- Born: 24 Jan 1793
- Marriage (1): John <Albert> Bastedo in 1815 in <Nelson Twp, Halton>, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada
- Marriage (2): < > Taylor after 1881
- Died: 26 Feb 1883 at age 90
Another name for Mary was Mary Taylor.
The Wallace family tree constructed by Lorna (Wallace) Johnson in the 1940's has "Mary (Taylor)" as the mother of Harriet Lasby. That was probably an error.
From Karen (Johnson) Fish 17 June 2010:
I am in possession of an obituary, torn from an 1883 newpaper, for Mrs. Mary Taylor, who I believe is this same person. The clipping was tucked inside a folded note written by William H. Wallace in 1880 (when he was 10 years old) or soon thereafter. The year "1883" is written in ink on the obituary.
William H. Wallace's note reads:
My Great-Grandma Taylor's son, had this knife thirty years, and, when he died, he gave it to her, and she had it twenty years, and then she gave it to me in the year 1880, and I am going to see how long I can keep it. W.H.W.
Who was the son who originally acquired the knife, around 1830?
Her obituary reads:
On Monday afternoon, Feb. 26th  at the residence of Mr. Thomas Crebbin. Mrs. Mary Taylor, aged ninety years, one month and two days. Funeral to take place from the house on Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m."
Thomas Crebbin was the second husband of Mary's daughter Elizabeth (Bastedo) Patmore.
The birth and death dates I have provided are based upon the obituary of Mrs. Mary Taylor (aka Great-Grandma Taylor to Will Wallace), which would make her dates 24 Jan 1793 to 26 Feb 1883.
Mary married John <Albert> Bastedo, son of Jacob Bastedo (U.E.L.) and Clarissa Jean Van Slyke, in 1815 in <Nelson Twp, Halton>, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada. (John <Albert> Bastedo was born in 1792 in Stamford (Niagara Falls), Lincoln (Welland), Eastern District, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada 1 and died after 1881.)
Mary next married < > Taylor after 1881.