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Benjamin Evans

DateEventSource
1790 Census..
10/15/1799John J. Blair bornFrom Headstone info. This John J. Blair has caused quite a bit of confusion for us over the years. He was born only four months before my 4G-Grandfather John J. Blair Sr. (my John Blair moved to Pike County, AL in the 1820’s). This John J. Blair is the son of James Blair (b-abt 1744, d-07/13/1816), who is buried in the King’s Creek ARP Cemetery in Newberry County. Since there were very few records kept in South Carolina during this time, it was very difficult to tell these two John's apart. The Blair Society of Genealogical Research has in their records that this John ran a watered powered Mill in Newberry, SC. The BSGR also notes that his wife’s name was Sabella “Sibbey” Alewine Blair (b-abt 1807, died 1/25/1881, bur Chapel’s Methodist Church Cemetery, Newberry, SC).
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1840 Census..
07/21/1848John J. Blair diedHeadstone info – buried Bush River Quaker Cemetery, Newberry, SC. The only info I have tying John J. Blair to the Quaker Church is that he is buried in the Quaker Cemetery. Apparently the headstone is no longer visible. The notation is from an old cemetery survey in Newberry County, SC.
1850 Census..

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