Yes all the Taijeron's are related. My family is from Asan. We had a family reunion about 13 years ago on Guam and my cousins made a family tree. The Taijeron name was included. The closest meaning for Taijeron I could come up with is "No Pitcher/Jug/or Jar". "Tai" means No. "Jeron" should be spelled with an H "Heron". There's no J in our alphabet. They probably picked up the J from Spanish. "Hara" meaning pitcher/jug is the closest word I could find to Heron. The "on" in Heron is refering to "we" or "our". Which "Hara" would then be spelled "Haran" (Taiharan = We have no pitchers/jugs/jars).