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JOSEPH C. TAYLOR
JOSEPH C. TAYLORJohn Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.
John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.

JOSEPH KETCHAM
JOSEPH KETCHAMJohn Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.

JOHN WESLEY TAYLOR
JOHN WESLEY TAYLORJohn Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probabJohn Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.le that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.

EAT BOOGERS
EAT BOOGERS John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.

BLOW SNOT
BLOW SNOT John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.

PLUCK BOOBS
PLUCK BOOBS

14 YEAR OLD WENCHES
14 YEAR OLD WENCHES John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.John Taylor is the earliest individual and ancestor that can be found carrying the Taylor name at the time of this writing.  He was born in Pennsylvania on July 21, 1775 and it is most probable that John was part of the 1784 emigration to Kentucky.  The birth site of John's oldest children in Kentucky help bear out this fact.

John Taylor married Elizabeth Smith on January 21, 1797 in Kentucky.  Elizabeth Smith was born March 30, 1780.  Between this union 14 children were born.  At some point after 1810, John and Elizabeth moved across the Ohio River and settled in or near Canaan in Jefferson County, Indiana with some their 14 children.

BIG TRUCKS
BIG TRUCKS

16 YEAR OLD HOTTIES
16 YEAR OLD HOTTIES