File:Wray Taylor, Hawaiian Gazette sketch, 1910.jpg
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English: Wray Taylor (1854-July 14, 1910), American-born organist at St. Andrew's Cathedral. He came to Honolulu in 1882 from Lowell, Massachusetts. He was for a time editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser in the 1880s and secretary in 1890 to the Bureau of Immigration. He also served as Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry for the Territory of Hawaii. Taylor left Hawaii on January 3, 1903, and he became organist at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. He was married to Elizabeth/Lydia Keomailani Crowninburg with whom he had children: William Edward Bishop Kaiheʻekai Taylor (1882–1956), Mabel Nalanielua, Harriet Kalanihoaono-o-Kahikoloa, Emily Auhea Kekāuluohi and Beatrice Albertina Kuliaikanuu. His second wife was Amy Norton.
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