Here is the abstract that was sent to me in regards to William Pendarvis. I do believe at this time the William under 21 was MY William who died 1845 in Nassau County.
Will of William Pendarvis dated 7 June 1786: Wife: Mary. Son William, under 21 years. Daus: Mary and Ann, under 18 years and unmarried. Father: James Pendarvis, Executor. Mentions: Wife to live with my children and be maintained from profits of estste during her widowhood. Wit: Edward Green, his mark; David Kittleband ( South Carolina )
Note the father was JAMES.
Will of James Pendarvis, St. Pauls Parish, Charleston Dist., planter. Son: William, deceased. Daus. Elizabeth Mary Smith; Ann Perry. Grandsons: William Pendarvis, all my lands at Beach Hill at 18 years; son [not named} toward the end of the will "William Eckells and son-in-law Samuel Perry and act as such for estate of Son William, deceased, and guardians of 2 grandchildren William and Ann Pendarvis.
NOTE: I have this in photo .jpg form if anyone wants a copy. D: 22 Aug 1796 probated 5 July 1797 recorded p. 403.
This fits with the age of my William ( b. c.1784 ) who died in Nassau County, Florida. I asked the person who provided these wills to send me only the SC wills that mentioned a William for this time period. These were the only 2.
The James in Alachua County is most likely a son of James in this will ( not mentioned ) BUT of course I am not sure of this and cannot prove it. NO doubt there was a close relationship to my William, James, George and the other Pendarvis of Georgia and Florida.
Sharon Broward Davis
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