THE JOSEPH TAYLOR, SR. FAMILY ASSOCIATION
HELP US GET OUR TAYLOR LINE BACK ACROSS THE POND
In 1634 a Richard Taylor, age 16, came to the New World on the ship
We have reason to believe that he is our
He bought land west of what is now Norfolk, Virginia along the
Southern branch of Elizabeth River
In 1678 John Harding of London, butcher next door to the 3 tuns
Taverne in Newgate Street sent a letter to Richard
And mentions Richard's sister Susannah
Christening entries 1667-1700 shows
John & Susannah Harding's children and dates of christening
We appeal for help to all doing Taylor research including DNA
We are prepared to pay proper fees to Professional researchers
Contact: Noel M. Taylor, 10314 Countrywood Dr., Sandy, Utah
Our Southern U.S. Taylor Family
We welcome as members those who are related in some way to this family.
The $15 yearly membership dues include access to our ongoing research projects, our quarterly newsletter, Taylor Times, information about our large Taylor DNA project, access to our biographies project, and much more. And if you’re interested in helping with research, we will be delighted!
Join our group by clicking on Join, which will take you to the signup page. You can choose to pay your $15 dues either through PayPal or by check. Instructions are included on the Join page.
If you are already a dues-paying member and would like to Register for a password to access the members-only section of the website, please click Register and follow the instructions there.
Taylor is a very common surname. It was very common in the colonial Tidewater Region. This family is NOT descended from President Zachary Taylor. If you are not certain if you’re related to this particular Taylor family and want to investigate the possibility, you are welcome to e-mail the membership secretary: