1830 Federal Census

The Fifth Federal Census sees a great increase of Mashburn Households but the family appears to have disappeared from their home base in the northeast part of the state.

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THE ONSLOW BRANCH

Onslow Co., North Carolina
Daniel Mashborn, 7 whites, 1 slave
Hannah Mashborn, 6 whites, 2 slaves
Henry Mashborn, 6 whites
James Mashborn Junior, 8 whites, 1 slave
James Mashborn, 10 whites
Semuel Mashborn, 2 whites
Lidia Mashborn, 1 whites
Mathew Mashborn Junior, 3 whites
Matthews A, 8 whites, 4 slaves

THE WESTERN BRANCH

Burke Co., North Carolina
Elijah Marshburn, 5 whites
Matthew Mashburn, 10 whites
David Mashburn, 8 whites
Drewry Mashburn, 7 whites, 1 slave
Sarah Mashburn, 4 whies
James Mashburn, 9 whites
Elisha Mashburn   7
Hodge Mashburn   5
Jann? Mashburn, 3 whites, 1 slave
John Mashburn, 5 whites

Macon, North Carolina
Daniel Mashburn, 2 whites
Marey Mashburn, 3 whites
Jeremiah Mashburn, 6 whites

THE MIDDLE BRANCH

Chatham Co., North Carolina
Thomas Mashburn, 13 whites

Moore, North Carolina
Jas Mashburn, 3 whites

Marks Creek, Wake Co., North Carolina
Daniel Marshburn, 7 whites, 1 slave
George W Marshburn, 4 whites, 3 slaves

SOUTH GEORGIA BRANCH

Dooley Co., Georgia
David Mashburn, 5 whites, 5 slaves

Jones Co., Georgia
Nancy Mashburn, 8 whites
SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH

Capt Adams District, Pulaski, Georgia
Daniel Mashburn. 5 whites

TENNESEE BRANCH

Regiment 67, Monroe, Tennessee
Mathew Masburn, 3 whites
David Mashburn, 4 whites
John Mashburn, 4 whites
William Mashburn Senior, 4 whites
William Mashburn, 2 whites

Roane, Tennessee
Huldy Mashburn , 6 whites

Hardeman, Tennessee
Moses J Mashburn, 3 whites

THE SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH

Ward 3, Charleston, South Carolina
James H Mashburn, 9 whites, 3 slaves

THE KENTUCKY BRANCH

Trigg, Kentucky
William Mashburn, 7 whites

Eastern Division, Harrison, Kentucky
John Mashburn, 9 whites, 1 slave

THE MISSISSIPPI BRANCH

Yazoo, Mississippi
Wm Mashburn, 1 white, 14 slaves