'Taylor03'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Taylor of Basted, Taylor of Bifrons, Taylor of Bordesley Park, Taylor of Castle Taylor, Taylor of Maidstone, Taylor of Moseley Hall, Taylor of Strensham

Commoners reports that this family was orginally from Whitchurch in Shropshire.
Nathaniel Taylour or Taylor (recorder of Colchester, MP for Bedfordshire)
m. ?? Bridges (dau of Colonel ?? Bridges of Wallingford)
1. John Taylor, 1st of Bifrons (Kent) (b 07.12.1655, d 04.04.1729)
  Both Commoners & Berry identify John's wife Olivia as dau of Sir Nicholas Tempest, Bart of Durham. We speculate that she was in fact ...
  m. Olivia Tempest (bur 17.04.1716, dau of Nicholas Tempest, grandson of Sir Nicholas Tempest, Bart of Stella in co. Durham)
  A. Brook Taylor of Bifrons (b 18.08.1685, d 20.11.1731, mathematician)
  m. Elizabeth Sawbridge (bur 20.03.1729, dau of John Sawbridge of Olantigh)
i. Elizabeth Taylor (bpt 25.03.1730, d 12.07.1801)
  m. (1747) Sir William Young, Bart
  B. Herbert Taylor, later of Bifrons (bpt 15.05.1698, d 29.09.1763, rector of Hunton, vicar of Patrixbourn)
  m. Mary Wake (dau of Rev. _ Wake, nephew of (William Wake), Archbishop (of Canterbury))
Commoners identifies Mary as "daughter of Dr. Wake, prebendary of Canterbury, and nephew of Archbishop Wake, ancestor of Sir William Wake, bart. of Courteen". We assume that this means that she was connected to the Wakes of Courteenhall but we have yet to identify exactly how.
  i. Herbert Taylor of Bifrons (b c1731, d unm 19.11.1767)
  ii. Edward Taylor of Bifrons (b 26.08.1734, d 08.12.1798)
  m. (1769) Margaret Payler (b 1743-4, d 27.04.1780, sister of Thomas Watkinson Payler of Kent)
  a. Edward Taylor of Bifrons (b 24.06.1774) had issue
  m. (06.09.1802) Louisa Beckingham (dau of Rev. J.C. Beckingham of Bourn House)
  b. Sir Herbert Taylor (b 29.09.1779, dspms, Lt. General, MP) had issue
  m. (1819) Charlotte Albinia Desbrowe (dau of Edward Desbrowe by Charlotte, dau of George, 3rd Earl of Buckinghamshire)
  c. Mary Elizabeth Taylor (b 1770, d 02.06.1840)
  m. (19.04.1796) Edward Bootle-Wilbraham, 1st Lord Skelmersdale (b 07.03.1771, d 03.04.1853)
  d. Charlotte Taylor (b 1771)
  m. (03.03.1794) Edward Northey (d 02.1828, Canon of Windsor)
  e.+ other issue - Sir Brook (b 30.12.1776, envoy), William (d 16.07.1797), Bridges Watkinson (b 1778, d 24.02.1814, Captain RN), Margaret (d unm 24.10.1809)
  iii.+ other issue - Mary (bur 23.12.1731), Olive (bur 09.06.1733)
  C.+ other issue (d young) - Upton (bpt 07.06.1695), James (bur 12.09.1695), Nathaniel (bur 06.11.1700), John (bur 05.01.1703), Hannah (b 13.02.1700)
2.+ 17 others (including "several died young")



Walter Taylor 'of Castle Taylor'
m. Catherine Staunton
1. John Taylor
  m. Anne Taylor (dau of Walter Taylor of Ballymacragh)
A. Walter Taylor of Castle Taylor in Ardraham, co. Galway
  m1. Anne Barry (d 21.03.1758, dau of James, 4th Earl of Barrymore)
  m2. (10.1766) Hester (Esther) Trench (sister of William, 1st Earl of Clancarty)
  i. Sir John Taylor of Castle Taylor, Sheriff of co. Galway (b 29.09.1771, d 12.1843, General)
  m. (24.04.1798) Albinia Frances Jeffreys (dau of St. John Jeffreys of Blarney Castle, widow of Lt. Col. Stephen Fremantle)
  a. Albinia Hester Taylor
  m. (28.03.1825) Francis Manley Shawe, later Shawe-Taylor of Castle Taylor, Sheriff of co. Galway (b 29.08.1797, d 1863, son of William Cunliffe Shawe of Southgate House by Philippa Pole)
  b. Cecilia Agnes Taylor (dsp 1882)
  m. (30.06.1842) Henry Cavendish Butler (son of Augustus Butler Danvers, son of Brinsley, 2nd Earl of Lanesborough)
ii. Frances Taylor
  m. Robert O'Hara of Raheen
  iii. Elizabeth Taylor
  m1. George Stewart (Lt. Colonel)
  m2. (1812) Francis Synge of Glanmore Castle
  iv. Hester Taylor
  v. Anne Taylor (d 15.08.1844)
  m. (29.01.1795) Power Trench, Archbishop of Tuam (d 26.03.1839)
2. Rebecca Taylor probably of this generation
  m. Nicholas Donelan of Rahally (d 1718)



