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he same family as that of the mother of President James Madison, and that of President Zachary Taylor, and a son of Col. Thomas Taylor, a native of Amelia county, Va., who in his youth moved to South Carolina, and later held the rank of colonel in thon of Benjamin F. Taylor, a native of Columbia, a planter and a representative in the legislature, whose father was Col. Thomas Taylor, born in Caroline county, Va., in 1751, who held the rank of colonel in the Continental army, and after the close of the Revolutionary war returned to his residence in Columbia, S. C. Dr. Taylor was graduated at the South Carolina college in 1855, and then entering upon the study of his profession was graduated at the South Carolina medical college in 1858. He pg General Hampton to the Carolinas he was at the battles of Averasboro and Bentonville. Since the close of hostilities Dr. Taylor has continued in the practice of his profession at Columbia. He has been honored by the positions of president of the