Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) Jan. 13, 1930 pg 6
'• Taylor McNew," 65, who, had: been -suffering; from < ulcers of < ihe sotmach and bowels for -the:past t months, < died at the home • of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collingwood > inL Atlanta Saturday evening at • [ 7 -oiclock. for the past several I weVks, his condition ,had been ; critical and his suffering 1 had been great; it being -necessary to keep 1 him under the influence of-opi-i iates. Five operations : performed inSthe hope of correcting- his trouble proved futile: . •—Funeral services were conducted conducted at the Methodist church in Atlanta v this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. ~L. F. Uliner _,Jn charge und. - burial was . in the j East Union cemetery. Taylor: McNew was born in Tipton county neari Jackson, September September 30th; 1874; his. parents being James'and Catherine (Pickett) (Pickett) McNew, pioneers of this county. Thirty -r 'flye years ago he was united in marriage' to Miss Ida McNew whose death occurred several years ago. One daughter Lena resides in Atlanta. A son Guy McNew died several years ago." Two brothers Charles 'and i Ora McNew reside in Atlanta.] TWo sisters', the late Mrs. Clint j Woods and the late Mrs. nie McNew are deceased. For the past 30,-years or more Taylor McNew resided in or near Atlanta and was one of the well respected residents of that community, who •• leaves ' - many , Mln friends to mourn his passing.