There are several Pippins among the Carolingians. This Pippin (773-810) was Charlemagne’s son and the father of Bernard, king of Italy.
He was born in 1778 and died after 1828. He attended a biracial church. These primary, old, handwritten documents say he lived a remarkable life and deserves our honor. Great links!
He lived from 748 to 814. He was the greatest ruler in the Medieval Age in his known world and surpassed the conquests and glory of many kings for centuries. Continue reading
It’s good to know this Wilbourn was here so early.
Hundreds of names other than Wilbourns are included in this post about probate and marriages.
Dozens and dozens of names other than Wilbourns are included in this post of raw data of court records and deeds.
Early Wilbourns involved in probate, with other names. It’s very likely John and Edward were brothers.
Lots of names other than Wilbourns are in this post about probate and marriages.
A short post with names other than the Wilbourns involved in a court case in 1752-1753.
This short post includes names other than Wilbourns,