C.   Thomas Young Gill  born  August 6, 1790/1791, in Lunenburg Co., Virginia, died shortly before June 26, 1874, in Meriwether Co., Georgia.  Thomas married Nancy Burks on 11 July 1816 in Wilkes  Co., Georgia.  Son of William Gill of Iredell Co., NC.

 

Children of Thomas Young Gill and Nancy Burks: 

  1. Adaline F./L. Gill b. abt. 1818 in  Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. bet. the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Meriwether Co., Georgia. Adaline married Littleberry L.B. Hannah on 07 Nov 1848 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  2. Joseph Melmoth Gill b. abt. 1820/1821 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1860 census.  He married Elmira York on 2 May 1848 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  3. Thomas Wiley Gill b. 10 October1823, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. 15 April 1881 in Meriwether Co., Georgia.  He married Ann Agnes Render on 4 December 1853 in Meriwether Co., Georgia.  Thomas and Agnes are buried in the Render Family Cemetery near Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  4. Son Gill b. 1825-1830 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, died after the 1840 or 1850 census, perhaps named William.

  5. Mary Gill b. 1825-1827, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1870 census, probably in Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  6. Julie Gill  b. 1830/1831, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1850 census.

  7. Benajah Gill b. 1832/1833, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1850 census.

 

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The first mention on Thomas Young Gill was in a letter dated April 28, 1792, from his parents in Lunenburg Co., Virginia, to his grandfather Thomas Cadet Young in Iredell Co., North Carolina,  to inform Thomas Cadet Young, "We have got another son and for your sake we have named him Thomas. "  The original of the letter is in the Kennedy Collection, UNC Chapel Hill.  I have a photocopy in my paper file.  The following is my transcription:

 

April 28, 1792

 

Dear Father and Mother

 

As we are at so great a distance not to enjoy each others company as we formerly did.  I have undertaken once more by way of writing to you to inform you of our State of health, as we thank god we are all well at present and we hope this letter will find you and your Family in good health .  We have nothing Strange nor uncomon to inform you of but are very uneasy in our minds that we do not hear from you, We have not received a letter from you for many months which makes us fear you have forgot us intirely.  We hope and pray for the future you will be mindful of to inform us by every opportunity of your state and wellfare as we still esteem you as Honoured parents. We have got another son and for your sake we have named him Thomas.  Your old Dady and mamy Ragsdale and their family is well likewise Uncle Billy Johnsons family.  Old uncle and aunt Sadler is well also but poor Featherston is in a low state of health. Something has risen on his nose and is likely to kill him.  The Neighbors is all rite  pray give our best love and respects to and Andrew Carson and his family and inform us by the first opportunity of Judith’s wellfare and where [slives ?] and so I’ll conclude and remain your loving and dutiful children till Death.

                                   

Wm and Susanah Gill

 

[ ] give my compliments to Esquire Huston and his family also to Mrs. McCord and hers.

* * * *

It is clear from the above letter  that Thomas Young Gill was a recent addition to the family, perhaps born in August 1791 rather than in August 1790 as stated in his obituary.  At a minimum, this letter shows that Thomas Young Gill was not born in 1778 because his grandfather was still in Virginia in 1778 and would have known about his birth well before 1792.  In addition, the 1792 letter said that William and Susan had not heard from her father for many months.  This implies  that Susannah was in contact with her father at least several times a year.  If Thomas Young Gill had been born much before 1792, she certainly would have told her father about his namesake.  There is no way she would have waited until Thomas Y. Gill was 14 to tell his grandfather about him.

 

Although Thomas Y. Gill's death notice said that he had been born in Iredell Co., North Carolina,  His parents were still in Lunenburg Co., Virginia, until about 1793.  They certainly were there when they wrote to Thomas Cadet Young about the birth of Thomas Y. Gill.  For that reason, I am sure Thomas Y. Gill was born in Lunenburg Co., Virginia,  rather than in Iredell Co., North Carolina.

 

I believe Thomas was on the 1810 census living with his widowed mother in Iredell Co., North Carolina:

 

1810 > NORTH CAROLINA >  IREDELL  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M252  Roll: 40 

Page: 492 

Susannah Gill  11100//10101  plus 4 slaves [1m under 10 (boy Donalson?), 1m 10-15 (Henry), 1m 16-25 (Thomas Y.), 1f under 10 (Caroline Donalson?), 1f 16-25, (Rebecca) 1f 45+ (Susannah)]

Allen Gill  2010//1001  1 slave

 

According to his death notice, Thomas moved to Wilkes Co., Georgia, about 1812.  I have not been able to confirm this, but his brother, William Gill, was on records in Wilkes Co., Georgia, starting in 1812 (see the notes for William Gill).

 

Thomas married Nancy Burk on July 11, 1816, in Wilkes Co., Georgia. (Wilkes County, Georgia, First Marriage Book, 1806-1834, page 578;  Early Records of Georgia, Vol. 2,  Wilkes County, Grace Gillam Davidson, Macon, Georgia, 1933, at page 338.)

 

 Nancy was the daughter of Joseph and Fortune Burk.  She and Thomas were listed in the 1828 division of Joseph Burk's estate (see below).  In the 1820s, and probably earlier, Joseph Burk owned land adjacent to the land owned by William Gill (see the notes for William Gill.)  William Gill was one of the witnesses to Joseph Burk's will.

