Peter Gill born <1801, probable son of Days Gill

Peter Gill's land mentioned in Jones County 26 Feb. 1822, so he was born before 1801.(Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1819-1822, Volume Two, By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz p613, courtesy of Kenyon Gill), mentioned in 1822 p642.  (Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1829-1835, Volume Four, By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz p46, courtesy of Kenyon Gill) Jones County Sheriff sales, 1826, Peter Gill mentioned (along with Thos. Bazemore & Wm. Jackson, these are Allendale Co., SC family names).  Ibid p48, "one negro boy slave Edward aged 15, taken as property of Peter Gill to satisfy an execution in favor of Geo. W. Dillingham.  Ibid 227, (1829-1835) sheriff's sale at Clinton, Jones County, 202 1/2 acres of land whereon Peter Gill now lives, adjoining lands of Duncan McDuffie and others, levied on as the property of Peter Gill to satisfy executions or fi fas in favor of Geo. W. Dilingham.  Ibid page 243, Jones Co. Sheriff Sales, "one negro girl levied as the property of Peter Gill to satisfy executions or fi fas in favor of W. & G. Pope.  Ibid p336 " one negro girl levied on as the property of Peter Gill, to satisfy executions or fi fas in favor of Wm. J. Card. (Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1824-1828, Volume Three, By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz p2, courtesy of Kenyon Gill) 1 Jan. 1824 letter remaining at Clinton, GA post office, Peter Gill.  Ibid p290 Clinton, Jones Co. land mentioned adjoining Peter Gill on Caney Creek.  Ibid p617 land mentioned adjoining Peter Gill.  Ibid p753 Clinton, Jones Co. land to be sold, 202 1/2 acres of land where on Peter Gill now lives, levied on as property of said Gill, to satisfy a fi fa in favor of Senica Cane vs said Gill.  Ibid p792 29 Oct. 1827 202 1/2 acres of land whereon Peter Gill now lives, levied in favor of a fi fa of Seneca Cone.  Ibid  p868, negro boy named Dennis 15 years old, levied as property of Peter Gill, to satisfy five executions in favor of Asa Cox, 4 in favor of Jackson Hammock, 3 in favor of A. W. Langdon, and 1 in favor of Frederick Sims & Co. Ibid p936, 30 June 1828, Peter Gill security in losing lawsuit of James S. Newby.   Ibid p950 4 Aug. 1828 one negro girl, Anne, about 10 years old, taken as property of Peter Gill to satisfy 4 executions in favor of J.D. Weathers, Samuel C. Lippett, Hy. Wood, and 1 favor of Thomas Rockmore, Jones Co.

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