Please consider this to be fan e-mail.I absolutely love your research work!I am in awe of your talents and I am also in your debt for the fact that you have posted so much valued historical information and genealogy data on various genforums. Indeed, it is a real treat to read many of your postings that are loaded with historical data.
About me.I am a Wilburn researher. NO only am I attempting to locate all of my direct ancestors, but also collateral lines and allied families as well. Immigrant Wilburns are elusive.First Wilbourn citing is noted in Jamestown VA 1624. Indentured servants Welbourns (of varied spellings) are noted in VA between 1636 and 1654,as servants.
From c 1700 to1825, Wilburns married into the following families which appear to be from the same lines that you posted on various genfourms.
Adcock Allen Bird Blevins Cox Davenport Ellington Justice Layman Matthews Millirons...actually a Warner who m a Milliron Rice Runyan Smith Slaughter Wallen/Walling
Now for my questions.
1. Does the Matthews family in your researchconnect to any of the above families? If so, which families?
2. Do you know anything of Lewis Laymon who was in Owen Co IN in 1850? Lucinda Wilburn b 1830 lives in his residence.
3. Does the Layman family connect to any of the families that I noted in this message?
Your time and many talents are very much appreciated.
Vikky Wilburn Anders in San Diego
P.S. If there is any information that you feel that I have toshare, please let me know.