Enos Cooper Taylor

Enos Cooper Taylor (1862 – 1941) was born in Cinderford, the son of a miner. When he started work, he was trained to operate the engines at Foxes Bridge colliery. He was elected secretary of the Cinderford Lodge of the FDMA in 1897. He married Annie Baker in 1897 and had five children. He was appointed as checkweighman at Foxes Bridge  in 1901. In 1907 he also took on the role of the landlord of the Colliers Arms in Cinderford and his wife helped to run the pub. He was a board member of Cinderford Medical Aid Association and Cinderford Co-operative Society. He represented Foxes Bridge on the FDMA Executive from 1897 to 1926.

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