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Re: Lydia Padgett m William Welborn ca 1788 SurryNC
Posted by: Ransome Welborn (ID *****1315) Date: August 25, 2004 at 19:39:29
In Reply to: Re: Lydia Padgett m William Welborn ca 1788 SurryNC by morris jackson of 2045

Hello Morris,

Thank you for the reply. The information was very enlightening. My Ancestor is Richard Wilbourn and his father Edward, Sr. What do the numbers mean following the names in the following lost tax list.

Surry County, North Carolina. Lost Tax Lists 1790-1800. Year 1794 in Series. Compiled and copyrighted 1998 by Iris Moseley Harvey, p. 50.

"Wilburn: Edward, 26; Edward Junr, 26; Richard, 21, 26;
William, 21."

I was trying to locate where William went after his father Issac died. I can't seem to find him in any census after he left Stokes Co. He may be an ancestor of Marjorie Wilser. I would also like to understand if there is any connection between Edward's family and Issac's. I have all of the census records for Surry from 1786. I have never seen any of Issac's family listed in a Surry Census, unless the other Richard was one of his. This Richard only appeared in one census. Stokes Co. was carved out of the Eastern part of Surry Co. Issac was located near the Germantown area of Stokes which was a long distance from where Edward's family was located at the junction of Mitchells River and Camp Creek in Surry Co. There was a Molly Wilbourn listed in an early Surry census with two females living with her.


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