Donnie Blackstone
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Donnie Alan Blackstone was born in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina, United States of America (history of Greenville, Sc : [1]) at the Old Greenville General Hospital the third child and only Son of Donnie Joe Blackstone of Grove Station, Greenville, SC and Janet Maxine Spearman Blackstone of Brushy Creek, Piedmont, Anderson, SC.. Donnie was raised in The Judson Mill Community [2]. on West Wilburn and Valley Street, I'm dedicated to my work here on wikitree just as I was for years being a professional automobile technician & restorer of vintage automobiles, I've had the opportunity to work on all kinds of automobile's, also a WWII Jeep that I restored that was in the VFW Museum in Greenville County, South Carolina many in Car & Truck shows, restored pedal cars one of my favorite was a 1962 Buck Reveara, I started working on Cars as a child in my friends fathers garage in Judson, Greenville, SC, I got my first car after my uncle passed away in 1986 it was his 1966 Chrysler Newport. many other cars came and went over the years, started working at Lawton Lumber yard that year. but landed a job with Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet in 1992 in the body shop after working as a clean up boy on freshly painted cars they ask did I want to work on cars I wanted to paint! Kevin Whitaker and GM Corporation sent me to Atlanta School of Paint to get my certification. In 1995 I went to work on dragcars this is when I learned to cut and buff automobiles this makes a car flawless, 1998 I went to work doing plumbing with my uncle Piedmont Rooter after a year, I went to work at Hartness International that's when I took a class in Blue print drawing and readying, I left their went to work at Charlie's Body Shop in Pelzer, SC. I built my shop at home. after this I went back to GMC another dealership called Arnett Moters they was located in Anderson, SC. I left GMA went back to Charlie's Body Shop my dad died around this time this was in 2005, I opened my Body Shop full-time 2005. Well between 2005 and 2012, (I was in my own world). I worked in my shop? during this time 2010 wasn't good, I lost my mother, I completly lost my self by this time I had been drinking over 20 years about 2012 we also lost a child, this child would have been my 5th child with my 2nd wife. I stop drinking on December 13, 2014 after finding out I had cirrhosis of the live, I tured my life over to the Lord and we made many trips to the MUSC hospital in Charleston, South Carolina as of (July 25, 2018 my liver is working but cirrhosis never goes away this date will be updated) around 2015/16 for an early Christmas gift my son in law & 2nd oldest daughter by my first wife gave me a 23andme test and I sent it in, I didn't even know what a DNA test was. Lol now 2016, I needed something in my life and God Blessed me by being invited to Wikitree by Ms.Cousins (and I thank her so much). after researching endlessly where John Hiram Blackstone Sr est. 1805sc1849? was from, and his parents names, I still haven't found this information out. 2018 has been quite a year so far we are expecting a little boy we have decided his name to be Hiram Gabriel Blackstone. we was expecting another child 2020 we had another miscarriage, Now working on my family here in South Carolina I have come across lots about natives being kin folk, At the end of the Revolutionary War, all of present-day Greenville, Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties was Cherokee land. my families was already here before they changed to counties or districts so if family was born on Cherokee land seems that makes them natives right? Hope to find more. I will add more later. added on January 24, 2019 Information shared says the many of the Scots Irish migrated from Pennsylvania down the Shenandoah Valley to the Carolina’s O- yea...How blessed is the man whose quiver is full? Feeling Blessed!!

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may i never mistake a single mistake with a final mistake. ...

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hi, im chidale blackwood, my dad is jerry neal dillashaw, his dad was claude michael dillashaw, and his dad was joseph samuel dillashaw, and his dad was william pressley dillashaw...i see you as editing a lot of my relatives...i would be very interested in your help tracing my roots back to europe, french aristocracy maybe?
posted by Chidale Blackwood
Do you know anything about William Pressley Dillashaw’s parents? Chidale Blackwood, my Delachaux./Dillashaw family was In South Carolina. Jaques Francois Delachaux (1745 - 1790).

Just looking his parents maybe Peter (Delachaux) Dillashaw bef.1800 and Mary Cathy (Graham) Dillashaw (bef. 1805) It looks like they married in 1822?

posted by Donnie Blackstone
edited by Donnie Blackstone
Name Rachel Conrad (born Lowe)

Gender Female Birth July 1828 Macon County, North Carolina USA Marriage July 20 1848 Davidson, North Carolina, United States Death May 1 1901 Davidson County, North Carolina USA Father Abraham Lowe Mother Margaret Taza Lowe (born Millsaps) Husband Henrick Hendrick Henry Conrad

Children Charles Franklin Conrad Robert Winfield Conrad Mary Adeline Mc Donald Flavius L. Conrad

Siblings Nancy Miller (born Lowe) Jesse Lowe Gideon Lowe Basuba Dodgen (born Lowe) Mary Huddleston (born Lowe)

posted by Larry Peterson
Hi Donnie! It looks like you're creating some duplicate profiles this morning. Don't forget to search and connect to the existing ones. : )
posted by Karen Lowe
Whoops! It looks like this is happening in part because some earlier duplicates weren't caught. I'm proposing some merges for the Presley/Pressley family, which is quite close to my daughter.
posted by Karen Lowe
Hi Donnie,

Happy New Year! In order to keep up with the South Carolina Project, g2g posts about South Carolina and everything else South Carolina, please add the tag South_Carolina to your profile. Be sure to use the underscore between the two words.

