At the moment, the earliest relation I can trace is Thomas George Taylor, born in Alverstoke in1830 who is my Great Great Grandfather on my maternal side. He married Rebbeca Taylor who also came from Alverstoke in 1831. According to the 1881 census, they had 3 children and a grand daughter living with them at 13 Clarence Yard;
Tomas Taylor aged 51, born 1830 in Alverstoke
Rebbeca Taylor aged 50, born in Alverstoke
Thomas G. Taylor aged 23, born 1858 in Alverstoke
Georgina E Taylor aged 14, born 1867 in Sheerness, Kent
Alfred J Taylor aged 13, born 1868 in Sheerness, Kent
Rebbeca Payne aged 5, born 1876 in Gosport
Currently I have no pictures of him or who his wife was, or how many children they had, but  Alfred John Taylor is my maternal Great Grandfather.
 Name Relation Marital Status Gender DOB Age Birthplace Address Occupation
Thomas Taylor Head Married Male 1830 51 Alverstoke 13 Clarence Yard Mariner
Rebbeca Taylor Wife Married Female 1831 50 Alverstoke    
Thomas G. Taylor Son Single Male 1858 23 Alverstoke   Labourer
Georgina E Taylor Daughter Single Female 1867 14 Sheerness, Kent    
Alfred J. Taylor Son Single Male 1868 13 Sheerness, Kent    
Rebecca Payne Grand child Single Female 1876 5 Gosport    

He married Eliza Ruth Newberry in St. Thomas' Church Elson, on the 21st April 1897. He was 29 and she was 23.
The witnesses were both of their fathers.
Thomas was a pensioner R.N. and Eliza's father was William Newberry, a labourer. The vicar was Howard E. Betts.
Witnesses were Thomas and Rebecca Emily Payne

They had eight children, starting with two girls, Florence Emily Taylor,born1898? and Elizabeth Rebecca Taylor born 1900.

Then followed brothers Jack, Harold and George (pictured either side) followed by Arthur, Bob and Alfie

  Back row from left to right:
Jack, Harold, George, Arthur
Front row from left to right
Bob, Alfred Taylor (Great Grandad),
Eliza Taylor (Great Grandmother) and Alfie
Uncle Harold, a Petty Officer in the Royal Navy, was killed when HMS Penelope was sunk on February 18th 1944. by a torpedo from U-boat U410, off Anzio (415 lost).

Great Grandad Taylor was a caretaker at Stone Lane School.