1799 Wiley Williamson Goynes died 1877 in Live Oak, Tx.

was married May 9, 1822 to Martha Brister.  Wiley Williamson Goynes died April 7, 1877 and was buried in Goynes Cemetery in Live Oak County.

Parents:

James Goyne b. 1755 and Mary Goyne

Children: 

Susan Goynes born February 3, 1825
William M. Goynes born in 1829
Daniel F. Goynes born in 1831
James B. Goynes born in 1837
Wiley Williamson Goynes, Jr. born in 1839
Augustus Sanders Goynes born June 30, 1840
David D. Goynes born about 1844
Sarah “Sallie” Goynes born in 1849

Siblings:

Children born to James Goyne and Mary Goyne include:

John Goyne                                                        born July 5, 1776
Sarah Goyne                                                      born about 1789

Children born to James Goyne and Heather O’Brien Goyne are believed to include:

James Goins                                                     born about 1793
Wiley Williamson Goynes                           born December 2, 1799

SOURCES and FACTS:

See News Article:

News Article about Susan Goynes Dickerson

In 1905 her photograph was printed in connection with a newspaper article about her life:

“The above is a likeness of Mrs. Susan Dickerson of La Para, Texas who has had relatives in every war in which the United States have been involved, and what is more remarkable, she has seen every one of them.  Mrs. Dickerson is now in her eightieth year.

In the Revolutionary War her grandfather, James Goynes and his four brothers served.  In the War of 1812 her uncle, John Goynes and her mother’s brother, Zidiah Brister served.

In the Texas Revolution two of her uncles, Dan and William Brister served.  In the Mexican War she had a husband, James Augustus Tindol and a brother Daniel Goynes.

In the Civil War she had a husband John S. Dickerson who was wounded at Vicksburg, which subsequently caused his death and a son, Ben F. Tindol and six of her brothers.

In the Spanish-American War she had a nephew W. W. Goynes, Jr.

She was born in Lawrence County, Mississippi February 3, 1825; moved with her father W. W. Goynes, Sr. to Kemper County in 1833; married James Augustus Tindol in 1839 and moved to Louisiana in 1849.  Tindol died the year they went to Louisiana.  In 1852, she was married to F. A. Bolgiano; was divorced from him in 1859 and married J. S. Dickerson in 1860.  She moved to Texas in 1856 and back to Louisiana in 1858 and back to Texas in 1865 where she has resided ever since.

By James Augustus Tindol she had three sons, Ben F. Tindol, Dick Tindol and G. W. Tindol.  By Francis A. Bolgiano she had two daughters, Mrs. S. E. Ferrell and Mrs. Mattie C. Brister.  By J. S. Dickerson she had a son, J. J. Dickerson and a daughter, Mrs. Dollie Maxwell.

She has twenty-five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.  She has been a member of the Baptist Church for forty-five years.  She now lives at La Para in Live Oak County with Mrs. C. W. Maxwell, her youngest daughter.  She now draws a Confederate pen­sion of $2.16 per month.”

Margaret Frances Goynes Olson wrote March 17, 2001 to report some errors in the newspaper account

“I am writing to explain some of the typographical errors in the newspaper article about Susan Goynes Tindol Dickerson.

She was born in 1825, so, she could not have meant “her” brothers served in the Revolutionary War, but it should have been the brothers of James Goyne, her grandfather.

Also, the newspaper spelled her maiden name as Gay-nes, but it has always been spelled Goynes along with every person who descended from Wiley Williamson Goynes.  His father’s spelling was Goyne, but, it ap-pears to me that every one of the men, up to that time, changed the spelling of their name in some way, when-ever they were married.  The “A” should be “O”.

My Grandmother, Ellen E. McMurray-Goynes death record is listed in the Texas State Archives as Gaynes, but, that is the only place I have found it misspelled.  Her husband’s tombstone is Goynes.

The Tindol name was also misspelled in the article.  George Washington Tindol is the correct spelling.

