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Catherine Elizabeth TAFT was born on 27 FEB 1910 in Burr, Otoe County, Nebraska. She died on 20 NOV 1990 at Ottawa, LaSalle County, Illinois. Parents: Arthur Edward TAFT and Elizabeth A. RIORDAN.

Spouse: Reinhold WINK. Reinhold WINK and Catherine Elizabeth TAFT were married on 30 MAY 1937 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. Children were: Charles Ronald WINK, Marlene WINK.


Doris Darlene TAFT was born about 1928 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. Parents: Kenton Edward TAFT and Fern WHITE.

Spouse: George MARTIN. George MARTIN and Doris Darlene TAFT were married about 1948.


Eugene Arthur TAFT was born on 1 NOV 1917 in Omaha, Pottawattamie County, Nebraska. He died on 29 JAN 1996 at Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. He had Social Security Number 022-28-2774 . Parents: Arthur Edward TAFT and Elizabeth A. RIORDAN.

Spouse: Bertha Mae STARLING. Eugene Arthur TAFT and Bertha Mae STARLING were married on 7 OCT 1954 in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Children were: Michael Edward TAFT, Linda Sue TAFT.

Spouse: Janet Lee (Brumm) ZODY. Eugene Arthur TAFT and Janet Lee (Brumm) ZODY were married on 28 AUG 1987 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida.


George Franklin TAFT was born on 19 NOV 1900 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Harvey Otis TAFT was born on 4 FEB 1897 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Henrietta TAFT was born on 1 DEC 1877 in Brocton, Chautauqua County, New York. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Alexander, Genesee County, New York. (living at home with father and mother) She married Llewelyn ___?___. Parents: John TAFT and Henriette COLBY (twin).


Howard TAFT was born on 28 JAN 1914 in Dawson, Richardson County, Nebraska. He died at Sacramento, Sacramento County, California. Parents: Arthur Edward TAFT and Elizabeth A. RIORDAN.


John TAFT was born on 13 AUG 1840 in Middletown, Rutland County, Vermont. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Alexander, Genesee County, New York.
Census Place: Alexander, Genesee, New York
Source: FHL Film 1254835 National Archives Film T9-0835 Page 357D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
John TAFT Self M M W 42 VT
Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: VT Mo: VT
Henrietta TAFT Wife F M W 34 NY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NY Mo: NY
William TAFT Son M S W 15 NY
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
Belle TAFT Dau F S W 13 NY
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
Carrie TAFT Dau F S W 11 NY
Occ: At Home Fa: NY Mo: NY
Johnie TAFT Son M S W 5 NY
Fa: NY Mo: NY
Henrietta TAFT Dau F S W 2 NY
Fa: NY Mo: NY
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He died on 29 MAR 1926 at Milford, Seward County, Nebraska. He was buried in the Blue Mound Cemetery at Milford, Seward County, Nebraska

Spouse: Henriette COLBY (twin). John TAFT and Henriette COLBY (twin) were married on 12 APR 1864 in Corfu, Genesee County, New York. Children were: William H. TAFT, Lizzie Bell TAFT, Caroline (Carrie) S. TAFT, John Otis TAFT, Henrietta TAFT, Sarah (Sadie) M. TAFT, Arthur Edward TAFT.


John TAFT was born on 28 DEC 1913 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


John Otis TAFT was born on 12 NOV 1874 in Brocton, Chautauqua County, New York. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Alexander, Genesee County, New York. (living at home with father and mother) He died on 18 JUL 1951 at Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. He was buried in the Sheridan Cemetery at Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska Parents: John TAFT and Henriette COLBY (twin).

Spouse: Abigail Elenor SHADLEY. John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY were married on 3 MAR 1896 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Children were: Harvey Otis TAFT, Millie Victoria TAFT, George Franklin TAFT, Roy Marvin TAFT, Mary Maude TAFT, Joseph Leonard TAFT, Ruth Irene TAFT, John TAFT, Ralph Marvin TAFT.