Thanks,

Paula

posted by Paula J
Happy New Year, I added South_Carolina and commented Anderson, Oconee, Greenville, Spartanburg, Pickens, Pickensville, Washington District, Seneca, Newberry, Sullivan Township, Laurens, Level Land, Abbeville, Brushy Creek, Pendleton District, Dacusville, Pumpkintown, McCommick, 96 District, Grove Station, Piedmont, Pelzer, Williamston,

I may add more or do I need to just remove the towns and Communities, ?

Thank you.

posted by Donnie Blackstone
edited by Donnie Blackstone
You can leave the towns and communities. When hovering over the tag others can see exactly where your focus is.
posted by Laura DeSpain
Ok yes seems some of the family was in South Carolina then moved to North Carolina, Georgia then I believe the Mills may have been the reason some moved back to Piedmont, Greenville, area. Thanks for helping me out Laura DeSpain.
posted by Donnie Blackstone
Hi Donnie, I am researching Abraham Creasman 1782-1870. I am a descendant of Jesse C. Creasman 1804-1870 > Sophronia Creasman Baldwin abt 1834 - unknown> William Pinkney Creasman but went by Baldwin after his mother's marriage>Franklin (Frank) Creasman (changed to Krecman 1880-1952> William Vernon Krecman 1907-1956> Roy Eugene Kreceman 1933-1974> Eva Jane (Hampton) Kreceman Porter> myself. I am working on finding documention on each descendant of mine and my family. Any help would with suggestions would be great.
posted by Kris (Kreceman) Porter
Hi Donnie,

Welcome to US Southern Colonies Project. Specifically welcome to the Province of Carolina, Province of North Carolina (1721-1776) Team, Province of South Carolina (1721-1776) Team, and Jamestown Colony, Virginia Team (1607-1624/25) . If you will send me your email address by private email, I will add you to the team pages so that you receive messages when something is posted on them. I will also add you to the Google Group.

On each Team page please post what areas of interest you have /ancestors.. Below my name I am going to leave the links to the pages for you..

Thank you for your interest in these areas.

Mary Richardson Team Leader

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:US_Southern_Colonies_Jamestown_Team

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:US_Southern_Colonies_Province_of_Carolina_Team

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:US_Southern_Colonies_Province_of_North_Carolina_(1712-1776)_Team

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:US_Southern_Colonies_Province_of_South_Carolina_(1712-1776)_Team

posted by Mary Richardson
Thank you Melanie Paul for noticing that I am a Wonderful Wikitreer!!
posted by Donnie Blackstone
edited by Donnie Blackstone
David thinks you are a
wonderful wikitreer
Donnie Blackstone is a Wonderful WikiTreer.
posted by Melanie Paul
Hi Donnie, We Are Connected Through My Connecticut Couch Line. Please Contact me if You Would Like More Information. Your Information and Detail is Amazing.
Hi Donnie,

I’ve not heard back from you regarding the US Southern Colonies Project so have gone ahead and removed you from the project for now. However, if you’d like to rejoin at any stage you would be most welcome to do so by answering the G2G sign-up post here.

Many thanks,

Susie :-)

Hi Donnie,

I sent you a message a week ago to let you know about the exciting changes in the US Southern Colonies Project to ask you about your continued involvement but have no yet heard back from you. Do you still want to be in the project? If so, which team(s) would you like to be on and please can you private message me with your e-mail address so I can get you added to the project’s Google Group?

If I don’t hear from you by the same time next week I’ll assume that you’ve moved on to other things but you’d be most welcome to re-join the project at any time.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Best wishes,

Susie - US Southern Colonies Co-Leader

Hi Donnie,

As you may have seen, we have been doing some restructuring in the US Southern Colonies Project and are now organising ourselves into different teams. We have also changed the criteria for membership. Please have a look at the new project pages, and let me know whether you would like to remain in the project and, if so, which team(s) you would like to be in.

Please can you also send me your e-mail address. I can then make sure you are introduced to your Team Leaders and are in the Google Group.

