I am interested in communicating with
cousins and anyone else with an interest in genealogy.
Here is my family tree.Ancestors
I'm pretty much an open book.I am active on Wikitree, Ancestry, and FamilySearch. I am also semi-active on FindAGrave.
This family tree represents my biological family tree. My birth certificate lists me as Alicia Dawn Inglett after my adoption, but for the purpose of this tree, I use my birth name, Alicia Bonner. I consider Fred Inglett to my dad and am eternally grateful for his influence in my life. I created this family tree to find out who I was by nature - as I already know the person I have become through his nurture.
I was born in Pensacola, Florida. During my childhood, we moved around quite a bit. In my entire life, I've never lived in the same place for more than 5 years.
I consider my grandmother's 10-acre heavily wooded homestead home. There, I learned to tend chickens, climb trees, and scrape knees. Unfortunately, she recently sold that plot and now, it's an upscale subdivision.
My mother and biological father divorced when I was a baby and he left my life. My mother's second husband, Fred Inglett adopted me when I was I was about 6. I know very little about my biological father's side of the family, as well as my mother's Native American roots. So, for all those people reaching out to me with questions on either side of that fence, I'm very little help. My apologies. I do consider Fred Inglett to be my dad, but started this profile with my pre-adopted birth name looking for lineage on that side of my DNA heritage.
I have one sister, Angela (from my mother and adopted father), and a brother, Sean (by my biological father and step-mother). I am very close with my sister but haven't had contact with Sean (or anyone on my father's side of the family) in many years.
I have 2 grown sons Josh and Daniel and currently reside outside of Pensacola on a wooded lot similar to my grandmother's. I hope to one day be able to say I've lived here for more than five years. Their biological father is John Michael "Mike" Tilley.
We never found stability and moved around all over Pensacola. 
Sadly Mike passed away in 2017 from cancer.
Marriage to John Boswell
After my divorce from Mike, I married John Boswell, Jr. We lived in Gulf Breeze, Florida right outside of Pensacola. Subsequently, we moved to Davenport, Florida right outside of Disney World.
Regrettably, that marriage also ended in divorce. While living in Orlando, I worked as a web designer and was an e-Bay Top Seller selling Disney merchandise.
I left Florida and moved to Minnesota. I had two troubled teenage sons and the schools in Minnesota were much better than the gang-ridden schools my sons attended near Orlando.
Marriage to David
David and Alicia
I reconnected with my high school sweetheart and friend of almost 30 years, David Taylor. He was also divorced and had two small children. We happily married and combined our families. He later legally adopted both of my sons at their request.
On July 8, 2008, David and I married, joined in union in his parent's beautiful wooded yard, surrounded by our closest friends and family. We released butterflies to signify a renewal for each of us and wrote our own vows.
I will not betray you, control you, threaten you, nor invade your privacy. Nor will I laugh at your pain or troubles. Instead, I choose to listen without judging or rejecting you.
You are an intelligent woman whose opinions, dreams, ideas, preferences, ways of doing things, and feelings should never be underestimated or mocked. I will show you how much I care by considering your needs and asking how you feel.
When you ask me questions I will try to give you reasonable answers without evading but with honesty and integrity knowing full well that you are capable of comprehension, understanding, and great compassion.
David, I love and admire you. You are my best friend. You were my first love and you will forever be my one true love. You are an individual and deserve your individuality to be cherished and respected.
Today, I give to you my oath of eternal, unconditional love. I will stand by you in the times that we laugh and the times that we cry. I will care for you in times of illness and will not abandon you in the face of hardships.
I promise to be a committed, faithful wife, a trusted friend and loyal companion.
These promises I give to you today and all the rest of the days of our lives
98 in College Prep Program
I started out my high school career at Pensacola High School. I was one of the first students to attend the International Baccalaureate college prep program there. However, at the end of my 9th grade year, I transferred to Pine Forest High School, where I met the love of my life, David Taylor.
After graduating from there, I attended the University of West Florida and majored in both Psychology and Computer Information Systems (with an emphasis on web design, development, and e-commerce marketing). I also took some classes at Pensacola Junior College.
I enjoy amateur photography and gaming with my husband. I am also a serious animal lover and have five cats. I am an occasional blogger on TaylorLife where I talk about our personal lives, share pescatarian recipes, health tips, and talk about our cats.
I have started a Crooke Name Study following the Crooke line from Ireland to the Southeast United States.
I have also started the Armstrong Name Study with a particular interest in the Armstrongs that settled in Alabama circa 1812.
↑Ancestry Record 8784 #9891380 Name: Alicia Dawn Inglett
Spouse: John Michael Tilley
County of Marriage: Escambia
Marriage Date: 5 Jun 1990
Source: Florida Department of Health
↑ Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VJ8M-KY9 : 28 November 2014), MM9.1.1/VJ8M-KYS: and Alicia Dawn Inglett, 05 Jun 1990; from "Florida, Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," database and images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2006); citing Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida; and Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research.
↑Ancestry Record 8837 #1551091 Name: Alicia Tilley
Spouse's name: John Michael Tilley
Divorce Date: 7 Jul 2000
Divorce Place: Santa Rosa, Florida, USA
Certificate Number: 045930.
↑Ancestry Record 7339 #305273345 Name: Alicia Tilley
Residence Years: 1998-1999
Address: 8445 Beulah Rd
Residence Place: Pensacola, Florida, USA
Zip Code: 32526-4224
Phone Number: 850-944-1566
Spouse: Mike Tilley
Maternal relationship is confirmed by an autosomal AncestryDNA test match between Alicia (Bonner) Taylor and Shirley (Clevenger) Lafferty, her 2nd cousin 1x removed. Their most-recent common ancestors are Theodore Robinson and Beatrice Hughes, the great great grandparents of Alicia (Bonner) Taylor and great grandparents of Shirley (Clevenger) Lafferty. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 3rd Cousin, based on sharing 37 cM across 3 segments. Alicia is the daughter of Judith Harding who is the great granddaughter of the common ancestors Theodore Robinson & Beatrice Hughes.
Paternal relationship is confirmed by an autosomal AncestryDNA test match between Alicia (Bonner) Taylor and SBB, her 2nd cousin . Their most-recent common ancestors are John Armstrong and Ida Jeter, the great grandparents of both Alicia (Bonner) Taylor and SBB. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 1st to 2nd Cousin, based on sharing 369 cM across 19 segments. Alicia is the daughter of Michael Bonner who is the grandson of the common ancestors John Armstrong & Ida Jeter.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Alicia or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Alicia: