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GILBERT, in Abt 1888 son of Solomon "Doc" &Elizabeth(Weaver) Gilbert b: Bush, Laurel Co, KY (6) William Taylor, Jr.b: Harlan Co (now Bell Co) KY d: buried: Taylor Cemetery, Blackwater, Laurel Co, KY m: REBECCA L.Other inter-connections, if any, not yet determined.(6) Minnie May Taylor b: Laurel Co, KY d: m: Henry Tolliver "Clint" Cheek, on , in Laurel Co, KY son of Newton Irvin &Sarah(Hoskins) Cheek grandson of James &Mary A.(Cox) Cheek g-grandson of James &Jane "Jeanie"(Cowan) Cheek gg-grandson of James A.&Martha "Patty"(Estes) Cheek b: 1904 Laurel Co., KY The family stories are that he left Kentucky to escape threats on his life as the result of a murder trial in which he testified for the prosecution. It was the most interesting 3 hours I have spent in a museum. You must contact them at least 3 days prior to schedule a visit.
Grandpa told me that the gentleman would at times have supper or a cup of coffee with them.Share that special photograph of your loved one with everyone.Document family connections, service information, special times and priceless moments for all to remember and cherish forever with support for unlimited copy."Manuel" Taylor b: d: buried: Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery, Blackwater, Laurel Co, KY m: Theresa/Terest Tuttle daughter of Thomas &Mary(Williams) Tuttle granddaughter of Barden &Rhoda(Taylor) Tuttle Tuttle g-grandparents: Peter &Keziah(Sasser) Tuttle Taylor g-grandparents: Jacob "Isaac" &Rhoda(Smith) Taylor b: d: buried: Pilgrim's Rest Cemetery, Blackwater, Laurel Co, KY (2) Vera May Taylor b: 1932 m: Clyde Tuttle son of Jarvis &Lizzie(Smith) Tuttle Tuttle grandparents: Rev John Adam&Rosa(Asher) Tuttle Tuttle g-grandparents: Adam P.
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