Albert Taylor

b. 1908
FatherEdwin Taylor b. 1881
MotherElizabeth Viveash b. 1876
     Albert Taylor was born in 1908 at New Cross, London, England. He was the son of Edwin Taylor and Elizabeth Viveash.
Albert Taylor was baptized on 11 September 1908 at Deptford, Kent, England.

Alice Taylor

b. 1776
     Alice Taylor was born in 1776 at Buckinghamshire, England.
Alice Taylor married Thomas Bull on 9 October 1793 at Turweston, Buckinghamshire, England, witness: Richard Bull.

Family

Thomas Bull b. 1766, d. 1855
Marriage*
Alice Taylor married Thomas Bull on 9 October 1793 at Turweston, Buckinghamshire, England, witness: Richard Bull. 
Children

Alice Taylor

b. circa 1857
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 10 Aug 1812, d. 1890
MotherMary Ann Pettet b. c 1815
     Alice Taylor was born circa 1857 at West Firle, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Taylor and Mary Ann Pettet.
On 3 April 1881 Alice Taylor lived at Heighton Street, West Firle, Sussex, England, with her parents, unemployed.1
On 5 April 1891 Alice Taylor lived at 81 Heighton Street, West Firle, Sussex, England, with her widow mother and siblings.2
Alice Taylor was a domestic servant on 5 April 1891.2

Citations

  1. [S70] 1881 Census for England, "RG11 piece 1072 folio 67 page 13."
  2. [S71] 1891 Census for England "RG12 piece 799 folio 62 page 17."

Amos Taylor

b. 1839
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 10 Aug 1812, d. 1890
MotherMary Ann Pettet b. c 1815
     Amos Taylor was born in 1839 at West Firle, Sussex, England; surname spelt TAYLER.1 He was the son of Abraham Taylor and Mary Ann Pettet.

Citations

  1. [S142] General Register Office: Indexes to Births, Sep 1837-2006, "Jul-Sep 1839, Lewes, Vol 7 Page 367."

Ann Taylor

b. 5 October 1720
FatherAbraham Taylor d. 1767
MotherMary Stephens b. c 1690, d. 1736
     Ann Taylor was baptized on 5 October 1720 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Taylor and Mary Stephens.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Ann Taylor

b. 12 April 1807, d. 1855
MotherSarah Taylor b. 14 Jun 1789
     Ann Taylor was baptized on 12 April 1807 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Sarah Taylor.
The Ann Taylor who married Richard Moore would be one of the following:
Ann Taylor baptised 5 Mar 1806 at Beddingham, dau. of John and Elizabeth Taylor
Ann Taylor baptised 12 Apr 1807 daughter of Sarah Taylor (illegitimate)
One of these Ann Taylors married George Bodle on 14 Dec 1822 at Beddingham and the other married Richard Moore on 20 Dec 1825 at Beddingham. Their ages in the 1851 census (Anne Bodle born c1806 and Anne Moore born c1808) support the older Ann Taylor being the correct person who married Richard Moore.1
Ann Taylor married Richard Moore, son of James Moore and Susannah Bridger, on 20 December 1825 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.
Ann Taylor died in 1855 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.
Ann Taylor was buried on 13 March 1855 at Beddingham, Sussex, England.

Family

Richard Moore b. 28 Aug 1801, d. 1862
Marriage*
Ann Taylor married Richard Moore, son of James Moore and Susannah Bridger, on 20 December 1825 at Beddingham, Sussex, England
Children

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.

Anne Taylor

b. 13 September 1818, d. 1829
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 12 Oct 1783, d. 28 Feb 1861
MotherSarah Kennard b. 9 Nov 1788, d. a 7 Apr 1861
     Anne Taylor was born in 1818 at West Firle, Sussex, England.
Anne Taylor was baptized on 13 September 1818 at St Peter, West Firle, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Taylor and Sarah Kennard.
Anne Taylor died in 1829 at West Firle, Sussex, England.
Anne Taylor was buried on 31 December 1829 at West Firle, Sussex, England, 11 years old.2

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S226] Baptisms, Marriages & Burials of West Firle, Sussex, England, (ESRO: PAR 328/1) "searched by Eve Oliver 1990."

Anne Taylor

b. 26 February 1786
FatherThomas Taylor b. 16 Oct 1757, d. 1823
MotherAnne Forde b. c 1755, d. 1809
     Anne Taylor was born in 1786 at Ringmer, Sussex, England.
Anne Taylor was baptized on 26 February 1786 at Ringmer, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Taylor and Anne Forde.

