Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville News
James F. Taggart, 71, Waldron, died this morning.
Shelbyville, Indiana, April 21, 1999
Born Dec. 1, 1927, in Shelby Co, s/o Franklin and Thena (Stevens) Taggart.
Married Mary C. (Poole) Taggart on June 8, 1998, and she survives.
Previously married to Betty (Bassett) Taggart on Aug. 26, 1947; she preceded him in death on Sept. 14, 1994.
Retired in 1993 from Knauf Fiber Glass GmbH; furnace tender.
U.S. Navy veteran of World War II.
Member of Waldron Baptist Church, Moose Lodge No. 2118 and a leader in the Boy Scouts of America.
Survivors also include four sons, James Taggart Jr., Vevay, Andrew L. Taggart, St. Paul, and Timothy Taggart and Michael Taggart, both of Shelbyville; seven daughters, Betty Shook, Milroy, Bonnie J. Sipes and Elizabeth D. Redd, both of Shelbyville, Jennie Daugherty, North Vernon, Sherri L. Prine, Waldron, Tina M. Foster, Winfield, Tenn., and Kristy L. Ristuccia, Clarksville, Tenn.; three stepsons, William La Fever, George La Fever and Paul La Fever, all of Arizona; a stepdaughter, Rhonda F. Lee, New Mexico; four sisters, Kate Lozser, North Vernon, and Virginia Jackson, Norma Stanley and Deloris McClain, all of Shelbyville; a brother, Robert Taggart, Greenwood; 33 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; and one step-great-grandchild.
Glenn E. George Funeral Home, St. Paul, with the Rev. L. J. Poe officiating.
Burial: Bennett Cemetery in Shelby County.
Contributions: Shelby County Cancer Society.
Submitted by Kathy Kelley
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville News
Frank L. Taggart 76, 243 Walker St., died early sunday evening at the Waldron Health Care Home, where he had been a patient since Jan. 18. He had been seriously ill for one year. He was born in Shelby County May 21, 1903, a son of Mayberry and Elizabeth (Ransdall) Taggart, and married Thena Ora Stevens Feb. 21, 1924, in Indianapolis. She preceded in death May 31, 1971.
Monday, April 21, 1980
Mr. Taggart was a member of the Eagles Lodge and retired from the Shelbyville Desk Co. in 1968.
Surviving are two sons, Robert Taggart of Indianapolis, and James Taggart of Waldron; four daughters, Mrs. Norma Stanley and Mrs. Wayne (Virginia) Jackson, both of Shelbyville, Mrs. James (Katherine) Losler of Greensburg, and Mrs. Albert (Delores) McClain of Fairland; 25 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Murphy Mortuary with the Rev. Keith Noel officiating. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary after 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville News
Mrs. Thena O. Taggart, 67, 243 Walker St., died at 7 a.m. Monday in Major Hospital where she had been admitted at 1:30 a.m. after an apparent heart attack. Services will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Murphy Mortuary with the Rev. H. H. Clements officiating. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary after 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Tuesday, 1 Jun 1971
Mrs. Taggart Dies in Hospital
Born in Rush County Aug. 26, 1903,** Mrs. Taggart was the daughter of James and Susan (Hewitt) Stephens.* She was married in Indianapolis Feb. 9, 1924 to Frank Taggart. Mrs.Taggart resided most of her life in this community and was a former employe of the G. C. Murphy Co., here. She was a member of the Vine Street United Methodist Church, the Women's Relief Corps and the Jolly 22 Club.
Surviving with the husband are four daughters, Mrs. Howard (Norma) Stanley of R. R. 5, Mrs. James (Katherine) Lozier of Jeffersonville, Mrs. Wayne (Virginia) Jackson of R.R. 1, St. Paul, and Mrs. Albert (Delores) McClain of R.R. 1, Fairland; two sons, James F. Taggart of St. Paul and Robert H. Taggart of Greenwood; 24 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren; and a brother, William Stephens,* Shelbyville.
*This name is spelled STEVENS in the 1910 and 1920 census, on the INDIANA MARRIAGES, 1811-2007, and on the summary listed at findagrave.com.
**The year 1902 is inscribed on her tombstone and is on the Social Security Death Index.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming and Betty Kitchen
The Shelbyville Republican
Mr. Mayberry Taggart died at Indianapolis early this morning and Charles Hawkins, of Hageman & Hawkins, accompanied his son from this city [Shelbyville] to Indianapolis to prepare the body for burial. Remains will be taken to his old home in Brown county for burial by the above named funeral directors.
Tuesday March 7, 1911
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