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Do any of the siblings I quoted from the family on FamilySearch turn up in connection with your William who m. 1803, Susanna NAYLOR?

What information do you have on NAYLOR? It looks as if the two families were connected earlier in the southwestern Maryland counties of Charles & Prince George's. I'm not sure whether those in Talbot Co. connected to the other NAYLOR family of Maryland.

H. C. PEDEN's MD Deponents: George NAILOR, 72 in 1726, Charles Co., [35:419].
George NAYLOR, 55 in 1769, PG Co. [AA:136].

MD Calendar of Wills: Abraham NAYLOR, Anne Arundel Co., 5 May, 30 July 1683. To wf. Jane, exx. & sole legatee during widowhood; if she remarry, to have a third, & residue to the poor of Dranfiel Parish, Darbyshire. Overseers Saml. CHEW, Nehemiah BIRKHEAD. Wit. Saml. CHEW, Phelemia GINNIS, Wm. SWICK.

Philip MASSEY, St. Michael's Parish, Tred Haven Creek, Talbot Co., 5/23 Feb. 1702. Wit. Wm. NAYLOR.

Thos. SEVILL, Talbot Co., pr. 21 May 1703. Wit. Jno. NAYLOR.

Moses HARRIS, Talbot Co., made 16 Feb. 1712 (date of proof not given). Wit. Jno. NAYLER.

James MUSSLEBROOK, PG, 13 Apr., 29 May 1714. Entire estate equally to Geo. NAILER, Jr., ex., & his dau. Martha. Wit. Peter BRIGHTWELL, Thos. ELLET.

John COCKEY, BA, 15 Apr. 1720, 8 Mar. 1720 {1720/1}. To wf. Sarah & bro. John. Wit. Wm. NAYLOR.

John ROGERS, Talbot Co., pr. 17 July 1728.
To Ann, wf/o John NAILER, & ch/o John NAILER, ex.: Wm., Deborah, & John.

Wm. BROWN, Talbot Co., pr. 24 Apr. 1729. To dau-in-law Anne NAILER, 100 acres of "Dunns Ranges." Six pounds sterling each to Wm. & Mary NAILER at marriage or when of age. Wit. Mathew SKILLITT, Wm. & Thos. PARLETT, Edward TURNER.

Wm. HOOK, PG, pr. 29 Aug. 1733. To dau-in-law Eliz. HARGES, 100 acres "Good Will," but if she dsp., to George NAILOR, Jr.

Nathl. MAGRUDER, PG, pr. 27 Mar. 1734. Wit. James NAILOR.

George NAILOR, Chas. Co., 21 Dec. 1729, 11 Je. 1734. To wf. Eliz., exx., "Stainland: & pt/o "Woodborrough," but if she d. without issue by testator, to son James. To son-in-law John ADAMS, h/o dau. Elizabeth, "Nailor's Range," PG. To grandson James, eld. s/o son James, Lot 53, Mill Town. To granddau. Priscilla, dau/o son George. Sons Geo. & Jas., coexs. Wit. Thomas THOMAS (decd. at probate), Thos. COLEMAN, Wm. SAMWAYES.

George NAYLOR, PG, pr. 24 Mar. 1740. To son George, ex., "Forest of Fancy," He to have charge of dau. Sarah. To ch. Battson, Dorcus, & Ann, wf/o Thomas GRAHAM. Wit. Henry LEE, Thos. BEAN, Jas/Thos. WATSON.

John NAYLOR, Talbot Co., pr. 8 Apr. 1745. To son Joseph, "Morefield" & "Morefield's Addn.," but if he dsp., to son David. To wf. Ann, exx. Wit. Grace WILLIAMS, Jas. GAD, Thos. VICKERS.

John LAWSON, PG, pr. 26 Mar. 1749/50. To grandmother & father & sister Lettice NAYLOR...

John BENNETT, Talbot Co., pr. 17 Feb. 1761. To son-in-law David NAILOR, but if he dsp, to dau-in-law Rebecca PARKER's children by James ROBERTS: Thomas, Ann, & Rebecca...

Thomas LAWSON, PG, pr. 25 Mar. 1761. To dau. Letis NAILOR, dw. house "Stoke," & at her d., to her son John Lawson NAYLOR. Son-in-law George NAYLOR, ex.

David NAYLOR, Talbot Co., pr. 20 May 1762. To sister Rachel PITTS, my part of the late John BENNETT's estate. To sis. Mary JONES. Residue to wf. Elizabeth, exx.

James NAYLOR, Charles Co., pr. 2 May 1769. To wf. Ann, son Joshua, and all ch. now living. To son George, "Brightwell's Range." Notice from W. HANSON, Deputy Comr., "I gave personal notice to Samuel NAILOR, heir-at-law."

Batson NAYLOR, PG, 26 Je. 1769, pr. 28 Je. 1769 {!} To wf. Magit & son Geo., coexs. & to ch. Batson, Benman, Anne, Matthew, Elizabeth, & Lettice. Tract "Wood Brig."

David DAVIS, Chas. Co., pr. 18 Apr. 1776. Wf. Ann, exx. (declined). To ch. Nicholas, Sarah, David, George, Elijah, Ann NAYLOR, Christian TURNER, Elizabeth CHRISTIAN, & Naylor DAVIS.

