Re: Samuel Taylor family
- View SourceI have to reply to my own message! My speculation that the documents
I found were executed by my Samuel McDaniel Taylor was wrong.
There were two Samuel Taylors in the 1850 Franklin
County, TN census. The second one (not my relation) was 45, born in
VA, who had an Agnes, age 28, in the household. The
document giving power of attorney to James, was
witnessed by Agnes G. Taylor. My Samuel McDaniel
Taylor did not have an Agnes. This document and the
sales by attorney in Franklin County must have been
executed by a Samuel Taylor different from mine.
Back to the drawing board!
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> If anyone is researching the Samuel McDaniel Taylor/Mary Brinson
> family, I might have found something interesting. I found a
> in a Franklin County Deed Book indicating that a Samuel Taylor gavesell
> actual power of attorney to James Taylor. James then proceeded to
> land on behalf of Samuel.Jackson
> Question is was this Samuel Taylor the same as the one who can be
> located in the 1850 Franklin County, TN census? Sam lived in
> County, AL and can be found in the 1830 and 1840 censuses. He movedto
> Franklin County, TN between 1840 and 1850. One of his daughterswas
> Nancy Taylor who married John Carr. They were my 4th grgrandparents.
> The Taylors were related to the Carr and Edwards families of
> County, AL.
> I'd be glad to hear from anybody out there!
> Robert Schneider