Hiram Martin Taylor

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Hiram Martin Taylor

Birthplace: Santaquin, Utah, Ut
Death: Died in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
Place of Burial: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
Immediate Family:

Son of Norman Benjamin Taylor and Lydia Taylor
Husband of Clarentine Marinda Burnham
Father of Gladys Taylor; <private> Taylor and <private> Taylor
Brother of Elmer Franklin Taylor; Earnest Leander Taylor; Edwin Erastis Taylor; Lydia Lurana Maxfield; Sanford Alfonzo Taylor and 2 others
Half brother of Augusta Gaines Taylor and Heber Crispen Taylor

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Hiram Martin Taylor's Timeline

November 11, 1860
Santaquin, Utah, Ut
September 26, 1869
Age 8
September 26, 1869
Age 8
September 14, 1882
Age 21
September 14, 1882
Age 21
September 3, 1885
Age 24
Logan, Cache, Utah, United States
February 22, 1902
Age 41
Mancos, Mntzma, Co

The Town of Montezuma is a Statutory Town located in eastern Summit County, Colorado, United States. The town population was 42 at U.S. Census 2000.[5] The town is a former mining camp that sits at an elevation of 10,200 feet (3,110 m), just west of the Continental Divide, nestled among mountains that reach an elevation of 12,000-13,000 feet (3,700-4,000 m) around it. It is situated in the upper valley of the Snake River above the resort town of Keystone in the Rocky Mountains.

The town, which is named for Montezuma, the Emperor of the Aztecs, consists largely of historical buildings and houses lining unpaved streets at the end of the paved county road that ascends the Snake River from Keystone near the west side of Loveland Pass. The town sits in a high steep valley surrounded by forested peaks offering good access to higher national forest land destinations. The paved road up from Keystone leads mainly through national forest right up to the entrance of town, which is marked by a sign over the county road. In addition to the recent building boom of several upscale second homes, the town itself retains many older structures, some of them dating from the late 19th century, such as the picturesque school house dating from the 1880s. The town is often included in lists of ghost towns in the Colorado Rockies, but it nevertheless retains a small population of full-time residents, as well as many absentee homeowners. As of 2005, a small low-power FM station (KMZM 96.5), receivable only near the town, operates from one of the houses. Montezuma has some of the most popular backcountry skiing, biking, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and hiking trails in Summit County. Montezuma is listed as one of Colorado's top scenic places in John Fielder's Best of Colorado.


January 29, 1947
Age 86
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
February 1, 1947
Age 86
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut