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Who was the old man Pendarvis?
Posted by: j.pendarvis Date: November 11, 2000 at 17:09:22
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This is from the Macon Telegraph: Saturday 16th, Feb., 1839, "Last night my nearest neighbor Pendarvis, his wife and most of his children...were killed by the Indians. The Pendarvis family resided at the head of the Waculla, 2 miles from the railroad and 12 from Tallahassee. H. Archer added a note that both Mr. and Mrs. Pendarvis and 2 children were murdered. He was called the old man. Five children, the two eldest girls, one boy and two small girl children have been picked up in the woods unhurt" Who was the old man Pendarvis and who was this family? Thanks...


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