William W. Taylor

William W. Taylor

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William Whitaker TaylorTaylor's middle name is sometimes reported as Whittaker. (September 11, 1853 – August 1, 1884) was a member of the Utah Territorial Legislature, member of the Presidency of the Seventy in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), and a son of LDS Church president John Taylor. He was a half brother to John W. Taylor, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles who was dropped from the body and excommunicated for refusing to give up plural marriage, and a brother-in-law to George Q. Cannon.

William served a mission in England with his half brother John, but before leaving married the youngest daughter of Abraham Hoagland and Agnes Taylor, 20-year-old Sarah Taylor Hoagland,Davis, Kent. Abstracts of Deaths and Marriages Notices in the Deseret News Weekly of Salt Lake City, Utah (1852-1888). See Married April 5, 1875. with whom he eventually had six children.

William reported that while crossing the ocean with John on the Steamship DakotaLewis, William O. III. "William W. Taylor, General Authority." GA Pages. Accessed 25...
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