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928 - 4/22/2010 3:58:35 PM - onradcl@prodigy.net - My great great grandfather was joshua Taylor Hughes born in 1843. I know this because my great grandmother was a Duaghter of the American Revolution as am I and he is in our lineage paperwork. My father and I were always told Joshua was related to Pres. Zachary Taylor. The problem is, no one knows how, if in fact it is true. I would like some help if any one know who Joshua Taylor Hughes is. He was married to Catharine Standley Boyd born in 1848. They lived in Chester County Pennsylvania. Thanks in advance for any help.

927 - 4/21/2010 4:28:46 PM - dblock528@aol.com - John Taylor married on 04 Jan. 1811 to Rebecca Thompson in Warren Co. KY. Do we know who this couple is; their parents etc.? Thank you

926 - 4/21/2010 1:51:57 PM - theperdues@hotmail.com - I am looking for any info on my grandfather, John William Taylor. He was born about 1901, in North Carolina, married Lena Mae Stanley(or Stanly). They had one child, my father, William Earl Taylor, born in 1928 in Weldon, NC. Occupation...cotton mill worker. Thanks for your help.E-mail me at theperdues@hotmail.com.

925 - 4/17/2010 8:38:12 PM - kbrowne@alumni.umass.edu - John Brown of Wells, ME m.2 Olive Taylor b. 1797 of Effingham, NH 19 Jul 1824 in Effingham. Their son, John Taylor Brown is my ggfather. Seeking further information about Olive's parents, grandparents, etc. Town Clerk of Effingham indicates many records destroyed in fire sometime in past. Please email with any clues. KB

924 - 4/15/2010 10:18:40 AM - shepierce@att.net - I have been trying unsuccessfully to find info on my g.g.g.grandfather Jacob Taylor, born around 1801 in Caldwell, N.C. and his wife Matilda Humphries, born around 1814 in Tn. They were married in 1845 in Watauga, N.C. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

923 - 4/11/2010 7:15:51 AM - birdwoman2@gmail.com - I'm the great granddaughter of Madeleine R. Taylor Jocelyn, daughter of Major Albert Taylor of Fulton, New York. Madeleine married in 1869. I can find records of Albert raising a company from Fulton to serve in the Civil War but nothing beyond that. Madeleine claimed she was the great granddaughter of Zachary Taylor but this seems impossible. I can find no antecedents of Albert.

922 - 4/8/2010 10:45:40 AM - itsmechelle1972@yahoo.com - I am looking for info on John E. Taylor, born in Martin, Tennessee in 1885, died in Monroe Co, Arkansas in 1936. John Taylor is a very common name and I have hit a brick wall. He was married to Early M. Laxson. They had many children. I have names, dates and a few pictures of them and thier children, any info you have would be greatly accepted. Thanks Michelle Hollis

921 - 4/2/2010 2:10:06 PM - flir67@gmail.com - I'm looking for James Byron Taylor parents. james was married to Ella Elizabeth Collings. some one on ancestry has the marriage certificate but will not respond. James Byron taylor was born 4-26-1835,in ohio died 1907 in Roanake virginia, buried in greensboro,nc any info on his parents would be great thanks mark----

920 - 3/29/2010 2:47:00 PM - elcana9001@gmail.com - i am looking for any info on henry and eleanor (elcana) taylor from w. va. in the 1800s. eleanbor was a fabricated name... she was full blooded cherokee. there was a daughter named dorothy. these were my ggreatgrandparents and greatgrandmother.dorothy was married to gordon willis, she was born in 1886 and passed away in 1948. please, any info would greatly be appriciated. thank you

917 - 3/26/2010 1:59:44 PM - Niem1223@aol.com - I found a death certificate yesterday on www.Footnote.com. parents for my G. Grandfather, Thomas Nelson Taylor, were listed as A.P Taylor and M. Gadberry... A.P Taylor is for Alfred P. Taylor and he was married to Mary Polly Gadberry..There were at least 5 sons..Andrew, Marion, George, and Joe and Thomas...Does anyone have a Andrew, George, Joe or Marion Taylor in their families that were born in KY between 1835 and 1850. My Thomas was in Tarrant County, TX by 1880 and I am sure that some of his brothers made the trip with him..