Jonathan Taylor of London
1/2. John Taylor of Ripley, Southamptonshire (dsp 1762)
2/1. Jonathan Taylor of Bordesley, Warwickshire (d 1733)
  m. Rebecca Kettle
  A. John Taylor of Bordesley Park, Sheriff of Warwickshire (b 27.03.1711, d 27.03.1775, banker) the first mentioned by FMG
m. (1734) Mary Baker (dau of James Baker of Birmingham by Mary Hunt)
  i. John Taylor of Bordesley Park & Moseley Hall (Worcestershire), Sheriff of Warwickshire (b 20.02.1738, d 27.08.1814)
  m. (26.06.1778) Sarah Skey (dau of Samuel Skey of Spring Grove)
  a. John Taylor of Strensham Court (Worcestershire), Sheriff of Warwickshire (b 13.12.1780, a 1817, dsp)
  b. James Taylor of Moseley Hall & Moor Green, Sheriff (b 28.01.1783, d 08.10.1852) had issue
  m1. (06.12.1814) Louisa Skey (d 18.03.1822, dau/coheir of Samuel Skey of Spring Grove)
  m2. (05.07.1825) Anne Elizabeth Moseley (dau of Walter Michael Moseley of Buildwas Park)
  c. Joanna Taylor (d 23.12.1853)
  m. (11.1810) Sir Thomas Edward Winnington, 3rd Bart of Stanford Court (b 1780, d 1839)
  d. Caroline Taylor
  m. (11.12.1823) Rev. George William Bowyer Adderley of Fillongley Hall (dsp)
  e.+ other issue - William (b 25.03.1789, d 17.11.1839), Sarah, Mary
  ii. daughter
  m. John Sayer
  B. James Taylor (d unm)
  C. Mary Taylor
  m. _ Dalton



John Taylor of Ightham, Kent
m. Hannah Jones (dau of Clement Jones of Seal)
1. Clement Taylor of Basted in Wrotham, Kent
  m. Sarah Quelch (dau of William Quelch of Dartford)
  A. Liberty Taylor of Maidstone (a 1828, 7th son)
  m. Eleanor Allen (d 09.11.1828, dau of James Allen of Maidstone)
  i. William Allen Taylor of Maidstone & Appledore, Kent
  ii. Jane Taylor
  m. James Whatman of Maidstone
  iii. Mary Taylor
  m. George Burr of Maidstone
  iv. Frances Taylor
  m. James Woodbridge of Wateringbury
  v.+ other issue - James, Edward Austen, Eleanor Allen
  B. Sarah Taylor
  m. John Russell
  C. Elizabeth Taylor
  m. Robert Edmeads
  D. Charlotte Taylor
  m. James Smythe
  E.+ other issue - William (dsp), Clement of Tovil House (dsp, MP), John of Basted (dsp), James (dsp), Thomas Quelch (dsp), George of Basted (had issue), Hannah (dsp), Eleanor, Ann (dsp)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 07.03.09, reviewed 19.01.17) : Commoners (vol 3, Taylor of Bifrons) , CountyGen (Kent, Berry, p277-)
(2) For second section (uploaded 07.03.09) : BLG1886 (Taylor of Castle Taylor), BLGI1912 (Shawe-Taylor of Castle Taylor), BIFR1976 (Shawe-Taylor)
(3) For third section (uploaded 20.06.12, reviewed 17.07.16) : BLG1886 (Taylor of Strensham), FMG (vol 3, MS498-9, 'Scott-Taylor', p1122+)
(4) For lower section (uploaded 22.12.16) : CountyGen (Kent, Berry, p193-)
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