1794 Robert Going b. abt 1797 m. Mary

Robert Going b. abt 1794 m Mary

Parents: 

Daniel Going Sr b. abt 1748 m Jean

Children:

  • Jane Goin b. 1819 – 1825 Daniel Going Sr conveys 393 and 1/4 acres to Jane Goin and Daniel Goin (children of my son Robert Goin), 152 and 1/2 acres to Jevis Gibson, 386 and 1/2 acres to Daniel Goen Jr, 41 acres to Robert Goin, 386 and 3/4 acres to the children of my son William Goen decd (children Nancy Goen, Maria Goen, and Daniel Goen).
  • Daniel S Goin b. 1820 m Sarah – 1825 Daniel Going Sr conveys 393 and 1/4 acres to Jane Goin and Daniel Goin (children of my son Robert Goin), 152 and 1/2 acres to Jevis Gibson, 386 and 1/2 acres to Daniel Goen Jr, 41 acres to Robert Goin, 386 and 3/4 acres to the children of my son William Goen decd (children Nancy Goen, Maria Goen, and Daniel Goen). 1828 Mary Goin wife of Robert Goin relinquishes dower to Daniel Goens Fairfield Co SC

Siblings: 

  • Daniel Goin abt 1775
  • Margaret Goin 1780 m. Jarvis Gibson
  • Hugh Goin 1787
  • Polly Goin 1795 m. Benjamin Harrison
  • Robert Goin 1796
  • Nancy Goin 1797 m. John McCully is married by 1827 when he is at estate, and 1832 when he is noted in probate as Nancy’s husband. (in 1818 was m. to John Lavender when Daniel Going’s will was written)
  • William Goin 1798

States and Counties related:

FACTS and NOTES:

1814 Nov 28 – Sarah Hollis – (Applied to Probate Court) – Sarah Hollis – Appraisment and Sale – Probate (Court Minutes):
Executors: Burrell Hollis
Bond: Burrell Hollis, Jesse Hollis
Appraisers: John Wilson, William Going, John Hall, Thomas Hughes, David Lavender,
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Appraisers: Thomas HughesWilliam Going, John Hall
Sale Bill: Robert Going, William Colney, Nath Ford, Moses Hollis, B. Hollis, M. Hollis,
Fairfield Co, SC
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1820 Name: Robert Goins
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Fairfield, South Carolina
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons – Males – 16 thru 25: 1 (b. btw. 1795-1804)
Free White Persons – Females – Under 10: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 16 thru 25: 1 (b. btw. 1795-1804)
Slaves – Males – Under 14: 2
Number of Persons – Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons – Under 16: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total Slaves: 2
Total All Persons – White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 6

1825 Feb 19: Daniel Going Sen divided tract containing 393 and 1/4 acres in Fairfield on Horse Branch and Rocky Branch on waters of Wateree River part of a tract of 1000 acres originally granted to Archibald McNeel on Dec 4, 1771. Part of a tract of 100 acres originally granted to John Winn on July 21, 1775. The whole of a tract originally granted to James Gamble and part of a tract of 500 acres originally granted to James McCreight on July 7, 1788. Bounded by lands of Col Wm McCreight, land of children of Wm Goin decdDaniel Goin, David Aikins, Daniel Goin Sen, Jacob Martin, and Robt Neil. Daniel Goin senior of Fairfield conveys to Jane Goin and Daniel Goin (children of my son Robert Goin) 393 and 1/4 acres described above. Wits: M A M Leggo, Hugh S England. Signed: Daniel Goin sen. Proved up on July 1, 1836 by M A M Leggo. Recorded July 1, 1836. p. 195 Fairfield, South Carolina.

1825 Feb 26: Daniel Goen Sr conveys 393 and 1/4 acres to Daniel Goen Jr, orig part of a tract of 1000 acres granted to Archibald McNeel on Dec 4, 1771 and part of tract of 100 acres to John Winn, July 21, 1775, in Fairfield, on Horse Branch and Floods Branch, waters of Wateree River. Bounded by lands of Robert Goen, Hugh Goen, Daniel Goen, Daniel Aikin, David Aiken. Wits: M A M Leggo and Hugh L English. Signed: Daniel Goen, Sr. Proved up by M A M Leggo on March 5, 1825. pg 142 and 143. Fairfield County, South Carolina.

