John Taylor, Sr.
|Birthplace:||Pennington Castle, Carlisle, Cumberland, England|
|Death:||Died in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Virginia|
|Place of Burial:||Lancaster County, VA|
Son of Capt Thomas James Taylor, Jr and Margaret Taylor
|Managed by:||Private User|
About John Taylor, Sr.
- b. 10 Aug 1607, Carlisle, Cumberland Co., England - Pennington Castle
- d. Jan 1651/52, Lancaster Co., Virginia
- Father: Thomas TAYLOR b: 15 MAR 1573/74 in of Hadley, Middlesex, England
- Mother: Margaret SWINDERLY b: ABT. 1578 in Copenhagen, Cophenhagen, Denmark
- Elizabeth JONES b: ABT. 1607 in England
- Elizabeth HORTON
Children of 1st wife
- Has No Children Richard TAYLOR b: 1625 in England
- Has No Children John TAYLOR II b: 12 SEP 1627 in Hadleigh, Suffolkshire, England
- Has No Children Robert TAYLOR b: 1630 in England
- Has Children William TAYLOR b: 1632 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England
- Has Children James TAYLOR I b: 1635 in Earl, Hare, Carlisle, England
- Has Children Thomas TAYLOR b: 1637 in Hadleigh, Suffolkshire, England
Children of 2nd wife
- Has No Children Elizabeth TAYLOR b: 1645
Immigrated from Carlisle, Cumberland, England to Virginia in 1648.
John Taylor was born in England 10 August 1607 in Pennington Castle. He was of the Earls of Pennington. He and his entire family were immigrants to America. They were all transported under the 'Headright System' by John Rosier of Northumberland Virginia, reaching american soil on 7 February, 1650.
John Taylor died about two years later. His widow, Elizabeth married Tobias Horton.
John Taylor was born on 10 Aug 1607 in Pennington Castle, Cumberland, England. He died in Jan 1652 in Lancaster County, Virginia.
He married Elizabeth in 1637 in Flintshire, Wales.
Children 6. Sex Name
- 1. F Elizabeth TAYLOR
- Born: 1631 Place:
- Christened: 14 May 1631 Place: Worthenby, Flint, Wales
Pennington Castle, birthplace of John Taylor (1607)
Earthwork remains of a Medieval ringwork, comprising a rampart and outer ditch on the slopes of Pennington Beck. The defended quadrant-shaped enclosure measures 156ft by 132ft. (PastScape)
Pennington Castle Hill is an interesting little earthwork about two miles west of Ulverston, and situated just about the place where the Fumess Fells drop down to meet Low or Plain Furness. It is therefore fairly close to the ancient road which came oversands from Cartniel to Sandside, and crossed through Low Fumess into South Cumberland. The situation is rather striking, being on the edge of Pennington Beck, which here runs in a deep ravine ; and the makers of the Castle Hill have chosen a sharp elbow of cliff on the east bank, isolating it for defensive purposes by a semi-circular ditch and rampart, which thus took in a quadrant shaped area. The ward thus formed measures 156 feet by 132 feet, and the ditch is about 45 feet wide measured from the rampart top to the outer edge. As the site slopes to the south, and the ditch is about the same depth all round, its level at the south is lower than at the north, and it has, of course, never been meant to hold water. The rampart on the north is now perhaps twelve feet above the ward level, and there is only one entrance through it, that on the south-east, which is probably ancient. (Cowper)
Supposed precursor to Muncaster. Held by Penningtons as late as 1318, though they moved to Muncaster c. 1242.
- Something to note: This John Taylor is Dame Elizabeth Taylor's 8th Great Grandfather (yes, the movie star)
- http://www.geocities.com/snooky_first/Taylor.html (source)
John Taylor, Sr.'s Timeline
December 18, 1603
St. Alban's Herts, England
September 26, 1605
Markfield, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom
August 10, 1607
Carlisle, Cumberland, England
Carlisle, Cumberland, England, United Kingdom
September 8, 1625
September 12, 1627
Hadleigh, Suffolk, England