1730 William Gowen m. Annester Gowen – from Bedford Co, Va

William Gowen born about 1730 married to Annester Gowen (unknown maiden name).  William Gowen appears to die some time between 1796 and 1809.

(See also: http://jg1758.blogspot.com/ )

(Link to page on various William “Going’s” and other variations of last name.  See this page to compare this William Goyens to other William Going variations that were in the VA, NC, or SC areas in the 1700s.  List is not complete, but I’ve listed those I know about so far:  https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/various-william-goings-different-ones/ ).

Parents:

Unknown  (Still investigating who his parents are.    All possibilities are being checked).

Children:

William Gowen b. 1757 d. Oct 7, 1815 in Williamson Co, TN married Jemimah Burns
Daniel Gowen b. 1758-1838 m. Ann Preston
Joseph Gowen b. 1760 – 1822 m. Judith Pollard
Isham Gowen b. 1765 – 1800 m. Anne Burns (marriage Feb 14, 1785)
James Gowen b. 1771 – 1819
Jeremiah Gowen b. 1775 m. Susanna ? Gowen b. 1780 in Va.
Elizabeth Gowen b. 1779-1859 m. John Gower (marriage Dec 22, 1795)
Nancy Gowen b. 1776-1857 m. Henry Vanover (marriage Aug 28, 1795)

(The following appear to possibly be children of William Gowen born 1730, but could possibly be grandchildren).

Manoah Gowen b. abt 1778 m. Ketura Crain (marriage Dec 30, 1803) (Note:  Manoah Gowen moved from Bedford County, Va, to Madison County, KY with this group).
Micajah Gowen b. 1784 m. Polly Crain (marriage Oct 26, 1804)

Siblings:

Unk

FACTS and SOURCES:

For additional information see these pages on this site:

Brunswick County, Va
Lunenburg County, Va
Bedford County, Va

The clusters of Going families that lived nearby in the 1750s were:

1) John Going b. about 1700 who married Mary Keith – his family lived in Lunenburg County, Virginia in the 1750s – in an area that later became Mecklenburg County, Virginia (This appears to be the John Going who was the son of William Going b. abt 1681 of Stafford County, Virginia).
2)  Drury Going and James Going who lived in Brunswick County, Virginia that later becomes Greensville County, Virginia.  (The parental line of Drury and James Going is unknown).
3) Edward Going, Michael Going, Thomas Going, and Joseph Going who were living further south in Granville County, North Carolina around the Tar River and Taylor’s Creek area (this appears to the be group of Going’s who came from Henrico and Hanover County, Virginia).
4) Alexander Going and his family who were living in the Orange County, North Carolina area.  (Alexander Going was another child of William Going b. 1681 of Stafford County, Virginia).
5)  William Gowen and his family who lived in the Bedford County,Virginia area.  (The parental line of this William Gowen is unknown).
6) William Going m. to Anna Statia Sullivan, Moses Going, and Aaron Going living in Goochland County, Virginia.  (The parental line of this William Going is unknown).
7) William Gowen and his family that lived in the “Grassy Creek” area of Granville County, North Carolina.  (The parental line of the “Grassy Creek” Going family is unknown).

(Note re Going/Gowen lines:  At least some of the Going/Gowen lines appear to have come out of Gloucester County and New Kent County, Virginia.  Unfortunately, records before the 1860s in Gloucester County, Virginia, and New Kent County, Virginia, have been destroyed.  Some state-wide records prior to the 1860s from those counties, for land grants, indicate that some Going families were living in those counties.  But since the county records were destroyed, it might not be possible to piece together where several of the above Going lines came from).

Birth and Death years:  William Gowen appears to have been born about 1730, and likely died some time between 1796 and 1810.  His last time appearing on the tithe list of Bedford Co, Va is 1796.  His son William Gowen Jr. shows up on those tithe lists in 1797 and 1798.  Sons Daniel and Isham Gowen continue to show on tax records until 1799 and 1800.  A William Going appears on the 1800 tax lists of Madison Co, KY.  This appears to be the son, William Going Jr.  There is a William Goan who is also sued in 1801 back in Bedford Co, Va. regarding whether a full 100 acres of land was sold to a John Crane or not.  If William Gowen Sr was dead by this time, then this was most likely a suit against William Gowen Jr, who probably sold the land as he was leaving for Madison Co, KY.   It appears fairly certain that by the time the 1810 US Census in Madison Co, KY was done, that William Gowen Sr had died.  The 1810 US Census in Madison Co, KY showed his wife, Annester Gowin as the head of the household.

