Title: U.S. Federal Census
Title: FAMILYSEARCH RECORDS: North Carolina Deaths and Burials 1898-1994
Title: NORTH CAROLINA DEATH CERTIFICATES
Title: NCGENWEB WARREN COUNTY MARRIAGES 1865-1900
Author: Transcribed by Forrest King
Title: FAMILYSEARCH RECORDS: North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1979
Note: h to at least 2 children. Starting in 1900, GILBERT was living with or on the land of JOE EPPS ALSTON, where the first time he was listed as "step-son"; at that time, the term usually meant an "in-law", which he wasn't, and JOE's wife, LUCY, was not GILBERT's mother, so he also wasn't a step-son in the true sense of the word as we now use it either. It is possible that JOE EPPS ALSTON was actually the father of GILBERT WATSON, and even MOLLIE WATSON was living with them in some years, too. Whatever the case, GILBERT and JOE EPPS ALSTON were quite close to one another throughout their lives.
Note: GILBERT WATSON was the son of MOLLIE WATSON, who was apparently unmarried when she gave birt
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