Need help with John Hiran Blackston Cherokee /Creek Indian removal connection to Rev. Thomas Dawson

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John Hiran Blackston is listed on Thomas Dawsons Census if John Blackston is on this Census alloted to Thomas Dawson does this mean he was involved in the removal Cherokee or a Native Indian,  Thanks
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Thomas Dawson was appointed by the President of The United States of America to teach Indians how to read and wright we can not determined if our John Hiram Blackstone Sr is a son to any other Blackstone family in America this may have been a handed down name by Mr. Thomas Dawson to protect him from being removed. Thanks hope to here back any comments.

If anyone has death certificate's of any of his children with his wife Mary's maiden name please share. Blackstone family in Georgia 1810's 1820's 1830's, 1840's doesn't claim this line they was a John B Blackstone 1781 and John Milton Blackstone Sr 1779 both seems to be son's of James Pope Blackstone's family. and this connection as yet not been proved or sourced as a true connection although it could be determined that our John Hiram Blackstone Sr is a son if anyone has their Will's please share this information. The Blackstone family of Pickens County South Carolina had land on Little Crow Creek rd area and this land was said to have been sold in 1877 at a Pickens County Sheriff sale this land was said to be 108 acres. 1877 John Hiram Blackstone Sr wasn't around and Mrs. Mary Blackstone was at suir, need more information about this suit if anyone finds this information. The Blackstone family was in Keowee, Seneca, Pickens, Oconee, Anderson, Pendleton District, Hurricane Township, Golden Grove, Greenville (Grove Station), Pelzer, Piedmont, Judson, West Greenville, these families are all decedents of John Hiram Blackstone Sr 1808/12 and Mary Unknown Blackstone family .two J.H. Blackstone's or John H Blackstone's or Hiram Blackstone's listed as Confederate soldiers in the Greenville Confederate museum. only two Blackstone's listed, also the land I live on off Moores Mill rd, Pelzer, Anderson, SC was first deeded to the Blackstone's and John Hiram Blackstone Jr 1838-1913 is buried at White Plains, Baptist Church, Pelzer, Anderson County, SC this Cemetery is less then a mile from this Blackstone property.


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