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Taylor, Hartgrove, Allison, Hale/Haile, Stewart
Posted by: Gerene Lord (ID *****3373) Date: July 01, 2012 at 18:34:19
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I really need help to find parents of Dr.Stephen Taylor 1795-1864, War of 1812 from Sullivan Co TN, died 1864 Meigs Co TN.
Would love to find an Obituary.
dWe have not determined who Dr.Stephen Taylor's parents were after 20-30 yrs researching.
First found in 1830 Census of Sullivan Co TN and 1850 Meigs Co TN Died in Meigs Co TN in 1864.
Married Mary Hartgrove 28 Mar 1826 in Mecklenburg Co NC. Mary d. June 1843. Married Anna/Amna Allison d. 1846 in Meigs Co TN
Married Serenah *Cyrene" Hale in 1849 dau of Mark Hale in McMinn Co TN
Re: 1880 Census Scott Co AR of son Richard Robert Taylor states his father was born in NY.
Stephen Taylor's dau living in Washington Territory with her mother, Cyrene Hale Taylor, also stated her father born in NY.
Therefor, I believe he was born 23 April 1795 (War of 1812 record) in NY, Served in War of 1812 from Sullivan Co TN,
however, my cousin Philip Taylor of Sequoyah Co AR has done extensive research and believes he was born in NC. We have not proven any siblings of Dr. Stephen Taylor.
Re: McClure, Cyrene in her Pension files refers to Elizabeth McClure's file and Elizabeth's husband being in War of 1812 with Stephen.
Would you have the War of 1812 Pension Record of McClure?
Hope I have typed all information correctly. Just got out of bed.

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