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Kelly Black (#48090659)
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Bio Photo Most of my family is in Lee, Cook and Wood county, Texas. I have not seen any of them in many many years, since I think my uncle Bill Brock passed away in the late 80's was the last time I saw any of them.

If you're related to anyone I've left memorials on please reach out to me, as I'm trying to re-trace our heritage for the sake of my daughters, and my son.

Great Grandfather - Richard Marion Black
Grandfather - William David Black
Father - Truman Lamar Black
Paternal Great Grandmother - Zola Mae (Wiley) Black
Paternal Grandmother - Annie (Pinson) Black

They married 31 Jan 1897 in Hall County, GA.

Richard Marion Black
David M. Black
Mary Demaris Whitworth

Census records: 1860 GA-Hall-District 413-Image 203, 1870 GA-Hall-Roberts-Image 10, 1880 GA-Hall-Roberts-135-Image 2, 1900 GA-Hall-Roberts-District 0076-Image 1, 1910 TX-Wood-Cartwright-0123-Image 4, and 1920 TX-Wood-Precinct 1-District 143-Image 3. Then, David, Annie, Truman, and Darcie found 1930 NM-Roosevelt-Portales-District 4-Image 5.

They returned to 1940 TX-Wood-Other Places-(250-1)-Image 17 where they lived next to David's widowed mom Zola Mae.

Maternal Grandmother - Bertha Gray
Mother - Mary Francis Gray
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Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
Your family tree
I added a few names to your tree today.
Added by Nancy Jane Faulk White A... on Dec 13, 2013 10:23 PM
Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
RE: Jim's grave site
hay did you get ahold of Beaty. Did they find it?
Added by Nancy Jane Faulk White A... on Dec 13, 2013 10:22 PM
Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
RE: Jim's grave site
Hi, i miss you too. I thought you were mad at me. I went to Beaty funeral home and they have a map. Or you might could call them. They are real nice and helpful. Sharron said any time you want to get your stuff just call her and she would met you out there to get it. How are you doing? I am doing pretty good. The COLD weather is not good on my knee. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas.
Added by Nancy Jane Faulk White A... on Dec 09, 2013 11:49 PM
Truman Black
Kelly, I am one of your many Pinson cousins. I have a lot of fond memories of Uncle David and Aunt Annie. You probably know that the parents of Aunt Annie were James Allen Pinson and Sarah Jane Bellomy. I have done a lot of research on these lines and am happy to share with you. If you would like, send me an email at

Sharolyn Pinson Fetzer
Added by sgfetz on Jul 05, 2013 4:31 PM
Keith Edwards
Kelly, I thought I was sending that previous msg to someone else. So sorry! :)
Added by Keith Edwards on Jul 05, 2013 2:28 PM
Keith Edwards
Thanks for the kind words. I wonder which branch of the family you were successful in finding? Hope you have a blessed day.
Added by Keith Edwards on Jul 05, 2013 2:26 PM
Sandra Turner Ice
More from your cousin
After reading more I realize that T.L. Must be your brother. I loved Aunt Annie and Uncle David. They were very close to her sister Minnie and lived next door to her and Uncle Bob Little near East Point. Aunt Annie was very funny and told cute stories. She told me when she was just a young girl Uncle David walked her home and kissed her hand. Well she knew they had to get married because she thought she was going to have a baby from that kiss on the hand. When I was younger the old ones (as we called them) often kept us in stitches with laughter. I really miss them. They were hard working quality people.
Added by Sandra Turner Ice on Jul 04, 2013 7:46 PM
Sandra Turner Ice
Your relatives.
I didnt know any of Uncle David's family but you have lots of cousins on the Pinson side. Many are still in Wood County. If your Dad went by the initials of T.L. I remember him going to school in Winnsboro for awhile.
Added by Sandra Turner Ice on Jul 04, 2013 4:23 PM
Black relatives
There is also a Z.M. Black which could be Zola Mae in the same cemetery. You can do a search on the start page of F.A.G. for Ebenezer in Wood County Texas, Then black to find the listings.
If these are your relatives I would be happy to transfer them to you. Just let me know.
Added by Bill75773 on Jun 07, 2013 12:23 PM
Black relatives
There is a W.D. Black buried in Ebenezer Cemetery, Wood County, Tx. This could possibly be William David if his wife's name was Annie. I photographed it several years back and thought it rang a bell.
Added by Bill75773 on Jun 07, 2013 12:19 PM
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