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English Cemetery ~ Helen Ada Taylor ~ part of the Polk County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Taylor, Helen Ada
MAIDEN NAME: Dalton AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
BORN: 27 Nov 1882 DIED: 23 Jan 1959 BURIED:  ~ English Cemetery
BIRTH PLACE:  Airlie, Polk Co, Oregon
DEATH PLACE: Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon
Name of father William E. Dalton
Maiden name of mother Mary Irene Staats
1900 OR CENSUS - Ada H. Dalton (b Nov 1882, OR) enumerated with mother Mary Irene (b Aug 1864, OR, widowed, mother of 4 children, all living) and 3 siblings, Wilma E. (b Nov 1884, OR), Crosby B. (b Dec 1886, OR) and Walter L. (b Aug 1889, OR)
MARRIAGE - Asa B. Taylor & Ada Dalton md 15 Aug 1900, Polk Co, Oregon 
[husband Asa was son of Richard & Clara Taylor who are buried in Hilltop Cemetery]
1910 OR CENSUS - Mrs Ada Taylor (27y, b OR, divorced, mother of 1 child who was living, occupation saleslady in department store, lodger in hotel), enumerated next to Gladys Taylor (5y, b OR)
1920 OR CENSUS - Ada H. Taylor, age 37, divorced, occupation rooming house landlady, b. Oregon, is enumerated with her daughter, Irene, age 15, b. Oregon. Also enumerated are several boarders.
OSBH DC (Multnomah County 1959) #1037 - Helen Ada Taylor, female, housewife, widowed (Asa B.), b. 27 Nov 1882 in Airlie, Oregon, d. 23 Jan 1959 in Portland, Oregon ((6801 NW St. Helens Rd.) at the age of 76 years, name of father William E. Dalton, maiden name of mother Irene Staats, interment Old English Cemetery 27 Jan, undertaker St. Johns Funeral Home, informant Gladys Irene Taylor, daughter.
Taylor – January 23, Helen Ada, of 6801 NW St Helens Rd; beloved mother of Irene Taylor and Walter J. Taylor; sister of Wilma Orr. Friends invited to services Tuesday, 10:30 o’clock, at St Johns Funeral Home, 7525 N Richmond Ave. Vault interment Old English Cemetery, Monmouth, Ore. AV 6-0627
Oregonian, The (Portland, Oregon), 25 Jan 1959, 37:7

Funeral for Mrs. Helen Ada Taylor, who died Friday at her home at 6801 NW St Helens Rd, will be Tuesday at 10:30 am at the St. Johns Funeral Home, with burial at Old English Cemetery, Monmouth. 
Mrs. Taylor was born in Airlie, Ore., and resided in Portland 54 years and in the S.t Johns district 38 years. She was a member of the Christian Church, Winona Lodge of Rebekahs, No 209, Neighbors of Woodcraft, the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Women’s Democratic Auxiliary. 
Survivors are a daughter, Irene, Portland; a son, Walter, Manhattan Beach, Calif; a sister, Wilma Orr, Corvallis, and two grandchildren.
Oregonian, The (Portland, Oregon), 26 Jan 1959, 13:7-8
Helen Ada Taylor
Nov. 27, 1882
Jan. 23, 1959
Saucy/Tolle Survey & Photographs
Branigar Survey
OSBH DC (Multnomah County 1959) #1037
1900 OR CENSUS (Polk Co., Monmouth, ED 177, sheet 3B)
1910 OR CENSUS (Multnomah Co., Portland, ED 144, Sheet 5A)
1920 OR CENSUS (Multnomah Co., Portland, ED 8, Sheet 23A)
Oreg 25 Jan 1959, 37:7 
Oreg 26 Jan 1959, 13:7-8
ROW: 21-8  

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