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Origins of the Taylor family name - Scotland

Components of the Coat of Arms - The Shield is: A lion on a blue shield with a diagonal stripe on which there are three sea shells. The Crest is: A rampant lion. The motto is: "Loyal Unto Death" 


Origins of the Arnold name - English and Scottish Border

Components of the family Coat of Arms - The Shield is: Three golden arrow heads on a red background.  The Crest is: A half leopard holding a golden arrow head.  The motto is: "Ut vivas vigila"


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Dianne's Father's line

Descendants of Arthur Taylor

Generation No. 1

ARTHUR1 TAYLOR born 1771, and died December 04, 1833 in Lowndes, Alabama, married NANCY ARNOLD Bef. 1800 in Logan, Kentucky, daughter of ARNOLD. She was born 1766 in England, and died February 08, 1829 in Dallas, Alabama.  Children of ARTHUR TAYLOR and NANCY ARNOLD are:

  1. TAYLOR2, b. 1795.
  2. PEGGY (MARGARET) TAYLOR, b. 1801, Logan, Kentucky; m. DAVID WORKS.
  3. ?JAMES TAYLOR, b. 1801, Logan, Kentucky; d. December 05, 1832.
  4. TAYLOR, b. 1801, Logan, Kentucky.
  5. RUTHA TAYLOR Works, Rutha Taylor b. April 10, 1805, Logan, Kentucky; d. December 14, 1897, Mt. Olive, Coosa, Alabama. 
  6. NANCIE TAYLOR, b. 1811, Logan, Kentucky; m. JAMES HAMMETT, 1840, Talladega, Alabama.
  7. TAYLOR, b. 1816.
  8. TAYLOR, b. 1821.


Generation No. 2

RUTHA2 TAYLOR   Works, Rutha Taylor  (ARTHUR1) born April 10, 1805 in Logan, Kentucky, and died December 14, 1897 in Mt. Olive, Coosa, Alabama, married JOHN WORKS Works, John   March 01, 1825 in Perry, Alabama, son of JAMES WORKS and PENELOPE TOOL. He was born February 12, 1791 in Orangeburg, South Carolina, and died November 04, 1872 in Mt. Olive, Coosa, Alabama. 

This family is continued on the WORKS family page.