1730 b. abt William Going
See: http://jg1758.blogspot.com/p/home.html

1752 Joseph Goin 1 tithe, Lunenburg Co, Va, John Gowen 2 tithes, Lunenburg Co, Va, Wm. Gowin under William Callaway (along with Robt Graves, Wm Simmons) 7 tithes total in Lunenburg Co, Va.
http://ftp.rootsweb.ancestry.com/pub/usgenweb/va/lunenburg/census/sun006.txt

1754 Va Bedford Co, Virginia Order Book 1, 1754-1761 (Bounty for Wolf)
By TLC Genealogy
November Court 1754
For Wolves Heads, when cert., by whom cert. granted, Dr
To Giles Williams for 1 old wolf’s head, June 26, 1753, Zachariah Isbel, 100
To Richard Callaway, Assignee of Amb’s Bryan for 1 ditto, November 13, 1754, Richard Callaway, 100
To Mark Cole, assignee of Thomas Rentfro for 1 ditto, November 10, 1754, Mark Cole, 100
To Wm Irvine, Assignee of Wm Goings, August 29, 1754, Zach’s Isbel, 100
To ditto, Assignee of Henry Taylor for 1 ditto, August 27, 1754, Zach Isbel. 100
To ditto, Assignee of Methew Mounce for 6 young ditto, July 3, 1754, Zach’s Isbel, 100
To ditto, Assignee of John Phil Weaver for 2 old ditto, September 7, 1754, Zach’s Isbel, 200
To Mathew Talbot, Assignee of Jacob Hendrickson for 1 ditto, September 25, 1754, John Phelps, 100
To the Sherriff, his commission for collecting at 6% —619 Carried over
Page 46. To Depositum to be accounted for next year — 2574 1754 Bedford County Cr 13500
By 500 titables at 27 lbs of tobacco per poll — 13500

1754 Aug 29 – William Going receives assistance from Wm Irwin according to Bedford County Court Records.
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1754 Va Bedford Co Aug 29 Wm Going recd assistance

1754 Va Bedford Co Aug 29 Wm Going recd assistance

1754 Va Bedford Co William Going recvs bounty for wolf

1754 Va Bedford Co Aug 29 – William Going recvs bounty for wolf

William Gowen was in the military some time during 1754-1758 in Bedford County, Virginia during the French and Indian War.
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1754 Va Bedford Co 1754-1758 William Going in military p1

1754 Va Bedford Co 1754-1758 William Going in military p1

1754 Va Bedford Co 1754-1758 William Going in military p2

1754 Va Bedford Co 1754-1758 William Going in military p2

He was involved in a court case in 1761 in Bedford County, Virginia, May Court 1761:
Haisty vs. Goings – dismissed

March 20, 1762 William Going receives 240 acres of land on both sides of Island Creek at Walton’s corner in Bedford County, Virginia.  (Note: The deed is not recorded until 1780, which is not uncommon.  When I called the South Carolina Archives about another Gowen, when trying to find deed records and transactions, they informed me that often people would never record their deed at all.  They would receive the deed, live on the land a few years, then sell it to the next person who may do the same.  Eventually someone would record the deed, but there may be several buyers and sellers between who don’t record it.  The fact that William Gowen waited until 1780 to record may mean he possibly had a dispute (trespass lawsuit or threat of a trespass lawsuit, over boundaries, etc.) where he wanted the court to be clear he was the owner.  Or possibly he was considering selling to someone who wanted the deed recorded):

1762 Bedford Co, Virginia 240 acres granted to William Going p1

1762 Bedford Co, Virginia 240 acres granted to William Going p1

1762 Bedford Co, Virginia 240 acres granted to William Going p1

1762 Bedford Co, Virginia 240 acres granted to William Going p2

The transaction was not recorded until 1780 Va Bedford Co Goen, William 20 Jul 1780
240 acres on both sides of Island Creek.  Land office Patents E, 1775-1776, 1780-1781 (v.2 p. 463-930), p. 178 (Reel 46)

