Person:William Hill (38)

William C. Hill
d.11 Nov 1881 Heard County, 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. 30 Jan 1825
Facts and Events
Name William C. Hill
Gender Male
Birth? 22 Jun 1800 Surry County, North Carolina
Marriage 30 Jan 1825 , Jasper, Georgiato Mary Daniel Kirk
Census[1][4] 1850 Heard County, Georgia
Census[2][3][5] 14 Aug 1860 Heard County, Georgia
Death? 11 Nov 1881 Heard County, Georgia
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  1. United States. Census Office. Georgia, 1850 population census schedules, M432. (Washington, D.C. : The National Archives, 1964)
    Wm Hill household: Heard County, roll 73, page 80, Family #226; FHL film 7065.
  2. United States. Census Office. Georgia, 1860 population census schedules, M653. (Washington, D.C. : The National Archives, 1950, 1967)
    William Hill household;Heard County; roll ??, folio 758, family #642; FHL 803127.
  3. United States. Census Office. Nonpopulation census schedules of Georgia, 1850-1880, T1137. (Washington, D.C. : The National Archives, 1988)
    1860 Agriculture Census, Heard county; roll 5, page 23, line 3; FHL film 1602481.
  4. He lived with his wife, Mary, and seven children in the 41st district of the county. He was a farmer. His land was worth $1200. He was born in South Carolina. The population of the county was 6,923 of which 35% were slaves
  5. He lives on a farm with his wife, Mary, and four children. He is 58 years old and was born in North Carolina. His land is valued at $2,000 while his personal property is valued at $3600. He lives on 200 acres of land of which 90 acres are improved. He has on the farm, two horses, two mules, four milk cows, and thirty swine. His livestock is valued at $545. For the twelve months prior to the census he farmed 250 bushels of indian corn, 16 bales of ginned cotton (400 lbs each), 100 pounds of sweet potatoes, 50 pounds of honey.