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UNION PROVOST MARSHALL CIVILIAN FILES
Surname: TAYLOR - TYLER
Names of Civilians in the files of the Union Provost Marshall during the Civil War.
Includes 29 states and the names of 270 Taylor men and women. Military and Civilian court cases.
Civilians letters to and from the Provost Marshall, Oath of Allegiance, property damage, assault and battery,
murder, robbery, amnesty, safeguards, secessionist activity.
 


 

AMERICAN WAR MOTHERS OF FAYETTE COUNTY, KENTUCKY
1919-1920. Compilation of 273 men and women from the Fayette County area,
that served in World War I. Includes names of soldiers, mother's name, service.
Photographs of World War I memorabilia including a Ship's Guard at Port Royal, S.C., the
navy ship S. S. Nansemond "Coming Home," Group picture of the 3rd Kentucky Infantry,
and World War I Poster with Roster of the 3rd Kentucky Infantry.



REAR ADMIRAL POLICARPUS TAYLOR
Rear Admiral in the British Royal Navy 1727-1780.
Captain of the HMS FOWEY 1745-1747
West Indies, the Colonies of North America, Battle of Louisbourg - Cape Breton, and Battle of St. Iago, Cuba


 

 

LIEUTENANT POLLYCARPUS WILLIAM TAYLOR
57th Regiment of Foot - Capture of Long Island
Mount Pleasant, Westchester County, New York

 

Contact:  Barbara J. Lewellen bjlewellen@comcast.net