At this point I'm still sticking with the William I gave you. Ephraim Pharr. Ephraim Alexander Pharr who lived in Wilcox County did not move there until after the war of 1812. He was and officer with Andrew Jackson and the first Sheriff of Wilcox County. I think he was married more than once. He married Mary Elizabeth Matthews 12 April 1819 in Greene C. Ga. There are records of a Jame B. Pharr who is said to be his son. He was born in 1810 in Alabama. Mary was b. 12 June 1790 in Greene C. Ga. It could be they were married but had never registered it such a common law. Being almost 29 when they were married in Greene C. After his first child James born 1810 it said the next child is Elizabeth Jane who is recorded in the book Pharrs and Farrs as Elizabeth Jane 2.4.29 and she was b. 4 March 1820. Almost a year after her parents marriage. The James I have is not listed in the book. But clearly he lived and died in Wilcox C. His death is 1859.
My notes on Jame B.: -1850 United States Federal Census 1850 United States Federal Census
Name: James B Pharr
Age: 40, Estimated Birth Year: abt 1810, Birth Place: Ala
Gender: Male, Home in 1850(City,County,State): Wilcox, Alabama
Household Members: Name Age
Alfred B Pharr 8, Ann E Pharr 35 SC,
Emerance Pharr 5, Ephraim Pharr 2
James B Pharr 40, Martha Pharr 12
Mary G Pharr 10, Anne Ritcher 60 SC
Source Citation: Year: 10 Oct 1850; Census Place:, Wilcox, Alabama; Roll: M432_16; Page: 362; Image: 440.
His wife was Anne E. Ritchie.
My notes on Ephraim Alexander 2.3.14 Pharr: - 2.3.14 -Info from other sources. He inherited from his father when four years old the homestead in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. His fathers will was dated 7/12/1798. In 1816 he was living in Putnam County, Georgia. He was the second Sheriff in Wilcox County, Alabama and a Col. in the Indian Wars under Gen. Andrew Jackson. He sold for $500. when he was 21 years of age to Michael Powers 9/9/1815 200 acres on Long Creek in Oglethorpe County which he had inherited from his father. He moved to Canton Bend, Wilcox Co. Ala.
- Some on this line is from Nancy Pharr email@example.com
Ephraim could not have left for Alabama till after 9 Aug. 1813 as he was still and Ensign in the Oglethorpe Co. Milita.
I can't find him in Wilcox C. on the 1820 census.
-On the 1830 census for Wilcox C. Alabama pg? line 12, Ephraim Pharr males 0-5=2, 15-20=4, 20-30=1?, 30-40=3, females 0-5=2, 10-15=2, 20-30=2,
-1840 United States Federal Census 1840 United States Federal Census
Name: Ephraim Pharr, County: Wilcox, State: Alabama
Number of persons in household:112
Ages of persons in household:males, 5-10=1, 10-15=3, 20-30=2, 40-50=1, females, 30-40=1, 40-50=1, there are 94 slaves
Occupation information :50 in agriculture
Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place:, Wilcox, Alabama; Roll: 16; Page: 312.
Ephraim was the son of Ephraim 2.2.3 Pharr and Jane Smith.
My notes on Ephraim 2.2.3: - 2.2.3 Ephraim recorded his will 12 July 1798 in Oglethorpe Co. He list his wife as Jane, His daughters as Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret and Jemima and one son Ephraim.- 2.3.14 Info from Pharrs and Farrs. His Will is in book A pg. 78 at Lexington, Ga. dated 7/12/1798. recorded 10/2/1798. It is signed "Ephraim Phair" His wife Jane and Alexander McEwen are named as executors. Wits: George Phillips, Miller Bledsoe, Isaac Oaks. He was a Revolutionary Soldier (See Lottery of Olgethorpe Co., Ga. 1804 p. 9) His wife had two draws as a wife of a Rev. soldier. His fathers will in 1793 left him with "one third of price of land that I sold to Nathanial Hicks and one ewe and one weather and 1/4 intrest in a wagon.
My notes on Jane Smith Pharr: - 2.2.3a Mentioned in husband will.
On the 1800 Oglethorpe County, Georgia census, GMD 228 Bolling Green Dist. Males 0-9=2, females 0-9=1, 10-15=2, 16-25=1, 26-44=1.
Ephraim 2.2.3 was a son of Edward Neddy Phair Farr.
Clearly who ever your William is he should fall under the line of Edward Neddy Phair.