Columbia County 1821 tax lists show three Gills all immediately adjacent to each other: William H. Gill, John N. Gill, and Charles C. Gill. All paid poll tax, including John N. Gill, implying they resided in Columbia County, for 31 1/4 cents. This is pretty clearly John Nielson Gill, son of John Gill, who fought in the War of 1812, who had his land seized in Barnwell Co., SC in 1821. What was he doing in Columbia Co, GA? He then went to Monroe County, Alabama by 1830. No question but the bastard got around! (and that is a literal quote!)
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