George H. Taylor

With deep sorrow we announce the death of
George H. Taylor, a former Commander of
Alexander Hamilton Post No. 182 and
Commander of the New York Department,
Grand Army of the Repubic, in the year

Mr. Taylor left his home at Westport, Conn.
when he was sixteen to enlist in the 106th Illinois.

The passing away of Past Commander Taylor
was the result of an accident February 8th, when
he suffered a fracture of the hip, as he slipped
on the sidwalk on leaving his office in room 5,
City Hall, New York, which he occupied as
Secretary and Treasurer of the Memorial
Committee of the County GAR Association.

After he was removed to the hospital,
pneumonia developed to which he succumbed
at a late hour February 20, 1934.

1934 NY Dept. Journal, Woman’s Relief Corps, Aux. to the GAR