When she listed her daughters as Mrs. S. E. Ferrell, she was using the initials of her daughters maiden name, Sarah Ella Bolgiano-Ferrell, not C. Bynum Ferrell who she married last.  Then Mrs. Mattie C. Brister was Mat-tie C. Bolgiano Brister, wife of Yancy G. Brister.  Mat-tie and Yancy were cousins.”

(Below is a copy of the article:

The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 54, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 29, 1904, newspaper, May 29, 1904; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth602907/m1/28/?q=%22Houston%20Post%22: accessed March 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .
https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth602907/m1/28/?q=%22Houston%20Post%22

Susan Goynes Tindol Bolgiano Dickerson died after 1905.

http://mv.ancestry.com/viewer/ce79a99a-9956-4734-9ea3-24b2703a86aa/69705632/34229170814?_phsrc=WLx45&usePUBJs=true

The following information is from the Gowen Manuscript: (I just copied and pasted – so if there are errors, let me know).  

Wiley Williamson Goyne, son of James Goyne and Heather O’Brien Goyne, was born December 2, 1799, probably in Georgia, according to the research of Margaret Frances Goynes Olson. His family removed to Calcasieu, Louisiana by 1810. In 1817 they lived in Hinds County, Mississippi “Wiley Goings” was married May 9, 1822 to Martha Brister, according to Lawrence County, Mississippi marriage records. She was born in Kentucky about 1804. When Copiah County was formed from Hinds County in 1823 Wiley Williamson Goyne was located in the new county.

He appeared in the 1823 tax list of Copiah County, Mississippi along with his brother, John Goyne.

“Wiley Goynes” appeared as the head of a household in the 1830 census of adjoining Lawrence County:

“Goynes, Wiley white male 20-40
white female 20-40
white male 0-10
white male 0-10
white female 0-10
white female over 60”

Wiley Williamson Goynes had removed from Lawrence County to Kemper District, Mississippi on the Alabama state line by the time of the 1840 census. Four members of the family were engaged in agriculture. In that year his household was listed on page 6 as:

“Goynes, Wiley white male 40-50
white female 30-40
white male 10-15
white female 10-15
white male 5-10
white female 5-10
white male 0-5
white male 0-5
white female 0-5”

Amos Goynes, a farmer also appeared as the head of a house­hold in the 1840 census of Kemper County page 6. The family was enumerated as:

“Goynes, Amos white male 50-60
white female 40-50
white male 15-20
white male 15-20
white male 10-15
white female 5-10
white female 5-10
white male 5-10”

Later Wiley Williamson Goynes removed to Texas and settled in Live Oak County.

He wrote his will there August 1, 1875, according to Live Oak County Will Book 1:

“Know all men by these presents that I Wiley Williamson Goynes, being a resident citizen of Live Oak County in the State of Texas upwards of twenty one years of age, of sound mind and in full possession of all mental faculties; yet in view of the uncertainties of human life, do make this my last will and testament:

First, it is my will that all property, both real and per­sonal that I may own or possess at the time of my death shall vest in my beloved wife Martha Goynes for and during her natural life.

Second, I will and bequeath to my beloved son Augus­tus Sanders Goynes my homestead, being one hundred and sixty acres of land situated in Live Oak County in the State of Texas and a part of the Bridget Fadden League, subject however to the life estate of my wife Martha, and it is my will that this bequest shall not take effect until her decease.

Third, it is my will that all other property of which I may be possessed of at my death or to the possession of which I may be lawfully entitled shall after the death of my said wife Martha be equally div divided between my beloved son William Goynes and my beloved daughter Susan Dickerson.

In testimony of which I hereunto assign my name and affix my scroll for seal in the presence of S. S. Mapes and J. F. Leisering this the First day of August in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-five.

Witness: Wiley W. Goynes
S. S. Mapes
J. F. Leisering”

Wiley Williamson Goynes died April 7, 1877 and was buried in Goynes Cemetery in Live Oak County. “Martha Goynes, age 74” appeared in the 1880 census of Live Oak County liv­ing in the home of her son-in-law, John S. Dickerson.

