Samuel Taylor


Son of William Taylor, Father of William Thomas Taylor and husband of Mary Ann Mayes

Samuel was born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk, about 1823

Samuel married Mary at St Michael’s Church, Pimlico, London on 26th December 1848.  They were both living at Eaton House Mews and were of “Full Age”.  Samuel was then a plumber and his father was William Taylor, a Mariner.  Mary’s father was Thomas Mayes, also a Mariner.  Witnesses at the wedding were a Joseph Pledger and Matilda Mayes

According to the 1851 Census, Samuel, aged 27, a plumber and Master Glazier..  Mary was aged 20 and born in Cromer, Norfolk.  Their were living in Providence Row, South Lynn. Present was Mary’s brother, Charles Mayes, aged 16, an Apprentice Plumber, born in Cromer:  Their only son was also present

William Taylor aged 1 and born in Kings Lynn

According to the 1861 Census, the family were living at 1 London Road, South Lynn.  Samuel was then a Master Painter, aged 37 and Mary was 29.  Their son, William, aged 11 and a scholar, was also present.

According to the 1881 Census, Samuel and Mary were living in White Friars Road, South Lynn, Norfolk, aged 57 and 59 respectively. Samuel was born in Kings Lynn and Mary in Cromer, Norfolk.  Samuel was still a plumber

Samuel died in 1885 aged 63

According to the 1991 Census, Mary was a widow, aged 72!, living at 5 Provident Street, South Lynn

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