Jennett White was born in Ireland around 1730. She may have been a daughter of John White (b. 1710) and his wife Margaret.
On 25 Apr 1744, she married William James Taylor, Sr. at Saint Stephen and Saint Benet, Sherehog, London, London, England. In 1767, they boarded the ship Earl of Donegal and sailed from Belfast to Charleston, South Carolina. From there, they made their way to Laurens County, where a land grant awaited them.
The following is a list (unverified) of the children of William and Jennett White:
The Taylors are listed in the 1790 U.S. Federal Census for Laurens County, South Carolina, and also in the 1800 census.
Jennett passed away in 1804 in Laurens County, South Carolina. She lies buried in Rocky Springs Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Laurens, Laurens County, South Carolina.
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s, Name: Jannet Taylor, Age: 37, Birth Year: 1730, Arrival Year: 1767, Arrival Place: Charles Town, South Carolina, Primary Immigrant: Taylor, Jannet.
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