Need help with parents of Thomas Marler (Marlow?) married Isabella Ann Black (b. ca. 1798, d/o John Black, Sr. of Screven County, GA) .
Deed Book 6-P, p. 370, Screven County, GA, 18 May 1826: Thomas Marler (Marlow?) relinquishes claim on my part of the estate of my father-in-law, John Black, deceased, that I might be entitled to as one of the heirs by marriage, to Jane and Douglas Black. Wit: Seeborn Goodall and William Jenkins.
In 1830 census of Screven County, GA, Seabourne Goodall and William Jenkins lived in 34th Dist of Screven County. No Marler/Marlow listed.
Is Thomas Marler a son of Robert Marlow, (b. 1740 SC) that served in SC militia in 1781, settled in Screven County, GA, died 18 Nov 1801?
Deed Book 4 - P, Screven County, GA, p. 247-48: 10 Sep 1816: Robert Black and Vicey, his wife of Jefferson County, GA...Bill of sale of slaves to: Neyland Black, William A. Black, and Isabella Ann Black. These three all children of John Black, SR. of Screven County. Witnessed by another son, Douglas D. Black and Geo. Stapleton, JP.
After John Black, Sr. died in 1826, his sons, Neyland, William, and Douglas moved to southwest section of Georgia, namely Decatur county.
At the same time his daughter Jane, (b. 1808 who married John Connor) left Georgia and went West with Hillary Cason family. They are listed in 1830 census of Madison County, IL and settled in Independence County, AR by 1834.
I cannot find any evidence that Thomas and Isabella Ann (Black) went with the Casons and Connors, but I cannot find them in Georgia, either.
I have no information on Thomas Marler, other than his name.
I would greatly appreciate any help. I am descendant thru Douglas D. Black (b. 1803).
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