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Blackford Family (ENGLAND)

Blackford Family (ENGLAND)

Charlotte Turton (View posts)
Posted: 28 Nov 1999 10:38AM GMT
My name is Charlotte Turton, and I am researching my family history. I am fifteen, and am the grand daughter of Brenda Skidmore, who's maiden name was Blackford. Her mother was Elsie, and her father Walter, both born in the late 1800s. I would like to know about how/when the Blackford family went to the US. If anyone has any information at all, about anyone in the family, please contact me via email. My address is ferrari_girl355@hotmail.com
Any information at all would be much appreciated.

Blackford - Smalley marriage

Posted: 23 Dec 1999 6:46AM GMT
Edited: 17 Feb 2003 8:27PM GMT
Samuel Blackford took Hannah (Ann) Smalley of
Plymouth, MA as his bride about 1672.

They had a daughter: Providence Blackford and
she was born July 1, 1680 and she married into
the Runyon family. 1st Peter Runyon and then
John Runyon. Providence Blackfrod and John
Runyon had a son: John Runyon, b. Aug 5, 1705
Posted: 18 Jan 2000 7:46AM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 5:35PM GMT
I'm looking for decendants of the Runyon's could you please help?
Please contact me at george_blackford@juno.com

Blackfords in England

rod blackford (View posts)
Posted: 3 May 2000 7:22AM GMT
I am trying to put together a complete family
petigree chart and family group records of the Blackfords. I go all way back to
approximately 1560 in Warwick England. John Blackford born about 1560, Son
Nicholas, then Samual Blackford Sr. I belive Nicholas came to the New World in
the 1640s With a brother named Peter and landed in Plymouth, MA. Peter traveled
to Connecticut, and continued to New York and settle immediately west of New
York in New Jersey. Samual and Ann Smalley had somewhere between 12 and 16
children. I believe all the Blackford in America came from this initial family from
New Jersey. In the middle to late 1700s a Benjamin Blackford moved to South
Carolina. His Son William M Blackford became the first ambasador to New Ganada
(South America) from the United States After Bolivar kicked the Spanish out of
South America. He had two sons William Willis and Charles Minor Blackford that
served in the Civil War. Isaiah Blackford probably a brother or nephew to
Benjamin followed Daniel Boone into Kentucky. There the family moved into Ohio,
Indiana, and Illinois.

Another grand son of Samual Blackford Sr. Moved into PA. Several generations of
Blackfords lived in Lafeyette PA.

Right now I am gathering some 1200 names from the Social Security death records
and following these names backwards to the right family roots.

For a full accounting of the Blackford any information would be appreciated.

First give me you direct lines, (only deceased members). As far back as you can
get with records you have now.

Thanks

Rod Blackford

Blackfords in America

rod blackford (View posts)
Posted: 3 May 2000 7:42AM GMT
I am trying to put together a complete family
petigree chart and family group records of the Blackfords. I go all way back to
approximately 1560 in Warwick England. John Blackford born about 1560, Son
Nicholas, then Samual Blackford Sr. I belive Nicholas came to the New World in
the 1640s With a brother named Peter and landed in Plymouth, MA. Peter traveled
to Connecticut, and continued to New York and settle immediately west of New
York in New Jersey. Samual and Ann Smalley had somewhere between 12 and 16
children. I believe all the Blackford in America came from this initial family from
New Jersey. In the middle to late 1700s a Benjamin Blackford moved to South
Carolina. His Son William M Blackford became the first ambasador to New Ganada
(South America) from the United States After Bolivar kicked the Spanish out of
South America. He had two sons William Willis and Charles Minor Blackford that
served in the Civil War. Isaiah Blackford probably a brother or nephew to
Benjamin followed Daniel Boone into Kentucky. There the family moved into Ohio,
Indiana, and Illinois.

Another grand son of Samual Blackford Sr. Moved into PA. Several generations of
Blackfords lived in Lafeyette PA.

Right now I am gathering some 1200 names from the Social Security death records
and following these names backwards to the right family roots.

For a full accounting of the Blackford any information would be appreciated.

First give me you direct lines, (only deceased members). As far back as you can
get with records you have now.

Thanks

Rod Blackford
Posted: 3 May 2000 6:57PM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 5:35PM GMT
Please contact me.

george_blackford@juno.com
Posted: 12 May 2000 2:44PM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 5:35PM GMT
Please contact me.
george_blackford@juno.com
About your records.

Daniel Blackford

Rob Nicolle (View posts)
Posted: 30 Jul 2000 3:07PM GMT
Rod;

My great grandfather, Daniel Blackford, was
b. 1837, St. John's Parish, London, England,
son of Daniel John Blackford. He served in
the Corps of Armorers from 1863 to 70 with
the 1st West India Regiment then St. Helen's
Island (Montreal)from 1872 to 1884. He
married Maria Dinham 12/28/61 in England.

Do these people show up in your records?
I have info on their descendents but
nothing more on ancestors.

Please e-mail me at robn@mtco.com.

Rob Blackford Nicolle

Blackford PA>OH

Posted: 4 Aug 2000 4:21PM GMT
Edited: 16 Jul 2001 5:14AM GMT
Hi Rod,
My gg-grandmother's name was Eleanor(Ellen)
Blackford, born about 1827 in PA. Her father's name was Joseph. Eleanor married
Stephen Luster in Scioto Co. OH in 1848. In
1850, there was a Sarah J. Blackford living
in Eleanor's household. Am looking for spouse
of Joseph, dates, ancestors. Garren
Posted: 1 Oct 2000 7:43AM GMT
Edited: 2 Jul 2004 9:36PM GMT
Susannah Blackfor Mitchell wasmy g-g-Grandmother. Muncie in Delaware Co. Indiana.
Next Co. North is Blackford Co. Named after a supreme Court Justice. There is an abvious connection but I can't make it. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Rick scranton
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