1772 Job Going / Goyen d. 1834 m. Rebecca Lockert

Job Going born September 5, 1772 (Chester, SC)-d. April 23, 1834 (Tuscaloosa County, Ala)
(Married to Rebecca Lockert – daughter of Aaron and Sarah Miles Lockert)

Parents:

Drury Goyen and Sarah “Sallie” Baxter

Children: 

Sarah Baxter Going 1802–1804
Asenith Going 1804–1807
Sarah Miles Going 1807–1807
Mary “Polly” Going 1809–
Rebecca Lockert Going 1809–1860
Martha A. Going 1811–1873
Jane E. Going 1813–1880
Eli Thomas Going 1816–1889
Alfred Elijah Going 1819–1896

Siblings:

1) Martha Going born about 1768 – d. Aug 19, 1813,  (Married 1790 to – Larkin “Asa” Tindall (d 1841)- moved to Warren County, Ga).
2) Elijah Going born in 1770 – d. 1807 (Chester, SC)
3) Job Going b. Sept 5, 1772 Chester, SC-d. April 23, 1834, Tuscaloosa Co, AL m. Rebecca Lockert – of Aaron and Sarah Miles Lockert
4) Isaac Going born April 28, 1775 (Chester, SC) – (Married on Aug 21, 1804 to Rebecca Palmer)
5) James Going born in 1777
6) Sarah Baxter Going born 1786
7) Mary Going born in 1787
8) Rebecca Going born about 1789
9) Thomas Baxter Going born in 1795

FACTS and EVENTS:

Drury Goyen (Going) and Sarah have their 3rd child, Job Going, on September 5, 1772, likely in the Fairfield County, South Carolina area.

1792 Jan 13 – … Drury Going for $1000 paid by Robert Elliott grants to Robert Elliott … two tracts of land on Broad River in Chester County … one containing 250 acresincluding the plantation whereon Drewry Going now lives bounding E on Aaron Lockerts land … other tract containing 100 acres including Elliott’s old field. .. beg at Joseph Robersons black oak corner … in all 350 acres of land being part of two tracts one granted to Benjamin Love, the 3d day of Feb 1754 and the other granted to Mary McCullough the 21 day of Jan 1752 and by said Benjamin Love and Mary McCullough conveyed to said Robert Elliott and by said Robert Elliott conveyed to the aforesaid Drury Going to have and to hold the aforesaid tracts of land to him the said Robert Elliott his heirs … Signed: Drury Going. Wit: Job Going, John Hill, Isaac Going. Job Going proved up deed in court on Feb 10, 1792. Deed bk B, p 545. Chester Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSK7-B3BY-F?i=575&cat=360823

1792 Jan 13, Robert Elliott of Union County, buys two tracts from Drury Going – one for 250 acres including the Plantation where Drury Going now lives, bounded by Aaron Lockharts land, and another tract with 100 acres including Elliotts old field bounded by John Robertson, one tract prev granted to Benjamin Love on Feb 3, 1754 the other by Mary McCullough on Jan 21, 1752. Benjamin Love and Mary McCullough conveyed to Robert Elliott, and Robert Elliott then conveyed to Drury Going. Signed: Drury Going.Wits: Job Going, John Hill, Isaac Going. Deed book B pg 545. Chester Co, SC.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSK7-B3BY-F?i=575&cat=360823

1792 Jan 14 – Robert Elliott and Jean his wife of South Carolina County of Union toDrury Going of Chester County .. Robert Elliott and Jean his wife for $1000 pounds lawful money … paid by Drury Going … convey to said Drury Going .. two tracts of land on Broad River and Waters thereof in Chester County … one tract containing 250 acres including the plantation where Drury Going now lives … bounding E on Aaron Lockerts land … the other tract containing 100 acres including part of Elliotts old fields beginning at a black oak Joseph Robersons corner … in all 350 acres being part of two tracts of land, one granted to Benjamin Love the 3rd day of Feb 1754 the other granted Mary McCullough 21 Jan 1772 … and by the said Benjamin Love and Mary McCullough conveyed to the said Robert Elliot … Signed: Robert Elliott, Jean Elliott. Wits: Job Going, John Hill, Isaac Going. Proved up on Jan 23, 1791 in court by Job Going. Deed bk B, p 554. Chester County, South Carolina.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSK7-B3B1-G?i=581&cat=360823

Job Going’s father, Drury Going, dies in 1796: In 1796 the Chester County, SC Court orders sale of Drury Going’s estate within 12 months.  Sale of Estate – buyers include: Isaac Going, Elijah Going, Sarah Going, William Fariss, Job Going, Clayton Rogers, William Brown, Robert Elliott, Andrew Walker, Asa Tindall, William Fiary.

Going, Drury 2 1797 itemized inventory of estate pg 326 p4 marked

Going, Drury 3 1797 itemized sale of estate pg 320 p1 names marked

Going, Drury 3 1797 itemized sale of estate pg 321 p2 names marked

Going, Drury 2 more inventory docs in jacket

1796 October 14 – Chester County Court issues “I do hereby certify that Aaron Lockart, Francis Kirkpatrick and Charles Gillmore were sworn to appraise and make an inventory of the estate of Drury Going as directed within before me. Signed: Clayton Rogers, JP.
The inventory of the property included:
Property of Job Going 15-12-0 (bay mare, 4 hogs)
Property of Elijah Going 20-0-0 (chesnut sorrell horse)
Property of Isaac Going 12-0-0 (sorell horse)
Asia Tindall 28-0-0 (black mare, woman saddle)
Probate records, 1787-1799, Vol. A pg 325. Chester County, South Carolina
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-N7VY-3?i=178&wc=M6NW-ZP8%3A210904201%2C210956301&cc=1919417
Probate records, 1798-1803, Vol. B pg. 360
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-N7NT-L?i=186&wc=M6NW-D38%3A210904201%2C210963701&cc=1919417

1797 March 3 – sale of the Estate of Drury Going is filed with the court. Purchasers at the estate included:
Sarah Going x 19 entries with many items
Elijah Going x 7 entries
Isaac Going x 4 entries
Job Going x 6 entries
William Faryse x 3 entries
Clayton Rogers x 4 entries
Wm Brown x 1 entry
Robert Elliott x 3 entries
Andrew Walker x 1 entry
Probate records, 1787-1799, Vol. A pg 320-321. Chester County, South Carolina
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-N7KW-L?i=175&wc=M6NW-ZP8%3A210904201%2C210956301&cc=1919417

1797 Apr 20 – Estate of Going to Mrs Going, Isaac Going, Elijah Going, James Going, Job Going, – Pursuant to the orders of the commissioners appointed to appraise and divide the Real Estate of Drury Going decd, I have laid off the above tract of one hundred and seven acres and 1/3 it being part of the 250 acre tract on which said deceased formerly lived, and now laid off for the use of the widow of the said deceased including the dwelling house and spring. Adjacent to Aaron Lockert’s land, Elliotts corner. Plat No. 1 – Mrs Going’s part lower division on the River east side. Signed: William Gaston – Dept Surveyor. Recorded on Sept 12, 1814. bk M, p 197-199. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – By order of the commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyin deceased, I have laid off 71 acres and 1/3 of land being the middle tract of the 250 acres tract on which the said Drury Goyin formerly lived. Adjacent to the Broad River, land for Mrs Going, Robert Elliott’s land. Plat No 2 Middle division on East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston – Dept Surveyor. Recorded on Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – Commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyen decd71 and 1/3 acres of land on which the deceased formerly lived. Adjacent Elliott’s land, and the Broad River. Plat No. 3 upper division. East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – By order of the commissioners appointed to divide the lands of Drury Goyn deceased . . . a tract of land situate in Union County, purchased by said Goyinsfrom Mery McGuire for 319 acres – find it to contain only 259 acres clear of Robert Smith’s old granted land. Adjacent Broad River, Hughes’ land, Capt Palmer’s land, Robert Smith’s land, Robert Elliott’s land, Samuel Tolbert’s land. Plat No 4 on the west side of Broad River. Signed. William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 11 – By order of the Commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyne deceased . . . tract of land belonging to said estate in Union County, on Laurel Branch waters of Fannings Creek, purchased by said Drury Goyns from Charles Brock and said to be 80 acres, . . . I find within the lines of said tract 113 acres . . . Adjacent to McKissocks land, Robert Smith’s land, Laurel Branch, Brock’s land. Plat No 5on the West side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-6?i=118&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – a true platt of 100 acres of land belonging to estate of Drury Goyin deceased in Chester County, including Elliott’s old field . . . Adjacent Joseph Robertsons land, Cherry’s land, Job Goen’s land, Aaron Lockert’s land. No. 6 on East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston. Proved up on Sept 12, 1814. pgs 197-199. Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-6?i=118&cat=340217

1799 June 11 – Aaron Lockhart (decd) – Will and estate in probate court. (Father-in-law of Job Going dies).
Daughter Margery Love, grandson Aaron Love, daughter Jane Love, son John Lockert, son Charles Lockert, son Aaron Lockert, son Moses Lockert, son William Lockert, son Ely Lockert, daughter Rebekuh Lockert, Mary Lockert, Margaret Lockert, Sarah Lockert
Executor: son John Lockert
Wits: Jos. Brown, Charles Gilmore, Elijah Going,
http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=296892
Loose Papers – Family Search:
Front Cover:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19386-59673-85?cc=1911928&wc=MPPY-N3D:190567701,190567702,190567703,190808601
Inventory and Appraisal: (Appraisers): Clayton Rogers, Job Going, Charles Gillmore, Robert Elliott
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19386-59550-51?cc=1911928&wc=MPPY-N3D:190567701,190567702,190567703,190808601
Receipts: Sarah Lockert $200 June 28, 1809 signed J. Rogers; John and Sarah Lockert – signed Aaron L. Love – Nov 29, 1799; Sarah Lockert $211.12 Apr 3, 1809 – signed James A Williams; John and Sarah Lockert 211.12 on Dec 29, 1799 signed Charles Lockert – and wit ___? Going; John and Sarah Lockert $10 signed J W Lockert, and wit James M. McKnight; William Love, Margery Love, Aaron Love, wit Moses Williams, John Gallagher wit.
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19386-59810-50?cc=1911928&wc=MPPY-N3D:190567701,190567702,190567703,190808601
Receipts: John and Sarah Lockert – wit Moses Lockert; Chester County, South Carolina
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19386-61006-15?cc=1911928&wc=MPPY-N3D:190567701,190567702,190567703,190808601

The 1800 US Census lists “Job Goin” as head of household in Chester County, South Carolina with the following entries:  Name: Job Goin
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Chester, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44: 1 (Job Going b. betw. 1756-1774)
Number of Slaves: 3
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
Number of Household Members: 5   https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7590&h=476464&ssrc=pt&tid=69705632&pid=34477827274&usePUB=true

1800 US Census in Chester w Job Going

1800 US Census in Chester w Job Going

1802 July 17: Payments are made out of Drury Going decd’s estate to his heir Job Going.

Going, Drury 1807 itemization of accounts paid so far on estate Chester SC marked names

1800-1810:  Job Going married Rebecca Lockert some time between 1800 and 1810.