Children born to them include:

Susan Goynes born February 3, 1825
William M. Goynes born in 1829
Daniel F. Goynes born in 1831
James B. Goynes born in 1837
Wiley Williamson Goynes, Jr. born in 1839
Augustus Sanders Goynes born June 30, 1840
David D. Goynes born about 1844
Sarah “Sallie” Goynes born in 1849

Susan Goynes, daughter of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born February 3, 1825 in Missis­sippi. She was married about 1845 to James Augustus W. Tindol. Later she was remarried to F. A. Bolgiano. She was married a third time to John S. Dickerson.

They were enumerated in the 1880 census of Live Oak County:

Dickerson, John S. 60
Susan 55, born in MS
James J. 13, born in TX
Goynes, Martha 74, born in KY, mother-in-law”

In 1905 her photograph was printed in connection with a newspaper article about her life:

“The above is a likeness of Mrs. Susan Dickerson of La Para, Texas who has had relatives in every war in which the United States have been involved, and what is more remarkable, she has seen every one of them. Mrs. Dickerson is now in her eightieth year.

In the Revolutionary War her grandfather, James Goynes and his four brothers served. In the War of 1812 her uncle, John Goynes and her mother’s brother, Zidiah Brister served.

In the Texas Revolution two of her uncles, Dan and William Brister served. In the Mexican War she had a husband, James Augustus Tindol and a brother Daniel Goynes.

In the Civil War she had a husband John S. Dickerson who was wounded at Vicksburg, which subsequently caused his death and a son, Ben F. Tindol and six of her brothers.

In the Spanish-American War she had a nephew W. W. Goynes, Jr.

She was born in Lawrence County, Mississippi February 3, 1825; moved with her father W. W. Goynes, Sr. to Kemper County in 1833; married James Augustus Tindol in 1839 and moved to Louisiana in 1849. Tindol died the year they went to Louisiana. In 1852, she was married to F. A. Bolgiano; was divorced from him in 1859 and married J. S. Dickerson in 1860. She moved to Texas in 1856 and back to Louisiana in 1858 and back to Texas in 1865 where she has resided ever since.

By James Augustus Tindol she had three sons, Ben F. Tindol, Dick Tindol and G. W. Tindol. By Francis A. Bolgiano she had two daughters, Mrs. S. E. Ferrell and Mrs. Mattie C. Brister. By J. S. Dickerson she had a son, J. J. Dickerson and a daughter, Mrs. Dollie Maxwell.

She has twenty-five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She has been a member of the Baptist Church for forty-five years. She now lives at La Para in Live Oak County with Mrs. C. W. Maxwell, her youngest daughter. She now draws a Confederate pen­sion of $2.16 per month.”

Margaret Frances Goynes Olson wrote March 17, 2001 to report some errors in the newspaper account

“I am writing to explain some of the typographical errors in the newspaper article about Susan Goynes Tindol Dickerson.

She was born in 1825, so, she could not have meant “her” brothers served in the Revolutionary War, but it should have been the brothers of James Goyne, her grandfather.

Also, the newspaper spelled her maiden name as Gay-nes, but it has always been spelled Goynes along with every person who descended from Wiley Williamson Goynes. His father’s spelling was Goyne, but, it ap-pears to me that every one of the men, up to that time, changed the spelling of their name in some way, when-ever they were married. The “A” should be “O”.

My Grandmother, Ellen E. McMurray-Goynes death record is listed in the Texas State Archives as Gaynes, but, that is the only place I have found it misspelled. Her husband’s tombstone is Goynes.

The Tindol name was also misspelled in the article. George Washington Tindol is the correct spelling.

When she listed her daughters as Mrs. S. E. Ferrell, she was using the initials of her daughters maiden name, Sarah Ella Bolgiano-Ferrell, not C. Bynum Ferrell who she married last. Then Mrs. Mattie C. Brister was Mat-tie C. Bolgiano Brister, wife of Yancy G. Brister. Mat-tie and Yancy were cousins.”

