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Subject: [TAYLOR] 4/10 Colonial Families
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 20:22:11 -0700


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
ISSUE
24. Mary Montgomery, b. 22d Aug. 1843; m. 30th Mar. 1864, Col. Joseph
Hancock
TAYLOR, d. 13th Mar. 1885, U. S. A.


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ELIJAH MILTON, b. in Prince William Co., Va., 23d Dec. 1755; d. 1828.
Served during the
Revolutionary War as “Master of the Army Wagon Corps.” After the war,
Count DE
ROCHAMBEAU wished him to go to France and settle on one of his estates,

but Elijah,
preferring the wilderness of Kentucky, settled on Elk Horn Creek,
Fayette Co., Ky., and built a
house there in 1807. m. in Frederick Co., Va., 28th Jan. 1794,
Catherine TAYLOR, dau. of
Capt. William and Catherine (BUSHROD) TAYLOR.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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I. Eben Taylor, b. in Fayette Co., Ky., 8th May, 1796; d. in Somerset,
Ky., 21st May, 1880.
His farm was on Elk Horn Creek, Ky., where, with the aid of his slaves,

he largely engaged in the
raising of hemp and conducted a hemp factory. Was cashier of the
Farmers Bank and the
Somerset Deposit Bank of Somerset, Ky.; also Secretary of the
Louisville and Indianapolis
Railroad. m. in Frederick Co., Va., 14th Feb. 1820, his first cousin,
Emily Bushrod TAYLOR,
dau. of Bushrod and Martha Peyton (STUBBLEFIELD) TAYLOR, and lived in
Winchester,
Va., until 1830, when he removed to Fayette Co., Ky. After the death of

his wife in 1857, he
removed to Somerset, Ky.


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21. Benjamin Taylor, of Memphis, Tenn., b. Memphis, Tenn., 1st Apr.
1869; m. Aug. 1895,
Harriet BLANTON.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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13. Griffin Taylor, of Belair, Harford Co., Md., was b. in Fayette Co.,

Ky., 24th Mar. 1847; d.
s. p. in Belair, Md., 17th May, 1904. Was educated at Centre College,
Danville, Ky., and later
was employed with J. P. MORTON, Louisville, Ky. After leaving
Louisville, he removed to
Maryland, and for 24 years farmed on Deer Creek, Harford Co. m. 12th
Nov. 1878, Isabella
Pannell SILVER, dau. of Benjamin and Emily (PANNELL) SILVER of Harford
Co., Md.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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II. John, b. 1802; d. 1860; m. 1826, his first cousin, Louise TAYLOR,
dau. of Bushrod and
Martha Peyton (STUBELEFIELD) TAYLOR.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
ISSUE
III. BUSHROD TAYLOR, b. in Fayette Co., Ky., 10th Nov. 1807.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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page 522
[p.522] BUSHROD TAYLOR, b. in Fayette Co., Ky., 10th Nov. 1807; d. in
Henderson, Ky.,
Mar. 1899. Was for 26 years Treasurer of Lexington, Ky., and for 52
years an elder in the
Presbyterian Church. m. 5th Dec. 1833, Mary CLAYPOOLE, a descendant of
Oliver
CROMWELL'S dau.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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7. Bushrod Taylor INGRAM, d. in Baltimore, Md., Apr. 1907.


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22. John Francis NORMENT, b. at Berkeley, 16th July, 1845; d. aged 56
years; volunteered,
1862, private Company K, 49th Alabama Regt., C. S. A., known as “Joe
Bradley's Rebels,” the
officers of his company being Capt. Thomas J. TAYLOR and First Lieut.
Wm. P. MCCLUNG,
and of the regiment of Col. Jeptha EDWARDS, Lieut.-Col. CRUMP and Major

J. D.
WEEDEN, forming part of the Army of the West; was in the fight of Plank

Roads, La.; also a
participant in the bombardment near Port Hudson, La., Mar. 1863, in
which a Federal gunboat
was blown up, and George DEWEY, later the hero of Manila Bay, captured
(see DEWEY).
Under the command of Major-Gen. Frank GARDNER, was one of the defenders

of Port
Hudson, during the long siege of 1863; after the war engaged in the
drug business in Deerbrook,
Miss.; m. 24th May, 1877, by the Rev. Dr. J. M. BARNISTER, of Church of

the Nativity,
Huntsville, Ala., his cousin, Emily Murray ROBERTSON, dau. of John
Murray and Susan
Isabella (WHITE) ROBERTSON.


olonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
Lineage
page 570
Of the American ancestors of William Henry PEARSON and of Nancy Delia
BENJAMIN, his
wife, more than three hundred of them have lived in New England.
[p.570] A more complete
record of the foregoing ancestries would also show descent from the
families of ADAMS,
ALLEN, BALDINGTON, BOSWORTH, BELLINGHAM, BICKFORD, BATES,
BARTLETT, BAILEY, BARSTOW, BROOKS, BATCHELDER, CAPDOW, CHESFORD,
CUTTING, CLARK, CLARKE, DANA, DAVIS, DEAN, ELLIS, ELLWYN, EATON,
EASTMAN, EMMONS, EDDY, FARNUM, FLETCHER, FOSTEN, GERARD, HILL,
HUNT, HACKLEY, HUDSON, HUBBARD, HUNTING, HUTCHINSON, HYDE,
HOLDEN, HOLT, JEWELL, JOHNSON, JOSSELYN, KIRBY, LAMBERT, LONGFORD,
MIDDLETON, MORSE, METCALF, MULFORD, MUNN, NORCROSS, OLDHAM,
OSGOOD, OSBORNE, PARKER, PEMBROKE, POWER, PLUMLEY, PAINE,
PASCALL, PHILLIPS, PELL, PURMOTT, RICHARDS, ROWE, RANDALL, SAWYER,
SHATTUCK, SHEPARD, SCOTT, SYMSON, TAYLOR, THORNE, TREADWELL,
WARNER, WELLS, WELLES, WENTWORTH, WILLIAMS and WILSON.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
Lineage
MURRAY EDWARD POOLE, prepared by Rev. John SCOTT (Harvard, '58) (P. E.)

