I checked the Jackson Co., GA 1830 census and found:
Jacob Garrard males 60-69 and 20-29; females 60-69
James Garrard males 30-39 and two young boys; females 30-39 and two young girls
They are adjacent in the census.
There was one Garrard in the 1820 census index (no given name), but the census was not on line.
There is no way of telling if the Jacob is the older or younger male, but with the female 60-69, it is probable that Jacob is the older, i.e., born 1761-70. This fits the age of the Jacob born 1763.
Since this is not my line, I am not carrying it further.
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