916 - 3/20/2010 7:29:24 PM - Niem1223@aol.com - Joe, Marion, Andrew, and Thomas Nelson Taylor...All brother born around Lexington, KY with Thomas Nelson Taylor being the youngest and born between 1850/1853. Oldest 4 brothers served time in the Civil War with George being killed. Thomas Nelson Taylor in Collins County, Texas, by 1880 with new wife, Sally and 1 year old son Alfred... Anyone out there have these names in their Taylor family? heir father's name may be Walter.. Just can't make a connection...This country was well populated with Taylers in the 1700 and 1800 hundreds...Surprising..

915 - 2/28/2010 3:04:10 PM - gfrostie5@aol.com - I am looking for the family of Glenn Eugene Taylor from the Springfield Missouri area. He was stationed at camp swift around 1945 and I believe his mother was a Brader (not sure of this). I am the daughter of this man and I never got to meet him. My Mother is 82 years old from Taylor, Texas and I am sure that he has probably pased on. I have a picture of him in his uniform and I would just like to know about him. I had a heart attack in 2006 and quadruple by-pass surgery in 2008, I would just like to know about my real father before I am gone from this world but I don't plan on leaving soon. I know I have step brothers and sisters older than me but I never got to meet them they lived on RT.1 in Springfield in the 40's. Thank You for any information

914 - 2/24/2010 9:00:41 PM - jtjt103@gmail.com - I am looking for anyone related to James Banks Taylor. His parents(my grandparents) are Edwin and Sara Taylor. I know he was in the Army and lived in Germantown,Tennessee.

911 - 2/23/2010 2:08:06 PM - wilma57@live.com - I am looking for any information on Thomas S Taylor b:1802-1805 in N Carolina and married Rebeckah Powers 3/12/1832 and then moved to Tennessee. I cannot find out who his parents were or where in England that the family originated. I know that in the 1850 Census it showed them living in Rutherford county and then in the 1860 census they lived in Decatur County. Please if anyone can assist me with his parents information please email me. Thank you

910 - 2/22/2010 5:29:26 PM - elcana9001@gmail.com - i am looking for my ggreatparents henry and eleanor (elcana or locaida) taylor. eleanor was fullblooded cherokee. they had one daughter that i am aware of. her name was dorothy taylor willis. she was married to gordon john willis.i believe they lived in gallopolis ohio and in maybe clay west virginia. thank you, lin

904 - 2/17/2010 12:33:58 PM - jimscar815@comcast.net - I am a descendent of William Thomas Taylor of Maryland and his wife, Amanda Bassett Taylor of Ohio. William was born in 1845 and Amanda was born in 1850. William was an orphan and I have been unable to locate any genelogical information about him.

903 - 2/11/2010 9:22:02 PM - jon.garland.55@live.com - From State of Alabama 1820 Acts 21-25: "December 21, 1820... the Senante and House of Represtntatives of the State of Alabama...Act to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank of the State of Alabama. Subscriptions open... in Cahawba for 150 shares under the superintendance of JOHN TAYLOR(late of Pendleton)...at Demopolis for 200 shares under the superintendance of PITKIN BARNES..." What is the relationship of Pitkin Barnes to the Taylor family in 1820's Marengo County Alabama? Why was one of Josiah Taylor's sons named Pitkin Barnes Taylor? Dr. Pitkin Barnes moved to Leon County Texas near the Trinity River (not too far north of the Taylor settlement in Liberty County) possibly in the 1830's and then retuned for good in the 1850's. He is buried in the 1850's Garland family cemetery near Centerville Texas. Thanks, Jon Garland jon.garland@hotmail.com

902 - 2/11/2010 3:58:09 PM - elcana9001gmail.com - i am looking for info on my greatgreat grandparents henry and eleanor (elcana) taylor. they lived on georges creek road in gallopolis ohio on a farm. eleanor was full blooded cherokee indian. they had a daughter (dorothy) born in 1886dorothy married gordon john willis, they had 5 childrenstella, flora, gail william and jackie. jackie passed away after being bitten by a snake. i know eleanor was still alive in 1948 and living in clay west virginia.any info would be greatly appreciated. my email address is elcana9001@gmail.com thanks

