These url's do NOT work, Florida State took them off the Alachua County Website.

Susan Pendarvis Stroble listed:
Susan Pendarvis Stroble listed:
Susan Pendarvis Stroble listed:
Susan Pendarvis Stroble listed as daughter of James Pendarvis, Mar 1880
Exley vs Stroble
James Exley & Guardianship Record listed:
Pellie Pendarvis-Button, Exley & Stroble:
Exley vs Sroble
Exley vs Stroble
W W Button & Susan Pendarvis Stroble listed:
James Exley Adm. Record listed:
James Exley & his lawyer, Myers listed:
(Listed on bottom of this page)
Sale of Pendarvis Land:

"Land Records"
Exley, James B. 1857
Exley, James W. 6/29/1889 FL 0780__.370 Homestead Entry 135 acres
Exley, Margarett 6/29/1889 FL 0780__.371 Homestead Entry 158.89 acres

Deed Records
James W. Exley, Grantee; M.A. Whetstone, Grantor; Gainsville, Hall County, GA.
Deed Record M, Date Recorded:�Nov 21, 1879, Pg . Property Description: 168 acres in Newnansville, near Lake City, Alachua County, FL (price $200.00)
Exley, James W. Grantor;�Book S Page 273; Exley, Margaret Grantee;�Book S Page 273
Exley Jas W. Grantee�Book M Page 071
Exley Margaret Grantor�Book E Page 694
Deed Records Images
Mary Exley/Carrie Exley- Deed Bk 26, pg 61
Mary Exley/Emma Blanton
Deed BK Y, pg 99
Mary, James, & Carrie Exley, Deed BK 26, pg 93

"Transcribed Records"
1857 State of Florida}
Alachua County}
Personally appeared before the subscriber Judge of Probate of Alachua County Margaret Exley who being duly sworn as to whether James Exley for whose estate deponent is now applying for letters of administration, died without a will, states in answer to the interogatory that said James Exley left no last will and Testament.
And further that he left two children deponent, further swear that she will well and truly administor all and singular the goods, chattles, rights and credits of said deceased make a just and true inventory of the same, pay his debts as far as the assests of the estate shall extend and the law direct and make a fair distribution according to law, and render a true account of the administration when required.
sworn to and subscribed
Margaret Exley
before me this fifth day of November A.D. 1857
Andrew Robb L.S.
Judge of Probate Alachua County

State of Florida}
Alachua County}
Know all men by these present that we:
Margaret Exley, James Pendarvil and Lewelling Williams
are held and firmly� bound unto the Governor of the State of Florida and his successors in office, in�the sum of Six Thousand---------- dollars for the payment wherof, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally, firmly by these present.
Signed and sealed this 5th day of November, A.D. 1857.
The condition of this obligation is made that if the above bounden Margaret Exley administrator of all and singular the goods, chattles, rights and credits of James Exley deceased, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattles, rights and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of her the said Margaret Exley or into the hands or possession of any person or persons for her and the same be made, do cause to be filed in the office of the Judge of Probate for the county of Alachua at or before the first day of January next ensuing and all the goods, chattles, rights and credits of the said deceased, at the time of the�death of the said deceased, which at any time after shall come to the hands or possession of the said Margaret Exley or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her to well and truly administor according to law; and further make or cause to be made a true and just account of her administration, when required, and all the use and residue of said goods, chattles, rights and credits which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the same being first examined and allowed by the Probate Court of the County where the said admistration is granted, and shall deliver or pay to each person or persons respectivley, as the said court by their order or decree,�pursuant to the true intent and meaning of this act, shall approve and direct, and if it shall thereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the said deceased and the excutory or executor therin named do file the same in the office of the said Court, make request to have it allowed and approved and the said will is allowed and approved by the said�Court, then if the said Margaret�Exley, above bounden, being thereafter required, do render and deliver the said� letter of administration, then this obligation to be said and of no effect, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.
Andrew Robb
Sam'l B. McLin
Minerva Williams
Lewellen Williams LS
Margaret Exley�� LS
James Pendarvil� LS

I approve of the security to this bond Nov 5th 1857.
Andrew Robb
Judge of Probate Alachua CC

He took over as adm Dec 1880; the estate was disolved 1894, with $0.00 remaining funds.
Alachua Co, FL image # 62_28_16
Copied as it is wrote in records: (NOTE:these may or maynot be all children of James and Nancy Pendarvis.)
James Pendarvis d. abt 1867 and Nancy Pendarvis d. Sept 1872
children: [1] Erastus L. Pendarvis d. 1866, married to H. M. Huggins, 1 child Anna, married Julius Jeffords of Highsprings, FL
[2] Lizzie Pendarvis (died) - married to Benjamin Brownlow died, and left 2 children, Benjamin and Emily, whose residence is Sutherland, Hillsboro Co, FL
[3] Susan Pendarvis Strobel in Alachua Co, FL, married to Daniel V. Strobel children-George, Laura & Ellen married to ? Myers
[4] Richard Pendarvis, died before 1880, 1 child, Victoria Pendarvis Hill, married to Rufus Hill, both reside in Alachua Co, High Springs, FL
[5] W. W. Pendarvis, whose residence is in Panarasoffkee??, FL
[6] Pelly Pendarvis Button, d. 1880, married to W. W. Button (moved to Tampa, FL): children: Ella Pendarvis, moved to Greenville, SC Steven Pendarvis, moved to Greenville, SC Walter Button, moved to Tampa, FL, Albert Button, moved to Tampa, FL, Mary Button, moved to Tampa, FL
[7] George Pendarvis
[8] Joseph Pendarvis, who resides in Galveston, TX
In another probate record, it list another child--
[9] Allen. But nothing on Allen in these pages.
James Exley received quardinship of minor Pendarvis children: Allen, George, and Joseph. The estate was abt 700 acres, in Newnansville and Alligator, on Bellany Road, (as discribed in "The Gainsville Daily Sun" newspaper) and disolved by Cooper & Cooper Att, Jacksonville, Fl by Nov 1894, with $0.00 remaining funds.
[DOCUMENTED: probate records for Alachua Co, FL] James Exley, son of James W. Exley and Margaret (Nancy's sister) Williams-[1]Issac Blanton-[2]James Exley, Alachua County, FL.

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