1756 SC PRE-1790, GREENVILLE CO., SC 1756

  1. G400 Philip Gill, MUSTER ROLL # 238.  If we assume this Philip Gill was at least 16, and probably 21, to appear on this muster roll, then he was born at least by c1740, and perhaps as early as 1735.

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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume IV Number 4, Fall, 1976
Payments for Colonial Services (Continued from Vol. 4, p.167.) SCMAR, Vol. IV, Fall 1976, No. 4, p.213
Robert Goudy, on the orders of the following persons, viz:
Of Daniel Cokely, for flour £ 467 19 00
Of Mary Reirden, for hogs 15 00 00
Of James Beamer, for carriage of salt, Yc. 89 02 02
Of Patrick Reily, for flour, 141 18 00
Of Patric Reily, for driving cattle 12 12 00
Of John Noulan, for the like service, 12 12 00
Of Thomas Gill, for hogs, 12 00 00
Of Ann Lacey, for corn 19 07 06
Of Thomas Anderson, for flour, 25 15 00 - £ 796 05 08
Gasper Dickson, for driving horses 15 00 00
Thomas Ballantine, for the hire of a horse 13 10 00
Jacob Larry, for the hire of two horses, 27 00 00
Colonel Robert Rivers, for the like service, 27 00 00
Abraham Smith, for the carriage of ammunition, 20 00 00
Thomas Saunders, for the like service, 30 00 00
Jacob Vraw, for driving horses 10 00 00
Joseph Norman, for a stall-fed ox, 24 00 00
Evered Ency, for horse hire 13 10 00
Estate of Richad Waring, for a stall-fed ox 23 00 00
Christopher Harman Dettering, for the hire of a cart and horses 50 00 00
Samuel Boone, for a horse, 41 00 00
John Templeton, for wagon hire, 240 00 00
William Stewart, for wagon hire, 255 00 00
Gasper Morgandolar, for the hire of a cart 10 00 00
To Pay the battalion of Colonel Richard Richardson
(as the muster roll of the said battalion was settled by a committee of the Assembly) 14,827 11 00

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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume V Number 1, Winter, 1977
Payments for Colonial Services (Continued from Vol. 4, p.222.)
SCMAR, Vol. V, Winter 1977, No. 1, p.52
TO BE RAISED BY PARTICULAR LAWS APPOINTING THE SAME
To the Public Treasurer, which he paid for session sermons, 60 00 00
Sinking two 5th parts of the orders for raising a regiment in 1760 50,000 00 00
To skining two 5th parts of the orders for paying the charges of the expedition under Governor Lyttleton against the Cherokees 98,677 05 00
To Daniel Doyley, Esq. Provost Marshal, for serving wirts of election, summoning jurors and attending courts 312 00 00
To Clement Lampriere, annuity on the militia law 187 04 00
Thomas Gill, his annuity for several years 235 16 00 (if 21, born before 1739, can only be Thomas Gill born c1732)
The Treasurer advanced to the said Gill 45 00 00

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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume V Number 2, Spring, 1977
Payments for Colonial Services (Continued from Vol. 5, p.61) SCMAR, Vol. V, Spring 1977, No. 2, p.115
TO BE RAISED BY PARTICULAR LAWS APPOINTING THE SAME
To Jacob Motte, Esq. Public Treasurer, paid by him for sesion sermons £ 30 00 00
Sinking one 5th part of the orders for raising a regiment in 1760 25,000 00 00
Sinking one 5th part of the orders for paying the charges of the expedition under Governor Lyttleton, against the Cherokees 49,338 12 06
Daniel Doyley, Esq. late Provost Marshal, for serving writs of election, summoning of jurors and attending courts 75 16 08
Roger Pinckney, Esq. for the like service 74 03 04
Clement Lampriere, his annuity on the militia law 90 00 00
Thomas Gill, his annuity 90 00 00
Mary Adamson, widow, annuity for herself and two children 150 00 00
Mary Morrison, widow, annuity for herself and three children 200 00 £ 75,04811 06

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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume V Number 2, Spring, 1977
Payments for Colonial Services (Continued from Vol. 5, p.61)
SCMAR, Vol. V, Spring 1977, No. 2, p.120
TO BE RAISED BY PARTICULAR LAWS APPOINTING THE SAME
To Roger Pinckney, Esq. Provost Marshal, for serving writs of election, summoning jurors and attending the courts 150 00 00
Jacob Motte, Esq. paid for session sermons 30 00 00
Clement Lampriere, Esq. his annuity on the militia law 90 00 00
Thomas Gill, his annuity 90 00 00
Mary Adamson, annuity for herself and two children 150 00 00
Mary Morrison, widow, annuity for herself and three children 200 00 £ 710 00 00

