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1288 - 7/26/2013 7:25:21 PM - jamesevatt@hotmail.com - I have some info about the William Taylor 1773-1840 submitted by jshipe@houston.rr.com. the tombstone is on my property.

1287 - 7/14/2013 6:54:53 AM - knightmaryfrances@yahoo.com - My uncle was Herman Lamar Taylor, born in Wilcox Co., Georgia June 19, 1942. Whom passed away February 15, 1962 in Jacksonville, Florida from complications in a car accident. Herman is buried in Columbus, GA in the Riverside Cemetery. He was married to Annette Williams from Columbus, Georgia and had a half-brother, Ted Jones and he was a Radio Announcer. I'm looking for his family and Penny (their daughter)was born in Jacksonville, Florida, Herman Lamar Taylor, Jr. born in either Columbus, Georgia or Phonix City, Alabama, the later part of February 1962. Please help to find.

1286 - 7/8/2013 9:45:55 PM - knightmaryfrances@yahoo.com - Nathaniel Taylor born 1680 and his son, Issac Taylor born 1710, who came to Virginia from Ireland about 1740 and assisted in settling in Augusta County, Botetourt County and Montgomery County, Virginia. I believe I am related and would like any information. Please share.

1282 - 4/30/2013 4:28:39 PM - doznotexist@mtsonline.net - Any info on John R Taylor born 1818 in Whitestown, Pa. would be welcome. I believe he married a Mary (?). Together they had a daughter named Martha near Plum, Pa.

1280 - 4/29/2013 3:50:50 PM - antiestowe@gmail.com - I am wondering if you can help me locate infomation on my great great great grandfather John Taylor, who married Eliza Arthur. I have always been told that they were native americans. I believe they were Choctaw Indians, not exactly sure. Out of this union they had sons "Charles James Taylor" who was my great grandfather and "John Taylor". They possibly could have had other children. Charles James Taylor immigrated to Bermuda in the 1800's and married Jane Ann Alick. I would greatly appreciate any assistance you can offer me. Thanks!! Ianthia - hailing from the Bermuda Island of Bermuda.

1273 - 1/22/2013 8:52:40 AM - xyzgraham@aol.com - I am researching my family tree and am a descendant of Captain Benjamin Clements, born in Ameilia Co. Virginia around 1700 and married to Susannah Hill. So far, I show his parents are listed as William Clements and Ann Taylor. I can find nothing on Ann Taylor and am hoping you might have some information. They probably would have been married in Ameilia or Orange Virginia somewhere around 1670-80

1266 - 11/3/2012 3:15:21 PM - kdelanoy@antiochne.edu - One of my great, great grandfathers was George Michael Delanoy, married to Elizabeth Taylor. I am trying to find his father or mother. My information on Elizabeth Taylor is that her father was Pollywycopus William Taylor who was the youngest son of a British nobleman

1240 - 8/20/2012 10:40:14 AM - oleta472@aol.com - My grandmother was leola Winkler ahe married Zeb Farthing of Boone, NC. Her mother was lela Taylor,and her father was Randy Taylor and mother Rebecca Moody kirby.I think Kirby must have adopted her. I traces the mother side Moody back to Plyver Baeber born in 1740 in Augusta county, NC. I am still resurching the Taylor name.

1158 - 7/12/2012 8:23:19 AM - jm77taylor@yahoo.com - I am looking for information about my grandparent, Jesse Love Taylor, born 1874-1950, parents. He lived in Dunklin County, Cardwell, MO, and married Nora Ann Whitehead from Malden. I believe his parents were born in Tennessee as shown on census but no names listed. I am trying to trace Taylor side of family. If anyone can help, I would appreciate it so much. The census shows he had a brother named Frank. On my grandfather's death certificate, it shows his father's name as Joe Taylor; no name is given for mother. Thank you

1157 - 7/2/2012 3:43:01 PM - benmel123@gmail.com - I am looking for information on William Jessie Taylor born in or about 1883 in Arkansas.. His children were Samuel, Horace, Francis, Jesie Lee, Dorothy and Harry - all born in Tennessee. He may have been adopted. Any help is greatly appreciated.