901 - 2/11/2010 8:45:47 AM - timtaylor.rrfan@gmail.com - Sorry, maybe I am not looking in the right place, but I can find no mention of your Haplogroup, or what the marker Alleles are for your line. Can you direct me? Would like to check against mine. Thanks, Tim Taylor

900 - 2/10/2010 11:22:01 AM - lexicovington06@hotmail.com - My greatgrmother was Mary Belle Taylor Clark Born 1875 married to John Cessero Clark in Hamilton Co.Illinois. She had a bro. WILLIAM M. TAYLOR born 1865 a sis. MINNIE TAYLOR ODONNELL born 1873.Their mother Nancy Smith Taylor, American Indian. She had a previous marriage to John W. Brown 1857 had a son Matthew Brown 1860. Son stayed with his father. She lived in Saline & Hamilton Co. Illinois. I find her with the Brown Family but have never found her with the Taylor family. Have looked for years!The divorce papers were something to read for that time!#665 inquired about William M taylor but the date was 1853 born same county Illinois. but he was born 1865 had a daughter named Ida,not wife, his wife was Warnie Guinn Taylor they moved to Arkansas as well as the other children.Could be one & the same. My email wouldnt let me contact #665

899 - 2/4/2010 1:31:23 PM - mvplante.2@ gmail.com - Hannah/Anna/Ann Taylor born circa Sept 7,1834 Mucklestone Staffordhire/Shropshire d.1897 likely in Toronto Ontario Canada m.1856 St.Lukes,Silverdale, Wolstanton Staffordshire, to Francis Passmore {b.June 13,1835 Wombourne, Staffordshire d. 1916 Toronto} is my ancestor. Her father was William Taylor married to Mary unknown, Known siblings were: 1. James bc. Aug 16,1829  Mucklestone, Stafford, Eng.; 2. Elizabeth bc. Sept 4,1831  Mucklestone, Stafford, Eng ; 3. Hannah/ Anna/Ann B. Sept 7,1834 Mucclestone, 4. John bc July 24,1836  Mucklestone; 5. Henry bc March 4,1838 Mucklestone d. March 22, 1838. Does anyone know more about this Taylor family?

898 - 2/4/2010 7:00:37 AM - magnolia7@comcast.net - I tried to email bamb_taylor in reference to Elihue Taylor son of Harrison Taylor frm White Top Va I have information to share but email comes back to me undeliverable. please try to contact me if you read this. 02-4-10.

895 - 1/24/2010 7:40:30 PM - pjc4everyours@yahoo.com - I am searching for information on my great grandparents that came to Alabama from Texas probably in the late 1800's or early 1900's. My great grandfather was Henry Taylor whose wife was called "Loular" or "loulou" Edcock, Adcock, or Ebcock. Sorry, not sure about the spelling of her last name. Henry Taylor brought his family here from Texas because of a scandal. Rumor has it one of his sons' killed a woman or killed someone over a woman. One of Henry's son's is my grandfather, Samuel Lonnie Taylor.

894 - 1/23/2010 8:08:34 PM - judybobick@comcast.net - Looking for info on LOUISA TAYLOR WILSON. Louisa was born in Cuba (1870's) and married George Wilson and lived in Key West. I have personally asked about Louisa (she is my grandfathers sister) and no will speak of what happened to her. One story is that the Wilson family put her in a clinic in New Orleans and she might of died there. I have written to Louisiana Vitals and nothing. George WIlson lived until he was 102 and it is mentioned in obit that louisa was his widow. Strange. No one will talk about her.

