The Taylor group, that our family is researching,is listed in the Orangeburg Census records from 1790 until 1850, when Joseph and Susannah moved, with the children left at home, to St. Johns Berkley. I don't know the maiden name of Susannah. Joseph and Susannah died around 1852 or 1853, I would need to look that up.
We have always thought that John was the father of Joseph as he is listed living in the same area, two dwellings apart on the Census record. The age fits, also.
There were several Taylor groups that lived in the Orangeburg area, however, the connection with the son of Hannah Williams was what caught my attention in your previous e-mail. Leven Williams lived next door to our John Taylor on one census record and in the same vacinity on the remainder of them.
On the Indian CD, Levan [Leven] Victor Williams, Lewis Williams and Lydia Ivey were deposed as the children of Hannah Williams; sister of Bathsheba Ironmonger, wife of Reuben. Ironmonger's lived both in Orangeburg and in Beaufort Counties. Reuben lived in Beaufort.
There is a direct connection between the group of Taylor's, William's, Ivey's and Jones that lived in Bertie and Bladen, N.C. and the Orangeburg area.
The Bunch family and the Gibson family, also, lived around Leven Williams and John Taylor. Many of the Chavis group married Williams women, however, I haven't made a direct connection to Leven and John, yet.
I have posted quite a lot of my findings on the Taylor Family Website and I invite you to be a part of that group.
If you would like to send me your e-mail I will invite you directly from the website and it explains how to connect, etc.
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