1156 - 6/17/2012 2:47:11 PM - attn.ttaylor@yahoo.com - Looking for info on the Taylor Brothers who died at the Alamo. Sons of Anson Taylor and Wife Elizabeth Maley Taylor. Parents had died before sons went to Alamo. What year they were married and how long? Info on the other children? Thanks. T.Taylor

1146 - 5/21/2012 8:00:51 AM - itsmecac@yahoo.com - I am looking for information on the family of Timothy C. Taylor. Served in 13 regiment in Effington, NH (19 Aug 1862) on the Union side.

1129 - 3/31/2012 7:17:59 AM - grandmak33@yahoo.com - My family information is from the Scott-Holeman branch. Dorcas Ann married 1 - Strong Wood (Woods) about 1841 and they had a daughter, Mary Hannah Woods who married my Elisha Scott. Dorcas married 2nd Andrew Taylor and 3rd Thomas Holeman. The son of Thomas Holeman and Dorcas was my line, James P. Holeman. They are buried at the Creek Co. Oklahoma cem. Obituary of Dorcas Ann Holeman and Thomas Holeman. My Elisha Scott married the daughter of Dorcas and Strong Wood. ELISHA SCOTT Jr., b. 20 Jul 1840 in Boone Co.Indiana, d. Jan 1901 in Fall River,Kansas Father Elisha Scott Mother Mary A. married MARY HANNA WOOD,28 MAR 1864 b. 8 AUG 1843, Cincinnati,Hamilton,OH d. 27 Nov 1930, Fall River,Kansas Father of Mary Wood ... Strong Wood Mother of Mary Wood ... Dorcas Ann Taylor marriage of Elisha Scott and Mary Hannah Wood: The Fall River News, Friday, Jan. 11, 1901, Pg. 1 Vol. III, No. 14 Elisha Scott Was born in Boone county, Indiana, July 20th, 1840, emigrated with his parents to Laclede county, Mo., in the fall of 1850, united to the Christian church in 1858 or 59, being baptized in the Dry Glaze, volunteered in the Union army in June 1861; was mustered out November 20th, 1865, at Benton Barracks, Mo. Was married March 24th, 1864, to Miss Mary H. Wood, and moved to Greenwood county, Kansas, in April, 1883. “The first vote I ever cast was for Abraham Lincoln for his second term for president.” The above was written by Mr. Scott some time prior to his death,and in anticipation of that event, as he had been in very poor health for several years past. In fact more than a year ago it was not thought possible that he could live but a very short time. Consumption was the dreaded disease with which he had to contend. He died January 6th, 1901. His wife survives him. No man in our town was held in higher esteem then was Elisha Scott. In his death the community loses a good citizen. I have photo's of the grave stone http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/civilwar/images/Elisha%20Scott.JPG Holeman - Dec. 15, 1899 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Levi Morgan, Mrs. Dorcas Ann Holeman died. Dorcas Ann Taylor was born in Hopkins County, Kentucky, Dec. 18, 1820, henco lacked just three days of being 79 years of age. The greater part of her early life was spent in Union County, KY, while yet in Kentucky she married Thomas Holeman with whom she lived until his death the 12th of last September. With her husband she removed from Kentucky to Missouri in 1856 where they remained unil 1880 when they came to Kansas settling in this county near Fall River. They remained here until a few years ago they went to the Indian Territory. They returned to Fall River last September about a week before Mr. Holeman's death. She leaves eight children, five sons, and three daughters. The sons a re in the Indian Territory and Oklahoma; one daughter, Mrs. Roles is in Oregon, and two , Mrs. Elisha Scott and Mrs. Levi Morgan are here. