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Isaac Taylor (1829–1901)

Taylor, Isaac. An English clergyman and writer; grandson of Isaac Taylor of Ongar; born at Stanford Rivers, May 2, 1829; died at Settrington, May 18, 1901. Was a canon of York. He wrote: ‘Words and Places,’ an explanation of the local names in Great Britain (1864); ‘The Family Pen: Memorials Biographical and Literary of the Taylor Family of Ongar’ (1867); ‘The Alphabet: An Account of the Origin and Development of Letters’ (1883); ‘The Manx Runes’ (1886); ‘The origin of the Aryans’ (1890), summing up the evidence against the Central-Asian theory.