I find your post interesting,when compared to post #7 on this forum. Both have a Lemuel C. Whedbee. Could this be two different Lemuels? Have you communicated with Edd Sewell about this? I certainly don't mean to fault either set of data, yours or Edd's. I am just curious about the parents of the Lemuel C. Whedbee born about 1809 in NC. One of Lemuel's sons, Daniel Benjamin Whedbee, was born 1842 in MO and married one of my great great aunts, Martha "Mattie" Jane Howard.
In the 1810 census of Chowan Co., NC (p. 413), Richard Whedbee had no children under 16, only one male 16-26 and only 2 females 16-26. In the 1810 census of Chowan Co., NC (p. 409), Benjamin Whedbee had 1 male child under 10, 1 male 26-45, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45. There were no Whedbees in the 1820 census index for Chowan Co., NC.
At least I know where one of the Lemuel C. Whedbees was in 1860, born about 1809 in NC. He was in Fannin Co., TX census with a wife named P. A. (Polly Ann), 5 children, and he was a physician.
I have more data if my line is the correct one you are looking for.
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