TAYLOR VEDA ELVIRA

TAYLOR VEDA ELVIRA[1]

Female 1895 - 1936

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  • Born  1 Sep 1895  Stone County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender  Female 
    Died  25 Jul 1936  Washington, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Buried  Oak Grove Cemetery, Washington, Daviess County, Indiana. Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Person ID  I00699  Gynzer's Genealogy Database
    Last Modified  9 Mar 2014 

    Father  TAYLOR FRANCIS MARION,   b. 16 May 1869, Stone County, near Galena, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Mar 1956, Monett, Barry County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  PHILIBERT DELPHIA JANE (JENNIE),   b. 25 Jul 1870, Williams Township, Stone County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jul 1928, dod maybe 7/20/1927; Monett, Stone County, Monett, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  19 Aug 1889  Galena, Stone County, MO; by S. F. Rea, J. P. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F00278  Group Sheet

    Family  OWENS CHARLES WILEY,   b. 20 Dec 1890, Butterfield, Barry County, Missouri; dob may be 1891. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Nov 1938, Daviess County Hospital; d. of ruptured appendix; Washington, Daviess County, Indiana. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  25 Dec 1910  Monett, Barry County, Missouri. Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Children 
    >1. OWENS LORENE VIOLA,   b. 14 Apr 1913, Monett, Barry County, Missouri. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 May 1990, Daviess County Hospital. Washington, Daviess County, Indiana. Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. OWENS HILDRED NADINE,   b. 2 Oct 1918, Monett, Barry County, Missouri. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Oct 1918, Monett, Barry County, Missouri. Find all individuals with events at this location
    >3. Living
    Family ID  F00226  Group Sheet

  • Photos

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    Charles and Veda Owens
    Charles and Veda Owens
    Charles and Veda Owens
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    Dolly, Veda and Luvena Taylor
    Dolly, Veda and Luvena Taylor
    Dolly, Veda and Luvena Taylor taken around 1925?

    From notes on Ancestry.com - Dolly Gladys Taylor, born June 17, 1905, Viola, MO; died Oct. 27, 1985, Aurora, Lawrence Co., MO. Married Lloyd C. Dummit, June 24, 1924, Springfield, Greene Co., MO *** Veda Elvira Taylor, born Sept. 1, 1895, Stone Co., MO; died July 25, 1933 Washington, IN. Married Charles Wiley Owens, Dec. 25, 1910. Barry Co., MO *** Lavena Francis Taylor, born Sept. 23, 1903, Barry Co., MO; died March 1991. Married David Lafayette Martin, Dec. 22, 1918, Monett, Barry Co., MO
    Taylor, Veda Elvira - Portrait Photo
    Taylor, Veda Elvira - Portrait Photo
    Taylor, Veda Elvira - Portrait Photo - Shortly after wedding.
    Lucille Owens Extended Family Photo
    Lucille Owens Extended Family Photo
    Lucille Owens Extended Family Photo - per Lucille:
    "Daddy" Charles Owens, Wiley Catholic Owens, Uncle John
    Aunt Louis, Veda, Aunt Lula
    Lorene, Lucille
    Charles Wiley Family Photo
    Charles Wiley Family Photo
    Charles Wiley Family Photo Charlie, Veda, Lorene, and Lucille with aunt Louis

    Documents
    Marriage of Charlie W Owens and Veda E Taylor, 1910 in Barry Co., MO
    Marriage of Charlie W Owens and Veda E Taylor, 1910 in Barry Co., MO
    Marriage of Charlie W Owens and Veda E Taylor, 1910 in Barry Co., MO

    Headstones
    Headstone for Charles W. Owens and Veda E (Taylor) Owens
    Headstone for Charles W. Owens and Veda E (Taylor) Owens
    Headstone for Charles W. Owens and Veda E (Taylor) Owens

    Census Documents

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    1920 - United States Federal Census - Owens, Charles W.
    1920 - United States Federal Census - Owens, Charles W.

