Mundy-Town of Burns . 


Children of Orville & Cornelia:
 1)William Orville Taylor b. Dec 19, 1866  d. Jun 11, 1936,  m. ”Minnie”Mary Melissa Applebee b. Jul 19, 1868 d. Feb 11, 1942, (both buried Woodlawn Cemetery - Wellsville)  

           a) Florence Taylor d. 1964, aged 73; m. Harry John Maddren, Sr. d. 1923, (both buried Woodlawn Cemetery - Wellsville)
                     Harry John Maddren, Jr.
                     William Taylor Maddren

           b) Jennie Applebee Taylor m. Arthur Riggs
                     Elsbeth Cornelia- 1917-1980 buried Woodlawn, m. Theodore McClure

           c) Cornelia Taylor b.1896 d.1981 m. Ernest Hornburg (1890-1977), (both buried Woodlawn Cemetery - Wellsville)
                     James Paul
                     Doris Fichtela
                     Arthur Ernest
                     John Robert

          d) Orville Parks Taylor b.1904  m. Thelma Pease
                     Anita – m. Robert Rogers         

2)Charles O. Taylor   b. Jan 26, 1862 - d. Oct 12, 1928 b. Woodlawn Cemetery-Wellsville

3)Annie B. Taylor b. Aug 19, 1864 - d. Feb 11, 1899 b. Woodlawn Cemetery-Wellsville, m. Grant Duke b. Jun 1, 1863 - d. May 11, 1904 b. Woodlawn Cemetery-Wellsville

From Notes of Ron Taylor-Sources: Allegany County Histories, Family Records, Cemetery Records  and Miscl Newspaper Clippings.  This information is meant to help you in your quest for family.  As with all material provided by others,  you must verify using your own methods.  Please report any errors you may discover (with proof of correction needed)  so we can provide accuracy on the web.

 The Thumbprint pages below (tap them for opening in a new window) are from a tiny booklet printed "In Memoriam" with unknown publisher and date.  This copy is owned by Ronald G. Taylor and was inserted in a book purchased at auction by him from the grand-daughter of O. P. Taylor, Jennie Taylor Riggs.  Inside was an inscription "Jennie from Cornelia".  Cornelia was her cousin, Cornelia Taylor Hornburg.  A lot of history in this little booklet......rt

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