Arthur George Taylor

b. 6 February 1899, d. 13 October 1965
FatherGeorge Taylor b. 5 Mar 1877, d. 25 Mar 1968
MotherAnnie Mary Wadey b. 11 Mar 1872, d. 11 Dec 1953
9 May 1942 Arthur George Taylor and daughter Freda on Freda's wedding day
     Arthur George Taylor was born on 6 February 1899 at Portslade, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of George Taylor and Annie Mary Wadey.
Arthur George Taylor was baptized on 9 April 1899 at Brighton, Sussex, England.
On 31 March 1901 Arthur George Taylor lived at 11 London Street, Brighton, Sussex, England.2
On 2 April 1911 Arthur George Taylor lived at 12 London Street, Brighton, Sussex, England, living with his mother and family. His father had left the family c1908.3
Arthur George Taylor was a milkman in 1915.4
He joined the Navy on 12 July 1915. He was only 16 years old but had put his age up (he gave his date of birth as 6 Feb 1897 instead of 1899). During WW I he was the only "survivor" of the ship Pigeon which went down with all hands. Arthur had been taken off the ship before she sailed because he was ill. He was also in the Battle of Jutland. He was demobbed from the navy on 19 July 1920 and joined the Naval Reserve on 21 Aug 1920.4
Ada knew Arthur Taylor from age 14 years. Arthur worked as a milkman before WW1 and he would exchange a bottle of milk for a cup of cocoa with Ada who was working in domestic service at this time. When Arthur returned from WW1 he had trouble finding work. His mother said "no money, no food" and Ada used to let him in through a window to where she worked as a cook and give him a meal. Ada was still working in domestic service as a cook just prior to getting married to Arthur in 1921.
Arthur George Taylor married Ada Winifred Middleton, daughter of James Middleton and Annie Marchant, on 30 April 1921 at St Bartholomew's Church, Brighton, Sussex, England.5
Circa 1931 Arthur George Taylor and Ada Winifred Middleton lived at 19 Fletching Rd, Whitehawk, Brighton, Sussex, England, Unfortunately, parts of Whitehawk were remodelled in the late 1970s and Fletching Road now no longer exists.
Arthur George Taylor was a builder's labourer on 25 April 1934.6
On 25 April 1934 Arthur George Taylor and Ada Winifred Middleton lived at 19 Fletching Road, Brighton, Sussex, England.6
Arthur used to tell the story of how Ernie Middleton once got him a job: Ernie came home telling Arthur that the site where he worked was looking for 30 painters and to get there straight away. However, when Arthur got there they had just hired the last painter. When told about this Ernie said just to come along with him and join in. At the end of the day the boss came up to Ernie and said "I thought I hired 30 painters this morning and now I've got 31". Ernie is said to have replied "Anyone can make a mistake". Although he had a cleft palate, Ernie was an outgoing person and during the war he used to arrange Christmas parties for children whose fathers were away. After the war there was a shortage of housing and he became involved in a vigilante movement which commandeered vacant houses for those who needed accommodation.
On 2 July 1935 Arthur was presented to Her Royal Highness the Princess Victoria as one of four workmen who had worked on The Sussex Eye Hospital in Eastern Road, Brighton. The event was the opening of the new hospital and, as well as various officials and representatives of the builders, four workmen were chosen to be presented.
Arthur was called up by the Royal Navy in 1939 for WW II. He was a Leading Seaman in the Royal Navy when his daughter Freda married in 1942. He sailed on oil tankers in WW II for two years doing the return trip to Abadan in the Middle East. He was transferred from RAN to the Merchant Navy and went to India for 2 years as a gunnery instructor to train men on the merchant vessels. He was transferred because there weren't enough gunnery instructors over there at the time. Arthur and Philip Marchant (son of Ada's brother Percy) were filmed in India on a "Calling the Folks Back Home" style of film which was shown in a cinema in Brighton. All the servicemen from Brighton were filmed so they could send messages back home. Ada and the girls saw it at the Gaiety Theatre in Brighton. He was discharged after his stay in India, returning to Brighton. His final rank was Petty Officer and his service number was P/SSX 31736.
According to his daughter Joyce, Arthur always carried a caul (a thin veil of skin on a new born baby's face). It was believed that possession of a baby's caul would give its bearer good luck and protect that person from death by drowning. Cauls were therefore highly prized by sailors (in medieval times, women often sold these cauls to sailors for large sums of money). Joyce says maybe it worked, because Arthur came close to being lost a sea a couple of times but always pulled through.
