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Blackburn Families anyone know these??
Posted by: Barbara Guinn Date: August 20, 2000 at 16:27:22
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I have been going through my old papers trying to find a connection to my
Bracken/Pendleton Co line. Does anyone know the family connections to these
Pendleton Co
1800 Tax list Alexander
1810 Alexander 26/45 no sons wife 26/45 2 daughters

Montgomery Co
1800 Tax list Samuel & Benjamin
1810 Samuel +45 8 sons? all under 16 no wife no daughters

Mason County
1810 Census
Thomas 26/45 2 sonsunder 16 wife 16/26 1 girl 16/26 1 under 10
[he listed as stonemason]
Benjamine +45 wife +45 MY DIRECT LINE PROVEN
3 under 10, [Alanson, Joel and Kennedy]
2 10/16 [Benjamin and Samuel]
2 16/26 [William and James]

Harrison Co [this I believe is the Rankin line ]
1810 Census
John,[he the eldest +45] David, Joseph,Robert

There are many more I am just interested in the ones that lived in counties
near my direct line, wondering if there is a family connection here??

Also in Pendleton County 1830 a James 30/40 with 2 sons under 10 wife 30/40 2
daughter under 10 THIS IS NOT MY JAMES anyone know who he is?
1840 he is still there along with a Henry 40/50 & 5 sons 3 daughters, Thomas
50/60 7 sons & 1 daughter. AGAIN THEY ARE NOT PART OF MY FAMILY ARE THEY??

On the 1850 Pendleton census I find a widow Frances 54 VA and 3 daughters
Leucetta 22, Maricah 17 & Sofrana [sp?] 11 I believe she is the widow of
James above I found a marriage record James / Frances Roble 1823 AGAIN SHE

I can ID all of the Pendleton Blacburn's except above, the rest are my direct
family lines. If anyone know anything please let me know and I can give you
a little more details if needed.

One last note some of my family were found in Bracken County prior to 1840
the location of our Blackburn property was very close to the Bracken County

This family has become known as the "Zachariah" Benjamin Blackburns this has
been proven not to be correct his name was not Zachariah or Benjamin
Zachariah, I have been told it was Benjamin F., but this has not been proven
by documentation, but he did have a son Benjamin Franklin.

Thanks for any help and I hope the above may help someone Barbara Guinn


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