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William Black and his descendants
Howard Clifton Black
|Statement||[Howard Clifton Black, Raymond Finley Hughes]|
|Contributions||Hughes, Raymond Finley, 1890-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
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William Black and his Descendants; a Genealogy of the Descendants of William Black of Augusta County, Virginia and later of Clark County, Kentucky, Howard Clifton Black, Held by the Allen County Public Library, Indiana and the Public Library of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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William Blake was a student of the Bible, but a fierce critic of the black-robed priests of Orthodoxy who condemned human beings to "hell" in the name of God. Today it seems Blake has been vindicated. The Bible published by the Roman Catholic Church, the New American Bible Revised Edition, doesn't contain a single mention of the word "hell.".
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William was born circaduring the reign of his grandfather King David I of Scotland. His parents were the King's son Henry and Ada de Warenne.
William was around 10 years old when his father died inmaking his elder brother Malcolm the heir apparent to their grandfather. From his father William inherited the Earldom of : Henry of Scotland.
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