Early Pendleton County Delinquent Tax Records

1880

Transcribed from FHL microfilm 358486.  Images from the microfilm were donated by Joy Fisher.




Deliquent list Negros, School tax 1880, filed Jan 7, 1881

NAME

NAME

Warner, Samuel

Webb, Arch
Carroll, Alfred Decd. Angell, Geo. L.
Lindsey, James McGee, Charles
Holland, Joseph Penn, Peter
Broadus, John Robbins, Tip and Richard
Whaley, Toliver Hand, Richard
Jones, Samuel Coleman, James
Durbin, John Johnson, Shelton
Munday, John Armstead, Burton
Munday, Wm. Kelley, Jordan
Foster, Woodford Williams, Wm
Warrick, George Williams, Simon
Logan, Marion Curry, Fleming
Blackburm, Henry Ferry, Eli
Patten, Charles Ferry, Henry
Fields, Nathaniel Crumble, Scott
Allen, Perry Clemmons, Silas
Atkins, John Alvis, James
McWilliams, Geo. C. & Jack French, John
Givens, Moses Lawrence, Steve
Williams, John Monroe, Handy S.
Alexander, John Stern, Spencer
Alexander, Richard Warner, John
Stowers, Robert Black, Moses
Miller, Thomas Fisher, Robert
Wheeler, Hiram Moore, Alexr
Hall, Harrison Signell, Newell
Alexander Bazil Ecklar, Jackson
Douglass, Wm. Coleman, Ben
Johnson, Joseph Price, Joseph
Hitch, Caleb Grevous, Wesley
Ayers, WIllis Grevous, Marshall
Smalley, Smith Belew, Ed
Best, James Blackburn, David
Black, George Sr. Jones, Robert
Stowers, Jeremiah Fussee, Thomas
Ecklar, Thomas  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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