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Kaylors in Morris Cemetery Bloomer, Arkansas
Posted by: Ronald Lairamore (ID *****2680) Date: July 25, 2002 at 11:22:42
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I just got back from Arkansas and have a few questions/comments on the Kaylors buried in the Morris Cemetery in Bloomer Arkansas. I was able to find the markers for several Kaylors and would like to connect them to the Kaylor family.
       I found J.W. (John W.) Kayler, 3/30/1849-12/15/1900. He has a single marker with the inscription "Age 51 years, 7 months, 15 days" also "Husband of Eliza Galloway". Eliza's last name was also spelled Kayler. Eliza's marker was inscribed "Wife of J.W.". She also has a single stone 5/1/1845-3/21/1922. He was a brother to Jasper Kaylor. Looking for a connection to the McCracken family buried near her.
       Walter W. & Allie M. Kaylor share a double stone. His dates are 3/11/1876-10/14/1973, and has the inscription "Husband of Allie M." Allie's dates are 4/20/1882-7/4/1970, and has the inscription "Wife of Walter W." Walters father was James Madison Kaylor and Martha A. Rose. James Madison was another brother of Jasper Kaylor. I had Walter recorded as William Walter in my files, but on his marker it has Walter W. Anyone know if his first name was William or
Walter?
       Thomas C. & Belle L. Kaylor also share a double stone. His dates are 1/6/1885-12/3/1943, with the inscription "Husband of Belle L.". Her dates are
12/8/1889-4/3/1967, with the inscription "Wife of Thomas C.". Thomas C. is another son on James Madison Kaylor & his second wife, Nancy Isabelle Crouch. The cemetery has a lot of
Crouch markers. I know how Thomas & Nancy fit in the family also. Does anyone know who Nancy's parents/siblings were?
       I found a maker for N. Isabel Kaylor, 1863-1900. This is James Madison Kaylor's 2nd wife. She is mentioned in previous paragraph.
       I found a marker for Edward Kaylor(10/12/1907 -6/7/1944), bur don't know how he fits into the Kaylor Family. Do anyone have any ideas?
       I also visited the Parks Cemetery in Charleston. There are some Kaylors buried there, but haven't had time to go over those pictures yet. Will get back with questions/comments on the Kaylors buried there.
       Would appreciate any comments you may have on these family members.
Have lost the address for Jim Kaylor that is in the Sheriffs Department in Los Angles. Do
anyone have his address?
       Looking for the census for Kaylors 1900-1930 in Sebastian/Franklin County Arkansas?

Thanks for any help you may be able to give.

Ron Lairamore       


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