woman Elizabeth Taylor‏‎
Born ‎± ABT. 1610 at of Hadleigh, Suffolk, England, died ‎after AFT. 1689 at ,Northumberland, Virginia‎

Married ‎± ABT. 1624 at ,,,England (approximately 28 years married) to:

man John Taylor‏‎, son of Thomas Taylor and Margaret Swinderby‏.
Born ‎ Aug 10, 1607 at Carlisle, Cumb, England, died ‎ 1652 at Lancaster, England‎, 44 or 45 years
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Emigrated before 1650
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Report on James Taylor, Article by Robert Allen and the Taylor Picture Project.
By William Arthur Taylor, iceman@sweedenfreezer.com
3001 Roblin Blvd.
Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada found at Vetty Decker's web site
R3R OB8 myFamily.com
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!NOTE: Immigrated to America in 1648. Started aquiring lands in Virginia.
Among other transactions he sold 1400 acres to Francis Morrison. In
1652 he patented two tracts (440 acres and 450 acres) which he gave
to John Jr in Northumberland Co, Virginia.
John Taylor and sons were prominent men in England. They operated
Merchant Taylor Cloth-making Guild and Merchant Taylor School.
"Log Cabins" p.42
!BIRTH: From Willis Finley 3 April 1995.

Children:

1.
man James Taylor, I‏
Born ‎ Feb 12, 1609/10 at Carlisle, Cumberland, England, baptized ‎ at ,Imm In 1635, On The Truelove, died ‎ Aug 10, 1698 at King & Queen Co., VA‎, approximately 89 years, buried ‎ at King William, Virginia
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He came from England and settled in what was then New Kent, County, Virginia, about the yea r 1650. He was a wealthy man for that time and invested largely in land and died leaving a l arge family.
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DATE 1683\PLAC to Caroline County from Essex
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PLAC nine other children by Mary Gregory
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PLAC Primary Individual: Taylor, James
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PLAC Source Name: DOBSON, DAVID. Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America, 1625-1825 . Vol. VII. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993. 109p.
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PLAC Source Name: FARMER, JOHN. A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New-England ; Containing an Alphabetical List of the Governours, Deputy-Governours, Assistants or Counsel lors, and Minister
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Individual: James Taylor
Place: Boston
Year: 1683
Primary Individual: Taylor, James
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FARMER, JOHN. A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New-England; Containing an Alp habetical List of the Governors, Deputy-Governors, Assistants or Counsellors, and Minister s of the Gospel in the Several Colonies, from 1620 to 1692; Graduates of Harvard College to 1 662; Members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company to 1662; Freemen Admitted to th e Massachusetts Colony from 1630 to 1662; With Many Other of the Early Inhabitants of New-Eng land and Long-Island, NY from 1620 to the Year 1675.... Lancaster, Mass.: Carter, Andrews , & Co., 1829. 352p. Reprinted with additions and corrections by Genealogical Publishing Co. , Baltimore, 1964. Rep. 1976, 1983
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Individual: James Taylor
Place: Virginia
Year: 1667
Primary Individual: Taylor, James
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Individual: James Taylor Place: Virginia Year: 1671
Primary Individual: Taylor, James
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NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. V ol. 2: 1666-1695. Indexed by Claudia B. Grundman. Richmond, VA: Virginia State Library, 1977 . 609p.
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Date and place where land was patented and record was created listing those transported/impor ted. Only the names of those to be transported were indexed. Abstracted from Patent books 6 t hrough 8, from the Land Office records located at the Virginia State Library. Volumes 1 an d 3 were indexed as nos. 6220 and 6223 respectively in PILI 1984.\Source Page 92\May be de scended from Earls of Pennington who derive from Baron Taillefer who came with Wm. the Conq ueror and fought at the Battle of Hastings. I can find no source to confirm this, but suppos edly a professional genealogist made this connection. The work was done for my Uncle Seldon M enefee in the late 1940's. I do not have his work. Glenna Inglis \

!NOTE: He immigrated to America in 1635. Divorced from wife was 1st divorce
registered in Virginia. He was called Governor, Councilman, and was a
doctor. (His estate was settled 26 March 1654. - p. 195)
- "Life of Rowland Taylor" by William James Brown, p.31.
Ancestral file says born 12 feb 1610; died 30 Apr 1698. According to
"Log Cabins" p.196 that death refers to James l son of John Immigrant.

