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Harriett Taylor

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Harriett Taylor (c1819-1887), nee Enfield

c.1819 Born in Notts.[1]

1840 Married John Taylor in Bramcote, Notts[2]

1851 The head of the family was absent at the time of the census; he was funded by land proprietor (unclear); Harriett Taylor was his wife 32; also in the house in Kensington were their children John Taylor 9, Francis Ann Taylor 7, Henry Enfield Taylor 5, Phillip Meadows Taylor 3, Frank Taylor 1, and her nephew Ernest William Enfield 1 and brother Edward Enfield 39[3]

1861 Harriett Taylor 42, married, living in St Marylebone, London with John Taylor 19, Frances A Taylor 17, Henry E Taylor 15, Philip M Taylor 13, Frank Taylor 11, Anne P Taylor 9, Susan H Taylor 7, Robert Taylor 5, Edgar Taylor 3, Edward S Taylor 1[4]

1887 Died in Gloucester St, Portman Sq, London; her executors were her brother Richard, of Bramcote, and her son Frank of Sandycroft Hawarden, Chester[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. BMD
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1861 census
  5. National Probate Calendar