Person:Peter Taylor (24)

Peter Taylor
 
m. 1811
  1. Peter Taylor1829 -
  2. Gurley Taylor1836 - 1912
m. 11 Oct 1849
  1. John Lewis Taylor1850 - 1913
  2. Francis Marion Taylor1860 - Aft 1930
m. 5 Jan 1868
Facts and Events
Name Peter Taylor
Gender Male
Birth[1] 31 Aug 1829 Warrick, Indiana, United States
Marriage 11 Oct 1849 Warrick, Indiana, United Statesto Margaret Jane Perigo
Census 15 Aug 1850 Warrick, Indiana, United Stateswith Margaret Jane Perigo
Census 6 Sep 1860 Warrick, Indiana, United Stateswith Margaret Jane Perigo
Marriage 5 Jan 1868 to Margaret J. Hart
Census 1870 Boon, Warrick, Indiana, United Stateswith Margaret J. Hart
Residence[2] 18 Jun 1912 Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, United States
References
  1. History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana: from the earliest time to the present, together with interesting biographical sketches, reminiscences, notes, etc. (Chicago: Goodspeed Bros., 1885).

    PETER TAYLOR, a native of Warrick County, fnd., and one of the leading farmers of Boon Township, was born August 31, 1829, and is a son of Lewis and Rachel T. (Baker) Taylor, appropriate mention of whom is made elsewhere in this volume. Until eighteen years of age he remained at home with his parents, receiving only a limited education. October 11, 1849, he was married to Margaret J. Perigo, and in 1850 he contracted the gold fever and with the tide of immigration was swept to California. He then met with an accident in the mines that caused him to return to Indiana in less than a year, depleted in purse and reduced physically by disease. Up to 1859 he farmed, then in connection with four brothers embarked in mercantile pursuits at Newburgh, but only continued with them about one year when he re-embarked in farming, at which he has continued to the present time. He also is extensively engaged in rearing fine stock, making a specialty of Norman horses and Durham cattle. To his first marriage eight children were born, all living but one. The mother died December 4,1866. January 5, 1868, he wedded Margaret J. Hart, his present wife. Mr. Taylor owns about 700 acres of land in Warrick County, is a Prohibitionist and a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The names of his children are John L., Theodore H., Union T., Albert, Francis, Virgil and Lillie J.

  2. Obituary of Gurley Taylor, in Find A Grave.

    Peter is listed as a surviving brother, living in Wichita, Kansas.