 

Thomas and his brother William were on the 1816 Wilkes Co., Georgia, tax list:

 

Wilkes Co., Georgia, Tax Lists 1814-1817 p. 34

    * Gill, Thomas Y Wilkes/ta 1816

    * Gill, William Wilkes/re 1816

 

William Gill (Sr.) wrote a will on wrote a will on 27 August 1797 in Iredell Co., North Carolina, instructing that the children's portion of his estate be divided when " my youngest child comes of age as is provided by law. . . ."  That event happened when the youngest son, Henry Gill, turned 21 about 1816.   

 

In December 1817, Thomas Y. Gill of  Wilkes Co., Georgia, deeded his share of his father William Gill's estate to Thomas' older brother, Ingram A. Gill of Iredell Co, North Carolina.  The deed specifically  referenced William Gill's land on the Red Bank Branch of South Yadkin which our William had acquired in 1793.  So there is no question that the Thomas Y. Gill in Wilkes Co., Georgia, was the son of William and Susannah Gill of Iredell Co., North Carolina.

 

An abstract of the deed transferring Thomas Young Gill's interest in the land to Ingram is in Gill: abstracts from records in southern states and genealogical notes, Eva Turner Clark,  New York: R.R. Smith, 1939,  page 112: "Thomas Y. Gill (son of William Gill of Iredell Co., will 1797), of the State of Georgia and County of Wilkes, to Ingram A. Gill of Iredell Co., N.C., consideration of $116.66, a certain tract of land in Iredell on the Red bank Branch of South Yadkin, it being the tract of land belonging to the estate of William Gill, dec'd , the said Thomas Y. Gill being heir to the one-sixth part of the estate  . . . beginning at an oak . . .Wm. McRay corner on John Calahain's line" 4 Dec. 1817. Wit: John Burke, Archibald Tomlinson, Henry Gill.  Deeds J, 570."

 

William Gill was on the 1820 census in Wilkes Co., Georgia.  I have not been able to locate Thomas Gill on the census, but he might have been working as an overseer on a local plantation and not listed as head-of-household.

 

1820  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M33  Roll: 9  Page: 265

William Gill 11011//10211

 

Joseph Burks died in 1827 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, and his estate was divided.  Nancy Burk Gill received the equivalent of $1,078 in cash and slaves.

 

Georgia:  Wilkes County: Division of the Estate of Joseph Burks, Deceased, 14 January 1828. A True and Correct Copy of the Division of the Estate of Joseph Burks, Deceased [Ordinary's Office of Wilkes County, Georgia, in Inventory and Appraisal-Sales, Book 1828 - 1831, Pages 199-200-201]

 

Georgia, Wilkes County.

 

            Agreeable to an order to us Directed from the Honourable Court of Ordinary for the County aforesaid to divide the Negroes belonging to the Estate of Joseph Burks Decd. among the several Legatees & Distributees of said Dece. Do allot and assign in the following manner to wit:

 

            To Fortune Burks widow and Relict of said Deceased, Negroes Elmar, old Hannah Jefferson & Dilley valued at $1175.

 

            To Joseph H. Burks Negroes Manday, Mariah, Sam and Jeremiah valued at Nine Hundred and forty-two dollars in addition to one hundred and ten dollars recd. In lifetime of said Decd. making as the whole of the sum of One Thousand and Fifty Two Dollars.

 

To Benajah Burks Negroes George and Tony valued at  Nine Hundred and fifty two Dollars in addition to one hundred and ten dollars recd. In the lifetime of said Decd. making in the whole the sum of One Thousand & sixty five Dollars.

 

To William Burks Negroes Tabitha valued at one hundred and twenty dollars in addition to the sum of Nine hundred and Sixty Dollars recd. In the lifetime of said Dec.d. making in the whole the sum of One Thousand and Eighty Dollars.

 

To Willis Fullilove in right of his wife Clary Negroes Alfred, Caty and Henderson valued at Seven Hundred and ten Dollars in addition to the sum of four hundred and forty-five dollars Recd. In the lifetime of the said Deceased making in the whole the sum of Eleven Hundred and fifty five Dollars.

 

To Hudson, Francis, Mary and John Slack, Children of Benjamin Slack, Negroes Sophia Silver and child Mary valued at four hundred and ninety five Dollars in addition to sum of Five Hundred and sixty Dollars recd. By Benjamin Slack in the lifetime of said Decd. making in the whole the sum of one thousand and fifty-five dollars.

 

[Special Note by Jean McCullough:  Benjamin Slack married Mary Burks on 19 December 1816 in Wilkes County, Georgia.  Benjamin married a second time to Catherine Graves on 21 October 1830.]

 

To William McLendon in Right of his wife Betsy Negroes Willis and Randol valued at six hundred and fifteen dollars in Addition to the sum of four hundred and thirty five Dollars Recd. in the lifetime of said Decd. making in the whole the sume of One Thousand and fifty dollars.

 

To John Burks Negroes Squire valued at Two Hundred and Sixty five Dollars in addition to the sum of Eight Hundred and sixty dollars Recd. in the lifetime of said Decd. making in the whole the sum of Eleven Hundred and Twenty five Dollars.

 

To Larkin Barton, in right of his wife Lucy, Negroes Malinda and Young Adam valued at Three Hundred and Ninety five Dollars in addition to the sum of six hundred and eighty Dollars recd. in the lifetime of the said Deceased making in the whole the sum of One Thousand and Seventy Dollars.

 

To Daniel C. Heard, in right of his wife, Sarah, Negro Milly valued at one hundred and ninety five Dollars in addition to the sume of Eight Hundred and Seventy five Dollars and 80/100 Recd. in the lifetime of the said Decd. and a note due by him to said Decd. for Ninety One Dollars and eight cents Principal and Interest making in the whole the sum of One Thousand and Seventy One Dollars and 90/100.