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Masters, of the New Lig ht Church, of which denomination Mrs. Holeman was a member. She had pass ed her allotted "three score and ten" and was ready and willing to enter upon her eternal rest. Obituary taken from the Fall River, KS News 1899 Obituary Sept. 12 1890 at the home of Elisha Scott, in this city, Rev. Thomas Holeman died, in the 80th year of his age. Mr. Holeman lived in this community for many years until some 12 years ago he removed to Arkansas. He went from there to the Indian Territory, where he had lived since. He came back to Fall River a week before his death. He had been a minister of the gospel for about 60 years. He leaves an aged wife who was with him at the time of his death, and who is in quite poor health. Also a daughter here, Mrs. Levi Morgan; a step daughter, Mrs. E. Scott at whose home he died and several sons in the Indian Territory. The funeral sermon was prsented Wednesday by Elder Masters of Fredonia. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ from Find A Grave: Dorcas Ann Taylor Holeman Birth: Dec. 18, 1820 Hopkins County Kentucky, USA Death: Dec. 15, 1899 Fall River Greenwood County Kansas, USA Wife of Thomas Holeman Age 78yr. 1mo. 27da. Dorcas Ann Taylor was born in Hopkins County, Kentucky, Dec.18,1820, hence lacked three days of being 79 years of age. The greater part of her early life was spent in Union County, Kentucky, while yet in Kentucky she married Thomas Holeman with who she lived until his death the 12th of last September. With her husband she removed from Kentucky to Missouri in 1856 where she remained until 1880 when they came to Kansas settling in this county near Fall River. They remained here until a few years ago they went to the Indian Territory. They returned to Fall River last September about a week before Mr. Holeman's death. She leaves eight children, five sons, and three daughters. The sons are in the Indian Territory and Oklahoma; one daughter, Mrs. Roles is in Oregon, and two, Mrs. Elisha Scott and Mrs. Levi Morgan are here. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Masters, of the New Light Church, of which denomination Mrs. Holeman was a member. She has passed her allotted "three score and ten" and was ready willing to enter upon her eternal rest. Obituary taken from the Fall River, KS News 1899 Holeman-Dec 15th, 1899 Mrs. Dorcas Ann Holeman died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Levi Morgan. Dorcus was married to Strong Wood and they had a daughter, Mary Hannah Wood. Info provided by Bev Kendall Family links: Spouses: Thomas Holeman (1821 - 1899) Andrew Taylor (1820 - 1847)* Children: Mary Hannah Wood Scott (1843 - 1930)* Andrew Taylor (1846 - 1947)* Lydia Jane Holeman Morgan (1849 - 1917)* James Phillip Holeman (1850 - 1919)* John Squire Holeman (1853 - 1935)* *Calculated relationship Burial: Charleston Cemetery Fall River Greenwood County Kansas, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Judy Record added: Jun 02, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 53170253

