Taylor Cemetery is located on timberland in rural Hamilton County. Hamilton County Property Appraiser Parcel 2263-000 in Section 23 Twp 1N Range 14E in Hamilton County; owner of record Paul & Cynthia Myddelton.
From I-75 at Jasper, Florida, take Exit 451 onto US 129 North and travel 2.5 miles and turn right onto US 41 South. Travel 1.9 miles and turn right onto CR 137. Travel CR 137 for 1.5 miles the cemetery is on the left side approximately 175 yards in the woods fenced in with chain link fence. Not recommended taking the approach to the cemetery via automobile.
Taylor Cemetery was first surveyed by Winnie Smith Hodges and published in her book Cemeteries of Hamilton County in 1991. The cemetery was re-surveyed and photographed by Lesleigh Laite Butts on October 17, 2006.
|Taylor, E. Lenora||n/a||Sept 6, 1893||w/o C. A. Taylor Aged 19 Y 9 M 30 D|
|Taylor, E. Lenora||n/a||Oct 10, 1893||Inf d/o C.A. & E.L. Taylor Aged 1 m 16 d|
|Taylor Jeramiah B.||March 5, 1829||April 30, 1894||Confederate Soldier CSA|
|Taylor, Joannah||July 22, 1845||Apr 24, 1907|
|Taylor, Joseph A.||May 10, 1876||Mar 17, 1908||Woodman of the World Emblem|
|Taylor, Lewis L.||Oct 13, 1837||May 3, 1897|
|Taylor, Robert B.||1821||1866||Co B 5 Regt Fla Inf CSA|
|Taylor, Sarah Williams||1800||1866||w/o Laban Taylor|
|Unknown, Unknown||n/a||n/a||By Joseph Taylor|
|Additional Comments: E. Lenora Taylor and infant daughter on same obelisk.
Coordinators Note: The transcription indicates the mother died a month prior to the daughter's birth. This leads me to believe the death dates of mother and child have been transposed.