On 29 September 1939 Arthur George Taylor and Ada Winifred Middleton lived at 142 Birdham Road, Brighton, Sussex, England.7
On 9 May 1942 Arthur George Taylor and Ada Winifred Middleton lived at 142 Birdham Rd, Moulsecoomb, Sussex, England.8
Circa 1943 Arthur George Taylor and Ada Winifred Middleton lived at 23 Hartington Rd, Brighton, Sussex, England, and lived here until leaving for Australia.
Arthur George Taylor and Ada Winifred Middleton emigrated on 24 April 1948 to Perth, Western Australia, Australia; Their son Ron had wanted to move overseas to Canada but Australia was suggested to him as Ada's brother and sister were already there. Arthur and Ada also became interested in moving and on 17th April 1948 the family (except Freda who was the only one married) left England on the ship Asturias for Australia. Arthur and Ada were both 49 years old at the time. They arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 16th May 1948. Freda and Ron later joined them arriving in Australia on Foundation Day, June 1950.
They lived with Ada's sister Beatrice in Beatty Avenue, East Victoria Park for about six months while building their house at 84 Egham Rd, Victoria Park, and then lived on their block of land while the house was being completed. Ada was very keen to move out of Beatrice’s house as she had a difficult personality and a bit like a school marm. After their son Ron had been diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) and sent to the Wooroloo sanatorium, Beatrice got all Ron’s clothes and possessions and put them out on the front veranda. This just about broke Ada’s heart. Arthur and Ada ended up moving out of Beatrice’s house and living on their block in a tent while they built their house. This caused a wedge between Beatrice and Ada and they never really spoke again afterwards. The girls slept in this large army tent which had a bath and four beds, while Arthur and Ada slept in the newly completed laundry. A lean/to iron shed served as the kitchen with a wood stove outside. Ron, at this stage, was still in the sanatorium. Arthur worked as a painter and bought a Wolseley Hornet car in 1951/52.9
In 1949 Arthur George Taylor and Ada Winifred Middleton lived at 84 Egham Rd, Victoria Park, Western Australia, Australia.
Ada and Arthur moved from Egham Rd to run a delicatessen in Leederville, opposite St John of God's Hospital, but this made very little money and involved long hours of work. They sold out and moved to 73 Oats St in Kewdale in about 1957.
Ada had been in Western Australia 10 years when she died of pancreatic cancer in 1958 aged 59 years. Arthur and Ada were living at 73 Oats St, Kewdale at the time. She had complained of pains but the doctors could not find anything wrong and said it was psychological. Three months prior to her death she was operated on for a suspected ulcer after having vomited blood. The doctors found cancer in her liver and pancreas and she was given up to 3 months to live. The family decided not to tell her about this and she stayed with daughter Joyce after coming out of hospital. Two weeks before her death Joyce had to take her to hospital as she was in great pain. She stayed there until she died.
Both Arthur and Ada lived with their daughter Joyce during Ada's illness. After Ada died, Arthur stayed with Joyce & John until sometime in 1959 (during Joyce's pregnancy with Garry). His daughter Freda suggested that he could live with them and so he moved in with Freda and Ron, and also with daughter Betty at some times, until he died in 1965. (As a child I remember Arthur would often be sitting out in the shade house with my father Ron Barber, having a drink after work or on the weekend. I sometimes travelled into the city (Perth) on the bus with him and remember him buying "delicacies" such as pigs trotters and tripe. I also remember one trip where he bought my mother Freda a very nice sparkling necklace for her birthday GGB).
Arthur George Taylor died on 13 October 1965 at Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia, Australia, at age 66. He died of congestive heart failure (1 month), left ventricular dilatation, coronary heart disease (contributory cause), cancer of the prostate gland.10
Arthur was living with Ron & Freda when he died. Freda had just taken him to Royal Perth Hospital to keep an appointment when he collapsed from heart failure. He died shortly after being taken into the casualty section. Freda paid for his death notice to be put in the Brighton Evening Argus with the hope that it may be seen by the relatives with whom they had lost contact. It was learnt in 1987 that his father George Taylor had seen the obituary notice in the paper and that a few minutes later his daughter Winifred telephoned him as she had seen it also.
Arthur George Taylor was buried on 15 October 1965 at Karrakatta Cemetery, grave ZK 122, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Family

