Taylor, Marshall

Taylor, (Marshall W.) “Major”

(1878–1932) bicycle racer; born in Indianapolis, Ind. The first widely recognized black American athlete, he won national championships at the height of cycling's popularity from 1899 to 1904.
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Costello, Turner, Darbyshire, Mclaren, Lavender, Hopkins, Lynch, Taylor, Marshall, Alderdyce, Steel, Jones, Conroy, Appleton, Stringer, Thwaites, Simpson, Atkinson, Underwood, Blakey, Farrell, Nelson, Gray, Turnbull, Lowe, Turner, Featherstone, Stafford, Doherty, Thornton, M Austen, Cordiner, Fairhurst, Fleetham, Markl, Mulgrew, Conlon.
Cyrus Field chartered his company on May 6, 1854, with Peter Cooper, Moses Taylor, Marshall Roberts, and Chandler White on the board of directors.
Hopkins, Lynch, Taylor, Marshall, Alderdyce, Steel, Conroy, Appleton, Thwaites, Simpson, Atkinson, Underwood, Farrell, Gray, Turnbull, Lowe, Turner, Featherstone, Stafford, Doherty, Thornton, M Austen, Marshall, Cordiner, Fairhurst, Fleetham, Markl, Mulgrew, Conlon.