Please note that it is a requirement for membership in the US Southern Colonies Project that you respond to these check-ins. We’re really excited for the future of the project and hope that you decide to be a part of it with us moving forwards.

Many thanks,

Susie, US Southern Colonies Project Co-Leader

Hi Donnie,

We haven’t heard back from you concerning the Scottish Clans Transition. If we haven’t received a response from you by 28 March 2020, you will be welcome to rejoin by answering the current g2g thread for joining the Scotland Project.

Best Regards,

Sarah Mason, Scotland PC

posted by Sarah Mason
Donnie, I had not reviewed your profile to read how OUTSTANDING you are as a Wikitreer! THANK YOU for all you do for our ancestors and making Wikitree the best genealogy site on the net! Your contributions are ENORMOUS!
posted by Juliet (Adams) Wills
Hello

My name is Amy and I’m a co-Leader for the Scotland Project. As you may have heard, we have merged the Scottish Clans project into the Scotland Project. I am contacting you today to find out if you are interested in continuing with us under this new format. If you would like to go forward on the Scottish Clans Team, please reply and let me know which clans you have been working on or would like to work on. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely, Amy Gilpin, Scotland Project Co-Leader

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
David Samuel Spearman

BIRTH 1774 Virginia, USA DEATH 1851 (aged 76–77) Anderson County, South Carolina, USA BURIAL Shiloh United Methodist Church Cemetery Piedmont, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA MEMORIAL ID 203379999 ·

Information shows him buried in Shiloh Church Cemetery not sure if it’s this one or the original one that is said to be down the rd from the present one. He was married to Nancy Clardy, his parents was Edmund Spearman and Dinah Dishman Spearman they are said to be buried behind the old Fred’s store in Piedmont, Anderson County, South Carolina

Biography

Information of The Clardy History -written in 1941 tells of some that come in 1790 and others came later. 'Benjamin Clardy and his wife Agnes Booth Clardy, his 3 son-in-law [sic] John Clardy (husband of Mary Clardy) David Spearman, husband of Nancy Clardy and Jimmy Fleming (husband of Sally) moved from Halifax County, Virginia to South Carolina to make their home Stephen Booth (Agnes Booth Clardy's brother also came, Other's mentioned in the story were Job Clardy, Ellisworth Clardy, Henry Spencer, Polly Gambrell, Statons, and others.

U.S., Appointments of U. S. Postmasters

David Spearman in the U.S., Appointments of U. S. Postmasters, 1832-1971 Name: David Spearman Post Office Location: Gold Springs, Anderson, South Carolina Appointment Date: 12 Jan 1835 Volume #: 10 Volume Year Range: 1832-1844

1810 Census

Name: David Spearman Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Pendleton, South Carolina Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3 Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : 1 Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1 Number of Household Members Under 16: 4 Number of Household Members Over 25: 2 Number of Household Members: 6

1820 Census

Name: David Spearman Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Pendleton, South Carolina Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820 Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 2 Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 18: 1 Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1 Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1 Foreigners not Naturalized: 4 Free White Persons - Under 16: 5 Free White Persons - Over 25: 2 Total Free White Persons: 9 Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9

1830 Census

Name: David Spearman [Dana Spearman] Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Anderson, South Carolina Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1 Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1 Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59: 1 Free White Persons - Under 20: 4 Total Free White Persons: 6 Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 6

1840 Census

Name: David Spurman [David Spearman] [David Speerman] Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Anderson, South Carolina Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1 Free White Persons - Males - 60 thru 69: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 60 thru 69: 1 Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1 Persons Employed in Manufacture and Trade: 1 No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 3 Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2 Total Free White Persons: 4 Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 4

1850 Census

Name: David Spearmon [David Spearman] Age: 76 Birth Year: abt 1774 Birthplace: Virginia Home in 1850: Eastern Subdivision, Anderson, South Carolina, USA Gender: Male Family Number: 748 Neighbors: View others on page: Household Members: Name Age David Spearmon 76 Nancy Spearmon 77 Nancy Ann Spearmon 40

Burial

Shilow United Methodist Church Cemetery, Piedmont S.C Shiloh Church in Piedmont SCPosted 25 May 2013 by judicwillard

CEMETERY LOCATION:

Located in back of the old Piggley Wiggley store.

