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Re: STATE CENSUS OF N.C. 1784-1787
Posted by: carol warren (ID *****7634) Date: May 21, 2011 at 14:40:19
In Reply to: STATE CENSUS OF N.C. 1784-1787 by Howard Rainwater of 672

Hello Howard,
I find the STRINGFELLOW surname somehow connected to my
WEEDEN,WHILDEN,WEELDON/BROWN tri-racial family line for
which I am unable to make ANY connections?????
Have been at this research for 13yrs and have finally
concluded that there is a connection to the RI Indian WEEDENS thru my SC ancestors, tho I have yet to find the LINK.
Family lore told of being FPOC coming from England as indentured servants, but I find my ggrandfather, WM LAWRENCE WEELDON, Black, born 1829 SC, was a slave of the
WHEELDON/WHILDEN family of Christ Church and Sumter, SC.
My ggrandmother was CHARATA BROWN, mulatto, listed as born
1833 NC, altho I suspect VA or RI; fail to find ANY info
on either prior to 1870 Wilmington, NC where the family lived until 1910.
If of any interest, hope to hear from you.
Sincerely,
carol wheeldin warren.


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