The descendents of George Cook Taylor and Sudie Edwin Terry Taylor, whose twin brother was Henry Terry, and her father was Stephen Woodson Terry, one of the first sheriffs of San Saba County, met at the Senior Center on Sunday, August 31, 2008, for their annual Taylor reunion. One of the stories told was that Sudie Terry was in the yard of the present jail eating cornbread when a wild hog attacked her.
Their children who are deceased are Prentice, Roy, Hilda, George, Velma and Guyon, the last living member of the family is Mable Clair Wiley, a native of San Saba, and the oldest present at the reunion. Mason Ivy was the youngest present. Also, Sudie Taylor's twin brother's children - Terry Schoch, Paul Schoch, and Reta Terry Schoch Fondray - were present with some of the genealogy on a laptop, which was very interesting to everybody.
The group formed a prayer circle for the picnic lunch and was led by Joe Bob Everett of Austin, Texas.
Those present were Billy Guyon Taylor, Kristi Taylor, Cheyenne and Travis of Copperas Cove, Texas; Teresa and Mark Mathis, Joe Bob Everett and Blane, Carol Nan Everett, Jeff and Lindsay Ivy, Jackson and Mason, all of Austin, Texas; Sherry Parrish and Mason of Brownwood, Jana Taylor Childers, Aaron, Jonathan and Calla of Fairfield, Texas; Patricia Ann Campbell, Michael Taylor, Grandbury, Texas; Paul Schock, Ft. Worth; Terry Schoch and Reta Fondray of San Antonio, Texas; Joe and Judy Wiley and Jan, Marcia Wiley and Taylor, Iola, Texas; Bubba and Renea Mims, Dorothy Gage, Mable Wiley, Joycelyn McBride, Ima Ruth Burnham, Trudy Gage, Mike and Gale Ivy, Jane and Jesse Childers, Breaden, Jassy and Shane, Casey and Sally Gossett, Jordon, Jacey and Chase, Billy Keith and Amber Mims, Emyris, and Lily Mims, Charlie and Shelby, Cohen and Hudson Thorp, Wynogene and Bo Phillips, Billy Howard Wiley, of San Saba, Texas. Also attending were Kelly, Craig, Rebecca, Elizabeth and Catherine Hobdy of Round Rock, Texas; and Cris and Christian Ivy of Hutto, Texas.