1802 Nov term – Thomas McCauley v. Job and Elijah Going ordered liberty to plead (trespass case) p 85 Common Plea Minute Book A – 1800 to 1810 Chester Co, SC
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL2-6YB6?i=76&cat=260534

1802 Nov 17 – Thos McCauley v Job and Elijah Going ordered that it be referred pg 90 Common Plea Minute Book A – 1800 to 1810 Chester Co, SC
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL2-6YYQ?i=79&cat=260534

1802 Nov 18 – Thos McCauley v Job and Elijah Going ordered the award returned be a judgment p. 103  Common Plea Minute Book A – 1800 to 1810 Chester Co, SC
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL2-6Y25?i=86&cat=260534

1803 March 17 – Elijah Going turns in accounting on estate of Drury Going with the following entries:
–1798 March 11 – Accounting of Drury Going decd estate.
–Paid to Job Going July 17, 1802 – 72.2.0
–Paid Asa Tindall July 10, 1798 – 72.2.0
–Paid Isaac Going July 17, 1802 – 72.2.0
–Paid James Going July 17, 1802 – 80.1.0
Signed: James Kirkpatrick, Charles Gillmore, Aaron Lockhart.
Chester Co, SC. Apartments 019-022, Packages 287-430 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FFS4-9J?i=529&wc=MPPL-MNG%3A190567701%2C190567702%2C190567703%2C190690101&cc=1911928

1805 Jan 15 – James Gowen from Elijah and Sarah Gowen, – Sarah Goine adminx of Elijah Goine admnr of Drury Goine decd of Chester Dist, SC, in consideration of one shilling paid by James Goine, grant to James Goine two tracts of land on west side of Broad River in Union Dist. One tract on bank of Broad River on Hughes’ line, containing 259 acres, the other tract in Union Dist on Branches of Fannin Creek, adj Robert Smith’s line, containing 113 acres, Signed: Elijah Going, Sarah Going. Wits: Job GoingJerremiah Going. Proved up on Jan 24, 1805 by Job Going. bk H, p 207 Union Co, SC
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4L-YS69-Q?i=534&cat=340217  (Note:  See trransaction below in 1803 also with “Jeremiah Goyne”.  The only Jeremiah Goyne in the area I know about is Amos Goyne’s son – is this Amos Goyne’s son?).  

1803 Nov 25 – Isaac Going fr William Ray 122 acres, bk K, p 66
… we Frances Ray, Alexander Ray, Frances Ray Jr, Mary Ray, Elisabeth Ray and Sarah Ray of South Carolina and District of York and William Ray of the District of Chester South Carolina, in consideration of $100 paid by Isaac Goings of Chester District South Carolina … convey unto Isaac Goings all that land granted to Andrew Ray on June 2d 1794 containing 122 acres on the waters of Turkey Creek in Chester District … The said Andrew Ray decd intestate whereby we the said Frances Ray, Alexander Ray, Frances Ray jr, Mary Ray, Elizabeth Ray, Sarah Ray and William Ray heirs at law to the said tract of land, being the father, brothers and sisters of the said Andrew Ray decd … convey unto Isaac Going … Signed: William Ray, Frances Ray, Mary Ray, Alexander Ray, Francis Ray, Elizabeth Ray. Wit: Jeremiah Goyne, Robert Adams. Proved up in court by Jeremiah Going on April 14, 1804. Deed bk K, p 66. Chester County, South Carolina. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKW-M3S9-8?i=354&cat=360823

1806 Jan 20 – … we Thomas Cherry and Elizabeth Weir of the State and District aforesaid for the consideration of the sum of $700 dollars paid … by Robert Elliott … sold … unto the sd Robert Elliott a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the District aforesaid and on Broad River bounded East and North by Warren Buford lands West by Broad River, South bythe sd Robert Elliott land containing 175 acres more or less … Signed: Thomas Cherry, Elizabeth Weir. Wits: Jos Reed, Job Going. Proved up by Job Going in Chester Dist Court on Nov 10, 1806 before John Lockert JP. Deed bk N, pg 70. Chester County, South Carolina. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS79-1QK8-H?i=50&cat=360823

1806 Oct 21 – Job Going fr Robt Elliott 100 acres, bk N, p 68
… I Robert Elliott of the State and District aforesd for and in consideration of $500 dollars have bargained and sold … unto Job Going of the State and District aforesaid a certain tract of land containing 100 acres lying in the District aforsd (Chester) on the Waters of Broad River … on lands of Warren Buford … lands of Joseph Roberson … Signed: Robert Elliott. Wit: John Elliott, Nathan Askew. Proved up in Chester County Court by Nathan Askew on Nov 10, 1806 in front of John Lockert JP. Deed bk N, p 68. Chester County, South Carolina. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS79-1QKC-T?i=49&cat=360823

1806 Oct 25 – … I Robert Elliott of the District of Chester and State aforesaid for and in consideration of the sum of $6500 dollars to me in hand paid by Joseph and Z Reed of the District of Union and State aforesaid have bargained, sold … unto the said Joseph and Z Reed a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the District of Chester o the East banks of Broad River containing 675 acres … more or less bounded by … a corner of Elijah Going’s land, on the Bank of the River and running thence S 76 degrees E with said Going’s line … to a corner of Job Going’s land … with said Job Going’s line … a corner of Warren Buford’s land .. with said Buford’s line … Signed: Robert Elliot. Wit: Job Going, Isaac J Foster. Proved up by Job Going in Chester County Court on March 20, 1807 before Rosborough JP. Deed bk M, pg 67. Chester County, South Carolina.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS79-1QK8-M?i=48&cat=360823

Job Going’s brother, Elijah Going, dies in 1807.  Elijah was the oldest son of Drury Going, and had been an executor of the estate.  From 1807 – 1811 – Elijah Going’s (decd) estate is in probate court. Chester County, South Carolina.
Elijah Going – Apartment 23 Pkg 344; Book D Pg 243, Nov 1807:
Book D: pg 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, pg 389
Images:
Petition for Citation: Job Going, Dosa Going,
Bonds Posted by: Isaac Going, Doshea Going, Charles Gilmore, William Love
Administrators: Isaac Going, Doshea Going
133: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19385-20096-54?cc=1919417&wc=M6NW-6P8:210904201,210975201 (pg 243)
Signatures: Isaac Going, Doshea Going, Charles Gilmore, William Love
134: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19385-20094-52?cc=1919417&wc=M6NW-6P8:210904201,210975201 (pgs 244, 245)
Inventory Done By: Charles Gilmore, John McKelvy, William Love,
List of Sails (Sales): Isaac Going, widow Going,
135: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19385-21624-44?cc=1919417&wc=M6NW-6P8:210904201,210975201 (pgs 246, 247)
Sales Continued: Job Going, John Thompson, Jason H. Bell, Moses Lockert, John Palmer, John McCool, William Love, James Hendrick, Charles Gilmore, David Boyd?, Valentine Bell, Mrs Dick, Esq Plaxco, McCullough, Asa Tindall, James Henderson, Jesse Boon, James Daugher, Elle Davis,
136: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19385-20095-53?cc=1919417&wc=M6NW-6P8:210904201,210975201 (pgs 248, 249)
Sales: James Bell, McCullough
206: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19385-19748-58?cc=1919417&wc=M6NW-6P8:210904201,210975201 (pg 389)
Book E: pg 95, 123
Images:
Debts Paid: Joseph Alexander decsd, Thomas Brown, Joseph Whyte, ordinary’s fee for guardianship of T. Going, Jason Lane,
Money Recd: Jason Anderson, George Plaxco, Joseph Gist, William Love, William Hany
60: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19385-26984-47?cc=1919417&wc=M6NW-X23:210904201,210982301 (pg 95)
Paid: Joseph Alexander, David Boyd, Thomas Neely,
74: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19385-26079-5?cc=1919417&wc=M6NW-X23:210904201,210982301 (pg 123)
Elijah Going’s Loose Papers:
Apartment 23, Package 344:
Images:
Appraisment of Elijah Going Estate:
61: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-90650-5?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Appraisal Cont: signed – Charles Gillmore, John McKelvey, William Love,
62: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89358-37?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Sales: Donato, Jacob Black, John McCool, widow Going, Jeremy? Brown,
63: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89012-28?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Sales Cont: Jason H. Bell, Moses Lockert, John Gilmore, John Thompson, Ella Davis,
64: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89330-57?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Sales Cont: ?, M—y Going, Esqr Plaxco, widow Going
65: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89331-56?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Sales Cont: William McCulley, Asa Tindall,
66: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89549-96?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Sales Cont: Isaac Going, William Love, Elias Love, Job Going, Dorsha Going,
67: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89357-38?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Sales Cont: Jason Hendricks, widow Going, — Tindal, Jason Anderson
68: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89254-60?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Payments: Job Going, Thomas Neely, Joseph Gist, David Boyd, Rhouben Saunders, Joseph Alexander decsd, John Kennedy, John Plaxco, John Rosborough,
Recd Pmts: John Lusk, Thomas Draper, Travis Draper, Joshua Draper,
Bond of: Isaac Going, Dosha Going, Charles Gilmore, William Love,
69: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-89329-46?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Money Recd: John Dogher (Nogher?), James Anderson, John Young, William Love, John McCool, John Canedy, Job Going
Paid: John Hindreck, Richard Hughes, Joseph Alexander, George Bailey, Joseph Brown, Gabriel Harden, James Darby, Joshua Foster, Amos Rogers, John McKelvy, Joseph Reid, Doshea Going, James Darby Clark, Job Going, Learman Strait, William Alman, John Lockert estate, Sarah Going, James Anderson, Joseph Brown.
70: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-90111-51?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Money Recd: Joseph Gist, Anne Robinson, George Black, William Lockert, William Hall, Mrs. Winsor, James Nogher, Mary Going, Sarah Going, John Nogher, Rebekah Dick, Job Going, Jacob Black, Phillip Prat, Jason Anderson, Asa Tindall.
71: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-88417-65?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Money Recd: Thomas Ball, Joseph Reid, Isaac Foster, Isaac McKissick, Isaac Going, Sarah Going, George Plaxco Esq, Jason Anderson Esq, James Lane Esq, Joseph Gist, William Love, William Haney.
Paid: James White, Doct Thomas Brown, Joseph Brown, Joseph Gist, Job Going.
72: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-90047-16?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Paid: Isaac Going, Sarah Going, Job Going.
73: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-19365-88742-37?cc=1911928&wc=MPPL-6TL:190567701,190567702,190567703,190726101
Chester Co, SC

1807 Nov 14 – Job Going and Dosa Going hath made sent to me to grant them letters of administration of the Estate of Elijah Going deceased.
Probate records, 1805-1810, Vol. D p. 243. Chester County, South Carolina https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-N7GC-T?i=132&wc=M6NW-6P8%3A210904201%2C210975201&cc=1919417 ; https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FF3H-44?i=70&wc=MPPL-6TL%3A190567701%2C190567702%2C190567703%2C190726101&cc=1911928 (loose papers).

