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Death Information

   Charles Gee Taylor
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Death certificate for Charles Gee Taylor
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Charles Gee Taylor
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Maiden name:
Date of Death:
   29 April 1890
Age at death:
  84 Years
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Place of birth:
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Place of death:
   Speenhamland, Speen, Newbury
Usual address:
  Medicine Vendor
Cause of death:
  Acute Gastritis (5 days). Senile Decay.
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Burial Information

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   Charles Gee Taylor
Age at death:
Date of burial:
   02 May 1890
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Memorial Details

  Charles Gee Taylor
  29 April 1890
  Headstone and Footstone
  From top of headstone: Only God can forgive sins./ God saw that the wickedness of Man was great and every imagination of his heart was only Evil continually./ The heart is deceitful above all things/ and desperately wicked./ He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool. One sinner destroys much good. / Ye have sinned against the Lord and/ be sure your sins will find you out./ The wicked shall be turned into Hell/ and all the people that forget God./ The above are scripture Truths. / 1883 March 8, and 74 years/ died Harriet, nearly 50 years the beloved wife of / Charles Gee Taylor who died 29 April 1890 aged 84. Footstone: "Jesus/ is able to save them/ that come unto/ God by him seeing he/ ever liveth to make inter/ cession for sinners/ Neither is there any salvation/ in any other whereby/ we must be saved".
  Good, Engraved letters
  03 August 2015
  SC & AD
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Harriet Taylor

Cemetery Accounts Record

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Charles Gee Taylor
02 May 1890
Unconsecrated Private Grave
Reverend R A Morris



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Death Announcement
Death Announcement
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Death Announcement
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Article source:    Newbury Weely News
Date of source:    01 May 1890
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



The late Mr. C. Gee Taylor. – On Tuesday morning this eccentric old gentleman passed away, at the advanced age of 84, after an illness of about 10 days. He will be remembered as the proprietor of certain patent medicines, his interest in which he sold 25 years ago. Beneath a rough exterior there was a true sympathising heart, and his little acts of kindness, and numerous visits to the old and sick, and the infirm, told of his desire to be of some service in this day and generation. He was a teetotaller for fifty years, and a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Society for a longer period. He will be buried tomorrow (Friday) at the cemetery at three o’clock. 

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Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
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Old Gee Taylor is dead, and with him has departed one of the oldest inhabitants, and certainly one of the characters of the town.

The old man was well known for miles around, having during his life taken an active part in sick visiting and temperance agitation, quaint in his manner, out spoken in his opinions, he offended many ,but there was a kind heart beating behind all, and many poor sick homes have missed his visits during the time he has not been so active as formerly.

"He was a rum old chap, but well meant in his intentions," is the short mode in which C. Gee Taylor's biography has been put in a single sentence. But are not the chronicles of C. Gee Taylor already written in a book which he himself published? - a characteristic of the man.


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Charles Gee Taylor
Photograph of Charles Gee Taylor circa. 1870s.
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Charles Gee Taylor


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