Descendants of Augustus Edward Bayol Sr.


Frances Margaretta Palmer

William David Holloway

Hiram Doye Taylor


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Descendants of Augustus Edward Bayol Sr.

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6. Frances Helen Holloway (Annie Ward Bayol , Augustus Edward , Augustus Edward ) was born on 2 Jun 1919 in Greensburo, Al. Frances joined religion LDS in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Helen died 9 Jan. 2009. She is buried at Old Center Church in Northport, Tuscaloosa, county, Alabama.

Helen Holloway School Documents:

Certificate of Elementary School Completion for Helen Holloway. 1933

Junior High School Diploma for or Helen Holloway. 1936.

High School Diploma for or Helen Holloway. 1939

 Holloway Family: Holloway Pictures:

Helen Holloway, (about age 3,) her mother, Annie Ward Bayol Holloway, Helen's grandmother, (Big mama,) and Helen's brother Dave Holloway. Picture was made in about 1921. Click here for Picture.

Helen Holloway's baptism. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints does not allow photos of ordinances but this was before the prohibition. Helen was baptized Sept. 2, 1941, in the Black Warrior River near Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Photos of Helen Holloway and her first husband Hiram Doye Taylor Sr in 1946. They were married in August of 1946. She said this picture was right after their wedding. They were actually married twice. This was their first wedding.

Helen Holloway Taylor Dyer in her front yard. Probably in the 90s.

Helen Holloway in front of a Utah Temple, Ogden I think. Photo was taken in about 1977.

More old photos of Helen and family.

Helen Holloway Videos: (On Facebook, you must be logged on to view.)

Helen Taylor Dyer talking about the early days in Tuscaloosa Alabama

Pedigree Chart for Frances Helen Holloway Taylor Dyer:

Click Here - Helen Holloway Pedigree

Frances married (1) Hiram Doye Taylor "Doye" son of Dempsey Day Taylor and Mary Jane Hancock. The marriage ended in divorce. Hiram was born on 30 Jan 1921 in Cecil Georgia. He died from a heart attack on the 29th of October, 1975 at home with son John Taylor, Adel, Cook Co. Georgia. He was buried on 2 Nov 1975 in Fellowship Church, Cecil, Cook Co. Georgia.

Doye, as he was called, raised John Ray Taylor although he never officially adopted him. His wife Frances Helen Taylor did adopt John. John's biological father was John R. Taylor the brother of Doye.

Doye served in WWII and was wounded in France. He spent over four years in the hospital and lost his right hand.

Hiram and Frances had the following children:

+ 9 M i Morris Wayne Taylor was born in 1947.
+ 10 M ii John Ray Taylor was born on 15 Dec 1958.

Frances married (2) Jack Dyer.

  • Jack and Helen Dyer, 2006
  • Jack and Helen Dyer, 2006

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