1825 Feb 26: Daniel Goin Sr planter of Fairfield conveys 41 acres to Robert Goin, part of a tract of 100 acres laid out to Isaac Arnage on May 20, 1765 on Wateree Creek, on waters of Wateree River, in Fairfield District. Wits: A Smith jr, David Smith jr. Signed Daniel Goin. p. 205. Fairfield County, South Carolina.

1826 Jan 29: Robert Goin planter of Fairfield conveys 41 acres to Daniel Goin Junior, part of a tract orig laid out to Isaac Arnage with 100 acres on May 20, 1765. On Wateree Creek, of Wateree River waters. Wits: A Smith Jr, David Smith, Jr. Signed: Robert Goin. Proved up by Aaron Smith on March 5, 1827. John Goins is JP. pg 120 to 121. Fairfield County, South Carolina.

1827 Robert Goen – Probate Court Minutes – Letters of Admin:
Hugh Goin appointed admin of Robert Goin decd estate
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1827 Robert Goen – Probate Court – Admin:
Bond for Hugh Goin, Daniel Goin, and John McCully to administer estate.
Appraise Order: Daniel Goin, John McCully, John M. Coleman, James Cason, John Ellison.
Wit: Nathaniel Ford, JP.
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1827 Robert Goin – Probate Court Mins – Appraisal and Sale:
Sale of Robert Goin estate – buyers: Robt W. Smith, Littleton Hollis, Jas. Guy, R. W. Smith, James Cockrell, Musco Boulware, R. W. Smith, Jarvis Gibson, Daniel Goin, John M. Coleman, Siwa Smith, Willaim Smith, James C Havis, Daniel Goin, Hugh Barkley, John McCully, Jas McGrady, Daniel Goin, Hugh Goin, Samuel Stone, Thos D. Peay, Nathl Ford, Mansel Hall, Mary Goin
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1827 Oct 8 – Daniel Gowen – Probate Court Minutes – Letters of Admin:
Wit: John R. Buchanan, Ordinary,
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1827 Daniel Goin – Probate Court Minutes – Will proved up:
Beloved wife Jean Goin, daughter Nancy, daugher Nancy Lavender and her son Daniel Lavender, son Hugh Goin, son Daniel Goin, daughter Polly Harrison, son William Goin, son Robert Goin, daughter Margaret Goin, daughter Nancy Goin, Jean Harrison granddaughter, daughters Margaret, Nancy and sons Hugh, Daniel, William, and Robert.
Wits: Armstead Goss, John Lavender, Samuel H. Taylor.
Wits: John Ford, Nathaniel Ford, James Yongue
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1827 Oct 8: Daniel Gowen deceased. Last will and testament was poven by Armated Goss, Daniel Gowen one of the executors duly qualified. p. 200. Fairfield County, South Carolina. 1827 Oct 8 – Daniel Gowen – Probate Court Minutes – Letters of Admin:
Wit: John R. Buchanan, Ordinary,
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1827 Daniel Goin – Probate Court Minutes – Will proved up:
Beloved wife Jean Goin, daughter Nancy, daugher Nancy Lavender and her son Daniel Lavender, son Hugh Goin, son Daniel Goin, daughter Polly Harrison, son William Goin, son Robert Goin, daughter Margaret Goin, daughter Nancy Goin, Jean Harrison granddaughter, daughters Margaret, Nancy and sons Hugh, Daniel, William, and Robert.
Wits: Armstead Goss, John Lavender, Samuel H. Taylor.
Wits: John Ford, Nathaniel Ford, James Yongue
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1827 Robert Goen – Probate Court Minutes – Letters of Admin:
Hugh Goin appointed admin of Robert Goin decd estate
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1827 Robert Goen – Probate Court – Admin:
Bond for Hugh Goin, Daniel Goin, and John McCully to administer estate.
Appraise Order: Daniel Goin, John McCully, John M. Coleman, James Cason, John Ellison.
Wit: Nathaniel Ford, JP.
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1827 Robert Goin – Probate Court Mins – Appraisal and Sale:
Sale of Robert Goin estate – buyers: Robt W. Smith, Littleton Hollis, Jas. Guy, R. W. Smith, James Cockrell, Musco Boulware, R. W. Smith, Jarvis Gibson, Daniel Goin, John M. Coleman, Siwa Smith, Willaim Smith, James C Havis, Daniel Goin, Hugh Barkley, John McCully, Jas McGrady, Daniel GoinHugh Goin, Samuel Stone, Thos D. Peay, Nathl Ford, Mansel Hall, Mary Goin
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1827 Robert Goen – Probate Court Minutes – Letters of Admin:
Hugh Goin appointed admin of Robert Goin decd estate
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1827 Robert Goen – Probate Court – Admin:
Bond for Hugh Goin, Daniel Goin, and John McCully to administer estate.
Appraise Order: Daniel Goin, John McCully, John M. Coleman, James Cason, John Ellison.
Wit: Nathaniel Ford, JP.
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1827 Robert Goin – Probate Court Mins – Appraisal and Sale:
Sale of Robert Goin estate – buyers: Robt W. Smith, Littleton Hollis, Jas. Guy, R. W. Smith, James Cockrell, Musco Boulware, R. W. Smith, Jarvis Gibson, Daniel Goin, John M. Coleman, Siwa Smith, Willaim Smith, James C Havis, Daniel Goin, Hugh Barkley, John McCully, Jas McGrady, Daniel Goin, Hugh Goin, Samuel Stone, Thos D. Peay, Nathl Ford, Mansel Hall, Mary Goin
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1828 Feb 9: Daniel Goin conveys 41 acres to William Moore, originally laid out to Isaac Arnage on May 20, 1765, on branch of Wateree Creek, waters of Wateree River, conveyed to Daniel Goin from Robert Goin on Jan 29, 1826. Wits: P Edwd Peareson, Rich T Nott. Signed: Daniel Goin. Proved up by Richard T Nott on Feb 18, 1828. pgs 495 to 496. Book HH. Fairfield Dist, South Carolina.

