Thanks for helping clear up the 1860 Mississippi Federal Census.I'll keep looking in Missouri to see if William shows up again in the Missouri area.
As with the Aug 1806 SC Deed, Jediah's first name was also recorded incorrectly in the 1820 United States Federal Census.I eventually found him under "Isdiah Pannel."Once I looked at the original, however, there was absolutely no doubt the name of the individual was "Jediah Pannel."I'm not sure where the handwriting translation mix-up came from, but Jediah was definitely in the following 1820 Census: Township: Murfreesboro County: Rutherford State: Tennessee
I noticed in the Dec 1802 SC Deed, Anderson Pannell witnesses along with Jediah. Do you think this is the Anderson Pannell, b. 1768, Fairfield County, South Carolina; d. 1855?Going in the same train of thought, in the Aug 1806 SC Deed, William Pannell, Jr., could be William Pannell, Jr., b. 1766, Viriginia; d. 1809, Fairfield County, South Carolina.
If these are the right individuals, then as you said, there does appear to be a close relationship between Jediah and the sons of William Pannell and Lucinda Dove. Cousins, perhaps?
I've done a few preliminary looks into a Pannell and Seymore/Seymour/Zaymore family connection; nothing immediately pops up, but hopefully over time something will show up.
I would love to get a copy of the transcription, etc., that you have.My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.