 

To Thomas Y. Gill in right of his wife Nancy, Mally Hannah and child Silvia & Bob valued at Five Hundred and Eighteen dollars, in addition to the sum of five hundred and sixty dollars in the lifetime of the said Decd. making in the whole the sum of One Thousand and Seventy Eight Dollars

 

To Charles Burks Negroes Ned, Catherine, and Long valued at One Thousand and Eighty Dollars.

 

To Wiley P. Burks Negroes Adallia, Eliza Susan and child Fanny valued at One Thousand and Seventy Five Dollars.

 

Given under our hands this 14th day of January 1828.

 

                                                            Signed:

 

                                                                        James Hinton

                                                                        Garrett Ogleby

                                                                        Lemuel Wootten

                                                                        William Gill

                                                                        Jno. T. Dent.

Recorded Decr. 19th 1828

 

 

STATE OF GEORGIA

WILKES COUNTY

 

            I, Edgar Smith, Ordinary and Ex Officio Clerk of the Court of Ordinary of Wilkes County, Georgia, do hereby certify that the two sheets of type written record contained a true and correct copy of the division of the estate of Joseph Burks, deceased, as appears of record in the Ordinary's Office of Wilkes County, Georgia, in Inventory and Appraisal-Sales, Book 1828 - 1831, Pages 199-200-201.

            In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of the Court of Ordinary of Wilkes County, this the 4th day of October 1949.

 

                                                                        Signed:  Edgar L. Smith

                                                                        Ordinary and Ex Officio Clerk

                                                                        of the Court of Ordinary,

                                                                        of Wilkes County, Georgia

 

Thomas was mentioned in his mother Susannah Gill's will written in Iredell Co., North Carolina, on 14 April 1828:

 


The Will of Susannah Gill, Iredell Co., NC, Will Bk. 2 page 92. (Transcription courtesy Charles McDaniel)

State of North Carolina Iredell County. In the name of God Amen.

Know all men by these presents, that I Susannah Gill of the County and State aforesaid, have made this my last will and testament revoking all others. Being in sound mind and memory do give and bequeath my property after my death as follows I give to my grand daughter Caroline Louisa Weaver twin negro girls Ruby Ann and Lindy and one negro boy named Mot and my bed and furniture and all my wearing clothes, this property I will to Caroline Louisa Weaver, and her yous (illegible). The balance of my property I leave to my children after all my just debts are, paid, here named, Allen Gill, William Gill, Thomas Gill, Rebecca King and Henry Gill. I leave for my executors Henry Gill and William Gill. I have set my hand and seal this 14th of April 1828.

Susanna Gill (Seal)

In the presence of

Wm. Carson

Alfred Y. Carson, Jurat

 

Three of Thomas Young Gill's children, Adaline, Joseph Melmuth, and Thomas, were in the Wilkes Co., Georgia,  Poor School from 1829 to 1831.  Adaline was listed as age 11 in 1829; Joseph Melmuth was listed as age 9 in 1829 and age 11 in 1831; and Thomas was listed as age 9 in 1831. (The Wilkes County Papers, 1773-1833,  Robert Scott Davis, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press (1979), pages 116 and 124.)

 

Note on the Georgia Poor Schools:  During the 1820's and 1830's Georgia experimented with free public education for poor white children.  There was state funding to provide 3 years of education for each child between ages 6 to 15.   A History of Public Education in Georgia 1734-1976, Oscar H. Joiner.

 

Thomas Y. Gill and his brother William were on the 1830 census in Wilkes Co., Georgia:

 

1830  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M19  Roll: 21 

Page: 303       

William Gill    21120001//1020001

Page: 322

Thomas Y. Gill  120001//101001, 1f slave 10-24  [1m under 5 (William?), 2m 5-9 (Thomas W., Joseph), 1m 30-39 (Thomas Y), 1f under 5 (Mary), 1f 10-15 (Adaline) 1f 30-39(Nancy)]

 

Nancy Burk Gill died between about 1833 and the 1840 census, perhaps at the birth of son Benajah in 1833.  There is no evidence that Thomas Y. Gill had a second marriage.

 

About 1834, Thomas Y. Gill and his brother William moved across the state to Meriwether Co., Georgia, and were there for the 1840 census.  There also was a David Gill and a Samuel Gill on the 1840 census in Meriwether Co.  I assume they were relatives  --  perhaps cousins: 

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 112

William Gill 01202001//0011001 [head 50-59]

Henry Gill 10001//10001 [son of William Gill]

Page: 114

David Gill 100001//00011 [?]

Page: 130

Samuel Gill 0110001//0002101 [?]

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

Daughter Adaline Gill married Littleberry "L.B." Hannah on 7 Nov 1848 in Wilkes Co., Georgia:

 

Meriwether Co., Georgia, Marriages

Groom's Name: L. B. Hannah

Bride's Name:             Adaline F. Gill

Marriage Date: 07 Nov 1848

Marriage Place: Meriwether, Georgia           

Indexing Project (Batch) Number:       M39586-3

System Origin: Georgia-EASy

Source Film Number: 327664

 

Son Joseph Melmuth Gill married Elmira York on 2 May 1848, in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

Meriwether Co., Georgia, Marriages

Groom's Name: Joseph M. Gill         

Bride's Name: Elmira York

Marriage Date: 02 May 1848

Marriage Place: Meriwether, Georgia           

Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M39586-3

System Origin: Georgia-EASy

Source Film Number: 327664

 

