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Orr familys 1790 and 1800 North Carolina census
Posted by: D, L, Pharr (ID *****0831) Date: June 14, 2010 at 12:55:26
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As I've posted before Edward Needy Phair and his son Reverend Edward T. Pharr both married a Mary Orr. Edward Sr. had no children with his Mary Orr. Edward II did. We also note several Orr family when the parents died they left there children in the care of Edward and his brothers. We also know Edward sr died 11 Feb 1795 in Wilkes County Ga. Edward II is shown on the 1800 Oglethorpe County Ga census. We also note Edward II or the 5 child of Edward II and Mary Orr was Edward III and he was born in Abbeville SC. So Edward II had to move back to Abbeville for a while. I tend to think that the John Orr who moved to Jackson C. Ga and his fist child with Polly Bradford was born 4 oct 1812 In Jackson C. Ga. I believe he is related to at least one of the Mary Orrs if not both. We don't know any details of the first Mary Orr. We have a few on the second Mary Orr. The second Mary Orr was born about 1779. If Edward III is correct on the 1880 census in Gwinnett C. he states his mother is not native born. So my guess is she would be born in Ireland. On the 1790 census in South Carolina we have both a John Orr and a Mary Orr. Could this be the first Mary Orr? We will also have to take in that the County system in South Carolina has changed several times since 1790. I'm hoping someone has another piece to this puzzel? If not any ideas?


All 1790 United States Federal Census results for Orr.Matches 14 of 4 Sorted By Relevance
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Number of Free White Males Under 16 Number of Free White Males 16 and Over Number of Free White Females Number of All Other Free Persons Number of Slaves Number of Household Members

John Orr Prince Fredericks, Georgetown, South Carolina 3 1 3 4

Mary Orr Prince Fredericks, Georgetown, South Carolina 1 8 1

William Orr Senior Prince Fredericks, Georgetown, South Carolina 1 3 2 4 6

William Orr Junior Prince Fredericks, Georgetown, South Carolina 1 1 2

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All 1800 South Carolina United States Federal Census results for Orr.
(City,County,State) Number of Slaves Number of Household Members Under 16 Number of Household Members Over 25 Number of Household Members Total

Alexander Orr Pendleton District, South Carolina 4 3 9

John Orr Chester, South Carolina 5 2 7

John Orr Pendleton District, South Carolina 1 5 1 7

Mary Orr Darlington, South Carolina 3 4 1 5

Robert Orr Pendleton District, South Carolina 2 2 4

William Orr Pendleton District, South Carolina 1 1

All 1810 United States Federal Census results for Orr.Matches 110 of 10 Sorted By Relevance
Number of Slaves Number of Household Members Under 16 Number of Household Members Over 25 Number of Household Members Total

Bunyan Orr York, South Carolina 5 2 7

John Orr Pendleton, South Carolina 1 4

John Orr Pendleton, South Carolina 3 2 5

Marget Orr Chester, Chester, South Carolina 4 1 6

Robert Orr Pendleton, South Carolina 2 2

Robt Orr Pendleton, South Carolina 2 1 4

Timothy Orr Pendleton, South Carolina 7 2 9

Wm Orr Chester, Chester, South Carolina 1 3 1 5

Wm Orr Chester, Chester, South Carolina 2

Wm Orr Pendleton, South Carolina 3 2 3 6


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