1756 Sherard Going (or Sherod Going) of Albemarle Co, Va

Sherard Going (or Sherod Going) born 1756 – died Nov 23, 1837 married to Susannah Simmons b. 1770 (marriage June 5, 1791).

Parents: 

Unk

Children:

Unk

Siblings:

Unk

Sherard Going of Albemarle Co, Va
b. 1756 (in 1828 is 72 yrs old in app)
d. Nov 23, 1837
m. to Susannah Going (widow in Feb 2, 1849 app)
married in Albemarle Co, Va in June 5, 1791 by Parson Wood
(formerly Susannah Simmons) she is 70 yrs old in 1849
wife lived in Albemarle Co, Va all her life
entered as a private under Capt Overton in Va in 1777
in 14th Regiment for 3 years.
Application made 1829
Has 2 boys 8-9 yrs, and 10-12 yrs
In 1848 Susannah Going is aged 78 yrs in app

1777 Va Revolutionary War muster roll with Sherard Going:

1777 Va rev war roll with Sherard Going

1777 Va rev war roll with Sherard Going

1810 US Census in Albemarle Co, Virginia with Sherrod Going as resident:

1810 Va Albemarle Co US Census w Sherrod Going

1810 Va Albemarle Co US Census w Sherrod Going

1828 Sherard Going filed his application for his pension for his service in the Revolutionary War.  He was living in Albemarle County, Virginia at this time:

1828 Va Albemarle Co Sherard Goin rev war pens app_Page_1

1828 Va Albemarle Co Sherard Goin rev war pens app_Page_1

1828 Va Albemarle Co Sherard Goin rev war pens app_Page_2

1828 Va Albemarle Co Sherard Goin rev war pens app_Page_2

The 1830 US Census in Albemarle Co, Virginia has Sherard Going as resident:

1830 Va Albemarle Co w Sherwood or Sherard Going

1830 Va Albemarle Co w Sherwood or Sherard Going

Sherard Going’s pension payments show he died on November 23, 1837.  He received payments on this list from 1833 to 1837:

1833 Va Albemarle Co Sherard Going pension payments to 1837

1833 Va Albemarle Co Sherard Going pension payments to 1837

1835 Va Albemarle Co pension roll with Sherard Going

1835 Va Albemarle Co pension roll with Sherard Going

 

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NOTE:  Sherwood Going and Sherod Going’s  (There were possibly 3 different Sherwood, Sharard, or Sharod Going’s in the Virginia area in the 1780s-1800.  Information on them is below.  Will need to comb through the information to verify which, if any, belong with the Sherard Going listed on this page):

Sherwood Going b. ? – d. ?, m. Ruth Bennett

Sherwood Gowing b. abt 1743-58: (Son of Alexander Gowing and Sophia): (Married to Ruth Bennett 1793; then remarried to Betsy Coventon in 1804):
1793 April 30 – Sherwood Going m. Ruth Bennett in Caswell Co, NC;
1804 Dec 31 – Sherwood Going was remarried to Betsy Coventon in Caswell NC;
1798 Nov – Court: George Clopton v Jesse Going, John Going, Sherwood Going, Nov 1798 Pittsylvania;
1798 May 21- Sophia Going Sr, John Going, Jesse Going, and Sherwood Going sued by George Clompton for living on his claimed land Pittsylvania;
1799 Sophia Going Jr., perhaps suing for her part of her father’s estate, was awarded 20 pounds, 5 shillings – Sherwood Going became a defendant in the suit when Sophia, Sr., failed to meet the payment of a bond [Orders 1798-1801, 109, 180, 204, 233] Pittsylvania;
1800 June 16 – Sophia Going Sr to Sherwood Going Pittsylvania;
1814 Nov 15 – Sophia Gowin to Sherwood Gowin – Deed: Sophia Gowin 200 acres to son Sherwood – Pittsylvania;

Sophia Gowing b. abt ? : 1798 March – Sophia Going Sr was called the administrator of the estate of Alexander Going, deceased, when she was sued by Sophia Going, Junior, Pittsylvania; 1798 Nov 20 – Sophia Going, Jr., mother of illegitimate child Benjamin Going bound out by the Pittsylvania; 1799 Sophia Going Jr., perhaps suing for her part of her father’s estate, was awarded 20 pounds, 5 shillings – Sherwood Going became a defendant in the suit when Sophia, Sr., failed to meet the payment of a bond [Orders 1798-1801, 109, 180, 204, 233] Pittsylvania;
Jesse Gowing b. abt 1748-58
Sherwood Gowing b. abt 1748-58

