Taijlor, Tailer, Taillefer, Tailler, Tailor, Taler, Talior, Taylar, Tayler, Taylerfer, Tayleur, Taylier, Taylor, Taylour
The Taylor name is of English origin, derived from the Old French word "tailleur", meaning "to cut".
The name was given to those who worked as tailors.
Marks recent changes
(as of 2014-09-06),
[1898-1968] – American stage and film actress
née GUICHE, Dorothy Elizabeth de
- Sister: ¤GISH, Lillian [1896-1993] American stage and film actress, film pioneer
- Mother: ¤GISH, Mary Robinson [1876-1948] American actress
- Husband: ¤RENNIE, James [1890-1965] American actor
[1896-1993] – American stage and film actress, film pioneer
GISH, Mary Robinson
[1876-1948] – American actress
[1890-1965] – American actor
- Husband: ¤GISH, Dorothy [1898-1968] American stage and film actress
[?-?] – MA: Massachusetts Bay Colony (MBC) founders, the Winthrop Fleet immigrants (1630) ::> wife of John, died soon
[1683-?] – ::> MA: Dunstable early settlers (incorp. 1673, now in NH) ::> from Concord, ca 1709
[~1605-1647] – ::> MA: Massachusetts Bay Colony (MBC) founders, the Winthrop Fleet immigrants (1630) ::> farmer, from Haverhill, SFK, settled in Boston
[1642-1735] – American colonial
[1784-1850] – American soldier, 12° POTUS
This is my working list of candidates to include --
I'm not yet sure if they are related to me!
As candidates are eliminated (proven not related) they are marked appropriately (
an explanation included.
They are kept in the list in case future research proves they can be included.
(And to keep them from popping up on the list again!)
Never discard good research!
Proven candidates' names are marked with an asterisk (*) until they can be
added to the database.
- TAYLOR, Alan John Percival [1906-1990]
- English historian
- TAYLOR, Ann [1782-1806]
- English writer of children's verse, sister of Jane
- TAYLOR, Bayard (né James Bayard ~) [1825-1878]
- American writer
- TAYLOR, Bert Leston [1866-1921]
- American journalist
- TAYLOR, Brook [1685-1731]
- English mathematician
- TAYLOR, Christopher [L.1620]
- American colonial Quaker preacher
- TAYLOR, David Watson [1864-1940]
- American naval officer and marine architect
- TAYLOR, Deems (né Joseph Deems ~) [1885-1966]
- American composer and music critic
- TAYLOR, Edward [1642-?]
- American colonia clergyman, author
- TAYLOR, Edward [1645?-1727]
- American poet
- TAYLOR, Edward Thompson [1793-1871]
- American clergyman, "Father Taylor"
- TAYLOR, Elizabeth (née Coles) [1912-1975]
- English novelist
- TAYLOR, Elizabeth "Liz" (Rosemond) [1932-2011]
- English-American actress
- TAYLOR, Frederick Winslow [1856-1915]
- American efficiency expert
- TAYLOR, George [1716-1781]
- Irish-American iron manufacturer, signer of Declaration of Independence
- TAYLOR, Henry (Sir) [1800-1886]
- English poet
- TAYLOR, Isidore-Justin-Séverin (Baron) [1789-1879]
- French writer
- TAYLOR, James Barnett [L.1861]
- English-American clergyman, founded Richmond College
- TAYLOR, James Monroe [1848-?]
- American educator, Vassar president
- TAYLOR, Jane [1783-1824]
- English writer of children's verse, sister of Ann
- TAYLOR, Jeremy [1613-1667]
- English prelate and author
- TAYLOR, John [1580-1653]
- English pamphleteer, "The Water-poet"
- TAYLOR, John [1753-1824]
- American politician and agriculturalist, "John Taylor of Caroline"
- TAYLOR, John [1808-1887]
- American religious leader, president of Morman church
- TAYLOR, John Edward [1791-1844]
- English liberal journalist
- TAYLOR, John Henry [1871-1963]
- English golfer
- TAYLOR, John Louis [1769-?]
- English-American jurist
- TAYLOR, John W. [1784-1854]
- American politician
- TAYLOR, Joseph [1586?-1652]
- English actor
TAYLOR, Laurette [1884-1946]
- American actress.
Stage name. Her real name was Loretta Cooney.
- TAYLOR, Maxwell Davenport [1901-1987]
- American army officer, diplomat
- TAYLOR, Nathaniel William [1786-1858]
- American theologian
- TAYLOR, Richard [1826-1879]
- American army officer
- TAYLOR, Rowland [?-1555]
- English protestant martyr
- TAYLOR, Thomas [1758-1835]
- English scholar, "the Platonist"
- TAYLOR, Tom [1817-1880]
- English dramatist
- TAYLOR, William [1821-1902]
- American clergyman
TAYLOR, William Desmond [1877-1922]
- A movie director for Paramount Studios who was found dead in his apartment, 1 Feb 1922, shot in the back. The murder was never solved.
He was not a Taylor at all. His real name was William Desmond Deane-Tanner.
TAYLOR, Zachary [1784-1850] 12th POTUS
- American army officer, POTUS, "Old Rough and Ready".
He was of a different Taylor line than us, descended from Col. James Taylor [1615-1698], who immigrated from England to Virginia colony in 1635,
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