1767 Va Bedford Co, Virginia Deed Book C-3
By Ann Chilton
Page 121,
WOODWARD, RANDLE, Deed from Randle Woodward to William Goings
84 Acres on West Side of Orrick’s Cr
Wit. Isham Talbot, Thos. Overstreet, Geo. Smith
Rec. June 23, 1767 Teste Ben Howard CBC

1770 Va Bedford Co.
Will Book 1 1759-1787
Will Book 2 1787-1803
By Ann Chilton
Page 171 WILL OF ROBERT ALLEN
July 20, 1770
Wife: mentioned, no name
Daughters: Betty, Anny, Lucy
Exec; wife, daughters and son-in-law William Handy
Witnesses: John quarles, John West, William Going
Recorded: March 22, 1773

April 23, 1771 William Gowen is a witness in a Woodward v. Woodward court case:

1771 Va Bedford Co Wm Gowen as wit in Isaac Woodward v Randolph Woodward case

1771 Va Bedford Co Wm Gowen as wit in Isaac Woodward v Randolph Woodward case

In August of 1774, William Going is listed in the Bedford County, Virginia militia during Lord Dunmore’s War:

1774 Aug William Going militia in Bedford Co, Va Lord Dunmores War

1774 Aug William Going militia in Bedford Co, Va Lord Dunmores War

The following roll and pay records from the Revolutionary War are from Virginia’s 14th Regiment, showing both William Gowen and Joseph Gowen in that unit together.  These “may” be records of William Gowen Sr, but it is possible that the records are for his sons, William Gowen Jr, and Joseph Gowen.

1777 Va William Gowen and Joseph Gowen in militia during Revolutionary War

1775 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War 1

1777 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War 1

1775 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War 2

1777 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War 2

1775 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War 3

1777 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War 3

1776 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War

1777 Va William and Joseph Going in muster in Rev War

1777 Va Bedford Co Wm Gowan and Joseph Gowan payroll in Revolutionary War

1777 Va Bedford Co Wm Gowan and Joseph Gowan payroll in Revolutionary War

1778 Va Jan 1 muster w William Gowan and Joseph Gowen by George Lambert 14th Reg

1778 Va Jan 1 muster w William Gowan and Joseph Gowen by George Lambert 14th Reg

In 1778 Achilles Eubank reenlisted as a substitute for William Gowen of Bedford County, Virginia:

1834 MO Cooper Co Achilles Eubank rev war pens app was substitute for William Going of Bedford Co Va_Page_1

1834 MO Cooper Co Achilles Eubank rev war pens app was substitute for William Going of Bedford Co Va_Page_1

1834 MO Cooper Co Achilles Eubank rev war pens app was substitute for William Going of Bedford Co Va_Page_2

1834 MO Cooper Co Achilles Eubank rev war pens app was substitute for William Going of Bedford Co Va_Page_2

1834 MO Cooper Co Achilles Eubank rev war pens app was substitute for William Going of Bedford Co Va_Page_3

1834 MO Cooper Co Achilles Eubank rev war pens app was substitute for William Going of Bedford Co Va_Page_3

1782 Va Bedford Co
Will Book 1 1759-1787
Will Book 2 1787-1803
By Ann Chilton
Page 431 WILL OF STANDLY GOOR (GOWER)
May 24, 1782
Wife: Ann
Son: John
Daughter: Nancy
Exec: William Reed, Thomas Lumpkins
Witnesses: James Hilton, Joseph Barrington, Daniel Goyn
Recorded: December 23, 1782
Teste James Steptoe

(See Daniel Gowen’s page for a copy of this will:  https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/1758-daniel-going/ ).

William Gowen’s son, Daniel Gowen (Goyn here), witnessed Stanley Gower’s will in 1782.  In 1795 Stanley Gower’s son, John Gower, married William Gowen’s daughter, Elizabeth “Betsey” Gowen.

William Going and other family is listed on the 1790 Bedford County, Virginia tax rolls:

1790 Va Bedford Co Mar 24 William Gowin Sr and Joseph Gowin on tax list

1790 Va Bedford Co Mar 24 William Gowin Sr and Joseph Gowin on tax list

1795 Va Bedford Co Nancy Goin marries Henry Vanover with consent of father William Goin

1795 Va Bedford Co Nancy Goin marries Henry Vanover with consent of father William Goin

1795 Va Bedford Co Nancy Goin marries Henry Vanover with consent of father William Goin

1795 Va Bedford Co Dec 22 Elizabeth Gowing m John Gower with Isham Gowing surety, consent of William Gowing father of Betsey.

