TAFT George W.
d.23 February 1900 at Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.; interment at Riverhead; son of William
H. Taft of Riverhead; formerly with the Riverhead News and the Northport Record
and later with “several large Manhattan printing houses”; employed by the Irving
Press, Dobbs Ferry, at the time of his death
TAGG Charles F.
20 yrs 10 mos
d. 11 April 1896 at New York City; interment at Huntington; resident of New
York City, who was “well-known” in Cold Spring
TAGG William Henry
d. 22 August 1893 at New York City; funeral at Brooklyn; interment at
Huntington; brother-in-law of Edward Holmes
d. 19 July 1891 at Huntington
d. 13 November 1895; “after a long and painful illness”; interment at Amityville;
mother of Thomas J. Talbot
d. 8 April 1891 at East New York; found dead in bed; funeral at Northport
TALIAFERRO Dr. Fountain Newton
d. 15 January 1895 at Aiken, South Carolina, where he had gone for “a few
month’s rest among the southern pines”; funeral 20 January 1895 at Hicksville;
German language funeral by Rev. Matschat of the Lutheran Church and English
language funeral by Rev. Scofield of Woodbury M. E. Church; “one of the largest
funerals ever held in [Hicksville]”; husband of Johanna Augustin (m. ca. 1889);
son-in-law of Julius Augustin; father of one son; native of Shelbina, Saline County,
Missouri; raised in Virginia; graduate of the University of Virginia and the medical
college at the University of City of New York (grad.1888); he located at
Hicksville, where he built a large medical practice; long obit in 19 January 1895
paper; memorial notice from Hicksville Primrose Lodge I. O. O. F. in 23 February
funeral 1 March 1896 at Glen Cove; interment at Cold Spring Harbor; wife of Dr.
Thomas G. Talmadge; “leaves six children”
TALMAGE Col. David Miller
d. 7 September 1900 at Whitestone; son of Thomas G. Talmage, former mayor of
New York City; father of the pharmacist in Oyster Bay
TALMAGE Mary Jane
61 y 8 m 15 d
d. 5 April 1896 at Huntington; pneumonia; daughter of Rev. Dr. Robert and
Adelaide T. Davidson; father was president of Transylvania College, Lexington,
Kentucky, and pastor of Mc Cord Church, Lexington; granddaughter of Rev. Dr.
Robert Davidson, president of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania; sister of
Dr. H. Davidson of Northport, E. D. Davidson of Huntington and the late Mrs.
Charles Kellogg, who d. of fever while in Italy in 1870; widow of Thomas A.
Talmage, who she m. 24 October 1860 at New York City; he developed