Gilbert Isaac Black
Katherine Ellen (Taylor) Black
Samuel H. &Frances Ellen(Parrott)Black
James D. &Mahala(Harris)Black
Armstead &(name unknown)Parrott
George &Martha Patsy(Jones)Eve, Jr
lineage info and several wonderful family photos
have generously been provided to us by
Katherine (Taylor) Black
THANKS, CUZ KATHERINE, FOR SHARING!
"Barbourville Mountain Advocate"
July 11, 1947, p. 5
(provided by Glenn E. Perry)
Taylor-Black Wedding Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Black of Tedders, announce the
marriage of their son, Gilbert, to Miss Katherine Taylor,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Taylor of London. The
double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. H.C. Chiles
in the parlor of the First Baptist Church on Saturday,
June 28. Mrs. Mary Ellen Cobb was matron of honor and
Mr. Boone Cobb served as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Black
will reside in Detroit, Michigan for the summer.
Couple/left: Gib &Katherine(Taylor)Black.
Couple/right: Boone &Mary Ellen(Black)Cobb
All are celebrating the
1st birthdays of their baby boys,
Troy Black & Danny Cobb
Troy b:07Sep 1951 ~ Danny b:15Sep 1951
2/3 triple-4th cousins to each other!
ON THE BLACK SIDE:
Troy's grandfather [thru Gib], Jim-T Black, is a brother to
Danny's grandfather [thru Mary], Henrcy C. Black; thus,
Troy & Danny are Black 2nd cousins.
Troy's gg-gf [thru Gib],
and his gg-gf [thru Katherine],
William Taylor, are brothers to
Danny's gg-gm [thru Mary ],
Troy & Danny are Taylor triple-4th cousins.
Troy's gg-gm [thru Gib],
and his gg-gm [thru Katherine],
Talitha(Woolum)Taylor, are sisters to
Danny's gg-gf [thru Mary],
Samuel L. Woolum; thus,
Troy & Danny are Woolum triple-4th cousins.
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daughter of James &Kristin(Neri) Black, and 1st cuz to the sisters
Autumn & Summer Allison
daughters of Phillip &Jennine(Black) Allison
of the overall
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