893 - 1/23/2010 8:02:28 PM - judybobick@comcast.net - Looking for info on Melinda Caldwell , first married to James S. Piper in 1827. Had four children, Artemas Woodbury,Malinda, James and daniel. Melinda then married Hiram A. Taylor in Danvers Mass. Hiram did adopt all the children and they became Taylor's. Later they lived in Boston Mass and took in boarders at 16 Meridian, Boston Daniel Caldwell Taylor had several children in Cuba with Maria Regla Ramos. Need any info you may have

891 - 1/21/2010 10:55:00 PM - henrygtaylor@bellsouth.net - I am looking for the ties to my family in Alabama from my GGGrand father, Henry Marion Taylor, born 1849. The story goes that he and his brother Jim ran away from home as pre-teens, arriving on a train in Pocahontas, Tn (McNairy Co.)somewhere around 1860 or so. They never talked about their family or where they came from, but on the 1880 census, it indicated my grandfather specified his parents came from Alabama. Anybody out there with similiar info, please give me a holler.

890 - 1/17/2010 5:15:59 PM - wlsiii@verizon.net - Interested in finding information on the Taylor family of Philadelphia, PA and Delaware. My g-mother's maiden name was Margaret Vickers Taylor -- daughter of Isaac Taylor and Matilda Park Doak (Isaac was her 2nd husband); granddaughter of Jermeiah Taylor and Margaret Vickers -- they had nine sons, and one daughter who died in infancy. Jermiah's parents, Benjamin and Sarah, were from Delaware. Further information on ancestors would be appreciated. Also interested in finding descendants of Margaret Vickers Taylor's brother, Isaac Taylor (1875-1914). He had at least two children, Park Taylor and Margaret Vickers Taylor. Would also be interested in hearing from any descendants of Jeremiah and Margaret Vickers Taylor. Their nine sons were: Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, James Madison, Jeremiah, Charles, Isaac, Benjamin Franklin (killed at Antietam)and Henry Horn. Thanks for any info. Bill.

889 - 1/17/2010 1:45:57 PM - phyhoy@gmail.com - I am looking for Ida May Taylor -b. 18Aug 1875 in Logan Co Ohio. She married Joseph Urias Hoyt b. 3Sept 1869 Hardin Co Ohio and d. 25 Oct 1914 in Lima Ohio. They had 2 children: Oather Hoyt b.26 Feb 1893 and Faye E. Hoyt b.1894. My grandfather was Oather and from his album I found a picture of Ida that says: "Ida and second husband Sloan but not a first name given." Oather married Blanche Hites in 1914 Faye E. - I found a record in Michigan where she was married to Ransom Ross and they recorded that Faye died in 1937 in Wayne Co Michigan. Family history has that Oather (maybe Grover Oather) was reared by a cousin near Dola Ohio and he never spoke much of Faye although at his death my grandmother did know of a sister in Michigan (which I found later Faye). Any info appreciated

888 - 1/16/2010 5:39:23 PM - wildchildgriffith@yahoo.com - I am tryin to find desendants on my fathers side who was Wm. C, Taylor who was the son of Robert Leonard Taylor and his mom was Cammie Mary Sale who was the daughter of George Brock Sale. I understand Roberts father was Benjamin James Taylor and this is as far as i have gotten is the anyone who can add more to this? My fathers dad was buried in Bells Tenn.

887 - 1/10/2010 9:46:46 AM - luciarbutler@yahoo.com - I am looking for information on Henry & Margaret Taylor; they were from Mississippi. Their daughter Mary Ann Taylor married Jesus Garcia. Jesus & Mary Ann (Taylor) Garcia were my 3rd great grandparents. I was wondering if anyone had a photo of Mary Ann Taylor Garcia & one of Jesus Garcia; I would love a copy of any photos that anyone may have. A wedding picture would be wonderful; but any photo of Henrey & Margaret Taylor (my 4th great grandparents) and or Jesus & Mary Ann (Taylor) Garcia would be great.---Thank you. Lucia

885 - 1/6/2010 11:32:55 AM - hapgrant@hotmail.com - I am looking for any pictures of Mary Adelia Carbine Northrup Petty Grant Taylor. The only one we have is a protrait of her. Any pictures would be geatly appreciated. Thank you.

