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Spier Black & Moor Spier, Screven County, Georgia 14 July 1800
Posted by: Barbara Crites (ID *****9526) Date: August 01, 2004 at 09:16:30
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I am interested in knowing relationship, if any, of SPIER BLACK to the WILLIAM W. BLACK family of Screven County, Georgia 1793 - 1830.

I found the following men enrolled 14 July 1800 in Capt. Clement Lanier's Volunteer Company of Artillery (Militia) , all residents of Screven County, Georgia:

Mund ? Gross, Esq., 1st Lt.
Robert Black, 2nd Lt.

Spier Black
James Beville
Hillery Cason
Gabriel Cason
William Caswell
Henry Coalson
Lester Crawford
Robert Dickson
David Emanuel
Zachariah Gooding
Medling Hall
John Hill
William Hill
John Lanier
Benjamin Hill
Joel Jackson
Andrew Lambeth
Edward Lawther
Robert Leverett
John Rushing
John Sands
James Scott
Jesse Slater
Moor Spier
Moses Straham
Edmond Warren
Thomas Wall
George Williams
William Rushing

Screven County was established 1793 from Burke and Effingham counties. In 1796 part was given to form Bulloch County and part given to form Jenkins in 1905.

Does anyone know family history of Spier Black?

Thanks for your help.


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