Taylor, Francis

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Francis Taylor of Hull proposed member 15.11.1782 by Jeremiah Batley 2nded John Jebb. Provided constituency info re: Hull, Beverley & haydon, offered to cover Scarborough & Malton as well
Francis Taylor = Bridlington 27.12.1791 Mary Marshall botp by lic wits Eliza Marshall, John Walmsly. Marriage register didn't state if bach or wid but licence said age 21 and upwards, I found no other record of his age. He was perhaps the son of Francis Taylor of Bridlington who married Ann Dalton there 30.4.1760. There was a marriage at Airmyn not far from Hull, Francis Taylor = 7.9.1777 Arabella Godman or Godmond. He was possibly the Francis Taylor cited as defendant along with Earl Fitzwilliam in Chancery suit 1800 plaintiff William Beal (Nat Arch C 13/1/31 not seen). Francis Edward son of Francis Taylor of Hull, Rugby School 1809. East Riding Archives QSF/159/D/3 Ann Taylor widow and Francis Taylor yeoman of Easton par. Bridlington indicted 1747 for keeping a disorderly mastiff dog, DDHU/2/12,14 & 26 Francis Taylor of Easton merchant re: property in North Burton from 1773, DDHU/2/34 will of Francis Taylor of Sculcoates, merchant who died 22.2.1811 mentioned late wife's sister Betty Marshall, trustees Thomas Thompson of Hull, brother in law William Marshall of London gent, & Samuel Martin attorney of Hull, sons Francis, George, William & Alfred, daus Ann, Mary, Jane, property in Dringhoe, Sculcoates, North Burton, DDHU/2/36 has details of children of Francis Taylor & Ann Dalton (not seen).