1793 April 30 – Sherwood Going, was married to Ruth Bennett
On April 30, 1793, according to “Caswell County, North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1850,” Record 1108, witness Ald Murphy, Court Clerk, Bond No. 15503. James Gillaspy was the bondsman.
Caswell Co NC

1798 Nov – Sophia Going, Jesse Going, John Going, Sherwood Going George Clopton
Court: Clopton v Going, Nov 1798, Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. “November Court 1798
George Clopton … Demandant
Against
Sophia Going, Jesse Going, John Going and Sherwood Going .. Tenants – Upon a Writ of Right…”
Pittsylvania Co, Va

1800 June 16 – Sophia Going to Sherwood Going – Will Tunstall, John Winters, William Wright
Deed: Gift or personal property from Sophia Gowen to her son Sherwood, 16 Jun 1800, Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. Image and transcription courtesy Beth Carruth 2014
“Sophia Going to Sherwood Going 1800 household goods and stock
Be it remembered that these presents comes Greeting and made known to all whom it may concern that Whereas my Son Sherwood Going hath paid and advanced sundry sums of Money for me at divers times to amount equal in value to what shall be herein after conveyed to compensate him. Be it known that I Sophia Going of the County of Pittsylvania and State afd. as well for the foregoing consideration as for the love I bear for him as a Child do by these presents make over, sell, alien, enfeoff and confirm to him the said Sherwood Going, and do moreover deliver by Virtue of this Indenture to the sd Sherwood and his heirs for ever the following property, to wit, Negro Sary Negro Tom, one Sorrel Mare, one dark bay Horse, Colt, two Cows, one Stear yearling one Heifer yearling, one Desk, one Chest, one Cubbard, two Beds and furnature – Six puter basons, one dozen and half of puter plates, two dozen of Earthen plates, one pare of Stillards and the hole of my Castings and one Walnut Table, two Bedsteads, five Chairs, three Warter Vessels, one Case of Knives & forks and all her plantation Utensils and thre Pewter Dishes, one box Iron & heaters. Which said goods and Chattles, Stock, furniture and other property I the said Sophia do & will Warrant and for ever defend against the claim or demand of all and every Person or persons whatsoever but to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Sherwood and is heirs and assigns for ever And further covenant to Warrant and defend a good and Lawful title in and to the said Property to him the said Sherwood and to his heirs and assigns for ever In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my Seal this 16th day of April 1800 – Suffiah herXmark Gowin (seal)
Sealed and delivered in the presence off.. John Winters Wm. Wright
At a Court held for Pittsylvania County June the 16th. 1800 – This Bill of Sale was presented in Court and proved by the Oaths of two of the witnesses thereto to be the act and deed of the within named Sophia Gowing party thereto Ordered that the same be recorded –
Teste Will Tunstall C P C
From Pittsylvania County Deed Book 12, p. 153”
Pittsylvania Co, Va
http://ourberryfamily.com/berry/pictures/1800sophia_to_sherwood_1800.jpg

Gowen Manuscript info on what looks like 2 DIFFERENT Sherwood Going members:

b. 1756

Sherwood Going, [Agnes5, Edward, Jr.4, Edward3, William2, Mihil1] “free colored,” son of Agnes Going, was born about 1756, probably in Louisa County.

