Person:Elizabeth Taylor (198)

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Elizabeth Taylor
b.Abt. 1698 Prob. Ireland
d.c1754
m. bef. 1716
  1. Martha CampbellAft 1714 -
  2. John CampbellABT 1716 -
  3. James CampbellABT 1718 -
  4. William CampbellABT 1720 - Bef 1744/45
  5. Griselda "Grisal" Campbell1722 -
  6. Maj. Charles Campbell, of Beverley Manor1722 - 1767
  7. Patrick CampbellABT 1724 - 1799
  8. June CampbellABT 1726 -
  9. Mary CampbellABT 1728 -
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Taylor
Gender Female
Birth? Abt. 1698 Prob. Ireland
Alt Birth[1] ABT 1700 Antrim, Ireland
Marriage bef. 1716 Poss. Irelandto Patrick Campbell
Death[2] c1754
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Spouse

Elizabeth is commonly identified as the wife of Patrick Campbell of Beverley Manor. This identification appears to be based on an oath of importation given by Patrick in Orange County VA in 1740. See:Transcript:Orange County Importations listed in Morton, 1920 and Transcript:Orange County Importations listed in Scott, 1907

26 June, 1740. Patrick Campbell: for himself and Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick, Jr., John, Mary, Elizabeth, Gennet.
Transcript:Orange County Importations listed in Morton, 1920
Patrick Campbell
Transcript:Orange County Importations listed in Scott, 1907

The phrasing "Patrick Campbell for himself and Elizabeth" would seem to indicate that his wife was in fact Elizabeth.

Child list

Child lists

Standard Child List>DOB Oath of Importation ListNotes
Martha aft 1714 -
John c1716 John
James c1718 -
William c1720 William
Grizelda 1722 -
Charles 1722 Charles
Patrick Jr 1724 Patrick Jr
June 1726 -
Mary 1728 Mary
-- Elizabeth
-- Gennet
References
  1. IGI Record.
  2. Land Records for Patrick Campbell show that Elizabeth was alive 20 may 1752 when she consented to a sale of land to her son Patrick Jr. 2 years later another parcel is sold to son John, but this time Patrick's wife is identified as Elinor. See Patrick Campbell Records in Old Augusta