1722 Thomas Gowen of Brunswick Co, Va.

Thomas Gowen b. 1722 – Brunswick Co 1736, Lunenburg Co 1751, Greensville Co 1782-90ish

Parents:

James Gowing and Mary

Children:

?

Siblings:

James Gowen born about 1716
Thomas Gowen born about 1722 (In 1736 was bound to Ralph Jackson in Brunswick, Va).
John Gowen born about 1723 (In 1736 was bound to Ralph Jackson in Brunswick, Va).
Elsoner Gowen born about 1725 (In 1740 was bound to Ralph Jackson in Brunswick, Va).
William Gowen born about 1726 (in 1737 was bound to John Straughan in Stafford, Va).
Cave Gowen born about 1727 (In 1734 was bound to James Vaughan in Brunswick, Va).
Drury Gowen born about 1729 (In 1740 was bound to Ralph Jackson in Brunswick, Va).
1751 Thomas Going was titheable in John Going Sr household – Lunenberg;
1765 Jan 26 – Mr. Rains pays for land in Lunenberg to multiple people including Thomas Gowen;
1782 to 1801 – Drury Going with Thomas Going was taxable 1782 to 1801: taxable on an underage tithable until 1787; (under age ?16 yrs or 21 yrs? – so b. 1766-71 or after) Greensville;
1783 Thomas Going 1 tithe – Greensville;
1787 Drury Going: Drury Going, Thomas Going tithes Greensville Co;
1788 Thomas Going 1 tithe Greensville;
1790 Thomas Going 1 tithe Greensville;
1791 Thomas Going 1 tithe Greensville;
1792 Thomas Going 1 tithe Greensville;
1793 Thomas Going 1 tithe Greensville;
1794 James Going Sr 1 tithe Greensville;
1795 Thomas Going 1 tithe Greensville;
1798 Thomas Gowing 1 tithe Greensville;
Children:
Drury Going b. 1767-71
1734 June 6 – Cave Gowen James Vaughan
Cave Gowen, a seven-year-old boy who was bound to James Vaughan by the 6 June 1734 Brunswick County court and Thomas and John Going who were bound out by the court in May 1739, no parent named [Orders 1737-41, 254, 302].
Brunswick Co, Va.

1736 July 5 – John Going Mary Gowing, Thomas Going, Ralph Jackson
John Going and Thomas Going, apparently brothers, possibly other sons of Mary Gowing, were also bound to Ralph Jackson on July 5, 1736, according to Order Book 1, page 254.
Va. Court Order –
Brunswick Co, Va
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1736 July 5 – Thomas Going Mary Gowing, John Going, Ralph Jackson
John Going and Thomas Going, apparently brothers, possibly other sons of Mary Gowing, were also bound to Ralph Jackson on July 5, 1736, according to Order Book 1, page 254.
Va. Court Order –
Brunswick Co, Va

1737 Oct 26 – William Gowen –
Apprentice, 26 Oct 1737, Prince William, Virginia, USA. image: http://www.pohick.org/vestrybook.html
William Gowen, and orphan, age 10, was bound as servant and aprentice to John Straughan.
additional info: in Research Notes is from: http://jg1758.blogspot.com/2012/08/newly-found-possibility-william-gowen.html
Prince Williams Co, Va
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1737 Oct 26 – William Gowen John Straughan,
William Gowen – an Orphan – bound to John Straughan until 21 yrs – to be taught how to read English, and taught the ministry of a Tanner.
Pohick Church – in Lorton, Virginia
Truro Parish Colonial Vestry Book
(Church/Vestry of George Washington, George Mason, and other patriots)
Truro Parish, Va.
http://www.pohick.org/vestrybook.html (p. 19-20)

1739 July/August – Going, John (?)
1-254 – July/August 1739 Court.
Brunswick County, Virginia Court Order
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1739 July/August – Going, Thomas (?)
1-254 – July/August 1739 Court.
Brunswick County, Virginia Court Order
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1740, April 3 – Drury Going – Eleanor (Elsoner) Going, Mary Gowing, Ralph Jackson
Brunswick County Court order of April 3, 1740 in which it was “ordered that Elsoner Going and Drury Going, sons to Mary Gowing be bound as the law directs to Ralph Jackson until they shall arrive to the age of twenty-one years,” according to Order Book 1, page 302.
Va. Court Order – Brunswick Co.
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1740, April 3 – Eleanor (Elsoner) Going – Drury Going, Mary Gowing, Ralph Jackson
Brunswick County Court order of April 3, 1740 in which it was “ordered that Elsoner Going and Drury Going, sons to Mary Gowing be bound as the law directs to Ralph Jackson until they shall arrive to the age of twenty-one years,” according to Order Book 1, page 302.
Va. Court Order – Brunswick Co.

1783 – Drury Going, was enumerated as the head of a household of four in the 1783 census of Greensville County, page 55, adjacent to Thomas Going, according to “Heads of Families, Virginia, 1790.”  Greensville Co, Va.

1783 – “James Going”, was listed as the head of a household of seven people in the 1783 census of Greensville County, page 54, near the locations of “Drury Going” and “Thomas Going.” He was taxable in that year on “1 poll, 2 slaves, 2 horses and 8 cattle,” according to “The 1787 Census of Virginia,” page 778.  Greensville Co, Va.

1783 – Thomas Going
Virginia Census – head of household with 1 members white – no blacks. Greensville Co, Va. – pg 55
Greensville Co, Va.
http://www2.census.gov/prod2/decennial/documents/1790m-03.pdf

1785 – Thomas Gowing,
Virginia Census – Head of household with 7 white. Prince Edward Co – pg 102.
Prince Edward Co., Va
http://www2.census.gov/prod2/decennial/documents/1790m-04.pdf

*1786 Oct 26 – Thos Goin – Tipton
– 225 acr joining Tipton’s Line upon the waters of Cherokee Cr.
Washington Co., Tenn.
http://www.nclandgrants.com/grant/?mars=12.14.20.660&qid=82710&rn=17

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