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Black families in Loudoun County in the late 1800s and early 1900s

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Black families in Loudoun County in the late 1800s and early 1900s

Posted: 1532304052000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1532304136000
Surnames: Jackson. Whiting. Genus. Winters. Gaskins. Harper. Dove. Briscoe
I am searching for individuals who are either related to OR know the following black families that lived within Loudoun county during the 1800s and 1900s, particularly in the Ashburn/Sterling region:

>Jackson
>Whiting/Whiten
>Gaskins
>Harper
>Winters
>Genus/Genous/Jenus/Janis/Genes/Geunes
>Dove
>Briscoe

My main concern is knowing about the individual family histories of the Jacksons, Whitings, Genus, Harpers, and Gaskins in the county. Some individuals that I am really interested in knowing about include:

George Henry Jackson (1835 - 1927)
Julia (née Miller) Jackson ( 1832 to 1914)
William Henry Jackson (1869 to 1934)
Susan Ann (née Whiting) Jackson (1877 to 1952)
Luttie May Jackson (1897 to 1921)
Alexander Whiting (1837 to bef. 1910)
Cornelia Ann (née Genus) Whiting (1844 to 1914)
John Alexander Whiting (1864 to 1962)
Charles Henry Whiting, Sr. (1872 to 1962)
Rufus Samuel Whiting (1875 to 1966)
James Gaither Whiting (1884 to 1947)
Eliza Genus (1819 to after 1870)
Joseph Gaskins (1859 to 1894)
William Harrison Gaskins, Sr. (1888 to 1963)
John Henry Hopper Harper (1856 to ???)

Once again, if you are related to any of these families or individuals, or just happen to have any information of their personal lives,(not including census records, but DOB, DOD, and marriage records are welcome), please contact me. Thank you

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Nathaniel Lloyd
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