Molasses would be faster! Here is what I have:
KENTUCKY RECORDS, SIXTEEN HUNDRED LINES TO PILGRIMS
BRADFORDS OF CHARLES COUNTY VIRGINIA
PARISH RECORDS OF ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE, LONDON, ENGLAND
Richard Taylor Sr. abt 1545
Margaret Manning (servant)abt 1690 d. 13 Mar 1574 St. Thomas, England
Richard Taylor abt 1619
wife: Sarah Barker abt 1623
Parents of Sarah Barker: (Burgess, Mariner, Pilgrim) William Barker abt 1595, England, d. 4 Mar. 1655, Charles City county, Virginia wife: Frances Ward abt 1599, England, father: James Ward, abt 1573, England.
Children of William Barker and Frances Ward: John, Sarah, Elizabeth
Children of Richard Taylor and Sarah Barker:
Francis(female), Lucy, Robert, Sarah, Katherine, Lucy, Richard, Robert, Elizabeth, Captain John, Sarah, Katherine, Elizabeth
I do not know why they had several with the same name, unless the earlier ones died. This was not an unusual practice. I have some ancestors with their children named the same and all still living. Seems confusing to me! At least when you called Elizabeth to the dinner table you got them all.