Leonard Leighton Taylor © The Hammon Advocate 22 Nov 1951 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Leonard Leighton Taylor was born December 20, 1899, in Hill county, Texas and passed away November 13, 1951, at the age of 51 years, in a Lubbock, Texas hospital.
He was married to Lou Rett Morrow on March 10, 1918. To this union were born five children.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. L. L. Taylor of Smyer, Texas; two sons, L. D. Taylor of Smyer; Richard N. Taylor of Tuscumbra, Alabama; three daughters, Mrs. Shelby Davis; Mrs. Hayden Sheeban of Los Angeles; and Mrs. Coleman Lemmons of Oklahoma City; eleven grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Verda Carraway; Mrs. Hubert Smith; Mrs. Jewell Vinson of Los Angeles, California; Miss Clara Taylo of Hammon; Mrs. Lora Farni of Oregon; one brother, Herbert Taylor of Los Angeles; one uncle, Ira E. Banks of Lubbock, and numerous other relatives and friends.
Services were conducted at Smyer, Texas, on Friday, November 16, 1951 at 2:30 p.m. Burial was in Smyer Cemetery.
All immediate family was present except a daughter, Mrs. Lemmons, and one sister, Mrs. Farni, who were unable to be at the service.
Attending from Hammon were Clara Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mathews, Dillard Mathews, Floyd Bush, H. M. Cope, Linda and Mary Ann; Mrs. James L. Allen and Elmer Lount.
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