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Mr. L. Hicks Taylor

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The Seattle Times
Monday, July 9, 1956
Page 32, Column 1

Funeral Rites Arranged For L. Hicks Taylor

Funeral services for L. Hicks Taylor, 65, owner of an accounting company, will be held at 11 o’clock tomorrow in the Johnson & Hamilton Chapel. Cremation will follow.

Mr. Taylor died Saturday in a hospital after a short illness. He was born here, the son of the late Captain John Taylor, a Civil War veteran and former member of the City Council.

Mr. Taylor attended Broadway High School and studied accountancy by correspondence. He had been in business many years.

As a young man Mr. Taylor was a church soloist. He was a member of Eureka Lodge No. 20, F. & A.M.; Royal Arch Masons; Scottish Rite bodies; Nile Temple of the Shrine and the Washington Athletic Club. He lived at 102 Broadway North.

Surviving are a brother, J.L. Taylor, and a sister, Anna Taylor, both of Seattle.

The Seattle Times
Monday, July 9, 1956
Page 32, Column 2

Deaths, Funerals

Taylor, L. Hicks, 102 Broadway North, July 7. Beloved brother of Miss Anna and J.L. Taylor. Son of the late Captain John Taylor. Member Eureka Lodge No. 20, F. and A.M. and R.A.M., Seattle Commandery No. 2, K.T. Nile Temple of Shrine and Washington Athletic Club. Services Tuesday, 11AM, Johnson and Hamilton Colonial Chapel.


Generously contributed by: Sheila Simpson