MD State Papers, the Black Books: Taxed in Mattapeny Hundred, Prince George's Co., 1719...George NAYLOR...
Taxed in Collington Hundred, PG, 1719, John TURNER, Sr. & Jr.
Taxed in Lower Precinct, Mattapany Hundred, PG, 1733, George NAYLOR.
Taxed in E. Branch Hundred, PG, 1733, Solomon TURNER; Potowmack Hundred, PG, Charles TURNER; Rock Creek Hundred, PG, Jonathan TURNER.

E. JOURDAN, Early Families of S. MD: Estate of Joseph LETCHWORTH, 12 Nov. 1700, appraisers Wm. WATSON & Geo. NAILOR.
Will of Mary THRONE / THORNE, Pr. Geo. Co., 6 Jan. 1757, pr. 28 Je. 1759, named ch. Varlinda & h. Moses ORME; Priscilla, Ann, & Susannah TAYLOR; & Mary THRONE.
Moses ORME & brother Richard WHITE, exs.
Wit. John AUSTIN, Joshua NAYLOR, & George NAYLOR, Jr.

Robt. BARNES' Balto. Co. Families, 1659 - 1759, Sarah NAILOR was second wife of George MATTHEWS, b. 19 of ninth mo. 1729, s/o Thomas.

Pr. Geo. Co., Indexes of Church Registers, King George Parish.
Samuel NAYLOR had son Benjamin Turner NAYLOR, b. 25 Sep. 1761.
George NAYLOR & Verlender had Rebeccah, bpt. 16 Oct. 1763.

BRUMBAUGH's MD Records, Charles Co. Marriages by Rev. H. FENDALL, Episcopal,
Batson NAYLOR, 8 Nov. 1778, Eleanor AUSTIN, PG Co.

Oaths of Fidelity, 1778, PG Co., NAYLOR: George, George, Jr., George of James, George of Batson, John Lawson, & Samuel.
Joshua NAYLOR signed Oath of Fidelity, 1778, Montgomery Co., MD.

Robt. BARNES' MD Marriages, NAILOR, Hannah, 23 July 1796, St. Paul's, BA, Samuel GREEN
NAYLER, Wm., 22 May 1779, BA, Clementia ABERCROMBIE
NAYLOR, Batson, 8 Nov. 1778, Chas. Co., Eleanor AUSTIN
Margaret, 15 Feb. 1780, PG, Elisha FIELDS
Ann, 14 Aug. 1799, BA, Wm. MARSH
Wm., 2 Oct. 1800, Allegany Co., Nancy SANFORD.

M. MYERS' Marriage Licenses of Fredk. Co., MD:
NAILOR, Jane, 5 Je. 1793, John STEVENS
NAYLOR, Isaac Jones, 17 Mar. 1779, Barbara GOODMAN
Alexander, 8 Mar. 1786, Mary MILLS
John, 17 Dec. 1818, Ann Eliza CAMPBELL
James, 2 Jan. 1819, Maria HEFFNER
Cecelia A., 21 Sep. 1825, John McDONALD
Mahala, 7 Dec. 1826, Wm. NORRIS
James, 11 Mar. 1831, Harriot KUHN.

Fredk. Co., MD, Militia in the War of 1812, Pvt. John NAILOR, 23, b. Fredk. Co., saddle-tree maker, in 20th US Infantry under Capt. Chas. GEE. At enlistment for duration, 5 Jan. 1814, 5' 5", blue eyes, black hair, ruddy complexion; disch. at Norfolk, 20 Mar. 1815.

M & D from MD Gazette: Mrs. NAYLOR, born in Amwel, NJ, in its first settlement, died there, aged about 103. For upwards of fifty years, her diet had consisted of tea and a little bread and butter, and her amusement was continually smoking tobacco, reported 7 Feb. 1805.
RootsWeb: William TURNER who m. 26 Oct. 1803, VA, Susanna NAYLOR & m2. 1807, Nancy WRIGHT, quotes an Albemarle Co. Chancery Case #1832-007. Robert TURNER, plaintiff, vs. Matthew, George, William, & Reuben TURNER, Mary GARRISON, & Menoah & Judy VIA. On 4 Apr. 1832, Mary GARRISON was summoned along with her siblings to appear on the first Monday of June 1832.

Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site, David-Lee-Bush:

Charles TURNER in 1788 bought from Solomon BALLOU, nearly 200 acres northwest of Ivy Depot, at the foot of (what was later called) Turner's Mountain, Albemarle Co., VA. Charles Turner died testate in 1789 [3:60], leaving wife Mary Ann and children Robert, George, Reuben, Wm., Matthew, Keziah (d. 1831, unm.), Mary, & Judith (d. 1855). George m. 1791, Ann MAUPIN, dau/o Gabriel. In 1815, some of the children sold to Charles HARPER & moved to Pendleton Co., KY. Reuben TURNER (1770 - 9 Sep. 1833, Quincy, Adams Co., IL).

It sounds as if a good next step would be to get the chancery record of 1832.

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