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Posted by: Cathy McDowra (ID *****9053) Date: November 01, 2002 at 20:38:36
In Reply to: Re: Job BLACKARD by Roy Backes of 256


I am not a Webb descendent, but my great-grandfather's sister Mary Clarinda Crockett married James D. Webb, son of James Webb who married Elizabeth Blackard. I have a third cousin, a descendent of this Webb/Crockett marriage, to whom I relay any pertinent Webb information. Until you posted your information, we did not know for sure Elizabeth was a Blackard.

I notice your post has Jeremiah in Marshall County, MS, then moving to Tippah County at some point. He may have indeed lived in Tippah between census enumerations, but he is in Marshall County in 1850, 1860, and 1870. (He goes by Jerry in some census years). You have his death date as 1878, and indeed I don't see him in 1880. Two of his grown children (William and Martha, who must have never married) were living with him in 1870, then they were living with each other as brother and sister in 1880. I'm assuming Jeremiah died in Marshall County. His wife Jane must have died between 1860 and 1870, as she is not with them in 1870.

As you are not from this line, you may or may not be interested in this information, but I decided to post it for anyone who might need it. Thank you for your post. Your information was very helpful.

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