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Re: TAYLOR's of Carbonear circa 1725
Posted by: Karen Date: January 28, 2002 at 17:08:40
In Reply to: Re: TAYLOR's of Carbonear circa 1725 by viv stone of 1168

Hi Viv,
I cannot say for certain that the families are connected, but it would seem an odd coincidence if not, hmm?

I have a Henry Hayward Taylor and a William Hayward Taylor...all last names are Taylor...tracing the middle name Hayward back as far as the mid 1700's, possibly even 1725 with a Richard H. Taylor (three of his sons bore the middle name Hayward.) Perhaps his mother was a Hayward?

Wish I could be of more help.


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