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815 - 4/13/2009 3:00:46 AM - aeromold@cox.net - I am looking for information on my Great Great Grandfther John Taylor. I have documentation and original photos that says he was a Parson in Alabama. The photo of his tombstone shows a date of birth Feb 20 1807 and death Feb 19 1885. His wife Mary M. is also on the same stone showing her date of birth July 27 1808 and death Jan 11 1868. The cemetery is near Frankfort, Alabama. There may be some confusion that this person is the same as John Henry Taylor as I have seen my Great Great Grandfathers picture associated with John Henry's information on www.ancestry.com. Are there two John Taylors buried at the Tayloe cemetery? That would explain the confusion. John Henry's wife was Eliza and not Mary unless he was married more than once. The john Taylor in my family had a son named Evans Randolph Taylor which is my Great Grandfather. Evans Taylor had a daughter named Lucy Pairley Taylor which was my grandmother. I have in my possession the tin type picture of my John Taylor that I think is being associated with a different person. Any help would be much appreciated. Best regards

814 - 4/4/2009 12:05:16 PM - neenee1957@att.net - Searching for Mary Taylor b. 1850 in IL. Her Father was born in IL and her mother was born in Ala. Mary married Frank S Harlan of Paducah, KY. Any help would really be appreciated. Thanks

813 - 4/4/2009 7:01:14 AM - kenpennytaylor@woh.rr.com - Looking for any information on Vinson M. L. Taylor from Gibson Co., Tn Born abt 1821, married 3 times ~ Ellen Carlton, Sarah Frances Fielder, and Margaret Patterson. He owned quite a bit of land in Gibson Co. and at one time was a Sheriff

810 - 3/12/2009 6:57:41 PM - gottaluvgrits@yahoo.com - Samuel Taylor b. about 1817 in Delaware m. Elizabeth? b. about 1822. They lived in Galena/Kennedyville Maryland. Their children were: Catherine b. 1845, William H. b. 1847, Samuel Hiles b. 1849. Here is where it gets sketchy. In the 1860 census, Samuel is now married to Rebecca b. about 1834. There is a Virginia b. 1851, a name I can't make out for sure but it could be Henry b. 1853, Ellen b. 1855, James S. b. 1857, John b. 1858, and Andrew J. b. 1859, and the three that were birthed by Elizabeth. I know that the elder Samuel was born in Delaware and had a brother named Frank. That is about all of the information that I have on the elder Taylor brothers. I think something must have happened in the family because Samuel Hiles never mentioned his father in 70 years worth of diaries. I know that the elder Samuel was still alive about 1900 because he was living with Andrew J. in Maryland (per the census). Any information that anyone could furnish would be greatly appreciated.

809 - 3/9/2009 5:16:07 AM - PrarieLady@aol.com - Wanted info on: FRAZIER TAYLOR,SR (1769-1841). birth: 30th of May, 1769 in Taylorstown, Washington Co., Pennsylvania. Married: Rebecca Sprague. Children: James, Jesse, Benjamin Franklin, Caroline, Frazier, Mary, William, Rebecca, Margaret Elizabeth, John, Eleanor. He resided in: Washington Co, Ohio; Jefferson Co., Ohio; and Belmont Co, Ohio. died: Dec 1841 in Mead Twp, Belmont Co., Ohio.

808 - 3/2/2009 9:59:48 PM - aidanmom@comcast.net - i am looking for any information abou tmy fathers side of the family. i only knwo my grandparents names which were George A. Taylor who married Lillie Alice Rose. i know they had at least 2 kids John W. Taylor and Nellie. any info on tha tpart of my family would be really appriciated

807 - 2/25/2009 11:45:32 PM - mountainhigh@comcast.net - I am the great great granddaughter of Christopher H. Taylor and his wife Eliza Henry Taylor of Norwich, Ct. Although they had four children only two lived to adulthood, one being my Great grandfather George Taylor who lived his adult life in the Quincy, IL. area.He had four Children, May Ella Taylor Wyatt, Edward R. Taylor, Evertte Taylor and my grandfather George Taylor. They were all born in the 1870's.I am wondering if there are any Cousins from the family around? Please write. Also I'm very interested in the Taylor ancestor's in the Ct. and Ri. area, especially the Samuel Taylor family of Stoneington, Ct. area. sandy

