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Martha George Taylor brick wall
Posted by: Elizabeth Emert (ID *****3885) Date: December 22, 2003 at 07:34:36
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My grgr grandmother Martha was born on Nov. of 1872 according to the
1900 Knox County, Kentucky census.(However, remember that on Census
records dates are not always correct. I have 2 differant birth years
for my gr grandfather John David Taylor) Page 157a. Martha died
according to my gr grandmother's Bible on June 5, 1901 in I am
assuming Kentucky but it could have been Tennessee. I do know that
she married my gr grandfather John D. Taylor in Union County, TN on
October 3, 1891. I have not been able to locate a death record for
her or where her grave is. Martha and John had 4 children. If anyone
on this site knows anything about a possiable grave site for Martha
Please email me at

I have been looking at the 1880 census records and have only found
one Martha that lived in the general area of union and knox county TN
that would be in the age range for her. They lived in Blount County,
TN with parents listed as Jefferson George and Kaziah George on page
142 A. This is the only Martha that comes up living close to Union
County where Martha and John were married. In the age range for
Martha. Can anyone give me any information about this family? There were 3 others that came up accross the USA but the
parents of those Martha's parents were not born in TN. As the 1900
Census says that Martha's parents were born in TN. So I don't think
the other 3 matches could be her. This truely is a brick wall for me.
Any help anyone could give me would be apresheated. Thank you all so
much for the help. Have a wonderful holiday.

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