Thomas and his brother William were on the 1850 census in Meriwether Co., Georgia.  Thomas' married daughter Adaline Hannah, and sons Joseph and Thomas were also on the 1850 census in their own households.  In addition, there was a 21-year-old William Gill, who could be the son of Thomas Y. Gill, in a boarding house near Thomas W. Gill:

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77

Page: 330

HH 346/346

William Gill 73 farmer 2500 VA

Roda 63 SC

Henry A 37 GA

Oliver 21 GA

July Ann 22 GA

Virginia 4 GA

John A 18 GA

Page: 334

HH 400/400

Thomas Gill 61 farmer NC

Mary 23 GA

July 19 GA

Benajah 17 GA

Page: 337

HH 441/441

Littleberry Hannah 24 farmer GA

Adaline L  31 GA

William C 1 GA

Page: 340

HH 479/479

Joseph M Gill 29 farmer 300 GA

Almira  22 GA

John T 1 GA

Page: 343

HH 522

Thomas Gill 24 clerk Georgia

Page: 344

HH 538/538

Adam Ragland 39 inn keeper 1500 NC

Demarius 36 GA

John W 13 GA

Louisa 7 GA

Nancy 5 GA

Warren 3 GA

Infant 8mo  GA

Francis R Hudsdon 20 clerk  GA

William H Huntly 30 mechanic NC

James L Bliem 25 smith CT

William Gill 21 bar keeper GA

Francis McLaughlin 27 dentist    ?

Mary F 21   ?

John B Herd 21 teacher   ?

Martha 18 Canada

E Hodsdon 30    ?

Mrs Hodsdon 25    ?

Francis Wadkins 28 stage agent NC

 

Son Thomas Wiley Gill married Agnes Render on 04 Dec 1853, in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967

Groom's Name: Thomas W. Gill

Bride's Name:             Agnes A. Render

Marriage Date: 04 Dec 1853

Marriage Place: Meriwether, Georgia           

Indexing Project (Batch) Number:       M39586-3

System Origin: Georgia-EASy

Source Film Number: 327664

 

Thomas Y. Gill was on the 1860 census in Meriwether Co., Georgia, listed between his married son Thomas W. Gill, and his son's mother-in-law, Sarah Render:

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  GREENVILLE P O Series: M653  Roll: 130  Page: 346

HH 76/76

Thos. W. Gill 34 farming 9000/19408 GA

Ann B. 32 GA

Jas R. 5 GA

Sarah 4 GA

T.Y. Gill 70 (male) VA

Henry? E. Bullock 24 overseeing GA

[next household]

Sarah Render 74 2200?/3000 GA

 

Daughter Mary Gill was on the 1860 census living with her married brother Joseph M. Gill:

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  ROCKY MT P O Series: M653  Roll: 130  Page: 426

HH 649/649

Joseph Gill 40 farmer 100 GA

Elmira 31 GA

John T. 11 GA

Nancy E. 9 GA

Wm. S. 7 GA

Joseph 5 GA

Frank 3 GA

Theodora 3mo GA

Mary 34 GA cannot r/w

 

Daughter Adaline Gill Hannah died sometime in the 1850's.  Her husband L.B. Hannah had remarried by the 1860 census.  It is possible that his second wife was a widow and that some of the children with the couple in 1860 were from her first marriage.  The only child I can confirm as Adaline's on the 1860 census is Willie O.:

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  MAGDALENA P O Series: M653  Roll: 130  Page: 498

L B Hanna 36 overseeing 200 GA

Mary A 31 GA

Lucinda 10 GA

Willie O 8 GA

Martha A 6 GA

Jas T 4 GA

Laura W 2 GA

 

Thomas Y. Gill was on the 1870 census again living near his son Thomas W. Gill and Sarah Render.  Unmarried daughter Mary Gill had returned to her father's household for the 1870 census:

 

1870  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  GREENVILLE P O Series: M593  Roll: 165  Page: 299

HH 203 /203

Thomas Gill 46 farmer 4000/1200 GA

Agnes  45 GA

James  15 GA

Sarah A  14 GA

Joseph 9 GA

[next household]

HH 204/204

Sarah Render 85 0/800 GA

Chery Moreland 38 bl domestic servant GA

Hannah 13 bl domestic servant GA

Hariett 10 bl. GA

[next household]

HH 205/205

Thomas Y Gill 81 NC

Mary 38 GA

 

Former son-in-law L.B. Hannah was on his third marriage by the 1870 census.  Adaline Gill's son William was still in his household:

 

1870  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  WARM SPRINGS P O Series: M593  Roll: 165  Page: 234

HH 40/40

Berry Hannah 43 farmer 300 GA

Matilda 27 GA

William 20  GA

Thomas 18 GA

Lucindy 18 GA

John 4 GA

 

I have not been able to find son Joseph M. Gill on the 1870 census. 

 

Thomas Young Gill died in late June 1874, at the home of his son Thomas W. Gill, in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

Death Notices from The Meriwether County Vindicator [Georgia], Vol. 2, No. 27, June 26, 1874, page 3.

http://bellsouthpwp.net/m/s/msaffold/Vindicator%20obits.htm

 GILL, Thomas Young, died last Thursday at the residence of his son Thomas W. Gill; born in Iredell county, N. C. August 6, 1790, moved to Wilkes county, Ga. in 1812; in about 1816 married the daughter of Captain Burks and a sister of Hon. Wiley P. Burks of LaGrange; in 1834 moved to Meriwether county near Rocky Mount.

 

It is likely that Thomas Young Gill is buried in the Render Family Cemetery near Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia.