1807 Dec 2 – Inventory of the Estate of Elijah Going decd taken – Signed: Charles Gillmore, John McKelvy, William Love.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FF3Z-L2?i=60&wc=MPPL-6TL%3A190567701%2C190567702%2C190567703%2C190726101&cc=1911928 (appraisal loose papers).
1807 Dec 22 – Sale of estate of Elijah Going decd – Buyers at estate include:
Isaac Going 
Doshea Going (widow)
Job Going
John Thompson
James Bell x2
Moses Lockert
John Palmer
Phil Prate
Jacob Clack
John McCool
William Love
Elias Love
James Hendrick
David Boyd
Valentine Bell
Mrs Vicki Bell
Mary Going
Esqr Plaxco
Mr McCullough
Asa Tindall
James Anderson
Jesse Boon
James Vagher
Elle Davis
Probate records, 1805-1810, Vol. D pg 246. Chester County, South Carolina. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-N75M-5?i=134&wc=M6NW-6P8%3A210904201%2C210975201&cc=1919417 ;
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1807 Dec 23 – Accounting of Elijah Going decds estate
The dets that is paid out of Elijah Going Estate decd
Dec 23, 1807 Job Going paid ouf of the estate 97.83
George Bailey paid whisky for sale 8.0
Joseph Brown Ordinary 9.0
Gabriel Harden 4.0
James Darby copy record 1.0
Joshua Foster capias 4.0
Amos Rogers 6.37
John McClvy appraiser 1.0
Joseph Reid 15.16
Doshea Going paid 100.39
James Darby Clark for copy of record of estate 3.0
Feb 11, 1809 Job Going paid 7.23
Leonard Strait for General Tax 1807 2.37.5
William Allman 00.18.11
March 12, 1808 John Lockert Estate paid 6.49
Dec 16, 1808 Sarah Going paid 6.50
Jan 9 1809 Job Going paid 11.0
James Anderson swearing appraisiers and other writing 3.0
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FF3Z-3L?i=69&wc=MPPL-6TL%3A190567701%2C190567702%2C190567703%2C190726101&cc=1911928 (loose papers probate Chester County, South Carolina).

1808 Jan 18 Accounting for estate of Elijah Going decd.
Received the 18 of January 1808
Of Joseph Gist 22.0
April 5, 1808 recd Ann Robison 0.28.5
April 6, 1808 recd of George Black 0.12.5
April 6, 1808 recd of William Lockert 0.12.5
Sept 27, 1808 William Hall recd of 1.25
Sept 27, 1808 Mrs Winsor Recd of 0.12.5
James Vogher recd of 149.80
Mary Going recd of 4.12.5
Dec 16 1808 recd of Sarah Going 6.50
Jan 5, 1809 recd of John Vogher 10.0
Rebekah Dick recd of 0.50
Jan 9, 1809 recd of Job Going 10.0
Jan 9 1809 recd of Jacob Black 1.94
Jan 15 1809 recd of Phillip Prate 2.0
Jan 18 1809 recd of Mary Going 0.62.5
Jos McCool 1.62.5, Jas Anderson 3.89, Asa Tindall 10.00
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1808 May 26 Personally appeared Job Going before me the subscribing justice for said Dist and makes oath as the law directs and saith on his oath that the Estate of Elijah Going decd is justly indebeted to him this deponant on a note of land bearing date the 24th December 1799 to the amount of 11 dollars. Signed: Job Going. Phil Noland JP. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FF3Z-9J?i=71&wc=MPPL-6TL%3A190567701%2C190567702%2C190567703%2C190726101&cc=1911928 (Loose probate papers, Chester County, South Carolina).

1809 Jan 22 the Debts received that was in debted before Elijah Going deceased.
Received of John Vogher 30.0
Feb 23, 1809 received of James Anderson 2.37.5
May 16, received of John Young 75.0
John Young owed before E Going decd
May 16, 1809 received of William Love 25.0
Aug 1 day received of John Misol 1.37.5
Oct 2, 1809 receive of John Canedy 26.25
Oct 19, 1809 received of Job Going 552.0
The Debts that paid out of Elijah Going Decd Estate:
Jan 26, 1809 paid John Kindreck 2.25
Elijah Going owed before his death
Jan 28 1809 paid Richard Hughes 5.00
Elijah Going owed before his death
May 1809 paid Joseph Alexander 103.50
Elijah Going owed before his death.
Ordinarys fee for 18.09 17th Jan 1810.
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1809 Oct 19 – Isaac Going fr Job Going 200 acres, bk P, p 304
… I Job Going of Chester District South Carolina for $1200 paid by Isaac Going of Union District … sell unto Isaac Going .. a parcel of land containing 200 acres in Chester District South Carolina on the E side of Broad River … joining William Smith land, James Reed’s land, Sarah Going land, Joseph Robison land, and Aaron Lockert land to the said Isaac to have and to hold … Signed: Job Going. Wit: Thomas B. Goyne, Mary Going.
Proved up in court by Thomas B Going on Oct 20, 1809. Deed bk P, p 304. Chester County, South Carolina.
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1809 Oct 31 – Job Gowen fr Nathan Askew, 130 acres, bk O, p 158.
… I Nathan Askew of Chester District South Carolina … for $500 dollars paid by Job Gowen … convey unto Job Gowen a certain plantation or tract of land in Chester District South Carolina containing 130 acres … being the plantation claimed and owend by the said Nathan Askew bounded by land belonging to David Tom, Robert Black and by lands lat the property of John Lockart … Signed: Nathan Askew. Wit: John Kennedy, John Evans. Proved up by John Kennedy in court on Nov 1, 1809. Deed bk O, pg 158. Chester County, South Carolina.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS79-1QJD-C?i=392&cat=360823

1809 Nov 1 – Calron Savage v. Job Going judgment confessed p 499  Common Plea Minute Book A – 1800 to 1810 Chester Co, SC
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1810 Jan 1: The Chester County, SC Court receives receipts showing a payment to Job Going out of Drury Going decd’s estate:  

The 1810 US Census in Chester County, South Carolina shows “Job Goyen” as head of household with the following entries: Name: Job Goyen
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Chester, Chester, South Carolina
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 26 thru 44 : 1 (Job Goyen b between: 1766-1784)
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 thru 44: 1 (Rebecca Goyen b. betw 1766-1784)
Numbers of Slaves: 8
Number of Household Members Under 16: 2
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
Number of Household Members: 12

1810 US Census Chester SC with Job Goyen and Sarah Goyen

1810 US Census Chester SC with Job Goyen and Sarah Goyen

(Note:  Combining the 1800 and 1810 Census puts Job Going’s birth year between 1766 and 1774).  

1810 Jan 1 – I certify that Isaac Goings has paid me as attorney for the Exors of Jos Alexander decd on a note due by Job Goings $282.16 all paid since the 1 Jan 1810. Signed: J Gist. Chester Co, SC. Apartments 019-022, Packages 287-430 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FFS4-9J?i=529&wc=MPPL-MNG%3A190567701%2C190567702%2C190567703%2C190690101&cc=1911928

1811 Feb 9 – Accounting of Elijah Going decd estate (loose papers):
Payments:
– Paid Job Going one dollar he paid Thomas Neely for reading the sitation of Elijah Going decd
– March 22, 1811 paid Joseph Gist 25 dollars sixty four cents balance of the above case of debt and costs
– April 19 1811 paid Joseph Gist eterny of cost of suit brought against David Boyd for 33 dollars 50 cent and nothing got 2 dollars fifty cents.
– May 6, 1811 paid Rhuben Saunders Clerk of Union District his cost of suit that the executors of Dr Jos Alexander Decd against the administrators of Elijah Going decd – $6 and 12 and 1/2 cents.
– Aug 11, 1811 paid John Kennedy sheriffs of Chester District five dollars his cost for serving writ on John Plaxico and wife for the executors of Jos Alexander decd.
– Aug 14, 1811 paid John Kennedy 2 dollars 24 cents for serving a writ on David Boyd and nothing got
– August 14, 1811 paid John Rosborough Clerk of Chester District one dollar.
Receipts:
– March 19, 1811 received of John Lusk deputy Sheriffs of Union Dist 25 dollars.
– March 23, 1811 recd of Thomas Draper 20 dollars which I sued for of Travis and Joshua Drapers note
– August 5, 1811 received of John Lusk 19 dollars 37 and 1/2 cents
– Oct 21, 1811 recd of John Lusk 15 dollars.
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1812 August 6 – Job Going fr Thos Robins 150 acres, bk Q, p 97
… I Thomas Robins of Chester District South Carolina … for $600 dollars paid by Job Goin of Chester District … sell unto said Job Goin a certain tract of land on the Waters of Mill Creek … tract one of 150 acres taken up by Thomas Akins in 1774 and 48 acrestaken up by Robert Aiken on 1805 the whole of said lands as may be seen in the plat … containing 198 acres … Signed: Thomas Robins. Wit: Edward Robins, Asa Tindall.
Proved up by Edward Robins in court on Dec 15, 1812. Deed bk Q, p 97. Chester County, South Carolina.
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1813 Aug 6 – Job Going fr Thos Akins, Sr, etal, 36 acres bk Q, p 98
… we Thomas Akins Sr and William Akins of Chester District South Carolina … for $108 dollars paid by Job Going of Chester District South Carolina … sell unto said Job Going… land containing 36 acres being part of a tract of 195 acres granted to Robert Cowley on the 4th day of March 1793 … on the waters of Turkey Creek .. Signed: Thomas Eakins, William Eakins. Wit: Edw Robins, Alexander Akins. Proved up in court by Edward Robins on Aug 7, 1813. Deed bk Q, p 98. Chester County, South Carolina.
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1814 Feb 19 – Job Going fr Thos Akin, Sr, 14 acres, bk R, p 119.
… I Thomas Akin Sr of Chester District South Carolina … for $69 dollars and 75 cents … paid by Job Going … grant unto Job Going a tract of land on Mill Creek waters and Waters of Broad River being part of a tract granted to Thomas Akin Sr … Signed: Thomas Akins. Wit: Edward Robins, James Anderson. Proved up by Edward Robins on March 5, 1814. Deed bk R, p 119. Chester County, South Carolina.
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1815 Nov 27: will of James Johson Sr of Chester Dist, planter . . . appoint new executors Richard Hughes, Job Going, and John Cunningham. Wits: James McCluney, Robert Cowley, Saml Gallagher. Proved by Jas McCluny and Saml Gallagher on March 2, 1816. F, 57-58. Chester County, South Carolina.

