William Gill born <1802, possible son of Days Gill

 In 1826 Days Gill had 30 acres of land in Baldwin Co. levied by the court as bail for William Gill, to satisfy a fi fa issued from a justices court. Presumably this William Gill is a son or brother, and must have been 21 at the time, or born before 1805. (Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1824-1828, Volume Three, By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz p499, courtesy of Kenyon Gill). Wm. Gill had unclaimed letters in the Monticello, GA Post Office 1 April 1819 (Hartz, Vol. Two page 75).  Wm. Gill was cited in a legal suit against property of William Gill, in Wm. Wm.s vs Stephen Hackney, Wm. Gill, John Gill and Eli S. Shorter, all of Monticello, Jasper County, GA 27 May 1823, so all were born before 1802.  (Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1819-1822, Volume Two, By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz p883, courtesy of Kenyon Gill). Ibid 1822 p612, Wm. Gill lived on land on the waters of Murder Creek, 14th dist. originally Baldwin no Jasper County, land levied to satisfy a fi fa in favor of Edmond Loyd, deceased.  Ibid 1822 p679 Wm. Gill had unclaimed letters in the post office at Madison.  Ibid 27 August 1822 p710 (Jasper County, GA): "one negro girl, 4 beds, 6 trunks, 6 windsor chairs, 4 pewter dishes, one looking glass, 2 pots, 4 piggins, all levied as the property of Wm. Gill to satisfy a fi fa in favor of Daniel Coleman & Samuel Shy.  Ibid p768 26 Nov. 1822, mentioned in legal suite in Newton Co. formerly Henry County.  Ibid p775, 3 Dec. 1822, mentioned in legal suite in Jasper County.  Ibid p817 11 Feb. 1823, Monticello, Jasper Co., 400 acres of land whereon live John Towns in 14th dist. formerly Baldwin, now Jasper Co., levied to satisfy the tax of Wm. Gill, tax due $13.87 1/2.  (Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1824-1828, Volume Three, By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz p35, courtesy of Kenyon Gill) Wm. Gill mentioned in lawsuit 2 Mar. 1824.  Ibid p147 Wm. Gill mentioned in lawsuit 31 Aug. 1824.  Ibid p246 Monticello, Jasper Co. 30 acres levied on as property of Wm. Gill to satisfy a fi fa in favor of Wm. Wm.s vs S. Hackney, Wm. Gill, John Gill, & Eli S. Shorter.

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