Person:Martin Taylor (12)

Watchers
m. 22 Nov 1832
  1. Mariah Amelia Taylor1834 - 1863
  2. John Abram Taylor1836 - 1915
  3. James Mortimer Taylor1838 - 1923
  4. Sgt Martin Van Buren Taylor1840 - 1930
  5. Chauncey Brewer Taylor1843 - 1920
  6. Anna Louisa Taylor1845 - 1913
  7. Robert Winfield Taylor1849 - 1925
  8. Ezubah Zeruah Taylor1851 - 1922
m. 10 Dec 1865
  1. William A Taylor1867 - Aft 1930
  2. Harriet Elizabeth Taylor1870 - 1961
  3. Florence E Taylor1873 - Bef 1880
  4. Anna E Taylor1875 - 1904
  5. Ella M Taylor1878 - Aft 1880
  6. Bertha R Taylor1880 - Aft 1963
  7. Helen A Taylor1883 - Aft 1940
  • HSgt Martin Van Buren Taylor1840 - 1930
  • WMary Jane Way1849 - Aft 1930
m. ca 1923
Facts and Events
Name Sgt Martin Van Buren Taylor
Gender Male
Birth? 3 Oct 1840 Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, United States
Military[2][4] 13 May 1861 Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United StatesCivil War - Company I, 3rd Michigan Infantry
Marriage 10 Dec 1865 Allegan, Michigan, United Statesto Aliccia Matilda Brennan
Residence Aug 1870 Georgetown, Ottawa, Michigan, United Stateswith Aliccia Matilda Brennan
Residence Jun 1871 Kalkaska, Kalkaska, Michigan, United Stateswith Aliccia Matilda Brennan
Census 1880 Ohio, Morris, Kansas, United Stateswith Aliccia Matilda Brennan
Census? 1900 Pennington, South Dakota, United Stateswith William Taylor (son)
Census 1910 Wyoming, Kent, Michigan, United Stateswith Elmer and Nellie Jewell (daughter)
with Aliccia Matilda Brennan
Census? 1920 Malibu, Los Angeles, California, United States(widowed)
Marriage ca 1923 to Mary Jane Way
Census 1930 Temescal, Riverside, California, United States with Elizabeth Bremner (daughter-in-law)
with Mary Jane Way
Death? 12 Jun 1930 Arlington Station, Riverside, California, United States
Burial[3] Grandville, Kent, Michigan, United StatesGrandville Cemetery
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References
  1.   Taylor Family Record, in Nettie (Wilson) Hamstra and one of her daughters. Family Records. (Compiled in 1973 - unpublished).

    "Martin Van Buren Taylor
    born Oct. 3, 1840 in Pontiac, Oakland Co. Mich."

  2. Company I - from Ottawa county [1], in The Third Michigan Infantry Research Project [2].
  3. Martin V Taylor [3], in Find A Grave.
  4. Chauncey Brewer, James Monroe, John Abram and Martin Van Buren Taylor [4], in Men of the 3rd Michigan Infantry [5].

    "Martin was promoted to Corporal on July 1, 1862, and to Sergeant on November 1, 1862"

    "Martin was promoted to First Sergeant on March 1, 1864"