*Did Bob's mother had black hair?
Does Bob's mother have black hair?
Did Bob's mother have black hair (then)?
Has Bob's mother had black hair (in the past)? Present Perfect
Had Bob's mother had black hair (in the past)? Past Perfekt
Quite simply put: the Past Participle of 'have is 'had', and to form the Past Perfective Tense, you must use the Simple Past Tense of 'have', which is also 'had', not 'did'.
No verb in English, nor I doubt in other languages, forms its Past Perfective Tense, should such an animal exist in that language, using the Past Tense of 'do', ie 'did'
Some verbs used to use the PT of 'be' to form a Past Perfektive Tense, such as 'they were come to end the feud' You can read similar stuff in Charles Dickens' books, but I doubt many modern-day authors would write it like that. German still uses 'war = was' with a lot of verbs to form the Past Perfektive.
Can't think of an example of was + Past Participle' off the top of my head. Maybe one lurking around somewhere, but it will be very seldom usage.
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