Unknown DOB – December 23, 1944; 23 years old; unmarried
Last local address: 6 Hamilton Avenue, South Norwalk
Enlisted in August 1939
28TH INFANTRY DIVISION
Little else can be found except for this newspaper article.
From The Norwalk Hour January 22, 1945
Word has been received by Mrs. Olive Lewis of 12 Reynolds Street of the death of her son, Sergeant Edward “Sonny” Taylor, in action in Germany on December 23. A member of the 28th Division, First Army, Sergeant Taylor had seen action in France and Belgium. The 28th, which has been called the famous “Keystone Division” or the “Bucket of Blood Division”, has seen some of the heaviest fighting in the German area. Sergeant Taylor entered the service in August 1939, and received his training at Camp Ayers and Camp Edwards in Massachusetts. Originally attached to the Quartermaster Corps, he was sent to Iceland in January 1942, and remained there for two years. One year ago, he requested and received a transfer to the infantry and was sent to England. He attended Darien schools, and was employed as a tree surgeon in Rowayton before entering the service. Besides his mother, Sergeant Taylor leaves a brother, Harry Lewis, who is stationed in Holland. A requiem mass for the repose of his soul will be celebrated at St. Paul’s Church on the Green on Saturday morning, February 3, at 8 o’clock, by the Reverend Sewall Emerson, rector.
Sergeant Taylor’s interment location has never been found.