TAYLOR Philip

TAYLOR Philip[1]

Male 1839 - 1927  (~ 87 years)

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  • Name TAYLOR Philip 
    Born Aug 1839  , , Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Military Between 4 Sep 1862 and 23 May 1863  Saranac, Ionia, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    as a Private; Company I, 21st Michigan Infantry Regiment; mustered out with disability discharge at New Albany, Indiana 
    _UID 45A36D6040FE46B4B24A9741C905210EBE95 
    Died 8 May 1927  [1
    Buried Aft 8 May 1927  Saranac, Ionia, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Address:
    Saranac Cemetery 
    Philip Taylor civil war marker
    Philip Taylor civil war marker
    Co. I, 21st Michigan Infantry
    Philip & Sarah (Noyes) Taylor gravestone
    Philip & Sarah (Noyes) Taylor gravestone
    Notes 
    • 1870  >  MICHIGAN  >  IONIA  > SARANAC  Series: M593  Roll: 676 Page: 374
      Phillip Taylor                       29          keeping livery                    MI
      Sarah Taylor                       26           keeping house                  Can
      Robert K Taylor 3                                                              MI
       
      1880 Saranac, Ionia, Michigan
      Phillip TAYLOR   M            Male      40           MI          Livery Man
      Sahara L. TAYLOR  M       Female                 35           CAN       Housekeeping
      Robert K. TAYLOR             S              Male      13           MI          AttendsSchool
      Wm. HENDERSON  S        Male      25           CAN       Hostler
                      Family History Library Film  1254584 p 271B
       
      1900 Saranac
      Phillip Taylor                       headAug 1837 62 M 38 MI NS Can (Eng) liverystable
      Sarah S Taylor    wifeJun 1844     55 M 38 1 1          Can VT VT
       
      1910  >  MICHIGAN  >  IONIA  > BOSTON TWP Series: T624  Roll: 650  Page: 182
      Philip Taylor        head                      70 M141               MI NS Can           Deputy Sheriff Ionia Co.
      Sarah Taylor       wife                       65 M1 41 1 1 Can VT VT
      Abner Noyes     b-in-law               68 W                     VT VT VT              Notary Public
       
      1920  >  MICHIGAN  >  IONIA  > SARANAC Series: T625  Roll:772  Page: 63
      Philip Taylor        80M      MI
      Sara S Taylor       75M      VT VT VT

      History of Ionia and Montclam counties michigan   By John S. Schenck
      Taylor, Philip, disch. for disability May 23,1863.
       
      For a little time previous to 1857 the manufacture of bogus Mexican dollars was carried on in the village, but so secretly did the counterfeiters conduct their operations that knowledge of the matter was not made public until after the business had been suspended for a year or so. The information came out in 1857, when, upon the arrest of some housebreakers who had been depredating the villagers' homes, it was learned that they had before that figured as a counterfeiting band in the town, although upon their own confession the money they made was so very bad that but few people could be deceived with it.
       
      The political campaign of 1868 is recalled as a memorable one in Saranac by reason of the violent death, at a mass-meeting, of Dr. Perry, of Lowell. It was charged that Perry had been shot by Deputy-Sheriff Philip Taylor, and such indeed proved to be the case; but upon the subsequent trial of Taylor for murder it was shown that the shooting was accidental, and of course Taylor was acquitted.

      THE ADVERTISER, Saranac, Ionia County, MI; Thursday, August 28, 1902:
      GOOD RACES LAST THURSDAY The second meeting of the series of races to be given by the Driving Club was a grand success. There was a good turnout and a fine lot of horses were on hand. The free for all race was won by Maude A. owned by S. B. ANWAY; second Flossie, owned by Philip TAYLOR, Saranac; third by Don R. owned by J. H. REED of Pewamo. Three minute race was won by D.O. owned by D. O. McVEIGH of Ionia; second Nora, Ed. ROWE of Ionia; third Steel Pamter, Scott THOMAS, Lowell. The running race was won by Boy In Blue owned by Dell WOOD of McCords, second Billy, owned M. B. WILKINSON, Hubbardston.
    Person ID I92421  Noyes Family Genealogy
    Last Modified 23 Apr 2011 

    Family NOYES Sarah,   b. Jun 1844, Quebec, Quebec, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Aug 1926  (Age ~ 82 years) 
    Married 17 Aug 1862  Saranac, Ionia, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Children 
     1. TAYLOR Robert K.,   b. May 1867, , , Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 2 Oct 2014 
    Family ID F36811  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 17 Aug 1862 - Saranac, Ionia, Michigan Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMilitary - as a Private; Company I, 21st Michigan Infantry Regiment; mustered out with disability discharge at New Albany, Indiana - Between 4 Sep 1862 and 23 May 1863 - Saranac, Ionia, Michigan Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Address:
    Saranac Cemetery - Aft 8 May 1927 - Saranac, Ionia, Michigan
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  • Sources 
    1. [S4670] Correspondence-Email-WATSON Gar, I2745: NOYES Sarah; 8/24/2010; Paul M. Noyes.

    2. [S4240] Internet-Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers 1861-65.