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Taylor, Charles

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Charles Taylor was Clive Carey’s informant for the Oddington morris dances. He had danced at Oddington for 23 years, but the dancing ceased about 1888. He used to walk 9 miles to practice. He danced first in the following repertoire:
Princess Royal
Highland Mary
Sherborne’s (sic) Jig
Jockey to the Fair
Green Sleeves (Heel and toe over pipes or sticks)
The Nutting Girl
Trunco
The Gallant Huzzar
Shepherd’s Hey
Young Collins
Swaggering Boney (The Old Frog Dance)
Green Garters
Constant Billy (stick and corner dance)
London Pride