Emma Theresa Taylor, 89, homemaker

February 07, 2003

Emma Theresa Taylor, 89, homemaker

Emma Theresa Taylor, a Baltimore homemaker, died of cancer Jan. 31 at the Millennium Nursing Home in Ellicott City. The Walbrook resident was 89.

Born Emma Theresa Johnson in Lusby, she attended Calvert County public schools.

She moved to Baltimore in 1932 and five years later married John Taylor, a stationary engineer for the Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. at Sparrows Point. He died in 1978.

She was a former member of St. Monica Roman Catholic Church, then located in South Baltimore, the old St. Joseph Church on West Lee Street and St. Peter Claver on Fremont Avenue. In 1960, she joined St. Cecilia Roman Catholic Church in the Walbrook neighborhood, where a Mass of Christian burial was offered yesterday.

Survivors include her four sons, Earl Briscoe, Anthony John Taylor, Noah Isaac Taylor and Charles R. Taylor, and a daughter, Mary Emma Taylor, all of Baltimore; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

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