Joseph Leonard TAFT was born on 16 JUN 1908 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Kenton Edward TAFT was born on 16 JAN 1909 in Dawson, Richardson County, Nebraska. He died on 20 JAN 1972 at Michigan. Parents: Arthur Edward TAFT and Elizabeth A. RIORDAN.

Spouse: Fern WHITE. Kenton Edward TAFT and Fern WHITE were married about 1927. Children were: Carol TAFT, Doris Darlene TAFT, Richard Kenton TAFT.


Laveta Belle TAFT was born on 17 SEP 1916 in Burr, Otoe County, Nebraska. She died on 19 NOV 1990. She had Social Security Number 508-36-2036.
Social Security Death Index Record
Name:
Laveta B. Smith
SSN: 508-36-2036
Born: 17 Sep 1916
Died: Nov 1990
State (Year) SSN issued: Nebraska (Before 1951 )

Parents: Arthur Edward TAFT and Elizabeth A. RIORDAN.

Spouse: Glen DWYER. Glen DWYER and Laveta Belle TAFT were married about 1936. Children were: Judy DWYER, James Lee DWYER, Glenda DWYER.


Linda Sue TAFT was born on 1 SEP 1946 in Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma. Parents: Eugene Arthur TAFT and Bertha Mae STARLING.

Spouse: Chris Fletcher NETTLES. Chris Fletcher NETTLES and Linda Sue TAFT were married on 3 SEP 1965 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Children were: Christine Y. NETTLES, Michael James NETTLES, Jeffery Scott NETTLES, Timothy Matthew NETTLES.


Lizzie Bell TAFT was born on 22 JUL 1867 in Corfu, Genesee County, New York. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Alexander, Genesee County, New York. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: John TAFT and Henriette COLBY (twin).

Spouse: Cyrus J. SHIRLEY. Cyrus J. SHIRLEY and Lizzie Bell TAFT were married on 25 FEB 1890 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska.


Mark Ethan TAFT was born on 16 OCT 1976 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Parents: Michael Edward TAFT and Janet Louise FOSTER-CROSBY.


Mary Ida TAFT was born on 3 OCT 1850 in Lincoln, Grafton County, New Hampshire. She died on 19 APR 1887 at Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Charles Franklin EASTMAN. Charles Franklin EASTMAN and Mary Ida TAFT were married on 15 SEP 1875 in New Hampshire.


Mary Maude TAFT was born on 6 APR 1905 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Mathew Eric TAFT was born on 2 OCT 1982 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Parents: Michael Edward TAFT and Janet Louise FOSTER-CROSBY.


Michael Edward TAFT was born on 3 MAR 1943 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Parents: Eugene Arthur TAFT and Bertha Mae STARLING.

Spouse: Janet Louise FOSTER-CROSBY. Michael Edward TAFT and Janet Louise FOSTER-CROSBY were married on 13 AUG 1971 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Children were: Michael Edward TAFT, Mark Ethan TAFT, Mathew Eric TAFT.

Spouse: Barbara Lougene BLANTON. Michael Edward TAFT and Barbara Lougene BLANTON were married on 5 NOV 1965 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Children were: Beverly Denise TAFT.


Michael Edward TAFT was born on 26 NOV 1973 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. Parents: Michael Edward TAFT and Janet Louise FOSTER-CROSBY.


Millie Victoria TAFT was born on 3 OCT 1898 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Moulton A. TAFT was born on 16 FEB 1834 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Andrew P. TAFT and Sarah EASTMAN.

Spouse: Lydia C. PUTNAM. Moulton A. TAFT and Lydia C. PUTNAM were married on 24 APR 1853.


Mrs. Amy TAFT was born about 1914.

Spouse: Raymond TAFT. Raymond TAFT and Mrs. Amy TAFT were married about 1934.


Ralph Marvin TAFT was born on 30 AUG 1921 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Raymond TAFT was born in 1912 in Dawson, Richardson County, Nebraska. He died about 1965 at Denver, Denver County, Colorado. Parents: Arthur Edward TAFT and Elizabeth A. RIORDAN.

Spouse: Mrs. Amy TAFT. Raymond TAFT and Mrs. Amy TAFT were married about 1934.