1818 Feb 16 – Job Going fr Alexander Akin, 111 acres, bk S, p 306
… I Alexander Akin of Chester Dist, South Carolina … for $800 dollars to me paid by Job Goins of the District and State aforesaid … sell unto the said Job Goins a tract or parcel of land … on the Waters of Mill Creek the waters of Broad River containing 111 acres … Signed: Alexander Akin. Wit: J Robins, Drennen Love. Proved up by Drenon Love in court on Feb 16, 1818. Deed bk S, p 306. Chester County, South Carolina.
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1819 Feb 3 – Job Going etal to Jas McCaullay 100 acres, bk S, pg 483
… I Mary Gallagher and Job Going of Chester District and State of South Carolina am held and firmly bound unto James McCaully of Chester Dist and State aforesaid in the just and full sum of $1000 dollars to be paid to the said James McCaully his heirs and assigns executors or administrators to which payment well and truly to be made and done we bind ourselves our heirs executors … this 3rd day of February 1819 …
The condition of the above obligation is such that if Charles Gallagher the son of the above bound Mary Gallgher shall as soon as he arries to 21 years of age make or cause to be made good and sufficient warrantee title unto James McCaully his … undivided 2/3 part of a certain tract of land containing 100 acres ... on Mill Creek a branch of Turkey Creek in Dist of Chester South Carolina on the North side of Broad River bounding NE on Valentine Bell’s land East on Margaret Beard’s land … originally surveyed the 30th day of September 1774 and granted to William Beard the 9th day of Nov 1774. … Signed: Mary Gallagher, Job Going. Wit: John E Gunning, J Rosborough. Deed Bk S, pg 483. Chester County, South Carolina.
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1819 July 16: Job Goins is appointed executor of the will of Ambrose Nix of Chester District. G, 174-175. Chester County, South Carolina.

The 1820 US Census in Chester County, South Carolina shows “Job Goyen” as head of household again, with the following entries: Name: Job Goyen
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Chester, Chester, South Carolina
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – Under 10: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 45 and over: 1  (Job Goyen b bef. 1775)
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 26 thru 44: 1 (Rebecca Goyen b bet. 1776 and 1794)
Slaves – Males – Under 14: 1
Slaves – Males – 14 thru 25: 3
Slaves – Males – 26 thru 44: 1
Slaves – Females – 14 thru 25: 2
Slaves – Females – 26 thru 44: 2
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture: 9
Free White Persons – Under 16: 5
Free White Persons – Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total Slaves: 9
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 17

1820 US Census Chester SC with Job Goyen

1820 US Census Chester SC with Job Goyen

1820 Feb 6 – Job Goings fr James McClintock, Sheriff 19 and 1/2 acres, bk T, p 155
… I James McClintock sheriff of Chester District South Carolina … at the suit of Sarah Lockart assignee of James Weir v John T McCool to me directed commanding me that of the goods and chattels lands and tenements of the said John T McCool to levy the sum of $85 dollars and 17 cents damages and costs … seized lands of said John T McCool … containing 19 and 1/2 acres in Chester SC, on Turkey Creek of Broad River David Leech’s corner … crossing Turkey Creek Road near the Station and bounded by Wm L McCool … bounded by Wm Feemster … purchased by Job Goins … for $50 … Signed: J McClintock, SCD. Wit: Clement Wood, Jno McKeown Jr. Deed bk T, p 155. Chester Co, SC.
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1820 Feb 6 – Job Going to John Brandon 19 and 1/2 acres, bk T, pg 156.
… I Job Going of the District of Chester South Caroling for and in consideration of $39 dollars … paid by John Brandon … land containing 19 and 1/2 acres originally granted to John T McCool … on Feb 1, 1819 … on Turkey Creek of Broad River … Signed: Job Going. Wit: Clement Wood, John McKeown, Jr. Proved up by Clement Wood in court on Feb 26, 1820.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLV-PSXS-V?i=385&cat=360823

1820 March 8 – Job Going to William P Gaston, bk T, pg 318. (Drawing of plat in deed)
… I Job Going, the only qualified Executor of the Estate of Ambrose Nix, decd … for $1000 dollars … by Wm Gaston … the land which the sd Ambrose Nix lived until his death … originally granted to Philip Grisham May 7, 1774 conveyd by sd Gresham to Robert Tindall from Tindall to Robert Fowler from sd Fowler to Ambrose Nix and left in his last will and testament to be sold … on the south fork of Mill Creek waters of Turkey Creek and Broad River … Signed: Job Going. Wit: Vincent Yarborough, Wm Dudney. Proved up in court by Vincent Yarborough on Sept 1, 1820. Deed bk T, pg 318. Chester County, SC. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLV-PS6L-3?i=468&cat=360823

1820 May: NIX, AMBROSE OF CHESTER DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: ESTATE RECORD BOOK G, PAGE 174; ESTATE PACKET: APT 52, PKG 833) (2 FRAMES).  Series: S108093 Reel: 0006 Frame: 00505 Item: 000 Names indexed: ALLEN (SLAVE); ARON (SLAVE); DARBY, ANNY; DAVIS, CALEB; DAVIS, JOHN; DAVIS, MARGARET; DAVIS, SUSANAH; DEGRAFFENRIED, ALLEN SR.; JOB GOINGS,; HANNAH (SLAVE); HARRY (SLAVE); JINNEY (SLAVE); MILONE, RHODA; NIX, AMBROSE; NIX, HANNAH; NIX, JOHN; NIX, TEMPLE; PETER (SLAVE); QUINTON, JON; SANDERS, SALLY; SANDERS, WILLIAM; SIMON (SLAVE); TAYLOR, ELIZABETH; TAYLOR, ISAAC Topics: SLAVES, NAMED Document type: WILL (TYPESCRIPT) Locations: CHESTER DISTRICT, South Carolina
http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/RecordDetail.aspx?RecordId=297059
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1820 May 19 – Job Goings fro Eli Lockert, adm, 50 acres, bk T, p 237.
… I Eli Lockert of Tennessee and Montgomery County as administrator of Moses Lockert of the State of Tennessee and Montgomery aforesaid decd in consideration of $100 … agreeable to a bond given by Moses Lockert in his life time for the purpose therefore I the said Eli Lockert administrator … confirm unto Job Going a tract or parcel of land lying in the State of South Carolina and Chester District containing 50 acres … described in the deed from Robert Wilson to Aaron Lockert … Signed: Eli Lockert. Wit: W P Gaston, Drennon Love.
Proved up by W P Gaston in court on July 3, 1820. Deed bk T, p 237. Chester Co, SC.
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Job Going’s family removed to Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in 1823.  “Job Gowing” received a land grant there in that year.  The land grant was recorded in “Tuscaloosa Land Office Register,” according to “Old Tuskaloosa Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1821-1855,” page 18, by Marilyn Davis Barefield.  “Joe Gowing” joined David Reid on February 22, 1823 in the purchase of land in Section 9, Township 21, Range 10 W in Tuscaloosa County.

1824 May 27 – Name: Job Gowing
Issue Date: 27 May 1824
Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Land Office: Tuscaloosa
Meridian: Huntsville
Township: 21-S ; Range: 10-W ; Section: 9
Accession Number: AL0700__.421
Document Number: 3503  https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=1246&h=2078047&ssrc=pt&tid=69705632&pid=34477827274&usePUB=true

1824 May 27 – Name: Job Gowing
Issue Date: 27 May 1824
Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Land Office: Tuscaloosa
Meridian: Huntsville
Township: 21-S ; Range: 10-W ; Section: 9
Accession Number: AL0700__.422
Document Number: 3504   https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=1246&h=2078049&ssrc=pt&tid=69705632&pid=34477827274&usePUB=true

1830 – He was listed as the head of a household there in 1830, according to “Alabama, An Index to the 1830 Census.”  The household of Job Isaac Going appeared on Page 330 with the following entries:  Name: Job Going
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free White Persons – Males – 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 50 thru 59: 1 (Job Going b. betw. 1771 and 1780)
Free White Persons – Females – 15 thru 19: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 40 thru 49: 1 (Rebecca Going b. betw. 1781-1790)
Slaves – Males – Under 10: 3
Slaves – Males – 24 thru 35: 4
Slaves – Females – Under 10: 2
Slaves – Females – 10 thru 23: 1
Slaves – Females – 24 thru 35: 2
Free White Persons – Under 20: 4
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total Slaves: 12
Total – All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 19    https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=8058&h=1019094&ssrc=pt&tid=69705632&pid=34477827274&usePUB=true

1830 US Census Tuscaloosa Ala w Job Going

1830 US Census Tuscaloosa Ala w Job Going

(Note:  Combining the 1800, 1810 and 1830 Census puts Job Going’s birth year between 1771 and 1774.  Combining the 1820 and 1830 Census puts Rebecca’s birth year between 1781-1790).  

Also enumerated in Tuscaloosa County was “Thomas Goings,” unidentified.  His farm was located on the site of present-day Northport, Alabama, according to the research of Col. Carroll Heard Goyne.  “Thomas Goings”, white male, 40-50,” was recorded on Page 328, living alone.

1830 May 25 – Thomas B. Goyne (Thomas B Going) use of Joseph Cleveland v. John Houghey, John Houghey alleges that Thomas B Goyne brought an action by a warrant for the use of Joseph Cleveland before one Job Going an acting justice of the peace in and for said County against your petitioner and on the 29 day of April 1830 the said justice entered up a judgment against your petitioner in favor of said Goyne . . . in the sum of six dollars and 66 cents besides costs of suit and an execution was issued thereon by the said justice on the 5th day of May thereafter and placed in the hands of one J E Rial an acting constable for said County and said Constable is now about to Levy the same upon the property of your petitioner. . . . Before said suit and transfer of claim from Goyne to Cleveland, petitioner had a legal claim against said T B Goyne and to a considerable amount over and above the amount of the judgment rendered as aforesaid by said justice.
Ordered by the court that the Def go hence without delay and recover of the Pltf Joseph Cleveland for whose use this suit has been brought, his costs by him about his defence in this behalf expended. pg. 184- (Images: 0098 – ). 1829-101: County Court Pleas 1829-1832. http://seventhfloorrecords.com/1829-101Gallery.htm. Tuscaloosa Co, AL.

1830 Dec 6 – appraisment and inventory of Benjamin Palmer decd. Job Going is JP and appraiser. Inventory Book, 1830-1836 p. 23. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1831 Jan 8 – Account of sale of goods and chattles of Benjamin Palmer decd by Job Going administrator. Inventory Book, 1830-1836 p. 39. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1831 Sept 24 – Job Goyne adm and pltf v. Daniel McKae surv of Deft} Assumpsit.
Daniel McKae who hath survived Alexander McKae decsd . . . to answer Job Goyne admr of Benjamin Plamer decsd of a plea of tresp on the case in assumpsit upon premises to his damage as admr as afsd of two hundred dollars … Endorsed “This is an action of Assumpsit and founded on an open account of $63.84 for lumber furnished by the pltfs intestate to the said Deft and the said Alexander McKae in the lifetime of the said Alexander _ also for lumber and furnished since death of said Alexander and also by Pltf as admr . . . /images/1832-108/1832108_0043 pgs 51-52.
Additional pleadings and jury trial info noted. /images/1832-108/1832108_0044 pgs 53-54.  1832-108: Circuit Court Pleas 1832-1833 – Gallery: http://seventhfloorrecords.com/1832-108Gallery.htm, Tuscaloosa Co, AL

1832 June 4 – Job Goin pltf v. Manley Files Junr and Abner Files Junr Defts } Appeal . . . of a $25.50 judgment against the Files . . . /images/1832-108/1832108_0058 pgs 80-81.
Held that the Plaintiff recover against defendants . . . /images/1832-108/1832108_0059 pgs 82-83. 1832-108: Circuit Court Pleas 1832-1833 – Gallery: http://seventhfloorrecords.com/1832-108Gallery.htm Tuscaloosa County, AL.

