John Talbot purchased land in Middletown twp in 1718, where he died in 1721, leaving a widow and children - Joseph, Mary, Benjamin, Elizabeth, Sarah, John and Hannah. Joseph took the farm when he became of ate and built a mill thereon, now owned by Humphrey Yearsley. His first wife was Hannah Baker, of Thornbury who left children - Margaret, Mary, Joseph, Martha, John, Rachel, Jacob, Elizabeth, Hannah, and Susanna. Of these, Martha married Daniel Broomall, and was the grandmother of John M. Broomall, of Media. Rachel married Francis Townsend, of East Bradford.
Benjamin Talbot, son of the
first John, was married 11-11-1734, by Rev. Richard Backhouse, to Elizabeth
Ball, of Darby, and had children - John, Joseph, Mary, Elizabeth, Benjamin,
and William. They removed about or before 1759 to the NW part of the
county, and among their descendants may be named Caleb P. Talbot, father of D.
Smith and C. Wisley Talbot, Esqs, of the Chester county bar.