806 - 2/23/2009 4:27:38 PM - blpmjp98@aol.com - I am looking for information on Oda Taylor. She is my great grandmother and I can not find any information on her family for our family tree. She was born December 25, 1899 in Henderson County Tennessee and married Louis Earl Pritchard in 1917. She had two children Lorice and Maddie Sue. They moved to Caruthersville MO sometime early in their marriage.

805 - 2/20/2009 1:08:18 PM - rlaw1@windstream.net - I am descended from Cincinnatus Taylor, who was born about 1817 in South Carolina. By 1850 he was married with several children and living in Rabun County, Georgia. I am looking for information about his family background. I have never found any reference to him before 1850. I would be most grateful if anyone can supply me with any information.

802 - 2/16/2009 6:16:50 PM - ajohnson1226@bellsouth.net - I am looking for more information on Thomas Taylor that married Elizabeth Miller. Thomas Taylor was born 1748 in Orange Co., VA which is on his tombstone in Tennessee. His death was Nov. 22, 1810. They traveled from Orange Co., VA. to Knox Co.,TN., Blount Co., TN. Their children are David, Isaac, Martha, Andrew, Isabell, Campbell, George Washington Taylor, Amanda, Baldwin Harle Taylor, Thomas Jefferson Taylor, Henderson Taylor.

801 - 2/9/2009 11:59:52 AM - angelasmit@aol.com - Mary TAYLOR, born Va. late 1700s/very early 1800s, moved to LOGAN CO. KY. married LILBORN WRIGHT in 1819 in Logan Co., Ky.; moved 1819 to COOPER CO., MO., returned to Logan Co. Ky before 1824. Had three children: Daughter (given name unknown; Susanna E., born 1824 in Logan Co. Ky. died 1865 in Saline Co. Ark., and Benjamin Franklin Wright born 1826 in Logan Co. Ky., died July 1869. Lilburn died 1835, in Ky. or Tn.; Mary Taylor Wright moved to SALINE CO.ARK., died on October 19, 1844, buried in Lee Cemetery, Saline Co. Ark.

800 - 2/4/2009 10:01:06 AM - vanessa2132@cableone.net - I am looking for relatives of Julia Arminta Taylor. She was born July 20, 1898 In Stone County MO. She married Thomas Wesley Craft on April 1, 1916. Her Children were Ulus Craft and Edith McGarr. She died January 14, 1984. They moved from Stone County in 1943 to Kuna,Idaho and then to Nampa,Idaho in 1953

799 - 2/2/2009 2:08:56 PM - taylormadetalk@yahoo.com - Searching for ancestors of JAMES W TAYLOR b abt 1760 SC, d abt 1840 Monroe Co. TN..married MARGARET M BURNS b 16 Sep 1771, d 20 Nov 1852, Monroe Co.Tn... married 1790........14 children one of which was SHADRICK TAYLOR, b abt 1795, d abt 1839, married ELIZABETH GRAY, B 8 Feb 1801, NC, d 15 Feb 1882....among three children was CLEVELAND BURNS TAYLOR, b 16 Mar 1836, d 7 Apr 1910, Monroe Co. TN, married MARY ADALINE BLANKENSHIP, b 18 Apr 1844, d 13 Oct 1904... SHADRICK TAYLOR was a Justice of the Peace when Bradley County TN was founded, by a vote of that court in 1836 Taylor's Place, owned by ANDREW TAYLOR, married JANE"JENNIE" BIGSBY,was named the county seat and the name changed to Cleveland to honor Col. CLEVELAND, a hero of the Battle of Kings Mountain in the Revolutionary War...(note that CLEVELAND BURNS TAYLOR was born in Bradley County the same year Taylor's Place was renamed Cleveland) Am certainly interested in ancestors of JAMES W TAYLOR and wife but also keenly desire info on children of CLEVELAND BURNS TAYLOR and any connection between this family and that of ANDREW TAYLOR and JENNIE BIGSBY TAYLOR... I appreciate any help and will gladly share information with you. Thank You, John Taylor

