Taylor, John

Battle:Battle of Dunbar in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Ship/Arrival:Unity, Dec 1650
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Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy; please independently verify all data.

Published: 03 Sep 2018, Updated: 24 May 2019
Page contributors: Rosann Beauvais, Dr. Andrew Millard, Teresa Rust, Ray Dusek, Sandy Andrews, Marcia Armstrong, Steve Hardison, Roy Hardison


IMPORTANT UPDATE! (Jul 2018)
According to, Christopher Gerrard, Pam Graves, Andrew Millard, Richard Annis, and Anwen Caffell, in, Lost Lives, New Voices: Unlocking the Stories of the Scottish Soldiers at the Battle of Dunbar 1650, (England: Oxbow Books, 2018), 1 on page 252, John is categorized as:

Probable [that he is a Dunbar prisoner transported on the Unity]

Taylor, John. Residences: Kittery, Berwick ME. Appears: 1656. D.1690. Closely associated with other Scots at Kittery [Exiles; Banks; Ch.8; App.B] 2 3 4

For explanations of the category, abbreviations and references see List of Dunbar prisoners from Lost Lives, New Voices.

This John Taylor IS NOT the same as the SPOW James Taylor #32


First Generation in the New World

1. JOHN¹ TAYLOR, was born, presumably in Scotland abt 1630/1; died in Berwick about 1689-90; will probate 23 Feb 1691; 5 6 7 married by 1666 in Berwick to MARTHA (_______). 8 9

Biographical Notes:
Documentation for John Taylor is often intermingled with others from the Kittery community, such as discussion of his receiving a land grant in the area, “When Leader left Great Works, in 1655, his Scotch employees or apprentices, received grants of land from the town. The following had grants in 1656, James Warren… John Taylor, and Alexander Maxwell. Their grants were just below Nason’s along the main river.” 10 The land grant is described in Stackpole’s Old Kittery and her families as being “Above Peter Grant the next lot was that of John Taylor, granted in 1655, fifty acres “on the north side of John Lambs lott and called by the name of brisparns cove.” It is called elsewhere “Onisiprus Cove.”” 11 The location is in what is now Vaughn’s Woods State Park. He was mentioned again later in connection to the mill at Great Works, “About 1665 [Eliakim ] Hutchinson rented the mill to Thomas Doughty, and James Grant of York, Peter Grant and John Taylor became Doughty’s bondsmen. The bond was dated 1 June, 1665.” 12 “In 1669, the York County Court admonished Sander [Alexander Cooper] and his wife, as well as John Taylor and several other Scotsmen, [Including SPOW James Warren] “for using profane speeches” and referring to the “divell” in their “common talk.” 13 Through deposition of his daughter Deliverance, we learn that both he and his wife, Martha, “had been servants of Mr. Leader.” 14 In John Taylor’s will, written 7 May 1687, probated 23 Feb 1691, he bequeathed to his five daughters 30 acres of land each. 5 6 15 (SEE IMAGES ON PAGE 2). It has been proposed that his death may have been due to Indian attacks in the area. “In March 1690, a large force of French troops and Wabanaki warriors attacked the village at Salmon Falls in present day South Berwick. The attackers burned twenty homes and killed or captured 80-100 of the English inhabitants. Given that he died in a year in which there were a great many Indian attacks in Berwick, one wonders if his death can be found at the hands of the Indians, Martha seemed to have some difficulty attending church in 1696 and 1697. She was ordered to court at least five times to explain why she wasn’t at the meeting house.” 16 17  (SEE IMAGES ON PAGE 2) “In 1700, Martha made an agreement with William Goodwin, her son-in-law, to care for her in exchange for the homestead. The farm remained with that family for several generations. When she died, daughter Katherine was not mentioned in the will although the other children were. Katherine had just passed away the same year.” 16 Martha (_____) Taylor’s will was dated 7 Sept 1702 and probated 10 Feb 1702/3. 18 

Children of JOHN¹ and MARTHA (_____) TAYLOR:
2. i. MARY² TAYLOR, (John¹), b. ; d. in Berwick 29 Oct 1730; m. (1) STEPHEN HARDISON, b. 1662; d. 1697; 19 20 m. (2) GEORGE CROSS, b. 1653; d. 1712; 16 m. (3) JOHN LEGRON, b. 1680; d. 1756. 16
2. ii. CATHERINE/KATHERINE² TAYLOR, (John¹), b. ; d. bet. 1687 to 1702; m. CHARLES CAHAN/CANE. 19
2. iii. SARAH² TAYLOR, (John¹), b. ; d. 1763; m. ELISHA CLARK. 19
2.iv. DELIVERANCE² TAYLOR (John¹), b. ; d. aft 4 Apr 1763; m. WILLIAM GOODWIN, d. in Kittery, 1714, son of Daniel Goodwin and Margaret Spencer. 21 19
2.v. ABIGAIL² TAYLOR (John¹), b. ; d. possibly aft 29 Oct 1730; m. MOSES GOODWIN, son of Daniel Goodwin and Margaret Spencer.22 23

