Since most of your postings have been in the last couple of years, let me suggest a couple of things.First.When you post an inquiry, post separate families to avoid confusion.This one has three families.I was also confused that looking for a "Taylor" that was a postmaster, I thought it might have been Milo...but he wasn't born until 1899.Also, when you post, post all the basic information about the person that you have.Especially post their date of birth, death, where they lived and when, siblings, parents, children, spouses and information about them.Post enough to help identify them.AND, post the information in the same posting.
From others of your postings:
"my great grandmother's family. Her name was Bertha Francis Taylor(1892-1977 ?)she married Charles Mclaughlin around 1914."
"Milo Henry Riley. He moved to Kansas from Illinois after serving in the 50th Illinois infantry during the civil war. His children included James (b1868),Dora (b1870) my gggm, Frances M. (b1873). They lived in Chetopa, Labette county. Dora married Luther Taylor my gggf.His mother was Rebecca Riley who was in Kentucky in 1817."
The 1900 Census for Climax, Jackson County, Oregon
L?. L. Taylor, (male), Head of household, born June 1853 in Ohio to father born in Virginia, mother in Conneticutt. A farmer, married 10 years
Dora, O? wife born Feb 1871, age 29, born in Kansas to father born in Illinois, mother in Ohio.Mother of 6, 3 living
Bertha born August 1892, in Kansas
Viola August 1895 in Oregon
Milo, August 1899, in Oregon
The 1910 Census for Dodson, Quay County, New Mexico
Luther F. Taylor, age 57, born Ohio, second marriage of 17 years, farmer
Dora 40, mother of 6, 5 living
Milo B. 11
Walter 9, Oregon
Permesa? L 5, Oregon
Milford, daughter 3/12, New Mexico.
At this point, I find a family tree that you produced.It shows Milo B, born August 19 1899 in Oregon, died March 29, 1987 in Tacoma, WA, his father Luther Francis Taylor 1852-1912, mother Dora Olive Riley 1870-1943.You also have very specific information on the siblings of Milo, parents of Luther, etc.
I now note that your message was written on July 4th, 2007.So, either you had this information already...or once again I failed to note when someone had posted and Judy answered a old inquiry.