Nathaniel G. Taylor, Comm. Indian Affairs

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Nathaniel Green Taylor

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Birthplace: Happy Valley, Tennessee
Death: Died in Happy Valley, Tennessee
Place of Burial: Taylor Cemetery Elizabethton Carter County Tennessee
Immediate Family:

Son of James Patton Taylor and Mary Cocke Carter
Husband of Emmaline Haynes
Father of Hugh Lawson Taylor; James P Taylor; Alfred A. Taylor, Governor; Robert Love Taylor, Governor, U.S. Senator; Nathaniel Winfield Scott Taylor and 1 other
Brother of Nathaniel Greene Taylor

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About Nathaniel G. Taylor, Comm. Indian Affairs

Nathaniel Green Taylor (December 29, 1819 – April 1, 1887) was an American lawyer, farmer, and politician from Tennessee. He was U.S. Representative from Tennessee from 1854 to 1855, and again from 1866 to 1867, and Commissioner of Indian Affairs from 1867 to 1869.

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Nathaniel G. Taylor, Comm. Indian Affairs's Timeline

1819
1819
Happy Valley, Tennessee
1840
1840
Age 21
1844
January 30, 1844
Age 25
December 22, 1844
Age 25
1848
August 6, 1848
Age 29
Carter County, Tennessee,
1850
July 31, 1850
Age 31
Carter, Carter County, TN, USA
1852
1852
Age 33
1856
March 28, 1856
Age 37
1887
1887
Age 68
Happy Valley, Tennessee
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Taylor Cemetery Elizabethton Carter County Tennessee