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From: "Bernie Moore-Knowles" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Taylor - Annita
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2006 21:37:00 -1000
References: <BAY108-F22176FADA2A08EB1A61F99CE2E0@phx.gbl>


Hi there Annita

Listen, this is what I have for your line - so, by all means set me
straight! LOL I noted that you said you only had your Ben Taylor listed as
a child - so, from what I have been able to gather - here are a few
siblings? At least I hope so! LOL

Any of this look right?

Descendants of Stephen "Steve" Taylor



1 Stephen "Steve" Taylor b: 1811 in North Carolina d: 1876 in Sage, Izard
Co., Arkansas Burial: Taylor Cemetery-East of Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas

. +Martha Hila "Jennie or Bettie" Arnold b: 1812 in Virginia m: Bef. 1835 d:
1852 in Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas Burial: Taylor Cemetery-East of Sage,
Izard Co., Arkansas

........... 2 Sarah Taylor

............... +? Langston

........... 2 Benjamin Franklin "Ben" Taylor b: September 17, 1835 in
Murfreesboro, Rutherford Co., Tennessee d: February 16, 1901 in Oxford,
Izard Co., Arkansas Burial: Shaver Campground Cemetery-Izard Co., Arkansas

............... +Mary Ann "Polly" Finley b: March 11, 1836 in Mt. Olive,
Izard Co., Arkansas m: 1855 d: December 24, 1912 in Oxford, Izard Co.,
Arkansas Burial: Shaver Campground Cemetery-Izard Co., Arkansas

........... 2 Mary Ann Taylor b: 1837 in Rutherford Co., Tennessee

........... 2 Elizabeth Jane "Liza" Taylor b: May 09, 1839 in near
Murphreesboro, Rutherford Co., Tennessee d: March 03, 1907 in Sage, Izard
Co., Arkansas Burial: Finley Creek Cemetery-Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas

............... +John Finley b: June 06, 1833 in Izard Co., Arkansas m: Abt.
1854 in Arkansas d: October 05, 1910 in Sage, near Big Springs, Izard Co.,
Arkansas Burial: Finley Creek Cemetery-Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas

........... 2 Samuel S. Taylor b: 1840 in Rutherford Co., Tennessee d: in
Fulton Co., Arkansas

............... +Nancy ?

........... 2 Joseph L. Taylor b: 1843 in Rutherford Co., Tennessee

........... 2 Thomas V. Taylor b: 1845 in Rutherford Co., Tennessee

........... 2 Julia Ann "Mitt" Taylor b: February 1846 in Rutherford Co.,
Tennessee

............... +? b: in Tennessee

........... *2nd Husband of Julia Ann "Mitt" Taylor:

............... +Drury Daniel b: 1809 in Tennessee or Rowan Co., North
Carolina m: 1875 in Izard Co., Arkansas d: Aft. 1880 in Izard Co., Arkansas

........... *3rd Husband of Julia Ann "Mitt" Taylor:

............... +Joseph "Joe" Mooneyham b: December 1823 in Tennessee m:
July 22, 1890 in Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas d: Aft. June 1900 in near Concord
Church-near Pineville, Izard Co., Arkansas Burial: Concord Cemetery or
Reeves Cemetery-near Pineville, Izard Co., Arkansas?

........... 2 Susan A. "Sabe" Taylor b: 1848 in Rutherford Co., Tennessee

............... +? Jones

........... 2 Martha Hila Taylor b: 1850 in Arkansas d: 1908 Burial: Corinth
Cemetery-Izard Co., Arkansas

............... +John Wiley Jones, Dr. b: March 1832 in Tennessee Burial:
Corinth Cemetery-Izard Co., Arkansas

........... 2 William James "Dick" Taylor b: January 01, 1852 in Arkansas d:
March 01, 1931 in near Stella, Izard Co., Arkansas Burial: Taylor
Cemetery-East of Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas

............... +Emily Victoria Coleman b: October 18, 1854 m: 1875 d:
January 23, 1878 Burial: Taylor Cemetery-East of Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas

........... *2nd Wife of William James "Dick" Taylor:

............... +Nancy Elizabeth "Lizzie" Collins b: December 16, 1859 m:
1879 d: January 03, 1929 in near Old Concord, Izard Co., Arkansas Burial:
Taylor Cemetery-East of Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas

*2nd Wife of Stephen "Steve" Taylor:

