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W.B. Taylor, Esq./William Boineau Taylor & Frances Whaley Taylor Browne Mansfield, DeSoto, Louisiana

W.B. Taylor, Esq./William Boineau Taylor & Frances Whaley Taylor Browne Mansfield, DeSoto, Louisiana

Posted: 1545190253000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Taylor, Brown, Brown(e)
W.B. Taylor, Esq./William Boineau Taylor Mansfield, DeSoto, Louisiana was married to Isabella Henrietta Aiken Corrie. They had several children. One specifically is Frances Whaley Taylor, married Brown(e) who is my great grandmother.

I have her death notice (literally in my possession/attached) showing her father's name as listed in the subject line. I also have her proper name listed on the back of a photo (also attached) I am looking for her death certificate and location of burial.

I am also looking for the death certificate and location of burial for her father W.B.Taylor. There is very little information on either of these two that will allow me to move forward/backwards/sideways with my paternal side research.

Thank you in advance,

D. Gainey
gaineyarabian @ aol .com
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Re: W.B. Taylor, Esq./William Boineau Taylor & Frances Whaley Taylor Browne Mansfield, DeSoto, Louisiana

Posted: 1548448505000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Taylor, Brown
Hi,

1850 Wilcox, Alabama
Wm B. Taylor, b. sC, 32, farmer
Isabella, b. SC, 31
Lockwood, b. AL, 8
George, b. AL, 6
Samuel, b. AL, 4
Joseph, b. AL, 3
Frances, dau, b. AL, 1

1860 De Soto Par., LA
W. B. Taylor, b. SC, 42, planter
Isabel, b. SC, 40
Aloison, b. AL, 18
Frances W., b. AL, 11
Thomas S., b. LA, 8
Mary C., b. SC, 5
Female Infant, b. LA, 9/12ths

1870 Mansfield, De Soto, LA
Wm B. Taylor, b. SC, 57, clerk district court
Isabella, b. SC, 50
Frances, b. AL, 20
Thomas L., b. La, 18, farmer
Catherine, b. LA, 14
Isabella, b. LA, 10
William Brown, AA, b. LA, 18, farm laborer
Mary Parker, MU, b. LA, 10

William's race designation might be an error.

1880 Red River Parish, LA
W. D. Brown, b. LA, 29, farmer
Frances?, b. LA, 27
Henry T., b. LA, 1

Deaths in Louisiana prior to 1911 are at the Louisiana State Archives (if recorded at all), www.sos.la.gov/HistoricalResources/ResearchHistoricalRecords....

I'd contact the De Soto parish Library, www.desotoparishlibrary.org/services-and-program/louisiana and ask about a copy of her newspaper death notice. Successful Searching!
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