Susan Goynes Tindol Bolgiano Dickerson died after 1905.

Children born to James Augustus Tindol and Susan Goynes Tindol include:

Benjamin Franklin Tindol born about 1842
Richard Tindol born about 1845
George Washington Tindol born about 1850

Children born to F. J. Bolgiano and Susan Goynes Tindol Bol­giano include two daughters:

Mattie Cordelia Bolgiano born about 1854
Sarah Ellen Bolgiano born about 1857

Children born to John S. Dickerson and Susan Goynes Tin­dol Bolgiano Dickerson include:

James J. Dickerson born about 1867
Dollie Dickerson born about 1870

George Washington Tindol, son of James Augustus Tindol and Susan Goynes Tindol, was born about 1850: He was married to his cousin, Susie A. Brister about 1873. They were enumerated in the 1880 census:

“Tindol, George W. 30
Susie A. 28
Mary J. 5
Bankhead, Martha 5

Mary J. Tindol, daughter of George Washington Tindol and Susie A. Brister Tindol, was born about 1875. She was mar­ried about 1894 to Jeff Ponder.

Sarah Ellen Bolgiano, daughter of F. J. Bolgiano and Susan Goynes Tindol Bolgiano, was born about 1857. She was mar­ried about 1875 to James Brister. Later she was remarried to Bynum Ferrell. They lived in Live Oak County in 1905.

Mattie Cordelia Bolgiano, daughter of F. J. Bolgiano and Su­san Goynes Tindol Bolgiano, was born about 1854. She was mar­ried about 1875 to Yancy Goodall Brister. Later she was re­married, husband’s name Maxwell. In 1905 they continued in Live Oak County.

Children born to them include:

Maude Brister born about 1876
Addie Mae Brister born about 1878
Susan Pearl Brister born about 1880
Mattie Ella Brister born about 1883
Cora Brister born about 1885
Dollie Cordelia Brister born about 1888
Minnie Ollie Brister born about 1892
Ben Brister born about 1896
Ivy Belle Brister born about 1900

James J. Dickerson, son of John S. Dickerson and Susan Goynes Tindol Bolgiano Dickerson, was born about 1867 in Live Oak County. He was married about 1881 to Ruth Maxwell, sister to C. W. Maxwell, according to Margaret Frances Goynes Olson .

Dollie Dickerson, daughter of John S. Dickerson and Susan Goynes Tindol Bolgiano Dickerson, was born about 1870 in Live Oak County. She was married to C. W. Maxwell about 1889. In 1905 they lived at La Para.

William M. Goynes, son of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born in Mississippi in 1829. Dur­ing the Civil War he served in a company of engineers. He was a prisoner of war and was paroled at Alexandria, Louisiana June 7, 1865 and returned to his home in Rapides Parish. He was married May 26, 1870 to Mrs. Mary Augusta Dolan O’Rielly, widow of Charles O’Rielly who died November 1, 1868. She was born in County Leitrim, Ireland March 12, 1844.

She died December 29, 1881. William M. Goynes died Febru­ary 11, 1902 and was buried in Goynes Cemetery in Live Oak County.

They were enumerated in the 1880 census of Live Oak County, Gussettville community, precinct 2, Enumeration District 101, page 50:

“Goynes, William 52, born in Mississippi
Mary A. 38, born in Ireland
Mary 12, born in Texas
Augustus T. 9, born in Texas
Sarah B. 7, born in Texas
Margaret C. 5, born in Texas
James L.[?] 3, born in Texas
William W. 6/12 born in Texas”

Children born to William M. Goynes and Mary Augusta Dolan O’Reilly Goynes include:

Augustus Peter “Gus” Goynes born March 10, 1871
Sarah Bridget Goynes born January 10, 1873
Margaret Cecilia Goynes born December 31, 1874
James Irvin Goynes born April 3, 1877
William W. Goynes born about 1880
Charles A. Goynes born December 8, 1881

