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Barzillai Vanderford (3038)

Father: Richard Vanderford (2005)
Mother: Nancy Bonner


b. 1800 in Georgia [census-Miss]

d. July 24, 1876 in Corinth, Mississippi [McDonald]

m. Feb. 22, 1826 in Madison Co., Georgia, Milberry Taylor, daughter of Daniel Taylor and Sarah Delora Strickland[LDS] and sister of Louisa wife of Josiah M. Vanderford (3043), b. 1802 in Georgia [census-Miss]

Issue: [census-Ga & Miss]

Richard P. (4095), b. 1830

John Daniel (4091), b. Sept. 27, 1828, d. July 17, 1893 [McDonald]

Louisa Melissa, b. 1832 in Georgia

m. Nov. 3, 1855, Marcus L. Farris [McDonald]

Nancy Emily, b. 1834 in Georgia

m. Sept. 15, 1857 in Tishomingo County, Miss., John Rinehart [AlC mar 1857-9:59]
m2. Joseph Key

Francis, b. 1836 in Georgia

m. March 21, 1860, John Culpepper Smith [AlC mar 1859-60:262]

Adrell Barzilla (4092), b. Nov. 1, 1837, d. Oct. 23, 1902

boy, b. 1835-40, d. before 1850

Sarah, b. 1842 in Georgia

Almedia Mary "Poppet" (4093), b. 1844

Information:

1823:
Barzillai bought 250 acres in Walton County, Georgia. [Darryl]

1830:
Barzillai lived in Madison County, Georgia with his wife and two small sons. He had a male and female slave both under 10 years old. [census-Ga]

December 26, 1831:
Barzillai sold his land in Walton County, Georgia. [Darryl]

1840:
Barzillai lived in Madison County, Georgia with his wife, 3 sons and 4 daughters. His household included 7 slaves: a male 24-35, a male and 2 females 10-24 and 3 males under 10. [census-Ga]

December 4, 1849:
Barzillai sold 280 acres on Sandy Creek in Madison County, Georgia for $363. [Darryl]

January 5, 1850 (recorded January 18, 1853):
Barzillai bought the 160 acres of the south east quarter of Section 16 Township 3 Range 8 East of the Chickasaw Survey in Tishomingo County (now Alcorn County), Mississippi for $450. [AlC deed P:243]

March 1, 1850 (recorded January 12, 1855):
Barzillai bought the south east quarter of Section 23 Township 2 Range 7 East of the Chickasaw Survey for $270. [AlC deed R:311-2]

1850:
Barzillai lived in the 4th District of Tishomingo County (now Alcorn County), Mississippi with his wife, son and 6 daughters. He was a farmer and the value of his real property was $1,000. [census-Miss]

December 4, 1850:
Barzillai's son John D. sold his father's remaining land, 260 acres in Madison County, Georgia for $327. [Darryl]

September 1, 1851 (recorded January 18, 1853):
Barzillai bought the south west quarter of Section 24 Township 2 Range 7 East in the Chickasaw Survey for $320. [AlC deed P:244]

April 18, 1853 (recorded April 8, 1875):
Barzillai bought the 159.66 acres of the south west quarter of Section 8 Township 3 Range 8 East for $19.96 at Pontotoc, Mississippi. [AlC deed 5:79]

February 16, 1857:
Barzillai and E. F. Haney posted the $1000 bond to allow G. W. Smith to engage in the sale of "vinous and spiritous liquors." [AlC bond 1848-9:loose]

1859:
Barzillai was the Justice of Peace in Tishomingo County (now Alcorn County), Mississippi. [AlC deed book V]

1860:
Barzillai lived in Jacinto, Tishomingo County (now Alcorn County), Mississippi with his wife, a son and a daughter. He was a farmer and the value of his real property was $5,000 and personal property was $40,000. [census-Miss]

1864:
Barzillai paid $12.15 in state taxes based on 5 head of cattle, 12 slaves under 15 valued at $3000, 2 male slaves valued at $2000 and 2 female slaves valued at $1400. [AlC pers prop tax]

October 18, 1865 (recorded September 6, 1866):
Barzillai and his wife Milberry gave to their daughter Louisa Melissa the east half of the north west quarter of Section 24, Township 2, Range 7 East in Alcorn County, Mississippi. [AlC deed Z:153-4]

November 8, 1865 (recorded September 3, 1866):
Barzillai and his wife Milberry gave to their son John Daniel the west half of the north west quarter of Section 24, Township 2, Range 7 East in Alcorn County, Mississippi. [AlC deed Z:149-50]

December 13, 1865 (recorded February 23, 1874):
Barzillai bought the north ends of Lots 1 and 2, Block 86 in Corinth, Mississippi for $125. [AlC deed 4:5]

1870:
Barzillai was a farmer and lived in Alcorn County Mississippi with his wife and youngest daughter. Also living with them was 8 year old Molly, 5 year old Mauda and 4 year old Sallie. The value of his real property was $2,500 and personal property was $700. [census-Miss]

January 21, 1871 (recorded April 5, 1872):
Barzillai sold the west half of the south east quarter of Section 23, Township 2, Range 7 for $400. [AlC deed 1:250]

February 23, 1874 (recorded March 2, 1874):
Barzillai bought the north half of lots 1 and 2 in Block 86 of the town of Corinth for $25.00. [AlC deed 3:446-7]

1876:
Barzillai filed a claim for $4,766.50 to compensaste him for horses, mules, oxen, hogs, sheep, poultry, cotton, fencing, gin, produce and provisions taken by Union soldiers during the Civil War. His claim was disallowed. [NA claim 872]

July 10, 1876 (recorded July 11, 1876):
Barzillai for $400 bound to C. A. C. Renardett the north ends of Lots 1 and 2, Block 8 in Corinth, Mississippi. [AlC deed 5:429-30]


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