794 - 2/1/2009 2:33:14 PM - mrbryan0@lycos.com - Am looking for information that would confirm or expand on the following data. James Madison Taylor b: 2/22/1830 Phil. d: 11/15/1900 m: Mary Esther Johnson b: 1832 Both are buried in Chicago Children: Charles W. Taylor and Sallie M. Taylor James Madison Taylor's fa: Jeremiah Taylor b: 11/10/1797 d: 9/23/1870 married: Margaret Vickers b 1807 d 1889 1872 St. Peters Epis. Church in Phil. Her parents were Thomas Vickers and Caroline Klaussen (German-Hessein) her fa: was Jacob Klaussen Thomas Vickers was a 'Master Workman'(contractor) in Phil. and built piers in Phil. Jeremiah Taylor and Margaret Vickers are buried in Radner , PA Jeremiah Taylor's fa: Benjamin Taylor b: 2/25/1768 married Sarah (?) 1/16/1794 Please email with any details. Thanks.

793 - 1/27/2009 12:34:35 PM - artistbob1937@aol.com - i am looking for Pennsylvania taylors. i am a descendent of nathan and elizabeth from bald eagle in centre co. i'm trying to find his siblings and parents and any other ancestors. maybe i have info that will help someone else out there. bob banks

791 - 1/6/2009 8:19:33 AM - jleadfoot088@wmconnect.com - I am trying to locate John Henry Taylor Born August 25,1808 North Carolina,We are trying to figure out who his parents are..All we know about him is He was a State Represenative in 1866-1872 He married Elize E Curtis They had 9 children, Caroline Elizabeth,Pateince,Charles Alexander,Mary M, Andrew Jackson, Eliza Jane,Francis Marion,William Carroll. Most of there Children were born in Tenneessee and Winston County Alabama. We believed they migrated between 1830-1834 were they resided to live and raise family. John Henry died in 1880 and is buried in the Taylor Family cemetery which the name has changed to William Carroll Taylor Cemetery the story about the name change is really interested, John Henry had a son named William Carroll and when the cemetery was built his son layed the stones there for his parents, Those stones are there still today..All of us Taylor Kin Folk are stuck in finding out who his parents are.. We are also Stuck in findin out Eliza E Cagle's Parents as well, She was born around 1806 or 1807 in North Carolina She is buried Right beside her husband she died between 1880-1885, We would love for anyone that has information on this Taylor family to help us solve this long generation of searching for this family history, we have everything current on his children adn there children. Thanks

790 - 12/29/2008 6:42:31 PM - pdreed@sbcglobal.net - Nancy Ann Taylor was born 2/25/1806 and died 9/8/1875. She married Gray Briggs Barker and had a son Gray Briggs Barker Jr. born Aug 12, 1797.

789 - 12/29/2008 6:20:34 AM - kimpbarry@yahoo.com - I'm looking for information on a Rebecca Taylor. No info on her birth place or date but she must have been born in late 1700's. She married Ezekial Scoggin and had a daughter born in 1812 in North Carolina named Stacy Willamson Scoggin. Any info would be greatly appreciated. She would be my great x5 grandmother.

780 - 12/19/2008 12:08:27 PM - artistbob1937@aol.com - I am trying to find info on James Taylor 1750, married to a Margaret??. He supposidly is the father of Nathan Taylor of Penna., who is my gggrandfather. I need any info on James. It's difficult finding info about Penna. Taylors. All I seem to find are in Virginia and I don't know of any connections there.Any help I can get will be greatly appreciated.. Thanks very much. Bob Banks