1828 March 7: Jane Goin, wife of Daniel Goin Sen, relinquish dower unto Robert Goin. Signed: Jane Goen. Wit: J W Hudson, JP. Recorded March 8, 1828. pg 495 Fairfield County, South Carolina.

1828 March 7: Mary Goin, wife of Robert Goin, relinquish dower to Daniel Goens. Signed: Mary Goen. Wit: J W Hudson. p 495. Fairfield County, South Carolina

1828 probate – will written in 1818 Jan: Daniel Gowens – Estate:
Estate: will, 1818, Fairfield, South Carolina, USA.  “Daniel Gowens” made his will in January 1818 in Fairfield County. There is no record of probate. It was recorded October 10, 1828 in Fairfield County. Named were his wife Jean and his seven children: Hugh, Daniel, William, Robert, Margaret, Nancy, and Polly, according to Fairfield County Will Book 5, page 231.
The will read:
Will of Daniel Gowens
In the Name of God, Amen, I, Daniel Gowens, of the State of South Carolina and District of Fairfield, being in Sound Mine and Memory, but in a Weak State of health, Knowing that is is appointed for all Men to die, do Make and ordain this my last Will and Testament.
My Body I recommend to the Dust, and my Soul I resign to God when it shall please him to take me to himself by Death, in hopes of a Glorious Immortality beyond the Grave Through Jesus Christ.
And as to what worldly property or Eftate I have been blefsed in this life, I will and dispofe of the Same in Manner following–That is to Say–
First, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Gean Gowen one Negroe Man named Will and Three Netroe Girls named Patts, big Rachel and Jude; Will and Patts, during her natural Life, and to be difpofed of by her at Death; Big Rachel & Jude, during her natural Life, and to defcend to my Daughter Nancy at her Death; alfo two horses, two Milch Cows and Calves and ten Hogs, the Choice of my Stock, with her wearing apparel, and the whole of my household and Kitcheon Furniture of every kind and description, except what may be herein particularly devised during her Natural Life; also it is my Will that my Said Wife Jean, should occupy and pofsefs the Land and House and Improvements whereon I now live, being a plantation of one hundred acres, purchafed from Daniel Carns, during her natural life for her use and behoof [benefit].
Second, I give and bequeath to Daniel Lavender, Son of my Daughter Nancy Lavender, one Negroe Boy named Isaac, to him and his Heirs forever.
Third, I give and bequeath to my son Hugh Gowens, one Negroe fellow named Sam, and one Negroe fellow named Tom Minnit, one Negroe Wench named Lydy and one Negro Boy named Osmon; also a plantation of Four hundred and ten acres of Land, to be laid off from a Tract of one thoufand acres purchased from McNeel, on that side [of] Said Tract where Hugh now lives, and has improved; also one still, containing forty Gallons and five stands–the whole to him and his heirs forever.
Fourth, I give and bequeath to my Son Daniel Gowens one Negroe Girl name Cloe, one Negroe fellow named Tom Jones, one Negro Boy named Peter and one Negroe Woman named little Rachel; one Cow and Calf; also a plantation of four hundred and ten acres of land, composed of the Tract of one hundred Acres, the land I now live on, to descend to him after the Death of my Wife Jean Gowens, and of three hundred and ten Acres to be laid off from McNeels Tract, on the Side adjoining the Said one hundred Acres; also one Still, containing eighty-four gallons and five Stands; the whole to him and his Heirs forever.
Fifth, I give and bequeath to my Daughter Polly Harrison, one Negroe Woman named Amey, one Negroe Boy named Ephraim and one Negroe Woman named Dinar and one hundred acres of Land adjoining the Mill Tract, whereon they now live, to the said Polly Harrison and the Heirs of her body forever.