. +Arrena "Rena" Beckham b: November 18, 1825 in Tennessee m: 1860 d:
November 10, 1903 in Izard Co., Arkansas Burial: Taylor Cemetery-East of
Sage, Izard Co., Arkansas

........... 2 Frances "Jenevieve" Taylor b: in Tennessee

............... +? Buchanan

........... 2 Nancy Jane Taylor b: 1852 in Arkansas

........... 2 Green/George "Breckenridge" Taylor b: 1857 in Arkansas Burial:
Taylor Cemetery-Izard Co., Aekansas

........... 2 Martha M. Taylor b: 1860 in Arkansas

........... 2 Amanda Melvina Taylor b: April 11, 1860 in Stella, Izard Co.,
Arkansas d: July 31, 1936 in Izard Co., Arkansas Burial: Gray Cemetery-Izard
Co., Arkansas

............... +James Henry Bone b: June 18, 1857 in Barren Fork/Mt.
Pleasant, Izard Co., Arkansas m: February 07, 1878 in Stella, Izard Co.,
Arkansas d: April 03, 1937 in Izard Co., Arkansas Burial: Gray
Cemetery-Izard Co., Arkansas

........... 2 Frances G. Taylor b: 1862 in Arkansas

........... 2 Mary Emeline "Mollie" Taylor b: August 1865 in Arkansas or
Ohio

............... +Calvin C. Haley, Jr. b: March 1863 in Melbourne, Izard Co.,
Arkansas m: 1885 d: May 1941 in Miami, Ottawa Co., Oklahoma

........... 2 Bettie Taylor b: February 1871 in Arkansas

Bernie Moore-Knowles
Papa'aloa, Hawai'i

"I have Indian blood in me. I have just enough White blood for you to
question my honesty." ........Will Rogers

----- Original Message -----
From: "Annita Fulton" <>
To: <>
Cc: <>
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 7:40 PM
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Taylor and Cantrell - Beth


