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Bartholomew Taliaferro, Sr.

Nicknames: "Bartolomeo Tagliaferro", "Barthimeo Tagliaferri", "Bartolomew Taliaferro", "or tailiafer"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Venice, Italy
Death: Died in Greater London, United Kingdom
Place of Burial: St Olave Church, Greater London, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Bartolomeo Tagliaferri and Jane Taliaferro
Husband of Joane Taliaferro and Joane Taliaferro
Father of Francis "Tallafer" Taliaferro; Katherine Tagliaferro; Horatio Tagliaferro; Ciprion (Scipio) Tagliaferro; Jacob (twin of Isaac) Taliaferro and 4 others

Occupation: Subject to the Duke of Venice, Merchant of Lombardy, Venice and England
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About Bartholomew Taliaferro, Sr.

Bartholomew Taliaferro, Sr.

  • Birth: Abt. 1530, Venice, Italy
  • Death: Sep. 21, 1601, England
  • buried: 22 Sept 1601, St. Olave's, Harte St., London, England.
  • Will dated September 18, 1601, proved May 3, 1602 P.C.C.
  • Occupation: Court musician to Queen Elizabeth. Merchant
  • Married: 01 Jan 1583/84 in St. Michaels's, Cornhill, London, England.
  • Wife: Joane Lane
  • Children: Father of Katherine, Horatio, Ciprion (or Siprion), Francis, Jacob and Isack (twins), Jerome (or Jeromme), Elizabeth (or Elyzabeth) and Bartholomew Taliaferro.

BARTHOLOMEW Tallafer, Taliaferra, Taliaferro, etc., a subject of the Duke of Venice, paid 20 shillings for Letters of Denization in England March 4, 1562.

The TALIAFERRO family has since near the beginning of the history of the Virginia Colony been an influential and cultured family. The name is pronounced as though it were spelled "TOLIVER." A friend of mine in Abilene named TALIAFERRO whose physician husband was at one time on the city council says that they listed their telephone number under both spellings for public access. Now that they are no longer in the public spotlight to that extent and have the listing only under the proper spelling, good friends cannot find them in the phone book.

The legend as to the beginning of the family name is that Julius CAESAR, while inspecting the Roman military camp at Gaul at twilight, was surrounded by hostile Gaelic warriors. CAESAR's bravery caused the leader of the band to spare his life. In the course of time that leader, himself a captive of CAESAR, was freed and made a personal attendant of CARSAR. Although Romans only were permitted to bear arms, an exception was made for that Gaelic leader, and he became known by the latin names of "telum" or dart, and "ferro" which means "to bear." [NOTE]

The family has been prominant for many years; the favorite wife of King John of England was Isabel, daughter of County Aymer de TAILLEFER, the swordsmith. And to get to the ancestry we can trace, we have to move forward only about three hundred years.

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Born in Venice, Italy. Lived in various parishes in London until his death. Buried September 22, 1601, at St. Olave's Hart Street London.

Married Joane Lane on 1 JAN 1583 at St. Michaels, Cornhill, London, England.

BARTHOLOMEW Tallafer, Taliaferra, Taliaferro, etc., a subject of the Duke of Venice, paid 20 shillings for Letters of Denization in England March 4, 1562.

Will dated September 18, 1601, proved May 3, 1602 P.C.C.

Taliaferro, Bartholomew: Will of 18 Sep 1601: To my four sons Scipio, Fraunces, Isack, and Jeromme Two hundred pounds sterling when they shall be of age of Twenty one years.

To Elizabeth my daughter to be given at her marriage one hundred pounds sterling, meaning that she shall not marry until she be of age of sixteen years or according to the will of her mother.

To Jone my wife one hundred pounds sterling, if she marries again. If she does not, she is to have the profits of all my estate, and then one hundred pounds when my sons are of the age of twenty one years.

I ordain my overseers of the things contained in this my Testament and Last will John Francisco Soprani Fraunces Rizzo and Phillippe Bernardi.

I do give five pounds sterling to our parish of St. Ollaves on condition that they shall discharge my family of the taxation of the poor of the said parish so long as my wife, sons and daughter shall dwell in the same. And not discharging them of said taxation they shall pay them nothing.

Unto Margery my servant five shillings sterling.

I declare that I have two obligations of Cornelius De Neme, one of one hundred pounds which is paid, but the other of one hundred and twenty five pounds is in force and is due to me.

Made in the City of London the eighteenth day of September 1601 Subscribed in the presence of Jeromme Lopez Pompilio Gaetani Henry Valesi William Parkyns. May 3, 1602.

Letters of Administration granted to Joan Taliaferro the relict of the said deceased. Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 29 Montague.

"His will was dated 18 Sep 1601, proved 3 May 1602 in London.

Bartholomew, a subject of the Duke of Venice, paid 20 shillings for Letters of Denization in England on 4 Mar 1562."

SOURCE: TALIAFFERO TIMES, Vol. 2, September 3, 1997 Issue 3.


-------------------- Born in Venice, Italy. Lived in various parishes in London until his death. Buried September 22, 1601, at St. Olave's Hart Street London.

Married Joane Lane on 1 JAN 1583 at St. Michaels, Cornhill, London, England. Father of Katherine, Horatio, Ciprion (or Siprion), Francis, Jacob and Isack (twins), Jerome (or Jeromme), Elizabeth (or Elyzabeth) and Bartholomew Taliaferro.

