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Taylor-Cannon family papers, 1741-1949.

Author: Taylor-Cannon family.; Cannon family.; Taylor family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Collection includes letters from Francis Taylor describing conditions in the east, noting that Philadelphia has been plagued with yellow fever; receipts; land papers relating to Richard Taylor's interests in the Jackson Purchase of Ky. and in Ill.; legal papers, 1822-1838; letters, 1844-1850, written to Mary Taylor discussing family and health; and Bible records of the Taylor and Pythian families. Edmund Haynes
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Named Person: Mary Anderson; Bacon family.; Francis Preston Blair; Daniel Boone; John Mason Brown; George Rogers Clark; William Clark; John J Crittenden; Jefferson Davis; Joseph Desha; Falls family.; John 1750-1783 Floyd; James Garrard; Benjamin Harrison; Patrick Henry; Andrew Jackson; Robert Perkins Letcher; Thomas Metcalfe; C S Morehead; John Hunt Morgan; William Owsley; Charles Scott; Isaac Shelby; Gabriel Slaughter; Zachary Taylor; Woolfolk family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Taylor-Cannon family.; Cannon family.; Taylor family.
OCLC Number: 46605015
Notes: Access at The Filson Historical Society, Special Collections Department only.
Description: 18 cubic ft.

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Collection includes letters from Francis Taylor describing conditions in the east, noting that Philadelphia has been plagued with yellow fever; receipts; land papers relating to Richard Taylor's interests in the Jackson Purchase of Ky. and in Ill.; legal papers, 1822-1838; letters, 1844-1850, written to Mary Taylor discussing family and health; and Bible records of the Taylor and Pythian families. Edmund Haynes Taylor's correspondence, 1820-1897, includes a hand-drawn 1847 map of "the Seat of War" during the Mexican War; a typescript of Zachary Taylor's 8 Mar. 1847 letter to E.H. Taylor describing the battle of Buena Vista; letter from John J. Crittenden; a 5 Sept. 1851 letter from Edmund H. McDonald describing his experiences during the Lopez expedition in Cuba, his capture, and his imprisonment in Havana; and two 1851 letters from Sidney Smith to Mary McDonald describing the fate of her son Edmund.

Edmund H. Taylor's papers include land papers regarding property in Franklin, Ballard, Hickman, and Fulton counties, Ky.; and legal papers. The papers of E.H. Taylor's son, General Thomas Hart Taylor, include correspondence; receipts; newspaper clippings; and memorials. The collection also includes letters to Hubbard Taylor of Clark County, Ky., from his father James Taylor of Caroline County, Va., discussing agriculture, conditions in Caroline County, politics, family, and health; information on the Taylor family of Caroline County, Va.; material regarding President Zachary Taylor; and correspondence, 1833-1916, received by Philip Fall Taylor discussing family matters, family history, and genealogy.

The remainder of the collection includes genealogical and family history materials on the Taylor, Cannon, Bacon, Fall, Woolfolk, and several other collateral families; the first draft of Philip Fall Taylor's "Taylor Book," which traces the history of the family in Ky. and Va.; correspondence, 1914-1949, of Jouett Taylor Cannon; tombstone inscriptions; and miscellaneous papers such as notes, Taylor Family Association programs, invitations, and calling cards.

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