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Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Wednesday's Child - Eileen Mae Taylor

Taphophilia is a passion for and enjoyment of cemeteries.
Angel monument to Eileen Mae Taylor, All Saints Cemetery, Maidenhead, Berkshire.
"In loving memory of our darling Eileen Mae Taylor died August 9th 1935 aged 5 years. Until we meet again."
"And of her father Thomas J. Taylor who died December 26th 1975 aged 71 years."
"Andf of her mother Winifred G. Taylor who died June 8th 1995 aged 85 years."
Eileen Mae Taylor was born in Maidenhead in 1930 to Thomas James Taylor and his wife Winifred Emmons.  Eileen Mae is the great grand-daughter of James Meeks, landlord of the Greyhound Inn, King Street, Maidenhead.
Thomas James Taylor was born in 1904 in Maidenhead, berkshire to Charles George Taylor, a sugar buyer for a jam factory and his wife Annie Meeks, James Meeks daughter from his second marriage to Eliza Esther Favell.
Thomas (Arthur) James Taylor can be found on the 1911 Census aged 6 years, living at 40 Uxbridge Road, Hanwell, Middlesex with his parents Charles and Annie as well as his siblings, Gladys Victoria, Edith Ada, Hilda Annie, William Charles and Henry Alfred.
In 1928 Thomas married Winifred Gladys Emmons in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
Winifred Gladys Emmons was born in 1909 in Maidenhead, Berkshire to Joseph Emmons, a general labourer and his wife Edith Ellen Mooring.
Winifred Gladys can be found on the 1911 Census aged 1 year, living at 18 Denmark Street, Maidenhead Berkshire with her parents Joseph and Edith as well as her siblings, Albert, Francis, Lilian and Edith.
Little Eileen Mae and her parents are now together for all time.

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  1. All Saints Cemetery must be a lovely place. The statuary and tombstones you have featured are just beautiful! Thanks for posting these photos and including the stories of the lives behind them.

    1. Thank you for reading and taking the time to comment on my blog. All Saints does have soime very beautiful monuments. Sadly it has been victim to a lot of vadilisim lately.

  2. Very sweet. Thanks for sharing on Taphophile Tragics! :)


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