He was identified as the son of Agnes Going in “Free African Americans in North Carolina and Virginia.” The Louisa County Court on April 10, 1770 ordered that the church wardens of Trinity Parish “bind out all her children under 21 years except the youngest.” Sherwood Going was bound out to William Phillips. On February 12, 1776 Agnes Going appeared in court to file a complaint about the ill-treatment “Sherrod Going was receiving from his master, William Phillips.” He enlisted for three years service in 1777 in the Fourteenth Virginia
Regiment under command of Col. Charles Lews and re-enlisted in 1780 for an additional 18 months, according to statements in his pension application dated October 9, 1828 in Albemarle County. “Sharod Going” endorsed the Revolutionary pension applica- tion
of Charles Barnett, “mulatto” who was born about 1764 in Albemarle County. Charles Barnett declared that he had “enlisted in the Seventh Virginia Regiment at Charlottesville.” “Sharod Going” corroborated his statement, and in his en- dorsement mentioned, “I was with him at Chesterfield Court House.” “Sherard Gowen” received a grant September 30, 1783 of 196 acres “on the waters of Buck Mountain Creek,” according to “Virginia Land Grants, 1782-1783,” page 575. Sherrod Going was a resident of Albemarle County in 1787 when he appeared on the tax list there taxable on “one tithe, two horses and four cattle.” “Sherod Gowin” received a land warrant in the Military District of Ohio, however it is believed that he sold the warrant rather than move to the new area.
“Sherwood Gowing” was married June 5, 1791 to Susannah Simmons in Stokes County, North Carolina, according to “Stokes County, North Carolina Marriages, 1783-1850.” “Sherod Going” was married to Susannah Simmons June 5, 1791 in Albemarle
County by Parson William Woods, according to her pension application. A copy of their marriage certificate certified by the Albemarle County Clerk was attached in substantiation. No explanation is offered for the two different marriage records. The pension application of “Sherard Going” and that of his wife “Susannah Simmons Going” were abstracted in “Virginia Pension Abstracts of Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Indian Wars,” Volume 19 by Lucy Kate McGhee. In the application given to the court at Charlottesville, he stated, “I am a colored man and very illiterate” and that he had lost his discharge. He stated that he
had a wife and two boys, “a boy about the age of 8 or 9 and another about the age of 10 or 12.” He reported that he owned 200 acres of mountainous land with 30 or 40 acres cleared. He was a day laborer and owned one cow. His application was endorsed by an affidavit signed by A. C. Nanis. “Sherrod Going” was enumerated as the head of a household of 12 “other free” people in the census of 1810 of Albemarle County. “Sherod Gowing” appeared as the head of a nine- member household in a cluster of 12 Gowing households of “free colored” in the 1820 census of Albemarle County, page 8A. Three members of his family were
engaged in agriculture. The household was rendered as: “Gowing, Sherod free colored male over 45 free colored female over 45 free colored male 14-26 free colored male 14-26 free colored female 0-14 free colored male 0-14 free colored female 0-14 free colored male 0-14 free colored male 0-14” He reappeared in the 1830 census of Albemarle County, page 252 as the head of a household composed of 10 free colored individuals: “Gowen, Sherwood free colored male 55-100 free colored female 36-55 free colored male 36-55 free colored male 24-36 free colored male 24-36 free colored female 24-36 free colored male 24-36 free
colored male 0-10 free colored male 0-10 free colored male 0-10” Sherwood Going died September 4, 1837, about age 81. “Susannah Simmons Gowin” made an application for a rein- statement of a widow’s pension November 27, 1841. In it she stated that her age was “about 70,” that she had lived in Albe- marle County all of her life and she was the “widow of Sherod Gowin, deceased.” She declared that she had received a widow’s pension from the date of her husband’s death September 4, 1837 through November 23, 1837. An endorsement attached to her application read, “She is a coloured woman of high respectability and her
declaration is entitled to full credit.”

b. 1772

Sherwood Going, [Drury6, [James5, Edward, Jr4, Edward3, William2, Mihil1]
son of Drury Going (Note:  This is incorrect – This Sherwood Going was son of Alexander Going), was born about 1772 in Brunswick County. Sherwood Going was married to Ruth Bennett April 30, 1793, according to “Caswell County, North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1850,” Record 1108, witness Ald Murphy, Court Clerk, Bond No. 15503. James Gillaspy was the bondsman. Children born to Sherwood Going and Ruth Bennett Sherwood are unknown.
Sherwood Going was remarried to Betsy Coventon December 31, 1804, according to “Caswell County, North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1850,” Record 1108, witness Ald Murphey, Court Clerk, Bond No. 55676. James Gillaspy was again his bondsman. Of Sherwood Going and Betsy Coventon Going nothing more is known.

