Sub-series 05 - David E. Taylor

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David E. Taylor

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CA ETRC P244-002-05

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  • 1889-1929 (Creation)

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0.015 l.m. of textual records.

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(1861-1932)

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David Emery Taylor was born in 1861 from the union of Jabez Taylor of Yorkshire and Mary Alice Wentworth of Kingsey. He married Sarah Elizabeth Rudd the 6 of March 1888. They had three children, Mary Alice Taylor (b. 1894), Percival Emery Taylor (born the 20 of October 1897, died in 1984) and Leslie William Taylor (1902-1982). David Taylor died the 5 of January 1932.
In the years 1910, he was auditor for the township of Cleveland and auditor of the Books and Accounts of the Cleveland School Board. He was also elected member of the Finance Committee of the Branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund for the combined municipalities of the Town of Richmond, village of Melbourne, Townships of Melbourne and Cleveland. In 1919 he was school manager for the District 5, township of Cleveland. David Taylor was the owner of a market garden and was selling produces, seeds and equipment. When he died his wife Sarah Elizabeth Taylor was left with the farm, but there was a feud between Sarah and her daughter Alice who was taking care of the farm while her mother was sick.

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The subseries contains information on the personal and professional life of David E. Taylor; owner of a market in Richmond; from 1889 to 1929. It consists primarily of correspondence and receipts.

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  • English

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The documents are in English.

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