Pendarvis Family Genealogy Forum
According to the 1798 inventory for the estate of James Pendarvis, Cesar and Juba (value $110), were living at the "middle plantation called Beach Hill," and Cesar and Sue (value $100), were living at the "upper plantation called the Camp." The inventory list the slaves by married couples and/or mothers with children. I think the children are listed with their parents only if they are still dependent on their parents for food, shelter, etc.
None of the other Pendarvis wills or inventories that I have handy mention a Cesar. There is a 1767 list of slaves given by Josiah Pendarvis, Sr. to his son Richard "Tory Dick" Pendarvis, but I don't have a copy of it at home, and I don't recall whether a Cesar is mentioned. I believe it is in the Miscellaneous Records collection, and can be found at the State Archives in Columbia. I'll try and remember to look next time I'm there.