Sherwood Going, [Moses6, Agnes5, Edward, Jr.4, Edward3,
William2, Mihil1] regarded as a son of Moses Going and Agnes Going, was born about 1772. He was a namesake of his uncle,
Sherwood Going. The orphans of Sherwood Going” [unnamed] were successful in the 1832 gold land lottery of Georgia. It was the
final lottery of the state.
http://ourberryfamily.com/berry/21141.htm :

• Estate: Sale Alexander Going, 2 May 1775, , Orange, North Carolina, USA. 6 Transcription by Beth Carruth
citing: Orange County records at the NC State Archives in Raleigh July 2012 – Inventories Sales & Accounts of Estates, in 24 Volumes : First Volume (1756-1785) ) p. 305-307
*************
“Transcription of “Acct of Sales of the Estate of Alex’r Going decd. May 2d 1775″
…………………………………………………………………………………Pounds/shillings/pence
4 Cows & 2 Calves to Daniel Going……………………………………..10/-/-
3 Cows & Yearlings to Jas. Gulaspey…………………………………….8/15/-
2 Cows & Calves to Daniel Going………………………………………….7/10/-
2 Cows & Yearlings to John Kennoday…………………………………..8/14/6
1 Bull & 4 steers to Daniel Going…………………………………………..8/5
2 Cows & Calves to Ditto……………………………………………………..7/5/6
10 head Hogs to Ditto………………………………………………………….4/10/-
1 lot Hogs to Ditto ……………………………………………………………..14/-
1 lot Ditto to John Going Jun…………………………………………………4/-
5 Hogs to Sophia Going……………………………………………………….3/7/-
18 Sheep to Ditto…………………………………………………………………9/-
…………………………………………………Carried forward L –

Next page, 306
Amount brought forward –

1 Sorrel Horse to Daniel Going……………………………………………..2/10/-
1 black Mare to Sophia Going………………………………………………3/15/-
1 black Colt to Daniel Going………………………………………………….7/10/-
1 Still to Sophia Going……………………………………………………….12/-/-
1 xCutsaw to Daniel Going……………………………………………………2/-/-
1 handsaw to James Galaspey………………………………………………-/15/-
4 plow Hoes to Daniel Going………………………………………………….1/0/6
1 lot old Iron to Ditto……………………………………………………………..-/15/-
3 Axes & 1 (Grubing) Hoe to Ditto…………………………………………..-/19/-
2 pole Axes to Ditto………………………………………………………………-/12/-
3 Augers to Ditto 4/ 1 (Carp’r) Adze to Ditto 6/6………………………-/10/6
1 lot Iron to James Galaspey………………………………………………….-/3/-
1 plough to Danl. Going 12/ 1 old wagon to Ditto 40/-……………..2/12/-
5 (Weeding) Hoes to Do. 20/ 1 Rifle Gun 92/………………………….5/12/-
1 Feather Bed & furniture to Ditto…………………………………………..6/12/-
1 Ditto & Ditto to Ditto………………………………………………….7/8/-
1 Ditto & Ditto to Sophia Going………………………………………6/-/-
1 Ditto & Ditto to Ditto……………………………………………………8/15/-
1 Table to Daniel Going…………………………………………………………-/15/-
Feathers & furniture to Ditto…………………………………………………..3/10/-
1 Spinning Wheel to Sophia Going………………………………………….-/4/-
1 Ditto to Ditto…………………………………………………………..-/4/-
4 Bowls to Daniel Going………………………………………………………..-/7/6
4 Ditto to Alex’r. Going……………………………………………………..-/9/-
4 Ditto to Henry Dixon……………………………………………………….-/8/-
5 pewter Basons to Danl. Going…………………………………………….1/1/6
5 pewter plates to Ditto………………………………………………………..-/11/6
5 Ditto to Sophia Going……………………………………………………..-/7/6
4 Porringers to Ditto…………………………………………………………….-/5/-
4 Ditto to Jas. Galaspey……………………………………………………..-/6/-
4 Ditto to Danl. Going…………………………………………………………-/8/-
6 Earthen plates to James Sanders Sen………………………………….-/5/-
5 Ditto to Robert Terry………………………………………………………-/4/6
2 pewter Dishes to Danl. Going ……………………………………………..-/12/-
1 lot tin Ware to Ditto………………………………………………………….-/2/-
3 Glass Bottles to Saml. Robertson……………………………………….-/2/6
1 Mug & (Spice) Mortar to Danl. Going…………………………………..-/13/-
1 Mug to James Bradley 1/1 ½ doz.Cups & (saucers) to Ditto 3/6..-/4/7
1 lot pewter Spoons to Danl. Going……………………………………….-/1/8
1 Dutch Oven 17/6 1 frying pan 7/6 1 Iron pot 8/6………………. /13/6
1 Skittel (skillet?)1/8 1 pot 21/ 6 Queen(?) ware plates 6/………1/8/8
1 Dish & 5 plates 8/ 1 doz. Spoons 5/ 1 pr sheep shears……..2/-/15/-
1 Stone Pitcher & 1 Glass (Tumbler?) to Jas. Galaspey…………..-/2/9
½ doz. Cups & (saucers) to Jas. Sanders (Jun)………………………-/2/6
1 Earthen Mug to John Cannoday…………………………………………-/-/8
Next page, 307
Amount brought over –

