William Fitzpatrick, 50 acres, Susanna Fitzpatrick, 50 acres, Maria, 12-15, Dorcas, 12-15, William Jr. 10-15, Samuel 7, Maria, 3 and Thomas 1 acre.
His Negroes, Bounty 25-30 acres, Safat 29-30, Solomon, 21-25, Derry 22-25, Pompy 17-25, Charles 15-19, Invenif, 12-15, Tim, 15-25, Harriett 25-36, Fibby 25-28, Amy 15-25, Birim 11-15, Marr 11-15, Bicil 7-15, and Sophia 3-15 acres.
In 7-1825 William Fitzpatrick mortgaged his plantation to Edwin H. Alberti and was satisfied on 6-1826 by Susanna, paying $159.62 and $1,217.17 to redeem the land at Cedar Point.
On or around 1848, the plantation was struggling due to hard times which led to the selling of his homestead to Colonel John P. Broward. At that time, the landowners were William Fitzpatrick, Jr. and Mary Fitzpatrick Beasley, son and daughter of William Fitzpatrick.
Subsequently, he purchased an additional 146 acres from Cornelia Fitzpatrick and Maria Fitzpatrick Maxey, both were daughters. As of 1850 the children Thomas Fitzpatrick was deceased, William, Jr. worked for Kingsley Gibbs on Fort George Island. The daughters Mary and Maria married local men and the sons, Joseph and Samuel could not be located and no one knew what had happened to them.