Person:Jane Black (12)

Jane Black
b.4 Oct 1772 Augusta Co., VA
m. 12 Jan 1763
  1. Margaret Black1763 - 1844
  2. Capt. Alexander Black1765 - 1854
  3. George Black1767 - 1859
  4. Jane Black1772 - 1814
  5. William Black1780 - Bet 1811 & 1827
  6. Rachel Black1782 - Aft 1821
  7. Robert Black1786 - 1828
  8. Nancy Black1789 - 1858
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Jane Black
Alt Name Ginny Jane Peebles Jennie
Gender Female
Birth? 4 Oct 1772 Augusta Co., VA
Marriage 31 Jan 1792 Bath County, Virginiato John Peebles
Death? 1814 Montgomery County, KY
Other? Clark County, KentuckyMigrated 2


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In 1775, Henderson called for the creation of a government. By that time Kentucky had four settlements; Harrodsburg, Boonesborogh, Boiling Springs, and Logan's Station

Kentucky voted into the Union on June 1, 1792.

Montgomery County, Kentucky was formed from Clark County after creation on 14 December 1796. Page 644. Fires on 4 Mar 1851 and 2 Dec 1863 destroyed many records.

Montgomery County, the twenty-second county in order of formation, was created on December 14, 1796 from Clark county .

Source: "William Black and his Descendants" 10.GINNEY BLACK was born in Augusta County, Virginia, October 4, 1772. She married a Mr. Peebles of the same county sometime before the fall of 1792, and soon afterward left for Clark County, Kentucky. Little has been found about her family, one is listed below but I believe she had other children.

40 William B.

  1. Gary Welker. Maybury Family 16th century England to the present. (2001).
  2. Raymond Finley Hughes and Howard Clift Black. William Black and his Descendents A Genealogy of the Descendents of William Black of Augusta County, VA and la. (Unpublished. Copyrighted 1973 by Hughes).