Richard Kenton TAFT was born on 16 JAN 1935 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska. He died in 1984 at Creston, Lake County, Indiana. Parents: Kenton Edward TAFT and Fern WHITE.

Spouse: Unknown Female (TAFT). Richard Kenton TAFT and Unknown Female (TAFT) were married about 1959 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.


Roy Marvin TAFT was born on 29 JAN 1903 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. He died about 1918 at Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Ruth Irene TAFT was born on 19 DEC 1910 in Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska. Parents: John Otis TAFT and Abigail Elenor SHADLEY.


Sarah (Sadie) M. TAFT was born on 1 MAY 1880 in Brocton, Chautauqua County, New York. Parents: John TAFT and Henriette COLBY (twin).


Stephen E. TAFT was born on 25 AUG 1832 in Sutton, Caledonia County, Vermont. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Andrew P. TAFT and Sarah EASTMAN.


William H. TAFT was born on 30 APR 1865 in New York. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Alexander, Genesee County, New York. (living at home with father and mother) Parents: John TAFT and Henriette COLBY (twin).


Photo Eliza TAGGART was born on 8 MAR 1807 in Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Daughter of William Taggart of Goffstown. She appeared in the census in 1860 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. She died on 13 APR 1862 at Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: James COLBY. James COLBY and Eliza TAGGART were married about 1835 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Julia Ann COLBY, Aaron COLBY, Jane COLBY, Mary B. COLBY.


Elizabeth TAGGART was born in 1830 in Hooksett, Merrimack County, New Hampshire.

Spouse: Henry B. COLBY. Henry B. COLBY and Elizabeth TAGGART were married in 1850 in Hooksett, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Frank H. COLBY.


Jane TAGGART was born date unknown.

Spouse: Samuel Rogers GREEN. Samuel Rogers GREEN and Jane TAGGART were married in 1834. Children were: John B. GREEN, Benjamin T. GREEN, Charles S. GREEN, Henry GREEN.


Leonard Phillip TAGGART was born on 26 OCT 1816 in Hooksett, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He died on 4 AUG 1901.

Spouse: Nancy J. GREEN. Leonard Phillip TAGGART and Nancy J. GREEN were married about 1840.


Martha Upton TAGGART was born on 11 MAY 1845. Daughter of PHINEAS B. TAGGART & ELIZABETH H. PETTIS She died on 3 JAN 1912. Of Sharon, NH.

Spouse: James GREEN. James GREEN and Martha Upton TAGGART were married on 26 NOV 1868 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Albert C. GREEN, Gracie May GREEN, John Harry GREEN, John Sydney GREEN.


Fred A. TAGGERT was born about 1844. He died on 16 FEB 1887. Of Sharon, NH.

Spouse: Clarinda J. C. GREEN. Fred A. TAGGERT and Clarinda J. C. GREEN were married in 1866. Children were: Myra E. TAGGERT.


Myra E. TAGGERT was born on 18 NOV 1866 in Sharon, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: Fred A. TAGGERT and Clarinda J. C. GREEN.


A. Washington TAINTOR was born about 1828.

Spouse: Lavinia C. BENSON. A. Washington TAINTOR and Lavinia C. BENSON were married about 1854. Children were: James A. TAINTOR, Edward TAINTOR, Albert L. TAINTOR.


Albert L. TAINTOR was born on 25 FEB 1866. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: A. Washington TAINTOR and Lavinia C. BENSON.


Edward TAINTOR was born in SEP 1859. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: A. Washington TAINTOR and Lavinia C. BENSON.


James A. TAINTOR was born in APR 1857. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: A. Washington TAINTOR and Lavinia C. BENSON.


Esther Julia TAIT was born about 1905. She appeared in the census on 12 APR 1930 in Winthrop, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Wilbur Otis COLBY. Wilbur Otis COLBY and Esther Julia TAIT were married in 1929 in Massachusetts.


Jennie L. TAIT was born about 1917. She was also known as Jennie L. Spencer.

