'Taylor06'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Taylor of Ballinure, Taylor of Noan, Taylor of Washington

Robert Taylor of Washington, Criche (b 1520, d 1589)
1. Robert Taylor of Washington (b 1561, d 1616)
  m. Joan
  A. George Taylor of Washington (b 1592, 2nd son?)
  m. Helen Dobb of Pillesley, North Wingfield
i. Richard Taylor of Washington (b 1621, d 1701)
  m. Troth Walton (d 1667)
  a. Richard Taylor (b 1643, d 1695, 2nd son?)
  m. Helen Hill (dau of William Hill of Washington)
  (1) John Taylor of Washington (b 1692, a 1769, d unm?)
  (2) Helen Taylor (b 13.06.1686, d 16.01.1771)
  m. John Reynolds (b 1682, d 1774)
  (3) Richard Taylor
  b. Helen Taylor
  m. Ralph Ridgway (Ridgeway) of Wirksworth
  (1) Daniel Ridgeway of Bawtry
  (A)+ issue - Dorothy, Helen
  (2) Sara Ridgeway
  m. Thomas Hutchinson
(3) Mary Ridgeway (d unm 1739)
  c. Troth Taylor
  The following comes from FMG (p217).
  m. Thomas Sherbrook of Higham (son of Robert & brother of Richard & John)
  (1) Troth Sherbrook(e)
  m. Henry Gregson of Higham
  d. Mary Taylor
  m. Richard Prime of Darley
  (1) John Prime (d unm)
  (2) Sara Prime ("to America where they had numerous issue")
  m. Matthew Ash
  e.+ other issue (d unm) - George, John (d young), Elizabeth
  ii.+ other issue - Jane, Helen
  B.+ other issue - Henry (d young), Ann, Elizabeth
2. John Taylor (b 1575)



Rowland ('the Martyr') Taylor (b 1495, d 08.02.1554, archdeacon of Exeter)
1. Edmond Taylor (d 1607) named Thomas by Wikipedia ("Jeremy Taylor")
  A. Nathaniel Taylor
  m. (03.10.1605) Mary Dean
  i. Nathaniel Taylor of Noan, co. Tipperary (b 08.12.1611, d 16.12.1675, 2nd son)
  m. Susannah Lovelace of Galway
  a. Robert Taylor of Noan
  m. Elizabeth Cook (dau of Gyles Cook)
  (1) Lovelace Taylor of Noan & Ballinure, Sheriff of co. Tipperary (d 1760)
  m. Anne Hackett (dau of Rev. Robert Hackett of Thurles)
  (A) Nathaniel Taylor of Noan & Ballinure (b 1714, dsp 07.03.1775)
  m. (1744) Susannah Hackett
  (B) Godfrey Taylor of Noan & Ballinure (b 1723, d 09.09.1799)
  m1. (25.02.1756) Anna Maria Hearn (dau of Archdeacon Daniel Hearn of Dublin)
  m2. (1778) Lydia Bacon (dau/coheir of Edward Bacon of Rathkenny)
  BLGI1912 is not clear which wife was mother of which child. We assume that all were children of Lydia.
  (i) Edward Taylor of Noan (d 1801, 2nd son)
  m. Elizabeth Hewetson (dau of Wallace Hewetson of Kilkenny)
  (a) Nathaniel Taylor of Noan, Sheriff of co. Tipperary (dsp 28.04.1828)
  m. (1808) Anne Alicia Jacob (dau/heir of Samuel Jacob of Mobarnan)
  (b) Anne Taylor
  m. (1819) John Bagwell, later Taylor of Kilmore
They had a son, John Bagwell Taylor (b 1820), who succeeded to Nolan "which was sold in 1853".
  (c)+ other issue (dsp?) - Edward, Godfrey
  (ii) Nathaniel Taylor of Ballinure (d 1830)
  m. (1798) Helena Hare (dau of Rev. Patrick Hare of Deerpark, Cashel)
  (a) Godfrey Taylor of Ballinure (b 01.10.1803, d 05.04.1850) had issue
  m. (02.11.1830) Anna Hare (dau of John Hare of Deerpark)
(b) Mary Taylor
  m. (1822) John Langley of Parkstown ## see here ##
  (c) Lydia Taylor
  m. (1833) Robert William White of Springmount
  (d) Helena Taylor
  m. Frederick Scargill of Cashel (General)
  (iii) Lydia Taylor
  m. (1798) Jeremiah Langley of Lisnoden
  (iv) Anne Taylor
  m. (1787-8) Richard Levinge of Lurgo (son of Sir Richard, 4th Bart)
  (v) Elizabeth Taylor
  m. (1806) John Barton
  (vi) Susannah Taylor
  m. Laurence Grace Langley of Brittas Castle
(viii)+ other issue(d unm) - Lovelace (dvp), Robert (d young), Frances
  (C) Thomas Taylor (d 1748)
  (D) Ellen Taylor
  m. Benjamin Prince
  (E) Anne Taylor
  m. (1734) William Pennefather (son of Mathew of Newpark by Lavinia Kingsmill)
  (F) Elizabeth Taylor
  m. Robert Low of Mallards
  (2)+ other issue - Gyles, Nathaneil (a 03.1752)
  b. Mary Taylor
m. Samuel Brocas or Brockhus
  ii. Jeremy Taylor, Bishop of Down & Connor (b 06.08.1613, d 13.08.1667)
  Of his family, BLGI1912, which reports that he d 1673, mentions only that he "left by Joanna, his second wife, a dau., Mary (m. Archbishop Marsh)". Details on him come from Wikipedia ("Jeremy Taylor") which reports (inter alia) that he "was born in Cambridge, the son of a barber" and was son of Nathan son of Thomas son of Rowland "the martyr".
  m1. (1636) Phoebe Langsdale
  a.+ "several children"
m2. Joanna Brydges (dau of King Charles I by ?? Brydges)
  b. Mary Taylor
  m. Francis Marsh, Archbishop of Dublin
  c. Joanna Taylor
  m. Edward Harrison 'of Morley' (MP for Lisburn)
  (1) Mary Harrison (d 18.12.1745) probably of this generation
  m1. Benjamin Columbine
  m2. (30.11.1721) Sir Cecil Wray of Rathcannon Castle & Branston, 12th Bart(dsp 09.05.1736)
  d.+ other issue - Edward, Charles, William, another
  iii.+ other issue - Edmond (b 03.08.1606, d 22.09.1607), Thomas (b 21.07.1616), John (b 13.04.1619), Mary

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : FMG (vol 4, MS551, 'Taylor', p1198)
(2) For lower section : BLGI1912 ('Taylor of Ballinure')
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