Isaac Taylor

Standard Name: Taylor, Isaac,, the elder

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Family and Intimate relationships Ann Martin Taylor
Ann Martin married Isaac Taylor , an engraver by trade, who later became a dissenting minister.
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Ann Taylor Gilbert’s Album. Stewart, Christina DuffEditor , Garland, 1978.
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Family and Intimate relationships Jane Taylor
JT 's father, Isaac Taylor the elder , was well known as an engraver. When the family moved to Colchester he became a Dissenting minister, and he spent an hour in prayer every morning.
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons, 1939.
34, 4
Family and Intimate relationships Ann Taylor Gilbert
The young Ann and Jane Taylor had a bad few months: their father was desperately ill with rheumatic fever, and at the height of his illness their mother suffered a nervous collapse.
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert. Gilbert, JosiahEditor , H. S. King, 1874.
1: 65, 67
Family and Intimate relationships Ann Taylor Gilbert
ATG 's father, Isaac Taylor the elder , is well known in the history of printing as an engraver. He was also a dissenting minister from his ordination on 21 April 1796 (and before that...
Material Conditions of Writing Ann Taylor Gilbert
All these books were written under the disadvantage of parental disapproval, or at least anxiety. Isaac Taylor the elder did not want his children to become authors.
Occupation Ann Taylor Gilbert
In July 1797 Isaac Taylor the elder responded to the harsh economic climate (caused in turn by the war with France) by beginning to employ his children in his engraving business instead of apprentices.
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons, 1939.
39
Occupation Jane Taylor
The Taylor family took the formal decision that Ann and Jane should enter their father 's profession, and be trained as engravers.
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons, 1939.
39
Residence Ann Taylor Gilbert
Ann and Jane Taylor left their childhood home at Lavenham in Suffolk, to move with their family to Colchester in Essex, where their father became a dissenting minister.
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert. Gilbert, JosiahEditor , H. S. King, 1874.
1: 86
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons, 1939.
34
Textual Production Ann Taylor Gilbert
ATG , her sister Jane , and perhaps their brother Isaac , anonymously provided the twelve poems making up a children's book called The Linnet's Life, illustrated by their father .
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