Person:George Taylor (154)

m. 1730
  1. John Taylor1731 - bef 1772
  2. Andrew Taylor1731 - ABT 1787
  3. Lettice Taylor1733 - AFT 1800
  4. Isaac Taylor1734 - 1801
  5. Catherine TaylorEst 1735-1745 - Aft 1771
  6. William Taylor1736 - Bef 1768
  7. George Taylor1738 - 1801
  8. Elizabeth TaylorBef 1742 - 1760
m. ABT 1760
  1. Isabella Taylorbef 1763 -
  2. Nancy Ann Taylor1768 - 1831
  3. George Pendleton Taylor, Jr.1769 - 1844
  4. Susannah 'Sarah' Taylorabt 1781 - 1846
m. bef. 1809
Facts and Events
Name George Taylor
Alt Name[1] George Pendleton Taylor
Gender Male
Birth? 1738 County Armagh, Ireland
Marriage ABT 1760 to Mary Charlton
Death? March 1801 Crab Creek, Montgomery County, Virginia
Marriage bef. 1809 to Elizabeth Summers

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


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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Summers vs. Summers--O. S. 181; N. S. 64--Bill 1809. Complainants are Andrew, Philip Summers, John Fawber and Juliana, his wife; Philip Link (Sink); Christiana, his wife, and _____, the children of Elizabeth Taylor by her former husband, Nicholas Grass, show that John Summers died testate, devising lands to sons, Samuel and George Summers, with legacies to son Andrew; Philip, John and Elizabeth Summers, children of his son John, deceased; children of daughter Elizabeth Grass; daughter Christiana Sink; daughter Juliana; daughter Sarah. George died before his father and his portion descended to the heirs-at-law at father's death, viz: Andrew and Philip Summers, Elizabeth Taylor, Juliana Fawber, Christiana Sink, Samuel Summers, Sarah Porter, John and Elizabeth Summers. Defendants are, viz: Samuel Summers; John Porter and Sarah, his wife; John and Elizabeth Summers; George Taylor and Elizabeth, his wife. Power attorney by Thomas Allen and Elizabeth, his wife (late Summers) of Russel County, to John Summers of said County, to recover her interest in estate of John Summers, deceased, of Augusta County, dated 2d September, 1812. Conveyance by John Porter and Sarah, his wife (late Summers, daughter of John Summers, deceased), of Bath County, to Robert McChesney, 17th February, 1812. David Cress of Wythe County to brother Samuel Cress power attorney to collect legacy under will of John Summers, 20th October, 1815. John Cress of Wythe to John Summers of Russell County, grandson of John Summers, deceased, and legatee, dated 1812, as above. Nicholas Cress's children were, viz: George, born 21st October, 1787; John, born 25th February, 1790; David, born 19th December, 1791; Samuel, born 18th December, 1793; Andrew, born 19th November, 1795; Joshua, born 1st June, 1798. Elizabeth Summers (defendant here) married Thomas Allen of Russell.


Husband: George Taylor Born: 1738 at: County Armagh, Ireland Married: ABT. 1760 at: Died: 1804 at: Va. Father:Isaac Taylor Mother:Isabell Wilson Other Spouses:

Wife: Mary Charlton Born: ABT. 1740 at: Died: at: Father: Mother: Other Spouses:

  1. Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable source).