Person:Nathaniel Taylor (18)

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  • HNathaniel Taylor1736 - 1804
  • WMary Wright1744 - 1798
m. ABT 1766
  1. Nancy Taylor1767 - 1816
  2. James TaylorABT 1770 -
  3. Mary TaylorABT 1773 -
  4. John TaylorABT 1776 - 1863
  5. Elizabeth TaylorABT 1777 -
  6. Thomas TaylorABT 1780 -
  7. Nathaniel Francis Taylor, Jr.1782 - 1847
  8. William Taylor1784 - 1866
  9. Frances 'Fanny' Emeline Taylor1786 - 1845
Facts and Events
Name Nathaniel Taylor
Gender Male
Birth? 19 OCT 1736 Orange (later Augusta) County, Virginia
Marriage ABT 1766 Augusta County, Virginiato Mary Wright
Death? SEP 1804 Jefferson, Alexandria County, Virginia

Nathaniel Taylor was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records of Nathaniel Taylor in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Taylor vs. Taylor's Administrator.--Suit begun 1805 by John Taylor, of Augusta County, vs. John Taylor, son of Nathaniel Taylor. Nathaniel died in Jefferson County, September, 1804, intestate, leaving orator and nine other children. Thomas Taylor, brother and orator, qualified administrator. Nathaniel, Jr., was another brother. Orator's sister married William Fig. Orator's sister, Nancy, married George Bozewell and moved to Kentucky. In division of estate by order County Court of Jefferson, 1806, these heirs named: Thomas Taylor, Elizabeth Figg, Fanny Taylor, James Taylor, John Taylor, William Taylor. Figg's wife was Mary.
  • Vol. 2 - Taylor vs. Taylor--O. S. 181; N. S. 64--Bill March, 1806. Orator John Taylor of Augusta. His father, Nathaniel Taylor, died in Jefferson County, September, 1804, intestate, leaving orator and 9 other children. Thomas Taylor, brother of John, adiministrator. Orator had a brother, Nat, and a sister, who married William Fig; also a sister, Nancy, who married Geo. Bozwell and moved to Kentucky and is now a widow.
  • Vol. 2 - McKenney vs. Preston--O. S. 308; N. S. 110: (excerpt) - John McKinny of Lee County, land in Lee County. Corner Nathaniel Taylors, 16,000 acres survey. Corner George Goff, 200 acres bought from Nathaniel Taylor. Recorded in Lee County, August, 1803. Deed, 31st May, 1803, by Nathaniel Taylor of Carter County, Tenn., to John McKinney of Lee County, 150 acres in Lee County. Recorded in Lee County, August, 1803. Deed, 22d May, 1803, by Wm. McCutchen of Carter County, Tenn., to

George Goff of Lee County, 75 acres in Lee County.


Information on Nathaniel Taylor

From "Descendants of Nathaniel Taylor":

Nathaniel Taylor(George, Nathaniel, Andrew, Robert, Thomas) was born on 19 October 1736 in Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia and died Sep. 1804 in Jefferson, Alexandria County, Virginia. He married Mary Wright 1766 in Augusta County, Virginia, daughter of Benjamin Wright and Frances Haley. She was born 1744 in Staunton, Virginia, and died 1798 in Berkeley, Augusta County, Virginia.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/24680504/Keith-Taylor-File-on-Descendants-of-Nathaniel-Franklin-Taylor-Born-1824-KY


From Genforum.com post:

Re: NATHANIEL TAYLOR AND MARY WRIGHT Posted by: Clay Lisle Date: November 02, 2001 at 12:17:53 In Reply to: NATHANIEL TAYLOR AND MARY WRIGHT by SUSAN TAYLOR of 33415


I am a descendants of 1 - Nathaniel Taylor, 2 - Nathaniel Francis Taylor, 3 - Nathaniel Franklin Taylor, and my grandfather -- 4 - Edgar Thomas Taylor (twin to Edwin William Taylor). I have a lot of information on most of the four generations above, as well as the Hammond, Wright and Haskell families.

As you can see below, I do have geneology voids that I have not been able to fill. I would like to compare data that anyone has on these lines. The children are not in the correct order, as I do not have dates on some. I have been unable to trace Nathaniel Taylor beyond what is given below. Hope this helps you get started/restarted.

Nathaniel Taylor; born Circa 1736, some say in England; died September, 1804, Jefferson County, Virginia (After the Civil War, Jefferson County was in West Virginia).); married by 1767, in Virginia; to Mary Wright; born in 1744, in Virginia; died in 1798, Augusta County, Virginia, at the home of her son, John; (father - Benjamin Wright, mother - Frances 'Franky' Haley). Children of Nathaniel and Mary Wright were:

1 – Nancy Taylor; born November 8, 1767, Augusta County, Virginia; died May 2, 1816, Shelby County, Kentucky; married January 2, 1787, Augusta County, Virginia; to George Boswell; born November 1748, in Virginia; died March 7, 1803, Shelby County, Kentucky.

2 – Thomas T. Taylor; born unknown; died unknown;

3 – John F. Taylor; born unknown; died unknown;

4 – Mary Taylor; born unknown; died unknown; buried in Kentucky; married January 15, 1791, Frederick County, Virginia; to William Figg; born unknown; died unknown; (father - John Figg 'the Revolutionary Patriot'.)

5 – James Taylor; born unknown; died unknown; married unknown; to Barbara Seitzer; born unknown; died unknown;

6 – Elizabeth Taylor; born unknown; died unknown; married by 1798, in Virginia; to James Figg; born unknown; died in Kentucky; buried in the old family cemetery five miles south of Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky; (father - John Figg 'the Revolutionary Patriot.')

7 – Sarah Taylor; born in Virginia; died unknown; married unknown; to James Tinley; born unknown; died unknown; No other data are known on this family, except this couple lived in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky in the 1850’s.

8 – Nathaniel Francis Taylor; born April 13, 1782, Augusta County, Virginia; died March 26, 1847, near Vevay, Jefferson County, Indiana; married April 13, 1806, Hardin County, Kentucky; to Eleanor Dye; born May 22, 1774, in Kentucky; died October 22, 1841, Jefferson County, Indiana; (father - Isaac Dye, mother - Hannah ??? (surname unknown))

9 – William Taylor; born in 1784, Augusta County, Virginia; died Sometime after 1800; buried in Kentucky; married 1809, in Kentucky; to Mary Murphy; born unknown; died unknown; (father - Leander Murphy, mother - Rosie O’Darnell)

10 – Frances 'Fanny' Emily Taylor; born in 1786, Augusta County, Virginia; died April 27, 1845, in Ohio; buried in Ohio; married January 12, 1809, by Reverend Phillip Taylor, Shelby County, Kentucky; to Thomas Wright; born March, 1785, Berkeley County, Virginia; died November 11, 1845, in Ohio; (father - Jonathan 'John' Wright, mother - Ann McCormack). Thomas Wright was Frances Emily Taylor’s first cousin. Thomas Wright’s father, Jonathan Wright, was the brother of Frances Emily Taylor’s mother, Mary Wright. Some sources give the name of this person as Frances Evelyn Taylor and give the marriage date as January 7, 1809.