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Susie King Taylor

 

 

Susie King Taylor

1848 - 1912

Susie King Taylor  - Civil War teacher, nurse, and laundress; thereafter, a teacher and domestic worker

Born August 5, 1848, Grest Plantation, Isle of Wight, GA; first of nine children of Hagar Ann Reed and Raymond Baker; married Edward King, 1862 (died, 1866); married Russell Taylor, 1879. Died October 6, 1912, in Boston. Buried in unmarked grave, Mount Hope Cemetery, Roslindale, MA.

Susie King Taylor lived in Savannah and gained her freedom from slavery at the age 14. She contributed to Civil War efforts by serving as a nurse to the black solidiers and by teaching them to read and write.

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