Last name: Black
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My Mother and father are from Belfast N. Ireland.
i feels so special
I was wondering if any slaves took on the blacks last name. Mainly cause I'm African American with this last name and I want to know more about my heritage
I do not know any other relative named Black other than my brothers and sisters , my father is the only one I know on his side of the family , his name was Donald Leroy Black born Sept. 21 1917
im trying to trace the BLACK family heritage
My family immigrated to Nova Scotia, from what I'm told our family was pretty much run out of Europe for being criminals, anyone with similar stories?
My fathers side of family is Indian and my great grandma is fully Indian but my moms side is African .I am Jamaican and I want to know about my family
I am a black Black. Does that say something about where my ancestor's slave master's were from? I hope that makes sense. Thanks
I'm from Mississippi.
Nice to know more about my surname..but would love to know more about my Black family ancestors who lived in the Lincolnshire fenland.my 4 x grandfather also was baptised Pocklington Black...does that make sense?
I've always been told my family originated in Scotland and were driven out due to practicing cannibalism! On paper, I've only been able to work out my great grand father was born in Ireland and was in the Army band. I'd like to know if the cannibalism thing is true though!
We are from Cambridge, OH. My grandparents were Harold and Elnora Black. My father says we are Dutch???
Margery Black - from New Bedford Ma.. what does the name mean please.
My dad always told me that my family came out from Germany, but after doing some research, I found a website that traced my lineage on my father side to Robert Black who was born in 1817. My sister asked about this question on Ancestry, and someone who was the wife of a grandson (I believe) of a sister of my great-grandpa, Carmon Otis Black. Her husband did dna testing and his dna showed he was Scottish. Does anyone actually have anything that would be interesting to now? Like, for example, I know who was the father of Robert Black is debated and the main answer I get is Spencer Black. Also can someone tell me if there is any Black Dutch in this line. Thank you.
Looking for a man named Jaques Black stationed in Manitoba in February 1945 during world war 2. All I know is he was from Scotland.
Looking for the parents and siblings of Dr. Reuben D. Black born about 1807, married Nancy Alkire in 1830 in Illlinois.
Candace Marie Black
Black family from Clinton, Kentucky
What's on your mind? Does the Scottish name Black have a tartan?
George, his wife Jane and george's brother James left ireland in 1820. first went to pennsylvania and finally settled in Canada. We have never found out where in Ireland they lived although it's rumored Arklow Wicklow. We've never found any information on any of them. Anyone have some suggestions. Checked newspapers, death certs etc ..all canadian ones as those are the only ones on line. They all say Ireland
I'm fairly young so I haven't looked into much about it all but I'm an Australian. My ancestors are Scottish.
I'm from america looking for answers
Black Family Surname
I am searching for the parents and siblings of Dr. Reuben D. Black born abt. 1807 in Kentucky. By 1830 he migrated to Sagnmon county, Il and married Nancy Alkire. Sometome before 1850 Dr. Reuben D. Black migrated to Missouri and practiced medicine there.
trying to find out where the black name came from
My G-G-G-Grandfather John Black came from Inch by Gorey in Ireland. He married Jessie Dodds Moffit in Ireland [ her parents arrived in Ireland from Scotland about 1820] John was born c 1808, his father was George Black, I think his mother was Mary. I would like to know more of the Black family. John migrated to Australia about 1840 with his wife Jessie and three children. They settled in the Castle Hill district