Ada Winifred Middleton b. 9 Dec 1898, d. 14 Sep 1958
Marriage*
Arthur George Taylor married Ada Winifred Middleton, daughter of James Middleton and Annie Marchant, on 30 April 1921 at St Bartholomew's Church, Brighton, Sussex, England.5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S142] General Register Office: Indexes to Births, Sep 1837-2006, "Jan-Mar 1899, Steyning, Vol 2b Page 282."
  2. [S72] 1901 Census for England "RG13 piece 931 folio 51 page 41."
  3. [S73] 1911 Census for England "RG14PN5131 RG78PN227 RD79 SD2 ED11 SN87."
  4. [S392] Service of Arthur George Taylor SS6182, Royal Navy, 1915-1920 (The National Archives: ADM 188/1100/182).
  5. [S143] General Register Office: Indexes to Marriages, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Apr-Jun 1921, Brighton, Vol 2b Page 439."
  6. [S213] Birth certificate of Patricia Taylor, born 25 Apr 1934, registered 2 Jun 1934 in the Registration District of Brighton, Sussex, England (GRO Index Ref: Vol 2b Page 270).
  7. [S556] 1939 Register (29 Sep 1939) for England "RG101/2438D/009/13 Letter Code: EGBY."
  8. [S499] Marriage certificate of Ronald Leslie Barber and Freda Amy Taylor, married 9 May 1942 in the Registration District of Brighton, Sussex, England (GRO Index Ref: Vol 2b Page 604).
  9. [S185] Information supplied by Joyce Marie Treen to Veronica Anne Treen.
  10. [S223] Death certificate of Arthur George Taylor, died 13 Oct 1965, registered 26 Oct 1965 in the Registration District of Perth (Reference no: 3307).

Caleb Taylor

b. 1851
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 10 Aug 1812, d. 1890
MotherMary Ann Pettet b. c 1815
     Caleb Taylor was born in 1851 at West Firle, Sussex, England. He was the son of Abraham Taylor and Mary Ann Pettet.
On 5 April 1891 Caleb Taylor lived at 81 Heighton Street, West Firle, Sussex, England, The 1891 census indicates that Caleb is an "imbecile". He is living with his widow mother and siblings Alice and Edward.1
The 1891 census indicates that Caleb is an "imbecile". He is living with his widow mother and siblings Alice and Edward.1

Citations

  1. [S71] 1891 Census for England "RG12 piece 799 folio 62 page 17."

Catherine Taylor

b. circa 1848
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 10 Aug 1812, d. 1890
MotherMary Ann Pettet b. c 1815
     Catherine Taylor was born circa 1848 at West Firle, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of Abraham Taylor and Mary Ann Pettet.

Charles Taylor

b. 1834, d. 1900
FatherGeorge Taylor b. c 1808, d. 1891
MotherMary Gladman b. 6 Dec 1812, d. 24 May 1883
     Charles Taylor was born in 1834 at Framfield, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of George Taylor and Mary Gladman.
Charles Taylor was baptized on 4 January 1835 at St Thomas, Framfield, Sussex, England.2
Charles Taylor married Mary Jane Baker, daughter of Thomas Baker and Philadelphia (?), on 10 July 1858 at Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England.
On 7 April 1861 Charles Taylor and Mary Jane Baker lived at Danehill Brook, Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England.3
Charles Taylor was a labourer on 2 April 1871.4
On 2 April 1871 Charles Taylor and Mary Jane Baker lived at Horsted Green, Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England.4
Charles Taylor was a farm bailiff on 3 April 1881.5
On 3 April 1881 Charles Taylor and Mary Jane Baker lived at Horsted Green, Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England.5
On 5 April 1891 Charles Taylor lived at Warren House, Birch Grove, Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England, a widower living with daughter Frances Emily. Note that there is a place called Warren House Farm.6
Charles Taylor was a thatcher on 5 April 1891.6
Charles Taylor died in 1900 at Cuckfield, Sussex, England. "age 66 years."7

Family

Mary Jane Baker b. 1 Apr 1838, d. bt 1881 - 1891
Marriage*
Charles Taylor married Mary Jane Baker, daughter of Thomas Baker and Philadelphia (?), on 10 July 1858 at Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England
Children

