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John Taylor, Baron Taylor Of Holbeach - Biography
... Taylor is the son of Percy Otto Taylor and Ethel Brocklehurst ... He was created a life peer as Baron Taylor of Holbeach, of South Holland in the County of Lincolnshire, on 31 May 2006 ... Taylor was appointed junior minister at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in September 2011, and moved in September 2012 to a ministerial post at the Home Office as Minister of State for Crime ...
List Of Australian Rules Football Families - T - Taylor (1)
... Don Taylor John Taylor Snr ... John Taylor Jnr ... Laurie Taylor John Taylor Snr ...
Margaret Young Taylor
... Margaret Young Taylor (24 April 1837 – 3 May 1919) was a member of the inaugural general presidency of what is today the Young Women organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS ... She was married to John Taylor, a president of the LDS Church ... She became one of the plural wives of church apostle John Taylor and emigrated to Utah Territory in 1858 ...
L. John Nuttall
... Leonard John Nuttall (July 6, 1834 – February 25, 1905) was a private secretary for John Taylor, and Wilford Woodruff and was a member of the Council of Fifty who kept a detailed journal ... In 1879 Nuttall became a private secretary for John Taylor, replacing George Reynolds, who was serving a prison term for practicing polygamy ... He continued in this position first to John Taylor and then to Wilford Woodruff until 1892 ...
John Taylor (bass Guitarist) - History - 1997-2001: Solo Career
... In 1996, Taylor co-founded the independent record label B5 Records in California with producer Hein Hoven ... studios, and which allowed visitors to "interact" with Taylor and Hoven using mobile avatars in a virtual environment ... At B5, Taylor sang and played guitar and bass on his first solo album, Feelings Are Good (And Other Lies), working with collaborator Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols ...

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