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bob winburn (#47358357)
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Debra Young-Morrison
RE: John Winburn.
thank you
Added by Debra Young-Morrison on May 03, 2013 10:21 AM
Debra Young-Morrison
John Winburn
Do you have any further info on John Winburn? Date of Death marriage etc. Thanks
Added by Debra Young-Morrison on May 02, 2013 1:31 PM
Bob, you say you use free sites, hope you use a great one. Merle
Added by Merle on Nov 10, 2011 7:23 AM
Bob, will keep you in mind if I come across anything. I don't have any paid sites, but we have most at our genealogy library. I still work, so only get to spend about 30 minutes there Tues. thru Fri.

I also go to Salt Lake City for a week end of Sept. with several others.

Added by Merle on Nov 09, 2011 9:56 PM
Bob, hopefully the Miss. lady's papers survived and became part of some University records or some other repository. Doubtfully that your William and/or Martha born Ala. When they were born, Ala. was still very much Indian territory.
I noted 3 Winburne families on 1840, may be more. Found Edwin in the correct age bracket with one other male same age bracket and an older female born 1780-1790, probably his mother. One female slave in the household. The other two Winburne families, the census was torn for first names. One might have been S. Winburne and the other William? All had slaves. Tomorrow I will take a look at the slave schedules. Merle
Added by Merle on Nov 08, 2011 10:54 PM
Bob, yes, I've seen the black Lauderdale Winburn's and noticed that some have the same given names as the whites. One is Guliford Winburn. A Henry Winburn married a Sarah Winburn 1833, probably cousins. Three children. Henry died by 1838. widow Sarah married Champion Anderson. Think she buried Winbourn cem. with your William and Martha. Probably either she or Henry child of William and Martha. Do you know from where the dates for William and Martha came from? Markers? If I find any links I will let you know. Merle
Added by Merle on Nov 08, 2011 7:45 AM
Bob, in my first message to you, I explained that I'm doing research for a college friend. Roger and his cousin Sarah were great grandchildren of Charles Lewis Winburne Find A Grave #12187883, Erath Co. Tex. He son of Edwin Winburne Find A Grave #10161491, Lauderdale Co. Ala. I knew their grandfather Ed Winburn. Does this Edwin connect to your William. I've been collecting Lauderdale Co. Winburn (various spellings) data. I'm sure they all related and came from N.C.
Regards, Merle
Added by Merle on Nov 07, 2011 8:17 AM
Bob, noticed you connected to William Winborne of Lauderdale Co. Ala. I'm doing research for a friend whose great great grandfather was Edwin Winborn born 1812 findagrave #10161491. Edwin's son Charles Lewis/Louis Winburne to Tex. large family. Thanks, Merle
Added by Merle on Nov 06, 2011 8:40 AM
Karla Calhoun
RE: Elbert Sloan
Hi again,
I just realized that you might know my grandaddy, Roy Sloan. Did you ever know him or my gm Alma Glover?


Added by Karla Calhoun on Oct 27, 2011 7:20 AM
Karla Calhoun
RE: Elbert Sloan
Thanks again for all your help. With the info you have given me, I think I may be able to find her grave. I hope to go back to MS one day as well.

Added by Karla Calhoun on Oct 27, 2011 7:18 AM
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