1800 Census of Oglethorpe Co Georgia

a b c d e = f g h i j

a = males age 0 - 10f = females 0 - 10
b = males age 10 - 16g = females 10 - 16
c = males age 16 - 26h = females 16 - 26
d = males age 26 - 45i = females 26 - 45
e = males age 45 & overj = females 45 & over

I believe this is James Bird GOOLSBY, married to Elizabeth CARDEN . The two females are daughter Dicy and Elizabeth. The youngest male is John Carden GOOLSBY. The oldest male is James Bird GOOLSBY. Who is the male age 10-16?

...POWELL
...BRADBERY
...HOPPER
...BRADBERRY
...JOHNSON
James GOLDSBY Junr . . . . 1 1 1 0 0 = 1 0 1 0 0 (no "other") (no slaves)
...SIMMONS
...SIMMONS
...James GOLDSBY Snr
...HARDMAN
...HARDMAN


Is this the brother of William? Whatever happened to him?

Capt Winteres District
...
...MCKENLEY
...CURRAY
...BLANTON
...JOHNSON
...TAYLOR
John CARDEN . . . . 0 1 0 0 1 = 1 1 1 0 1 (no "other") (no slaves)
...FOSTER
...WHITE
...FREEMAN
...MCCOMMON

Capt Hardman's District

...RICHARDSON
...CANTERBURY
...TAYLOR
...MATHEWS
...BROOKS
William CARDEN . . . . 0 1 0 1 0 = 1 1 1 0 1 (no "other") (2 slaves)
...JOHNSON
...DAVENPORT SR
...BELL
...WILSON
...RAY

The male age 10-16 is James. The male age 26-45 is William (he must be at the upper end of the range, age 44 or 45. The female age 0-10 is Ally. The female age 10-16 is Nancy. The female age 16-26 is Mary/Polly. The female age 45 & over must be Dicy (she must be at the lower end of the range, age 45 or 46). This is assuming the ages were recorded correctly. Question: William should be older than his brother John. And where is their mother Elizabeth who was alive in 1799?