Pendleton Clay Welborn1

M, #86, b. 16 September 1846, d. 9 November 1914
Last Edited=24 May 2011
     Pendleton Clay Welborn, son of James Lawrence Welborn and Tabitha Welch, was born on 16 September 1846 at Mico, Jones County, Mississippi. Pendleton Clay Welborn was the son of James Lawrence Welborn and Tabitha Welch.

Pendleton Clay Welborn appeared on the United States census of 1850 in the household of James Lawrence Welborn at Jones County, Mississippi.2

Pendleton Clay Welborn appeared on the United States census of 1860 in the household of James Lawrence Welborn at Ellisville, Jones County, Mississippi.3

Pendleton Clay Welborn served in the military during the Civil War.. He was in Company B, of the 1st Mississippi Cavalry, Captain Clayton's Company, Mississippi. The unit was also called Jasper's Defenders.

Company B, 1st Mississippi Cavalry, commanded by Col. J. C. Denis, surrendered at Citronelle, Alabama, by Lieut. Gen. R. Taylor, C.S.A., to Maj. Gen. E. B. S. Canby, U.S.A., May 4 1865 and was paroled at Columbus, Mississippi, May 16, 1865.

The battles for this Regiment were:
--Expedition from Holly Springs, Mississippi to Bolivar and Jackson, Tennessee July 25-August 1, 1862.
--Corinth October 3-4, 1862
--near Lamar November 6, 1862
--Hudsonville November 8, 1862
--Holly Springs December 20, 1862
--Thompson's Station March 5, 1863
--Amite River April 7, 1863
--Vicksburg Campaign May-July 1863
--Jackson Siege July 1863
--Meridian Campaign February-March 1864
--Atlanta Campaign May-September 1864
Campbellton July 28, 1864
Franklin-Nashville Campaign November 1864-January 1865
Wilson's Raid March-April 1865
Selma April 2, 1865.4,5,6,7

Pendleton Clay Welborn married Sara Jane Allen, daughter of William Lemual Allen and Margarette Jane Montgomery, on 16 September 1866 at Errata, Jones County, Mississippi.

In 1870, Pendleton Clay Welborn appeared on the United States Census, at Paulding, Jasper County, Mississippi.8

In 1880, Pendleton Clay Welborn appeared on the United States Census, at Jasper County, Mississippi.9

In 1900, Pendleton Clay Welborn appeared on the United States Census, at Jasper County, Mississippi.10

In 1910, Pendleton Clay Welborn appeared on the United States Census, at Stringer, Jasper County, Mississippi.11

Pendleton Clay Welborn died on 9 November 1914 at Jasper County, Mississippi, at age 68. Jasper County Mississippi Cemeteries 1833 - 1998 lists Pendleton Clay Welborn's burial as the Bay Springs City Cemetery in Bay Springs, Jasper County, Mississippi. This researcher, however, found his headstone at the Liberty Cemetery.4 and was buried at Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Stringer, Jasper County, Mississippi.1

Children of Pendleton Clay Welborn and Sara Jane Allen

Citations

  1. [S43] W. Monroe and Lanora Houston, Descendents of Aaron Welborn c 1798 - Sep 18 1858 and Lucy Stevenson Welborn c 1797 - c 1879 (11 Welborn Drive, Laurel, MS 39440 601-428-0087, e-mail address: Self Published, 1992). Hereinafter cited as Descendents of Aaron Welborn.
  2. [S37] 1850 United States Census, population schedule, Jones County, Mississippi, p. 124, family 127, reel 443586.; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.
  3. [S33] 1860 United States Census, population schedule, Ellisville, Jones County, Mississippi, p. 704, family 199.; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.
  4. [S15] Inc. Jones County Genealogical & Historical Organization, Jasper County Mississippi Cemeteries 1833-1998 (Laurel, Mississippi: Jones County Genealogical & Historical Organization, Inc, 1999). Hereinafter cited as Jasper County Cemeteries.
  5. [S46] H. Grady Howell, editor, For Dixie Land I'll Take My Stand! (Madison, Mississippi: Chicasaw Bayou Press, 1998), P. 3133.. Hereinafter cited as For Dixie Land.
  6. [S217] Civil War Military Service Records, National Archives (Washington, D.C.: U.S.Government). Hereinafter cited as Military Service Records.
  7. [S235] Stewart Sifakis, compiler, Compendium of the Confederate Armies, Mississippi (New York: Facts on File, Inc., 1995), p. 31-33.. Hereinafter cited as Compendium of the Confederate Armies.
  8. [S34] 1870 United States Census, population schedule, Paulding, Jasper County, Mississippi, p. 605, family 62.; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.
  9. [S35] 1880 United States Census, population schedule, Jasper County, Mississippi, p. 76, house 103, a farmer.; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.
  10. [S1] 1900 United States Census, population schedule, Jasper County, Mississippi, Supervision District #6, Enumeration District #53, Sheet #7, Line 44.; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.
  11. [S2] 1910 United States Census, population schedule, Stringer Village, Jasper County, Mississippi, page 351, family # 7.; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.