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Nathan Taylor b. VT of Jay, Essex Co., NY 1820
Posted by: Denise Perkins Ready (ID *****0767) Date: September 22, 2012 at 14:24:49
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Source:History of Essex Co., NY, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers by : H. P. Smith, Syracuse, NY (1885)

NATHAN TAYLOR, of Jay, Essex Co., NY, is a native of Rupert, VT. His parents were Israel and Rodah (Harmon) Taylor, who came to Jay about 1820. They had thirteen chldren; Nathan Taylor married Susan, daughter of Benjamin Bull, of Jay, Essex Co., NY; she died in 1875 and left six children, viz: Benjamin (deceased), Charles, Daniel C., Seth, Ellen (deceased), Eleazer, Maria (now Mrs. William Dudley, of Nebraska), and Florence (Mrs. Benjamin K. Coolidge), of Jay, NY. Daniel C. Taylor is a representative farmer of Jay, NY and one of the assessors of his town. He was born Nov. 6th, 1839; married in 1862 to Sarah J., daughter of James Crary, of Saranac, N.Y.. Their two children are Nettie and Warren Taylor. Mr. Taylor is an ex-soldier of the late war; enlisted in 1864 in the 46th N.Y. Vol. Infantry, Company C; served ten months; was in front of Petersburg and other hot engagements. He has a good farm of 100 acres. Eleazer Taylor, the sixth of the family has been twice married, first to Laura E. Coolidge, of Jay, NY, who died, leaving two children, Clark E. and Laura E. Taylor. His present wife is Lottie E. Wither, of Perue, Essex Co., N.Y.

*NOTE*. I am not related to this family. I have NO further information. The source of where this information was obtained from is listed at the top of this page.

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