My paternal 7th great-grandfather, John Dubose, son of French immigrant Isaac Dubose (DuBosc) and Suzanne Couillandeau, was born c. 1700 in Craven County, South Carolina and died c. 1788 in South Carolina. He married first Susannah Lemonier c. 1725, daughter of James Lemonier. They had one daughter- Susannah Elizabeth Dubose, born c 1728. She later married Robert Lewis. (Registry book of Prince Frederick Parish, Winyah, pg 55).
After the death of his first wife, John Dubose married second Mary Whilden c. 1730. She was born c. 1710, the daughter of John and Mary Whilden. John and Mary Dubose owned land in Berkeley County, South Carolina which they sold in 1744. They later moved to the Lynches Creek area in the Darlington District where John had received land grants by 1750. As an old man, John Dubose was one of eight Duboses in Captain Elias Dubose's Company under the command of General Francis Marion in the Revolutionary War.
Children of John Dubose and second wife Mary Whilden:
i. Martha Dubose (1730-1808), married John Warren (RS)- my paternal 6th great-grandparents, see more about them here
ii. Mary Dubose, married first Henry Sparrow, married second Josiah Clemmens (Clements)
iii. Elias Dubose (1737-1789), Captain, served in the American Revolution; twin to brother Daniel Dubose; married Lydia Cassels
iv. Daniel Dubose (1737-1801), Captain, served in the American Revolution; twin to brother Elias Dubose
v. Elizabeth Dubose, born c. 1742, married Clement Brown; twin to Isaac Dubose
vi. Isaac Dubose, born c. 1742, twin to Elizabeth; married his first cousin, Sarah Dubose, daughter of Peter; served in the American Revolution
vii. Joseph Dubose, born c. 1745
viii. Margaret Dubose, born c. 1747
ix. Rebecca Dubose, born 1752, married her first cousin Captain Andrew Dubose, son of Peter.
Information on the John Dubose family was obtained from the rootsweb page of Stephen J. Coker, who wrote about the family based on research done by Mrs. Leola W. Konopa. (Click here to view information), and also on information published on the genealogy page of J. Liptrap, which may be viewed here.