883 - 1/1/2010 8:48:54 PM - lexicovington06 @hotmail.com - My GrGrandmother was Mary Belle Taylor was born in 1875 in Hamilton Co. Illinois. She had a Bro William M. Taylor born 1865, Minnie Taylor born 1873. Their mother's name was Nancy Taylor born 1843 to John B. Smith & Jane Shell. John B. Smith remarried later. Nancy Smith;s 1st husband was John B. Brown son of Matthew Brown. They were married in 1857,they had a son Matthew Brown they lived in Hamilton Co. Illinois. Nancy Smith Brown Taylor moved to Saline Co. Illinois as I found her DIVORCE papers. All the children of Nancy Taylor came to Clay Co. Arkansas where they are buried. PROBLEM: Nancy's divorce says Alex Taylor, But gr grandmother gives Eli Taylor on her marriage application. I cant find Nancy with her children anywhere or her Taylor husband! U know everyone says they have indian grandmother..well i have a Tintype 5x7 picture of Nancy Smith wearing white arrowhead necklace and she her facial features are American Indian.

880 - 12/29/2009 12:05:00 AM - vglover776@comcast.net - I am looking for the parents and sibblings of Elizabeth Taylor m to George Delanoy

871 - 11/23/2009 2:20:50 PM - pagebarbie@ymail.com - Down thru the lines i have always been told that i was kin to zachary taylor.My grandmother was Lillian Taylor.. her father was George Taylor and he married Nancy Moore. That is as much information I have . They came from jefferson county ky then moved to bullitt co ky. Any information would be greatly greated. please email with any info on

870 - 11/15/2009 11:39:57 AM - jopryor@msn.com - I am looking for info on the parents of Rosa Caroline Taylor, b 1856 MS. Her family moved to AR. She married John (Joseph) William Bierman in 1873 AR. In the cesus for her and John she states her parents were born in MS. Any information is greatly appreciated. I have hit a block wall, and have serched for 5 years, to no avail. I am willing to share ino.

868 - 10/26/2009 9:06:27 AM - radapaul@gmail.com - Researching my TAYLOR line. Furthest back is J. W. TAYLOR, born 1792 in Illinois (stated in 1880 Census his father and mother both b. NC). Wife's name was NANCY. J.W. TAYLOR was described by descendants (and also in Census records) as a minister: "hardshelled Baptist minister". He first shows up in 1850 Scott County, Arkansas living in Hickman Township with children HUGH J. (b. 1827 IL); ELIZABETH (b. 1828 IL); CHARLOTTE (b. 1832 IL); LOUISA (b. 1834 AR); JAMES (b. 1838 AR); THOMPSON (b. 1843 AR). Also living close by is my g-g-g-grandfather, JOSEPH L. TAYLOR (b. 1824 IL)presumed to be the son of J. W. TAYLOR, in LaFave Township with his wife JANE ANN __________, b. 1829 IL; her father b. Nova Scotia; her mother b. VA. Two of their children were born in Arkansas: JAMES F. TAYLOR (1846) and my g-g-grandmother, NARCISSA ANN TAYLOR (b. 1849) JOSEPH and JANE ANN TAYLOR then moved to Texas where they had 10 more children, all born in Texas: GEORGE TAYLOR (1856); L. D. (female) b. 1858; HYRAN A. (1860); LUCINE JOSEPHINE (1862); WILLIAMSON (1864); CHARLES S. (1866); N. M. (female)b. 1868; MARY A. (1868); ALBERT R. (1870); and JOSEPH H. (1973). Would like to learn the name of J. W. TAYLOR's father, and also the maiden name of his wife NANCY. Glad to swap all information on this line of Taylors.

867 - 10/17/2009 2:41:27 PM - aug68model@yahoo.com - My oldest ancestor was James Powell Taylor born 1777 in GA Died in MS in 1850 his son that I am descended through is Elijah Taylor born in GA in 1806 but grew up in MS. He had a son named Luther Calvin Taylor who was born in 1834 in MS and died in 1917 in Texas. He had a son named John Bishop Taylor who was born in MS in 1851 and died in TX in 1937, he had a son named William Luther Taylor born in TX 1875 and died in OK in 1911. He had a son named William Luther born in TX in 1897 and died in Tx in 1941. His son was my father Luther Eugene 1932 in Texas and died in Texas in 2002. If anyone has any information on the Taylor line that started in GA moved to MS and then on to Texas, please email me.

