|Volume 10, page 319, sitting number 13,646.
This is possibly Charles Tayleur of the 7th Royal Fusiliers, son of Rev. Charles Tayleur, M.A. and nephew of William Tayleur of Buntingsdale Hall in Shropshire. On 2 June 1863 he married at the Cathedral in Gibraltar Miss Lilias Flemyng, youngest daughter of Gordon Willoughby James Gyll of Wraysbury in Buckinghamshire.
Charles Tayleur was born at Market Drayton in Shropshire in or about 1843
He appears on the 1861 census, aged 18, living at The Fields in Market Drayton, the home of his widowed mother, Frances, who described herself as ‘Railway Shareholder.’
By the time of the 1881 census, he was living at Brand Hall at Norton-in-Hales in Shropshire. His wife was away on the night the census was taken, but present in the house were two daughters, Lilias Mary and Evelyn Harriet, and one son, Gordon Brook, aged 4.
Mrs Lilias Flemyng Tayleur died in Marylebone [London] in 1897, at the age of 51. Her husband is probably the Charles Tayleur whose death was registered in the district of Axminster in Devon in the December ¼ of 1903.
price: not for sale
|Back to list...