1 Man’s Saddle to Thomas Rogers………………………………………-/19/6
1 Iron Pot 6/6 fishing (Saine) L6/12 to Danl. Going……………..6/18/6
1 Negroe Man named Sam to Daniel Going………………………..90/-/-
1 Do. Woman ” Lucy to Ditto………………………………………55/-/-
1 Do. Man ” Bob to Ditto……………………………………106/-/-
1 Do. Girl ” Sarah to Sophia Going………………………..80/-/-
1 Do. Boy ” Will to Danl. Going…………………………..67/-/-
1 Do. Girl ” Hannah to Sophia Going…………………….50/-/-
1 Do. Boy ” Flank to Ditto………………………………….50/-/-
8 old Hogsheads to Daniel Going………………………………………..-/17/-
…………………………………………………………Total amount……L 676/16/4

………………………………………………..Henry Dixon D.S.
Orange County May Co 1775. The above acct. of Sales was returned in open Court and ordered to be Recorded.
…………………………………………………Test.
From Orange County records at the NC State Archives in Raleigh July 2012
Inventories Sales & Accounts of Estates, in 24 Volumes : First Volume (1756-1785) ) p. 305-307″
• Court: Clopton v Going, Nov 1798, , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. 7 “November Court 1798
George Clopton … Demandant
Against
Sophia Going, Jesse Going, John Going and Sherwood Going .. Tenants
Upon a Writ of Right…”
• Deed: Gift or personal property from Sophia Gowen to her son Sherwood, 16 Jun 1800, , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. 8 Image and transcription courtesy Beth Carruth 2014

“Sophia Going to Sherwood Going 1800 household goods and stock

Be it remembered that these presents comes Greeting and made known to all whom it may concern that Whereas my Son Sherwood Going hath paid and advanced sundry sums of Money for me at divers times to amount equal in value to what shall be herein after conveyed to compensate him. Be it known that I Sophia Going of the County of Pittsylvania and State afd. as well for the foregoing consideration as for the love I bear for him as a Child do by these presents make over, sell, alien, enfeoff and confirm to him the said Sherwood Going, and do moreover deliver by Virtue of this Indenture to the sd Sherwood and his heirs for ever the following property, to wit, Negro Sary Negro Tom, one Sorrel Mare, one dark bay Horse, Colt, two Cows, one Stear yearling one Heifer yearling, one Desk, one Chest, one Cubbard, two Beds and furnature – Six puter basons, one dozen and half of puter plates, two dozen of Earthen plates, one pare of Stillards and the hole of my Castings and one Walnut Table, two Bedsteads, five Chairs, three Warter Vessels, one Case of Knives & forks and all her plantation Utensils and thre Pewter Dishes, one box Iron & heaters. Which said goods and Chattles, Stock, furniture and other property I the said Sophia do & will Warrant and for ever defend against the claim or demand of all and every Person or persons whatsoever but to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Sherwood and is heirs and assigns for ever And further covenant to Warrant and defend a good and Lawful title in and to the said Property to him the said Sherwood and to his heirs and assigns for ever In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my Seal this 16th day of April 1800 – Suffiah herXmark Gowin (seal)
Sealed and delivered in the presence off.. John his mark Winters Wm. Wright

