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ROGER BLACK
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I am looking for descendents of "parson john" john abraham taylor, born in south carolina, 20 feb 1807. married to mary m. "polly" taylor, also of south carolina, born 27 july 1808. they were married 22 july 1828 greene county alabama. they are both buried in the taylor cemetary in franklin county alabama.

also benjamin franklin "frank" black, born in alabama either 1843 or 1850 he was married 3 times. he out lived all three wives the last wife sarah wooten, was born 1879 in franklin county alabama.

over the years there were many marriages  between the taylors and blacks. many cousins  and 1/2 cousins, about 90% of all marriages produced 8-15 offspring in the early years from 1800's to 1940's. so there has to be lots of relatives out there. I found a first cousin last year that is 45 yrs old, that i never new i had. I know there are a lot more that i would like to know about, I also found a cousin that is in a nursing home that is 102 yrs. old.

I know some are in arizona, kansas, arkansas, utah, california, mississippi, alabama, and probably other states that i don't know about. PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHO YOU ARE, SO I CAN PUT YOU IN MY GENEOLOGY HISTORY. I NEED TO KNOW DATES, PEOPLE, AND ANY HISTORY THAT MIGHT BE AVAILABLE TO YOU. ALSO LOOKING FOR THE DEATH DATE OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BLACK AND LOCATION, MAYBE IN MISSISSIPPI OR ALABAMA, DISAPPEARED AFTER 1925-26 IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA. HE WAS PROBABLY IN HIS LATE 70'S OR EARLY 80'S WHEN HE DIED.

ROGER BLACK
CICERO, ILLINOIS
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