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Charles Welch and Violet

Posted by mikegen48 on April 1, 2013

Charles Welch was born in 1785 in South Carolina. He died on 11 Dec 1859 in Perry County, Alabama.
Charles married Violet on 20 Jun 1808 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. Violet was born during 1785 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. She died about 1844 in Perry County, Alabama.
They had the following children:

Charles Welch was born in 1811 in South Carolina. He died in 1855 in Kentucky.
Christina Welch was born during 1815 in South Carolina. She died about 1849 in Grainger County, Tennessee.
Francis Welch was born in 1818 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. He died in 1878 in Kentucky.
Abraham Welch was born circa 1821 in South Carolina. He died during 1855 in Hopkins County, Kentucky.
Mary Welch was born on 24 Aug 1823 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. She died circa 1874 in Kentucky.
Stephen Welch was born circa 1826 in South Carolina. He died on 9 Mar 1894 in Kentucky.
Christopher Welch was born about 1829 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. He died on 20 May 1873 in Kentucky.
Ralph S. Welch was born in 1832 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. He died about 1838 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina.
Leonard T. Welch was born in 1835 in South Carolina. He died in 1917 in Kentucky.
Michael Crawford Welch was born about 1838 in South Carolina. He died in 1898 in Kentucky.
Samuel Welch was born on 1 May 1841 in South Carolina. He died circa 1900 in Kentucky.

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