 

Children of Thomas Young Gill and Nancy Burks:

 

1.  Adaline F./L. Gill b. abt. 1818 in  Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. bet. the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Meriwether Co., Georgia. Adaline married Littleberry (L.B.) Hannah on 07 Nov 1848 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

 

Adaline Gill was enrolled in the Wilkes Co., Georgia, Poor School in 1829, listed as age 11.  (The Wilkes County Papers, 1773-1833,  Robert Scott Davis, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press (1979), page 116.)

 

Adaline was on the 1830 and 1840 censuses with her father:

 

1830  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M19  Roll: 21 

Page: 322

Thomas Y. Gill  120001//101001, 1f slave 10-24  [1m under 5 (William?), 2m 5-9 (Thomas W., Joseph), 1m 30-39 (Thomas Y), 1f under 5 (Mary), 1f 10-15 (Adaline) 1f 30-39(Nancy)]

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

Adaline Gill married Littleberry "L.B." Hannah on 7 Nov 1848 in Wilkes Co., Georgia:

 

Meriwether Co., Georgia, Marriages

Groom's Name: L. B. Hannah

Bride's Name:             Adaline F. Gill

Marriage Date: 07 Nov 1848

Marriage Place: Meriwether, Georgia           

Indexing Project (Batch) Number:       M39586-3

System Origin: Georgia-EASy

Source Film Number: 327664

 

Adaline and L.B. Hannah were on the 1850 census in Meriwether Co., Georgia, with one child:

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77 Page: 337

HH 441/441

Littleberry Hannah 24 farmer GA

Adaline L  31 GA

William C. 1 GA

 

Adaline Gill Hannah died sometime in the 1850's.  Her husband L.B. Hannah had remarried by the 1860 census.  It is possible that his second wife was a widow and that some of the children with the couple in 1860 were from her first marriage.  The only child I can confirm as Adaline's is Willie C.:

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  MAGDALENA P O Series: M653  Roll: 130  Page: 498

L B Hanna 36 overseeing 200 GA

Mary A 31 GA

Lucinda 10 GA

Willie C 8 GA

Martha A 6 GA

Jas T 4 GA

Laura W 2 GA

 

It appears that L.B. Hannah served in the Civil War:

 

Soldiers and Sailors Database Online

L.B. Hannah

Regiment Name 28 Georgia Infantry

Side Confederate

Company E

Soldier's Rank_In Private

Soldier's Rank_Out Private

Film Number M226 roll 26

28th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

28th Infantry Regiment, organized at Big Shanty, Georgia, during July and August, 1861, recruited its members in Irwin, Sumter, Washington, Crawford, Cherokee, Stewart, Toombs, Jefferson, and Emanuel. Ordered to Virginia the unit contained 518 effectives in April, 1862, and served in General Featherston's and Colquitt's Brigade. It participated in the various campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia from Williamsburg to Chancellorsville, then moved to Charleston, South Carolina, and later Florida where it fought at Olustee. Sent back to Virginia, it was active at Drewry's Bluff, Cold Harbor, and the Petersburg trenches north of the James River. Of the 371 engaged at Seven Pines, the unit lost thirty-two percent. It reported 73 casualties during the Maryland Campaign, 34 at Chancellorsville, and 95 at Olustee. In 1865 the regiment saw action in North Carolina and surrendered with the Army of Tennessee. The field commanders were Colonels Tully Graybill and T.J. Warthen; Lieutenant Colonels James G. Cain, William P. Crawford, and George A. Hall; and Major James W. Banning.

 

Confederate military history; a library of Confederate States history, Clement Anselm Evans, Atlanta, Ga., Confederate Pub. Co., 1899, page 193: "The report of the Maryland campaign by D. H. Hill, contained the following further honorable mention of Georgians: Brigadier-General Colquitt reports as specially deserving notice for their gallantry . . . Privates [among others] L. B. Hannah. . . ."

 

28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Casualties

http://www.28thga.org/28ga_casualties.html

Battle of Malvern Hill, Virginia

July 1, 1862

Company E      Pvt. L.B. Hannah - wounded

 

L.B. Hannah was on his third marriage by the 1870 census.  Adaline Gill's son William was still in his household:

 

1870  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  WARM SPRINGS P O Series: M593  Roll: 165  Page: 234

HH 40/40

Berry Hannah 43 farmer 300 GA

Matilda 27 GA

William 20  GA

Thomas 18 GA

Lucindy 18 GA

John 4 GA

 

I have not found L.B. Hannah after the 1870 census, but Adaline's son William C. Hannah was on the 1880 census in Polk Co., Georgia:

 

1880 Census Cedartown, Polk, Georgia

W.C. HANNAH   Self   M      Male   W        31        GA      Farmer             GA      GA

C.B. Wife         M         Female            W        31        GA      Keeps House   GA      GA

B.B. Dau          S          Female            W        9          GA                  GA      GA

C.A. Dau          S          Female            W        6          GA                  GA      GA

J.B. Dau           S          Female            W        3          GA                  GA      GA

M.J. FAMBER  MotherL  W  Female   W        55        GA      Seamstress      GA      GA

W.E. FAMBER  SisterL   S  Female    W        32        GA      Seamstress      GA      GA

Source Information:

            Census Place   Cedartown, Polk, Georgia

            Family History Library Film  1254161

            NA Film Number        T9-0161

            Page Number  254A

 

Georgia Death Records

Name: W. C. Hannah

Death Date: 30 Dec 1922

Estimated Death Year:           

