The WPA was the Works Progress Administration which was a Federal Govt program to provide jobs.The Madison Co Ind records were transcribed by these people in 1938.These transcribed records do have errors in them, as can be well imagined, and I'm working from a database transcribed from those records, so errors are inevitable.Samuel J.'s last name probably is ALLEY and I found him on the 1880 census :
1880 Madison Co., Ind Census, Dist.20, Pipe Creek Twp, p.63A, at 49, 49 :
ALLEY, Hiram, 58, Sawmill Proprietor, Ind, Va, Ga.
" , Emily, 53, wife, Keeping House, Ind, Md, Md.
" , Dodridge B., 27, son, Works in Mill, Ind, Ind, Ind.
" , Joshua B., 22, son, Works in Mill, Ind, Ind, Ind.
" , SAMUEL, 20, son, Works in Mill, Ind, Ind, Ind.
" , William S., 18, son, Works in Mill, Ind, Ind, Ind.
" , Jonathan O., 16, son, Works in Mill, Ind, Ind, Ind.
Wright, Emma, 9, Niece, Ind, Ind, Ind.
Next Door at 50, 50 :
ALLEY, James L., 30, Works in Mill, Ind, Ind, Ind.
" , Langen (?)., 23 wife, Ind, NJ, NJ.
" , Izord, 5, dau, Ind, Ind, Ind.
" , Minnie, 3, dau, "Lung Fever", Ind, Ind, Ind.
" , Hiram, 1, son, Ind, Ind, Ind.
There were "ELLEY" families in earlier Madison Co., but I can only surmise that the spelling of that name evolved over time just as did Wilbourn to Wilborn to Welborn, or "Melville" was spelled phonetically as "Melvel".
(Melissa Welborn was living in 1880 Pipe Creek Twp with her parents, at dwelling 203, family 206.)
I have not found any information on Hannah Welborn other than on the 1880 Census.This leads me to speculate that Hannah was not her complete name and any marriage record may be listed as that unknown full name; OR she died young.I don't know.