Joe P. Taylor, Jr.

Joseph Philmore Taylor

Full Name: Joseph Philmore "Joe" Taylor, Jr.
Date of birth: December 17, 1922
Date of death: November 24, 2000

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Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 35 Jan 9, 1951 - Jan 13, 1953 52nd   Democrat Omaha / Morris   Morris, Titus

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House District 35
Jan 9, 1951 - Jan 13, 1953
Legislatures: 52nd  
Party: Democrat
Home City/County: Omaha / Morris
Counties in district: Morris, Titus

Biographical Information top

Biographical Sketches

  • Obituary and photo, Joe P. Taylor, Jr., 11/26/2000, p. 18A. "Prior to moving to Longview, Mr. Taylor served in the Texas House of Representatives for Morris and Titus counties from 1951 to 1952. He served as Morris County Judge from 1954 to 1958." Longview News-Journal.

Military Service Notes

  • United States Army, World War II. Military grave marker, Joseph P. Taylor, Jr., birth date 12/17/1922, death date 11/24/2000, burial in Omaha Cemetery, Omaha, Morris County. Find a Grave.
  • United States Army, Company C, 351st Infantry Division, World War II, received two Purple Hearts. Longview News-Journal.

Other Resources

  • J.P. Taylor, Jr. (Joseph Philmore Taylor), residence in Longview, Harrison County, 2000-2008. United States Public Records, 1970-2009. FamilySearch.
  • Son of Joseph Philmore Taylor, Obituary, "J.P. Taylor Rites Slated for Tuesday," 12/6/1960, p. 3-A. Survived by Judge Joe P. Taylor, Jr. Longview News-Journal.


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52nd R.S. - 1951
Banks and Banking  
Military and Veteran's Affairs  
School Districts (Vice Chair) 

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