1735 to 1740 Moses Going in Albemarle Co, Va, Louisa Co, Va, Buckingham Co, Va

Moses Going b. abt. 1735 to 1740 living in Albemarle County, Louisa County, and Buckingham County, Virginia

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(Note:  There are at least 5 different Moses Going’s in Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia born between 1735-1774.  To make sure you are able to differentiate each, see the following link to compare each of the 5 different Moses Goings:  https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/various-moses-goings/ ). 

Moses Going in Albemarle Co, Va – 1761-62, Louisa Co, Va 1770, 72, 75, 77, 83, and 1785

Gideon Gibson, born say 1730, married Susanna Branham in Louisa County in November 1772 [Jones, The Douglas Register, 126]. He was a defendant with Jordan Gibson in Sally Going’s suit for trespass, assault and battery which was dismissed by the Louisa County court by agreement of the parties on 11 April 1774.

On 10 July 1775 Gideon provided security of 25 pounds for Moses Going in Louisa County court.

On 11 September 1775 Colonel Robert Anderson made a motion in Louisa County court charging that Gideon, being a “Mulatto,” had beaten him. The court ruled that Gideon was not a “Mulatto” and granted Anderson an appeal to the General Court. Gideon and his wife Milly sold land by deed proved in Louisa County court on 11 December 1780 [Orders 1774-82, 10, 42, 127, 130, 318].

John Goodman, made a deposition (making his mark) in Louisa County on 27 August 1768, stating that he was living with George Gibson when George sent him to cut down a tree on land adjoining the land of George’s father Gilbert Gibson. Gilbert met him there and told him that he was on the dividing line of a branch called Great Branch which divided Gilbert’s land from the land he had given his son George [Judgments, 1769-1770, frame 427]. On 12 February 1783 he was called John Goodman alias John Gibson when he sued Moses Going in a Louisa County chancery case that was dismissed in April 1783 [LVA chancery case 1783-002].

Moses Going was called “Moses Going, mulatto” in his February 1761 to March 1762 account with Archibald Ingram, George Kipper, & Co. of Albemarle County [Weisiger, Albemarle County Court Papers, 23].

Moses Going was a taxable in the Trinity Parish, Louisa County household of John Fox in 1770 and in his own household in 1772 [Davis, Louisa County Tithables, 25, 34]. Moses Going was required to post a bond of 50 pounds and his security George Gibson posted 25 pounds on 10 July 1775 when Joseph Cooper swore the peace against him in Louisa County court [Orders 1774-82, 126-7]. Moses Going purchased 353 acres in Louisa County from Michael Ailstock on 13 January 1777, and Moses Going and his wife Agnes sold this land six months later on 9 June 1777 [DB E:14, 156].

On 14 July 1777 Moses Going, Joshua Going and Charles Sprouse, Sr., were charged by the Louisa County court with hog stealing, but the sheriff was unable to arrest them because they were in hiding. The court ordered the sheriff to summon a posse to arrest them [Orders 1774-82, 171].

Moses Going was taxable in Louisa County on a horse in 1783 and 1785 [Personal Property Tax List, 1782-1814].

David Going, born say 1751, taxable in Fredericksville Parish, Louisa County, in his own household in 1772, taxable in Moses Going‘s household in 1775, taxable in the Trinity Parish household of Pouncy Bunch in 1774 and taxable in Joseph Bunch’s household in 1778 [Davis, Louisa County Tithables, 133, 45, 73]. His suit against Robert Anderson, Gentleman, for trespass, assault and battery was dismissed by the Louisa County court on 13 July 1773 at Anderson’s costs [Orders 1766-74; Judgments 1773, frames 362-3]. He was taxable in Fredericksville Parish, Albemarle County, from 1782 to 1809, called a “Mulatto” in 1812, called “David Going Senr. Mula” in 1813 [PPTL 1782-1799, frames 12, 29, 44, 76, 116, 153, 202, 252, 300, 386, 419, 459, 481, 516, 555, 591; 1800-1813, frames 161, 207, 250, 297, 344, 388, 434, 478, 522, 566] and head of an Albemarle County household of 8 “other free” in 1810 [VA:195].

Addtl FACTS found:

1762 Moses Going was called “Moses Going, mulatto” in his February 1761 to March 1762 account with Archibald Ingram, George Kipper, & Co. of Albemarle County [Weisiger, Albemarle County Court Papers, 23].

1770-1772 Moses Going was a taxable in the Trinity Parish, Louisa County household of John Fox in 1770 and in his own household in 1772 [Davis, Louisa County Tithables, 25, 34].

1772 Tillotson Parrish pmt to Moses Going a poor person in Buckingham Co
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1773 Moses Gowing in Tillotson Parrish, Buckingham County, Va – recd payment per the vestrybook.
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1774 Moses Gowing recd payment from Tillotson Parrish in Buckingham Co as a poor person per vestrybook
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1775 On 10 July 1775 Gideon provided security of 25 pounds for Moses Going in Louisa County court.
Moses Going was required to post a bond of 50 pounds and his security George Gibson posted 25 pounds on 10 July 1775 when Joseph Cooper swore the peace against him in Louisa County court [Orders 1774-82, 126-7].

1775 David Going, born say 1751, taxable in Fredericksville Parish, Louisa County, in his own household in 1772, taxable in Moses Going‘s household in 1775

1777 Moses Going purchased 353 acres in Louisa County from Michael Ailstock on 13 January 1777, and Moses Going and his wife Agnes sold this land six months later on 9 June 1777 [DB E:14, 156].

1777 On 14 July 1777 Moses Going, Joshua Going and Charles Sprouse, Sr., were charged by the Louisa County court with hog stealing, but the sheriff was unable to arrest them because they were in hiding. The court ordered the sheriff to summon a posse to arrest them [Orders 1774-82, 171].

1782 Louisa Co Va
Moses Gowing 1 tithe, 1 horse, 3 cattle
http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/louisa.htm

1783 On 12 February 1783 John Goodman was called alias John Gibson when he sued Moses Going in a Louisa County chancery case that was dismissed in April 1783 [LVA chancery case 1783-002].

1783 Louisa Co Va.
Moses Gowing 1 tithe 1 horse 3 cattle
http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/louisa.htm

1785 Louisa Co Va
Moses Going 1 tithe 1 horse 2 cattle
http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/louisa.htm

1786 Nov 10 – Moses Going, William Going appear in a Petition Re Opposition of Episcopal Church Collecting, in Buckingham Co, Va
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1787 Buckingham Co petition signed by Moses Going
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1791A Buckingham Co Va
Moses Going (exempt) 1 horse [p.8]
http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/Buckingham.htm

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