Citations

  1. [S67] 1841 Census for England "HO107 piece 1116 folio 2/10 page 13."
  2. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  3. [S68] 1861 Census for England, "Class: RG 9; Piece: 581; Folio: 63; Page: 2; GSU roll: 542665."
  4. [S69] 1871 Census for England, "Class: RG10; Piece: 1060; Folio: 62; Page: 12; GSU roll: 827489."
  5. [S70] 1881 Census for England, "Class: RG11; Piece: 1061; Folio: 62; Page: 6; GSU roll: 1341251."
  6. [S71] 1891 Census for England "Class: RG12; Piece: 790; Folio: 91; Page: 4; GSU roll: 6095900."
  7. [S141] General Register Office: Indexes to Deaths, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Jan-Mar 1900, Cuckfield, Vol 2b Page 128."

Charles Taylor

b. 17 April 1791
FatherThomas Taylor b. 16 Oct 1757, d. 1823
MotherAnne Forde b. c 1755, d. 1809
     Charles Taylor was baptized on 17 April 1791 at West Firle, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Thomas Taylor and Anne Forde.

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project, ""paupers.""

Charles Taylor

b. circa 1860
FatherCharles Taylor b. 1834, d. 1900
MotherMary Jane Baker b. 1 Apr 1838, d. bt 1881 - 1891
     Charles Taylor was born circa 1860 at Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Charles Taylor and Mary Jane Baker.
Charles Taylor married Mary Ann Lambert in 1886 at Cuckfield, Sussex, England.2,3
Charles and Mary Anne had been married 24 years but had had no children as at the time of the 1911 census. Staying with them was Ivy Lambert, niece, age 15 years, born Pembury, Kent.2
Charles Taylor was a cowman on a farm on 2 April 1911.2
On 2 April 1911 Charles Taylor and Mary Ann Lambert lived at Sheriff Cottages, Ardingly, Sussex, England.2
Charles Taylor witnessed the probate of the estate of Mary Ann Savill on 23 March 1918 at London, England; Probate to Charles Taylor, gentleman. Effects £143 1s 10d. Charles Taylor is likely to be Gideon Gladman's great grandson, son of Charles Taylor and Mary Jane Baker.4

Family

Mary Ann Lambert b. c 1868
Marriage*
Charles Taylor married Mary Ann Lambert in 1886 at Cuckfield, Sussex, England.2,3 

Citations

  1. [S69] 1871 Census for England, "Class: RG10; Piece: 1060; Folio: 62; Page: 12; GSU roll: 827489."
  2. [S73] 1911 Census for England "Class: RG14; Piece: 4997; Schedule Number: 151."
  3. [S143] General Register Office: Indexes to Marriages, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Jul-Sep 1886, Cuckfield, Vol 2b Page 243."
  4. [S422] National Probate Calendar, England & Wales (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966. (https://www.ancestry.co.uk/).

Charles Henry Taylor

b. 1 July 1917, d. 1 January 1996
FatherWilliam Henry Taylor b. 15 Mar 1880, d. 1 Sep 1954
MotherAlice Florence Tomsett b. 9 Jul 1886, d. 1 Jun 1951
     Charles Henry Taylor was born on 1 July 1917 at Brighton, Sussex, England. He was the son of William Henry Taylor and Alice Florence Tomsett.
Charles Henry Taylor married Margaret Joan Feldon circa 1945 at England.
Charles Henry Taylor died on 1 January 1996 at Southwick, Sussex, England, at age 78.

Family

Margaret Joan Feldon b. 20 Nov 1921, d. 3 Sep 2006
Marriage*
Charles Henry Taylor married Margaret Joan Feldon circa 1945 at England
Child

Daniel Taylor

b. circa 1846
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 10 Aug 1812, d. 1890
MotherMary Ann Pettet b. c 1815
     Daniel Taylor was born circa 1846 at West Firle, Sussex, England. He was the son of Abraham Taylor and Mary Ann Pettet.