Spouse: Leo Hyrum GAGON. Leo Hyrum GAGON and Jennie L. TAIT were married on 24 SEP 1977 in Alameda County, California.


Alice TALBOT was born on 2 APR 1901 in Sekiu, Clallam County, Washington. She has Ancestral File Number 9WVV-VW. Parents: George TALBOT and Alice COLBY.


Arminda Francis TALBOT was born in FEB 1846 in Illinois. She appeared in the census in 1880 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. (see husband) She appeared in the census on 11 JUN 1900 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. She died in 1928 at Illinois.

Spouse: Charles Cornelius COLBY. Charles Cornelius COLBY and Arminda Francis TALBOT were married on 25 DEC 1864 in McHenry, McHenry County, Illinois. (SOURCE: Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763 - 1900.) Children were: Fred Talbot COLBY, Caroline M. COLBY.


Aurelius TALBOT was born on 22 AUG 1892 in Sekiu, Clallam County, Washington. He died on 25 JAN 1949 at Fort Lewis, Pierce County, Washington. He has Ancestral File Number 1PB1-81. Parents: George TALBOT and Alice COLBY.


Charles Johnson TALBOT was born on 18 SEP 1820 in Avon, Franklin County, Maine. He died on 10 MAR 1884 at East Wilton, Franklin County, Maine. He was buried in the Riverside Cemetery at Farmington, Franklin County, Maine Charles Talbot was a United States Senator & Maine State Railroad Commissioner..

MR. TALBOT was of English ancestry. His great-grandfather, Dea. Ambrose Talbot, came to Dorchester. Mass., with his parents. On becoming of age he purchased a large tract of land at Strout’s Point, in the old town of North Yarmouth, married Miss Mary Bailey, had six sons (the two older were soldiers of the Revolution) and five daughters, and was the first Deacon of the First Congregational Church in Freeport, Me. His grandfather, Asa Talbot, Esq., was one of the early settlers in Avon and built the first frame house on the “Mile Square". “ Through the preaching of Rev. Jesse Lee he became a Methodist, and his house was for many years the place of public worship. His grandmother, Abigail Johnson Talbot, was the daughter of Jacob Johnson, of Harpswell, who was in the United States privateer service in the War of the Revolution. His father, Rev. Archibald Talbot, was a farmer, Methodist class-leader and local preacher, for many years chaplain of Maine Lodge of Masons. He held many positions of honor and trust, being several years County Commissioner, also a Trustee of the State Insane Asylum at Augusta. His mother, Sophia Smith Ta]bot, was an estimable Christian woman of culture, the daughter of Capt. Samuel Smith, commander of a company in the War of 1812, a cousin to the late Chief Justice Whitman of Maine.

Charles Johnson Talbot was born in Avon, Me., September 18, 1820. He was an only son, having and applying the educational advantages of the common school, high school, and the Academy at Farmington, then a college fitting school. He taught several terms of school, and at the age of twenty-one was elected Superintending School Committee of Phillips. He read law in the office of Hon. Moses Sherburne (afterwards Judge of the United States Court of Minnesota Territory), and was admitted to the Bar in Franklin County. In 1847 he was elected Register of I)eeds for that county, and resided in Farmington until 1857, when be removed to Wilton. Prior to 1854 he was a Democrat, strongly opposed to the extension of slavery.

Mr. Talbot was President of the Anti-Slavery and Temperance State Convention, held in Portland, June 7, 1854, that nominated Hon. Anson P. Morrill for Governor, the first Republican Governor of Maine. The Portland Advertiser of that date states that Mr. Talbot, in taking the chair, eloquently denounced the supporters of the Kansas-Nebraska Bill in Congress nullifying the “Missouri Compromise,” and earnestly appealed to the friends of freedom and temperance, of every party, to act together in solid column in support of these vital issues.

