IF EBRON is also EBORNE the following may be of interest to researchers of this name - My Great Grandfather passed down a genealogy written by him in 1894 and I have been researching EBORN for about 10 years now - This is the first I have found this derivative of the name tho!
I haven't that much on it tho - it started (With no Sources stated)
Early 1600's -
HENRY EBORNE m. ELIZABETH BARROW
Daughter REBECCA EBORN m. JOHN HARDY
Their daughter ELIZABETH HARDY married WILLIAM CAIN SR.
CAINS are of Pasquotank, NC.
Hyde County, NC
The county was formed December 3, 1705, as Wickham Precinct, one of three precincts within Bath County. The name "Wickham" was derived from the manor of "Temple Wycombe" in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom, the family home of John Archdale, Governor of North and South Carolina from 1695 to 1696. In 1712 it was renamed Hyde Precinct, for Edward Hyde, Governor of North Carolina from 1711 to 1712. In 1739 Bath County was abolished, and Hyde Precinct became Hyde County.
HENRY may have been a son of GEORGE EBORN. I am researching in Beaufort & Hyde Counties, NC. There was a Book -tho out of Print I'm sure -
The Eborns of Matchapungo, Hyde, and Beaufort Counties, North Carolina, and allied families / compiled by Betty Hicks Cutting.
Published/Created: Greenville, SC (325 Arundel Rd., Greenville 29615)
Beaufort County, NC - Land & Deed Records
3 August 1702 - Henry EBORNE records the following rights on an entry he made
29 July 1702, in Marchapongoo Creek containing an old field:
Elizabeth his wife
John BARRAS, Senr.
John BARRS, Junr.
I BELIEVE, this MAY be the son of the first HENRY EBORNE -
Research led me to ENGLAND - I found -
BRITISH HISTORY ON LINE
Inhabitants of London in 1638
St. Botolph without Aldersgate, London
MS. p. 346.
IGI Individual Record -
Christening:08 JAN 1597Coleshill, Warwick, England
Christening:03 NOV 1674Leamington Priors, Warwick, England
Christening:23 OCT 1683Ashow, Warwick, England
Christening:20 MAR 1595Holy Trinity, Coventry, Warwick, England
One Henry EBORN died 20 Oct 1732 Beaufort County, North Carolina -
Eborn, Henry. Oct. 20, 1732, probated Mar. Court 1733. Nathaniel Eborn,son of Henry and Elizabeth, son Henry Eborn, wife Elizabeth, sonLittleton, James Eborn, son of Nathaniel and Ann, daughter RhodaLayson, daughter Mary Eborn, daughter Anne Jones.
Hyde County NcArchives Wills.....Eborn, Henry 1732
Source: Nc Wills & Inventories - Grimes
HENRY EBORN'S WILL.
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, The twentieth Day of October,
Anno Domini, 1732. I, Henry Eborn, of Matchapungo, in the
County of hide, and in the Province of North Carolina, being
very sick and weak In body, but of Perfect mind and memory,
thanks be given unto God, Therefore calling unto mind the
mortality of my body, and knowing That it is appointed for
all men once to dye, I Do make and ordain This my last will
and Testament, That is to say, the Principally and first of all,
I Give and Recomend my Soul Into the hands of God that
Gave it; and my body I Recomend to the earth to be buried
In a decent, Christian Burial at the Discretion of my Execu-
tors, Nothing Doubting but but at the General Resurection
I shall Receive the Same again by ye mighty power of God;
and as touching Such worldly Estate where with It hath
pleased God to bless me In this Life, I Give and Demise and
Dispose of the Same In the following manner and form:
Imprimis. I Give and bequeath unto Nathaniel Eborn, the
son of Henry Elizabeth Eborn, a trak of Land butted and
bounded by George Mixon on one side, and William Cambal
on the other side, Joyned on the Creek of Matchapungo; and
two three years old steers, two killable hogs, and a Greate
Coate and herling heifer to the said Nathaniel Eborn, son
Item. To Henry Eborn, my Dear Son, I Give and bequeath
him my plantation, the Said Henry Eborn, The son of Henry
and Elizabeth Eborn is to let the said Elizabeth Eborn, his
Mother have the said plantation till the said Henry Eborn
comes to age, and then the said Elizabeth is to Delivered up
the said plantation to the said Henry Eborn, her Dear Son,
and the said Elizabeth Eborn, the mother of the said Henry
Eborn, is to hold half of the said plantation for her Wid-
owed, the horse, Mill & all things In General as belongs to the
said plantation, all Chattle That are his In Generall, and two
young Cows acalfs, and one old Gun, and the said Henry Eborn
my Dear Son a negro man man Jack.