1115 - 3/8/2012 10:54:37 AM - nrmmj@airmail.net - I am looking for thomas taylor b 1748 orange co va died 1810 blount co tn married elizabeth miller

1100 - 2/24/2012 12:23:12 PM - debbiemg53@gmail.com - I am researching information related to my great grandmother Grace Taylor born in Pennsylvania in 1890's. She advised us for many years tht she was 1/2 Black foot Indian. That is all that I know about her. Any information will help. Thanks. debbiemg53@gmail.com

1093 - 2/18/2012 10:17:48 AM - taylordl1975@yahoo.com - My g g g grandfather is John Martin Taylor buried in Camp Verdi, Tx,his wife name was Nora Etta Bandy, they had like 10 child. John's dad was born in Cooks, County Illinois in 1822. Does this ring a bell with anyone. My gr grandfather was Henry Isaac LEE Taylor, my grandfather was Leslie Thomas Taylor, and my dad was Robert Lee Taylor.

1084 - 2/11/2012 6:11:41 PM - taylordl1975@yahoo.com - I am interested in the post at the beginning of this website, someone had written that they had an old family bible with name and dates, mentioning John M.(martin) Taylor. Date of Death Dec. 15, 1917. This man is my Great Great grandfather. He was married to Nora Etta Bandy. I would like to find more info, on HIS father. So far, I have found that is father is simply Taylor, born 1822, in Cooks, County Illnios. I am trying to find the person that posted that comment about the family bible.

1077 - 1/10/2012 9:51:04 PM - conniecovington@hotmail.com - Added from #883 I have a new email was lexicovington@hotmail.com. I know someone has to know this family.My Grgrgrgrandfather was John B/M ? Smith. In 1827 when he married Jane Shell in Hamilton Co. Illinois he was listed as JOHN M. SMITH But in the 1850 & 1860 he was listed as JOHN B. SMITH. His children were Sarah & Lewis twins, Nancy ,Layfette, Rufus M. & John Smith. I dont know if John M Smith changed his name or it was a mistake to begin with. But I found their marrige & his Brother was Samuel Smith who came with him to Illinois around 1825-27. Their father was Richard Smith. This family were either Native American or Jane Shell was Native American. Because Nancy Smith daughter of John B Smith in a photograph I have of her wearing an arrowhead necklace. She looks indian. My great uncle told me his grandmother was Cherokee. Anyway, Nancy married John W. Brown 1857 had a son 1860 Matthew Brown Hamilton Co. Illinois. They DIVORCED then she married my grgrgreat grandfather Alex/Eli Taylor. Have NEVER found them together or with children. My grgrandmother Mary BTaylor on her marriage lic written in says:NO MOTHER OR FATHER IN THIS STATE SAID BRO. MATTHEW BROWN & STEP FATHER JOHN W. BROWN GIVES PERMISSION TO MARRY. I cant find her living with stepfather or anyone!???!On the other hand DIVORCE papers say she was married to Alex Taylor & was secertly seeing ex John W. Brown . John W. Brown gave written statement to the event.But John Lane who had a daughter named Nancy Lane was also married around the time my Nancy Smith Brown would have married Alex Taylor. This John Lane gave my Nancy Smith Brown away to Alex as said Father!?!! I need help on this stwist of fate. I just think after 26 years on Nancy Smith Im about to find out what is what. I need help. I got all this info. From the court houses in Saline Co. & Hamilton CO. Illinois. HELP with my Taylors please!

1075 - 1/6/2012 11:08:40 AM - robbie-david@cox.net - I am related to Joseph Taylor b. abt. 1794 d. abt. 1873. Married Mary Crosen. They were from Augusta County VA. Joseph's father was George Taylor and mo. was Agnes Lunsford. All Taylor's where from the Augusta County area. Joseph had a brother named Larkin (born within same time period). Please contact me for more info, question, etc. I am looking for the correct George Taylor (there is confussion between the birth dates of Geo. Taylor 1770 and a George Height b. 1762......). Thanks, Robbie

1072 - 12/30/2011 5:35:43 PM - elmemmo@aol.com - Looking for any information about the following: I recently came across William Taylor's obit in the Irish Times and was shocked to learn that he died in Gonzales County Texas May of 1877 at the age of 45. I have no idea what he was doing there since his family was still in Ireland nor do I know the circumstances of his death or where he is buried. I am hoping some one can help me with this mystery. William Taylor Esq. (only son of Alfred Taylor Esq.) b. about 1832 Dublin Ireland m.October 1851 Dublin Ireland d. May 1877 Gonzales County Texas Wife Charlotte Bennett died in Ireland years later. Thank you for any help!