He was the leader and organizer of the movement to unite the Whigs, Free Soilers, and Anti-Slavery Democrats in Franklin County, and a leading member (joint Committee on Resolutions) of the famous Convention held at Strong, Me., August 7, 1854, when those three organized political parties met in three separate delegate Conventions, and then assembled in one convention, dropped their former names, and all united in adopting the name, “Republican party.” This was the birth of the Republican party and the first delegate nominating Convention in the United States to adopt that name. The bold and stirring resolutions adopted by this first Republican Convention were drafted by him and adopted as they came from his pen. The thirtieth anniversary of the first naming of the Republican party was celebrated at Strong, in 1884, during the presidential candidacy of Hon. James G. Blaine. Mr. Talbot was chairman of the Committee on Resolutions in the Republican State Convention, held at Portland in 1856, that nominated Hon. Hannibal Hamlin for Governor, the first Republican Governor of Maine elected by the people. At this Convention be was elected a member of the State Committee, and held that position later for several years. He attended the National Conventions and made the personal acquaintance of many prominent Anti-Slavery leaders.

In 1861 he was commissioned, by President Lincoln, United States Surveyor of Customs for the Port of Portland, holding that office during President Lincoln’s administrations, and was re-commissioned in 1866 by President Johnson, but removed as soon as the President commenced “Swinging round the circle.” In 1869 he was, by President Grant, commissioned United States Collector of Internal Revenue for the Second District of Maine, and in January, 1876, commissioned Collector for the consolidated Second and Third Districts, holding this United States Collectorship eight years. In 1877 he was appointed State Railroad Commissioner by Governor Connor, and in 1880 re-appointed by Governor Davis, holding the office six years.

Mr. Talbot was, for a long period, prominently mentioned and, at one time, strongly supported as a candidate for Representative to Congress. He was a pioneer in the organization, and, for more than a quarter of a century, a conspicuous leader of the Republican party in Maine. He was a good public speaker, quite prominent as such in the early campaigns, and a constant reader, with a taste for legal studies, having a clear, lucid mind and retentive memory.

While he was a lawyer he was also a farmer, owning a large, well-cultivated and productive farm in East Wilton, on which he erected a fine set of buildings, and expended a large sum of money irrigating, fertilizing and perfecting, giving employment to many. He was one of the corporators and founders of the Franklin County Savings Bank, Farmington, in 1868, and, for several years, a member of its Board of Trustees. He did a large Probate business, settling many estates as Executor and Administrator, often holding trust funds as Guardian. In every position of trust, both public and private, he discharged the duties with ability and strict fidelity. He was very careful in drafting legal instruments of all kinds, and a prudent counselor, always keeping in mind the interest of those who sought his advice.

Although deprived of robust health he had an energetic nature, and was first and foremost in all enterprises that aided in promoting the welfare of mankind. He enjoyed the prosperity of his friends and neighbors, was always courteous and kind, and ever ready to contribute to the wants of others.

Mr. Talbot, in 1843, married Miss Delphinia S. Robbins, daughter of Asa Robbins, Jr., Esq., of Phillips. She died in 1859. By this marriage he had two sons. Archie Lee Talbot, of Lewiston, general agent for Maine for the Provident Life and Trust Company, of Philadelphia, and Asa Charles Talbot, of East Wilton, a successful farmer. In 1861 he married Mrs. Myra A. Smith, sister of the late Ambrose Colby, of Portland, who survives him. By this marriage he had one daughter (Lura), Mrs. Edwin S. Farnum, of East Wilton, and one son, Erlon Colby Talbot, deceased.

Mr. Talbot united with the Methodist Episcopal Church at the age of nineteen, and continued an influential and highly esteemed member in that church until his death. He died at his home in East Wilton, March 10, 1884, and his remains were interred in his family lot in Riverside Cemetery, Farmington, with Masonic honors.
Source: REPRESENTATIVE MEN OF MAINE


Spouse: Almira Ann "Myra" COLBY. Charles Johnson TALBOT and Almira Ann "Myra" COLBY were married on 16 DEC 1861 in Maine. Children were: Laura Linn TALBOT, Erlon Colby TALBOT.


Dorthey TALBOT was born on 8 FEB 1897 in Sekiu, Clallam County, Washington. She has Ancestral File Number 9WVV-SK. Parents: George TALBOT and Alice COLBY.

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