Sixth, I give and bequeath to my son William Gowens, one Negroe Girl name Suckey, one Negroe Boy named Charles, one Negroe Girl named Lelwency, and Negroe Girl named Eaftor; alfo a plantation of four hundred and ten acres of Land composed of one hundred Acres which I purchased of Thomson and one hundred and forty Acres which I purchased of John Harvey, and one hundred and Seventy Acres to be laid off McNeels Tract aforesaid on that side adjoining the said Thompsons and Harveys Tracts, the whole to him and his heirs forever.
Seventh, I give and bequeath to my son Robert Gowens one Negroe Boy named Jack, one Negroe Girl named Sophy and her Increafe, one Negroe Boy named Dave and one Negroe Boy named Buck; one Cow and Calf; also, a plantation of Four hundred and ten Acres of Land, composed of a Tract of Three hundred Acres purchafed of James McMullen, and one hundred and ten Acres, the Ballance of McNeels Tract aforesaid; the whole to him and his Heirs forever.
Eighth, I give and bequeath to my Daughter Margaret Gowens, one Negroe Boy named Andrew, one Negroe Boy named Prince, on Negro Woman named Grace and Negroe Boy named George; also one hundred acres Acres of Land, called Shippers place to her and the Heirs of her Body forever.
Ninth, I give and bequeath to my Daughter Nancy Gowens, one Negroe Boy namd Tom, and one Negroe fellow named William to her and her bodily heirs forever, and one Negroe Girl named July, and one Nigroe Girl named Big Rachel to defcend to her, after the death of my Wife Jean; one feather Bed & Furniture, one Horfe Bridle & Saddle; two Cows and Calves; and alfo one hundred Acres of Land, called Ferrals place; the whole to her and the Heirs of her Body forever.
Tenth, I give and bequeath to Jean Harrison, Daughter of Polly Harrison one Negroe Girl, named Mary to her and her Heirs forever.
Eleventh, I give and bequeath to my two Sons, William and Robert Gowens, twenty-five Acres of Land, around where the Mill stands, with the Mill theron and one Negroe Fellow named Bob who attends the Said Mill, to be Theirs in equal Right and their Heirs forever.
Twelfth, It is my will that the Residue of my personal Property of whatsoever kind or Species not hereby bequeathed of devifed, and of which I die pofsefsed should be sold and the proceeds thereof, disposed of in the following manner Viz: one hundred Dollars thereof to be given to each of my Daughters Margaret and Nancy, and the Ballance to be equally divided between my Seven Children, Hugh, Danaiel, William, Robert, Margaret and Nancy and Polly.
Lastly, I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint, my beloved Wife Jean Gowens, my son Daniel Gowens and my Trusty Friend Samuel Whorter Yongue, Executrix and Executors of this my last Will and Testament, revoking and disannulling all other Wills and Testaments heretofore by me made, and confirming this and one other to be my last Will and Teftament.
In Witnefs Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and affixed my Seal this —- day of January in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, and in the forty-Second year of American Independence.
Signed, Sealed, Published and
Declared in presence of us
Armsted Goss, Daniel Gowens, John Lavender, Saml H. Taylor
Fairfield Co, SC

(Family of Daniel Gowen based on 1818 will:

Wife: Jean (Gean) Gowen

Children:

Hugh Gowen – son,
Daniel Gowen – son,
William Gowen – son,
Robert Gowen – son,
Margaret Gowen – daughter,
Nancy Gowen – daughter, and
Polly Gowen – daughter (married Harrison) – Jean Harrison – granddaughter