866 - 10/16/2009 9:59:58 AM - tombrumfield@aol.com - Seeking info on husband's great-grandfather West Florida Taylor born ca 1845 in Fl according 10 1880 FL census, whose father was born in NC and mother in SC. Married Martha Frances Lamb (mother was a Peacock). They lived in Calhoun Co FL and he died ca 1885. She married John Robert Hudnell (Hendnall, Hudnall) and they migrated to Anderson Co TX < 1910. Would appreciate any info which you may have

862 - 10/5/2009 5:14:52 AM - carlasue@cox.net - Trying to connect Henry James Taylor, (b. 1867, Brownwood TX, father born in Tennessee or Missouri, mother b. in TX according to different census) with his parents. He m. Alice Pickett (rumored to be Cherokee) about 1896. They had Martha Lee, Charley Clay, and Ruth Vallree. He died while living with Ruth in Shasta county California in the 50's. I find him in the census starting in 1910, and have also found 1920, but that's it.

861 - 10/1/2009 8:07:25 PM - jamestaylor6@msn.com - Hiram Taylor was born about 1824 in Newberry, South Carolina. By 1850 he is in Macon County/Tallapoosa County, Alabama. He lists his father as being born in Philadelphia on the census, but there is no other info. Family legend says Hiram's father was named William. Any help is appreciated.

860 - 9/29/2009 7:26:54 PM - craigandladeen@gmail.com - I am searching for information on my Taylor line. I need information for a Thomas N. Taylor who was my great grandfather. He would have been born around 1853. He was living with his mother, Manerva (Bell) Taylor in his grandmothers home (Eliza Bell) in District 2 Alcorn, Mississippi in the 1880 census. Both his mother, Manerva and grandmother, Eliza were widows. Also living in the home was Manerva's sister Paralee (Bell) Beard who was also a widow. The census states Thomas N Taylor was born in Missouri, his father was born in NC and his mother Manerva was born in AL. Thomas N Taylor married Paralee Broadaway who was 16 on the 1880 census in Alcorn living with her sister Emaline (Broadaway) Bell. Emaline was married to Manerva's brother Cornelius C Bell. Thomas and Paralee had a son Earl Thomas Taylor 1884 in Mississippi and then moved to Arkansas, Saline, Sevier area where the remaining children were born. Paralee is a widow in the 1910 census in Saline, Arkansas with 4 of her children at home. In the 1860 census Manerva (Manney Tayler) and Thomas are living with David and Eliza Bell in Tishomingo Mississippi. Also is a sister Ann E. "Tayler". Please, I would appreciate any information in tracing this Taylor famly line. I would very much like to know who Thomas' father was and the line back. Please if anyone connects let me know. Thank you.

859 - 9/24/2009 8:41:01 AM - mountainhigh@comcast.net - At Yantict Cemetery in Norwich, Ct. my GG grandparents Christopher H. Taylor and Eliza Henry Taylor lay next to the family of Cebra L Taylor. I am trying to connect Christopher and Cebra as brother's, cousin's uncle's or anything! Christopher was born about 1815 in Rhode Island. His daughters death record says Scituate. Cebra was born in Ct. in 1827.His grandparents were Samuel and Rebecca Crandall Taylor of Westerly,Rhode Island. Christopher has been a big brick wall! Please help.