778 - 12/13/2008 1:25:14 PM - taylorprt@triad.rr.com - I am seeking the parents of Perry Taylor (1815-1883) who married Sally Winstead in 1834 in Edgecomb County, NC. One of their sons, John Thomas Taylor (1854-after 1900)lived on Upper Fishing Creek, Edgecomb Co in 1880. In 1870 he was in Harrisburg, Wilson Co, NC. John Thomas married Sarah Pattie Carlisle about 1875. I have found a Joseph Taylor who bought land on both sides of Fishing Creek in 1781 & 1783. ( "Harrisburg, Granville County's First Settlement", compiled by Tapp Hancock. Granville Conncetions, Journal of the Granville county Genealogical Society 1746, Inc., Volume 2, Number 1, Winter 1996) I hope there is a connection, but I have not found it yet. Any help will be appreciated. I am happy to share any Taylor information on later generations.

775 - 12/10/2008 11:07:24 AM - jmpullen1234@aol.com - My ggg-grandfather was Greenville Andrew Pullen who was married about 1813 or 1814 to Mary Ann "Polly" Taylor. All I know about her is that she died about 1851 in Cass, GA. Any info.?

774 - 12/8/2008 8:28:32 PM - bubble207@yahoo.com - Does anyone have any info on PENDLETON TAYLOR m. CATHERINE MCDANIELS?? His son HENRY TAYLOR m. PAULINA BRAY, was my g,g,g, grandfather. The migrated from Grainger Co. Tenn. to Wolfe Co. Ky,. Seems Pendleton appeared out of nowhere!!!

761 - 11/29/2008 8:36:56 AM - ktaylor@amreit.com - My uncle David has done a fine job in tracing our lineage back to James Taylor who left Carlisle, England around 1658 and emigrated to Virginia. His research shows about ten generations including blood relative Zachary Taylor (12th president)and by marriage (James Madison (4th president), William Harrison (9th president) and Jefferson Davis (president of the Confederacy). I am trying to discover if any of the 4 Taylors that died in the Alamo are connected to the family tree. Three of the brothers' father was Anson Taylor who married Elizabeth Maley. Anson came from South Carolina. If anyone has information on Anson I would appreciate it. Best Regards, H.Kerr Taylor

760 - 11/28/2008 6:43:16 PM - johnr2@hotmail.com - Hi. I am looking for the children and ancestry of George Edmund Taylor born in Virginia in 1709. My 5g grandfather is James Taylor, husband of Eleanor Smith. I descend through their daughter, Grizelda, wife of John Collier. I have seen on the internet that George may be James' father. I need proof of this. If he is the father, I need George's ancestry.

759 - 11/20/2008 3:22:42 PM - angelwings77@suddenlink.net - looking for information concerning George Washington Taylor that was borned in South Carolina and moved to Monroe co. Mississippi. His Dad's name was George Benton Taylor who came frome England. Contack me at angelwings77@suddenlink.net

756 - 11/12/2008 12:02:37 PM - rsyow@bellsouth.net - North Carolina Mountain Taylor's.Are you my cousins?Looking for info. on Billie James Taylor.He and Maxizene Phillips had a son Billie James Taylor on 10/11/1945 Boone NC.Approx. 4 years later Maxizene Phillips daughter of Garfield and Belle Phillips of Todd NC married William Jake Woodring.Billie James Taylor then became Billie James Woodring.The only clue I have is that the name Billie is spelled wrong,It should be Billey for both of them.Would like to know some of my family history on the Taylor side.Thanks

751 - 11/8/2008 12:36:07 AM - clparr@sbcglobal.net - I would love to have someone to connect and share info or point me in the right direction***John M Taylor was the son of ?????????. He was born on March 16, 1816 SC; died July 5 1891 in Garner (Authon Community) TX Parker CO. He married Mary "Polly" Copeland daughter of W Thomas and Elizabeth "Betsy" Mount on August 18, 1846 in Caldwell CO KY p 326 by James C Weller . She was born in Wilson CO KY on March 28, 1827. She died July 24, 1879 in Garner (Authon Community) TX Parker CO. Both are buried in Authon Cemetery and information was taken from tombstones sites # 23-19 and 23-20. He was in J M Luckey Upton Monroe, Capts CO Parker CO July 1 1864. Children: Thomas R; Sarah Elizabeth; Reece H; George Washington; Nancy Jewel "Nannie"; Albert G; William "Willie" F; Mary Jane; ***Mariam Fannie; John M Jr; Telitha V "Tiny"; and Charles W

