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William Taylor
b.Est. 1705-1715
d.BEF 22 AUG 1749
  • HWilliam TaylorEst 1705-1715 - BEF 1749
  • WLeah McKayABT 1716 - BEF 1797
m. ABT 1743
  1. William McKay Taylor1743-1747 -
  2. Leah McKay Taylor1743-1747 -
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Name William Taylor
Alt Name William Tyler
Gender Male
Birth? Est. 1705-1715
Marriage ABT 1743 to Leah McKay
Death? BEF 22 AUG 1749

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

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Estate Records of William Taylor

  • Page 206--10th November, 1749. William Taylor's appraisement by Samuel Odel, Thos. Grubbs, Abraham Job. To Samuel Denton, Philip Crum.

Records of William Taylor in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 1 - MAY 12, 1746. - (43) William Taylor appd. Constable fr. Benj. Allen's to lower end of Co.
  • Page 435.--7th October, 1746. Robert McKay, Sr.'s, Will--Daughter, Margaret; wife of Joshua Job, tract called Joshua's Bottom; sons, Robert, James, Zachary, Moses. (Tract given to Margaret is part of Order Council for 100,000 to testator and Jost Hite, first, and afterwards renewed by testator, Hite, Green, and Duff). Daughter, Hannah, wife of George Hollingsworth; daughter, Leah, wife of Wm. Taylor. Daughter, Mary, wife of George Robinson, of Penna. Daughter, Elizabeth. Son, Zachary plantation known as Nathan Calbreath's Bottom. Executors, Robert, James, and Moses. Teste: Gabriel Jones, David Vance, Abraham Hite, 7th October 1746.--Codicil, wife. Proved 19th August, 1752, by Jones and Vancc. Zacharay McCoy refuses to execute, and other executors qualify (Jones makes oath, but Moses and Robert are Quakers) with sureties, Moses McCoy, David Vance, Chas. Burk. (Note: will was written prior to William Taylor's death in 1749),