Col. Frank J. Taylor

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 21, 1887, page 3
Transcribed by:  

Col. Frank J. Taylor Dead.
He Dies in Cincinnati at Three O’clock This Morning.

Probably no announcement will cause more surprise than the one made in the above headlines. The following telegram was received at 11:30, just before closing our “forms” for the press:

Cincinnati, July 21, 1887

Courant-American: Col. Frank J. Taylor died this 3 a. m. at Palace Hotel. –M. J. Maxwell.

There were no particulars.

The deceased had many friends in this community, he having for a few months been connected with the Courant before its consolidation with the American. He has been for the past several months private secretary to Rev. Sam Jones.  He has been spending the past few weeks with a sister in Virginia.

He was a talented young man and made a friend of every one he met.  He has been connected with some of the best journals of the country, and the announcement of his death will be read with regret.  We will endeavor to give full particulars next week.


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