BARTHOLOMEW Tallafer, Taliaferra, Taliaferro, etc., a subject of the Duke of Venice, paid 20 shillings for Letters of Denization in England March 4, 1562.

Will dated September 18, 1601, proved May 3, 1602 P.C.C.

Taliaferro, Bartholomew: Will of 18 Sep 1601: To my four sons Scipio, Fraunces, Isack, and Jeromme Two hundred pounds sterling when they shall be of age of Twenty one years.

To Elizabeth my daughter to be given at her marriage one hundred pounds sterling, meaning that she shall not marry until she be of age of sixteen years or according to the will of her mother.

To Jone my wife one hundred pounds sterling, if she marries again. If she does not, she is to have the profits of all my estate, and then one hundred pounds when my sons are of the age of twenty one years.

I ordain my overseers of the things contained in this my Testament and Last will John Francisco Soprani Fraunces Rizzo and Phillippe Bernardi.

I do give five pounds sterling to our parish of St. Ollaves on condition that they shall discharge my family of the taxation of the poor of the said parish so long as my wife, sons and daughter shall dwell in the same. And not discharging them of said taxation they shall pay them nothing.

Unto Margery my servant five shillings sterling.

I declare that I have two obligations of Cornelius De Neme, one of one hundred pounds which is paid, but the other of one hundred and twenty five pounds is in force and is due to me.

Made in the City of London the eighteenth day of September 1601 Subscribed in the presence of Jeromme Lopez Pompilio Gaetani Henry Valesi William Parkyns. May 3, 1602.

Letters of Administration granted to Joan Taliaferro the relict of the said deceased. Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 29 Montague.

"His will was dated 18 Sep 1601, proved 3 May 1602 in London.

Bartholomew, a subject of the Duke of Venice, paid 20 shillings for Letters of Denization in England on 4 Mar 1562."

SOURCE: TALIAFFERO TIMES, Vol. 2, September 3, 1997 Issue 3. -------------------- Bartholomew Taliaferro, Sr

  • Birth: 1530
  • Death: Sep 21 1601
  • Married: Joane Lane

-------------------- Birth: 1530 Veneto, Italy Death: Sep. 21, 1601, England

Born in Venice, Italy. Lived in various parishes in London until his death. Buried September 22, 1601, at St. Olave's Hart Street London.

Married Joane Lane on 1 JAN 1583 at St. Michaels, Cornhill, London, England. Father of Katherine, Horatio, Ciprion (or Siprion), Francis, Jacob and Isack (twins), Jerome (or Jeromme), Elizabeth (or Elyzabeth) and Bartholomew Taliaferro.

BARTHOLOMEW Tallafer, Taliaferra, Taliaferro, etc., a subject of the Duke of Venice, paid 20 shillings for Letters of Denization in England March 4, 1562.

Will dated September 18, 1601, proved May 3, 1602 P.C.C.

Taliaferro, Bartholomew: Will of 18 Sep 1601: To my four sons Scipio, Fraunces, Isack, and Jeromme Two hundred pounds sterling when they shall be of age of Twenty one years.

To Elizabeth my daughter to be given at her marriage one hundred pounds sterling, meaning that she shall not marry until she be of age of sixteen years or according to the will of her mother.

To Jone my wife one hundred pounds sterling, if she marries again. If she does not, she is to have the profits of all my estate, and then one hundred pounds when my sons are of the age of twenty one years.

I ordain my overseers of the things contained in this my Testament and Last will John Francisco Soprani Fraunces Rizzo and Phillippe Bernardi.

I do give five pounds sterling to our parish of St. Ollaves on condition that they shall discharge my family of the taxation of the poor of the said parish so long as my wife, sons and daughter shall dwell in the same. And not discharging them of said taxation they shall pay them nothing.

Unto Margery my servant five shillings sterling.

I declare that I have two obligations of Cornelius De Neme, one of one hundred pounds which is paid, but the other of one hundred and twenty five pounds is in force and is due to me.

Made in the City of London the eighteenth day of September 1601 Subscribed in the presence of Jeromme Lopez Pompilio Gaetani Henry Valesi William Parkyns. May 3, 1602.

Letters of Administration granted to Joan Taliaferro the relict of the said deceased. Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 29 Montague.

"His will was dated 18 Sep 1601, proved 3 May 1602 in London.

Bartholomew, a subject of the Duke of Venice, paid 20 shillings for Letters of Denization in England on 4 Mar 1562."

SOURCE: TALIAFFERO TIMES, Vol. 2, September 3, 1997 Issue 3.


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Children:
 Francis Taliaferro (1589 - 1647)*
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Burial: St Olave Hart Street Churchyard London Greater London, England


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Bartholomew Taliaferro, Sr.'s Timeline

1530
1530
Venice, Italy

Born in Venice, Italy. Variations on last name include Tallafer, Tagliaferi

1583
January 1, 1583
Age 53
St. Michaels, Cornhill, London, England
January 1, 1583
Age 53
City of London, Greater London, United Kingdom

St. Michael's

1584
November 21, 1584
Age 54
London, London, , England
1585
January 8, 1585
Age 55
Hart Street, London, , England
1587
February 19, 1587
Age 57
London, Middlesex, , England
1589
January 25, 1589
Age 59
Bethnal Green, Stepney, Middlesex, England
1592
March 18, 1592
Age 62
London, Middlesex, , England
March 18, 1592
Age 62
London, , England
1594
August 26, 1594
Age 64
London, Middlesex, , England