Age at Death: 73 years 5 months

Death Place: Polk, Georgia

Birthplace: Merriweather Co., Ga

Gender:  Male

Marital Status:  Single /widowed

Race:   White

Ethnicity: American

Fathers Name: Berry Hannah

Father's Birth Place:    SC

Mother's Name: Adeline Gill

Mother's Birth Place:  SC

Film Number: 2320470

Digital Folder Number: 4176434

Image Number: 00132

Reference Number:     34506

 

2.  Joseph Melmoth Gill b. abt. 1820/1821 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1860 census.  He married Elmira York on 2 May 1848 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

 

Children of Joseph M. Gill and Elmira York:

  1. a.  John T. Gill b. abt 1848/1849 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  2. b.  Nancy E. Gill b. abt 1850/1851 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  3. c.  William S. Gill b. abt 1852/1853 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  4. d.  Joseph  Gill b. abt 1855 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  5. e.  Frank  Gill b. abt 1858 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  6. f.  Theodora Gill b. abt 1860 in  Meriwether Co., Georgia.

 

Melmoth is an uncommon name, except in the descendents of Thomas Cadet Young.  The name recurred in generation after generation of his descendants and is usually a pretty strong indication of a connection to this particular Young family.

 

(Joseph) Melmuth Gill was enrolled in the Wilkes Co., Georgia, Poor School, listed as age 9 in 1829 and age 11 in 1831. (The Wilkes County Papers, 1773-1833,  Robert Scott Davis, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press (1979), pages 116 and 124.)

 

Joseph was on the 1830 and 1840 censuses with his father:

 

1830  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M19  Roll: 21 

Page: 322

Thomas Y. Gill  120001//101001, 1f slave 10-24  [1m under 5 (William?), 2m 5-9 (Thomas W., Joseph), 1m 30-39 (Thomas Y), 1f under 5 (Mary), 1f 10-15 (Adaline) 1f 30-39(Nancy)]

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

Joseph M. Gill married Elmira York on 2 May 1848, in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

Meriwether Co., Georgia, Marriages

Groom's Name: Joseph M. Gill         

Bride's Name: Elmira York

Marriage Date: 02 May 1848

Marriage Place: Meriwether, Georgia           

Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M39586-3

System Origin: Georgia-EASy

Source Film Number: 327664

 

Joseph M. and Elmira Gill were on the 1850 and 1860 censuses in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77 Page: 340

HH 479/479

Joseph M Gill 29 farmer 300 GA

Almira  22 GA

John T 1 GA

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  ROCKY MT P O Series: M653  Roll: 130  Page: 426

HH 649/649

Joseph Gill 40 farmer 100 GA

Elmira 31 GA

John T. 11 GA

Nancy E. 9 GA

Wm. S. 7 GA

Joseph 5 GA

Frank 3 GA

Theodora 3mo GA

Mary 34 GA cannot r/w [sister]

 

I have not been able to find Joseph M. Gill on the 1870 census. 

 

For exploration:

 

It is possible that Joseph Gill's sons William and Joseph were in the 1870 census in Drew Co., Arkansas:

 

1870  >  ARKANSAS  >  DREW  >  SALINE TWP Series: M593  Roll: 52  Page: 650

HH 58/58

William Nelson 55 farmer 3000/1500 SC

Sarah 51 NC

William Morris 13 in school MS

William Gill 17 in school 0/100 GA

 

1870  >  ARKANSAS  >  DREW  >  MARION TWP Series: M593  Roll: 52  Page: 613

HH 166/166

William Stanley 56 farmer 4200/1000 KY

Jane 53 NC

Mary 16 MS

Joseph Gill 16 farm laborer GA

 

There also was a John T. Gill who married Julia Brown on 28 Dec 1875 in  Fannin Co., Texas:

 

Groom's Name: John Gill

Bride's Name:             Julia Brown

Marriage Date: 28 Dec 1875

Marriage Place: Fannin, Texas          

Indexing Project (Batch) Number:M59175-2

System Origin: Texas-VR

Source Film Number:1293828

Reference Number: 2:1DSJQTH

 

The couple was on the 1880 census in Garland Co., Arkansas, but back in Fannin Co., Texas, for the 1900 census:

 

1880 Census Hot Springs, Garland, Arkansas

John T. GILL   Self   M         Male    W        31        GA      Farmer             GA      GA

Julia Wife         M         Female            W        23        GA      Keeping House   GA  GA

Joseph E. Son               S          Male   W        3          TX                   GA      GA

Lee  Son                      S           Male   W        10M     TX                   GA      GA

Lelia Dau         S          Female            W        10M     TX                   GA      GA

Source Information:

            Census Place   Hot Springs, Garland, Arkansas

            Family History Library Film  1254045

            NA Film Number        T9-0045

            Page Number  143B

 

1900  >  TEXAS  >  FANNIN  >  6-PCT Series: T623  Roll: 1634  Page: 127

John T Gill Mar 1849 51 married 24 years GA GA GA       

Julia A wife Oct 1856 43 6/6 GA GA GA farmer

William G son Jan 18 1882 TX GA GA

Ula M dau Feb 1884 16 TX GA GA  

John F son Mar 1886 14 TX GA GA

Jessie L dau     Aug 1889 10 TX GA GA

Fannie M dau Dec 1892 7 TX GA GA

Bennie L son Apr 1897 3 TX GA GA

 

3.  Thomas Wiley Gill b. 10 October1823, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. 15 April 1881 in Meriwether Co., Georgia.  He married Ann Agnes Render on 4 December 1853 in Meriwether Co., Georgia.  Thomas and Agnes are buried in the Render Family Cemetery near Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia.

