I have an obit from the book "Obituaries of Washington County Arkansas Volume Two" in which your George may be mentioned, it reads - Quote - "George Taylor - (from Johnson) A. Taylor, a colored minister of the M. E. Church of Paris, Texas has been in the vicinity for the past week visiting his old white friends of ante bellum days.Andy was once a slave belonging to George Taylor who lived a few miles north of this place.Andy's "ole mar'ser" has long ago been gathered to his fathers but his young "mass" and "mistress" still live near the old home.He delivered a discourse at the New Hope church Mondaynight and was listened to with great attention by the largest and most orderly gathering of people that has congregated there for years. (The Springdale News 4-20-1894)." "(from Cross Roads) Rev. Andy Taylor, colored, of Paris, Texas preached to a large and curious audience at Oak Grove school house last Sunday and Sunday night.He said he had never preached to a white congregation before and had been preaching twenty years.He was once the slave of Uncle George Taylor, Sam Taylor's father.He came to visit his old mistress who is now in the Nation with her son, George.She is over eighty years old and he has not seen her since the war.(The Springdale News 4-20-1894)"