750 - 11/3/2008 9:45:51 PM - tayfam@backroads.net - I am looking for Charles Little Taylor (b. 8 FEB 1818 - Laurens County, SC) who married Mary Elizabeth Martin and they moved from Laurens, SC to Bartow County, Ga. and then either to La. or Tx. Does anyone have anything on them or their descendants? James Ronald Taylor

749 - 11/3/2008 6:44:16 PM - texvern@hotmail.com - My GGGrandfather Edward Taylor was born in Llangarren Hereford in 1808, he married Jane Taylor and moved to Aston Warwick where my Greatgrand Father was born Ernest George Edward Taylor. Any one looking up the same line I would be interested in hearing from

748 - 11/3/2008 5:52:59 AM - n.dollar@yahoo.com - TAYLOR-DOLLAR FAMILY - Looking for information on parents of my g-grandmother MARTHA ALICE TAYLOR ("MATTIE") b. 1865 d. abt. 1930 in TN. who married THOMAS PAYTON DOLLAR on January 18, 1883 in Madison Co. TN. They are buried in the Bethel Cemetery near Humbolt, TN. Please if you have any information on this family I would be very thankful to receive it.

747 - 10/30/2008 11:42:32 AM - bartstockton@hotmail.com - Looking for more information on William S. Taylor and Elizabeth Meade Johnson. Wm was from GA and made his way to Texas where he was the 11th Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives. My great grandmother was a Taylor, direct descendant, and I'm looking for more information on William and his ancestors and descendants.

742 - 10/21/2008 9:30:31 AM - riley@stressreduction.com - My maternal grandmother was born Kate Taylor in Timmonsville, SC. Her mother was also a Taylor, tobacco farmers. I have been told all my life that we are direct descendents of President Zachary Taylor. Can anyone supply an answer.

738 - 9/14/2008 6:47:59 PM - kkrosiek@hotmail.com - Seeking info on my father's family - Taylor's from around Morehouse, MO. My paternal grandfather was James E. Taylor. His 2nd wife (Lucy) was my father's mother. My father was born in 1945, at home and there isn't a record of his birth. He has 3 older brothers: James (Junior); Thomas and Leon and 1 older sister: Lizabeth. They have a 1/2 sister from grandpa's 1st marriage: Mona. My father (Sammy Lee) is the youngest & married Peggy Dean Petago from Peach Orchard, Arkansas. Grandpa was a mechanic & a sharecropper. That's all I know. I believe he died sometime in the '70s. Granny Lucy died in the year I was born (1964) but spoke w/ my mother while she was pregnant w/ me...so that puts it Feb to the end of Oct of '64. I believe grandpa's middle name was Edmond (or Edmund). I once saw an old b/w picture of a white haired gentleman and was told that was my great grandfather General Taylor. General was his first name, not a rank. There is also a family story of the name Zachery or Zacheriah being in our Taylor past. Any help at all is appreciated.

737 - 9/10/2008 3:45:26 PM - Niem1223@aol.com - Looking for information on 5 Taylor brothers living in the Lexington, Kentucky area at the time of the Civil War. Joe, and Andrew, Southern soldiers and Marian and George, Northern soldiers. George was killed in the Civil War. Thomas was too young to go to war. Thomas Nelson Taylor was my great grandfather. He was born in 1855. Thomas died in Texas.

