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Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [adgedge.ged] ! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963), p.61. FHL #929.273 T211t. (2) 1850 federal census, 57th District, Roanoke Co., VA, 9 Sep 1850, p.297, household of Ge orge P. Tayloe. FHL #444,963. (3) "Roanoke Co., VA Graveyard Through 1920," Roanoke Valley Historical Soc., p.227. FHL #9 75.5792 V3r. ! Birth: (1) 1842, "Buena Vista," VA, s/o George Plater Tayloe/Mary Elizabeth Langhorne. (2 ) Age 7 in 1850 (b. 1843), b. VA. Death: (1,3) 11 Oct 1863. (1) Killed at Racoon Ford. (3) Died in battle at Racoon Ford, Ora nge Co., VA. Burial: (3) Tayloe Cemetery on the Tayloe estate "Buena Vista" in SE Roanoke. Graves from t he cemetery were moved to Fairview in the 1930s. (2) 1850, 9 Sep: Living in his father's household, Roanoke Co., VA. Attended school withi n the year. (1) 1854-1858: Attended Episcopal High School. (1) 1860-1861: Attended the University of Virginia. (1) Joined the Confederate Army as a color sergeant, 2nd VA Cavalry. (3) Of the 2nd VA Cava lry. Had rank of Adjutant at death. (1) Acted as Sergeant-Major at Leesburg. (1) Promoted Lieutenant for distinguished gallantry and detailed A.D.C. (1) Wounded at Sheperdstown. (1) Wounded at Bristow Station. (1) At Harrisonburg, he killed two Federal soldiers with his saber and captured a Federal C aptain. (1) Lomax Tayloe's name appears on the Confederate Memorial at Episcopal High School. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.