    FormHeader: StateMissouri
    FormHeader: CountyBarry
    FormHeader: TownshipMonett Township
    FormHead: Date5-Jan-1920
    FormHead: Sheet Number3B
    1) Street:
    2) House Number:501
    3) Number of Household:52
    4) Number of Family:58
    5) Name:Owens, Charles W.Veda E.Lorane V.James A.Lois G.
    6) Relation to Head of House:HeadWifeDaughterBrotherSister
    7) Home Owned or Rented:Owned
    8) If Owned, Free or Mortg.7
    9) Gender:MaleFemaleFemaleMaleFemale
    10) Race:WhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
    11) Age:292463013
    Estimated Birth Year:abt 1891abt 1895abt 1914abt 1890abt 1907
    12) Marital Status:MarriedMarriedSingleSingleSingle
    13) Year of Immigration:-----
    14) Naturalized or alien-----
    15) If Nat: What Year?-----
    16) Attended School or College:yesyes
    17) Able to readyesyesyesyes
    18) Able to writeyesyesyesyes
    19) Birthplace:MissouriMissouriMissouriMissouriMissouri
    20) Mother Tongue:
    21) Father Birthplace:MissouriMissouriMissouriMissouriMissouri
    22) Father Mother Tongue:
    23) Mother Birthplace:MissouriMissouriMissouriMissouriMissouri
    24) Mother Mother Tongue:
    25) Able to Speak Englishyesyesyesyes
    26) Trace, Profession or workCar carpenterNoneNoneCar CarpenterNone
    27) Industry or establishmentRail RoadRail Road
    28) Employer, sal/wage, ownWorker Worker
    29) Number on Farm Schedule
    Link to 1920 Census discription page

    1900 - United States Federal Census - Taylor, Francis Marion
    1900 - United States Federal Census - Taylor, Francis Marion
    1900 - United States Federal Census - Taylor, Francis Marion
    1910 - United States Federal Census - Taylor, Francis Marion
    1910 - United States Federal Census - Taylor, Francis Marion
    1910 - United States Federal Census - Taylor, Francis Marion

  • Notes 
    • Newspaper note under Hospital information: Mrs. Charles W. Owens, Washington route one, was admitted for treatment this morning. We're assuming this was prior to her death as a result of Peritonitis. (Wanda L. Gines has the clipping)

      Family members stated she died of gangrene from swallowing a tooth pick and causing a strangulated bowel.

      Wanda L. Gines has the original Marriage License. Taylor is spelled Tallor on the license.

      IN MEMORY OF VEDA ELVIRA OWENS (Wanda L. Gines has the original Funeral book. Inside was a card titled "In memory of your Mother" and unsigned. Inside were tablet sheets cut in half lengthwise with signatures I am assuming attend the viewing.)

      Born September 1, 1895 Stone County, Missouri
      Entered into Rest 5:00 a.m. July 25, 1936 Daviess County Hospital
      40 years 10 months 24 days
      Father - Francis Marion Taylor
      Mother - Jane Philibert
      Services - Free Methodist Church Tuesday, July 28, 1936 at 2:30 p.m.
      Rev. Green Officiating
      Place of Interment - Oak Grove Cemetery
      Laid to Rest July 28, 1936
      Bearers - Guy Horton, Alva McCracken, James Coatney
      Dewey McKown, Ray Thorp, A.M. Perkins
      Flower Girls - Dorothy Horton, Ina Horton, Pauline Perkins
      Deloris Perkins, Catherine Bailey, Edith Green


      PRESS NOTES
      VEDA E. OWENS DIES FOLLOWING BRIEF ILLINESS
      Jersey Street Woman Died in Hospital of Peritonitis.
      Mrs. Veda Elmira Owens, 40, wife of Charles W. Owens of Jersey Street, died this morning at 5 o'clock at the Daviess County Hospital where Thursday she submitted to a major operation.
      Death of the woman was attributed to peritonitis, which had developed prior to the operation. She had been seriously ill since last Sunday, but had been in failing health for some time prior to that.
      Doctors this morning explained that starting last Sunday Mrs. Owens suffered severe cramping, then experienced locked bowels. Thursday noon an operation was performed, and two of the intestines were found grown togethr. Further probing revealed that a piece of toothpick had been swallowed by Mrs. Owens at some time, and that it had worked through one of the intestines, causing a sore which reslted in the intestines growing together and causing the fatal illness. Peritonitis developed to cause ehr death early today.
      Born in Stone County, Missouri, on September 1, 1895, the deceased was a daughter of Francis Marion Taylor and Jane Philbert Taylor. The father survives and lives at Monett, Missouri, but the mother preceded the daugter in death. Mrs. Owens was married to Charles W. Owens on December 25, 1910, and three children were born to the union, one dying in infancy and the other two being survivors. They are Mrs. Lorene Gines of Washington and Lucille Owens, at home.
      Brothers and sisters surviving are Lafe and Otis Taylor, Mrs. Lavina Martin of Waco, Texas, Mrs. Velie Stewart of Jenkins, Missouri, and Mrs. Dollie Dummitt of Monett, Missouri.
      Mrs. Owens was a member of the Free Methodist Church and of the Security Benefit Association of this city.
      Funeral arrangements are not complete. James A. Gill and Sons will have charge.