1071 - 12/25/2011 7:24:17 PM - jltx2@verizon.net - I'm looking for info on John Taylor born in Delaware.he had a son Samuel H. Taylor born in Pennsylvania in 1813.Samuel's wife was Mary Ann? They had a son John M. Taylor born March 9-1834 and died 3-20-1911 in Phila.. John Married Elizabeth M. Hazzard the daughter of Joseph Hazzard and Mary Morgan. John and Elizabeth had 9 children while living in Philadelphia. Elizabeth died in Atlantic City N.J 5-1-1902. One child was Samuel Spencer Scott Taylor who was my grandfather born 11-27-1864 and died 10-12-1914. I have more info to share if anyone can make a connection.

1066 - 11/28/2011 9:34:58 AM - dai@world-net.net - Are there any requirements for burial at the Taylor cemetery in Cuero? Can just anyone decide who can be buried there even if they are not related to the Taylors or Bennetts?

1065 - 11/27/2011 11:11:24 PM - 1AEQueen@comcast.net - I am looking for information that ancestors of Abner Taylor and some brothers(I thnk from North Carolina) that settled in Madison County (Medon/Uptonville)TN and Henderson, TN and Trenton TN. Later some moved to Arkansas and Texas. I am also interested in personal property they had i.e. list of slaves. My great grandfather James(Jim)was born in 1853 and maried Elvira Springfield in 1880. Ultimate Goal is to identify who Jim's mother was.

1055 - 11/12/2011 9:14:58 AM - jacktaylorjr@yahoo.com - I am the GGgrandson of William Washington Taylor, b 1819 in NC and died in Claiborne Parish, LA in 1890. My gggrandmother said his father was Kinchen Taylor, whose father was William Taylor, a member of the Continental Congress and a Lt. in the Revolutionary War. His father was George was a member of the Va. Convention at which Patrick Henry made his famous speech. This seems to indicate a connection to Col. George Taylor from Orange County, Va and his son William Taylor who died in Louisville, Ky. However there is no record of a Kinchen Taylor connected to this William Taylor. I am a dead end here. Let me know if you have any ideas or help. Thanks.

1054 - 10/25/2011 1:14:07 PM - taylornky@gmail.com - I am looking for any infor on my ggfather. His name was Gilbert( Gilb )Taylor. I have no infor on his parents names or brothers or sisters. I have always been told he was full blood Cherokee from N.C. that came to SE Ky. My father was born in 1929,so i would think my ggfather would have be born give or take around 1880.If anyone has any infor it would be more then kind of you,if you would email me at taylornky@gmail.com.I would be so thankful. Thank you

1050 - 10/20/2011 1:45:20 PM - martha4866@sbcglobal.net - Margarette M Johnson b. 1839 m. a Taylor between 1860 1863 when her daughter Minerva Jane Taylor waa born in 1867 her son Tom L. Taylor was born. She lived in humphrys co Tn. The court house burned and her husband is not living with her in 1870 when the census was taken. He could have died in the War?? I would appreciate any help. Martha

1043 - 10/12/2011 9:09:13 AM - marilyn613@gmail.com - At ancestry.com, there is a great deal of very confusing information regarding what appears to be Joseph Taylor, SR., including a middle name of "Zackary". I am hoping that there are some members of this organization who subscribe to ancestry.com who might set some of the craziness straight for me?????

1032 - 9/4/2011 2:29:54 PM - 1956gritsgal@comcast.net - I am searching for Charles Taylor in the Rome NY area, born circa 1830. He was married to Lois Palmer, from Rome NY, and had one known son, Leonard, who married a Maggie Brown.

1030 - 8/19/2011 7:57:09 PM - cowelll3@aol.com - Henry Taylor, related to President Zachary Taylor had a daughter, Lydia Keturah who was said to be Cherokee. Was it through her mother?

1027 - 8/15/2011 10:48:16 AM - caarms@sbcglobal.net - I am looking for information on my great grandfather William Taylor. He was married to Ida Risley and Nancy Halley. I do not have much information on him other than he lived in Southern Illinois around Mt. Vernon and Mcleansboro (Jefferson and Hamilton counties)and that he was born around 1856. I believe that his middle initial is M.? Any help or feedback would be appreciated.

