John Vendolar's [sic] household: 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 26-45, 4 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45 -- no non-whites, no slaves
Peter Vendolar's household: 1 male 26-45,1 male 45+, 1 female 45+ -- no non-whites, no slaves
Peter Vendolar Jr's household: 2 males under 10, 1 male 26-45, 2 females under 10, 1 female 26-45 -- no non-whites, no slaves.
|actual 1800 PA census form - click on image for John's entire page, or here for Peter Jr's.|
Having petitioned for the new state of Ohio, about now in 1800, John’s father Peter laid claim to 400 acres in Ross County OH but ran into some legal problems with the purchase as it turned out someone else had previously “entered marks.” The family did indeed lose this land, but not until after a lot of legal battles. On June 23, 1802, John’s father Peter bought lot #11 in Washington Township PA. Although in 1790 the family was listed in Bullskin, and now in 1800 is in Washington, I believe this is the same place (in 1790 the “town” was Washington). John’s brothers James and Jesse have apparently already moved to Ohio—I did find a reference to Joseph in Ohio-Northwest Territory-Great and Little Miami River in 1800, and a reference to James, Joseph, and Peter in OH-Army Lands-Va Military Reserve in 1801. As of 1800, only Henry and Joseph of the six sons are unmarried; I believe Joseph has gone to OH and it is Henry at home with his parents. Both Peters will move to Greene County, and our John will move to Fayette County next door.
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