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Re: Pendarvis/Tucker/Williams
Posted by: Jenna Tong Date: August 24, 2001 at 11:37:47
In Reply to: Pendarvis/Tucker/Williams by Pat of 246

1850 census of Alachua:

24 189 189
Pendarvis James 53 M Farmer $3,000 South Carolina
25 189 189
Pendarvis Eurastus 24 M Farmer Georgia
26 189 189
Pendarvis James R. 15 M None Georgia X
27 189 189
Pendarvis Mary 11 F Florida

(X means he was at school)

The 1830 census of Camden Co, GA shows James Pendarvis, household with:

2 white males under 5
1 white male 30 to 40
1 white female under 5
1 white female 20 to 30

This is the 1860 census of Alachua:

Pendarvis Families.

James Pendarvis, 49, Farmer, worth $100
Zibby, (female) 53
J. B. 24, Farmer, worth $50
Allen ,18, Farm Labourer
Daniel B, 15,
Charity S, 12
L. Susannah, 8
All born SC

Erastus, 33, farmer, worth $1000 in real estate, $300 personal (born GA)
Malissa, 20, born SC
James H., 6 months, born Florida.

James, 28, Farmer. Real estate value $20,000 - personal value $25,000
born SC
Nancy, 30.
Pallatiah, 6 (male)

Also a James Pindarvis was listed in NEWNANSVILLE PRECINCT of Alachua county as being one of the first voters in Florida, at the 1845 election.

To qualify to vote at this time, you had to be over 21, own land, be a white male, be a citizen of the US, had lived in Alucha (or place of residence) for at least 6 months, had lived in Florida for at least 2 years.

His name is also on a lot of town deeds, either of him buying, or assisting in the selling of other peoples land, as an attorney to them.



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