Person:Ann Black (4)

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Ann Black
b.est. 1767
 
  1. Ann BlackEst 1767 -
m. 1785
  1. Elizabeth GreggAbt 1785 -
  2. Lydia Gregg1787 - 1859
  3. Henry C. Gregg1792 - 1877
  4. Jane Gregg1794 -
  5. Ellis Gregg1795 -
  6. Samuel Gregg, Jr., "Ole Samuel"1800 - 1869
  7. Judge John Gregg1801 -
Facts and Events
Name Ann Black
Gender Female
Birth? est. 1767
Marriage 1785 Rockingham County, Virginiato Samuel Gragg
References
  1.   Morton, Oren Frederic. A history of Pendleton County, West Virginia. (Franklin, West Virginia: O.F. Morton, 1910)
    Pages 167, 208.

    Page 167, Gragg, Scotch-Irish, before 1792, Reed's Creek.

    Page 208, Gragg, Thomas (____ ____)-left a minor daughter, Mary and appears to have had these sons:
    1. Henry
    2. William (Mary ____)-d. Jan. 24, 1795.
    3. Samuel (Ann Black)-m. 1785?

    A daughter of William was killed by the Indians in 1781 (see Page 64,65). Elizabeth (Peter Cassell-m. 1794) was a daughter of Henry.

    The family seems afterward to have moved to the South Fork above Sugar Grove. J. Robert and Amby Gragg of that district are present representatives of the family...

    Page 64, 65 - In 1781 took place what seems the last Indian raid into this county. A party of redskins, led by Tim Dahmer, a white renegade, came by the Seneca trail to the house of William Gragg, who lived on the highland a mile east of Onego. Dahmer had lived with the Graggs, and held a grudge against a daughter of the family. Gragg was away from the house getting a supply of firewood, and seeing Indians at the house he kept out of danger. His mother, a feeble old lady, and with whom Dahmer had been on good terms, was taken out into the yard in her chair. The wife was also unharmed, but the daughter was scalped and the house set on fire, after which the renegade and his helpers made a prudent retreat. The girl was taken up the river, probably to the house of Philip Harper, but died of her injuries.