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  • Started 9 years ago by carol wheeldin warren
  • Latest reply from meme1953

  1. carol wheeldin warren

    Seeking info on the above, all spellings of which I have found for my ancestors.
    My ggrandfather, WILLIAM LAWRENCE WEELDON, black, was born in 1829 SC; perhaps in Sumpter, where there was a SARAH WHILDEN/WHEELDON who was a slaveholder.
    As w/most of the info found, there is much speculation, and I would be most grateful to hear from any descendants who just might recognize the name and lend a hand.
    Most sincerely,
    carol wheeldin warren.

    Posted 9 years ago #
  2. meme1953

    In the Cemetery Survey book Of Lee Co.S.C. there is a Whilden - McCutchen Family Cemetery a Caucasian cemetery, In this cemetery is in the Ashwood Community, of Lee Co.

    Sarah Wilden- DOB ? DOD Oct,16,1863
    Consort of William Whilden
    In early life she connected herself with
    the Presyterian Church.

    William Whilden
    DOB, Apr.25,1768
    DOD- Jan,7,1834

    Hope this is of some help to you.

    Posted 9 years ago #

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