Logo Our Family Tree Branch: Descendants of James Taylor I (died VA 1698) Descendants of James Taylor I (died VA 1698)
Grand
Parents
Enoch Berry + Drucilla (Dulcabella) BunburyJohn Washington + Mary MasseyJames Taylor III + Alice ThorntonBenjamin Hubbard + Elizabeth Todd
Parents
Thomas Berry1729 -- 1813avatar
Elizabeth Washington12/31/1727 -- abt 1789avatar
Col. James Taylor, IV27 DEC 1732 -- 12 MAR 1814avatar
Ann Hubbard26 MAR 1738 -- 27 MAY 1789avatar
Spouses
Marriage27 SEP 1791
 
Names

Events
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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Taylor 

JUL 1792  VA, King George Co Frances W. Christy 
2+

Hubbard 

JUL 17948 OCT 1821  KY, Campbell Co Agnes B. McKinney 
3+

Mildred Washington 

18 JUL 17951868  KY, Campbell Co Thomas Catlett Buckner 
4+

Alice Washington 

180518 MAR 1838  KY William Richard Taylor Taliaferro 
5+

Lucinda Mary "Lucy" 

20 FEB 18071 DEC 1856  KY Alexander Pope Sandford 
6+

James Taylor 

17 JAN 180929 JAN 1864  KY, Campbell Co Elizabeth Wise 
7+

Edmund Taylor 

9 JUN 181113 AUG 1887  KY Sarah Frances Taylor 
8+

John Washington 

21 APR 18131873  KY, Campbell Co Rebecca Finch 
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  • Midway Plantation
  • Topo map / Midway
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Sources
  1. Findagrave
  2. Website: Taylor Family Tree (on linen). According to Ann Spotswood Dandridge, the Taylor Tree was started around 1750. There were several copies made around 1837/38 which cannot be found.; I think what my family has is the original. A scan of the linen tree done by the Gerald Ford Center in Omaha can be found at the Taylor Association website.;
  1. Findagrave
  2. Website: Taylor Family Tree (on linen). According to Ann Spotswood Dandridge, the Taylor Tree was started around 1750. There were several copies made around 1837/38 which cannot be found.; I think what my family has is the original. A scan of the linen tree done by the Gerald Ford Center in Omaha can be found at the Taylor Association website.;
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