Augustus Peter “Gus” Goynes, son of William M. Goynes and Mary Augusta Dolan O’Reilly Goynes, was born March 10, 1871 at Oakville, Texas. He was enumerated as a nine-year-old in the 1880 census of his father’s household. He was married January 11, 1899 to Dorothy “Dot” Goynes, a cousin. She was a daughter of Augustus S. Goynes and Ellen Mc­Murray Goynes. Augustus Peter “Gus” Goynes was bitten by a rat­tlesnake on his ranch in Live Oak County, Texas and died Oc­tober 12, 1922. Afterward Dorothy “Dot” Goynes Goynes made her home with her daughter, Alberta “Bertie” Goynes Peebles.

Children born to Augustus Peter “Gus” Goynes and Dorothy “Dot” Goynes Goynes include:

Alberta “Bertie” Goynes born September 25, 1900
James Ervin Goynes born about 1903
Augustus Norman Goynes born December 5, 1906

Alberta “Bertie” Goynes, daughter of Augustus Peter “Gus” Goynes and Dorothy “Dot” Goynes Goynes, was born Septem­ber 25, 1900 in Live Oak County. She was married February 28, 1921 to James Peebles who was born 12, 1894 in Liv­ingston, Texas. They removed to San Antonio, Texas and in 1948 moved to Mission, Texas where he was employed by County of Hidalgo. She worked for HEB Grocery Co. . He died there March 26, 1963, and she removed to Harlingen, Texas. Later she removed to Scroggin, Texas along with her daughter and son-in-law. Alberta “Bertie” Goynes Peebles died there December 8, 1980.

Children born to James Peebles and Alberta “Bertie” Goynes Peebles include:

Thalma Mae Peebles born December 15, 1925

Thalma Mae Peebles, daughter of James Peebles and Al­berta “Bertie” Goynes Peebles, was born December 15, 1925. She was married March 3, 1954 to Jonnie Leon Benton as his sec­ond wife. He was a son of Elbert Lee Benton and Mary Alice Jordan Benton. In 1980 they lived at Scroggin.

James Ervin Goynes, son of Augustus Peter “Gus” Goynes and Dorothy “Dot” Goynes Goynes, was born about 1903. He was killed as a teenager in the explosion of a cotton gin.

Augustus Norman Goynes, son of Augustus Peter “Gus” Goynes and Dorothy “Dot” Goynes Goynes, was born De­cember 5, 1906. He was married about 1938 to Lucille Humphries who was born January 24, 1919. He died De­cember 10, 1964.

Children born to Augustus Norman Goynes and Lucille Humphries Goynes include:

William Dale Goynes born January 20, 1940
Augustus Norman Goynes, Jr. born August 20, 1942

William Dale Goynes, son of Augustus Norman Goynes and Lucille Humphries Goynes, was born January 20, 1940. He drowned August 7, 1960.

Augustus Norman Goynes, Jr, son of Augustus Norman Goynes and Lucille Humphries Goynes, was born August 20, 1942. He was married about 1965 to Shirley Kay Wright who was born August 23, 1946. Shirley Kay Wright Goynes died November 1, 1979.

They adopted a daughter:

Janice Jo Pullin Goynes born about 1970

Sarah Bridget Goynes, daughter of William M. Goynes and Mary A. Dolan O’Rielly Goynes, was born January 10, 1873. She ap­peared at age seven in her father’s household in the 1880 census. She was married July 28, 1893 to Robert Bynum “Bennie” Ferrell, Jr. She died September 2, 1896

Two daughters were born to them:

Mary F. Ferrell born about 1894
Cora Bell Ferrell born about 1896

Margaret Cecilia Goynes, daughter of William M. Goynes and Mary Augusta Dolan O’Reilly Goynes, was born De­cember 31, 1874. She was married September 25, 1894 to L. Alex McKin­ney.

