Alice B. Taylor (born Seeley)

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Gender: Female

Date of Death: April 11, 1967

Birth Place: Fitchburg, MA

Death Place: Greenfield, MA

Alice B. Taylor

MRS. HAROLD A. TAYLOR

ORANGE – Mrs. Alice B. (Seeley) Taylor, 57, of 4 North St., Erving died Saturday night in Franklin County Hospital, Greenfield. She was the wife of Harold A. Taylor, Sr. Born in Fitchburg, daughter of James and Mary T. (Ryan) Seeley, she moved from Fitchburg to Erving 35 years ago. She was a member of St. Blanche Mission, Erving, and the St. Blanche Catholic Women’s Club. Besides her husband, she leaves: two daughters, Mrs. Nancy Mayhew of Orange and Mrs. Jacqueline Burbank of Athol: three sons, Harold A., Sr., of Westerly, R.I., Robert R. of Erving and John F. of Enfield, Conn.; two brothers, Edward Seeley of Nashua, N.H., and Walter Seeley of Leominster; two sisters, Mrs. Agnes Casey of Fitchburg and Mrs. Esther Carboni, and eight grandchildren. A high mass of requiem will be Wednesday at 9 in St. Blanche Mission. Burial will be in Gethsemane Cemetery, Athol. Calling hours will be at Witty funeral home, Orange, today from 7 to 9 and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.

Published in the Springfield Union (Springfield, Massachusetts), Monday, April 13, 1964


MRS. TAYLOR’S FUNERAL

ERVING – The funeral of Mrs. Alice B. (Seeley) Taylor, 57, of 4 North St., who died Saturday, at Franklin County Public Hospital in Greenfield, was Wednesday at the St. Blanche Mission with Rev. Earl Smith officiating. Burial was in Gethsemane Cemetery, Athol. Bearers were Peter Svetaka, Charles Richards, Edward Kruzlic, St., Edward Kruzlic, Jr., Joseph Kulis, all of Erving, and Detroit Hood of Rindge, N.H. She was the wife of Harold A. Taylor. Witty funeral home in Orange was in charge.

Published in the Springfield Union (Springfield, Massachusetts), Tuesday, April 16, 1964