Sandra, It is very unfortunate but I sent in to the Rutherford County, Tennessee a complete biography and lineage chart of Captain William Lytle, who was the founder of Murfreesborough, Tennessee.As the web page has evolved through the years this information has been left off the page and I have not been sucessful in getting it put back on the site. I will attempt to answer most of your questions, as best I can. William, Archibald and Andrew Lytle were sons of Robert Lytle of Orange County, North Carolina, formerly from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. All of the sons were patriots in the Revolutionary War.Archibald attained the rank of Colonel and William was a Captain.I am not sure what rank Andrew Lytle had.Andrew Lytle died and Captain William Lytle was appointed the guardian of two of his sons, William and Archibald. Andrew Lytle's wife later married a John Nichols and removed to Davidson, later to Williamson County, in Tennessee.He adopted the remaining children of Andrew and Sarah Lytle and they assumed the name of Nichols. Colonel Archibald Lytle died and left his Revolutionary War grants to Captain William Lytle.It has been said that when William Lytle arrived in Tennessee, c1799, he owned over 2,600 acres of land. Captain William Lytle married Nancy Ann Taylor, daughter of Lieutenant John Taylor of Orange County, North Carolina.John Taylor and Captain William Lytle were two of the founders of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.John Taylor's burial place is a lone gravesite in one of the subdivisions in Chapel Hill.He was the first Stewart of the University. One of Nancy Ann Taylor Lytle's sisters, Margaret, migrated with the Lytle family to Middle Tennessee and probably some of the other members of the Taylor family. I have checked my database and do not find a marriage to a Taylor among the descendants of Captain William Lytle.His oldest son, John Taylor Lytle married Tibatha Morton and Mary Ward Sills Turner.His only other son, William Pitt Lytle married Violet Cecil Henderson, Mary Patterson Logan and Sophia R. DeSheils. The sons of the two above did not marry a Taylor. The sons of Andrew Lytle migrated to Middle Tennessee along with Captain Lytle and his family.William Lytle, an attorney and graduate of the University of North Carolina, settled in Nashville and married Jane Hobson.Archibald Lytle, who graduated from the University of North Carolina, also, settled in Williamson County, Tennessee and married Elizabeth Cole. Captain William and Nancy Ann Taylor Lytle are buried in a family plot along with several members of their family in Murfreesboro.The Captain William Lytle Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolutionary War is named for Captain Lytle. I may have provided you with more information than you wanted, but it may be beneficial to others searching this Lytle lineage.