Note: At the breaking out of the War Between the States, John Tayloe Perrin was a young and successful planter in his native county. Virginia having cast her lot with the South, he enlisted in the Confederate army, and was active in organizing the Twenty Sixth Virginia Regiment of Infantry, which was soon made a part of Wise's Brigade. He was elected captain of one of its companies. He served with distinction in Virginia, South Carolina, and Florida with his command. During 1864, in a battle near Petersburg, he was disabled by a serious wound, which rendered him lame for life. Source: Confederate Veteran, Volume XII, 1904, page 193. (contributed by John Tabb) 1850 - Not Stated, Gloucester, Virginia William K. Perrin - 65 - farmer - $35,000 - all Va. Sarah T. - 55 Wm. K. - 15 John T. - 13 George W. Nicholson - 8 Menham Kemp - 5 Emily D. Kemp - 2 John Burwell - 42 - teacher Frank Burwell - 11 Wm. K. Perrin owns 99 slaves 1860 - Not Stated, Gloucester, Virginia Sarah T. Perrin - 65 $8,650 personal Wm. K. - 25 $30,000 + $34,000 John T. - 23 $18,000 + $40,000 Sarah T. Perrin owns 15 slaves Wm. K. Perrin owns 51 slaves John Perrin owns 62 slaves married: 1870 - Abington, Gloucester, Virginia John T. Perrin - 32 - farmer - $24,000 + $1841 - all Va Matilda P. - 20 - keeping house 3 black farm laborers & family 2 " domestic servants 1900 - Baltimore Ward 12, Baltimore City (Independent City), Maryland John T. Perin - 63 - Dec. 1836 - married 30 years - MD MD VA - comm. merchant Maud T. wife - 50 - Aug. 1849 - 4/4 - VA VA VA Anna Lee - dau - 28 - Dec. 1871 - VA Rebecca L. - dau - 26 - Dec. 1873 " Maud T. - dau - 23 - Oct. 1876 " Ellenor - dau- 16 - July 1883 - b. Md 2 boarders 1 servant
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