 

Children of Thomas Wiley Young and Agnes Render:

  1. a.   James Render Gill b. abt. 1855 in Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia, d. February 1900 in Atlanta, Fulton Co., Georgia, buried in the Render Family Cemetery, Meriwether Co.,  Georgia. Apparently never married.

  2. b.   Sarah A. Gill b. 4 April 1856 in Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia, d. 6 January 1931 in Atlanta Fulton Co., Georgia.  Sarah Gill married Joseph Martin Andrews on 12 December 1876 in Meriwether Co., Georgia.

  3. c.   Joseph  H. Gill b. 10 Oct 1860 in Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia, d. 25 Feb 1930, Wichita State Hospital, Wichita Falls, Wichita Co., Texas.  He never married.

 

Thomas was on the 1830 census with his parents:

 

1830  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M19  Roll: 21 

Page: 322

Thomas Y. Gill  120001//101001, 1f slave 10-24  [1m under 5 (William?), 2m 5-9 (Thomas W., Joseph), 1m 30-39 (Thomas Y), 1f under 5 (Mary), 1f 10-15 (Adaline) 1f 30-39(Nancy)]

 

Thomas Gill was enrolled in the Wilkes Co., Georgia, Poor School in 1831, listed as age 9. (The Wilkes County Papers, 1773-1833,  Robert Scott Davis, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press (1979), page 124.)

 

Thomas was on the 1840 census with his parents:

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

Thomas was in his own household for the 1850 census:

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77 Page: 343

HH 522

Thomas Gill 24 clerk Georgia

 

Thomas Wiley Gill married Agnes Render on 04 Dec 1853, in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967

Groom's Name: Thomas W. Gill

Bride's Name:             Agnes A. Render

Marriage Date: 04 Dec 1853

Marriage Place: Meriwether, Georgia           

Indexing Project (Batch) Number:       M39586-3

System Origin: Georgia-EASy

Source Film Number: 327664

 

Thomas W. Gill was on the 1860 census in Meriwether Co., Georgia, listed next door to his father Thomas Y. Gill, and one house away from his mother-in-law, Sarah Render:

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  GREENVILLE P O Series: M653  Roll: 130  Page: 346

HH 76/76

Thos. W. Gill 34 farming 9000/19408 GA

Ann B. 32 GA

Jas R. 5 GA

Sarah 4 GA

T.Y. Gill 70 (male) VA

Henry? E. Bullock 24 overseeing GA

[next household]

Sarah Render 74 2200?/3000 GA

 

Thomas W. Gill was on the 1870 census listed next door to his mother-in-law and one house away from his father:

 

1870  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  GREENVILLE P O Series: M593  Roll: 165  Page: 299

HH 203 /203

Thomas Gill 46 farmer 4000/1200 GA

Agnes  45 GA

James  15 GA

Sarah A  14 GA

Joseph 9 GA

[next household]

HH 204/204

Sarah Render 85 0/800 GA

Chery Moreland 38 bl domestic servant GA

Hannah 13 bl domestic servant GA

Hariett 10 bl. GA

[next household]

HH 205/205

Thomas Y Gill 81 NC

Mary 38 GA

 

Death Notices from The Meriwether County Vindicator [Georgia], Vol. 1, No. 33, August 1, 1873, page 3: RENDER, Mrs. Sarah, formerly of Wilkes Co., widow of Judge James Render, sister of Dr. Hamilton of Rome and the late Edmund Harris of LaGrange, mother of three surviving children, Mrs. Dr. Anthony, Mrs. Dowdell widow of the late Col. Dowdell, L.L.D. of Alabama, and Mrs. Thos. W. Gill, at the residence of Mr. Gill, near Greenville, on Saturday evening the 26th, in the 88th year of her age; Vol. 1, No. 33, August 1, 1873, page 3

 

Daughter Sarah Gill married Joseph M. Andrews on 12 December 1876 in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

Groom's Name: Joseph M. Andrews

Bride's Name:             Sallie Gill

Marriage Date: 12 Dec 1876

Marriage Place: Meriwether, Georgia           

Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M71335-1

System Origin: Georgia-EASy

Source Film Number: 327664

 

Thomas W. Gill was on the 1880 census still in Meriwether Co., Georgia:

 

1880 Census District 665, Meriwether, Georgia

Thomas GILL  Self     M         Male   W        56        GA      Farmer             NC       GA

Agnes Wife      M         Female            W        55        GA      Keeping House  VA   VA

James R. Son              S           Male   W        25        GA      Works On Farm   GA   GA

Joseph H. Son              S          Male   W        19        GA      Works On Farm   GA   GA

[two intervening households]

Joseph ANDREWS   Self  M   Male   W        30        GA      Farmer             NC       GA

Sallie    Wife   M         Female            W        24        GA      Keeping House   GA   GA

Agnes   Dau      S          Female            W        2          GA                  GA      GA

Lizzie  Dau      S          Female            W        8M       GA                  GA      GA

Benetta Mother   W      Female            W        77        GA                  GA      GA

Source Information:

            Census Place   District 665, Meriwether, Georgia

            Family History Library Film  1254157

            NA Film Number        T9-0157

            Page Number  366C

 

Thomas Wiley Gill died on 15 April 1881 in Meriwether Co., Georgia.  He is buried with his wife Agnes and his son James Render Gill in the Render Family Cemetery near Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia.