1832 Sept 7 – Job Going admr of Benjamin Palmer decd, Pltf v. Thomas B. Goyne  and James Christian, Defts. Trover. . . . a plea of Trespass on the Case in Trover to the damage of 500 dollars. Brouth to recover damages for the conversion of certain personal property belonging and appertaining to a certain cotton gin embracing saws, brushes gin dereu and of great value to wit of the value of five hundred dollars and being so possessed by the said Benjamin Palmer afterwards to wit — casually lost the said goods and chattels out of his possession and the same afterwards . . . came to the possession of the said Defts by finding. Yet the said Defts well knowing the said goods and chattels to be the property of the said Benjamin Palmer in his lifetime. . .
Defts plea “not guilty”. Jury trial – found found guilty of trover and conversion. Damages awarded at 310.20 dollars plus costs of court.
pg 98 – after the trial, Defendant made a “Bill of Exceptions” and an “offer of evidence” which was memorialized in the court findings that stated ” . . . Bill of Sale executed by Defendant Thomas B Goyne in 1829 to Benjamin Palmer decd which instrument is to be copied by the clerk and attached . . . consideration for bill of salle was not proved . . . evidence of consideration was . . . that on or about the day of the execution of the Bill of Sale he the witness loaned Palmer 40 dollars and which was as witness understood it to lift the mortgage or mem? which one William Robertson formerly held against the same property and which as witness understood was about to expire. It was proved that the screw was fastened to posts set in the ground in the usual way – the runing gear was also fastened to the ground and to the gin house in the usual way and the gin head was set on the gin house floor and connected to the runing gear with bands as is usual and that the same had not been removed since the sale. The above were the articles sued for. The Defendant asked the court to instruct the jury that if they believed the articles sued for were attached to the free hold and had never been removed since the sale by Goyne to Palmer that the Pltf could not sustain this action . Which instruction was refused.” The court then explained its reasoning for refusing the requested instruction to the jury, and memorialized the bill of exceptions.
1829 Dec 31 – Contract made . . . between Thomas B Goyne of the one part and Benjamin Palmer of the other part each of Tuscaloosa County witnesseth – That saidThomas has this day bargained and sold to the said Benjamin Palmer the runing gear and gin head embracing saws brushes gin screw and etc of his said Thomas’s gin in the vicinity of Tuskaloosa and at his present residence for the sum of one hundred dollars – provided that the sale aforesaid is made on the following conditions. That said Thomas Bshall use and enjoy peaceable possession of the said runing gear screw head and until he shall have completed whatever cotton may be offered at his gin for gining during the ensuing gining season that is to say for the year 1830 – immediately after the gining season aforesaid the above Thomas B Goyne will deliver to the said Pelmour or his assigns the said runing gear saw, gin head, screw and etc,. Signed: Thomas B. Goyne,Benjamin Palmour. Test: Moses McGuire.
p. 95-101 (Images 0065-0067).
1834-107: Circuit Court Pleas 1834: http://seventhfloorrecords.com/1834-107Gallery.htm. Tuscaloosa Co, AL.

1832 Sept 7 – Job Going admr of Benjamin Pelmore decd, pltf, v. Thomas B Goyne  and James Christian. Trover. This action is brought to recover damages for the conversion of a certain negro man slave by the name of Harry the property of the estate of the said Benjamin decd with a value of 500 dollars. Benjamin Pelmore “casually lost the said negro man Harry out of his possession and the said negro man Harry afterwards . . . came to the possession of the said Defts by finding . . . said Defts well knowing the said negro man Harry to be the property of the said Benjamin Pelmore in his lifetime . . . Defts have not delivered said negro man Harry despite often requests they do so. (It appears in the next paragraph they are alleging a 2nd negro man named Harry as well was taken – but not clear if this is the same, or a repeat).
Defts plead “not guilty”. Jury trial found Defts guilty. Damages for 518 dollars plus costs.
Pltf introduced a bill of sale . . . executed by Deft Goyne to Plamore the Pltfs decd intestate. It was not proved that the negro boy ever went into the possession of Palmore. It was proved that the negro was not delivered at the time of sale. It was proved that most usually the negro was in the possession of Goyne who executed the Bill of Sale. That at one time the negro was hired out in the lifetime of Pelmore but by whom it was not known. It was proved that Palmore died in July or August 1830. It was also proved that after the death of Palmore, Goyne remained in possession of the negro until 1832 when Goyneexecuted to Deft Christian a bill of sale for said boy Harry and delivered the possession at the time of sale. That Christian executed to Goyne his promissory note for 450 dollars for said boy. There was no other evidence respecting the note and it did not appear whether it was paid or not. It was proved that prior and at the time of executing the said Bill of Sale by Goyne to Palmore, Goyne was embarrassed and in failing circumstances – that the negro was not delivered to Palmore nor seen in his possession by the witnesses. That no money was paid by Palmore to Goyne at the time of executing the Bill of Sale, but his note given for the amt expressed in the bill of sale. After this evidence the Deft Christian moved the Court to have the administrators of Palmore who was present in Court sworn as a witness to establish four facts in his knowledge – . . . sale of the negro Harry by Deft Goyne to Palmore was for the purpose of preventing his sale for the debts of Deft Goyne. Plaintiff objected, and was sustained by court, which Deft objected. Some time after sale to Christian the boy was some time in Goyne’s possession and some times in Christians. . . . it was difficult to tell in whose possession the boy was whether Goyne or Christian . . . they usually lived together. . . . At one time since the sale to Christian, deft Goyne hired him out and recd price of hire for said boy. . . . no evidence that the note given by Goyneto Christian was ever paid. . . . it was generally known in the neighborhood where Defts resided that Palmore or his estate had a claim on the negro.
Bill of Sale produced dated: 31st day of December 1829 – Thomas Goyne sold negro Harry to Benjamin Palmore for 400 dollars.
Bill of Sale produced dated 5th of May 1832 – Thomas B Goyne sold negro Harry to James Christian for 450 dollars.
pgs. 99 – 103, (Images 0067-0069) 1834-107: Circuit Court Pleas 1834: http://seventhfloorrecords.com/1834-107Gallery.htm. Tuscaloosa Co, AL.

Job Isaac Going died April 23, 1834, according to “Pioneers of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Prior to 1830.”  He was buried in Robertson Chapel Cemetery which in 1995 no longer existed.  Col. Goyne located the cemetery in the southwest quarter of Section 12, Township 21S, Range 10W, presently on the golf course of a country club.  Only one of the older graves [those marked with reddish-brown fieldstones] has a name to identify it: “Mary T. Cook, born June 14, 1805, daughter of R. Cook & S. Cook, dec’d. May 24, 1826.”

Rebecca Lockert Going petitioned the county court May 10, 1834 for letters testamentary on the administration of the estate of Job Isaac Going.  William H. Terrell, Robert Walker, James Cardwell, William Findley and William Robertson were appoint appraisers of the estate by the court.  Robert Cook, her brother-in-law was appointed co-administrator by the court.  The estate was settled June 11, 1836.

1834 May 10 – Rebecca Going, relict and widow of Job Going decd and Robert Cook applyed for letters of admin of estate of Job Going decd, and posted bond. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 94, Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1834 May 10 – Job Going was the admin of Estate of Benj Palmer decd, and since Job Going is now decd, ordered all goods, chattels, rights of Benjamin Palmer decd be committed to William Glover sheriff of Tuscaloosa Co, AL. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 95. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1834 June 9 Inventory and appraisment of the Estate of Job Going decd. Notes and Accounts. Note for Thoms B Going for 3.00 on p. 250, Aaron Lockhart for 54.89 andJohn Lang for 8.20 on pg 249 are among several pages of entries. Signed: Robert Cook administrator. Inventory Book, 1830-1836 p. 247. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1834 June 23 – Robert Cook admin of Est of Job Going decd ret to ct an inventory and appraisment bill. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 98. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1834 Oct 8 – Ordered that Rebecca Going admin and Robert Cook admin of Est of Job Going decd be authd to sell personal Estate of Job Going decd and make a return to the court. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 110. Tuscaloosa Co, AL https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8799/007651236_00225?pid=2676798&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8799%26h%3D2676798%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DTqH639%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=TqH639&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=007651200_00705

1834 Oct 29 – petition of Rebecca Going and Robt Cook admins of Estate of Job Going decd for an order for Commissioners to divide the slaves of estate – to wit, Aaron, Stephen, Patty, Vilet, Betty, Mary , Jack, Leamer, Mariah, George, Lewis, Joseph . . . almong the following legal distributees of Estate viz: Rebecca Going widow of decd, Polly McClure wife of McClure, Rebecca Lang (wife of John Lang), Martha Going, Jane E Going, Eli Going, and Alfred Going. Commissioners named and ordered to make division and giving to the widow her dower not less than 1/5. Polly McClure, one of the legatees resides in Indianna – a non-slaveholding state, that they alot to her an equivalent to be paid out of the estate in money for the slaves. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 111-112. Tuscaloosa Co, AL https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8799/007651236_00225?pid=2676798&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8799%26h%3D2676798%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DTqH639%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=TqH639&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=007651200_00705

1834 Oct 29 – Estate of Job Going division of slaves. Rebecca Goyne the widow, John Lang, Martha Goyne, Jane Goyne, Eli Going, Alfred Goyne – all received abt $1000 worth of slaves. McClure to be paid in money $1004.16. Inventory Book, 1830-1836 p. 343. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1834 Dec 1 – Rebecca Going admin and Robert Cook admin of Job Going decdmade return to court a sale bill of estate of decd. Commissioners appointed to make a division of the slaves of Job Going decd made their report. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 114. Tuscaloosa Co, AL https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8799/007651236_00225?pid=2676798&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8799%26h%3D2676798%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DTqH639%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=TqH639&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=007651200_00707

1835 May 19 – Abel H White admr to Pltf v Robert Cook admr and Rebecca Going admr, Defts – Assumpsit. Plaintiff sued on March 10, 1835 against Robert Cook and Rebecca Going who were adminstering the estate of Job Going, decd. Abel H White is admr of the estate of Benjamin Palmer decd. A Plea of Trespass on the Case – damage of 2000 dollars. 1500 was collected by Job Going in his life time as admr of Benjamin Palmer decd. Suit was dismissed by mutual assent against Rebecca Going admr. Agreement on costs to be paid by Robert Cook (appears they came to a settlement agreement of some sort re payment of what was owed on Palmer estate). – p 44-46 (image 0039 and 0040). 1835-104: Circuit Court Pleas 1835-1836: http://seventhfloorrecords.com/1835-104Gallery.htm, Tuscaloosa Co, AL.

