Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Curtis Taylor and Vera Jane Cropper

The Bi-State Weekly June 2, 1944 edition


Miss Vera Jane Cropper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey L. Cropper, of this city, and Pvt. Curtis Taylor, of Jamestown, R.I. , son of Mr.s and Mrs. Samuel Taylor, of Wilmington, Del., were married Saturday, May 20, 1944.  The Rev. Dr. J. N. Stewart performed the ceremony in the Allen memorial Baptist Church, Salisbury.

 The Bride wore a suit of blue flannel and a corsage of red and white rosebuds.  Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Frances E. cropper.  Lt. (jg) Charles Lancaster, who had been stationed at the Chincoteague Naval Air station was best man.

 Following an informal reception at the home of the brides parents, the couple left for a wedding trip to Wilmington and Jamestown, R.I.

 Mrs. Taylor, a graduate of the Delmar Maryland High school, will continue her work at the duPont plant in Seaford for the duration.  Prior to his induction in the Army, Pvt. Taylor was employed in Wilmington.

The Bi-State weekly Sept 8, 1944 edition

 Mrs. Curtis Taylor has gone to Jamestown, R.I. for an indefinite stay with her husband who is stationed there.

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