1025 - 7/29/2011 10:14:37 PM - henningsel@yahoo.com - I am looking for the father or parents of William C Taylor born 1784-86 in Appling GA and buried in Sylvan Abbey, Clearwater, FL Married to Lavincia (Lavina) Stancil born 1788 married to William in Nash Co NC Children: John Stansil Taylor born in flordia.

1021 - 6/22/2011 6:11:07 PM - martha4866@sbcglobal.net - Margarette M Johnson,b. 1839 m. between 1860 and 1863 a Taylor. She lived in Humphrys co., Tn. In 1863 she had a daughter Minerva and in 1867 she had a son Thomas L.. In 1870 she is living with her sister Cordelia and her two children. There is no husband. Was he killed in the War? Did he die from illness or did he just leave?

1019 - 5/17/2011 2:48:37 PM - robbie-david@cox.net - I am looking for info on Joseph Taylor b. 1794 , married to Mary (Polly) croson in 1829 and died 1873 lived in Augusta, Va. He is my family .

1015 - 5/2/2011 10:01:32 AM - tbredehoft@alink.com - Looking for ancestors/descendants of Thomas Taylor, b 1788, Howick, Northumblerland, Eng, Parents John & Mary C Taylor, buried in Newark, Ohio, D July 25, 1834 in the 46 yr of his life.

1014 - 4/26/2011 5:16:15 PM - bsugarloaf@yahoo.com - Looking for imformation on Granmother-Name was Maude Taylor-born 1889-Married Otis or Od Johnson-Live in Mississippi in 1919-because her dauther was born there-My Mother. They had 9 or 11 Children-I know nothing of Grandmother or Grandfather.All have pass away now.I was told as a Child my Grandmother is Native American--My Grandfather German. My Grandmother was on OK Native rolls way back--Also a Brother, I seen there native card. So I do think Grandmother was Native American- & she looked it too.Also so did my Mother. I was not raised with Family till later in life-So I have no other information other than a few Aunts name. Please Help anyone who knows Grandfather Name Or My Grandmother--They are both buried in Mississippi now.

1013 - 4/25/2011 4:34:28 PM - jaconway@att.net - Genealogy: We have a Louis Taylor who's family was from France, don't know where. He was in VA also and we heard he came from a Southern Plantation but left after the Civil War because of the distruction. He ended up in Spring Bluff MO marriedf to Hanna Bates also from the South, but don't know where. They had 5 kids in MO. Any info on them would greatly be appreciated. Thanks Judi

1012 - 4/18/2011 4:42:21 AM - ctmcbrayer@hotmail.com - I am trying to find information on my great grandparents, William and Maggie Stevenson Taylor. They were in Iron Duff, Haywood County, NorthCarolina in the 1900 census, living beside her sister, Charlotte Stevenson Crawford and her family. If you might have any information on my William Taylor I would be forever indebted. Thank you so much. Cheryl Taylor McBrayer

1011 - 4/12/2011 9:53:03 AM - rolltidefamily5@yahoo.com - I am looking for information on my 5th G GrandFather William M. Taylor bn. 1810 SC? He Married Leo Cadeo Benenhaley of Sumter, SC. I am looking for information on his Father, does anyone recognize this William Taylor? I have not been able to locate any information on his Father or anything of his family before his Marriage to Leo Cadeo Benenhaley, I do know that I am descende from his son John Taylor who died in the Civil war in Sharpsburgh in 1862 and he was married to Avarilla Jane Dopson, John's son was John Henry Taylor bn.1853 Pike Co. Ga. I have all documents taking it back to William and Leo but nothing further, any information would be appreciated.