Afterward, Rebecca Lockert Going removed to Pickens County, Alabama in the extreme western part of the state, apparently accompanying other members of the Going family.  “Rebecca Gowing” received land in Section 5, Township 22, Range 15 West in Pickens County, Alabama October 6, 1834.  The land grant was recorded in “Tuscaloosa Land Office Register,” according to “Old Tuskaloosa Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1821-1855.”

1836 June – Robert Cook one of the admins of Estate of Job Going decd made a final settlement of estate to be recorded. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 187. Tuscaloosa Co, AL   https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8799/007651236_00225?pid=2676798&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8799%26h%3D2676798%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DTqH639%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=TqH639&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=007651200_00744

1836 June 11 – Accounting records for Estate of Job Going decd – identified are: Rebecca Going widow of Job Going decdJohn Lang as right to his wife Rebecca one of the heirs, Martha Going one of the heirs, Jane Going a legatee, Eli Goin a legateee, Alfred Goin a legatee, Joseph McClure in right of his wife Mary  Inventory Book, 1830-1836 pgs 424 to 428. Tuscaloosa Co, AL https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8799/007651236_00225?pid=2676798&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D8799%26h%3D2676798%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DTqH639%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=TqH639&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=007651219_00481

1836 Sept 5 – Abel H White admin of Benjamin Palmer decd v. Robert Cook admin and Rebecca Going admin of Job Going decd. Petition for title. Job Going bound himself to make title to petitioners intestate for the east half of the northwest quarter of section 9 in township 21 of range 10 west of Huntsville and for all the west half of the northeast quarter of said section township and range also for a part of section 15 of said township and range with the following boundarites . . . said Job Going departed this life without complying with said bond. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 209. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1836 Dec 5 – Abel H White admin of Benjamin Palmer decd v. Robert Cook admin and Rebecca Going admin of Job Going decd. Petition for title. Order re land. Orphans Ct Minutes 1831-1838 p. 229. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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(Note:  The following entries for Job Going in Tuscaloosa Co, AL are located at the 7th Floor Records Project for Tuscaloosa County, AL – and may be downloaded free online here:  http://www.seventhfloorrecords.com/  ).

Going, Job 1822-101 43 1822101_0027 Aug Term 1827
Going, Job 1822-101 91 1822101_0054 Jun Term 1832
Going, Job 1824-101 445 1824101_0228
Going, Job 1824-101 610 1824101_0311
Going, Job 1824-101 641 1824101_0328
Gowing, Job 1824-101 443 1824101_0227
Gowing, Job 1824-101 495 1824101_0253
Gowing, Job 1824-104 131 1824104_0070
Gowing, Job 1824-104 141 1824104_0075
Gowan, Job 1824-101 140 1824101_0075
Gowan, Job 1824-101 143 1824101_0076
Going, Job 1825-101 84 1825101_0092
Going, Job 1825-101 123 1825101_0131

Going, Job 1825-101 133 1825101_0141
Going, Job Debt 1826-104 45 1826104_0040
Going, Job 1826-104 46 1826104_0041 25 Dec 1825
Going, Job 1826-105 3 1826105_0035
Going, Job 1826-105 64 1826105_0096
Going, Job 1826-106 129 1826106_3001
Going, Job 1826-106 167 1826106_0083
Going, Job 1826-106 223 1826106_0111
Going, Job 1826-106 261 1826106_0130
Going, Job 1826-106 264 1826106_0132
Going, Job 1826-106 271 1826106_0135
Going, Job 1826-106 286 1826106_0143
Going, Job 1826-106 290 1826106_0145
Going, Job 1826-106 293 1826106_0146
Going, Job 1826-106 359 1826106_0179
Going, Job 1826-106 368 1826106_0184
Going, Job 1826-106 396 1826106_0198
Going, Job 1826-106 446 826106_0223
Gowan, Job 1826-106 43 1826106_0023
Gowan, Job 1826-106 257 1826106_0128
Going, Job 1827-101 1 1827101_0007
Going, Job 1827-101 524 1827101_0265
Going, Job 1827-105 168 1827105_0088
Gowing, Job 1827-107 356 1827107_0207 22 Feb 1823
Goyen, Job 1827-105 112 1827105_0060
Goyne, Job 1827-105 110 1827105_0059
Goyne, Job 1827-105 129 1827105_0068
Going, Job 1828-101 23 1828101_0031
Going, Job 1828-103 15 1828103_0029
Going, Job 1828-105 269 1828105_0141
Going, Job 1828-105 270 1828105_0142
Going, Job 1829-101 163 1829101_3001
Going, Job Justice of the Peace 1829-101 184 1829101_0098
Going, Job Justice of the Peace 1829-101 186 1829101_0099
Going, Job Justice of the Peace 1829-101 187 1829101_0099
Going, Job Justice of the Peace 1829-101 188 1829101_0100
Going, Job Justice of the Peace 1829-101 306 1829101_0161
Going, Job Justice of the Peace 1829-101 308 1829101_0162
Going, Job Justice of the Peace 1829-101 311 1829101_0162
Going, Job Administrator 1829-101 406 1829101_0213
Going, Job Administrator 1829-101 407 1829101_0213
Going, Job 1829-102 49 1829102_0061
Going, Job Administrator 1829-104 250 1829104_0134

Going, Job 1829-107 234 1829107_0252
Going, Job witness 1829-110 76 1829110_0095
Going, Job Justice 1829-110 99 1829110_0124
Going, Job administrator 1829-110 121 1829110_0151 11 Dec 1832
Going, Job 1829-110 Insert 107a 1829110_0132
Gowin, Job 1829-103 175 1829103_0094
Goyne, Job 1829-103 149 1829103_0081
Goyne, Job 1829-103 151 1829103_0082
Goyne, Job 1829-103 171 1829103_0092
Goyne, Job 1829-103 172 1829103_0093
Goyne, Job 1829-103 175 1829103_0094
Goyne, Job 1829-103 180 1829103_0097
Goyne, Job 1829-103 218 1829103_0116
Goyne, Job 1829-103 239 1829103_0126
Goyne, Job 1829-103 243 1829103_0128
Goyne, Job 1829-104 94 1829104_0056
Goyne, Job witness no show; $100 fine 1829-105 516 1829105_0267
Goyne, Job paid as witness & justice 1829-110 76b 1829110_0095
Going, Job 1830-103 12 1830103_0010
Going, Job 1830-103 142 1830103_0075
Going, Job 1830-104 241 1830104_0132
Going, Job 1830-104 242 1830104_0133 16 Mar 1824
Going, Job 1830-104 243 1830104_0133
Goin, Job 1832-101 158 1832101_0087 2 Oct 1832 1832101_0087
Goin, Job 1832-105 62 1832105_0079 Oct Term 1832 1832105_0079
Goyne, Job administrator 1832-101 243 1832101_0129
Goyne, Job 1832-105 64 1832105_0082 Oct Term 1832
Going, Job juror 1832-101 176 1832101_0096

Job Going and Rebecca Going’s daughter, Rebecca Going married John Lang.   According to Tuscaloosa County Orphans Court Book 1, page 84, the heirs of Job Isaac Going were identified as “Rebecca Goyne Lang and John Lang, Polly McClure of Indiana, wife of Joseph McClure, Martha A. Going, Jane Evelyn Going, Eli Going and Alfred Going.”

“Rebecca Goyne” received 1/5 of the estate valued at $9,740.475, and the remainder was divided among the five children.  Each child received $1,100.365 in cash and property for his share.  Joseph McClure and Polly McClure, living in a non-slavery state, received cash in lieu of slaves.

Rebecca Lockert Going was recorded as a charter member of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church of Franconia, Alabama on May 20, 1837.  Her land lay immediately north of the church site.  Later this church became the First Presbyterian Church of Aliceville, Alabama, according to “Early Churches of Alabama.”  All of the 32 charter members of the congregation came from Kershaw, Union and Chester Districts of South Carolina.

Rebecca Lockert Going reappeared on the roster of the Oak Grove Presbyterian Church in April 1843.  She appeared as the head of a household in the 1850 census of Pickens County, Household 1538:

“Going,  Rebecca                 73, born in South Carolina
Martha A.                              40, born in South Carolina”

Rebecca Lockert Going died May 2, 1855 at the age of 79.  She was buried in Franconia Cemetery in Pickens County.

Seven children were born to Job Isaac Going and Rebecca Lockert Going.  Additionally, they reared Drennan Love, son of Capt. James Love.  Their children included:

Mary “Polly” Going                             born about 1809
Martha A. Going                                  born January 25, 1811
Jane E. Going                                       born July 29, 1813
Eli Thomas Going                                born June 29, 1816
Alfred Elijah Going                             born March 4, 1819
Rebecca Going                                     born about 1822

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Rebecca <i>Lockert</i> Going

Mary “Polly” Going, daughter of Job Isaac Going and Rebecca Lockert Going, was born about 1809 at Flat Rock.  She was brought to Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in 1823.  She was married about 1830 to Joseph McClure.  When her father died in 1834, they received $1,100.365 in cash.  Since at that time they lived in Indiana, a “free” state, they were unable to inherit any of her father’s slaves.

Martha A. Going, daughter of Job Isaac Going and Rebecca Lockert Going, was born January 25, 1811 at Flat Rock, in Chester County.  She was brought by her parents to Tuscaloosa County in 1823   She was mentioned as an heir when her father’s estate was administered in 1834.  She was received into Oak Grove Presbyterian Church October 1, 1838, according to the church records.  She also appeared on the church roster in April 1843.

She was recorded in the 1850 census at age 40, living in the household of her mother. She was married to Elder Archibald Hood May 4, 1854, according to the church records.  He was born April 3, 1797, and she was his third wife.  He was the tenth child of William Hood and Jane Wiggins Hood and had married first, about 1780, Annie Somerville, daughter of James Somerville and Elizabeth Fletcher Somerville.  He remarried about 1831 to Mary Miller, daughter of Eli Miller and Ellen Knox Miller. He died March 25, 1871, and  Martha A. Going Hood died September 30, 1873.  They were buried in Franconia Cemetery.

Jane E. Going, daughter of Job Isaac Going and Rebecca Lockert Going, was born July 29, 1813, probably in Chester County.  She was brought to Tuscaloosa County in 1823.  She was mentioned as an heir in the settlement of the estate of her father.  She was married about 1837 to Benjamin J. Hughes who was born December 4, 1804.  Benjamin J. Hughes died May 4, 1878, and Jane E. Going Hughes died March 26, 1880.  Both were buried in Franconia Cemetery in the Going section.  They had seven or eight children, according to a letter written August 11, 1947 by Walter S. Going of Birmingham, Alabama.

