Person:Elizabeth Hill (22)

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Elizabeth Hill
b.31 Jul 1808 , Jasper, Georgia
m. Abt 1795
  1. _____ Hill1796 -
  2. _____ Hill1797 -
  3. Winifred Hill1798 - Bef 1880
  4. _____ HillAbt 1799 -
  5. William C. Hill1800 - 1881
  6. Mary HillAbt 1802 - Aft 1860
  7. Elizabeth Hill1808 - 1891
  8. Isariah HillAbt 1809 - 1881
  9. Ivy Hill1810 - 1886
  10. John Anderson HillAbt 1812 - 1864
  11. Martin Hill1819 - 1891
m. 8 Feb 1829
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Hill
Gender Female
Birth? 31 Jul 1808 , Jasper, Georgia
Marriage 8 Feb 1829 , Jasper, Georgiato Elisha Walden
Census[1][3] 1850 Fayette County, Georgia
Census[4] 1860 Clayton County, Georgia
Census[2][5] 23 Jun 1870 Clayton County, Georgia
Other[6] 1879 Clayton County, GeorgiaMilitary Pension
Death? 1891 Clayton County, Georgia
References
  1. United States. Census Office. Georgia, 1850 population census schedules, M432. (Washington, D.C. : The National Archives, 1964)
    Elisha Walden household; Fayette County, roll 69, page 64, family #974; FHL film 7065.
  2. United States. Census Office. Georgia, 1870 population census schedules, M593. (Washington, D.C. : The National Archives, 1962, 1968)
    Elisha Walden household; Clayton county; roll ??, page 93, family #323; FHL film 545643.
  3. She lived with her husband, Elisha Walden, and ten children on a farm in the 29th district of the county. She was born in Georgia.
  4. She lived with her husband, Elisha Walden, and six children, ages ranging from 19 to 9. They lived on a farm that was valued at $1200 and personal property at $1700. They live on 176 acres of land of which 100 acres are improved. Elisha has on the farm, two horses, one mule, three milk cows, four working oxen, twenty sheep and twenty-four swine. His livestock is valued at $400. For the twelve months prior to the census he farmed 560 bushels of indian corn, 77 bushels of wheat, 2 bales of ginned cotton (400 lbs each), 50 pounds of peas and beans, 100 pounds of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of honey. They also farmed small quanties of Irish potatoes and orchard products. The population of the county was 4,466 of which 27% were slaves. Clayton county was created from parts of Fayette and Henry's counties in 1858.
  5. She lived with her husband, Elisha Walden, and their son. The farm land was worth $750 and personal property $160.
  6. Elizabeth recieved a pension from the service of her husband in the War of 1812. He served for 6 months in 1814 in Virginia. She recieved $8 per month.