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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume V Number 3, Summer, 1977
Payments for Colonial Services (Continued from Vol. 5, p.124)
SCMAR, Vol. V, Summer 1977, No. 3, p.185
TO BE RAISED BY PARTICULAR LAWS APPOINTING THE SAME
To Jacob Motte, Esq. Public Treasurer, paid by him for sessions sermons 30 00 00
Roger Pinckney, Esq. Provost Marshal for serving writs of election, summoning jurors &c. 150 00 00
Thomas Gill, his annuity 90 00 00
Mary Adamson's annuity for herself and two children 150 00 00
Mary Morrison, widow, annuity for herself and three children 200 00 00
Jacob Motte, Esq. Public Treasurer, for bounty paid by him on hemp and flax 9131 00 04 £ 9751 00 04

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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume VII Number 2, Spring, 1979
Some Early Settlers on Fishing Creek (Continued from Vol. VII, p.10)
SCMAR, Vol. VII, Spring 1979, No. 2, p.82
THOMAS GILL … a plantation or tract of Land Containing 150 acres Situate in Berkley County in the fork between Broad & Saludy Rivers and is bounded on a Small branch of Little River, the waters of Saludy river, and is bounded S. on Mr. Pinckney's Land and on all other sides by vacant Land, Survey certified the 3d day of Dec. 1766 and Granted the 19th day of Feby 1767 to the Mem'st … (sworn) 2 Apr. 1767. Edward Musgrove, D.S. (signed) For the Memorialist, Thomas Edghill (vol. 9, p. 208).

1766 and 1772
South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 7 Search Terms: GILL (15), THOMAS (214) Results (1 combined matches)
1766 The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research page 83 THOMAS GILL … a plantation or tract of Land Containing 150 acres Situate in Berkley County in the fork between Broad & Saludy Rivers and is bounded on a Small branch of Little River, the waters of Saludy river, and is bounded S. on Mr. Pinckney's Land and on all other sides by vacant Land, Survey certified the 3d day [p.83] of Dec. 1766 and Granted the 19th day of Feby 1767 to the Mem'st … (sworn) 2 Apr. 1767. Edward Musgrove, D.S. (signed) For the Memorialist, Thomas Edghill (vol. 9, p. 208).
1772 THOS. GILL … a plantation or tract of Land containing one hundred acres situate in Horse Creek on the West side of Broad River bounding S.W. on Henry Longs, N.W., N.E. & S.E. on vacant Land, Survey Certified the 5th of Aug'st 1772 and Granted 26 Sepr 1772 to the Mem'st … (sworn) 23 Novr 1772. Robt McFadden, D.S. del'd March 1, 1773 to Christopher Stright (vol. 12, p. 1). (This is a Fishing Creek Gill Record) (This can only be the Thomas Gill who married Rebekah Curry), as he has to be 21 to appear in this record, and therefore was born before 1772-21=<1751.

1778 SC PRE-1790, CAMDEN DISTRIC, SC 1778

  1. G400 GILL, James NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #
  2. G400 GILL, John NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #
  3. G400 GILL, John Jun. NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #
  4. G400 GILL, Robert NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #
  5. G400 GILL, George NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #

1778 SC PRE-1790, ORANGEBURG DIS, SC 1778

  1. G400 GILL, Philip TO TOWNSHIP LISTED #

1779 SC PRE-1790, NINETY-SIX DIST., SC 1779

  1. G400 GILL, Thomas TO TOWNSHIP LISTED #

1780 SC PRE-1790, CAMDEN DISTRIC, SC 1780

  1. G400 GILL, Robert NO TOWNSHIP LISTED #

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1815
South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 1-20
Search Terms: GILL (114), THOMAS (5762)
Results ( 11 combined matches) Next Hits
The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, SCMAR, Volume III, Number 1, Winter, 1975
Estate Partitions in the Washington District Court of Equity, 1803-1826

1815
SCMAR, Vol. III, Winter 1975, No. 1, p.18
ix. Sarah, who died in the lifetime of her father, wife of Days Gill,  survived by her son Thomas Gill,
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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume III Number 1, Winter, 1975
Estate Partitions in the Washington District Court of Equity, 1803-1826
SCMAR, Vol. III, Winter 1975, No. 1, p.18
William Irby, Deputy Sheriff, swore that he personally served Andrew Spears, Thomas Gill, David Spears, James (sic)McKelvy & Martha his wife with copies of the petition, and left copies of the same at the houses of James Blakely & John Copeland. 18 May 1815.
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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume IV Number 2, Spring, 1976
1829 Census of Laurens District SCMAR, Vol. IV, Spring 1976, No. 2, p.111
Gill, Thomas 5 (must be a page number, is not an age)(This must be the son of Days Gill)

1815
South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol. 3; Search Terms: GILL (5), THOMAS (288); Results ( 2 combined matches)
The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
ix. Sarah, who died in the lifetime of her father, wife of Days Gill, survived by her son Thomas Gill,
The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
William Irby, Deputy Sheriff, swore that he personally served Andrew Spears, Thomas Gill, David Spears, James (sic)McKelvy & Martha his wife with copies of the petition, and left copies of the same at the houses of James Blakely & John Copeland. 18 May 1815.  (This is the son of Days Gill)

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Death and Obituary Notices from The Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878 Issue of March 13, 1872 page 214
Death & Obituary Notices, Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878 Jacob Thomas Gill was born in Jackson county, Ga., February 4th 1828, and died in Walker county, Ga., February 13th 1872.

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