Known children are:

Ben Jolly Hughes                                 born about 1840
Rufus L. Hughes                                  baptized April 10, 1842
Martha C. Hughes                               baptized April 23, 1844
Ann Foster Hughes                             baptized April 2, 1847
Mary T. Hughes                                   born March 5, 1849

Evelyn Somerville, identified as a granddaughter of Benjamin J. Hughes and Jane E. Going Hughes, was born in 1885.  Her obituary reveals much about the Going family:

“Evelyn Somerville, 73, died May 19, near Aliceville, Alabama at ‘Ingleside,’ home of her grandparents, Benjamin J. and Jane Going Hughes, in which pillared house she was born.  Graduate of the University of Alabama, where she was a Phi Beta Kappa in 1906, she received a M.A. degree at Drexel Institute in New York City.  For a generation she followed her beloved library work at Troy College and at  Livingston State Teachers College.  She was also a librarian at Tuscaloosa, Fayette and Birmingham, Alabama and at Columbus, Ohio.

Prominent in state and local patriotic societies, she was also a leader in Presbyterian “Women of the Church” at all levels.  Her only survivor is a nephew, James S. Somerville with family, except for numerous cousins.  Her Revolutionary ancestors appeared in the 1790 census of Chester County, South Carolina at Lockert Shoals of the east bank of Broad River.  Living there in adjoining households were Capt. James Love III [1763-1807], Drury Going and Col. Aaron Lockert who changed the spelling of his name [Lockhart] since his parents and brothers in Pennsylvania were all Tories.

Capt. James Love and his brother, William Love were married to daughters of Col. Lockert, as did Drury Going who reared the captain’s orphan son, Drennan Love as a foster brother to his daughter, Jane E. Going Hughes.  Drennan Love in 1827 was married to Betsy Cook, granddaughter of Drury Going.  Twelve children, nine sons and three daughters, were born to the couple.  Moreover, John Lockert was guardian of nephews, the captain’s sons Aaron Love, John Love and David Love, hence the close connection of these pioneer families for over 100 years, notably in the area they helped to develop along the Alabama-Mississippi state line.  There they prospered as cotton planters with antebellum mansions and where Evelyn Somerville is buried in Franconia churchyard in Pickins County, Alabama.”

Eli Thomas Going, son of Job Isaac Going and Rebecca Lockert Going, was born at Flat Rock June 29, 1816.  He was brought to Tuscaloosa County in 1823.  He was mentioned in the Tuscaloosa County Orphans Court Book 1, page 84 as an heir in his father’s estate.  He removed with his mother to Pickens County in 1835.  On October 14, 1838 he was received into Oak Grove Presbyterian Church.  He was baptized November 25, 1838.

On January 18, 1839 he was married to Jane M. Somerville, third child of John Somerville and Sarah Hood Somerville, who was born April 5, 1815 in South Carolina.  John Somerville was one of three brothers who lived in Kershaw District.  He was born in South Carolina December 11, 1780 and died in Pickens County August 14, 1857, according to Mrs. Eddie R. Reed, Aliceville, Alabama who later owned John Somerville’s bible.  Sarah Hood Somerville was born in South Carolina June 30, 1785 and died in Pickens County February 25, 1867.  Both were buried at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church Cemetery near Aliceville.

John Somerville was a brother to Hugh Somerville who was born in 1780.  Both married daughters of William Hood of Beaver Creek Township, Kershaw County.  William Hood left a will in Kershaw County signed October 5, 1827, according to the research of Leonard Andrea, Columbia, South Carolina.

In 1842 Eli Thomas Going was a deacon at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church.  He and his wife were carried on the church roll in April 1843.

Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville in 1852 continued to live at Pleasant Grove.  In 1868, Rev. Eli Thomas Going was shown as a visiting minister at the First Presbyterian Church at Carrollton, Alabama, some eight miles north of Aliceville.  During the Civil War and for many years afterward he was a U. S. mail contractor, according to “Notable Men of Alabama” published in 1876.  He appeared as a bondsman for the marriage of his son, William Samuel Going to S. E. Johnston April 19, 1887, according to Pickens County marriage records.

Eli Thomas Going died at Benevola, Alabama June 28, 1889, and Jane M. Somerville Going died September 16, 1892, according to “Records of Pickens County, Alabama,” Vol. III by Mrs. C. P. McGuire, Sr.  They were buried in Franconia Cemetery.

Children born to Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville Going include:

Sarah Asenath “Sallie” Going           born Dec. 7, 1839
James Alfred Going                            born January 8, 1842
Mary Sophia “Mollie” Going             born December 31, 1843
Martha Jane Going                             born January 4, 1846
John S. Going                                       born April 5, 1848
William Samuel Going                        born January 22, 1851
Job Going                                              born November 29, 1852
Eli Lockert Going                                 born February 18, 1855

Sarah Asenath “Sallie” Going, daughter of Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville Going, was born December 7, 1839 in Pickens County.  She died March 21, 1863 unmarried and was buried in Franconia Cemetery.

James Alfred Going, son of Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville Going, was born January 8, 1842 in Pickens County.  He was baptized April 10, 1842 at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church.  He attended the University of Alabama for a short time prior to the Civil War.  He enlisted in the Second Alabama Infantry Regiment and later served as the color bearer for Company D, Forty-second Alabama Infantry Regiment.  He was listed as third corporal in the 42nd, according to “History of Pickens County, Alabama.”

Brig. Gen. John C. Moore, CSA, wrote a report on Corp. James Alfred Going who participated in the Battle of Corinth and the Battle of Hatchie Bridge.  Gen. Moore commanded Moore’s Brigade of Maury’s Division in the Battle of Holly Springs, Mississippi October 13, 1862, according to “War Department Series,”Vol. 17.  He wrote, “Subject deserves special notice.  He was color bearer, and though once shot down, he gallantly bore the flag through the fight on the 4th.”  After he was wounded in the Battle of Corinth he participated in the Battle of Vicksburg.

James Alfred Going was married about 1867 to Myrtis Billups, daughter of Col. Richard Billups and Eliza Humphries Billups of Pickens County.  Col. Billups was born in 1796 in South Carolina, and his wife was born there in 1801.

He was remarried January 25, 1888 to Ella Gaines Parker, daughter of Socrates Parker of Livingston, Alabama in nearby Sumter County.  He was later engaged in insurance, real estate and the mercantile business in Birmingham, Alabama.  He died there December 29, 1911.

Children born to James Alfred Going and Myrtis Billups Going include:

William Rufus Going                                           born about 1869
Henry S. Going                                                      born about 1871
Richard B. Going                                                  born about 1874

Children born to James Alfred Going and Ella Gaines Parker Going include:

Richard B. Going                                   born April 20, 1872
Elizabeth Pryor Going                          born about 1880

Richard B. Going, son of James Alfred Going and Ella Gaines Parker Going, was born April 20, 1872.  First Lt. Richard B. Going served in the First Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Spanish-American War.  Later he served in the Forty-fourth U.S. Infantry Regiment.  His first term of military service reached from April 21, 1898 to 1903.  Then He became a career officer with the U.S. Army.  In 1946 Col. Richard B. Going, retired lived in Philadelphia.

Elizabeth Pryor Going, daughter of James Alfred Going and Ella Gaines Parker Going, was born about 1880.  She was married about 1900, husband’s name Boykin.  About 1946 she lived at 3214 Cliff Road, Birmingham.

Children born to them include:

Rhodes Boykin                                                                                     born about 1905
Elinore Boykin                                                                                      born about 1908
Betty Boykin                                                                                          born about 1911

Mary Sophia “Mollie” Going, daughter of Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville Going, was born December 31, 1843 in Pickens County.  She was baptized July 11, 1844 at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church, according to church records.  She was married about 1870 to G. W. Hughes.  Mary Sophia “Mollie” Going Hughes died September 28, 1872.  G. W. Hughes, who was born July 30, 1842, died November 11, 1915.  Both were buried in Franconia Cemetery.

Children born to them include:

Mary Going Hughes                                                                         born September 19, 1875

Mary Going Hughes, daughter of G. W. Hughes and Mary Sophia “Mollie” Going Hughes, was September 19, 1875.  She was married about 1896, husband’s name Morrow.  In 1946 she lived at Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Children born to them include:

Thomas A. Morrow                                                                           born about 1898
Mary Morrow                                                                                     born about 1900
James Morrow                                                                                   born about 1903

Martha Jane Going, daughter of Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville Going, was born in Pickens County January 4, 1846.  She died at age two November 7, 1848 and was buried in Franconia Cemetery.

John S. Going, son of Eli Thomas Going and Jane Somerville Going, was born in Pickens County April 5, 1848.  He appeared on the roster of the Oak Grove Presbyterian Church between 1863 and 1873.  He was married about 1871 to Nannie Wilson.  He was a bondsman for the marriage of his brother, William Samuel Going to E. S. Johnston April 9, 1887, according to Pickens County marriage records.  He died in Birmingham in September 1922.

Children born to John S. Going and Nannie Wilson Going include:

Howard Wilson Going                                                                        born November 14, 1884
Evelyn Going                                                                                        born June 6, 1889
Augusta Going                                                                                     born about 1895

Howard Wilson Going, son of John S. Going and Nannie Wilson Going, was born November 14, 1884.  He was married about 1907, wife’s name Rose.  In 1946 they lived in Oak Park, Illinois.

Children born to Howard Wilson Going and Rose Going include:

Paul Going                                                                                             born about 1910
Mariam Going                                                                                       born about 1915

Augusta Going, daughter of John S. Going and Nannie Wilson Going, was born about 1895.  She was married about 1918 to Paul Sherman.

Children born to them include:

Jane Sherman                                                                                        born about 1921

Evelyn Going, daughter of John S. Going and Nannie Wilson Going, was born June 6, 1889.  She was married about 1910, husband’s name Webster.  In 1946 she lived in Hamilton, Ontario.

William Samuel Going, son of Eli Thomas Going and Jane Somerville Going, was born in Pickens County January 22, 1851.  “W. S. Going” was married to Elizabeth S. Johnston April 9, 1887.  Signing the marriage bond was John S. Going, Alfred Elijah Going and Eli Lockert Going, his brothers.  He was an early-day member of the First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, according to “Some Early Alabama Churches.”  He died in Birmingham.

Children born to William Samuel Going and Elizabeth S. Johnston Going include:

Clarence Johnston Going   born January 25, 1888

Clarence Johnston Going, son of William Samuel Going and Elizabeth S. Johnston Going, was born in Birmingham January 25, 1888.  He was married about 1912 to Louise Thornbury.  He continued there in 1946 at 1117 S. 10th Street.

