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Higginbotham, David F. Pvt. Co. F, 12th La. Inf. En. March 17,
1862, Memphis. Tenn. Roll for Nov. and Dec., 1862, Absent, sent
to Hospl. Aug. 8, 1862. Roll for March and April, 1863, Present.
Roll for May and June, 1863, Absent, cut off from this command
at Battle of Bakers Creek; now in Vicksburg. Federal Rolls of
Prisoners of War, Captured and paroled at Vicksburg, Miss.,
July 4, 1863. Roll to Dec. 31, 1863, Absent, captured at
Vicksburg, July 4, 1863, paroled. Rolls from May, 1864, to
Aug., 1864, Absent, captured and paroled Vicksburg, Miss., July
4, 1863; now in Louisiana.
adult by 1749. "Thos.(2) Pearl, son of Robt. Pearl, recorded his
cattle mark at Fred. Co. Court 20 Jan. 1748(49).* He was
bequeathed 5 shillings by his father's 1765 will.**
In June 1767 he owed money to the estate of James Dixon of Fred.
As kinsmen, he & brother James Pearl approved the inventory of
the personal estate of James Colomore of Prince George's Co.,
filed 23 June 1768.***
Never a land-owner in Fred. Co., he was a tenant of Carrollton
Manor, leasing 100 acres in 1771 & 200 acres in 1777.****
On 18 Apr. 1774 in Fred. Co. he & brother Basil Pearl, as
kinsmen, approved the inventory of the personal estate of their
brother James Pearl.*****
By bill of sale dated 3 Aug. 1789 Thomas Paril/Perrill (signed
by mark T) of Fred. Co., planter, sold to Geo. Stockman of
Fred.Co. for ?2.19.0, negro girl Bealler, 9 years old.#
In 1790 Thomas Perrill was head of family in Fred. Co., his
household consisting of two men, one boy age under 16, & 2
females, & located next door to Moses Callaman. ##
*Fred. Co. Land Records, B#1:1.
**Fred. Co. Wills, A#1:257.
***Md. Inventories, 94:217-252.
****Md. Inventories, 96:336.
*****Carrollton Manor Rent Rolls, op.cit.
#Fred. Co. Land Records, WR#8:581.
##Md. 1790 Census, p. 69.