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Ancestors and descendants of Robert Orlan Taylor and Mona Elizabeth Jackson

compiled by Robert Tice Taylor
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Livingston, Texas] : R.T. Taylor, [1998?]
vi, 150 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Robert Orlan Taylor (1892-1978), son of Peter Tyce Taylor and Lydia Eliza Luthey, was born in Woodstock, Illinois and died in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He married Mona Elizabeth Jackson (1897-1993), born in Oxford, Kansas, daughter of Andrew Ferguson Jackson and Anna Catherine Dollard. Taylor ancestry is traced to Jonathan Taylor (1745/46-1831) of New York; Luthi family of Canton Bern, Switzerland and many other ancestral lines. Jackson ancestry is traced to William Jackson (1654-1719), of Cambridge, England and Virginia, son of Matthew Jackson (1630-1684) and Adam Dollard (ca. 1657-ca. 1725) of England and New Kent County, Virginia and several other lines. Families lived primarily in Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Jersey, and New York.

Includes index.

Includes Taylor, Eckerson, Halstead, Heady, Springsteen, Straatmaker, Luthi, Dollard, Jackson and related families.

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