Obituaries

Annie Mae Taylor

July 18,1928 - December 10,2018

Obituary for Annie Mae Taylor

Annie Mae Carolyn Hicks Taylor departed this life on Monday, December 10, 2018 at Mary Washington Hospital, Fredericksburg, Virginia.

She was the youngest daughter of Benjamin and Ida Hicks. Annie Mae was born July 18, 1928 in Kenbridge, Virginia. She was a graduate of the Lunenburg County Public Schools and was a licensed beautician.

She was baptized at an early at the New Grove Baptist Church in Kenbridge, Virginia. She later moved to Washington, DC, and in the mid-1950s she relocated to Stafford County, Virginia. Annie Mae was introduced to and later married Ralph G. Taylor by the late Reverend R.L Smith of Mt. Hope Baptist Church.

Sister Taylor was very active at Mt. Hope, and supported numerous auxiliaries at various churches, and both county and state organizations, including the NAACP, Sickle Cell, and Virginia’s Voter Registration. She remained dedicated to service until her health began to decline.

She was preceded in death by her husband Ralph G. Taylor and son Gregory Hicks.

Sister Taylor leaves to cherish her precious memories two sons: Artie S. Taylor (Mona), Stacy E. Taylor; three grandchildren, Tiffany Hicks, Monet Taylor, Gary Taylor; and one greatgrandchild, Aniah Marie Taylor; one brother-in-law, Matthew A. Taylor; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and devoted friends.

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To Stacey & family, We would like to express our deepest sympathy for the loss of your beautiful mom. We hope that your wonderful memories of her will bring you comfort and peace during this difficult. We are thinking of and praying for you. With sympathy Bonita & Sherman Stewart
- Bonita & Sherman Stewart
Otelia Ford lit a candle for Annie Mae Taylor
- Otelia Ford
TO THE FAMILY OF ANNIE MAE TAYLOR,
I am so sorry to hear of Annie death. We had a lot of memories on the Usher board serving the Lord. Your love one was a joy to know and a shining example of Christ\\"s love. My deepest sympathy for your great loss.
Your in Christ, Otelia Ford
- otelia ford
To the Taylor Family,

During this bereavement I wish to express my deepest sympathy, prayers and extend condolences to each of you. I meet Mrs Taylor many years ago during my frequent visits to Mt Hope Baptist Church. As an usher she greeted everyone with kindness and a friendly smile, that brought forth a spirit of warmth and welcome.

May each of you find comfort in knowing that your mother lead by example, and her life was shining light for others to follow.

Deepest sympathy and prayers,

Dea. Jose A. Brown
- Jose A. Brown
To the Taylor Family,

During this bereavement I wish to express my deepest sympathy, prayers and extend condolences to each of you. I met Mrs Taylor many years ago during my frequent visits to Mt Hope Baptist Church. As an usher she greeted everyone with kindness and a friendly smile, that brought forth a spirit of warmth and welcome.

May each of you find comfort in knowing that your mother lead by example, and her life was shining light and an example for others to follow.

Deepest sympathy and prayers,

Dea. Jose A. Brown
- Jose A. Brown
God bless Sister Annie Mae Taylor. She was a vacation bible school teacher to me for many years at Mt. Hope. I thank her for her teachings. May God bless you all and give you the comfort and strength you need today and the days ahead.
- Gregory & Charlene Greenhow
Vanessa Spencer lit a candle for Annie Mae Taylor
- Vanessa Spencer
Extending my deepest Sympathy and heartfelt Condolences to the Taylor Family
...and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes
Revelatios7:17
- Sylenna Byrd
Extending my deepest sympathy to the Taylor Family.
- Jacqueline Hutchinson
Temple & Anne Jackson lit a candle for Annie Mae Taylor
- Temple & Anne Jackson
To Artie and Family,
Our deepest sympathy for your loss.
- Eleanor A. Jackson
Roxana Parker lit a candle for Annie Mae Taylor
- Roxana Parker
To the Taylor Family,
You have our deepest sympathy and prayers. We enjoyed many spiritual services and occasions with Mrs. Taylor at our church and other churches.
From Richard and Roxana Parker, Mount Olive Baptist Church, Stafford, Virginia
- Roxana Parker
Camella Preston lit a candle for Annie Mae Taylor
- Camella Preston
Praying for the family at this difficult time.
- Aston and Janice Haughton
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May the God of heaven who comforts us in all our trials be with the family at this time (2 Corinthians 1:3-4).
- Mildred Anderson
Mrs. Annie Mae Taylor was a friendly, charming person, with a sweet smile, a hearty laugh, and a genuine love for God and people. She will be soulfully missed. Our
prayers and sincere condolences go out to Artie and the rest of the Taylor family.
Frank and Dorothy White
- Frank M. White
Ms. Annie Mae will be truly missed. She and Mr. Ralph were great neighbors for twenty-eight years. I am so sad that she is gone; however, I believe she is smiling with Jesus. Iris Shorts
- iris
Ms. Annie was a strong force in the Stafford County NAACP, welcoming me as a young newcomer to the county. She made me feel welcomed and taught me the ropes of the climate as well as schooled me on the history. She continued to call and check on me from time to time when I moved to Spotsylvania. always encouraging me to continue in service. Her beaming smile and that constant twinkle in her eye will be missed, but I know she\\'s smiling on us in the arms of Jesus.
- Tanya Singleton
Tanya Singleton lit a candle for Annie Mae Taylor
- Tanya Singleton
Bonita & Sherman Stewart lit a candle for Annie Mae Taylor
- Bonita & Sherman Stewart

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