Person:Erasmus Taylor (1)

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Erasmus Taylor
m. 23 February 1699
  1. Frances Taylor1700 - 1761
  2. Martha Taylor1702 - 1782
  3. Col James Taylor, III1703 - 1784
  4. Zachary Taylor, I1707 - bef 1768
  5. Col George F. Taylor1711 - 1792
  6. Tabitha Taylor1713 -
  7. Erasmus Taylor1715 - 1794
  8. Hannah Taylor1718 -
  9. Mildred Taylor1724 - 1795
  • HErasmus Taylor1715 - 1794
  • WJane Moore1728 - 1812
m. 13 Oct 1749
Facts and Events
Name Erasmus Taylor
Gender Male
Birth[2] 5 Sep 1715 Rapidan, Orange Co, Viriginia
Marriage 13 Oct 1749 to Jane Moore
Alt Death[3] 19 Jul 1794
Death[1][2] 19 Dec 1794 Orange, Virginia, United States
Burial[2] Orange, Virginia, United States"Greenfield"

Land Records in Virginia

  • Pages 308-10. 22 Sept. 1740. Erasmus Taylor of Orange County to William Rhodes of same. Lease for 28 years from 25 December last. 100 acres at the Little Mountains... line [of] Hezekiah Rhodes... George Anderson's line... Crosswait's in a valley... Annual rent, 500 pounds of tobacco, plus 50 pounds for each tithable over himself, two others and his own children working on the land. Rhodes shall plant 100 apple trees in an orchard 25 foot asunder. (signed) Erasmus Taylor. Wit: Geo. Taylor, Hezekiah Rhods. 27 Nov. 1740. Acknowledged by Erasmus Taylor Gent. [Orange County Virginia Deed Book 4, Dorman, pg. 55].
References
  1. James Taylor (d. 1698), in Find A Grave.

    Taylor Family Bible Record (Deaths)
    'Erasmus Taylor, Dec. 1794.'

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Erasmus Taylor, in Find A Grave.

    'Birth: Sep. 5, 1715, Rapidan, Culpeper County, Virginia, USA
    Death: Dec. 19, 1794, Virginia, USA'

  3. Anderson, William Kyle. Donald Robertson and his wife Rachel Rogers of King and Queen County, Virginia: their ancestry and posterity : also a brief account of the ancestry of Commodore Richard Taylor of Orange County, Virginia, and his naval history during the War of the American Revolution. (Detroit, Mich.: unknown, 1900), p. 236.

    'Erasmus Taylor, born September 5, 1715; died July 19, 1794; buried at "Greenfield."'