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flag male ancestor  John  BLACK

  (b. abt. 1802 Wayne, Kentucky, USA   d. abt. 1870 Wayne, Kentucky, USA )  

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John BLACK was born abt. 1802 in Wayne, Kentucky, USA. John BLACK was the child of Nathaniel BLACK   and   Elizabeth Jane WILKS and the grandchild of: (paternal)  John BALHACHE (BLACK) and Elizabeth COLVILLE? CALDWELL?

Marriage(s) and Child(ren):

He married  Martha "Patsy" SHIPLEY 23 January 1823 in Wayne Co., Kentucky, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Martha "Patsy" SHIPLEY  was born abt. 1808 in Tennessee, USA.  She died abt. 1870 in Wayne, Kentucky, USA.  She was the daughter of Benjamin SHIPLEY and Sarah (Martha) COTTRELL.

John BLACK died abt. 1870 in Wayne, Kentucky, USA.
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  • 1823 Marriage / Partner
    John BLACK and Martha "Patsy" SHIPLEY 23 January 1823, Wayne Co., Kentucky, USA
  • 1826 Birth of Child
    Elizabeth Jane BLACK was born 24 May 1826, Wayne, Kentucky, USA


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