726 - 9/2/2008 6:13:46 PM - bobtaylor6915@yahoo.com - my grandpa willie taylor,and grandma elgie bishop taylor were born in wise virginia.my father was claude taylor uncle howard taylor i am tryin to do a family tree one of my relatives was doc taylor any info would be great thanks bob taylor

713 - 8/27/2008 8:37:43 AM - kkrosiek@hotmail.com - I am searching for any information on James E. Taylor married to a Lucy Taylor. My father, Sammy Lee, is their youngest child and he was born in either Peach Orchard, MO or Moorehouse, MO. James and Lucy had children: James jr., Thomas, Leon, Lizabeth & Sammy. I know my grandfather was married prior to Lucy, but I don't know her name. They had at least one child: Mona. I know Lucy left James E. but I don't know if they divorced. James E. Taylor died sometime in the 1970's. Lucy Taylor died in 1964. Any information would be appreciated.

707 - 8/22/2008 2:51:56 PM - set47vette@aol.com - Information on the family of Jesse William Taylor, born in Hearn, Texas July 19, 1898 to Samuel Evetts Taylor and Katy Brack-Taylor. Katy's father was Henderson Frank Brack wounded in the civil war at Mansfield, Louisana.

696 - 8/19/2008 9:02:41 AM - autotracker783@aol.com - I am looking for information on a Jasper Garrett born around Jackson Mississippi in the late 1870's or 1880's. Jasper possibly left the Mississippi area settling in Louisiana and Changed his name. Thru family history story telling he was possibly on the run from sometype of crime in Mississippi and settled in the Delhi, Richland Parrish area of Louisiana.

695 - 8/17/2008 2:35:04 PM - boatstaylor@hotmail.com - my ancestory goes back to Alfred Taylor of Gillespie, Illinois who was the son of Leroy Patrick "Roy" Taylor of Carlinville, Illinois. Leroy was the son of William E. Taylor and Martha Keltner. There parents were Arthur Taylor and Sarah A. (Rose) Taylor.. I'm trying to trace back before this going back to the parents of Arter ( Arthur ) Taylor who was born in Greenville district of South Carolina, Febuary 13th 1813. He (Arter) was the youngest of 16 children and was raised in South Carolina. Please get in touch with me if you know of my ancestory! thanks

690 - 8/13/2008 9:33:04 AM - judy@uppercanyon.us - John Taylor, 1770 to ? (we "think" they came from SC, NC or VA)to GA. He married Temperance Fullilove (b.1782, Oglethorpe Co., GA to John Fullilove and Harriett Tatum)20 Jan 1801 in Oglethorpe Co., GA. They moved from GA to Montgomery Co., Alabama around 1827 along with his brothers or cousins (Rowland and Hodge Taylor botn 1760's). John and Tempey's children were Ludwell F., Greenwell Wooten, Thomas, Temperance, Eloyce P., Elina Taylor and others. Ludwell died 16 Jan 1842 in Rock springs, Elmore co., Alabama married ? and Lucinda Brazzill; Greenwell Wooten married Martha B. Taylor 1832, Montgomery and had Martin Junius, Temperance, Eliza N., and Byron Ludwell Taylor. They all moved to Polk County, Texas around 1852, but Green died in route and is buried in Danville, TX. They owned lots of land in Alabama and slaves. Several cousins are simultaneously working on this line and we have done lots of work in GA and Alabama. Are we related?

684 - 8/9/2008 10:54:55 AM - jzabel@ruraltel.net - I am a Taylor descendent who has had extreme difficulty tracing my anscestry. My great, great, great grandfather was William Robert Staples Smithwick Taylor, b. April 15, 1822 near Richmond, Va.; m. Sarah Hunter fr Nashville, Tennessee. He was a school teacher. I'm told his father was Jarret Taylor who lived in the "southland". His son, William Robert Taylor, was born in Scott County, Indiana on Dec. 1, 1862 and moved to Kansas to farm. From looking at all of the postings, we must have descended from the Thomas Taylor, b. 1730, because none of the other names and date of births seem to fit my line. Can anyone help with this line? My Nana always told me we were of Scottish descent. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