      IN MEMBORY OF MRS. CHARLES OWENS

      There's a seat empty in our church today
      For some one who has gone away,
      She has gone to be with Jesus
      In the land of perfect day.

      "Tis our dear Sister Owens who we all loved so well
      She has said good night to us here,
      To go to a better world than this
      "Tis where they know no fear.

      She has gone from this world of sorry
      Gone from this world of pain
      She will never have sickness or sorrow
      Or heartaches ever again.

      I'm sure she's happy in Heaven
      Where Jesus, the Lamb is the Light,
      Where never cometh the darkness
      For everything's lovely and bright.

      She is feasting with Jesus in heaven
      Resting beneath the green tree
      She is looking toward the Pearly Gates
      Wathing for you and for me.

      Although our hearts were saddened
      When we said good night to her here
      Our hearts will also be gladdened
      When we say good morning up there.

      This poem was written by Nellie Burrous in memory of my mother at her death. Lorene Gines


      POSTCARDS COPIED AS WRITTEN FROM VEDA TAYLOR (Wanda L. Gines has the original post cards)

      To Mrs. Lorene Gines, R. R. 1, Washington, In. June 11 from Monett, Mo.
      Dear Lorene & Baby and Harold. All well got in to Monett at 7:30 Wed evening Just 12 hours driving We ate supper as we got in town and then got to Rosa at 8 I think we made fine time I saw Cecil at the depo We are going over on the hill to see the folk over there so I will close Kiss the boy for me. Mother

      Postcard postmarkedWaco, Texas July 8, 1936
      Dear daughter and family I will drop a card this evening to let you no we are well and hope you folk are well I am getting hom sick so I am planing on leaving here the 14 of July I dont no just when I will arive home for I am going to stop at Goldie going back she talk like maybe they come home with me But I don't think they will be redy by then for arthur is working but she sure want to go I hope she can Kiss the baby for me. Mother

      Postcard postmarked Jn15, 1936 from Monett, Mo.
      Dear Loren and all will drop a card to let yo no we are well and feeling fine and hope you folk are I sure miss the baby Daddy said he runing every where the folk sure think he cute How Bro and Sis Gines feeling and have you been call back to work Lorene go over to the houseand wash if you want to I for got to tell you while I was at home, it sure is hot today. You can read you dad letter for I am to lazy to right With love Mother


      MEMORIAL (a newspaper clipping - no date or name of paper)

      In loving remembrance of our mother, Mrs. F. M. Taylor, who died one year ago, July 29, 1928.

      Earth has lost its look of gladness,
      Heaven seems to be more bright,
      Since the spirit of our mother
      Took its heavenly flight.

      In life we loved her dearly
      And in death we do the same.
      Dear mother, I often sit and think
      Of you and wish you were here again.

      I think of you dear mother in silence--
      No eye can see me weep
      But many a silent tear I shed
      While others are asleep.

      Dear mother, could you speek to us
      And live with us again
      Our aching hearts then would be eased
      But this we wish in vain.

      You are gone, Mother, but not forgotten
      Never will they memory fade,
      Sweetest thought shall ever linger
      Around the grave where you are laid.

      Just the crossing of the river,
      Just a stepping on the shore;
      Then the joys of life eternal
      All were yours.

      For the Master whom we follow
      In his word has plainly said,
      That you're only sweetly sleeping
      Though you're numbered with the dead.

      The stars are dimly shining
      Upon your new-made grave,
      Where you sleep without waking
      You were loved but could ot save.

      Sweet adn peaceful be your slumber
      Forget you I can never
      But God called you home,
      He knows best, His will be done forever.

      F. M. Taylor
      O. L. Taylor
      L. S. Taylor
      Veda Owens
      Dolly Dummit
      Velia Stewart
      Luvena Martin

  • Sources 
    1. [S067188] Lorene Gines.


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