858 - 9/19/2009 8:48:32 PM - quenci@sbcglobal.net - I am interested in a connection between Thomas Woodlief of Va. and N.Carolina, and Martha Taylor. Thomas Woodlief was first married to Elizabeth Hill Eppes and perhaps third Elizabeth Claiborne. I think that Martha Taylor may have been the second wife of Thomas Woodlief and perhaps the mother of a least two of his children. Thomas died around 1820 in Brunswick County,Va. and his will stated that he left his property to his PRESENT wife Elizabeth. he stated in another document when listing all of his children that Nancy and Devereaux were brother and sister. He only listed the names of the other children, so I am assuming that the other brothers and sisters were only half siblings to Nancy and Devereaux. Do any of the Taylors have any tie to the Woodliefs?? Thank you, L.Scott

857 - 9/17/2009 7:47:48 AM - dlhuston@cox.net - My Nancy L. Taylor born 22 Dec 1817 N. C. married William Brothers about 1837 in Rutherford Co. Tenn, she died 16 Jan. 1892. Census records show her parents born N. C. she named her first 2 daughters Sarah Jane, the mother of William and Margaret, so the only clue I have as to her parents is maybe her mother was named Margaret???Would appreciate any information on her.

856 - 9/15/2009 2:51:18 AM - redheadkelly@sbcglobal.net - I am descendant from a Thomas G Taylor who lived in Bumpus Mills, Tennessee. He is buried there in the Morgan Cemetery. According to his gravestone, he was born in 1854 and died in 1887. According to census records he was born in Tennessee, his father was born in North Carolina & his mother was born in Tennessee. He married two daughters of Andrew Jackson Bumpus, Nancy & Zepora. It seems reasonable to assume that he is a descendant of this line of Taylors, but I can't find anything on him prior to an 1872 marriage certificate. Any help would be appreciated.

855 - 9/12/2009 3:23:02 PM - marptr@bellsouth.net - I am looking for a William Taylor who married Fannie Benton. They had two sons, Finis (born about 1882) and Clint Arthur ( born about 1884) either in Texas or Tennessee. Clint is my paternal grandfather, and I am stuck!. Fannie and William divorced and she remaried a Charles Clinton. William possibly remarried and moved to Michigan. I would appreciate any help.

854 - 9/3/2009 9:42:25 PM - gammaof9@yahoo.com - Searching for information on Eugene A Taylor born about 1926, married Beatrix June ??? born about 1927 in Ill. They were in Dallas Tx area in 1949. Eugene was a merchant marine. Any help on this genealogy would be appreciated.