1010 - 3/29/2011 11:31:19 AM - herbglynda@cox.net - TAYLOR, JOHN W. I am looking for information about my great great grandfather, John W. Taylor, who married Cynthia J. Fletcher on December 28, 1864 in Independent, Van Buren Co., IA. My grandfather Zelmer (Taylor)Hughes was their offspring and was adopted by Cynthia Fletcher's sister, Mary A. Fletcher and her husband, Powell Waltrous Hughes in about 1874, when my grandfather was about 6 years old. I am trying to find out what happened to John W. Taylor and Cynthia J. Fletcher, after their marriage in December of 1864???

1009 - 3/28/2011 2:23:35 PM - dicken@ohio.edu - Hi, I am working on my Mother-In-Laws family tree and I could use some help. She is related to Robert Taylor who married Sally Bailey in Groton, Connecticut. I know that he died in June 1788, but I am unable to find out anymore info. I hope there is someone that can help me. I am trying to finish this up for Mother's Day. Thanks for any help.

1008 - 3/28/2011 12:59:39 PM - ctmcbrayer@hotmail.com - I am trying to find information on my great grandparents, William and Maggie Stevenson Taylor. They were in Iron Duff, Haywood County, North Carolina in the 1900 census, living beside her sister, Charlotte Stevenson Crawford and her family. The only child that I am aware of was m grandfather, Jarvis W. Taylor, born in April of 1891 in Iron Duff. If you might have any information on my William Taylor I would be forever indebted.

1007 - 3/22/2011 4:33:19 PM - patience_is_kool@hotmail.com - i am looking for my farther benjiman taylor i do not know anything about him but if any of you do please say so i would really love it

1006 - 3/6/2011 10:47:23 AM - cowpoke38@yahoo.com - This is my Grandfather Name: Horace Taylor Age in 1910: 9 Estimated Birth Year: 1901 Birthplace: Texas Relation to Head of House: Son Father's Name: A A Taylor Father's Birth Place: Mississippi Mother's Birth Place: Arkansas Home in 1910: Justice Precinct 4, Limestone, Texas Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age A A Taylor 44 Jesse Taylor 20 Autrey Taylor 14 Henry L Taylor 11 Horace Taylor 9 Tiny Taylor 6

1005 - 3/5/2011 11:39:54 AM - epalw@hotmail.com - I am looking for Mary "Mollie" Taylor born about 1860 in Hope, Arkansas. She was married to Jacob A. Jones also born in Arkansas. She had either two brothers or uncles with the names George Taylor and John Taylor. Please put Taylor in your email subject line. I would appreciate any information.

1004 - 3/2/2011 8:53:09 AM - artistbob1937@aol.com - are there any pennsylvania taylors out there? i'm searching for james and margaret taylor bald eagle pa. son nathan was born in bald eagle in 1775 looking for ancestors of james and margaret and siblings of nathan i have no idea where james and margaret came from need their parents and any info i can get on them i'll appreciate any help any one cares to share with me thank you bob banks

1003 - 2/26/2011 11:27:17 AM - taylor_realty@windstream.net - Abel Taylor son of Abel Taylor son of Abel Taylor Va Wv

1001 - 2/20/2011 3:29:00 PM - stravins@optonline.net - I am looking for ancestral information on Rachel Taylor who is listed in the Berkeley County, VA (now WV) marriage record books as having married Caleb Levick on January 13, 1793.

