1721 Thomas Taylor, son of Samuel and Anne Taylor, was born on 4 of month 1, 1720/21, near 1 o'clock in the afternoon. 
1751 William Steward and Rebecca Taylor, daughter of Samuel and Anne Taylor, were married on 28 of month 9, at Chesterfield. Witnessed by Thomas Taylor, and others. 
1752 Thomas Taylor, of Chesterfield, Burlington County, dated his will on February 17. Named wife, Anna. Children: James, Lucretia, Meribah, all under age. Land on north side of Millpond between Chapman's place, Joseph Reckless, Raworth Beck and the road; meadow bought of Robert Chapman and Richard Satterthwaite; farm, now occupied by William Letts; personal property. Executors: the wife, brother Samuel Taylor and David Rockhill. Witnesses: Joshua Humphris, William Steward, Joseph Reckless. Proved April 9, 1752. 
1752 The inventory for Thomas Taylor's estate was made for £722.3.3, incl. horses, cattle, sheep and swine, £143.7; bills, bonds and book debts, £298.5.7; "sarvants" and provisions, £74.8.8. The inventory, made by John Rockhill and Joshua Humphris, was dated April 1.
1759 An account by Ann and Samuel Taylor, two of the Executors above named, who have increased it to £822.3.3, by the sale of land, and paid out. £859.0.3. in discharging debts due to James Lippincott, Samuel Hardgrove, Thomas Douglass, George Taylor, Sarah Thorne. William Black, George Bliss, Nathan Richardson (schoolmaster), Thomas Ryan (blacksmith), William Baker, Abram Sherin, Thomas Lawrie, William Leets, Joseph Borden, George Briggs, Isaiah Foulke, Abraham Brown, Caleb Carman, Jonathan Thomas, Moses Ivins, John Collins, Joseph Richards, Thomas Quicksall, Barzillai Newbold, Deliverance Taylor, William Taylor, Francis Hall, Philipp Marott, Thomas Haines, Benjamin Taylor, John Page, Robert Taylor, Joiada Schooley, John Imlay, Samuel Harris, Phineas Bunting, Thomas Foster, William Pancoast, Rawarth Beck, Richard Allison, Alexander Moore, Hezekiah Jones, and Godfrey Beek. Dated June 2. 
1760 Jarvis Pharo made a complaint against Samuel Taylor Jr and Benjamin Taylor, executors of Thomas Taylor, deceased concerning Tilles of land. A committee was to go to the spot and run out the lines. Dated on 6 of month 3 and on 3 of month 4. 
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