There are records of passage from eather scotland or England.This is not clear but I, as for many of us, do not have the money to obtain a complete layout of the Blackard in England. I do no there are still many alive there just out of Londan England. There were to sets of Blackards that lift this place all were recorded as being brothers But Ibelive two of them went Kansas just before it beame a state, thet other two went to NC.
Willoughby is a spelling used in England for William making william the oldest of the two. it is alson recorded that Jobe was married I beliave his wife came with him on the boat.
I am from the William side of this family the direct connection is not known I can only go back to 1800 but which of William son's is my grand father I do Not know. I can take Job with out the E to 1776 there are 3 other job's listed that carrie an E they are not the same. William may be using his middle name and not his first name. This to has been a problem keeping names stright
My side of the tree carries many records but no Job.
The other side of the tree has a Job and believe others with the same name are on this side of the family tree.
I will look up and see if I have any refferance to a wild Blackard or not it does not ring any bells. Do you have any more on him thin you have posted? You can make direct contact two ways Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org I can recored to disk for you but you must have FTM 8 program to open the disk and down load it to your system. hope to hear from you soon. Bill
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