Latitude N 34 42.146 x Longitude W 82 28.254

CHURCH/CEMETERY HISTORY:

Spearman descendants, believes that Edmund Spearman and his wife, Dinah Oldham, are buried in this cemetery along with their son and daughter-in- law, David Samuel "Samuel" Spearman and his wife, Nancy Clardy. They came from Caroline County, VA. URL: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/203379999?createdMemorial=Yes

Shiloh has a long and fine history in this upstate corner of South Carolina. In a community known back then as Golden Springs, there was a general merchandise store which handled the mail delivered by pony express from Williamston Railroad Station. In this early 1800 community, the Holy Spirit directed the organization of a church. It began as Shiloh Methodist Episcopal Church in 1815. Land for the building site was donated by the late David Spearman family. He was a strong layman who gave leadership for many years. From the beginning until the present time, his descendants have been members of this church. Shiloh’s first building was of log construction, which was replaced before the Civil War by a frame building in 1860. This frame building served as sanctuary until it was replaced by the former brick building in 1938 that stood until 1995. Now in a forth sanctuary, members worship in a grand and beautiful sanctuary.

+7 more children if they are this many more I can't find them, possibly daughter https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?dbid=60525&h=114628862&indiv=try&o_vc=Record:OtherRecord&rhSource=7667

Parents

Edmund Spearman of Essex County, Virginia and Dinah Dishman, both came to Brushy Creek, Anderson County, South Carolina, United States and are buried in Piedmont, Anderson County, South Carolina, United States at the section of Hwy 86 & Blossom Branch Rd, behind the Grocery store & Freds, It is a little Cemetery It does have a Fence around it this property belongs to the family and is not to be "SOLD" it is the original SPEARMAN FAMILY CEMETERY, information has been told to the Family all our life’s me Donnie Alan Blackstone and is also information found in record's of Old Pendleton District. This family is one of the Original Settlers of the area, later the cemetery at Shilow United Methodist Church was organized and is the place other Spearman family is buried of this original line. This line of Spearman family are descendents of Colonel John Catlett of Virginia some say and they was an Old Cemetery at the end of Shiloh Church rd close to hwy 29 it was the old Spearman / Richardson Cemetery

Note: on Information above where it says Wife was Dinah Oldham it has since been found that her name was Dinah Dishman she was listed in her dad’s Will he was David Dishman if anyone disagrees with any information on here please contact me and let’s talk. Thanks for any other information

God rest our ancestors..

Parents

  • Edmund Spearman (1750–1804)
  • Dinah Dishman Spearman (1753–1815)

Spouse

  • Nancy Clardy Spearman (1774–1855)

Children Listed

  • Benjamin James Spearman (1804–1879)
  • Francis Asbury Spearman (1816–1893)
posted by Donnie Blackstone
Both Laban and Joshua Dodson were married to women named Mary. Laban was married to Mary Ann Martin - see the marriage source for Laban Dodson.
posted by Carol Wilder
I am aware that Laban Dodson's wife was Mary Ann Martin. Mary Ann is named as his wife in the biography with the exact date of their marriage with a source cited for the marriage record. I have not yet created a profile for Mary Ann.
posted by Carol Wilder
William Blackstone (abt. 1595 - 1675) like to talk to any one from this line. Thanks
posted by Donnie Blackstone
Look for birth date of John Blackstone in the Georgia, Compiled Marriages, 1754-1850. source: [1]

Name: John Blackstone Spouse: Martha M. Rowland Marriage Date: 8 Mar 1848 Marriage County: Richmond Marriage State: Georgia

posted by Donnie Blackstone
Cousin Donnie, every contribution to WikiTree improves the quality of our Shared Tree. The Appreciation Team thanks you for all your efforts by making more than 1,000 contributions during the month of September.

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Cousin Donnie, the Appreciation Team thanks for you for efforts toward making our Shared Tree the best it can be with your 1000+ contributions during August 2019. You are an important part of what we are all about!

Pippin Sheppard

WikiTree’s Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard
Hey Donnie,

I have no idea about Jasper or Susan Clardy or another wife. Please take it on and find information to beef them up. I have abandoned them for you to take on - I think they may be related through my Hunt line via the Mauldin's?

Mags

posted by Mags Gaulden
Hello, Donnie,

We are sorry to lose you as a member of the Military and War Project, but we understand that life gets busy and interests shift. Please know that you will always be welcome to rejoin the project in the future if you wish.

Thank you so much for your participation; we genuinely appreciate it.

Deb ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Deb (Lewis) Durham
Hello, Donnie,

It has been a couple of weeks since we contacted you about your participation in the Military and War Project, and we are following up to make sure you wish to remain a member.

If you wish to remain, please let us know how you have been contributing to the tasks and goals of the project or any of its sub-projects recently, it would be very helpful to the leaders.

If we do not hear back from you within the week, we will assume you have moved on to other things and remove you from the project. You will always be welcome to rejoin should your interests shift back in this direction.

Thank you,

Deb ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by Deb (Lewis) Durham
Hi Cousin Donnie!

In July 2019, you made 1000+ (actually over 9000) contributions to our Shared Tree! We commend for your time and effort. Keep up the great work!

Pip Sheppard

WikiTree Appreciation Team

posted by Pip Sheppard

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