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The Taylors of Tabernacle : the history of a family

compiled and published by Tabernacle Historical Committee
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Brownsville, Tennessee : Tabernacle Historical Committee, 1957-1983
2 v. : ill., coats of arms (1 col.), facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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To view a digital version of Vol. 2 of this item click here.

Vol. 2 compiled by Averil Crafton Taylor, genealogy; Margaret Rankin Taylor, editor for Tabernacle Historical Committee, Brownsville, Tennessee.

Includes index.

Contents: v. 1. The history of a family, including the genealogy of its descendants, with biographical sketches and family journals with daily accounts of life in Haywood County, Tennessee for over a century, including the Civil War years, and the part played by the Rev. Howell Taylor and his five sons in the establishment of Tabernacle and Methodism on the frontier of western Tennessee -- v. 2. Biographical sketches, family journals, correspondence, genealogy, 1826-1983.

Includes Alexander, Barbee, Green, Hamner, Jordan, Mann, Read, Thornton, Venable and related families.

James Taylor (d.1698) married Mary Gregory in 1682, and lived in King & Queen County, Virginia. Descendants lived throughout the United States.

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