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Richard TaylorAge: 84 years17441829

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Richard Taylor
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Richard
Surname
Taylor
Birth April 3, 1744 36 35
MarriageSarah Dabney StrotherView this family
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Death of a motherElizabeth Lee
April 1753 (Age 8 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMartha Thompson
November 19, 1762 (Age 18 years)
Death of a fatherZachary Taylor
March 1, 1768 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a son
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Zachary Taylor
November 24, 1784 (Age 40 years)
Death of a wifeSarah Dabney Strother
December 13, 1822 (Age 78 years)
Death January 19, 1829 (Age 84 years)
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Zachary Taylor
Birth: April 17, 1707 32 28King and Queen County, Virginia, USA
Death: March 1, 1768Rapidan, Culpeper County, Virginia, USA
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Zachary Taylor
Birth: November 24, 1784 40 23Orange County, Virginia
Death: July 9, 1850Washington DC, United States of America

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Richard Lee Taylor Birth 3 Apr 1744 Orange County, Virginia, USA Death 19 Jan 1829 (aged 84) Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA Burial Zachary Taylor National Cemetery Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA Show Map Plot Zachary Taylor family plot Memorial ID 8625 · View Source Memorial Photos 5 Flowers 73 American Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer. Born in Orange County, Virginia, he graduated from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. In 1769 he explored the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers with his older brother, Hancock Taylor, travelling from Pittsburgh to New Orleans. At the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War, he became a 2nd lieutenant in the Virginia Continental forces in February 1775, and fought in the battles of White Plains in New York, Trenton in New Jersey, Brandywine in Pennsylvania, and Monmouth in New Jersey. In September 1781 he was discharged at the rank of lieutenant colonel. He acquired 8,000 acres throughout Kentucky and built his home "Springfield" on part of the land, known today as the Zachary Taylor House. During the Northwest Indian War (1785 to 1795, also known as Little Turtle's War), he served as a volunteer in the Kentucky militia and was injured in a disastrous 1792 battle with the Native Americans under Chief Little Turtle near Fort St. Clair, site of the present-day Eaton, Ohio. After 1800 he remained active in Kentucky politics for the rest of his life. He died at his home at the age of 84. He was the father of Zachary Taylor, the 12th President of the US, and Joseph Pannell Taylor, who served as a general in the Union Army during the Civil War. Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/8625/richard-lee-taylor
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