1795 Va Bedford Co Dec 22 Elizabeth Gowing m John Gower w Isham Gowing surety, consent of William Gowing father of Betsey

1795 Va Bedford Co Dec 22 Elizabeth Gowing m John Gower w Isham Gowing surety, consent of William Gowing father of Betsey

William Going shows up in 1800 on the Madison County, Kentucky tax list:

1800 Ky Madison Co tax list William Going

1800 Ky Madison Co tax list William Going

1801 Va Bedford Co William Gowin and John Crane land dispute;

1801 Va Bedford Co William Gowin and John Crane land dispute

1801 Va Bedford Co William Gowin and John Crane land dispute

1801 Va Bedford Co;
Will Book 1 1759-1787
Will Book 2 1787-1803
By Ann Chilton
Page 313 INVENTORY OF ESTATE OF ISHAM GOING
July 18, 1801
By: Christopher Clark, Augustine Leftwich, Jabe Leftwich
Recorded: July 27, 1801
Teste James Steptoe

William Going apparently dies before 1810 (estimated between 1797 and 1809).  His wife, Annaster Going shows up as the head of household in the 1810 US Census in Madison County, Kentucky:

1810 KY Madison Co US Census

1810 KY Madison Co US Census

In 1818, Joseph Goine applies for his Revolutionary War pension benefits.  Annaster Goine verifies that Joseph Goine is her son:

1818 KY Joseph Goine rev war pension app enlist in Bedford Co Va_Page_1

1818 KY Joseph Goine rev war pension app enlist in Bedford Co Va_Page_1

1818 KY Joseph Goine rev war pension app enlist in Bedford Co Va_Page_2

1818 KY Joseph Goine rev war pension app enlist in Bedford Co Va_Page_2

Annaster Going shows as head of household again in the 1820 US Census in Madison County, Kentucky:

1820 KY Madison Co US Census Anstar Goin

1820 KY Madison Co US Census Anstar Goin

******************************************

Bedford County Personal Property Tax List
1782-1805, 1806-1816
Library of Virginia microfilm reels 34 and 35

Legend: 1782

1st Col: Free Males Above 21
2nd Col: Slaves
3rd Col: Horses
4th Col: Cattle
5th Col: White Tithes Above 16 Years
6th Col: Black Tithes Above 16 Years

1782 Daniel Going…………1, 0, 1, 3, 1, 0
1782 Joseph Going……….1, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0
1782 William Going……….1, 0, 1, 5, 1, 0
1782 William Going Sr…..1, 0, 4, 10, 1, 0
==========
Legend: 1783, 1784, 1785 & 1786
1st Col: Whites Over 21
2nd Col: Blacks Over 16
3rd Col: Blacks Under 16
4th Col: Total Blacks
5th Col: Horses
6th Col: Cattle
7th Col: Total Number of White & Black Tithes
———-
1783 William Gowing Jr…..1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 4, 1
1783 William Gowing Sr….1, 0, 0, 0, 2, 6, 1
1783 Daniel Gowing……….1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 3, 1
———-
1784 William Going Sr…….1, 0, 0, 0, 2, 7, 1
1784 William Going Jr……..1, 0, 0, 0, 3, 4, 1
———-
1785 Isham Going…………..1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1
1785 William Going Jr……..1, 0, 0, 0, 4, 2, 2
———-
1786 William Going Sr……..1, 0, 0, 0, 2, 4, 1
1786 Daniel Going…………..1, 0, 0, 0, 2, 3, 1
==========
Legend: 1787
Names of White Males Tithable Above 21
1st Col: White males above 16 Under 21
2nd Col: Blacks Above 16
3rd Col: Blacks Under 16
4th Col: Horses
5th Col: Cattle

