Robert Taylor, Rob Taylor, Bob Taylor or Bobby Taylor may refer to: Contents 1 Arts, 2 Architecture, 3 Music, 4 Politics, 5 Sports, 6 Other people, 7 Other, 8 See also, Arts: Robert Taylor (actor) (1911-1969), American actor, Robert Taylor (Australian actor), Australian actor, best known as Agent Jones in The Matrix, Robert Taylor (aviation artist), painter, Robert Taylor (animator), directed The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat, TaleSpin and Heidi's Song, Architecture: Sir Robert Taylor (architect) (1714-1788), English architect, Robert Robinson Taylor (1868-1942), first African-American architect in the United States, Robert J. Taylor, American architect, principal at Taylor & Burns Architects, Music: Bob Taylor (luthier), American maker of acoustic guitars, principal of Taylor Guitars, Robert N. Taylor, U.S. musician, artist, Germanic Neopagan, writer and political activist, Bobby Taylor, leader of the Canadian Motown soul band Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers, Politics: Robert Taylor (congressman) (1763-1845), U.S. Representative from Virginia, Robert Taylor (Labour politician) (1881-1954), British Member of Parliament for Morpeth, 1935-1954, Robert Taylor (Conservative politician) (1932-1981), Conservative MP for Croydon North West, South London, 1970-1981, Robert Taylor (Wisconsin), Wisconsin politician, Robert Love Taylor (1850-1912), U.S. politician from Tennessee, Robert Love Taylor (judge) (1899-1987), U.S. federal judge from Tennessee, R. Fenwick Taylor (1849-1926), Florida Chief Justice, Robert Paris Taylor, Member of Parliament for Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1768-1774, Robert Arthur Taylor, Member of Parliament for Lincoln, 1924-1931, Bob Taylor (Ontario politician), mayor of Brantford, 1988-1991, Rob Taylor (politician), member of the Iowa House of Representatives, Sports: Bob Taylor (born 1931), Australian rules footballer with Essendon Football Club, Bob Taylor (cricketer) (born 1941), English cricketer, Bob Taylor (ice hockey) (1904-1993), American professional ice hockey player, Bob Taylor (darts player) (born 1960), Scottish darts player, Bob Taylor (footballer) (born 1967), English footballer, Bob Taylor (rugby union) (born 1942), English rugby union international, Rob Taylor (American football) (born 1960), American football player, Rob Taylor (footballer) (born 1985), English footballer, Robert Taylor (sprinter born 1948) (1948-2007), American athlete, 1972 Summer Olympics gold medal winner in the 4x100 m relay, Robert Taylor (sprinter born 1953), American athlete, 1975 Pan American Games gold medal winner in the 4x400 m relay, Robert Taylor (cricketer) (1873-?), English cricketer, Robert Taylor (cricketer, born 1989), English cricketer, Robert Taylor (footballer) (born 1971), English footballer, Bob Taylor (rugby league), rugby league footballer of the 1920s and '30s, Bob Taylor (baseball) (born 1944), American baseball outfielder, Bobby Taylor (Canadian football) (born 1941), Canadian football player, Bobby Taylor (American football) (born 1973), American football player, Bobby Taylor (ice hockey) (born 1945), Canadian ice hockey player and broadcaster, Other people: Bob Taylor (GC) (c. 1921-1950), British recipient of the George Cross, Robert Taylor (British Army officer) (1760-1839), British general, Robert Taylor (computer scientist) (born 1932), American computer scientist, Sir Robert Taylor (engineer) (1855-1921), British mining engineer in India, Detective Bob Taylor, the "Chief" investigator and semi-host of British TV series The Murder Game, Robert Taylor (Radical) (1784-1844), English clergyman turned freethinker, Robert Taylor (Australian businessman) (1792-1850), Englishman transported to New South Wales and early Australian businessman, Robert A. Taylor, founder of the Alameda East Veterinary Hospital, a facility featured in the Animal Planet series Emergency Vets and E-Vet Interns, Robert E. L. Taylor (1913-2009), publisher of the Philadelphia Bulletin, Robert Lewis Taylor (1912-1998), American writer, 1959 Pulitzer Prize winner for the novel The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, Robert S. Taylor (1918-2009), influential librarian, Robert V. Taylor (born c. 1958), first openly gay Episcopal dean in the United States, Robert L. Taylor (born 1924), founder and president of the Antique Airplane Association Inc., Robert P. Taylor (1909-1997), American military officer and chaplain, Robert R. Taylor (Canadian photographer) (1940-2013), Canadian wildlife photographer, Robert R. Taylor (1935-2013), entrepreneur and inventor of Softsoap, Robert Selby Taylor (1909-1995), Anglican bishop, Robert Taylor (priest), Archdeacon of Lewes, 1558-1559, Other: Robert Taylor Homes, a housing project in the South Side of Chicago, Robert Taylor incident, a 1979 UFO sighting and potential alien abduction in West Lothian, Scotland

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