!NOTE: James was headright of John Rosier in North. Co 1650.
"He was well educated an able lawyer, surveyor, vestryman of the church
and a member of the "40's", a group of trustworthy men chosen to defend
the Colony against Indians."
He was a large landowner and at one time had acquired 13,925 acres.
He built a mansion home called "Hare Forest" named for the Earls of
Pennington Castle in England where Taylor ancestors are buried. This
was in Kent Co. Va. later Orange Co. Va. Now is Caroline Co about 8
miles from Bowling Green. His huge property was located on several
county lines.
2.
man Richard Taylor‏
Born ‎ 1625 at Hadleigh, Suffolk, England, died ‎ 1650 at Julian Creek, Norfolk, Virginia‎, 24 or 25 years
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!NOTE: Richard Taylor was Headright of Edward Walker who claimed 900 acres of land in Northum berland Co.to support himself and 17 others in Oct 1650 - "Log Cabins" p.44
The "Headright" system was set up to encourage colonists to come to Virginia. If richer peop le could sponsor others for 3 years; i.e. ship's fare, provisions, and a piece of land fo r a home in Virginia they were given large tracts of land. Many of the first settlers died b ecause of fever and disease in the swampy lowlands by the coast so Virginia was dubed the "De ath State" and people were afraid to come. Those who moved inland and survived usually becam e wealthy plantation owners.
The Taylors from John's family were among these early settlers who prospered. They also owne d ships and other businesses.
3.
man John II Taylor‏
Born ‎ 1627 at of Hadleigh, Suffolk, England, died ‎ Apr 5, 1702 at ,Northumberland, Virginia‎, 74 or 75 years
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!NOTE: John was headright of Thomas Gerrord in Northumberland Co. in 1650.
!NOTE: Marriage given as England by Willis Finley
"Being a member and part owner of the Merchant Taylor Clothing Guild
John was often referred to as Merchant John, or John Jr. Supplies that
were carried to England included grain, furs, molasses, wine and tabacco;
tabacco being used as money. It was packed in hogsheads or casque and
rolled along the road to shipping points." - "Log Cabins", p.70.
Like his father John Jr acquired huge land grants in Virginia.
4.
man Robert Taylor‏
Born ‎ 1630 at of Hadleigh, Suffolk, England, died ‎before BEF. 1720‎, at most 90 years
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First wife was daughter-in-law of Jeremy Dickenson (Brewer, p. 42) 1761 deed recorded of gif t of 500 acres Swann Bay formerly granted to Jeremy Dickenson 6 May 1638

!NOTE: Robert was headright of Stephan Hemelin in Charles City Co. 1650
5.
man William Taylor‏‎
Born ‎ 1632 at of Hadleigh, Suffolk, England, died ‎ at or 16
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!NOTE: William was headright of Mrs Francis Townsend in North. Co 1650.
6.
man Thomas Taylor‏
Born ‎ 1637 at Hadleigh, Suffolkshire County, England, died ‎before 2 BEF., Mar at ,Rappahannock, Virginia‎, approximately 49 years
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TITL Smith, Carol, ,
MEDI Letter

!NOTE: Thomas was headright of Richard Tye & Thomas Sparrow in North. co.
1650.
7.
woman Elizabeth Taylor‏
Born ‎ 1645 at of Hadleigh, Suffolk, England‎
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!NOTE: Came to America with parents in 1648.
8.
man Richard Taylor‏
Born ‎ 1650 at Northumberland, VA., died ‎after 6 AFT., May‎, at least 55 years
Adopted child: man Richard Taylor‏


2nd marriage
woman Elizabeth Taylor‏‎

Married to:

man Tobias Horton‏‎ PRIVACY FILTER