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Re: Sarah Ann Blackard
Posted by: Ed Pyeatt Date: July 27, 1999 at 08:53:50
In Reply to: Re: Sarah Ann Blackard by Cheryl (Blackard) Holtz of 256

Again, thanks. I needed some sort of confirmation on the BELL connection.
The bulk of what I have on BLACKARDs
comes from "The History of Sequoyah
Co.,1828-1975", pub. 1976 by the Sequoyah
Co. Historical Society (Oklahoma).
The story about the Rev. War Willoghby
is tantallizing - I found it in a letter
dated 15 March, 1982 from a BLACKARD cousin
in L.A., addressed to Edgar and Maynard,
Maynard, and W.D.BLACKARD, Muldrow, Okla.
His letter is mainly a request for any
infomation on Willoghby, but mentions
the Scots/Gaelic incident in just one
sentence, pretty much as I wrote earlier.
Sadly, that's all I have. It's good to
know someone else has heard about it.
It would be nice to have info on Scottish
origins and colonial history. Help will
be much appreciated.
Thanks. . .



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