1831 Daniel Goin – Probate Court Minutes:
1831 Robert Goin – Probate Court Minutes:
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Fairfield Co, SC

1832 Sept 11 –
Frame 131-1832 #5 – Bill of Compliant- Filed September 11,1832
John McCully and wife
vs.
Jane Gowens
Daniel Gowens-died in 1827-Will on Frame 135
Jane Gowens-widow-living in Georgia
Nancy Gowens-daughter-married John Lavender
Daniel Lavender-son
Hugh Gowens-son
Daniel Gowens-son
Polly Gowens-daughter-married Benjamin Harrison-living in Georgia
Jean Harrison-daughter
William Gowens-son
Robert Gowens-son
Margaret Gowens-daughter
Nancy Gowens-daughter-married John McCully
Nancy is listed as Nancy Lavender in Daniel’s Will and Nancy McCully in the Bill of Complaint.
Equity Court Decrees – 1832
Film No 4706 – Fairfield Co, SC
South Carolina State Archives Box – FA77
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR4-99MW-Y?i=142&cat=437262

1834 July 12 –
Frame 265 -1834 #3 – Petition for Guardianship – Filed July 12,1834
Daniel Goin appointed guardian of Jane Goin-age 15 and Daniel Goin-age 14.
Daniel Goin was their uncle; their father was Robert Goin.
Equity Court Decrees – 1834
Film No JR 4707 – Fairfield Co, SC
South Carolina Archive Box – FA 78
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR8-K9SL?i=274&cat=437262

1834 – 3 – Jane Goen and Daniel Goen ex parte – petition for guardianship.
… minors are entitled 393 and 1/4 acres land by deed from grandfather Col Moore. The land of which they are entitled is worth $5 per acre. … Wit is well acquainted with Daniel Goin the uncle of petitioners, he is a very suitable person to become the guardian of the applicants, a prudent sober man…Signed: David McDowall.
… The minors are entitled to five or six hundred dollars each from their fathers estate.
Daniel Goin is a fit person to become guardian of the applicants. July 11, 1834.
… Commission rept on July 12, 1834 … minors are entitled to about $3000 dollars and that their uncle Daniel Goin is a very suitable person to be appointed their guardian …
… Jane Goin being about 15 years of age… Daniel Goin …. of 14 years of age … they are entitled to some property both real and personal from their father Robert Goin decd, who died intestate … and to some real estate by deed from their grandfather Daniel Goin Sr also decd. … that they have no guardian and their interests require that they should have one. Signed: Jane Goin, Daniel S Goin. Wit: D. McDowell.
(Case): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR8-K9SL?i=274&cat=437262