Children born to them include:

Mabel McKinney born about 1895
Lorena McKinney born about 1898
St. Elmo McKinney born about 1902

James Irvin Goynes, son of William M. Goynes and Mary Au­gusta Dolan O’Reilly Goynes, was born April 3, 1877. He was recorded as a three-year-old in the 1880 census of Live Oak County. He was married May 5, 1902 to Laura A. James, sister to Guy James, according to Margaret Frances Goynes Olson. Laura A. James Goynes and her baby died in childbirth in 1904. He died April 12, 1948 and was buried in Gussettville Ceme­tery.

William W. Goynes, son of William M. Goynes and Mary Au­gusta Dolan O’Reilly Goynes, was born about 1880. He lost a leg in the Spanish-American War. He was fitted with a pegleg, attended Baylor University and became a preacher. Margaret Frances Goynes Olson suggests that he removed to Chicago, Illinois. He was buried in Veterans Cemetery in San Diego, California.

Charles A. Goynes, son of William M. Goynes and Mary Au­gusta Dolan O’Reilly Goynes, was born December 8, 1881. He died January 3, 1882.

Daniel F. Goynes, son of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born in 1831 in Mississippi. He, “a mechanic, single” enlisted at age 30, August 2, 1861 in New Orleans in Co. B, First Louisiana [Nelligan’s] Infantry Regi­ment. He lost a leg in the Battle of Gettysburg [Battle of King’s School House June 25, 1862] and was hospitalized at Rich­mond, Virginia. He was discharged from the army June 25, 1862. He died in January 1863.

James B. Goynes, son of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born in 1837 in Mississippi. He, “a mechanic,” unmarried, from Huddleston, Louisiana was enlisted at age 24 August 2, 1861, along with his younger brother, Augustus Sanders Goynes in Company B, First Louisiana [Nelligan’s] Infantry Regiment at New Orleans. He was discharged February 17, 1862 “for disability.” He was recovered by January 1863 and joined his younger brother, David D. Goynes in enlisting in Company G, Second Louisiana Cavalry Regiment. His name appeared on a list of prisoners of war paroled at Alexandria June 3, 1865. He was killed in Camp­bellton, Texas by M. L. Peavey.

Wiley Williamson Goynes, Jr, son of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born in Mississippi in 1839. He enlisted in Co. B, First Louisiana Infantry Regi­ment. He was killed May 11, 1864 in a battle near Lynch­burg, Vir­ginia. He was buried in Lynchburg Cemetery, ac­cording to “Behind the Old Brick Wall” by Evelyn Lee Moore.

Augustus Sanders Goynes, son of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born June 30, 1840 at DeKalb, Mississippi in Kemper County, according to the re­search of Margaret Frances Goynes Olson, a granddaughter of Kingsville, Texas. He, an unmarried farmer, was enlisted at age 18 in Company B, First Louisiana [Nelligan’s] Infantry Regiment in New Orleans August 2, 1861. His military record states that he was in the hospital at Staunton, Virginia in April 1863.

His regiment, under Gen. Robert E. Lee, was surrendered and paroled at Appommattox Courthouse April 10, 1865. On being discharged he returned to his home in Rapides Parish, Louisiana. He was married February 16, 1874 to Ellen Eliz­abeth McMurray in Live Oak County, Texas. She was born October 6, 1853 in San Patricio County, Texas to William McMurray and Bridget Fox McMurray.

They were enumerated in the 1880 census of Live Oak County, Enumeration District 101, page 9, Precinct 1 on June 3, 1880.

“Goynes, Aug S. 40, born in Mississippi, farmer
Ellen 25, born in Texas, Keeping house
Margaret 5, born in Texas, daughter
Dott 3, born in Texas, daughter
Violia 1, born in Texas, daughter”

In 1883 they lived in Presidio County, Texas. In 1884 they lived at Van Horn, Texas. “A. S. Goynes” gave a quit claim deed to J. W. Earnest of Presidio County November 8, 1884 for 640 acres at $640 in Brewster County, Texas, survey 542, Block 8, according to Presidio County Deed Book.

