On 20 July 1842, he married Amelia Thompson, daughter of William Thompson. They had seven children:
- Thomas Taylour, Earl of Bective (1844–1893)
- Hon. William Arthur Taylour (5 March 1845 – 1 December 1845)
- Lady Evelyn Amelia Taylour (8 August 1846 – 10 July 1866)
- Lady Madeline Olivia Susan Taylour (30 January 1848 – 27 January 1876), married Hon. Charles Frederick Crichton, son of John Crichton, 3rd Earl Erne, and had issue
- Lady Adelaide Louisa Jane Taylour (24 June 1849 – ?)
- Lady Isabel Frances Taylour (10 May 1853 – 17 November 1909), married Sir FitzRoy Clayton; mother of Sir Harold Clayton, 10th Baronet
- Lady Florence Jane Taylour (21 June 1855 – 16 August 1907), married Somerset Maxwell, 10th Baron Farnham
His wife Amelia died on 4 December 1864. On 29 November 1875, he married again, to Emily Constantia Thynne, daughter of Rev. Lord John Thynne and granddaughter of Thomas Thynne, 2nd Marquess of Bath. They had two children:
- Lady Beatrix Taylour (6 January 1877 – 3 May 1944), married Hon. Sir George Frederick Stanley
- Geoffrey Taylour, 4th Marquess of Headfort (12 June 1878 – 29 January 1943)
His eldest son Thomas died in 1894, a few months before his father, and so the Marquessate passed to Geoffrey, Headfort's only son by his second marriage.
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