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An American Family History

The Taylor Family

Ancestors of Louisa Taylor Long

Louisa Taylor Long's ancestors were living in Pennsylvania by 1784. They migrated to Green County, Ohio and then to Shelby County. Shortly after the family arrived, her grandfather, David Taylor, died and all the family's possesions were sold at auction to pay debts. Her father, Jacob Taylor, was a triplet. He moved the family to Warren County, Iowa.

Peter Bolin  
     

David Taylor and Anna Bolin 1809

David Taylor

Northumberland County, Pennsylvania
Fairfield, Bath Township, Greene County, Ohio
Anna, Dinsmore Township, Shelby County, Ohio

David Taylor and Mary Bolen

 

log cabin

Jacob Taylor and Sarah Branstiter 1845

Perry Township, Shelby County, Ohio
Salem Township, Shelby County, Ohio
McLean County, Illinois
Somerset, Warren County, Iowa

Ancestors of Sarah Branstiter

DNA match with other descendant in this line.
Henry Kibler
Magdalene Kibler Baker
Philip Baker
Elizabeth Baker Branstiter
Sarah Branstiter Taylor
Louisa Taylor Long
Viola Long Bertrand
Emma Ethel Bertrand
Virginia Smith Miller

DNA match with other descendant in this line.

 
Colonial Maryland
Colonial New England
Colonial Virginia & West Virginia
Quakers & Mennonites
New Jersey Baptists
 
German Lutherans
Watagua Settlement
Pennsylvania Pioneers
Midwest Pioneers
Californians
Jewish Immigrants

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