John W. Washington, son of , was born March 17,1874 in Riley Co, Kansas. He married Margaret Taylor April 18, 1900. He died December 07, 1961 in St. Louis, St. Louis Co, Missouri. Margaret Taylor, daughter of Stephen B. Taylor and Lucinda O'Daniel , was born January 09, 1872 in Ogden, Riley Co, Kansas. She died April 23, 1933 in Manhattan, Riley Co, Kansas.


Children of John W. Washington and Margaret Taylor are:
1. Dorris T. Washington

Notes for John W. Washington:


THE MANHATTAN MERCURY 8 DEC 1961
OBITUARY
John W. Washington, 87, St. Louis, Mo., died last night in a St. Louis
hospital. He was born March 17, 1874, north of Manhattan and was a
resident of Manhattan before moving to West Plains, Mo., and later to St
. Louis, Mo.
He is survived by one son, Dorris T. Washington, Tulsa, Okla.; one
sister, Mrs. Cass Gray, Los Angeles, Calif., and nieces and nephews.
Time of funeral services will be announced later by the Burliew - Cowan
funeral home.


Notes for Margaret Taylor:


THE WESTMORELAND RECORDER 11 may 1933
OBITUARY
Maggie Taylor Washington, daughter of Stephen and Lucinda Taylor, was
born at Ogden, Kansas, January 9, 1872. At the age of nine years she
moved with her parents to their home near Westmoreland and later becoming
one of the successful school teachers.
She was married to John W. Washington, April 18, 1900. At an early age
she was united with the Baptist church at Westmoreland.
She died Sunday morning, April 23, 1933, at her home seven miles north of
Manhattan. She is survived by her husband and son, Doris, of the home.
Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Ina McLaughlin of Westmoreland and
Mrs. Samuel Ellis, of Manhattan, and one brother, Ira Taylor, of
Westmoreland; and a half-sister, Mrs. Minnie Siegle of Enid, Oklahoma.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
Southern funeral home. Rev. D. H. Fisher, pastor of the Presbyterian
church was in charge.
She was a kind and loving wife and mother, whose greatest happiness was
in her home and family. With her unselfish, sunny, and cheerful
disposition, she was always seeking to make others happy. She will be
sadly missed by all who knew her.
[from Merrie Pinick's database]


Notes for Dorris T. Washington:


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