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Christobel (Balthrop) Taylor
Dec22, 1910 - Jul 26, 1998
Posted by Martha Reddout

Marietta Monitor
31 Jul 1998 Page 4
(permission granted)

Services for Christobel Taylor, 87, were at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel of Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home conducted by Dr. Lloyd McArthur.

Mrs. Taylor, daughter of the late William Marvin and Oma Fortenberry Balthrop, died July 26, 1998, in an Ardmore hospital after an extended illness.  Born December 22, 1910, at Marietta, she moved to Ardmore from Marietta in 1931.  She had been the owner and operator of Christobel's Beauty Shop and was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene.

Survivors include a son, Robert R. Taylor of Bedford, Texas; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Taylor was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Morton Taylor in 1986; five brothers and two sisters.

Services were directed by Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home with interment in Rose Hill Cemetery.  

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