Frederick Goan b abt 1740 to 1750 and wife in Robeson Co, NC. Counted as a mulattoe in 1770.
Frederick, born say 1745, living in New Hanover County, North Carolina, in December 1767 when there was a warrant for his arrest for contempt and aiding the escape from jail of Richard Burbage who was held on suspicion of horse stealing [Minutes 1738-69, 331].
He and his wife were taxable “Molatoes” in Bladen County in 1770 and 1772 [Byrd, Bladen County Tax Lists, I:34, 95].
1770, pp.24-46 Molatoes: Isaac, Jno., Eliza & Hannah Hayes, John Combow, John Johnston & wife, Titus Overton & wife, John Bullard & Gutridge Lockelier, Benja. Lamb, Simon Cox, Gilbert Cox & James Percey, Cannon Cumbo, James Carter Senr. & Junr. & Isaac Carter, Frederick Goan & wife, John Waldon, Adam Ivey, John Phillips, Isaac & Needham Lamb, Arthur Lamb, Wm Wilkins, Charles Oxendine, Elisha Sweeting, Sarah & James Sweet, Daniel Wharton & wife, David Braveboy, Peter Causey & son David, Joseph Clark, Ishmael Cheeves, James Doyel & Wife, Thos. Groom, John Hammons, Richd. Jones & wife, Solomon James, Solomon Johnston & wife, Solomon Johnston Junr. & wife, Major Locklier, James Lowry & Wm Jones, Jacob Lockleer, John Lockleer & wife & son Wm. Robeson Co, NC
(1735-1750 Frederick Goan in Robeson Co, NC)
(NOTE: Bladen Co, NC was created from New Hanover Co, NC. Robeson Co, NC is directly adjacent to Bladen Co, NC). https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/Bladen_County,_North_Carolina_Genealogy