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When could a man stop paying a poll tax in the early 1800's
Posted by: ross smith (ID *****1423) Date: July 30, 2006 at 18:00:04
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Would anyone know when a man could stop paying a poll tax in the early 1800's in Clarke co Ga. I know the age was 21 that he had to pay a poll tax if he was living in Ga even if he did not own land. It was probaly 60 or 65 that he could stop paying a poll tax but I am not sure. Thanks


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