I couldn't see a straight forward way of pulling this out of the data.
The following query will list all the tags you changed via your edits:
select text, creationdate from posthistory where userid = 87579 and text like '%<%>%'
You will need to manually check the tags. I guess that once you are okay with them you can update the query's where clause to include a creationdate after your last manual check. Note that the results will also show entries if you used "<" and ">" characters.
However, for questions it seems a lot trickier. You can use this query:
select tags, creationdate from posts where owneruserid = 87579 and posttypeid = 1 and lasteditdate is null
This will give you tags used for all your questions where there have been no future edits. If there was an edit, and it was by you, the previous query should show tag changes.
I didn't manage to write a query that allowed you to see all the original tags in edited questions. For example, if you create a new question that has since been edited to remove tags. You will need to join a modified version of the 2 previous queries to check for tag changes on your questions.
Finally, I haven't looked at tag merging.
I've noticed that not every tag has a creator in the Tag info page, how does this work? Does it appear only after Taxonomist badge is awarded to the creator?
I think you are correct. Oddly, none of these tags have a listed owner:
select * from tags where count = 50
But these do:
select * from tags where count = 51