James Taylor Hall, Comanche County, Kansas Hosted by RootsWeb, the oldest & largest FREE genealogical site. Click here to visit RootsWeb.
COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS: HISTORY & GENEALOGY
Bibliography     Biography     Cemeteries     Churches    Cities & Towns     Clubs     Contributors     Diamond Jubilee    Events     FAQ     Genealogy     Guest Book - Sign     Guest Book - View     History     Links     Maps     News Articles     Newspapers     Opry     Photos     Poetry     Queries     Records     Resources    Satellite Images     Schools     Search     Veterans     HOME


The Wilmore News, October 26, 1928.

LARGE ATTENDANCE AT FUNERAL OF TAYLOR HALL

Funeral services for Taylor Hall, prominent farmer and stockman of Belvedere, who died in Wesley hospital was held at the Baptist church in Wilmore, Friday of last week, and was attended by a large number of friends and relatives, there being fifty cars from Kiowa county. The church would not nearly accommodate those present.

The services were conducted by the Rev. Owens of Sun City, formerly of Belvedere, and who was a life long friend of Mr. Hall.

Mr. Hall, fifty four years old at the time of his death, has spent some forty years on the Robbins ranch, of which he was foreman. He is survived by his widow, two brothers, Hensley and Guy, and three sisters, Eva, Emma and Ollie. Only the brother Hensley was able to attend the funeral, the others living at too great a distance.

Card of Thanks

We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends for the many words of comfort and kind acts during the sickness and death of our loved one.

Mrs. Taylor Hall,
Mr. Hensley Hall and family,
Mrs. Christina Booth and family.


James Taylor Hall is buried in the Wilmore Cemetery.

Isabelle Barber (Booth) Hall, widow of James Taylor Hall.

Samuel & Christina (Baird) Booth, parents of Isabelle B. (Booth) Hall Wright, who was the wife of James Taylor Hall.

John H. Wright, second husband of Isabelle (Booth) Hall.

Edward C. Robbins, owner of the Robbins Ranch.


Thanks to Shirley Brier for finding, transcribing and contributing the above news article to this web site!

This RootsWeb website is being created by Jerry Ferrin with the able assistance of many Contributors. Your comments, suggestions and contributions of historical information and photographs to this site are welcome. Please sign the Guest Book. This page was last updated 16 February 2006.