and at
Wyoming Seminary and graduated at Cornell University, A. B. 1880;
attended lectures at the
Cornell Law School and studied law with Congressman John J. TAYLOR and
others. Admitted
to the Bar, 3d May, 1889; 2d Lieutenant, Cornell Cadets; Justice of the

Peace, 1891-5; Acting
Recorder, City of Ithaca, 1893-5; Special County Judge and Surrogate of

Tompkins County, N.
Y., 1889, by appointment of Governor; Deputy Attorney-General, 1907-8;
Secretary
Democratic County Committee, 1900; delegate to National Democratic
Convention, 1904; State
Committeeman, Independence League, since 1906; member State Executive
Committee since
1908; delegate to National Independence Convention, Chicago, 1908;
Democratic candidate for
delegate to Constitutional Convention, 1893; Independence League
candidate for member of
Congress, 1908; President American Genealogical Society since 1898; LL.

D. Nashville
College, 1900; D. C. L. American University, 1901; Thirty-second Degree

Mason; member of
over one hundred historical, learned, literary and fraternal societies;

author of “Edward Poole of
Weymouth, Mass. (1635) and His Descendants”; “Five Colonial Families,”
2 vol. 8vo., 2400
pages; “The Van Cleef Family History,” and “The History of the Williams

Family of Conn.”;
contributor to Harper's Weekly, Green Bag, American Historical Magazine

and other
periodicals.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
ISSUE
2. Samuel, d. yng.; m. Melvina TAYLOR; no issue.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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THOMAS JEFFERSON POTTENGER, b. at his father's place in New Haven
(“Pottenger's
Landing”), Nelson Co., Ky., 29th July, 1820; d. on the plantation owned

by his second wife,
Rhoda (SANDERS) RAPIER POTTENGER, four miles east of Hodgenville, Ky.,
1st May,
1900; succeeded his father in the ownership of “Walnut Hill,” which was

built by Capt. Samuel
POTTENGER, his grandfather, in 1788, while Kentucky was a part of
Virginia, and now
probably the oldest brick dwelling in Kentucky; in the mercantile
business in New Haven, Ky.;
produce merchant and flat-boatman down the Ohio and lower Mississippi
Rivers; large slave
owner and successful planter; most of his life a prominent distiller of

bourbon whiskey; m. (firstly)
24th Dec. 1846, near Bloomfield, Ky., Vienna Maria REMEY, b. 15th June,

1827, d. at
“Walnut Hill,” 7th Dec. 1887, dau. of Butler Grigsby REMEY (b. 17th
Aug. 1793; d. 7th Sept.
1847; served in Joseph MCCLOSKEY'S Company, BARBOUR'S (Tenth) Regiment,

War of
1812 (was in Battle of the Thames when Tecumseh was killed)) and his
wife, Julia LEWIS (b.
Nov. 1796, d. 13th Feb. 1848), whom he m. 22d Oct. 1818. Julia LEWIS
was a dau. of Capt.
Thomas LEWIS (raised a company of soldiers for Revolutionary War at
Fairfax Court House,
Va., and was at Siege of Yorktown) and his wife, Judith (FERGUSON)
LEWIS, dau. of Joshua
FERGUSON of Fairfax Co., Va. Butler Grigsby REMEY was a son of Jacob
REMEY, Sr., of
Loudoun Co., Va. (emigrated to Nelson Co., Ky.), by his second wife,
Susannah GRIGSBY,
dau. of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (BUTLER) GRIGSBY of Virginia. Jacob
REMEY, Sr., m.
(firstly) Elizabeth LANE of Loudoun Co., Va. He served in Capt. Samuel
GRAY'S Company of
Batteaumen, Continental Troops, Revolutionary War. Thomas Jefferson
POTTENGER m.
(secondly) 10th Jan. 1893, in Louisville, Ky., Rhoda Ellen (SANDERS)
RAPIER, b. in Taylor
Co., Ky., who m. (firstly) Nicholas RAPIER of Larue Co., Ky., his
second wife. No issue by
either POTTENGER or RAPIER. Nicholas RAPIER had several children by his

first wife;
owned the school site in Larue Co., Ky., where Abraham LINCOLN received

the rudiments of
an education.


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2. Birdie MILLER, b. 26th Jan. 1872; m. Oct. 1891, Robert W. TAYLOR, of

Marion Co., Ky.



Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
ISSUE
132. Robert Morris GOODWIN, b. 1796; m. 1821, Elizabeth Ann TAYLOR of
Savannah, Ga.



Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
ISSUE
6. Archibald Magill, b. 23d Aug. 1821; d. 2d Feb. 1904; m. 2d May,
1843, Mary Louise
TAYLOR, b. 20th May, 1824, dau. of Hancock and Hannah (LEWIS) TAYLOR,
and niece of
the late President Zachary TAYLOR.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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42. Louise Taylor WATSON, b. 23d Dec. 1875; d. 3d Sept. 1876.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
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22. Louise Taylor, twin, b. 11th Nov. 1885; d. 25th Nov. 1885.


Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 2
ISSUE
91. Zachary Taylor, b. 14th Oct. 1857; m. 23d Sept. 1885, Susan
LUCKETT, b. 11th Sept.
1861, of Owensboro, Ky.


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