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John B. Taylor
Posted by: Bobbie Asche (ID *****6179) Date: March 18, 2006 at 12:07:36
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Looking for information on the Taylor family of Spencer Co., KY, but with John's birth date being 1808 he could have been born in either Nelson Co. or Shelby Co., KY

John B. Taylor born 1808 in (Spencer Co., KY) and died in 1868 Owen Co., Indiana.. Looking for who his parents were..

John married a Delilah Edwards (or Hogarth??) on 12-31-1828 and had 9 children.. and they eventually moved to(Larence, Owen, Monroe and then Daviess Co.) Indiana where most lived and died there..

Delilah Edwards parent's were Sylvanus Edwards & Elizabeth Williams.

I've ssen that theie wedding date was either 12/31/1828 Jefferson Co., In and then I've seen 09/27/1827 Lincoln Co., KY... very confusing.....

Really need help in researching them from Spencer Co., KY.... this is the brickwall I can't break down!!

ALSO: I'm looking to see if anyone has a copy of the Nelson County Genealogist Vol 2 June 1986 # 4.. in it was mention old Bible and the surname TAYLOR was mentioned.

If anyone has this copy could they please email me the info inside it about the TAYLOR's.

Any help is greatly appreciated... :o)

Bobbie Asche
mykyhillbillytree (at) hotmail 9dot)com

http://members.tripod.com/garfield67_2003-ivil/


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