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Mary Leaverton Taylor
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Birth: 1858
Maryland, USA
Death: 1909
Wheeler Springs
Houston County
Texas, USA

Married French Taylor in 1880, was from Maryland.
Mary Leaverton was the first wife of : French Taylor, they had 11 children:5 girls and 6 boys:
Lucy, Lena, Alfred, Payne, Alex, Ira, Lillie Mae, August, Mckenely, Jake and Jessie.

French's Children from his second marriage; to Lela Taylor. Wesley, Ruth, Ruby, Gertie, And French Jr.

French Taylor, was the father of 16 children.

We first find Mary on the 1880 Houston County Census, 22 years old. She is a housewife, and the mother of Ira,a son, who is less than one year old. French is 23 years old and a farmer. Also in the home is 7 year old Ann Clark who is listed as other.

We next find Mary on the 1900 Houston County Census 40 years old. She tells the census taker her parents were born in Maryland. She has been married to French for 20 years, and she is the mother of 10 children, all living at the time of this census. Those living at home:
Ira born Nov 1879
French born Sept 1883
Alf born Oct 1888
Alex born Jan 1893
McKinley born Feb 1896
August born Aug 1899 She is 9 months old as of June 1st.

French Taylor is widowed on the 1910 Houston County Census.

Family links: 
  French Taylor (1849 - 1937)
  Jessie Taylor Warfield*
  Jake Taylor*
  Ira Taylor (1881 - ____)*
  French Taylor (1883 - ____)*
  Alfred Taylor (1888 - ____)*
  Payne Taylor (1891 - ____)*
  Lucy Taylor Levi (1895 - ____)*
  Lena Taylor (1895 - ____)*
  McKinley Taylor (1896 - 1926)*
  Lillie Mae Taylor Harper (1897 - 1935)*
  August Isabella Taylor Willis (1899 - 1941)*
*Calculated relationship
Hall Cemetery
Houston County
Texas, USA
Created by: h. murphy wilmore
Record added: May 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90618934

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