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flag   Elizabeth Jane  WILKS

  (b. Crown Colony of South Carolina   d. Wayne, Kentucky, USA )  
Summary: Elizabeth Jane WILKS was the child of

She married  Nathaniel BLACK 1 May 1809 in Halifax, Virginia, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Nathaniel BLACK  was born abt. 1775 in South Carolina, USA.  He died abt. 1840 in Wayne, Kentucky, USA.  He was the son of John BALHACHE (BLACK) and Elizabeth COLVILLE? CALDWELL?.
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Elizabeth Jane WILKS married flag  Nathaniel BLACK-- Date: 1 May 1809 Place: Halifax, Virginia, USA
Nathaniel BLACK was the son of John BALHACHE (BLACK) and Elizabeth COLVILLE? CALDWELL?




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flag  John BLACK (b.1802, Wayne, Kentucky, USA  d. 1870, Wayne, Kentucky, USA)
m. Martha "Patsy" SHIPLEY 23 January 1823


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Elizabeth Jane WILKS and Nathaniel BLACK 1 May 1809, Halifax, Virginia, USA

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