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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Anne Randolph Tayloe: Birth: 1855.


Sources
1. Source:   S0002476
2. Source:   S0011294
3. Source:   S0011098
4. Title:   adgedge.ged roberts.GED ralphroberts.ged
Source:   S0011098

Notes
a. Note:   NI031702
Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [adgedge.ged] ! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963), p.57. FHL #929.273 T211t. (2) AL Certificate of Death #312 Vol. 11, 1904, Jefferson Co. Dept. of Health, Bureau of St atistics and Vital Records. Informant not named. (3) Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) Family Bible at Moun t Airy. (b) Family Notes transcribed from D.L. Gwathmey by M.P.M. Cassidy. (4) Marriage records, Greene Co., AL, 1849-1868, C1, p.120. FHL #1,290,852. (5) 1850 federal census, 57th District, Roanoke Co., VA, 9 Sep 1850, p.297, household of Ge orge P. Tayloe. FHL #444,963. ! Birth: (1,3) 30 Nov 1831, "Buena Vista," Roanoke, VA, s/o George Plater Tayloe/ Mary Eliza beth Langhorne. (2) Age 74 at death in 1904 (b. 1830), b. VA. (5) Age 18 in 1850 (b. 1832), b . VA. Marriage to Lucy Beverley Randolph: (1) His cousin. (3) (4) 15 Dec 1853, Greene Co., AL. Li cense issued same day. Death: (1) Dec 1904, of a heart attack, Birmingham, AL. (2) 2 Dec 1904, Hillman Hospital, B irmingham Ward 8, Jefferson Co., AL, of Myocarditis. Burial: (2) Oak Hill Cemetery, Birmingham, AL. (1) 1848: Entered the Virginia Military Institute at age 17. Remained there 2 years. (5) 1850, 9 Sep: Living in his father's household, Roanoke Co., VA, occupation student, att ended school within the year. (1) 1850: Left to settle in Marengo Co., AL. (1) 1861: At the outbreak of the Civil War he raised a company of cavalry which was equippe d by its officers and joined the Jeff Davis Legion of Hampton's Division, Stuart's Cavalry, A rmy of Northern Virginia. (1) Assigned to the staff of D.H. Hill. (1) Distinguished himself at the Battle of Seven Pines, for which he was promoted to Major. (1) 1863, Jul: Gen. Hill was sent to the Army of TN, and Maj. Tayloe was detailed adjutan t of the 2nd VA Cavalry. He served with that regiment for the remainder of the war, being fre quently mentioned in orders for distinguished gallantry. (1) After the surrender of the Confederate Army, he moved to Birmingham, AL. (2) 1904: Usual residence at death was Jefferson Co., AL. Was widowed.


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