682 - 8/7/2008 3:03:07 PM - kiddscott2734@aol.com - Margaret/Margeurite Taylor married William Wesley Kidd in Marshall County, Alabama September 18, 1895 at home of H.B. Jones. Margaret must have been living for years in Marshall County & married WWK after his first wife died. Children were Jessie C. Kidd born 1896 Alabama; Ollie May Kidd 1898 Arkansas; Willie Odell Kidd 1902 Arkansas. They settled in Fort Smith, Arkansas where WWK died February 22, 1941 and listed as a Widow. Margaret was much younger than WWK. Need to find kin of Margaret, due to relationship. WWK died at home of daughter, Mrs. N. S. Barber in Hot Springs, Pike - Arkansas. Thank you. Hazel Lawson

665 - 7/31/2008 2:29:54 PM - caarms@sbcglobal.net - I am looking for information on William M. Taylor born abt 1853. He lived in southern Illinois around Mt. Vernon/Hamilton County area and was married to Ida Risly and possibly Nancy Haley. I am looking for pictures, cemetery, date of death or any other info on him. He is my great grandfather. He is not buried with Ida because I think they had divorced and she is buried without a spouse.

628 - 7/5/2008 11:37:14 PM - mookie2204@yahoo.com - I am looking for info on the taylor family. my grandfather was born in Rector Arkansas around 1882 (give or take a couple of years) was married for the first time at the age of 14 to a Mattie Birmingham from Senath (or that area). she passed a year later. he married a Mattie Childs who passed in 1940. they had 3 children-Flossie Mae, Henry Mac(k) and James e. all of whom have passed on. any info would be greatly appreciated, or if you could guide me to some web sites where i might find out more info. please contact me at mookie2204@yahoo.com. thank you

426 - 7/2/2008 8:42:13 PM - reo_speedwagon_girl@yahoo.com - http://www.geocities.com/elizabethv/taylor.htm email me if we connect in anyway.. thanks alisha taylor.

393 - 6/29/2008 6:10:59 PM - dlmelittle@msn.com - Any info on an Ellen Taylor who married Anthony James McCombs in Jefferson County, Alabama?

392 - 6/24/2008 7:26:45 PM - jrldr4443@netscape.net - Arkansas and Missouri: B. Jackson Taylor married Louinda (aka Lowena, Rowena, Roina, Rhoina, Carline How Vandine) 1871 New Madrid, MO. B. Jackson was born 1845 Arkansas. Rowena Howe (How) was born 1844 Missouri. She was first married to James Vandine 1864 New Madrid, MO. Had 3 children; John, Jamesetta, and Charles. In 1880 Rowena (now Carline)and BJ (B Jackson) were in Bollinger Co., MO with children John, Etta, and Charles (all Vandines, but listed as Taylors), there were additional children Vesper 8 (dau), Cleber 6 (son), Permula 3 (dau), and Martha 1 (dau). In 1900 BJ (now listed as Bert in transcription)[widowed] is listed with son Andrew 18 (MO), Daughter Vesper Karinger (widowed), and grandchildren Pearl R. Karinger 10 (MO), John D. Karinger 8 (MO), Charles W. Karinger 6 (MO), and Clarence H. Karinger 1/12 (ARK). I can find no trace of BJ (B Jackson) prior to 1870 when he lived next door to Rowena prior to their marriage in 1871, nor any trace after the 1900 census for any of the family. Any info is greatly appreciated.

391 - 6/23/2008 7:58:29 PM - taylor102398@comcast.net - i have been looking for information on my history. what i have found is that in 1865 my great grandfather jessie green taylor was born in ashe, nc. but i know his father was charles taylor. does anyone else have this in their line?

384 - 6/16/2008 4:49:25 PM - taylor938502@bellsouth.net - I am looking for anyone that might be related to my great grandfather, Henry M. Taylor & his son, my grandfather, Thomas Jefferson Taylor. I have been told that we are related to the President Zachary Taylor. My family came from Elmore County, Alabama. If anyone has any information, you can e-mail me at taylor938502@bellsouth.net. Thank you.

383 - 6/1/2008 7:54:36 PM - reo_speedwagon_girl@yahoo.com - MORE TAYLOR INFO ON MY FAMILY. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~morganandrelatedfamilies/families/taylor.htm HOPE TO HEAR FROM FAMILY REAL SOON.

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