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Re: Wilburn Plantation in Lunenburg County Virginia
Posted by: D. Gallion (ID *****1402) Date: August 22, 2011 at 15:07:24
In Reply to: Wilburn Plantation in Lunenburg County Virginia by D. Gallion of 1919

I was very excited when I saw the reference of "Wilburn Pkantation" I have a John Wilbourn in Mecklenburg Co. Va. and as we know many times names are spelled differently. My John Wilborn/Wilbourn was married to Sarah (LNU) and had ten children. He died before 28 Oct. 1819 when there was an estate sale held in Mecklenburg County.

A marriage between Isaac Bonaparte Bell to Etta Wilburn Hardy took place in Dinwiddie County, Va. on 27 March 1877. She and her husband are burried at Wilburn in the family cemetery in Lunenburg Co. Va.

I can find no connection between the Hardy family or the Bell family for Edda to have been given a middle name of Wilburn. Does any body have any information about these families ???

There is bound to be a connection somewhere. HELP

Dorothy Gallion

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