Born on December 28, 1857, and died May 31, 1932. Taylor was an educator, lawyer, principal of Berlin High School, superintendent of Worcester County Public Schools, town Councilman for four years, a supporter of the Prohibition movement, and founder of the Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company in 1890 in Berlin. He was also a ruling elder and part of the church committee for Buckingham Presbyterian Church. Taylor also represented Worcester County as a member of the Maryland House of Delegates for two terms, 1898 to 1899 and 1912 to 1913. He was also a 25-year Worcester County Democratic State Central Committee member. Taylor’s wife was Martha “Mattie” Collins Taylor. His home is now the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum.
Taylor, S. (2007). Berlin. Arcadia Publishing, p. 88.