853 - 8/30/2009 6:27:07 AM - MNNichol@aol.com - I am researching the following Captain John Taylor, of Orange County, North Carolina. I have the following information concerning him, but I have not been able to located his parents. The 1755 Tax List of Orange County lists Hugh, James and William Taylor paying taxes during that year. James Taylor had three taxables and one could be Captain John Taylor, but I have not been able to confirm a connection. Captain John Taylor had a daughter, Nancy Ann Taylor, by his first wife, Sarah Day. Nancy Ann Taylor married Captain William Lytle and moved to Tennessee. John Taylor had the following children by his second wife, Winifred Horton: Berthis Taylor, married Augustine Benton; Major John Taylor, married Tempe Allen Benton; Susan Taylor, married Robert Bingham; Elizabeth Taylor, married John Hunt; and Thomas Horton Taylor, married Frances Ann Lewis. John Taylor, at the age of sixteen years, in 1755, enlisted under Capt. Robert Spotswood in the Continental Army. (Capt. Spotswood was afterwards killed by Indians). John Taylor served in the Revolutionary War enlisting as an Ensign in the 1st NC Continental Line under Col. James Moore, Maj. Thomas Clark, Col. Frances Nash, and Adj. William Williams. John Taylor was promoted to Lieutenand and served in the 4th and 6th NC Regiments. He was an original member of the NC Society of the Cincinnati. 1800 Census, Hillsborough District, Orange County, North Carolina, p. 6: John Taylor, 11101/ 11102/19 1810 Census, Hillsborough District, Orange County, North Carolina, p. 39: John Taylor, Sr., 05623/102101/37 Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statement; Pension Application of John Taylor W18114, State of North Carolina, Orange County. On this the 10th January 1838 personally appeared before the undersigned an acting Justice of the peace in and for the County aforesaid at her own residence, she cannot conveniently (attend) Court at this Time, Susan Taylor, 57 years of age on the 29th day of December 1837 and daughter of one of the heirs at law of the late Winifred Taylor of the City of Millsboro in the aforesaid County (Deceased) who was the widow of the late Colonel John Taylor of the aforesaid County (Deceased). And this Declarant, the said Susan Taylor being first duly swarn according to law, doth, on her oath make the followingDeclaration to order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of Congress passed July the 4th 1836. This Declarant sets forth upon her oath that she is one of the Children and heirs at law of the late Winifred Taylor, deceased, of the Town of Hillsboro, who was Widow to the late Colonel John Taylor, of the County of Orange aforesaid, Deceased, who during the War of the Revolution served the United States as herein set forth. To Wit: 1st This Declarant, the Said Susan Taylor saith upon her said oath that, she has reason to believe and does believe, that her deceased father the aforeaid John Taylor, during the War of the Revolution did Served the United States as "Pay master" in the 8th Regiment of the Continental Line of this State. Six months, or thereabouts. That he was commission on the 24th fay of Ju7ly 177 and omitted in Junary folloowing, as per Certificate of William Hill, Secretary of State for the State of North Carolina, which Certificate is hereunto annexed and marked "A" 2nd This Declarant, the said Susan Taylor, States upon her Said oath, that she has reason to believe and does believe that her deceased father, the aforesaid John Taylor received the appointment as "Quarter Master" from General John Butler, on the sixth day of November 1778, and in that Capacity did serve the United States. In evidence of which the Certificate of the Secretary of State for the State of North Carolina, is hereunto annexed marked "B" and also the afffidavit marked "H" 3rd This Declarant the said Susan Taylor, further States unpon her Said oath, that she has reason to believe and does believe that her father, the aforesaid John Taylor, (dec'd) was duly cinnussuibed by General Butler aforesaid Commissary & Quarter, and her Deceased father did serve the United States in that Capacity that his Commission was dated the 11th day of March 1779. The proof of which is the Certificate of Secretary of State for the State of North Carolina, dated the 11th March 1779, and marked "C" hereto annexed, also the affidavits marked "H" & "I". 4th And the Declarant the said Susan Taylor, further states upon her said oath that she has reason to believe and does believe that her father, the aforesaid John Taylor, Deceased, was on the 15th day of March 1779, appointed "Brigade Quarter Master" and that in that Capacity Served the United States as per Certificate of the Secretary of the State for the State of North Carolina hereunto annexed & Marked, "D". Also the affidavit "H". 5th This Declarant the aforesaid Susan Taylor further states upon her oath that, she has reason to believe and does believe that her father the aforesaid John Taylor Deceased did Serve the United States during the War of the Revolutiobn as Lieutenant of Militia, in Captain Turner's Company, in 1779, that she has always understood that her Deceased father was in the battle of Stono as an officer, but is not positive what office, he at that time filled, but judging from the date of his Commissions, supposes it was as Lieutenant of Militia. In proof of which the Certificate of the Secretary of State for the State of North Carolina is hereunto annexed marked "E" and the afficavfit marked "K" also annexed, the affidavit "H". 6th This Declarant the said Susan Taylor, further states upon her oath that, her father theaforesaid John Taylor Deceased did in the next year, to wit, 1780, receive a Commission and Served as "Forage Master" in the United States Service from the date of his Commission (the 13th June, 1780) till the 19th of December following: As per afficavits acccompanying this Declaration, which are here

852 - 8/28/2009 9:05:31 PM - beccaschoen@new.rr.com - I am looking for a possible name anyone may have?! Josiah Taylor, we've been told 1st cousin to Zachary Taylor of Orange County VA, 12th president of course. Ok, so, we've got it down that Josiah's father is brother to Richard, however we have that name listed as James Taylor, of which I am unable to confirm because from what I can tell (and I don't have all the info) no James Taylor directly relates to Richard (Zachary's Father).. My Grandmother and I would be so grateful for any information you could send our way... Just to give you a little back ground, we are related through Pitkin Taylor of DeWitt Co. Texas...awesome history...the "Sutton-Taylor" feud is out lineage! woo hoo!

851 - 8/23/2009 4:48:45 PM - zeldahcenturytel.net - searching for the marriage of James Foster and Eliza Taylor.possible time 1775/1825.Amelia Co. or Prince Edward co.VA. Thanks for any help.

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