Lillian was born on September 26, 1888 in South Carolina to William Melville Burns and Lilla Adeledge Gibson Burns.
On March 10, 1920, Mrs. W. D. Grigsby was mentioned in the newspaper article BLANEY.
On October 25, 1939, Mrs. W. D. Gridsby was listed in the newspaper article “Mrs. W. H. Harris Named Camden Red Cross Chairman.“
On September 23, 1951, Mrs. W. D. Grigsby was listed in the newspaper article “Grigsby-Taylor.”
On November 7, 1951, Mrs. Taylor was listed in the newspaper article “Change of Address.“
Mrs. Lillian Maud Taylor, 70, of 3109 Columbia Avenue died early Thursday morning in the Baptist Hospital.
Mrs. Lillian Maud Taylor, 70, of 3109 Columbia Avenue died early Thursday, October 30, 1958 morning in the Baptist Hospital.
She was born in Charleston, the daughter of the late William Mellville Burns and Lila Adelaide Burns.
Mrs. Taylor was a member a member of Main Street Methodist Church.
Surviving are her husband, Mark C. Taylor, and a sister, Mrs. C. F. Wilkes of Columbia.
Funeral services will be conducted at 4 o’clock today from Paschal Funeral Home by the Rev. Richard Blocker and the Rev. Herbert Spell. Burial in Elmwood Cemetery.
Active pallbearers will be Bryan Grigsby, Glenn Grigsby, M. C. Jeffers, Dewey M. Brazell, U. M. Toms, Olin Cook and D. E. Campbell.