 

MERIWETHER COUNTY, GA - NEWSPAPERS OBITS   Volume 26 - Volume 30, December 3, 1897 - November 28, 1902

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/meriwether/newspapers/1902.txt

GILL, Mr. James Render, died in Atlanta last week [February 1900] at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Sallie Gill Andrews, aged about forty-two years; he was born and reared in Greenville, the son of Thos. W. and Agnes Render Gill; he was a member of the Baptist church and for several years has made his home in Norfolk, Va.; his remains reached Greenville last Friday and were laid to rest beside his father and mother in the old Render family burial ground near Greenville; Vol. 28, No. 11, February 18, 1900

 

Texas Death Record:

Name: Joseph H. Gill

Death Date: 25 Feb 1930

Death Place: Wichita State Hospital, Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas

Gender: Male

Race: white

Death Age: 69 years 4 months

Birth Date: 10 Oct 1860

Birthplace: Geo.

Marital Status: Single

Father's Name: Thomas Gill

Father's Birthplace: Geo.

Mother's Name: Agnes Render

Mother's Birthplace: Geo.

Occupation: Laborer

Burial Place: State Hospital   

Burial Date:    27 Feb 1930

Film Number: 2135273

Digital Film Number: 4137708

Image Number:            1108

Reference Number:     cn 11072

 

4.  Son <William> Gill b. 1825-1830 in Wilkes Co., Georgia, died after the 1840 or 1850 census. 

 

Thomas Y. Gill had a son born 1825-1830 listed on both the 1830 and 1840 censuses.  The son wasn't with Thomas on the 1850 census, but he was old enough to have left home by that point.  There was a William Gill on the 1850 census in Meriwether Co., Georgia, who was the right age to have been Thomas' son.  So far, I have not connected him to any other Gill family in Meriwether Co.  I don't know what happened to him after 1850.

 

1830  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M19  Roll: 21 

Page: 322

Thomas Y. Gill  120001//101001, 1f slave 10-24  [1m under 5 (William?), 2m 5-9 (Thomas W., Joseph), 1m 30-39 (Thomas Y), 1f under 5 (Mary), 1f 10-15 (Adaline) 1f 30-39(Nancy)]

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

1830  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M19  Roll: 21 

Page: 322

Thomas Y. Gill  120001//101001, 1f slave 10-24  [1m under 5 (William?), 2m 5-9 (Thomas W., Joseph), 1m 30-39 (Thomas Y), 1f under 5 (Mary), 1f 10-15 (Adaline) 1f 30-39(Nancy)]

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77 Page: 344

HH 538/538

Adam Ragland 39 innn keeper 1500 NC

Demarius 36 GA

John W 13 GA

Louisa 7 GA

Nancy 5 GA

Warren 3 GA

Infant 8mo  GA

Francis R Hudsdon 20 clerk  GA

William H Huntly 30 mechanic NC

James L Bliem 25 smith CT

William Gill 21 bar keeper GA

Francis McLaughlin 27 dentist    ?

Mary F 21   ?

John B Herd 21 teacher   ?

Martha 18 Canada

E Hodsdon 30    ?

Mrs Hodsdon 25    ?

Francis Wadkins 28 stage agent NC

 

5.  Mary Gill b. 1825-1827, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1870 census, probably in Meriwether Co., Georgia.

 

Mary was on the 1830-1870 censuses, but I don't know what happened to her after the 1870 census:

 

1830  >  GEORGIA  >  WILKES  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M19  Roll: 21 

Page: 322

Thomas Y. Gill  120001//101001, 1f slave 10-24  [1m under 5 (William?), 2m 5-9 (Thomas W., Joseph), 1m 30-39 (Thomas Y), 1f under 5 (Mary), 1f 10-15 (Adaline) 1f 30-39(Nancy)]

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77 Page: 344

Page: 334

HH 400/400

Thomas Gill 61 farmer NC

Mary 23 GA

July 19 GA

Benajah 17 GA

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  ROCKY MT P O Series: M653  Roll: 130  Page: 426

HH 649/649

Joseph Gill 40 farmer 100 GA

Elmira 31 GA

John T. 11 GA

Nancy E. 9 GA

Wm. S. 7 GA

Joseph 5 GA

Frank 3 GA

Theodora 3mo GA

Mary 34 GA cannot r/w [sister]

 

1870  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  GREENVILLE P O Series: M593  Roll: 165  Page: 299

HH 205/205

Thomas Y Gill 81 NC

Mary 38 GA

 

6.  Julie Gill  b. 1830/1831, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1850 census.

 

Julia was on the 1840 and 1850 censuses, but I don't know what happened to her after 1850.

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77 Page: 344

Page: 334

HH 400/400

Thomas Gill 61 farmer NC

Mary 23 GA

July 19 GA

Benajah 17 GA

 

7.  Benajah Gill b. 1832/1833, Wilkes Co., Georgia, d. after the 1850 census.

 

Benajah was on the 1840 and 1850 censuses.  I have not been able to find him after 1850, but maybe he went by his middle name  --  whatever that might have been.

 

1840  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  NO TWP LISTED Series: M704  Roll: 46

Page: 136

Thomas Y. Gill 0112001//0111 [1m 5-9 Benajah), 1m 10-14 (William?), 2m 15-19 (Thomas W., Joseph M.), 1m 40-49 (Thomas Y.), 1f 5-9 (Julia), 1f 10-14 (Mary), 1f 15-19 (Adaline)]

 

1850  >  GEORGIA  >  MERIWETHER  >  59-DIVN Series: M432  Roll: 77 Page: 344

Page: 334

HH 400/400

Thomas Gill 61 farmer NC

Mary 23 GA

July 19 GA

Benajah 17 GA

 

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