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Martha ThompsonAge: 83 years16791762

Name
Martha Thompson
Given names
Martha
Surname
Thompson
Birth 1679
MarriageJames II TaylorView this family
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Birth of a daughter
#1
Frances Taylor
August 30, 1700 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Zachary Taylor
April 17, 1707 (Age 28 years)
Marriage of a childAmbrose MadisonFrances TaylorView this family
August 24, 1721 (Age 42 years)

Birth of a grandson
#1
Col. James Madison
March 27, 1723 (Age 44 years)
Birth of a granddaughter
#2
Frances Madison
March 6, 1725 (Age 46 years)
Death of a husbandJames II Taylor
June 26, 1729 (Age 50 years)
Birth of a grandson
#3
Richard Taylor
April 3, 1744 (Age 65 years)
Death of a daughterFrances Taylor
November 26, 1761 (Age 82 years)
Death November 19, 1762 (Age 83 years)
Family with James II Taylor - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage:
daughter
7 years
son
Zachary Taylor
Birth: April 17, 1707 32 28King and Queen County, Virginia, USA
Death: March 1, 1768Rapidan, Culpeper County, Virginia, USA

Note
artha married James Taylor II on February 23, 1699 in Virginia. James II, the husband of Martha, was granted 13,000 acres of land in what became Orange County and he built Bloomsbury about 1722. He divided his vast holdings among his children. George received Midland (now Yatton), James III got Bloomsbury, Erasmus got Greenfield and Zachary got Meadowfarm. It is believed that James II and his wife, Martha, were buried at Bloomsbury in the Taylor-Quarles Cemetery on the property, since this was their original homestead. The photo of the cemetery shows the Taylor section in the back with no markers within the brick walls. The Quarles family have the 4 existing markers in the front section by the gate. Additionally, James II and Martha are not buried at Meadow Farm; this cemetery has been fully photographed and everyone has been accounted for with a grave marker or plaque. The James Taylor I Association believes Martha died at and was buried on the Greenfield Plantation, the home of her son, Erasmus, but she does not have a grave marker there. James and Martha had 12 children, 6 of which are linked to them on their memorials. Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/116206202/martha-taylor
Note
artha married James Taylor II on February 23, 1699 in Virginia. James II, the husband of Martha, was granted 13,000 acres of land in what became Orange County and he built Bloomsbury about 1722. He divided his vast holdings among his children. George received Midland (now Yatton), James III got Bloomsbury, Erasmus got Greenfield and Zachary got Meadowfarm. It is believed that James II and his wife, Martha, were buried at Bloomsbury in the Taylor-Quarles Cemetery on the property, since this was their original homestead. The photo of the cemetery shows the Taylor section in the back with no markers within the brick walls. The Quarles family have the 4 existing markers in the front section by the gate. Additionally, James II and Martha are not buried at Meadow Farm; this cemetery has been fully photographed and everyone has been accounted for with a grave marker or plaque. The James Taylor I Association believes Martha died at and was buried on the Greenfield Plantation, the home of her son, Erasmus, but she does not have a grave marker there. James and Martha had 12 children, 6 of which are linked to them on their memorials. Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/116206202/martha-taylor