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Lucy Stringham Taylor, 90, died April 9, 1992, at the South Davis Community Hospital in Bountiful of natural causes.

She was the wife of Dr. George Evans Taylor who preceded her in death in 1975.Lucy was born in West Bountiful on December 7, 1901. In addition to West Bountiful, she had lived in Los Angeles, California, California, Kaysville, and Bountiful.

Lucy Taylor was the granddaughter of Briant Stringham and Susan Ann Ashby Stringham who were members of Brigham Young's pioneer party which settled in the Salt Lake Valley in 1947. She was the third of nine children born to Sabina Smith Stringham and dr. Briant Stringham, Jr., the first physician and surgeon to practice medicine in Davis County.

Lucy attended Bountiful schools and graduated from Davis High School in Kaysville. She also graduated from Salt Lake Business College and attended classes at the University of Utah. She served as a secretary and law clerk for the law firms of Critchlow, Critchlow and Marr; and VanCott, Farnsworth, Howell and Bagley.

In 1970 she retired from the United States Attorney's office in Salt Lake City, where she had served for 19 years.

Lucy was a charter member of the Fine Arts Guild which was organized by a group of Bountiful women in 1937. She was highly interested in history and wrote numerous articles about Bountiful and centerville, in addition to serving as historian of the Fine Arts Guild for many years.

Lucy Taylor is survived by a brother, James Rodney Strigham of Bountiful; and a sister, Helen Strigham Lee of West Bountiful. She was preceded in death by four brothers, Brian Smith Strigham, Jacob Harvey Stringham, Golden Stringham, and John Jex Stringham; and two sisters, Delia Stringham Sessions Tribe, and Leone Stringham Cottrell.

Lucy is survived by two children, Dorothy Taylor DiChellis of Centerville; and Dr. Michael Evan Taylor of Wheat Ridge, Colo.; four grandchildren, Nancy Hatch Miller of Salt Lake City; Angelina DiChellis Tibbits of Seattle, Wash.; Briant Evan DiChelis of Bountiful; and Sarah Hassler Taylor of Wheat Ridge, Colo.; and three great-grandchildren, Sharee DiChellis of Thousand Palms, Calif.; Rachel Elizabeth Miller of Salt Lake City; and William Frederick Tibbits of Seattle, Wash.;

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 p.m., on Tuesday, April 14, 1992, in the Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary chapel, 295 North Main. Interment will be in the Bountiful City Cemetery.

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