23 Apr 1787 William Gowin……….0, 0, 0, 2, 5
23 Apr 1787 William Gowin……….0, 0, 0. 1, 6
05 May 1787 Isham Gowins……….0, 0, 0, 1, 3
05 May 1787 Daniel Gowins……….0, 0, 0, 1, 4
29 May 1787 Joseph Gowin………..0, 0, 1, 2, 0
14 ___ 1787 John Bratcher Jr…….1, 0, 0, 1, 0
19 ___ 1787 Canaday Bratcher….0, 0, 0, 2, 4
19 ___ 1787 John Bratcher Sr……0, 4, 2, 1, 14
==========
Legend: 1788 &1789
1st Col: Total Number of Tithes White & Black
2nd Col: Number of Blacks Over 16
3rd Col: Horses

24 Mar 1788 William Gowin Sr….2, 0, 1
29 Apr 1788 Joseph Gowin……..2, 1, 0
12 Jun 1788 William Gowin Jr…..1, 0, 3
12 Jun 1788 Daniel Gowin……….1, 0, 1
12 Apr 1788 John Bratcher………5, 5, 2
———-
21 Mar 1789 Joseph Goings……..1, 2, 0
24 Mar 1789 William Goings Sr….2, 0, 1
30 May 1789 William Gowin Jr…..2, 0, 3
30 May 1789 Daniel Gowin……….1, 0, 1
15 Jun 1789 John Bratcher……….6, 5, 5
==========
Legend: 1790, 1791 & 1792
1st Col: Number of Tithes Black & White
2nd Col: Number of Blacks Over 12
3rd Col: Horses

22 Mar 1790 William Goin……….1, 0, 2
26 Apr 1790 William Goin………..1, 0, 3
09 Jul 1790 Daniel Goin………….1, 0, 1
12 Jul 1790 John Bratcher……….6, 5, 7
———-
25 Apr 1791 Daniel Gowin……….1, 0, 1
25 Apr 1791 William Gowin Jr…..2, 0, 3
20 Jul 1791 William Gowin Sr…..1, 0, 2
20 Jul 1791 James Gowin………..1, 0, 2
07 Apr 1791 John Bratcher……….7, 5, 7
07 Apr 1791 Canady Bratcher…..1, 0, 2
———-
23 Apr 1792 William Gowin Jr….2, 0, 5
28 May 1792 William Gowin……2, 0, 2
10 Jul 1792 Isham Gowin………..1, 0, 1
10 Jul 1792 Daniel Gowin……….1, 0, 2
10 Jul 1792 James Gowin……….1, 0, 1
26 — 1792 Canady Bratcher……1, 0, 1
26 — 1792 John Bratcher………..7, 5, 11
==========
Legend: 1793, 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800 & 1801
1st Col: Total Number of Tithes White & Black
2nd Col: Blacks Over 12
3rd Col: Horses

18 Mar 1793 William Gowin………2, 0, 4
28 May 1793 Daniel Gowin……….1, 0, 2
28 May 1793 Isham Gowin………..1, 0, 1
29 Jul 1793 William Gowin Sr…….2, 0, 2
31 Jul 1793 John Bratcher Sr……..5, 4, 4
31 Jul 1793 Canaday Bratcher……1, 0, 1
31 Jul 1793 John Bratcher Jr……..1, 0, 2
———-
28 Mar 1794 William Gowing………1, 0, 2
26 May 1794 William Gowing Sr….1, 0, 2
20 Jun 1794 Daniel Gowing………..1, 0, 2
20 Jun 1794 Isham Gowing………. 1, 0, 1
02 Apr 1794 Canady Bratcher…….1, 0, 2
30 Apr 1794 John Bratcher Sr…….6, 4, 5
30 Apr 1794 John Bratcher Jr…….1, 0, 2
———-
04 Apr 1795 William Goen Jr……..1, 0, 2
04 Apr 1795 Isham Goen………….1, 0, 1
04 Apr 1795 Daniel Goen………….1, 0, 1
27 Jul 1795 William Goen Sr……..1, 0, 1
27 Jul 1795 Jeremiah Goen………1, 0, 0
15 May 1795 John Bratcher Sr….5, 4, 5
15 May 1795 John Bratcher Jr…..1, 0, 2
15 May 1795 Canada Bratcher…..1, 0, 1
———-
21 Mar 1796 Daniel Gowin…………1, 0, 1
06 Jul 1796 William Gowin Jr……..2, 0, 2
07 Jul 1796 William Gowin Sr……..1, 0, 1 (left VA after paying this tax)
07 Jul 1796 Isham Gowin…………..1, 0, 1
22 Mar 1796 Canaday Bratcher….1, 0, 1
22 Mar 1796 John Bratcher Jr……1, 0, 2
22 Mar 1796 John Bratcher Sr…..5, 4, 3
———-
10 Apr 1797 Daniel Gowen………1, 0, 1
15 Apr 1797 Isham Gowen……….0, 0, 1
24 Apr 1797 William Gowen Jr….1, 0, 3
07 Apr 1797 John Bratcher Sr…..6, 4, 4
07 Apr 1797 John Bratcher Jr……1, 0, 2
07 Apr 1797 Canada Bratcher…..1, 0, 0