Children born to Clarence Johnston Going and Louise Thornbury Going include:

William Going                                                                                       born about 1914
Alan Going                                                                                             born about 1917

Job Going, son of Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville Going, was born at Pleasant Grove November 29, 1852.  A biographical sketch of him is included in”Notable Men of Alabama” by Dubose.  According to the sketch, he was a name-sake of his grandfather, Job Isaac Going.  He appeared on the roster of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church from 1863 to 1873.

On December 9, 1880, Job Going was married to Maude Slaughter, daughter of Samuel Slaughter and Mary Slaughter of Petersburg, Tennessee.  In 1882 he went to work for Drennan & Company, a mercantile firm in Birmingham.

In 1890, Job Going removed to Pratt City, Alabama, later extinct, where he became a merchant and an elder in the Presbyterian church.  Maude Slaughter Going died January 26, 1920, and he died in Birmingham December 2, 1927.

His obituary was published in a Birmingham newspaper:

“Job Going, 75, pioneer citizen of Birmingham, died at his residence, 1125 Louise Street, South at 7:30 a.m. Friday.  He was ill two weeks, following a breakdown.

Surviving are four sons: Walter and Hugh Going of Birmingham; Raymond and Herbert of California; one brother, W. S. Going and several nephews.  His wife, Maude Slaughter Going died January 26, 1920.”

Job Going was born at Pleasant Grove, Pickens County, Alabama, November 30, 1852.  He came to Birmingham in 1883 and had lived here since.  For years he engaged in the merchandising business in Pratt City, making many friends.

He manifested an interest in the affairs of this section and was elected to the Jefferson County Board of Revenue in 1904 and was reelect for a second term, being chosen president of the board.  He was an ardent worker in the position, and many developments started at that time throughout the county are to be credited to his vision.  At the time of his death, he was engaged with his sons in the road machinery business, being president of Going Road Machinery Company, Inc.

Mr. Going was an elder of the Second Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, a member of the Knights of Pythias and Woodmen of the World.  The funeral will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Second Presbyterian Church, 12th Street at 10th Avenue, South, with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery.  Active pallbearers will be Henry S. Going, Clarence J. Going, Rhodes Boykin, nephews; Gardner Sommerville, W. G. Spence, James D. Duncan, R. B. Coleman, Dr. John Douglass and Charles Morgan.  Honorary pallbearers are the elders and deacons of the Second Presbyterian Church and members of the Pratt City Knights of Pythias Lodge.”

Children born to Job Going and Maude Slaughter Going include:

Herbert Watson Going                        born October 8, 1882
Walter Somerville Going     born December 2, 1884
Raymond Eli Going                                              born August 8, 1889
Hugh Campbell Going                         born Sept. 15, 1892

Herbert Watson Going, son of Job Going and Maude Slaughter Going, was born about 1882, probably in Birmingham.  He was a partner with his father in Pratt City in a mercantile business.  He was married to Ruth Danahoe September 10, 1915.  In 1917 they lived in Calexico, California.

Children born to Herbert Watson Going and Ruth Danahoe
Going include:

Betty Edmunds Going                                                         born in 1917

Walter Somerville Going, son of Job Going and Maude Slaughter Going, was born December 2 1884, probably in Birmingham.  He attended Auburn College.  He was married January 1, 1919 to Helen Margaret Newhall.

Children born to Walter Somerville Going and Helen Margaret Newhall include:

Walter Sommerville Going, Jr.            born October 1, 1919
Grace Margaret Going                                         born November 16, 1923

Raymond Eli Going, son of Job Going and Maude Slaughter Going, was born August 8, 1889, probably in Birmingham.  He was married about 1926 to Jessie Woodward Jones.  He died September 18, 1929.  No children were born to Raymond Eli Going and Jessie Woodward Jones Going.

Hugh Campbell Going, son of Job Going and Maude Slaughter Going, was born September 15, 1892, probably in Birmingham.  He was married July 2, 1921 to Alice B. Wheeler.  He died December 23, 1929 in Birmingham.

Children born to Hugh Campbell Going and Alice B. Wheeler Going include:

Hugh Campbell Going, Jr.                   born October 16, 1925

Eli Lockert Going, son of Eli Thomas Going and Jane M. Somerville Going, was born February 10, 1855 in Pickens County.  He was a bondsman for the marriage of his brother, William Samuel Going April 9, 1887, according to Pickens County marriage records.  He died January 31, 1922.

Alfred Elijah Going, son of Job Isaac Going and Rebecca Lockert Going, was born March 4, 1819 in Chester District, South Carolina.  He was brought to Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in 1823.  He was mentioned as an heir in the estate of his father which was administered in 1834.  His family removed to Pickens County, Alabama in 1835.

He was married to Miss Marion A. Wigginton September 5, 1841 at Princeton, Kentucky, according to Caldwell County Marriage Book 2, as abstracted in “First Caldwell County, Kentucky Marriage Books.”   Marriage Record Books 1-21 were transcribed by E. Arwana Kyle for the volume.  Marion A. Wigginton Going was born May 25, 1818.

“Marion S. Going” appeared on the roll of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church in Pickins County in 1843.  He appeared on the membership roster of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church between 1853 and 1860.

On December 16, 1854 Alfred Elijah Going received land in Section 13, Township 22, Range 14W in Pickens County.  The land grant was recorded in”Tuscaloosa Land Office Register,” according to “Old Tuskaloosa Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1821-1855” by Marilyn Davis Barefield.

He became totally blind by 1857, according to a letter written February 3, 1857 by his uncle, Isaac Going of Union District.

Marion A. Wigginton Going died July 6, 1881 and was buried in Franconia Cemetery, Franconia, Alabama.  Alfred Elijah Going joined his brothers Eli Lockert Going and John S. Going as bondsmen on a marriage application of W. S. Going and Elizabeth S. Johnston April 9, 1887.  He died February 27, 1896 and was buried beside his wife.

Children born to Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A. Wigginton Going include:

Rebecca Jane Going                                            born in 1842
Mary Bell Going                                                   born August 29, 1844
Susan Augusta Going                         born in 1847
John Job Going                                                    born December 25, 1848
Thomas Henry Going                          born January 9, 1851
Emily Augusta Going                          born in 1855
Martha Josephine Going                    born July 29, 1859

Rebecca Jane Going, daughter of Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A. Wigginton Going, was born in 1842.  She was baptized October 25, 1842, according to the records of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church.  She was married about 1866 to J. W. Bridges.

Mary Bell Going, daughter of Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A. Wigginton Going, was born August 29, 1844 in Pickens County.  She was admitted to the Oak Grove Presbyterian Church about 1863.  On December 26, 1871, she was married to E. G. Mobley who was born January 8, 1836.  E. G. Mobley, who died September 28, 1896, and she was remarried about 1900, husband’s name Freeman.  She died January 1, 1916 and was buried in Bethany Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Pickens County, located five miles east of Aliceville, Alabama, according to “Mississippi Cemetery and Bible Records,” Vol. 5.

Susan Augusta Going, daughter of Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A. Wigginton Going, was born September 23, 1846 and was baptized as an infant April 1, 1847 at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church.  She died October 18, 1851 at age five and was buried in Franconia Cemetery.

John Job Going, son of Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A.  Wigginton Going, was born December 25, 1848.  He died at age three February 24, 1852 and was buried in Franconia Cemetery.

Thomas Henry Going, son of Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A. Wigginton Going, was born January 9, 1851 in Pickens County.  He died at age 16 March 22, 1867 and was buried in Franconia Cemetery.

Emily Augusta Going, daughter of Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A. Wigginton Going, was born in 1855 in Pickens County.  She was married about 1875 to Edward E. Rose who was born in 1855 in Greene County, Alabama.  They removed to Fayette, Alabama before 1880.  He later served as mayor of Fayette.  She died there in 1943, and he died there in August 1953.

Children born to them include:

James Edward Rose                             born about 1877
Thomas Alfred Rose                           born about 1880
William Rose                                                         born in 1890
Ernestine Rose                                     born about 1894

Martha Josephine Going, daughter of Alfred Elijah Going and Marion A. Wigginton Going, was born July 29, 1859 in Pickens County.  “Josephine Going” was baptized in 1860, according to the records of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church.  She was married May 12, 1886 at age 26 to James K. Martin.  Martha Josephine Going Martin died July 22, 1900 and was buried in Franconia Cemetery.

Mrs. W. S. Morrow, a descendant of Alfred Elijah Going and her husband were the only members of First Presbyterian Church of Aliceville 100 years after the founding of Oak Grove

Presbyterian Church who were descendants of the charter members of the church.

Rebecca Going, daughter of Job Isaac Going and Rebecca Lockert Going, was born about 1822, probably in Chester County.  It is believed that she died before 1834 because she was not mentioned as an heir in the administration of her father’s estate in that year.

Other unidentified members of the Going family appear in the records of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church:

Mahala Going was an early-day member of the church, [no dates given.]

Mrs. Maude Going were received into the congregation were received into the congregation between 1875 and 1882.

Teeny Going was received into the church September 22, 1839.

William I. Going was received into the congregation between 1853 and 1860.

Going Jay, Tyler Polk Jay, James Jay, Mary Jay and Lewis Jay were received into the church between 1863 and 1873.

Other members of the Going family appear in various Pickens County records:

Al Going was married to Mollie Wells December 24, 1886, according to “Pickens County, Alabama Marriages, 1881-1892.” Children born to Al Going and Mollie Wells Going are unknown.

On the same day and probably in a double wedding, Lewis Going was married to Rebecca Wells December 24, 1886, according to “Pickens County, Alabama Marriages, 1881-1892.”  Of Lewis Going and Rebecca Wells Going nothing more is known.

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5 Responses to 1772 Job Going / Goyen d. 1834 m. Rebecca Lockert

  1. Fredrick Marshall Tucker says:

    Doug, you have a typo in the heading. Job Going died in 1834, not 1854. It’s correct in the article, just a typo in the heading.

  2. Edwina Lockert Ard says:

    Rebecca Lockert who married Job Going did not remarry a Lang. She and Job had a daughter named Rebecca Lockert Going who married John Lang, son of John Lang and Elizabeth Rogers. John Lang and Rebecca Lockert Going Lang had two children, Jonathan Raymond Lang who married Frances Ann McDonald, and Sarah Alexander Lang who married Robert Lewis Cummins, Sr. Both siblings have numerous descendants. I have been working furiously to get this particular line up to date as possible. Thanks for all your work on the early Going, Gowen, Goyen, etc families.

    • Fredrick Marshall Tucker says:

      Yes, you are correct. This correction was also “on my list” to submit to this and other sites. Edwina, do you know when Rebecca Going Lang died? I’d love to have that date to complete my records. I descend from Job’s brother Isaac, but for over 20 years I’ve collected much information on Job’s line. I even traveled to Little Rock AR in 1999 just to see the Job Going Bible. A real treat!

  3. douggoyen says:

    Thanks for the correction. Should have been obvious since her husband didnt die till 1834 (and it said she married Lang in 1826). Let me know if antyhing else needs an update.

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