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Descendants of Robert Taylor from Abt 1825


2. Hiram T Taylor

Hiram was a leading farmer of Cook county. His farm was out from Cecil.

Arminda Ellender Ogletree

Hi I was at your website at and noticed that you show Hiram Taylor and Mindie Ogletree,they were my great grand parents.I believe that John Ogletree was Mindie's father,her brother David was named after John's father David Ogletree.Mindie's real name was Arminda Ellender Ogletree,her mother's name was Lively Ellender Pittman,after John Ogletree died Lively married James Lasseter.Arminda's sister Mary was married to Wesley Lasseter the brother of James Lasseter.Wesley and Mary's daughter Mollie was married to Needham Taylor and their daughter Verdie was married to General Jackson Taylor.Do you happen to know the middle name of Hiram T Taylor ?.....Wayne Taylor
Feb. 2006

10. Missouri Taylor

Missouri is burried near Hughey A. Taylor at Bushycreek in Cook county Georgia.

14. Parry Taylor

Parry was shot and killed in 1933.

My daddy, Hiram Doye Taylor Sr. who was born in 1921 remembered his uncle Parry well. He has told me stories about how good he was with dogs, (Daddy talked like Parry had many dogs and they would follow him around.).

The story about Parry's death was that he owned a large farm near Cecil Georgia, ( I don't know if it this was a part of his father Hiram T. Taylor's farm or not), and he had a family living on the farm; the man worked for him. The story goes that Parry would send the man off to work and then he would visit the man's wife. One day the man caught on and stayed home. When Parry came onto the front porch the man shot him in the face with a shot gun. In those days many houses of the poorer folks had a small hole in the door so a chain could be pulled though to pad lock the door when they left the house. It is though this hole that the husband shot Parry. One of my aunts (Robbie Nelle (Miley)) went and helped my grand mother, Mary Jane Hancock Taylor clean up the body.

I don't know where Parry is burried.
(Oct. 2002, Found out!!! He is in the Taylor plot at Fellowship. He has a slab but not marker. I think he is to right of Hiram T. Taylor, his father.) *He is beside Minda Taylor, his mother, not Hiram.

John R. Taylor 26 Feb. 2000

Toy Surrency told me that the farm Parry had was his father Hiram's. Toy told me a few weeks before his death that he remembered going to Perry's funeral.

3. William H. Taylor

This is most likly not the William H. Taylor who married Amanda F. Parrish.

In 1930 Mrs. Shaw wrote in her book the History of Cook County that William Taylor and Sarah Graddy moved to Florida when their children were small and have never returned.

4. Hughey A Taylor

Hughey A. Taylor was a successful farmer. In 1930 he was living in the southern part of Cook County Georgia near his son, General Jackson Taylor.

5. John T. Taylor

***[ John Married three times. Lovdy out lived him so he must have divorced her. He has a marker beside her at Burshycreek cemetary but with no death date. He was most likly not married to the Znie person.] *****

His death date may be 26 June 1901.

***Update***nov. 2002 ***

John's grandson, Jr. Adams says John was married only once and is burried beside Lovedy at Brushy Creek.

The 1880 census lists John and Lovedy with William a son and John Lindsey a nephew in the household. John Lindsey is listed as 10 years old and a farm hand. William is one month old.

41. Raiford Taylor

Moved to Florida.

Moved to Florida.

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Georgia Statewide Genealogy Resources:

The Story of Georgia and the Georgia People, 1732 to 1860

Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution. Vol. 2: Records of Richmond County, Georgia

Parts of this web site produced 17 Oct 1999 by
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
updated Aug 13, 2008

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