———-
25 Jul 1798 William Gowin Jr…..1, 0, 2
25 Jul 1798 Isham Gowin………..0, 0, 1
11 Apr 1798 Canada Bratcher….1, 0, 1
08 Jun 1798 John Bratcher……..6, 4, 4
———-
25 Mar 1799 Isham Gowen………0, 0, 1 (died after paying this tax)
13 Apr 1799 Canady Bratcher….1, 0, 1
24 Jun 1799 John Bratcher Sr….4, 4, 3
24 Jun 1799 John Bratcher Jr….1, 0, 3
———-
__ Jul 1800 Daniel Gowen………2, 0, 1 (Daniel and son, Isham)
__ Jul 1800 Manoah Gowen……1, 0, 0
08 May 1800 Can Bratcher………1, 0, 1
08 May 1800 John Bratcher……..1, 0, 2
08 May 1800 John Bratcher Sr….5, 3, 3
———-
26 Mar 1801 Jeremiah Gowen….2, 0, 1
08 Apr 1801 Minoah Gowen…….1, 0, 0
03 Apr 1801 John Bratcher Sr….4, 3, 3
03 Apr 1801 John Bratcher Jr…..1, 0, 2
03 Apr 1801 Canada Bratcher….1, 0, 1
03 Apr 1801 Ben Bratcher……….1, 0, 2
==========
Legend: 1802, 1803, 1804 & 1805
1st Col: Number of White Males Above 16
2nd Col: Blacks Above 12 Years Old
3rd Col: Blacks Above 16 Years Old
4th Col: Horses

13 Aug 1802 Micajah Going……….1, 0, 0, 0
14 Aug 1802 Noah Going…………..1, 0, 0, 1
21 Aug 1802 Daniel Going…………2, 0, 0, 1 (Daniel and son, Isham)
21 Aug 1802 John Bratcher Jr……1, 0, 0, 2
21 Aug 1802 Cannady Bratcher….1, 0, 0, 2
21 Aug 1802 John Bratcher Sr……1, 0, 3, 2
———-
03 May 1803 Minoah Going……….1, 0, 0, 0
20 Aug 1803 Daniel Going…………1, 0, 0, 1
20 Aug 1803 Isham Going…………1, 0, 0, 1 (Daniel’s son)
18 Aug 1803 John Bratcher Jr……1, 0, 0, 2
18 Aug 1803 Cannady Bratcher….1, 0, 0, 1
18 Aug 1803 Benjamin Bratcher….1, 0, 0, 1
26 Aug 1803 John Bratcher Sr……1, 0, 3, 2
———-
04 Aug 1804 Daniel Going……….2, 0, 0, 2 (Daniel and son, Isham)
01 Sep 1804 Noah Going…………1, 0, 0, 1
28 Jul 1804 Cannady Bratcher….2, 0, 0, 1
———-
16 Apr 1805 Daniel Going………..1, 0, 0, 1
05 Jun 1805 Noah Going…………1, 0, 0, 1
———-
After 1805, neither Going nor Bratcher, including surname variations, are found on the 1806 through 1810 tax lists.

This data was copied from microfilm by Joseph “Eddie” Harris and transcribed by Karen Cooper.  http://boards.ancestry.com/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=113&p=surnames.goin

(The Going/Gowen family members do not appear in Bedford County tax lists after 1805).

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One Response to 1730 William Gowen m. Annester Gowen – from Bedford Co, Va

  1. Paul Heinegg says:

    William Gowen, Jr.’s wife Jemimah Going was allowed 8 pounds for her support by David Wright (who was from Bedford County) on 12 March 1779 because she was the wife of a Continental soldier [Creel, Selected Virginia Revolutionary War Records, III:82, citing Auditors’ Account II:15 at the LVA].
    Paul

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