Obits for Sept. 17, 2019

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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Mrs. Edith Bell Taylor,

Edy to her friends and

family, age 86 of Magnolia

Springs, Ala. and formerly

of Andalusia died on Thu.,

Sept. 11, 2019, at her residence

after a brief illness.

Mrs. Taylor was born in

Andalusia and spent most

of her life here. Mrs. Taylor

was the daughter of the late

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bell

and the wife of the late Riley

Rousseau Taylor, Sr.

Funeral services for Mrs.

Taylor will be held 2 p.m.,

on Sun., Sept. 15, 2019,

at the St. Paul’s Episcopal

Church in Magnolia Springs,

Ala., with Revered Eric

Zubler officiating.

Interment will be Mon.,

Sept. 16, 2019, in Andalusia

Memorial Cemetery at 11

a.m., with Rev. Cindy Howard


Mrs. Taylor is survived

by her children and their

spouses, Marion Bell Dyas

(Craig) of Foley, Al., Riley

Rousseau Taylor, Jr. ( Beth)

of Andalusia, Phillipa Taylor

Fogg (David) of Lexington,

Ky., Julie Taylor Allen

(Doug) of Fairhope, Ala.,

and Vernon Taylor (Lisa) of

Montgomery, Ala.; 14 grandchildren,

16 great grandchildren;

two sisters, Rebecca

Rogers of Palm Beach, Fla.,

and Kaye Bell Grubbs (J.T.)

of Charleston, S.C.

In addition to her husband

and parents, Mrs. Taylor was

preceded in death by two

grandchildren, Riley Rousseau

Taylor III and Dixon

Dyas, a brother, Joe Bell and

a sister, Ann Bell Smith.

Pallbearers will be Daniel

Dyas, Riley Hill Taylor, David

Fogg, Reid Taylor, Riley

Allen and Hoke Smith IV.

Remembrances may be

made to the St. Paul’s Episcopal

Church Building Fund,

PO Box 2

14755 Oak Street, Magnolia

Springs, Ala. 36555

or to the Andalusia Ballet

Association, 420 Church

Street, Andalusia.

Family and friends unable

to attend may sign on online

registry at www.foremanfuneralhome.



Mr. Barney R. Wiggins,

86, of Andalusia, passed

away Sat., Sept. 14, 2019, at

his residence.

Funeral services will

be at 2 p.m., Tue., Sept.

17, from Foreman Funeral

Home Chapel with interment

in Stone Lake Cemetery.

Brother Ken Jackson will officiate

the service. Visitation

will begin at 1 p.m., Tuesday

at Foreman Funeral Home.

He is survived by two

daughters and sons-in-law,

Pam Wiggins Ray and husband

Victor, Tina Wiggins

Ballard and husband Jimmy

of Andalusia; his grandchildren,

Casey (Dawn) Ray,

Keith Ray, Ashley Ballard,

Megan Ballard (Chris)

Watts, Whitney Ballard,

Catlin (Sarah) Ballard; eight

great grandchildren; a brother

and sister-in-law, Hinton

and Linda Wiggins and

sister, Rosa Nell Walker.

He is preceded in death by

his five siblings, Ocie Wiggins

Owens, Betty Wiggins

Pollock, Lamar Wiggins,

Dorothy Wiggins Carter, and

Buster Wiggins.

Pallbearers will be Keith

Ray, Catlin Ballard, Wade

Wiggins, Kip Wiggins, Mike

Pollock, and Bobby Pollock

Those unable to attend the

services may sign the guest

registry online at www.foremanfuneralhome.