> Bernie, I'm sticking my nose in again but Vernon is Steve and Leffie
(Ogles)
> Taylor's son from Oxford. I sent a message in reply to one of
MikeWalker's
> messages earlier today, but have not seen it come thru. Gordie was my
> Granddad and Steve was his brother. Vernon and his wife lived in Calico
> Rock, and Vernon died in 1985. I'm sure all of this will be repeated in
> another message I sent earlier, but thought I might be of some help. As
for
> Catherine Jane Taylor - I don't show in our familytree, neither does
George
> Cantrell show. I do have some Cantrell's, but they are on the Carey side
of
> my Mother's family. My GGGGranddad Stephen Taylor was born 1811 in NC and
> died 1876 in Arkansas, and married Martha Hila Arnold - I only have my
> GGGranddad Benjamin Franklin Taylor listed under children, born Sep 17,
> 1835. My point being that I have no other children listed if they had any
> (I see Catherine was born in 1936, so it's in the same time period).
Maybe
> this will help sort Vernon out a bit.
>
> Annita
>
>
> >From: "Bernie Moore-Knowles" <>
> >Reply-To:
> >To: <>
> >Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Taylor and Cantrell - Beth
> >Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 22:03:23 -1000
> >
> >Okay Beth!
> >
> >The million dollar question is this:
> >
> >What Taylor family was Catherine Jane Taylor (1836-1906) connected? Wife
> >of
> >George Solomon Cantrell? They are buried at Spring Creek, also - right?
> >
> >Vernon Taylor must be connected to Catherine Taylor Cantrell? Maybe?
Yes?
> >No?
> >
> >Bernie Moore-Knowles
> >Papa'aloa, Hawai'i
> >
> >"I have Indian blood in me. I have just enough White blood for you to
> >question my honesty." ........Will Rogers
> >
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: <>
> >To: <>
> >Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 4:19 AM
> >Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Taylor ? Connection/Mike, others
> >
> >
> > >
> > > Mike,
> > > This may be a totally different family from yours but I need to ask,
> > > does anyone have the parents of Vernon Taylor (husband of Wilma
> >Langston)
> > > b. 7 Sep 1922 d. Jun 1985 bur Spring Creek Cem.
> > >
> > > I can't remember where his parents may have lived but I think it was
in
> > > Izard Co., AR.
> > > It looks as if Wilma got her ss# in TX bef 1951 so they may have lived
> >there
> > > then.
> > >
> > > I've asked their dau, Kathy for info but have not heard back from her.
> >She
> > > said that she has info about the Taylor gen but she may be like some
of
> >the
> > > rest of us----she has to discover where she filed it last!
> > >
> > > If anyone has Vernon's parents names would you please share. I have
> >already
> > > looked in the 1930 Fed Census. None of the birth years match but there
> >was
> >a
> > > Vernon in Big Flat, Baxter but there was about 5 years difference in
age
> >and
> > > the child was listed as a stepson so I don't feel like that is him.
> > >
> > > Would appreciate any info on this! I'm still trying to figure out the
> > > connection between my grandmother Alba McNeill Peck and Vernon Taylor,
> >they were
> > > some kind of cousins. Beats me but I do suspect that it goes way back
to
> >the
> > > wife of gggg George McNeill, who was the illusive Jane Mason. I'm
still
> >trying
> > > for some new info on Jane Mason but I have the distinct feeling that
she
> >was
> > > connected to the Culp family and if this is so-----Big FIat certainly
> >isn't
> > > a long way from the old community of Culp is it?
> > >
> > > Anyone with ideas, I'd love to hear any long shots!
> > > Thanks for reading!
> > > Beth
> > >
> > > In a message dated 9/12/2006 5:13:15 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> > > writes:
> > >
> > > Bertha Eva Robins Taylor, 85, of Melbourne, Arkansas, died December
18,
> > > 1994, enroute by ambulance from Melbourne to Batesville, Arkansas.
> >Bertha
> > > was
> > > born March 30, 1909, at Wideman, Arkansas, to the late Jesse and
Ellen
> >Ward
> > > Robins.
> > >
> > > She was united in marriage to Roy Burch Jett, Sr., in Izard County,
> > > Arkansas, in March 1930, and to this union two children were born.
> > >
> > > She was united in marriage to Guy Chamberlain at Wenatchee,
Washington,
> >in
> > > 1942, and to this union a son was born.
> > >
> > > She was united in marriage to O.B. Darrity in Oklahoma in 1960.
> > >
> > > On December 10, 1966, she was united in marriage to (my grandfather)
> >John
> > > Steve Taylor. He preceded her in death on October 9, 1979.
> > >
> > > Bertha grew up at Wideman, Old Kingdom, and Oxford. In her early
> >married
> > > years, she lived at Brockwell and the Violet Hill/Franklin areas.
> >While
> > > here
> > > in Izard County until 1942, she farmed side by side with her
husband.
> >In
> > > 1942, she moved to the State of Washington, where she worked in the
> >fields
> > > and
> > > orchards in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. She also worked in a
> >hospital
> >as
> > > a
> > > nurse caregiver. Among other important jobs, she was a homemaker
for
> >her
> > > home
> > > wherever she lived.
> > >
> > > She lived in Oklahoma in the 1960s until marrying John Taylor in
1966.
> > > They
> > > spent their married life between Brockwell and Oxford. She lived at
> > > Brockwell until 1983 and moved to Melbourne where she remained until
> >her
> > > sudden
> > > death.
> > >
> > > Bertha was an avid gardener and flower gardener and canned and froze
> >what
> > > she could save. She was a member of the Melbourne Church of Christ
in
> >her
> > > later years but had been a member of the Church all of her life. She
> >will
> > > always
> > > be remembered for her fashions and trademark red hair.
> > >
> > > Funeral Services were December 20, 1994, at the Howard Funeral Home
in
> > > Melbourne. Burial was in the Violet Hill Cemetery.
> > >
> > > Suriviors of Mrs. Taylor include a two sons, Roy Burch Jett, Jr. of
Hot
> > > Springs, Arkansas, and Darrell Chamberlain of Yakima, Washington; a
> > > daughter,
> > > Mrs. Eva Gilbreath of Violet Hill; a step-daughter, Mrs. Marie Walker
> >of
> > > Brockwell; five brothers, Flavel Robins of Washington, Sewell Robins
of
> > > Montana,
> > > Clyde Robins of California, Rex Robins of Washington, and Millard
> >Robins
> >of
> > >
> > > Washington; a sister, Mrs. Audie White of New Mexico; three
> >grandchildren,
> > > five
> > > step-grandchildren, one step great grandchild, and nine step great
> > > grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her fourth husband, John
> >Steve
> > > Taylor on
> > > October 9, 1979; her parents; her step-mother, Annie Robins; a
brother
> > > Claude
> > > Robins.
> > >
> > > May she rest in peace.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
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