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Thelma Taylor
Oklahoma State Register
March 29, 1934
Submitted by: Mollie Stehno

Funeral services for Mrs. Thelma Taylor, 27, years old, who died March 17 at her home at Bakersfield, Calif., were held at the Methodist church at Mulhall, Wednesday afternoon, March 21.
Sermon was by Rev. W. S. Franklin. Burial was in Rose Lawn Cemetery.
Mrs. Taylor is survived by her husband George Taylor, to whom she was married June 25, 196, one daughter, Grace Mae, six years old, her mother, Mrs. Josie E. Dellinger, of Dodge City, Kansas, four brothers and six sisters. All were present at the funeral with the exception of one sister who lives in Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have made their home in California for the past three years. They formerly lived in Oklahoma. Burial was under the direction of Birckett funeral home.

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