1846 – 6- Daniel Goin and Gervais Gibson ads. James Barber admr and John McMaster bill.
James Barber admr of John G Barber decd, and John McMaster v. Daniel Goin and Gervais Gibson. Bill for Disc. acct and releif.
… orator James Barber administrator of … John G Barber decd and orator John McMaster, that Gervais Gibson … being possessed of several negro slaves …. and a valuable plantation in said District …. he contracted a debt with the said John G Barber decd lat of the District and State aforesaid … for $670 dollars and 73 cents…. and also a debt with your orator the said John McMaster for $112 dollars and 87 cents … on April 30, 1841 confessed judgment to the said John G Barber… and on 1st Jan 1841 to the said John McMaster …
… one Daniel Goin of the District and State aforesaid took into his possession… said negros … (Nathan, Fanny, and her 2 children…)… disposed of them to one Isaac Hughes from whom the said Daniel Goin received a large sum of money …. orators …. asked Daniel Goin … to give up said negroes to be sold …. and to sate to your orators and show what the nature of his pretended claim to said negroes was… that he at one time stated that he had a lien upon them for 400 or 450 dollars, and at another time said that he had purchased them originallly and had sold them to the said Gervais Gibson … but that the said Gervais Gibson had not paid him the sum… Daniel Goin absolutely refused to make any other showing of title ….
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR8-XS8K-T?i=44&cat=437262
(Case): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR8-J9DX-P?i=83&cat=437262
Answer of Gervais Gibson:
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSR8-J9DV-7?i=88&cat=437262
Judgment of Court:
1845 July … against Daniel Goin … admission of the defendant Daniel Goin... 3 negroes taken from the possession of Gibson by Goin and were subsequently sold by Goin to Hughes and McClintock … taken away … beyond the limits of the State ….
… Daniel Goin testifies that these negroes were originally part of the Estate of Robert Goin decd, that his estate was sold in 1828 at which sale he the defendant became the purchaser of these negroes in dispute, that Gibson had married his sister, and … he Goin was desirous that his sister should have the use of the negroes and proposed to Gibson that they should go into his possession and remain there, and when he paid for them, they shold become his property, but, until paid for, they should be Goins property, that under this arrangement took and held them, that he never paid for them, and, in the Spring of 1843, he Goin, took possession of, and sold them, as has been related…
… McGrady testimony confirms Goins’ account… McGrady was at the time living with Daniel Goin and had been living with him for 2 years past at the time of Robert Goins’ sale …
… Peter Reed’s account in the matter is … Goin bid of the negroes, but afterwards said … that Gibson replied they were just such as he wanted and then Goin said … can have them if you will pay for them….
… There is no evidence whatever that Daniel Goin paid for the negroes to the representative of Robert Goin decd..no bill of sale, or other evidece of title… nothing but that he bid off the negroes, and transferrred his bid to Gervais Gibson…. Goin transferred his bid to Gibson who became the purchaser instead of himself … this is confirmed by the return of Hugh Goin, admr of Robt Goin decd, … on Nov 5, 1828 by which it appeared that Gervais Gibson was the purchaser of the negroes at the sale of the intestates estate….
…the conclusion is that the defendant, Daniel Goin, has been the means of removing these slaves beyond the reach of the liens which bound them here, and with a view to defeat those liens … will render him accountable for what he received for the property … in order that the same may be applied to the executions here… Costs to be paid by the Defendant Daniel Goin
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1849 Nov 26 – State of South Carolina, Fairfield District:
In the Court of Ordinary To Hugh Goin and Daniel Goin.
Whereas certain causes have been shown to me by Daniel S. Goin by his petitioner, filed in my office on the 26th day of November instant,that make it necessary that Hugh Goin Administrator of the Estate of Robert Goin be required to account before me, for his actings and doings as Administrator of said Estate, – You the said Hugh Goin and Daniel Goin are therefore required to appear at Fairfield County Court House in the Ordinary Office on Friday the 1st day of March, 1850, in order to render a true account upon the said Estate and show cause if any you can, why the prayer(?) of the petitioner should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 26 day of November, 1849. I. S. Stewart
Notations:
Daniel S. Goin is 29 in 1849.
In a Mar 1, 1850 Court of Ordinary record, it disclosed that Daniel Gowen was appointed guardian of Daniel S. Goin, however, the date of the appointment was not given: “In the ??? of Robert Goin Estate, Office in Evidence – Order of the Court of Equity, appointing Daniel Goin Guardian of Daniel S. Goin.

1850 March 20: State of South Carolina, Fairfield District:
Daniel S. Goin makes oath that the above is a true and just schedule of the whole of his Estate sworn before me: Whereupon and after due notice, Daniel S. Goin made an ……………….The defendant John McCully therefore submits to this honorable court that according to his oath of this plaintiff Daniel S. Goin himself, as above set forth, he the said Daniel S. Goin must have received payment of his distribution share of the Estate of his father, Robert Goin deceased, some time between the 11th Sept 1838 and 28th Nov 1844 and all the facts and circumstances of the case tend to corroborate this conclusion there not being a particle of testamony to the contrary. This decree of the Ordinary brought therefore to have been for the defendants. Because the plaintiff Daniel S. Goin by his own acts and conduct, induced the deft. John McCully who is merely a security and subtitled to the favorable consideration of the court to believe that nothing was due to said plaintiff on account of the Estate of said Robert Goin dec’d that had been paid in full prior to the 28th Nov 1844; and induced said John McCully under that belief…………………March 20, 1850.
Resource: Fairfield County, South Carolina, Will Bk H, Vol 10, 1825-1828, Film # JR. 4767 South Carolina, p. 242 & 243. (Courtesy of Ancestry)
Notations:
The only known issue of Robert and Mary Goin is Daniel S. Goin.
Based on the mid-1850s Georgia census records, there was a Robert Goen/Goin (b. 1814 in SC) who resided in Butts County; however, a male born in 1814 was not listed on the 1820 census household of Robert Goin in Fairfield Co, SC, just two daughters under 10. Perhaps the Robert Goen of Butts County belonged to one of Robert‘s brothers.