Second and Third Generations

2. i. MARY² TAYLOR, (John¹), b. ; d. in Berwick 29 Oct 1730; m. (1) STEPHEN HARDISON Sr, b. 1662; d. 1697; possibly an immigrant Hog Island fisherman 19 20 m. (2) GEORGE CROSS, b. 1653; d. 1712; 16 m. (3) JOHN LEGRON, b. 1680; d. 1756. 16

Children of MARY² TAYLOR and STEPHEN HARDISON Sr:
3. i. JOHN³ HARDISON
 (Mary², John¹), b. Portsmouth 22 Jan 1691; 24 d. in Portsmouth abt 19 June 1753; m. abt 1717, ABIGAIL COTTON, b. in Kittery abt 1695; d. in Kittery aft 13 July 1733, dau. of William and Abigail (Pickering) Cotton.
3. ii. STEPHEN³ HARDISON
 (Mary², John¹), b. in Kittery 9 May 1693; 25 d. in Berwick 25 Dec 1769; m. 23 Sept 1724, ALICE ABBOTT, who was b. in Kittery bef. 22 May 1709, dau. of Joseph Abbott Sr and Alice (Nason) Abbott. 20

Children of MARY² TAYLOR and GEORGE CROSS:
3. i. THOMAS³ CROSS
, b. 1713. 16

Children of MARY² TAYLOR and JOHN LEGRON:
3. i. MARY³
LEGRON/LEGROW, b. in Berwick Aug 1718; d. in Berwick Aug 1787; m. THOMAS ABBOTT, b. in Berwick 1692; d. in Berwick 26 May 1789, son of Joseph Abbott Sr and Alice (Nason) Abbott. 26 27 16

2. ii. CATHERINE/KATHERINE² TAYLOR, (John¹), b. ; d. bet. 1687 to 1702; m. CHARLES CAHAN/CANE, who was b. possibly in Ireland abt 1657; d. in York 1685. 19

Children of KATHERINE² TAYLOR and CHARLES CAHAN/CANE:
3. i. NICHOLAS CANE
 (Katherine², John¹), b. in Sanford, York abt 1682; 28 d. in Philipstown 14 Feb 1758; m. in York 1700, MARY PARSONS, 29 b. in York 13 Oct 1682; d. in York 11 Jan 1753, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Huckins) Parsons.  16

2. iii. SARAH² TAYLOR, (John¹), b. ; d. in Berwick 1763; m. ELISHA CLARK, b. in Wenham 12 Apr 1665, son of John and Sarah (Veren) Clark. 19

Biographical Notes:
“Elisha Clark and wife Sarah appear in Court “for not frequenting the public worship of God on the Lord’s day,” in July 1696… He was living in Dover in 1730 and 1739.” 30

Children of SARAH² TAYLOR and ELISHA CLARK:
3. i. CATHERINE³ CLARK
(Sarah², John¹), b. in Kittery 25 Nov 1691; d. in Stratham 26 Jan 1752; 30 m. in Portsmouth 20 Nov 1712, MATHEW JAMES, b. in Wales 1687; d. in Somersworth 1742. 31
3. ii. JOHN³ CLARK (Sarah², John¹), b. in Kittery 20 Apr 1694; 32 d. 1737; m. in Hampton 13 May 1723, JUDITH MOULTON, b. in Hampton 6 June 1686; d. 13 May 1723, dau. of Joseph and Bethyah (Swain) Moulton. 30 33
3. iii. SARAH³ CLARK (Sarah², John¹), b. in Kittery 9 Jan 1696. 34 30
3. iv. ABIJAH³ CLARK (Sarah², John¹), b. in Kittery 7 Sept 1699. 35 30
3. v. ELISHA³ CLARK (Sarah², John¹), b. in Kittery 16 May 1702. 36 30
3. vi. JOSIAH³ CLARK (Sarah², John¹), b. in Kittery 20 Feb 1704; 37 d. in Newcastle 12 Aug 1768; m. (1) 21 Apr 1725, MARY WINGATE30 (2) PATIENCE BLACKSTONE, b. in Dover Point 1712; d. in Newcastle 1800, dau. of William Blackstone Sr and Abigail (Varney) Blackstone. 38
3. vii. SOLOMON³ CLARK (Sarah², John¹), b. 17 Apr 1707-8.; d. 1760. 39 30
3. viii. STEPHEN³ CLARK (Sarah², John¹), b. 10 Jan 1709-10; 40 d. 26 Oct 1716. 30

