Early Pendleton County Deninquent Tax Records


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

Colored Delinquent List for County Levy & Bridge Levy for 1872.



Gillard, James

Stern, Spencer
Hampton, James Alexander, Richard
Burlew, Edward Harrison, Martin
Smith, Lewis Handy, John
Green, Robert Givens, Moses
Griveous, Marshall French, John
Williams, Andrew Sneed, James
Curry, George Mundy, Daniel
Ashbrook, George Grundy, Wm.
Black, Gilbert Munday, Thomas
Chew, Beverly Broadus, Andrew
Coleman, Bannum Holland, Joseph
Stowers, Abe Tone Philip
Moran, Henry Sunins, Robert
Gains, Granville Thornton, Wm.
Ingles, Curtis Crozer, James
Demary, Wallace Thornton, Rankin
Black, Allen Angel, George
Black, Moses Smith, Alex
Alexander, Abe Jones, George
Woodfork, Elias Mack, Isaac
Hathman, Alex Williams, W.M.
Toliver, Whaley Lawrence, Stephen
Robinson, Antony Lawrence, Dillard
Robinson, Jerry Page, Jerry
Charles, Dills Lawrence, Geo.
Henderson, Ben Linaly, John
Ginn, Newell Duncan, Allen
Rice, George Scott, Owen
Brauley, Henry Cason, Richard
Thompson, Solon Hitch, Caleb
Stoker, George Baker, Thomas
Fields, Nathaniel Crozier, George
Prater, Morgan Ayers, Robert
Alexander, L. Douglass, Wm.
Hall, Barton Southgate, E.B.
Williams, Willis Thomas, Henry
Hand, Richard Coleman, W.A.
Moore, Alexr Cain, Joseph
Broadwell, George Willet, James
Fussell, Thomas Hutson, Robert
Mundy, John  







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