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1837 Born in Camberwell, son of [[Joseph Tylor]], brass founder, and his wife Harriett
 
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1881 Louis Taylor 44, colliery proprietor, lived in Cardiff with Fanny E. Taylor 44, Dorathy Taylor 21, Louis E. Taylor 19, Max F. Taylor 6, Walter P. Taylor 4, Gertrude S. Taylor 2<ref>1881 census</ref>
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1905 Died in Redhill<ref>National probate calendar</ref>
  
 
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1837 Born in Camberwell, son of Joseph Tylor, brass founder, and his wife Harriett

1881 Louis Taylor 44, colliery proprietor, lived in Cardiff with Fanny E. Taylor 44, Dorathy Taylor 21, Louis E. Taylor 19, Max F. Taylor 6, Walter P. Taylor 4, Gertrude S. Taylor 2[1]

1905 Died in Redhill[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. National probate calendar