Note: 1850 - Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland James Iglehart - 60 - merchant - $15,000 - b. AA County, Md. Mrs. Waddell - 26 - fe - Annapolis (married daughter) J. J. Waddell - 27 - US Navy - North Carolina (son in law) H. Iglehart - 21 - lawyer - Annapolis James Iglehart - 18 " W. T. Iglehart - 16 - male " O. S. Iglehart - 13 - male " Miss E. Mills - 60 - A. A. County James Iglehart owns 9 slaves 1860 - Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland James Iglehart - 69 - merchant - $11,000 + $30,000 Md J. J. Waddell - 36 - Lt. US Navy - $3,000 - NC (son in law) Ann S. " - 36 MD W. T. Iglehart - 25 - lawyer Md & below O. S. Iglehart - 23 - surgeon US Navy A. H. Waddell - 1 - fe James Iglehart owns 4 slaves 1870 - Annapolis, Anne Arundel, Maryland James Iglehart - 79 - dry good and grocery merchant 2 black domestic servants NOTE: lives beside his daughter and son in law: James Waddell - 46 - hardware merchant - $8,000 + $14,000 - NC Ann Waddell - 40 - keeping house MD
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