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John S. Black, the Texas colonist : and his descendants

compiled by the members of the John S. Black Family Association ; edited by Mary Black Darby
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original published: [S.l.] : Hermon M. Black, [19--?]. 3, 16, 12 leaves.

John Sullivan Black, a son of Gavin Black and Sarah Hambright Black, was born in Blount County, Tennessee in 1790. He married Mary Bingley in Tennessee. They had five children, the first four were born in Tennessee. The family moved to Texas and settled on the Choushatta Indian Trace in what is now Grimes County. Texas was still at part of Mexico at the time. The family was essentially a part of Stephen F. Austin's upper colony. John S. Black was active in military affairs of Texas versus Mexico. He was commissioned a Captain in preparation for the Battle of San Jacinto. John S. Black died at his home three miles north-east of Anderson, Texas, in 1855.

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