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James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas

Gifford E. White

James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas

by Gifford E. White

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Published by G. White in Austin, Tex. (2405 Woodmont, Austin 78703) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • White family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gifford White.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W585 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 137 p. :
    Number of Pages137
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3084470M
    LC Control Number82185723

    III. William J. Taylor. JOHN TAYLOR AND HIS TAYLOR DESCENDANTS. IV. Frank Elmore Taylor, m. Mamie Huson. V. Albert Taylor, m. Gertrude Moore. James Taylor [William Jesse 4, John 3, Thomas 2, John 1 ], was killed at Gaines' Mill while bearing the colors of Gregg's Regiment in one of the hottest enfillading fires of the war. This website is dedicated to the family history, both ancestry and descendancy, of Joseph Taylor (b. about in Virginia) and of Nancy, his wife (surname unknown). About , Joseph moved his family to North Carolina to take up a large land grant with two other Taylor men, Richard and Thomas, who may have been related.

    Children of William Taylor and Sarah Foster are: 1. Jesse TAYLOR born Wythe or Grayson VA d 12 March 2. William TAYLOR born about 3. Joshua TAYLOR born about 4. Richard TAYLOR born about 5. Thomas Andrew TAYLOR born about 6. James TAYLOR born about 7. George TAYLOR born about 8. John TAYLOR born about 9. Edward Curd of Henrico County, Virginia and Some of His Descendants. MSS., available on microfilm at FHL. [Curd] Fuller, Frank D. and Thomas H.S. Curd. The Curd Family in America: Genealogy of Some of the Descendants of Edward Curd of Henrico County, Virginia, , with Brief Notes on the Allied Families of Price and Watkins. Rutland, Vermont.

    James Taylor is usually called the first (I) or the elder to differentiate him from his direct descendants who were also named James. He appeared in Virginia around the latter mid ’s. There is mention of a James Taylor as a headwright of Leonard Chamberlain in his land patent in . A veteran of the War of , James Taylor White (b) migrated to this area from Louisiana in As a rancher, he developed one of the largest herds of Longhorn cattle in southeast Texas. On White's ranch in June , area colonists signed the Turtle Bayou Resolutions. Written to protest the actions of Captain Juan Davis Bradburn.


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James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas by Gifford E. White Published by G. White in Austin, Tex. ( Woodmont, Austin ).Pages:   James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas by Gifford E.

White; 1 edition; First published in ; People: White family. James Taylor White and William White migrated from Orange County, Virginia to South Carolina, then to Burke County, North Carolina.

One descendant, William married Sophia Davenport and reared ten children there. Descendants and relatives lived also in Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisiana, Texas and. WHITE, JAMES TAYLOR (–). James Taylor White (known as Taylor White), cattleman and rancher, son of John and Sarah (Gambel) White, was born on Jin Louisiana.

During the s his family probably moved to Louisiana from the Carolinas, where his grandfather had received a land grant in WHITE, JAMES TAYLOR (). James Taylor White (known as Taylor White), cattleman and rancher, son of John and Sarah (Gambel) White, was born on Jin Louisiana.

During the s his family probably moved to Louisiana from the Carolinas, where his grandfather had received a land grant in THE TAYLOR FAMILY TREE – Introduction by Steve Taylor.

Grinnan, MD., wrote*: “Many years ago this Gen. James Taylor, Gen. Memican Hunt, and Hon. Robert Taylor, of Orange, met by appointment at Washington (probably when Mr.

Robert Taylor was in Congress), in order to make an accurate chart of the Taylor family, and each one kept a copy of the chart they made out. The Taylor Family Bible was published in the VA Magazine of History and Biography  in This is the only known source for family birth, marriage, and death dates which seem to be generally accepted as correct. James Taylor was probably a native of England, but once he arrived in Virginia.

July 24 - William White is released on his "good behavior" for one year to James Taylor White for the stabbing of John Chissum. [Book 4a,p 1] On this same day William White is made administrator of the estate fo Rebecca Chissum.

deceased. Hi, I'm a descendant of James Taylor White via his son William White and Sophia Davenport, Dau Betty White and Parmenas Taylor.

I have copy of Gifford book, I have met Gifford several times before his death. From Virginia Genealogies: A Genealogy of the Glassell Family of Scotland and Virginia by Horace Edwin Hayden published in “this very imperfect Taylor pedigree is given. It is based mainly on a chart of the descendants of James Taylor of Carlisle, Eng., kindly loaned me by Miss Edmonia Taylor.

Get this from a library. James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas. [Gifford E White] -- James Taylor White and William White migrated from Orange County, Virginia to South Carolina, then to Burke County, North Carolina.

One descendant, William married Sophia Davenport and reared ten. James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas.

[Gifford E White] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. He was probably in his sixties. A copy of the Taylor Family Bible at the Library of Virginia in Richmond shows James Taylor's date of death as 30 Aprand a court record in Caroline Co., VA contains a statement made by Mary (Gregory) Taylor, widow of James Taylor, giving his date of death as April Dedication of Memorial Tablet to James Taylor, Jun 6, at the King and Queen County courthouse.

Thomas owned acres in King & Queen Co. inneighboring land owned by the Chissum family and the family of James Taylor () after whom his son is named.

King and Queen County Virginia was formed in from New Kent County. White was born in into a family that had raised cattle in locations from Carolina to Louisiana. At age thirty, Taylor moved on west along the Opelousas Road to Texas and first settled in the area of Anahauc, near the Gulf of Mexico.

And he brought the start of his herd with him. James Taylor White, Sr. is a member of The Shook Family website researching Texas Shook families and families associated with the Pate Cemetery (Pate-Sanders Cemetery).

Another Virginia White family began with the marriage of James Taylor White and Elizabeth Powe in Orange county around the year They moved to the Carolinas in the ’s. Their son James was in Mississippi (Natchez) in and his line was later to be found in Louisiana and Texas.

James’s son Martin White, who crossed into Spanish. Some of Dr. Taylor's descendants are buried in the churchyard at St. Mary's. Some of them came to America in the early 's. His descendants and relations include several presidents of the United States, the Lee family of Virginia, Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America, and Dr.

Guy Baker Taylor, the inventor of. Extended Shively Family Genealogy includes Taylor; Donald Robertson and his wife, Rachel Rogers, of King and Queen County, Virginia, their ancestry and posterity also, a brief account of the ancestry of Commodore Richard Taylor of Orange County, Virginia, and his naval history during the war of the American Revolution (Source: Internet Archive).White, Gifford, James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas, Austin, TX, York Co.

VA Will Book, No. 18,p. Gifford E. White has written: 'James Taylor White of Virginia and some of his descendants into Texas' 'First settlers of Red River County, Texas' -- subject(s): Genealogy, Registers of births.