Dinah Taylor

b. 14 June 1734
FatherAbraham Taylor d. 1767
MotherMary Stephens b. c 1690, d. 1736
     Dinah Taylor was baptized on 14 June 1734 at Glynde, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Taylor and Mary Stephens.
Dinah Taylor married Joseph Inkpen, son of William Inkpin and Sarah Miller, on 6 November 1759 at Glynde, Sussex, England, Joseph is a labourer of Little Horsted.2
Dinah Taylor married John King on 23 February 1781 at Beddingham, Sussex, England, John is "of Glynde". Dinah is "of this parish".2
Dinah Taylor was buried on 22 March 1814 at St Mary the Virgin, Glynde, Sussex, England, "79 years."3

Family 1

Joseph Inkpen b. 23 Apr 1732
Marriage*
Dinah Taylor married Joseph Inkpen, son of William Inkpin and Sarah Miller, on 6 November 1759 at Glynde, Sussex, England, Joseph is a labourer of Little Horsted.2 
Children

Family 2

John King
Marriage*
Dinah Taylor married John King on 23 February 1781 at Beddingham, Sussex, England, John is "of Glynde". Dinah is "of this parish".2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S23] Index to Sussex Baptisms, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project,.
  2. [S24] Index to Sussex Marriages, 1538-1837, Compact Disc SFHGCD003, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, 2008.
  3. [S25] Index to Sussex Burials, 1538 onwards, compiled by Sussex Family History Group, http://www.sfhg.org.uk/, ongoing project, "79 years."

Dorcas Taylor

b. 1841
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 10 Aug 1812, d. 1890
MotherMary Ann Pettet b. c 1815
     Dorcas Taylor was born in 1841 at West Firle, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Taylor and Mary Ann Pettet.

Citations

  1. [S142] General Register Office: Indexes to Births, Sep 1837-2006, "Apr-Jun 1841, Lewes, Vol 7 Page 377."

Edith Ethel Taylor

b. 5 May 1902, d. 1948
FatherGeorge Taylor b. 5 Mar 1877, d. 25 Mar 1968
MotherAnnie Mary Wadey b. 11 Mar 1872, d. 11 Dec 1953
Edith Ethel Taylor
     Edith Ethel Taylor was born on 5 May 1902 at Portslade, Sussex, England.1,2 She was the daughter of George Taylor and Annie Mary Wadey.
Edith Ethel Taylor married Horace Sidney Parsons in 1923 at Brighton, Sussex, England.3
Edith (Aunt Edi) married Jack Parsons and had two children Jack and Mary(?). It is thought that they lived at Patcham. She died in 1947 aged 45 years because of a thyroid problem which was apparently genetic (Harriet Taylor, Winifred Taylor and Minnie Topping (nee Langridge)). George and Annie saw each other again briefly when her body was layed out in the house. Before Minnie died in 1991 she wrote that she still occasionally met with Edith's daughter.4
On 29 September 1939 Edith Ethel Taylor and Horace Sidney Parsons lived at Loundes Convent Preston Road, Brighton, Sussex, England.2
Edith Ethel Taylor died in 1948 at Brighton, Sussex, England. Thyroid problem, "age 45 years."5

Family

Horace Sidney Parsons b. 3 Apr 1902, d. 1965
Marriage*
Edith Ethel Taylor married Horace Sidney Parsons in 1923 at Brighton, Sussex, England.3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S13] General Register Office: Indexes to Birth, Marriages, Deaths, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Steyning Reg District Vol 2b Page 283."
  2. [S556] 1939 Register (29 Sep 1939) for England "RG101/2437F/003/44 Letter Code: EGBV."
  3. [S143] General Register Office: Indexes to Marriages, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Oct-Dec 1923, Steyning, Vol 2b Page 739."
  4. [S12] Information supplied by Florence Minnie Topping (52 West Way, Hangleton, Hove, Sussex, England) to Geoffrey Barber (Subiaco, WA, Australia), September 1988.
  5. [S141] General Register Office: Indexes to Deaths, Sep 1837 - 2006, "Jan-Mar 1948, Brighton, Vol 5h Page 49, "age 45 years.""

Edward Taylor

b. 1860
FatherAbraham Taylor b. 10 Aug 1812, d. 1890
MotherMary Ann Pettet b. c 1815
     Edward Taylor was born in 1860 at West Firle, Sussex, England.1 He was the son of Abraham Taylor and Mary Ann Pettet.
On 3 April 1881 Edward Taylor lived at Heighton Street, West Firle, Sussex, England.1
Edward Taylor was an agricultural labourer on 3 April 1881.1
On 5 April 1891 Edward Taylor lived at 81 Heighton Street, West Firle, Sussex, England.2
Edward Taylor was a bricklayers labourer on 5 April 1891.2

Citations

  1. [S70] 1881 Census for England, "RG11 piece 1072 folio 67 page 13."
  2. [S71] 1891 Census for England "RG12 piece 799 folio 62 page 17."