Lindsey Lee Taylor
was born on 28 December 1877 at Mitchell Co., North Carolina
. He married Mittie Eudora Franklin
, daughter of James Wesley Franklin
and Elmira Easter Pyatte
, on 25 September 1898 at Mitchell Co., North Carolina
. Lindsey Lee Taylor died on 9 April 1960 at Johnson City, Washington Co., Tennessee
, at age 82. He was New Tag Obituary from the Johnson City Press-Chronicle, about April 12, 1960
TAYLOR, LINDSEY LEE - Funeral services for Lindsey Lee Taylor, age 82, of Route 1, city, who died at the residence of a son, Clarence W. Taylor, Saturday 11:10 p.m., will be held Tuesday 10:30 a.m. from the Cherokee Methodist Church. Rev. John Y. Bacon, and Rev. Guy Foster to officiate. Interment in the Taylor family cemetery. Pallbearers wil be the following grandsons, Wallace, Wilson, and Everett Taylor and Donald Durham, Ulyess Ragan, J. W. Shew, 2nd, Joe Ebarb, Bud Henley. Flower bearers wil be granddaughters and friends. The body will be returned to the residence of a son, Clarence W. Taylor, Route 1, Monday 2:00 p.m. and will remain there until 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, at which time it will be removed to the church to lie in state. Appalachian Funeral Home in charge.
Another obit, newspaper clipping, name unknown (possibly the Johnson City Press-Chronicle on another date)
LINDSEY LEE TAYLOR
Lindsey Lee Taylor, 82, Rt. 1, died at the home of a son, Clarence W. Taylor, at 11:10 p.m. Saturday. Taylor was a native of Mitchell County, N. C., but had resided here for the past 35 years. He was the son of the late M. D. and Tompsie Wiseman Taylor. A member of the Buck Hill Presbyterian Church in North Carolina, Taylor was a retired carpenter and farmer. Survivors include four sons: E. S. Taylor, C. W. Taylor, H. F. Taylor, and Roy L. Taylor al of Johnson City; four daughters, Mrs. Allie Jackson of Brandford, Conn., Mrs. Edna Richardson, Mrs. Marie Harvey and Mrs. Marion Shew, all of Johnson City; one brother, A. S. Taylor of Pyatte, N. C; three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Faile, Rock Hill, S. C., Cozie Taylor of Pyatte, N. C., and Elma Taylor of Morganton, N. C; 29 grandchildren, 13 great-grand-children and several nieces and nephews. Appalachian Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
In April 1960 at Johnson City, Washington Co., Tennessee
. He was buried in April 1960 at Taylor Cemetery, Johnson City, Washington Co., Tennessee