This James, Thomas, and Robert Gill apparently came from Bullock Co., GA in 1811.
|1816 Territorial Census||WM||WM||WF||WF||W|
|Marion Co, MS||born||>21||<21||>21||<21||Tot||FPC||Sl||Tot|
|James Gill||<1785||1||6||1||4||12||-||-||12||probably born 1816-(21+10)=<|
|Thomas Gill||<1795||1||-||-||-||1||-||-||1||probably right at 21 (no children)|
|Robert Gill||<1795||1||-||-||-||1||-||-||1||probably right at 21 (no children)|
James, Thomas, and Robert Gill appear to be the three Gills who applied for a passport through Indian lands from Bullock Co., GA in 1811.
|1816 MS Census (became AL)||born||WM||WM||WF||WF||W|
|Clarke County AL||>21||<21||>21||<21||Tot||FPC||Sl||Tot|
|Madison County, AL|
1820 MS Under 10 white males, 10 - 16 white males, 16 - 18 white males, 16 - 26 white males, 26 - 45 white males, over 45 white males, under 10 white females, 10 - 16 white females, 16 - 26 white females, 26 - 45 white females, over 45 white females
|Robert M. Gill||Wilkinson||1775-94||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
The Robert M. Gill in Wilkinson Co., MS in 1820 is perfectly consistent with the Robert Gill in Marion Co., MS in 1816. It would appear that this Robert Gill had no children with him in MS, and his wife died between 1811 and 1816. Robert M. Gill appears to be the Robert Gill who migrated from Bullock Co., GA in 1811, and he had no children with him in 1811 (Alice, this is therefore NOT your Robert Gill!!!).
1830 MS Census Under 10 white males, 10 - 20 white males, 20 - 40 white males, 40 - 60 white males, 60 and over white males, under 10 white females, 10 - 20 white females, 20 - 40 white females, 40 - 60 white females, 60 and over white females,
|Reuben Gill, Jr.||Lawrence||1790-1810||0||1||1||0||0||0||1||0||0||0|
|Reuben Gill, Sr.||Lawrence||1770-90||3||1||0||1||0||3||1||0||1||1||note Reuben has an older woman with him.|
|James Gill, Jr.||Marion||1790-1810||1||0||1||0||0||1||0||1||0||0||not 1820 James Gill|
|Thomas Gill||Rankin||1770-90||4||2||1||1||0||0||1||0||1||0||could be same Thomas in Marion Co.|
The Lawrence Co., MS Gills are reputedly the Richland Co., SC set kin to John Gill who removed from Lawrence Co. to Amite Co. Some Wilsons from what is now Allendale Co., SC also reputedly removed to Amite Co., MS.
1853 Mississipi State Census
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1816 Territorial Census of Marion Co Mississippi
1816 Mississippi Census (This part of MS later became Alabama)
Ms County Clarke
Ms Madison Co
1820 MS Census -
1830 Mississippi Census
1841 Covington County MS State Census
Gill, Jesse M. 4 males and 3 females
1840 MS Federal Census
1850 Ms Census - there were Gills living in these counties (I don't have all these records)