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Surname Black of Townland of Loughans, Co. Down, Ulster

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Re: Surname Black of Townland of Loughans, Co. Down, Ulster

Posted: 10 Jan 2002 5:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 18 Oct 2003 3:00PM GMT
Thanks again for your posting. I hope we are helping someone with their research. This are the descendants of James Black, brother of Henry:

These are the children and grandchildren of James Black, the brother of Henry Black. Both Henry and James were farmers at Mullabrack.
I. Joseph Black, b. between 1770 and 1790 ? Farmer at Mullabrack. Married. Mary Emmerson of Dundee, Scotland. Had issue
A. Joseph Black, farmer at Mullabrack, emigrated to U.S.A. (not New York) m. Mary Ann Patterson, daughter of John Patterson, farmer at Scarva. Children were Samuel, Elizabeth and Henry.
B. David Black, died 19 yrs. old.
C. James Black, died 20 years old.
D. Mary Black, m. James Ruddoth, farmer Four Towns, Newry, no issue.
E. Margaret Black m. James McDowell, farmer in Mullabrack, emigrated to America.
F. Jane Black m. William Cloughley, draper of The Park, Scarva, and later Belfast, son of Robert Cloughley, farmer at The Park (Loughans).
G. Sarah Black, b.1813 Mullabrack; d. 17 Nov. 1869, The Park; m. Richard Taylor,
farmer and weaver of The Park, son of James Taylor. (For issue, see Taylor Family previously posted.)
H. Susannah Black m. John Emmerson, farmer in Lisnagannon, Loughbrickland, Co. Down. No issue.

II. Betty Black m. Isaac Hunter, small farmer Mullabrack, Had unknown number of children.
III. Mary (Molly) Black m. Hugh Jones, small farmer in Terryhughan near Scarva, Co. Armagh, had issue.
IV. Samuel Black m. Esther Crozier, dau. of George Crozier of Scarva and later of New York. Predeceased husband a few years. Had issue.
A. James Black, emigrated to Pennsylvania and died there, aged 22 years.
B. George Black, died aged l5 years in Drummillar.
C. Samuel Black II. m. Mary Taylor. She was his first cousin, once removed, daughter of Richard Taylor and Sarah Black, sister of Richard Emerson Taylor I, He was b. 2 March 1847, Drummullar, Co. Down; m. 8 Jan.1875, Gilford Presbyterian Church, Co. Down.
Had seven known children.
1. Sarah Black, b. 24 Feb. l875, Hebburn-on-Tyne; d. 31 October 1875.
2. Martha Black, b. 27 Feb. 1876, Hebburn-on-Tyne; d. 3 Feb. 1880.
3. George Black, b. 1 Oct. 1880, Hebburn- on-Tyne; d. (?) March 1892.
4. Richard Black, b. 27 May 1883, Hebburn-on-Tyne, joiner.
5. Sarah Black, b. 3 Dec. 1885, The Park, Loughans, Gilford; m. 11 June 1913 St. Andrews Presbyterian Church to William Rainnie, foreman shipwright, R&W. Hawthorn Leslies Ship Building Yards, Hebburn. Son of William Thomas Rainnie, foreman shipwright as above, formerly of Banff and Isabella Legg of Port Knockie, Banffshire. He was b. 7 Dec. 1887 Banff. One daughter, Mary Rainnie, Hebburn-on-Tyne, near Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Note: When Florence Taylor (Mrs. James Taylor) died in 1929, Sarah Rainnie came to the US to care for the family and act as housekeeper. She returned to England to live in Hebburn-on-Tyne. Another cousin, John McMahon lived nearby.
6. Samuel Black, b. 14 Jul 1988, Hebburn; d.14 Dec 1899.
7 Joseph Black, b. 26 Dec. 1891, Hebburn; d. 16 Mar. 1893.

D. Joseph Black, worked with father; later went to Hebburn-on-Tyne to work in factories, died there aged 25 years. m. Charlotte Graham, dau. of John Graham, farmer near Scarva. Issue. Two children, John Black, returned to Ireland, and Mary Black.
E. Elizabeth Black, d. Brackett St., Hebburn-on-Tyne, age 50 years. m. John Moles, weaver of The Park, son of Edward Moles, farmer in The Park, and Mary Overan of the district. Had issue, 3 sons and 4 dau.
F. Mary Jane Black, b. 1842 Drummillar. m. William Ewart, weaver Drummillar, son of James Ewart, weaver Drummillar and Mary Sharks of Lisnatiltey. No issue. Mary Jane lived near Scarva, nearly 90 years old as of 11 Apr.1920.
G. Sarah Black, b. 1845 Drummillar; d. 1917 Mullaglass. m. David Napier, farmer of Hullaglass in Co. Armagh. Had unknown number of children.
H. Ester Black, d. in Hebburn-on-Tyne 1908. m. John Hannah copper smelter, Hebburn-on-Tyne, who came from Co. Tyrone. She had issue of 3 sons and 2 dau.

V. Sarah Black, daughter of James Black, M. William Moore, draper in Drummillar.
Had one daughter.
VI. Margaret Black. M. John Atchison, labourer in Mullabrack. Had unknown number of children.

































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VirginiaTaylo... 9 Jan 2002 9:50PM GMT 
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