Item. I Give and bequeath to my Dear Son, Littletun
Eborn, a plantation with Chattel situated one the west Side
of Broad Creek, with all the Sheep, two heifers of his marke,
and a Plantation Pantego, on the East side, and if the said
Henry Eborn, the son of Henry and Elizabeth Eborn, Dyes
without heir lawfully begotten of his body, It falls to Littletun
Eborn, the Brother of the Said Henry Eborn Plantation, and
if the said Littletun Eborn enjoyed the saide Plantation of
Henry Eborn, he is to Give Salathyel Layson, Son of Evens
Rhoda Layson, The said Plantation of Broad Creek; and the
other Plantation laying on Pantego to James Eborn the son
of Nathaniel and Anne Eborn.
Item. I Give to my Dear Son, Littiltun Eborn, a black
wonut table and Lignumvite Punch bowle, and a large bible, a
Great brass kittell, and the new Gun & a Negro Man, named
Jupiter, and a Bed and a bolster; And if the Said Elizabeth
Eborn Marries, the Said Henry Eborn and Littiltun Eborn,
her sons, are to have all ye plantation and Stock and hous-
hold Good, to be Delivered at 18 years of Age.
Item. I Give to Henry Eborn, My Dear Son, three ewes
to be Delivered next Spring.
Item. I Give to my Dear wife, the work of the Negro Man
named Jack as long as she Continues a wedower.
Item. I Give to my Dear Daughter, Rhoda Layson, a Bed,
Two Sheets, two Blankets, a Rog and bolster, and a small Chest,
a puder Dish, two basons, a horse named byard, to have at her
Mother Marriage or other husband Comeing again, two plates
and three ewes, all her chattel that was called hers, two heifers,
three years old and a four years old one, and a Large Cheare.
Item. I Give to my Dear Daughter, Mary Eborn, a bed, a
bolster, two sheets, and two Blankets, and a Rug, and all the
Chattel as was hers, two Plates, two Basons and a Dish, and a
Iron pot & three ewes, a large chare and a Linnen wheel.
Item. I Give to my Daughter, Rhoda Layson, a Iron pot.
Item. I give to my Dear Daughter, Elizabeth Eborn, a
bed, a bolster, a pair of Sheets, a pair of Blankets and a Rugg,
a Iron pot, a Small Chest, a Chear, two basons and a Dish,
and two plates, three ewes, all her chattel that are hers, a young
Cow, a Calf, and a horse called fox, to be Delivered at the day
of her marriage.
Item. I Give to my Dear Daughter, Anne Jones, one shilling.
Item. I Give to my dear Daughter Rebecker Deedan, one
Item. I Desire that William Barrow and Nathaniel Eborn
and Thomas Smith, May see that they may be over Seer for me
the said Henry Eborn.
Item. I Give to my Dear wife, Elizabeth Eborn, all the
Chattle that is not the Childrens, and all the Remainder of
the sheep, two working horses named Jack and Dobing, a plow
and harness, a cart wheels, and a new pair of wheels, and all
the Remainder of the houshold Goods.
Item. I Give unto my wellbeloved wife, and Henry Eborn,
my Dear Son, whome I likewise make and ordain my Sole
Executors of this my will and testament by her and himself
freely to be possessed and enjoyed. and I Do hereby Utterly
Disallowe, Revoke and Disannul all and every other former
Testament, Wills, legacies and bequests and executors by me, In
any way was before named, willed and bequeathed, Ratifying
and Confirming this now to be my last will and (and) Testament.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal
the Day and Year above writing.
HENRY 0 EBORN (Seal)
Signed, and Sealed, publick, pronounced
and Declared by the said Henry Eborn,
as his last will and testament, In the
Presents of us the Subscribers:
GEORGE N MIXON.
BEAUFORT, SC. March Court, 1732.
The within Will was Proved in Open Court by the Oath of George Mixon.
Test. JNO. COLLISON,Cler: Cur.
Copied from the Original Will, filed in the Office of the Secretary of State.
Son of Henry II
NATHANIEL EBORN Born 1710
1786 Census - Hyde County, NC
Nathaniel Eborn 2 1 3 0 0
Epharim Eborn 1 2 4 1 0
Jahu Eborn 1 0 0 0 1
Joacam Ebern 1 2 2 0 2
Henry Eborn 2 2 3 6 7
NC STATE WIDE - COURT - Colonial Court Papers, Group 7: Miscellaneous Papers; Burgesses, Lord Granville
1697-1769 Treaties, Petitions, Agreements, and Court Cases
Petition of inhabitants of Matchapongo for protection from Indians who are abusing or damaging cattle and threatening inhabitants. Signed: Nicholas DAW, Charles SMITH, John ?BRENT, Richard BATCHELOR, Simon SOSENE, Henry SLAID, Richard JES[smeared], Robert MALMER, Roger MONNTRARY, William WINN, James WELCH, Henry EBORN. No date.(between 1703 - 1707 on paper)
I have more on the EBORNS if anyone is interested - I am currently re-researching my Eborne line and will respond to whoever is interested -