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Taylor, Lovell, and related names

compiled by Joyce L. Tompkins, 1978-1989 : with help from Marjorie Dorn ... [et al]
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990
on 1 microfilm reel : ill., geneal. tables, ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript, ms., and printed materials collection (photocopy, ca. 140 leaves) loaned for filming by Joyce L. Tompkins, South Bend, Indiana.

Cover title.

Dudley Taylor, born in 1784 in Virginia, served in the War of 1812 from Kentucky. He married Nancy Jane Lawson in 1812 in Washington County, Kentucky. They had eight children, ca. 1812-1831. The family migrated to Indiana, ca. 1820. He died in 1855 in LaPorte County, Indiana. Descemdamts listed lived in Indiana and elsewhere.

Includes the Lovell, Hooton, Parnell, and other related families.

Jarrett P. Lovell was born in 1819 in Mercer County, Kentucky, the son of Jarrett and Polly Lovell. He married Priscilla Emily Taylor, daughter of Dudley and Nancy Jane Lawson Taylor, in 1840 in Decatur County, Indiana. They had thirteen children, 1841-1861, born in Decatur and Marshall Counties, Indiana. He died in 1891 at Plymouth, Indiana. Descendants listed lived in Indiana and elsewhere.

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