Sarah Florida (Welborn) Dillard

Family Tree & Genealogy Tools for Sarah Florida (Welborn) Dillard

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This is Sarah Florida (Welborn) Dillard's basic pedigree chart. There are many additional tools for Florida's genealogy below.

* Sarah Florida (Welborn) Dillard
Sarah Florida (Welborn) Dillard
18 Jun 1859 - 29 Apr 1937
Rabun County, Georgia

Sister of Nancy Minerva (Wellborn) Holcomb, James E. Welborn, John L. Welborn, Martin Welborn, Calsidona (Welborn) Thompson and George Wiley Welborn

Wife of John Barnard Dillard Jr.

Mother of John Lee Dillard, Sallie Missouri (Dillard) Brown, Nola Ellen (Dillard) Loggins, Norman Barnard Dillard, Holman Dillard, Goolie Rosalie (Dillard) Sorrells, Nannie W. Vera (Dillard) Thackston and Minnie Versa (Dillard) Ballentine

Wiley C. Welborn ancestors
1827 - 21 Mar 1865
Rabun County, Georgia, United States
Elisha Monroe Welborn ancestors
abt 1793 - abt Mar 1870
Anderson, Pendleton District, South Carolina, United States
* Aaron Welborn Sr ancestors
13 Oct 1760 - 06 Oct 1843
Rowan County, North Carolina
* James Welborn Sr. more treemore tree ancestors
18 Aug 1736 - 11 Aug 1811
* Isabella Mary Teague more treemore tree ancestors
1742 - 1821
* Elizabeth Younger ancestors
18 Mar 1762 - 11 Aug 1836
Rowan, North Carolina
* Thomas Younger more treemore tree ancestors
1700 - 24 Oct 1791
* Anna Nash more treemore tree ancestors
1707 - 1783
Sarah Crawford ancestors
abt 1801 - aft 1880
South Carolina, United States
* [Crawford great-grandfather?] *
* [Crawford great-grandmother?] *
Nancy Hall ancestors
abt 1826 -
North Carolina, United States
Unknown Hall ancestors
abt 1795 -
* [Hall great-grandfather?] *
* [Hall great-grandmother?] *
Ann Unknown ancestors
1793 -
South Carolina
* [great-grandfather?] *
* [great-grandmother?] *

Here is a collection of tools for genealogists with an interest in Florida's family history.

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Ancestor List for Florida (Welborn) Dillard ahnenlist
The ancestor list uses the "ahnen" numbering system and presents seven generations in plain text. There are no images or colors. This makes it well-suited for printing when you're doing offline research.

Compact Family Tree
This alternative tree view is packed with eight generations — up to 254 ancestors — along with birth and death dates and locations. The downside is that it's not a conventional tree format; it may take a couple minutes to orient yourself.

Descendant List descendants
This shows up to five generations of children and grandchildren of Florida along with their spouses.

DNA Ancestors and DNA Descendants DNA view
Genetic genealogy is the new frontier. Our two DNA views are designed to help you use genetic testing to confirm and expand Florida's genealogy. The DNA Ancestors page shows the specific ancestors from whom Florida gets her mitochondrial DNA. Especially helpful for some serious genetic genealogists is the inheritance pattern for Florida's X chromosome, also shown here. The DNA Descendants page shows exactly who has inherited Florida's testable DNA.

DNA Ancestor Confirmation Aid check mark
This tool helps you take things a step beyond the DNA Ancestors and DNA Descendants views. The ambitious goal: scientific confirmation of each parent-child relationship in Florida's tree. This is still fairly complex but it's getting simpler every day.

Dynamic Tree
The dynamic tree expands to include an unlimited number of generations of parents and children. You can zoom in or out and pan around for the perfect view as you browse.

Family Group Sheet family group sheet
This simple page illustrates nuclear families based on marriages. It's handy when someone had children from more than one marriage.

Family List
This flexible tool enables you to see more ancestors and/or descendants on one page than anywhere else on WikiTree.

Global Family Tree Connection
How many degrees of separation are between Florida and Henry VIII? This Connection Finder includes relationships through marriage, so it is not a genealogical cousin calculator like our Relationship Finder, but it's a fun way to illustrate how closely we're all connected.

Images of Florida photos
Here are photographs and source images for Florida. Please contact the profile managers if you have any to add.

Index of Welborns
This page shows all the Welborns on WikiTree. It's useful for genealogists with an interest in the surname that goes beyond Florida. There are a variety of connected tools, such as Welborn DNA Connections and WELBORN G2G.

Location Maps map pin
Here are quick links to mapping websites:
      Birth: Rabun County, Georgia on Google Maps | Open Street Map.
      Marriage: Rabun County, Georgia on Google Maps | Open Street Map.
      Death: Walhalla, Wagner Township, Oconee County, South Carolina on Google Maps | Open Street Map.

