The Resource 1770-1897
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- Estate administration records
- Farms -- Virginia | Chesterfield County
- Chesterfield County (Va.) -- History -- 19th century
- Traylor family
- Chesterfield County (Va.) -- History -- 18th century
- Personal papers
- Deeds -- Virginia | Chesterfield County
- Traylor, Archer, Sr, 1729-1803
- Traylor, George Archer, c. 1782-1847
- Traylor, John H, b. 1778
- Traylor, William, 1759-1812
- Traylor, Sally Hancock, c. 1767-1816
- Adam family
- Military records
- Letters (correspondence)
- Slaves -- Virginia | Chesterfield County
- Traylor, William Archer, b. 1820
- Traylor, Jane Page Adams, b. 1825
- Richmond (Va.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- Virginia -- History -- 18th Century
- Traylor, Nancy Breeding Gates, c. 1780-1872
- Virginia -- History -- 19th century
- Papers, 1770-1897, of the Traylor family of Chesterfield County, Virginia. Mostly consists of the papers of William Traylor (1759-1812), his son John H. Traylor (b. 1778), and William A. Traylor (b. 1835). Includes deeds for land in Chesterfield County; receipts; partial will of William Traylor; estate accounts, including information on the division of William Traylor's slaves, 1816; promissory notes; correspondence; and military records. Topics of the correspondence include family, health, crops, and the hiring of servants. Of note are the military papers of William A. Taylor, including letters to his wife regarding guarding prisoners in Richmond, 1862. Also included is a requisition for forage, a circular noting the daily ration of food for troops, parole, oath, and amnesty proclamation. Included is a list of slaves of Ann Adams. Also included are photographs of Confederate sculptures, medal of the Lee Monument unveiling, 1890, and some Confederate war songs compiled by F.C. Vaden
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- William Traylor (1759-1812) was the son of Archer Traylor Sr. (1729-1803) and Ann Traylor (1730-1812) of Chesterfield County, Virginia. He married Sally Hancock (c. 1767-1816), daughter of George Hancock (d. 1797).
- George Archer Traylor (c. 1782-1847) was the son of William and Sally Traylor. George married Nancy Breeding Gates (c. 1780-1872) on 20 February 1806 in Chesterfield County, Virginia. They later moved to Kentucky.
- John H. Traylor (b. 1778) was the son of William and Sally Traylor. He married Martha Traylor (b. ca. 1785) on 8 December 1818 in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Martha Traylor was the daughter of Mial Traylor (c. 1757-1823) and Phebe Fowler (c. 1780-1868).
- William Archer Traylor (b. 1820) married Jane Page Adams (b. 1825) of Halifax County, Virginia, on 17 November 1846. William served with Company G, Virginia Local Guard, during the Civil War. He later served on the committee to erect the Robert E. Lee monument in 1890.
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