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Re: African American Keels
Posted by: carol warren (ID *****7634) Date: March 23, 2011 at 18:05:33
In Reply to: Re: African American Keels by edwin Anderson Burgess of 77

Hi Edwin,
Perhaps you can be of help to me w/info that I have been
unable to find after 13yrs of research.
My ggrandfather, WM LAWRENCE WEELDON, Black was born 1829 SC and is first found in 1870 Wilmington, NC.
Believe he was a slave in Sumter and find that the ANDERSON
and BURGESS surnames somehow are connected but cannot find how.
Find too, that the WEEDEN spelling of the surname is valid as well as WILDON, WILDEN, and WHILDEN.
Hope to hear from you.
Sincerely,
carol wheeldin warren.


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