Printer-Friendly Tree printable tree
This view parallels the pedigree chart above but it is optimized for printing. It can be used as a fill-in-the-blanks form at a family gathering.

Profile of Florida
The profile page is the central place for organizing and viewing information and sources on an individual. This tree & tools page is a supplement to it. Whenever you see Florida's name on WikiTree (and ideally, elsewhere on the Internet!) it will be linked to the profile at where Welborn-215 is Florida's unique WikiTree ID.

Relationship Finder Find Relationship
Enter Welborn-215 and any other WikiTree ID to find the genealogical relationship between Florida and the other person. It will name the relationship, e.g. "third cousin twice removed," and show the trail of connections to a common ancestor. Although not everyone on WikiTree shares common ancestors, finding and connecting them is our ultimate goal. See the Relationship Finder Quick Links to check for relationships to US presidents, Mayflower passengers, Magna Carta Sureties and more.

Research with RootsSearch
Automatically search for Florida on more than 20 different genealogy websites with the RootsSearch app.

Share Tree on Facebook shareable tree
Download and share an attractive family tree image. This is a great way to elicit information and photo sharing from family and old friends. You might be surprised at who replies. The "Wikid Shareable Tree" is another option. You can just copy and paste the URL into your favorite social network.

Surnames surnames
The surnames page is a quick reference sheet that displays seven generations of Florida's family names. Many members share its URL via e-mail, e.g. with a DNA match to ask if the other person recognizes a surname.

WikiTree Tools

Here are additional tools to help genealogists collaborate on WikiTree to grow Florida's family history.

Activity Feed
Here you can view the additions and changes that WikiTree members have made to Florida's profile so far.

Edit Profile and Relationships edit
Florida's edit page is the central location for adding information and correcting mistakes. Is there anything you can add or improve upon? Since you're not logged-in yet you can't make changes directly. Contact the profile managers. Please don't go away without giving us your information and sources. Thank you!

Family Tree Widgets family tree widgets
If you're a blogger who's writing a post about Florida or have a Welborn family website or surname website you can include one of these widgets to illustrate her tree.

Privacy Setting privacy
You'll notice colored privacy icons in search results, the Welborn surname index, etc. The white dot for Florida indicates that her profile is Open. Only the profile manager can edit this setting.

Tests of Florida's DNA
If Florida's DNA (not a family member's or descendant's DNA) has been tested for genealogical purposes the test or tests should be selected here. This will automatically create connections on the profiles of Florida's relatives where the test may be useful for confirming relationships. It's very valuable for advanced genealogy. To add tests you need to be on Florida's Trusted List.

Trusted List
This shows you the WikiTree members who have full power to access and edit Florida's information. Use it to see who else shares your interest in Florida and receives updates about changes to the profile. The Relationship Finder icon links Find Relationship next their names will show you their relationship to Florida.


Here are ways to connect and communicate with genealogists regarding Florida's profile, especially if you're unable to collaborate directly using the WikiTree Tools above.

Ask a Question about Florida
WikiTree's Genealogist-to-Genealogist (G2G) Forum is where genealogists help each other. If you have a question about Florida and would like to seek help from the wider community — not just Florida's friends and family — post it here.  

Comment on Profile Message Board
Florida's profile, like all WikiTree profiles, has a section for public comments. This is the best place to put anything you'd like seen by all genealogists who are interested in Florida. Profile managers are alerted to new comments via e-mail, everyone on the Trusted List will see a notice about it in their activity feeds, and people who visit Florida's profile in the future will see your comment. You will need to login to post.

E-Card for Florida
Any image uploaded to WikiTree can be sent as a free e-card, including photos of Florida or scans of vintage postcards. An e-card can be a great way to tell a genealogist or family member about what's here.

Private Message — Directly Contact Profile Manager private message
Here you can send a private message to a Wiki Genealogist managing Florida's profile. If there are multiple managers or genealogists involved, you will need to send separate messages. Unless your information is sensitive it's better to post a public comment. Login to post.

Trusted List Request Form
If you're a genealogist with a special interest in collaborating on Florida's profile, join the Trusted List. The profile is Open so you don't need to be on the Trusted List to edit or improve upon it. You only need to join if you want to receive updates about her in your activity feeds or complete merges. You will need to login first.

If you have sourced information about Florida, the WikiTree community thanks you in advance for not leaving here without sharing it. :-) We are on a mission to connect the human family on one free yet reliable and privacy-controlled tree. Although we will never be finished, we make amazing progress every day because tens of thousands of good genealogists are willing to help.