The Welborn Families of the Old Granville Region of North Carolina: A Study of the Multiple Welborns living in the Northern North Carolina Counties before 1850

The Welborn Families of the Old Granville Region of North Carolina: A Study of the Multiple Welborns living in the Northern North Carolina Counties before 1850

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The Welborn Families of the Old Granville Region of North Carolina: A Study of the Multiple Welborns living in the Northern North Carolina Counties before 1850 - Paul Rowland Julian. The primary objective of this work is to distinguish the multiple Welborns arriving in the Old Granville District of North Carolina before 1800 and to assign the Christian-named descendants to their proper families. The contents of these pages will help resolve some of the confusion of the genealogy of this relatively common North Carolina surname. Complete three-generation genealogies are not provided in all cases.

Topics include: The Welborn Families, The Old Granville District, and The Family Locations; The Duplicate Given Names: The Johns, The Williams, The Isaacs, The Jameses, The Thomases, and The Samuels; Family Precis and Formal Genealogy; and, Future Research. Appendices enhance the text: The Database; References; and, Petitions and Tax Records. This study is further enriched by tables: Time Span for the Arbitrary Generation Designation 2; Family Summary Table; Old Granville Location Table; 1810 Federal Census for Randolph County; Parsing the Age Distribution of the Children of Jesse Y. and Elizabeth Welborn; and, Census Age-class Summary for Family E.; as well as charts for: The Johns, The Williams, The Isaacs, The Jameses, The Thomases, and The Samuels. A full-name index adds to the value of this work.

2016, 6x9, paper, index, 228 pp.

101-J5715 ISBN: 0788457152