1774 John Going d. 1819 m. Mildred Eubanks

John Going b. 1774-1819 married to Mildred Eubanks
marriage on April 7, 1806

Parents: 

Unknown (previously thought Drury Going b. 1749 was father, but no connection found)

Children born to John Going and Mildred Eubanks Going include:

Joseph Going                                                                                       born about 1790
Lucinda Going                                                                                      born about 1793

Siblings:

Unk

FACTS:

1806 April 7 – John Going married Mildred Eubanks in Columbia Co, Georgia
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1808 – John Going on Tax list in Franklin Co, Ga
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John Going, was born January 10, 1774, probably in Chester District.  Linda Goings, family historian, suggests that he was born in Camden District, Fairfield County.

He may have been the John Going was married April 7, 1806 to Mildred Eubanks in Columbia County, Georgia, according to”Columbia County, Georgia Marriage Records. 1787-1863.”  John Going died February 3, 1819.

Children born to John Going and Mildred Eubanks Going include:

Joseph Going                                                                                       born about 1790
Lucinda Going                                                                                      born about 1793

Joseph Going, son of John Going and Mildred Eubanks Going, was born about 1790 in Columbia County, 16 years before the marriage of his parents, according to Linda Goings.

Joseph Going was married to “Miss Jude Kindrick” November 1, 1822 according to Columbia County Marriage Book A, page 181.  She is identified as the daughter of Austin Kendrick and Mary Wiley Kendrick.  Joseph Going and Judith Kendrick Going lived in Columbia County until about 1850, then moved to Dougherty County, Georgia and then later to Worth County, Georgia.

“Judah Kendrick Going” was mentioned in “The Georgia Land Lottery Papers, 1805-1914,” page 294:

“Columbia County, Lot 56-9 Lee.  Addison Hassel, formerly Addison Kendrick [illegitimate child of Judah Kendrick, now Judah Going], his name having been changed by an act of the General Assembly, 1826 session, see Dawsons Digest, page 329, appoints Dr. Nathan Crawford as att’y for himself and Littleberry A. Kendrick of Alabama, to take out a grant to lot 56, 9th Dist. Lee County.  Signed: Addison Hassel before James D. Green, J.P, 15 June 1843.

Pers. app’d. Addison Hassel, formerly Addison Kendrick, to claim Lot 56-9-1 of the 1827 Lottery, drawn by Judah Greene’s illegitimate children, which was in error when entered and should have been Judah Kendrick’s illegitimate children.  Signed Addison Hassel before James D. Green, J.P, June 15, 1843.”

Children born to Joseph Going and Judith Kendrick Going include:

John W. Going                                                                     born in 1831

John W. Going, son of Joseph Going and Judith Kendrick Going, was born in Columbia County in 1831, according to the research of Linda Goings.  He was married May 7, 1849 in Stewart County, Georgia to Nancy A. Nelson.  “John W. Goins” was married to Nancy Nelson May 27, 1849, according to “Stewart County, Georgia Marriages. 1823-1864.”

John W. Going served as a Confederate soldier from Worth County, Georgia during the Civil War, according to the research of Linda Goings.

Children born to John W. Going and Nancy A. Nelson Going include:

Jessie T. Goings                                                                                   born March 5, 1860
William D. Goings                                                                                born August 14, 1862

Jessie T. Goings, son of John W. Going and Nancy A. Nelson Going, was born March 5, 1860.  He was married about 1883 to Nettie A. Smith.  He died March 9, 1834 in Moultrie, Georgia.

William D. Goings, son of John W. Going and Nancy A. Nelson Going, was born August 14, 1862.  He was married to Ananet Abigail Smith, according to Linda Goings.  He died February 23, 1934 in Moultrie.

Miss Lucinda Going was married to Nowell Kindrick, perhaps a brother of Jude Kindrick December 29, 1826, according to Columbia County Marriage Book A, page 206.  She is regarded as a brother to Joseph Going by Linda Goings.

John Going’s Ancestry.com page:  http://person.ancestry.com/tree/69705632/person/34477827389/facts

 

2 Responses to 1774 John Going d. 1819 m. Mildred Eubanks

  1. Brian says:

    Joseph Going/Judith Kendrick are in my line. I have a couple of connections to note. I’m 99% sure that Joseph was the son of William Going (not John Going) who was b. abt. 1768 in Virginia and moved to Georgia with his father, Moses Going who was b. abt. 1743 in Lunenburg or Brunswick County, Virginia (probably to an unwed Going mother who passed along her Going surname and an unknown father, possibly enslaved, possibly with the surname Jewell– a surname associated with Moses on one land document). Joseph was named in the Warren County, Georgia will of William Going. William Going, like his father Moses, operated a mill and was a millwright. Joseph married Judith (or Jude) Kendrick as listed above. However, Judith Kendrick was definitely not the daughter of Austin Kendrick and Mary Wiley. There are an unfortunate number of name and birth date similarities in this part of the line that have lead many family researchers astray (two Nowell Kendrick’s from different families, multiple John Going(s), etc.). Over several years I dissected all of these and, I believe, teased out all of the different individuals to gain a clearer picture of who was who. This process led me to believe that Judith Kendrick (b. abt. 1799 in Columbia County) was actually the daughter of Thomas Kendrick and Theodate Day. Judith was, indeed, first married to George Edward Hassell so the Hassell connection/line is correct. I have at least one DNA match that substantiates this. Joseph Going and Judith Kendrick had the children listed above (and others). Their son John W. Going(s), however, was not the same “John W. Goins” who married Nancy Nelson in Stewart County in 1849. That was a different man. Both men had wives named Nancy and were born around the same time so it can be a bit confusing. Regardless, The “John W. Goins” who married Nancy nelson and “John W. Going”, son of Joseph Going and Judith Kendrick show up independent of each other in the 1860 census (the former in Terrell County, Georgia and the later in Dougherty County, Georgia next door to his parents).I believe the John W. who married Nancy Nelson may have been descended from upstate South Carolina Goins/Goyens who resided in that area of SW Georgia around the time of his birth ( I recall an Allen and a Drury nearby). Finding that these were two different men thankfully clears up the pesky anomaly of a Columbia County man going across the state to get married and then returning to Columbia County to be counted in the following year’s census still living at home with his parents and without his new wife. According to other records including the Social Security application of their son, Joseph Cyrus Going, John W. Going(s) of Columbia County married Nancy Ryan– probably sometime around 1852, in Columbia County. This John W. Going(s) is also the man who later moved to Worth County, Georgia and married (2nd) Ellafair Massey. I list six children by John W.’s first marriage to Nancy Ryan and 5 children by his second marriage to Ellafair Massey. John died in 1918 and is buried at Smith Cemetery, along with Smith cousins and other relatives, in Colquitt County.

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