Sam Allen Taylor
The Fayette Falcon
Allen Taylor Dies After Heart Attack At Home Sunday
Samuel Allen Taylor, member of a widely-known Fayette County family, died suddenly at his home at Taylors Chapel following a heart attack Sunday morning. He was 56.
Born and reared in the Taylors Chapel community, Mr. Taylor was the son of the late Howell Taylor and Mamie Wilkinson Taylor, members of two pioneer Fayette County families.
Mr. Taylor operated farming interests and a sawmill. He also was a partner with Miss Mary Sue Taylor in Taylor and Company, a small mercantile firm that is one of the oldest businesses in this section.
He was a veteran of World War I, and was a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He also was a member of the Methodist Church and the Somerville Masonic Lodge.
Mr. Taylor was an active worker in the Joyners Campground Association.
He leaves a sister, Mrs. S. A. Wetzler of Somerville, and a brother, Charles K. Taylor of Nashville, an aunt, Miss Frances Taylor, and his step-mother, Mrs. Dora I. Taylor.
Services were held at the Taylors Chapel Methodist Church at 2:30 Monday afternoon with the Rev. Pittman Marbury officiating. Burial was in Taylors Chapel Cemetery with Crawford Funeral Home in charge.
Reprinted from the Fayette
Obituary prepared for the site by Mary Kay Dancy Smith.
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