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John Taylor, 4th Great-Grandfather

August 2, 2013 , ,

My 4th great-grandfather was born in Virginia and died in the Revolutionary War in South Carolina.

His father, John TAYLOR, b. ca. 1723, migrated from Virginia in 1754 to the east bank of the Congaree River, 10 miles south of Columbia, South Carolina.

Captain John TAYLOR (b. 1746 m. Sarah HIRONS d. 1 Feb 1781) was wounded twice, at Fort Moultrie and Sullivan’s Island, and captured with Colonel Thomas TAYLOR (b. 10 Sept 1743 & John’s brother) at Fishing Creek, but escaped while being carried to Camden, South Carolina. He was one of three brothers who fought in the American Revolution for the SC Militia.The 3rd brother, James TAYLOR, married both Sarah’s sister, Mary HIRONS, & Sarah DANIELL. (Taylor info: 19 April 2002)

Captain John Taylor died of smallpox during the war.

John Taylor (1747 – 1781)
is my 4th great grandfather
John Nimrod Taylor (1770 – 1816)
son of John Taylor
John Samuel Taylor (1798 – 1873)
son of John Nimrod Taylor
William Ellison Taylor (1839 – 1918)
son of John Samuel Taylor
George Harvey Taylor (1884 – 1941)
son of William Ellison Taylor
Ruby Lee Taylor (1922 – 2008)
daughter of George Harvey Taylor
Pamela Morse
I am the daughter of Ruby Lee Taylor

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wow.. this is pretty cool; Pam.. and this is getting more like pre-Revolutionary times.


Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

August 4, 2013

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