At a Court held for Pittsylvania County June the 16th. 1800 – This Bill of Sale was presented in Court and proved by the Oaths of two of the witnesses thereto to be the act and deed of the within named Sophia Gowing party thereto Ordered that the same be recorded –
Teste Will Tunstall C P C
From Pittsylvania County Deed Book 12, p. 153”
• Deed: Sophia Gowin 200 acres to son Sherwood, 15 Nov 1814, , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. 9 Transcription of deed between Sophia Going and her son Sherwood giving him 200 acres of land. 1814, Pittsylvania County, VA. This land makes up half of the acreage owned by Sophia Going.
1814 Pittsylvania County, VA. From Pittsylvania County Deed Book 19, page 27-28

Image and transcription courtesy Beth Carruth 2014

“This Indenture, made this fourteenth day of October in the year of our Lord Christ Eighteen Hundred and fourteen, Between Sophia Gowin and her son Sherwood Gowin both of the County of Pittsylvania & State of Virginia, Witnesseth, that the said Sophia Gowin for the natural affection which she has and do bear towards her son and more especially for the care he has taken of me in my old age have given and granted to him the said Sherwood and to his heirs and assigns forever a Certain Tract piece or parcel of Land situate lying and being in the County and State aforesaid adjoining the state line and bounded as follows, To wit, Beginning at a pine on the state line James Parrishes Corner and runing West with the state line to a red oak on Coxes line then North with Coxes line so far as to make two Hundred Acres adjoining the state line making the Land on an oblong square including two forks of rattlesnake Creek and the plantation whereon the said Sherwood now lives together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appurtaining and the said Sophia Gowin doth for herself her Heirs and assigns warrant and forever defend the right and title of said Land and premises, In Witness whereof she hath hereunto set her hand and affixed her seal the day and Year first above written –
Sophia her+mark Gowin (seal)

Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of –
Dan’l Farley Fauntleroy
Allen Peyton Going
Stephen T. Woodson

At a Court held for Pittsylvania County the 15th day of November 1814 The within written Deed of Gift was presented in Court and proved by the oaths of three witnesses thereto subscribed to the act and Deed of the within named Sophia Gowin party thereto and ordered to be recorded –
Teste Will Tunstall Cl

From Pittsylvania County Deed Book 19, page 27-28”
• Census, 1820, , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7734&enc=1
1820 United States Federal Census
Name:  Sherod Going
Home in 1820 (City, County, State):Pittsylvania, Virginia
Enumeration Date:August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10:4
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 15:2
Free White Persons – Males – 45 and over:1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10:1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 thru 44:2
Slaves – Males – 26 thru 44:1
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture:4
Free White Persons – Under 16:7
Free White Persons – Over 25:3
Total Free White Persons:10
Total Slaves:1
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other:11
ve Source Citation: 1820 U S Census; Census Place: , Pittsylvania, Virginia; Page: 60; NARA Roll: M33_140; Image: 113.
Source Information:

Ancestry.com. 1820 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
Original data: Fourth Census of the United States, 1820. (NARA microfilm publication M33, 142 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
• Estate: inventory, 3 Sep 1823, , Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA. 4
Sherwood married Ruth Bennett on 30 Apr 1793 in , Caswell, North Carolina, USA.1
Sherwood next married Elizabeth Coventon on 31 Dec 1804 in , Caswell, North Carolina, USA.2
Sources
1 carrutheb, “Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree,” database and images, http://Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38196955484 : accessed 23 Jun 2014); Elizabeth Coventon; http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38193344049. Surety: 2.
2 carrutheb, “Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree,” database and images, http://Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38196955484 : accessed 23 Jun 2014); Elizabeth Coventon; http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38193368332. Surety: 2.
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6 Beth Carruth, VA [(E-ADDRESS) FOR PRIVATE USE,], e-mail, July 08, 2014, “Alexander Going Estate Sale”. Surety: 4.
7 carrutheb, “Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree,” database and images, http://Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38196955484 : accessed 19 Jun 2014); Sophie; http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38167011974/mediax/4?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid%7CpgNum. Surety: 2.
8 carrutheb, “Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree,” database and images, http://Rhymes-Bennett Family Tree (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38196955484 : accessed 19 Jun 2014); Sherwood Gowen; http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/67610364/person/38193344049/mediax/2?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid%7CpgNum. Surety: 2.
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