Early Wilbourns involved in probate, with other names. It’s very likely John and Edward were brothers.
February 4, 1746/7: Joseph Hawkins, Gent., v. John Wilburn, the same is to be continued (Court Order p. 406)
March 4, 1746/7: Joseph Hawkins, Gent., plaintiff v. Edward Wilburn, defendant. The plaintiff proved his account against the said defendant, for one pound, nine shillings, and three pence, current money and the same is continued for the garnishee (Court Order Book, p. 410)
June 2, 1747: Joseph Hawkins, Gent., plaintiff v. Edward Willburn, defendant, by attachment } this day came the plaintiff by his attorney, and the defendant being solemnly called came not and Philemon Hawkins, the garnishee, appeared and on oath declared he had sufficient of the estate of the said defendant in his hands to discharge the said debt and costs; therefore it is considered by the court that the said Philemon Hawkins pay unto the plaintiff the sum of one pound, nine shillings, and three pence, plus costs by him about his suit in his behalf expended (Court Order Book, p. 422)
June 7, 1748: John Dunkin v. Edward Willburn, the same is dismissed (Court Order Book, p. 468)
Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, 1746-1748, McLean, Virginia: the Antient Press, 2000. This book contains Spotsylvania County Orders taken from Spotsylvania County Order Book 1738-1749, pp. 392-504, for Courts held 8th September 1746 through 9th of March 1748/9.
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Other Wilbourns in This Series (in alphabetical order):
Early Wilbourns of Spotsylvania County
Most of these posts have names other than Wilbourn. Some posts have hundreds of names.