2.iv. DELIVERANCE² TAYLOR (John¹), b. ; d. aft 4 Apr 1763; married WILLIAM GOODWIN, who died in Kittery, in 1714. He was the son of Daniel Goodwin (the Goodwin emigrant who was in Kittery in 1652) and Margaret Spencer. 41 42 43

Children of DELIVERANCE² TAYLOR and WILLIAM GOODWIN:
3. i. MARGARET³ GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 19 Dec 1687; d. 1748; m. 15 May 1707-8, JAMES FROST, a planter and mill owner in South Berwick. His will was probated 4 July 1748. 44 45
3. ii.
MOSES³ GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 18 Nov 1689; d. 1769; m. (1)AMY GOODWIN, (2) ANN (____)  (might be same spouse with misspelling) 46 42
3. iii. WILLIAM³ GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), 11 May 1692; d. 1770; m. ABIGAIL STONE.46 42
3. iv. JOHN³ GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 2 Sept 1694; d. 1758; m. 12 June 1715 PATIENCE WILLOUGHBY.44 42 47
3. v. JAMES3 GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 4 Mar 1696; d. 1756; m. SUSANNA DURGIN. 44 42
3. vi. PATIENCE³ GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 1697; d. 1715. 16
3. vii. ELIZABETH³ GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 17 Dec 1699; d. 1752; m. WILLIAM LIBBY, m. (2) 12 Jun 1701 ROBERT GRAY, son of George Gray, #37 on George S. Stewart’s Captured at Dunbar list. Married by Rev. Samuel Moody of York. (Note: Goodwin pg. 46, 455, does not mention a second marriage to Robert Gray but The Gray Family of Hancock, Maine does say she was his first wife.) 44 42 
3. viii. HANNAH³ GOODWIN
 (Deliverance², John¹), b. 29 Aug 1701; d. 1775; m. 15 Feb 1723, ETHRINTON HEARL (later Earl), son of William Hearl. 44 48 
3. ix.
ADAM3 GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 1703; (named in father’s will) d. 1763; m. (1) SARAH (______), (2) MEHITABLE THOMPSON. 44 42
3. x. TAYLOR3 GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), (named in father’s will) m. ELIZABETH NASON, dau. of Benjamin and Mary (Kennard) Nason,  (After Taylor Goodwin’s death, his widow Elizabeth married Peter Grant, #11 on the “Scots at Lynn, 1653, Iron Works Inventory”, who’s first wife was Alice Guptail.). 44 49
3. xi. MARY³ GOODWIN (Deliverance², John¹), b. 1707; (named in father’s will), d. 1738; m. 15 June 1728,  CAPT. JOHN LIBBY, “of Scarborough”. 44 42

2.v. ABIGAIL² TAYLOR (John¹), b. ; possibly died after 29 Oct 1730; married MOSES GOODWIN, son of Daniel Goodwin and Margaret Spencer, he died in Berwick 1726.22 42

Children of ABIGAIL² (TAYLOR) and MOSES GOODWIN:
3. i. MARTHA³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), b. 22 May 1695; d. 1769; m. 30 Aug 1711 (1) JAMES GRAY, son of George Gray, #37 on George S. Stewart’s Captured at Dunbar list, who died in 1726. (2) Uriah Page. (Note: Discrepancy between source documents. The Goodwins of Kittery, York County, Maine pg. 61 states a Mathew Gray, was m. to Martha Goodwin; whereas, The Gray Family of Hancock, Maine, and Old Kittery and her family pg 475 states it was James Gray). 50 51
3. ii. PATIENCE³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), b. 11 Feb 1697; d. 1759; m. 4 Dec 1719, THOMAS BOND “of Portsmouth”. 50 42
3. iii. MARY³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), b. 18 Sept 1699; d. 1733; m. JAMES WARREN (unknown lineage). 50 42
3. iv. ABIGAIL³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), b. 29 Jan 1700; d. 1733; m. at Portsmouth 29 Dec 1727, WILLIAM BENNETT.50 42
3. v. PHOEBE³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), b. abt 1704; (named in father’s will), m. 10 Feb 1725, JOB EMERY. 50 42
3. vi. ELIZABETH³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), b. ; (named in father’s will), m. JOHN GRAY (unknown lineage). 50 42
3. vii. MARGARET³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), (named in brother’s will), bapt. 28 Feb 1724/5, m. ELIAS GRANT, son of Peter Grant, #11 on the “Scots at Lynn, 1653, Iron Works Inventory” 50 42
3. viii. MOSES³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), bapt. 28 Feb 1724/5, d. 1756, nm.50 42
3. ix. AARON³ GOODWIN (Abigail², John¹), b. 1702, (named in father’s will), bapt. 28 Feb 1724/5, m. (1) SARAH THOMPSON, (2) RUTH BEAL. 50 42 52

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