Wright A Taylor d 21 Jun 1937

Wright A Taylor was born in June of 1852 in Hatley, Quebec, son of Horace Taylor and Elsie B Fowler.  The 1861 census lists the family in Hatley.  Horace was a farmer, and they lived in a 1 ½ story single-family frame home.  Religion was recorded as “Independent”.  The family was still in Hatley in 1871, but this time reported their religion as Church of Christ.  The family moved to the US in 1873. 

Wright married Fanny Elizabeth Hall on 25 February in Hanover NH.  She was the daughter of William Hall and Almeda Waterhouse.  Wright was a farmer.   

In 1880, Wright and Fanny were living with her parents in Hanover.  He was a farm laborer.  In 1900, Wright and Fanny were living in Hanover, no address listed.  He was a merchant.  The census record indicates that Wright and Fannie had no children.  

In 1910, Wright and Fanny lived at 63 Marginal Street in Marshfield, MA.  Wright was a salesman in a general store.  William and Almeda lived with them.    William and Almeda died, and Wright and Fanny moved back to Lebanon.  They lived at 94 Hanover Street, and he was a napper at a woolen mill.  Fannie died in 1920 of heart disease.  

By 1922, Wright moved to 152 Hanover Street.  He was listed there in the 1930 census.  His home was valued at $3000, and Wright was a travelling salesman.  Wright died 21 June 1937 in Hanover.  He and other family members are buried at the cemetery in Etna, and are on Find-A-Grave. 



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