1000 - 2/8/2011 10:01:09 PM - beads-n-blazes@hotmail.com - Looking for info on the Taylor family of Joseph N Taylor (b Jan 18, 1762 Albany NY died 4 Aug 1848 Taylor Crossroads Overton Co. Tn) married Catherine VanDyke (b 1765 Albany NY d 1836 Taylor Crossroads) they had 10 children. Their son Simeon Lewis, (my next in line was born, 1795 Sullivan Tn d 1860 Overton Co Tn.)married Alice Jane Conner (b 1804 Cumberland Co Ky d abt 1853 Overton Co Tn)they had 10 children but I do not have a lot of info on them, I know 4 sons fought on the confederate side and 1 son for the Union. Their son John Wesley Taylor is my next in line (was born 22 Aug 1849 Overton Co Tn.d 29 Dec 1917 Pickett Co. Tn) married Nancy Angeline Payne (b 5 Jul 1852 Overton Co Tn d 13 Mar 1939 Overton Co. Tn)They had 6 children. I would also love to hear more on the Payne family if anyone knows. Their son would be my gr gr grandfather John Shelton Taylor (b 23 Jan 1876 Overton Co Tn d 15 Dec 1963) married Martha Jane Clark (b 16 Apr 1878 Adair Co Ky d 20 Oct 1940 Pickett Co.Tn) Next is my Grandmother Fannie Mae Thelma Taylor (b 28 Jul 1904 Pickett Co Tn. d 30 Dec 2003 Posey Co. Indiana yes at 99 yrs old) married Arnold Jackson Logan (b 11 Sept 1901 Pickett Co. Tn d 24 Sep 1979 Posey Co.Indiana)they had 6 children 3 are still living. Would be happy to get any info, but especially more on older generations. thanks

998 - 1/29/2011 9:34:00 PM - robbie-david@cox.net - I am looking for George Taylor b. 1762 d.1834. he was married to Agnes Lunsford b. 1773 d.1814 m. 1790 in Amherst, Va. George is the fa. of Joseph Taylor b. 1794 d.1873. Spouse is Mary Polly Croson b. 1797 . I can't locate George (wrote that his fa. is William (Will Taylor). I appreciate your replay. Thank you, Robbie Taylor

997 - 1/27/2011 8:15:09 AM - weefuddled@comcast.net - Seeking information regarding several members of the Taylor family from Wayne Co. NC, north of the Neuse River [1850 census] Rezziah Taylor 1812 william taylor 1834 Mary Taylor 1836 Edwin Taylor 1838 Josiah Taylor 1841 John Taylor 1849 I've found nothing more for Rezziah Taylor. William Taylor I believe to be living with the Perkins family in Marengo Co. Alabama [1860] next door to his older brother, Stephen Taylor who had married Amanda Parker. William married Caroline Perkins and had two sons. He died during the Civil War. Mary Ann "Polly" Taylor married David Winborn/Winbon/Winburn in Wayne Co NC [1858] prior to moving to Johnson Co NC [1860] then to Perry Co AL by 1870 They moved to Jackson Co MS prior to 1874 where David Winborn died [per obit in newspaper] leaving a unnamed wife and child. Mary Ann's brother Edwin M. Taylor was living in Jackson Co. MS. E. M. Taylor [Edwin] servered in the Civil War in Alabama but removed to Jackson Co MS by 1870 where he farmed in Vancleave and served as a Deputy Sheriff in Ocean Springs. He is buried in a Vancleave cemetery. Josiah Taylor I've only found on 1870 census for Perry Co Al, married to a Mollie [surname unknown] living next to his sister Mary Ann Windburn and brother, Stephen Taylor. I have nothing on John Taylor. Stephen Taylor, the elder brother, was listed with as farm labor for a Mr. Exum in Wayne Co NC. in 1850. He and brother William relocated to MarengoCo Al by the 1860 census. Stephen and Amanda [Parker] Taylor lived in Perry Co Al by 1870 then returned to Marengo Co AL for the 1880 census. Amanda and children were living with son Robert L. Taylor in Wilcox Co Al for the 1900 census but joined Stephen in Jackson Co MS for the 1910 census. They both passed away before 1915 and are buried next to Edwin M. Taylor in a Vancleave cemetery. On the 1880 Marengo Co Al census Stephen and Amanda Taylor are listed with children: Pernecia 17 Lula/Loula 12 Tom 10 Bobby 7 Simson S. 1 David Childers 5 nephew I am seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Simson Taylor and this David Childers/Childres, Josiah Taylor and Mary Ann Winborn, daugher Betti Winborn. Any clue would be most appreciated. Respectfully, Linda Harris

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