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We now have the ancestral lines of Elizabeth Spencer, the wife of William Hancock, as far back as AD 850. Theses are the ancestors of the Taylor's of South Georgia. The lines run through Helloe, Countess Of Beulac, Rollo Thurstan Brico or Bigod, and others. Check out this new free resource!

We now have bios of Jacob Thomas Taylor and Jared D. Taylor . Also, we have a newly indexed pedigree with over 55,000 names. A number of these lines go back to before 900 AD.

What we have:

All our genealogical data we freely share at no cost to the user. Our site does link to commercial sites such as Ancestry.com, Genealogy.com , and others that do charge for their products. Nevertheless, all our genealogy resources are free. You can find names by searching all our databases at the Genealogy Search Site; however, if you don't find the name you are search for, we may still have data on that name. We are working on a bug, that causes our search engine to miss names which have been recently added or edited. If our search engine doesn't return the name you are looking for, try browsing our surname listings

At this site we have genealogy (family history) for Hancock or Hancocke family from 1525. This Hancock family descended from Thomas Hancock(e) who was born about 1525 in St. Mary Woolnot, London, London, England. One of his descendants, a William Hancock came to America in 1619. He was a member of The Virginia Company Of London which was created by King James I for the purpose of colonizing in America. The first settlement was established at Jamestown in 1607. As an investor in the Virginia Company, William traveled to Jamestown in 1619. He was a member of a group that founded Berkeley Hundred. On 22 March 1622 the settlement was attacked by Indians and William, along with many others, was massacred. Shortly after 1630, three of William's sons came to America. Augustine, Simon and William became prominent planters in Virginia and established a family line that today includes many thousands of their descendants. From Virginia, their descendants migrated throughout the southeastern and midwestern states and today are living in all parts of the country. Simon Hancock had a son named William, (this line had many Williams and Simons) One of this William Hancock lines moved to Craven Co. North Carolina and then on to Lowndes, Berrian, Colquit and Cook counties of Georgia. Mary Jane Hancock the daughter of Elder Littleton Albritton Hancock married Dempsey Day Taylor. These Hancock's also married into the Joiner, Ivey, Hall, Jones, Dearham, Spencer families to name a few. In This line there is also a Hector Hancock who had a great granddaughter named Elizabeth Hancock who married John Hardison Redd in North Carolina. John Hardison Redd, North Carolina born, moved his family to Tennessee and settled. Missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints found him there and baptized him and his family in 1843. In 1844 he journeyed to Nauvoo, met the Prophet Joseph Smith, and was given a blessing by Hyrum Smith two months before the martyrdom. Moving west with the Saints, John Hardison Redd settled in Spanish Fork. His son Lemuel Hardison Redd was four years of age when they crossed the plains. After the death of his father, Lemuel and his family settled in New Harmony, between Cedar City and St. George, Utah. There he was called to pull up his roots and settle in the San Juan country, and so in the spring of 1869 he and his family journeyed with a number of other families in the venture. Elizabeth Hancock died 28 Nov 1853 in Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah and was buried 1853 in Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah.

We would like any information on the Thomas Hancocke of St. Mary Woolnot, London, England.

We two major Taylor lines both ending with a Robert Taylor. These are different Robert Taylors. One married Lucinda Sapp (daughter of RV Levi Sapp) on 6 Jan 1843 in what is today Cook county Georgia. This Robert Taylor is believed to have come from Dodge county Georgia. The other Robert Taylor was from Marion SC and may have been born sometime around 1780 (he had a son born on 14 Jan 1881). He was married to Mary (Taylor). They had at least one known child, a son named William Jackson Taylor Sr. William married Samantha Jane Rogers and they had seven known children. William Jackson Taylor also married Mary Ford on 30 Nov 1865. They had three known children. Please email us with additional information you have ether of these Robert Taylors or Levi Sapp. We also have a Robert Newsom Taylor, M.D. from Pulaski County, Georgia.

We also have genealogy (family history) for the Peacock family. William Peacock of Virginia is the progenitor of this family. Some of the descendants moved to North Carolina and then on to Georgia. First Washington county then Wilkerson and Dodge.
 

There are links to the Descendants of Adam Wagnon, Descendants of Reuben Lindsey, Ancestors of the John Taylor family, Descendants of Adelicia Princess of BRABANT, Morrell Ancestral Records, Descendants of Isabel (Elizabeth) De BEAUMONT, Descendants of John Mainwaring (Sapp family). These families are all related to the Taylor family through ether the , Hancock, Peacock, Lindsey or Holloway families.


Parts of this web site produced 17 Oct 1999 by
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
updated Aug 16, 2006

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