Taylor, Margaret

Taylor, Margaret (Mackall b. Smith)

(1788–1852) First Lady; born in Calvert County, Md. She married Zachary Taylor in 1810. She went to Washington reluctantly and was little-known as first lady. Following Taylor's death in office she lived with her son in Mississippi.
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The Bettws estate in Newport and residents, below from left, David Taylor, Margaret and Ken Hendy, Ray and Kate Moyse, and Betty Pritchard PICTURES: JONATHAN MYERS
Pictured left to right: Norma Fears, Alyane Smith, James Taylor, Margaret Taylor and John Purdie.
We celebrated a whopping 13 birthdays and congratulations went to: Margaret Haigh, Janet Craven, Gerald Edinburgh, Keith Hartley, Margaret Taylor, Margaret Rutter, Pat Collins, Beryl Lockwood, Harold Wilden, June Killeen, Carol Robertshaw, Roger Beaumont (70), and James Anderson.
Tony Lunt, director of the Foundation Trust Application with (from left) Sandy Taylor, Margaret Pratt and Karamjit Singh of CWP NHS Trust.
Marisa Taylor, Margaret Talev, and Greg Gordon, reporters for McClatchy's Washington Bureau, received the Raymond Clapper award for their coverage of the firing of U.S.
Honorary bridesmaids were Anna Mooney, sister-in-law of the bride; Tullia Taylor, Margaret Taylor, and Kellie Brady, cousins of the bride; Lydia Fontenot, Ciel Fontenot, and Giselle Fontenot, sisters of the groom; Mary Claire Mills; Jill Mixon; Jillian Donahue; Claire Smith; and Elizabeth Burgess.
Joan and Johnny Swords, Leslie Thomas Travis, Albie Robinson, Geraldine Robinson, Leigh Paul Robinson, David Thomas Rudd, Fred Ryan, Margaret Eileen Scott, Kevin Scully, Maureen Sefton, Bill Seagrave, Maureen Sefton, James Smith, William Arthur Steele, Kenneth Steen, Maureen Sefton, Vincent Smith, Jack Stone, John Wayne Stone, Terence Stringfellow, Lewis Talbot, Lynette Taylor, Ron Taylor, Margaret Taylor, Agnes Wall.
Those profiled include: Marion Barclay, Pauline Brown, Stevie Cameron, Tamiko Corbett, Elizabeth Hawkins, Clara Henderson, Heather Johnston, Giolla Kelly, Frieda Matthews, Mabel McCutcheon, Hilda Nearby, Marion Powell, Beatrice Scott, Margaret Taylor, Margaret Webster and Mary Whale.
Birthday greetings were sent to Margaret Haigh (90), John Cook, Janet Craven, Gerald Edinburgh, Keith Hartley, Margaret Taylor, Margaret Rutter, Patricia Miles and Pat Collins.
Khleel Akhtar, Patricia Bloom*, Joanne Marie Brundall, Lesley Gay Bryson, Ian Thomas Caldwell, Charlotte Cashmore, Nigel Paul Clynick*, Amy Elizabeth Davies, Jonathan Blake Edwards, Christopher Arron James, Robert David Laws, Julie Ogden, Natalie Palfrey, Nikki Shutt, Kelly Marie Stainthorpe, Robert Frederick Taylor, Samantha Taylor, Margaret Whitehead, Lisa Jayne Wilkinson*, *First Class Honours
Raffle prizes were won by Lilian Armitage, Sheila Taylor, Margaret Haigh, Jean Jessop, Joyce Booth and Lewis Bower.