|Date of Birth||August 15, 1613|
|Place of Birth||England|
Jeremy Taylor was born on August 15, 1613 in England. He died on Aug 13, 1667 (age 53). He was a cleric in the Church of England and the author of a book called The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living. Because of the poetic eloquence in his writing, he was compared to Shakespeare.
Both Perse School and Gonville and Caius College were his educational institutions of choice. In addition to being appointed vice-chancellor of the University of Dublin, he was also consecrated as the Bishop of Down and Connor. Together with his wife, Phoebe Langsdale, he was the father of six children. After she passed away, he wed Joanna Bridges, and they went on to have two daughters together.
Jeremy Taylor is an author who writes books that are usually about history or historical events. He has written many books, some of which are about the American Revolution, the Civil War, and World War II. He has also written a few books about the United States in general. His books are usually very well researched and are often used as references by historians.
Wife and Family
Martha Taylor was the wife of Jeremy Taylor, an English cleric in the Church of England and a leader of the English High Church. She was a strong supporter of her husband’s work and helped him to edit and publish his books. Martha was also a talented musician and often played the organ at her husband’s church.