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Subject: [WAXHAW] Re: ROLL CALL--BLACK, PICKENS, Hood, etc.
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 09:53:39 -0500
In a message dated 3/29/2004 8:27:40 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:
> I am a descendant of several families known to have lived in the Waxhaws and surrounding areas. >
Allison, I have an interest in several of the surnames you mentioned--
especially any who were in Lancaster Co., SC.
My main interest is Hugh BLACK below:
Blacks in Lancaster Co. SC (from the SC census index)
1800--Annanias, Charles, HUGH, Thomas, Will
1810--HUGH, John, Thomas
1820--Annanias (a younger one), Eleanor, HUGH, John, Lydia
1830--Annanias, Lydia, Jane, Robert, John, HUGH Sr., Hugh Jr.
1840--none in index
1850--A. BLACK, C. BLACK
I have more specific census info on each name above.
My BLACKs were in Butler Co. Alabama by 1840 (think some HOODs might have migrated with them). A BLACK who was already in Butler Co. when mine arrived was Thomas Jefferson BLACK who was married to Mary Ann PICKENS. I've not proven a link of my Blacks to T.J.B. and M.A.P., but think there is one somewhere back in time.
Please let me know about your Blacks--my main line of interest on my mother's side. I have Morrises and Matthewses on my father's side.
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