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Casbourne McNeil Taylor
Casbourne McNeil Taylor

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Casbourne McNeil Taylor
Also known as “Bum-mie” of No.168 Lowland Heights, Christ Church formerly of Vauxhall, Christ Church and London, England. Retired postman of the General Post Office and London, England.
Sunrise: Saturday, February 7th, 1942
Sunset: Saturday, January 13th, 2024
Burial:
Wednesday, January 31st, 2024
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Funeral Services Entrusted To:
Keith Jones Funeral Home

Son of the late Cecil and Odessa Taylor.

Husband of Yvonne Taylor.

Father of Nadiene and Kaleb .

Grandfather of Isaiah, Elisha, Aliyah,  Elijah, Aaron and Uzziah

Brother  of Yvonne Wilson, Keith, Carol, Coursey, Grantley and Wesley Taylor, Kath Thomas, , the late Nell Taitt and Neville Taylor.

Uncle of many.

Friend of many.

The funeral of the late Casbourne McNeil Taylor leaves Keith Jones Funeral Home, Passage Road, St. Michael on Wednesday 31st January 2024 at 8:15a.m. for Vauxhall Methodist Church, Vauxhall, Christ Church where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 10:00a.m. for a Service of Thanksgiving.

The cortege will then proceed to  Christ Church Cemetery for the interment.

The organist and members of the church choir are kindly asked to attend. Floral tributes may be sent to Keith Jones Funeral Home no later than 7:45a.m. on Wednesday.

Live streaming of the funeral  can be viewed at

https://keithjonesfunerals.live/CasbourneTaylor

Condolences can be sent to keithjonesfunerals@caribsurf.com

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  • Once again I am sending my deepest condolences to the Taylor clan from Vauxhall on the passing of another of their siblings. Casbourne was my first encounter with this family. When I entered St.Davids’ boys back in 1955 he was still at school and was a very close friend of my late cousin Anthony “Tony” Hinds who was my neighbour, mentor and the one who took me to school although we lived only 100 yards away. Casbourne took a liking to me and would always come by and say hello. After he left school he quickly went off to England to build a life. In the meantime 3 of his siblings DeCoursey, Grantley, and Wesley also attended St.Davids. We would all continue our education at Boys Foundation. Over the years I would ask either one of them about Casbourne. Eventually I heard he had returned home and was a postman. On one of my visits home I paid a visit to the main post office to see him but he was out making his rounds. Sadly I never met up with him on other visits home and now I can only meet him on the other side. The moral of the story is to always seek out those who were special in your life at all cost before it is too late. To his remaining siblings and relative I extend my sincere condolences on this particular tough time coming so soon after Nev’s passing. May he RIP and RIG.

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