“A. S. Goynes” of Presidio County gave a quit claim deed to Alice T. Preston of Coleman County, Texas November 19, 1885 for $850. The land was located on Section 8, Block 1 of T & P Railroad land according to Presidio County Deed Book 6, pages 587-597.

“A. S. Goynes” gave a warranty deed to James Dawson February 1, 1886 for land in Presidio County for $400 dollars an acre according to Presidio County Deed Book 3, page 406. The land was located in Murphyville, Texas in E/2, Block 32.

“A. S. Goynes, a homesteader, and wife Ellen E. Goynes” of Presidio County granted a quit claim deed to Alice F. Preston March 5, 1886 for land in Presidio County, survey 48, Block 1, for $850 according to Presidio County Deed Book 1, page 131.

“A.S. Goynes and wife Ellen E. Goynes” gave a confirmation deed to Alice F. Preston February 7, 1890 according to Presidio County Deed Book 1, page 434.

“A.S. Goynes and wife Ellen E. Goynes” gave a warranty deed to Emily Stillwell of Brewster County, Texas March 5, 1892 for $75 according to Presidio County Deed Book 3, page 541.

Augustus Sanders Goynes was shot and killed June 30, 1892 on his 52nd birthday in Van Horn by his brother-in-law Francis “Frank” McMurray. Their gunfight was over a fence being built around a water tank that each claimed, according to Margaret Frances Goynes Olson.

Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes died at George West, Texas January 6, 1926, according to Sue Nance of Three Rivers, Texas, a descendant. She was buried in Gussettville Cemetery.

Children born to Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Eliza­beth McMurray Goynes include:

Margaret Ellen Goynes born December 10, 1874
Dorothy “Dot” Goynes [twin] born November 8, 1877
William Goynes [twin] born November 8, 1877
Viola A. Goynes born May 7, 1879
Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes born April 16, 1881
William Earl Goynes born May 9, 1883
Daniel Goynes born August 14, 1884
Nellie L. Goynes born November 6, 1887
Nettie Maude Goynes born November 11, 1889
John Lee Goynes born June 24, 1891

Margaret Ellen Goynes, daughter of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born December 10, 1874. She was married May 6, 1895 to James A. “Long Jim” Gallagher. She died November 18, 1902. Three children were born to them.

Dorothy “Dot” Goynes, twin daughter of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born November 8, 1877. She was married January 11, 1899 to Au­gustus Peter “Gus” Goynes, a cousin. He was born about 1871 to William Goynes and Mary A. Dolan O’Rielly Goynes. For details of their lives and descendants, see his section.

William Goynes, twin son of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born November 8, 1877. He died four days later. He was buried in Goynes Cemetery, according to Sue Nance.

Viola A. Goynes, daughter of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born May 7, 1879. She was married December 26, 1909 to Richard “Dick” Burks, a schoolteacher, according to Margaret Frances Goynes Olson. She died February 9, 1937. Two children were born to them:

Lee “Buster” Burks born about 1912
Lucille Burks born about 1916

Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes, son of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born April 16, 1881. He was married March 28, 1899 to Sarah Jane Chandler. He was remarried to Eva L. McCarthy about 1914. No children were born to Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes and Eva L. McCarthy Goynes. He died in 1941, and she died in 1943.

Children born to Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes and Sarah Jane Chandler Goynes include:

George Alfred Goynes born in 1899
Maggie Goynes born about 1903
Maudie Goynes born about 1905
Reagan W. Goynes born about 1908
Nellie Goynes born about 1911

George Alfred Goynes, son of Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes and Sarah Jane Chandler Goynes, was born in 1899, according to Margaret Frances Goynes Olson. He was married about 1920 to Rosie King who was born in 1904. She died in 1934. He was remarried about 1946 to Inza Parks who was born in 1907.

Children born to George Alfred Goynes and Rosie King Goynes include:

Fred Allen Goynes born in 1921
Lillian Rose Goynes born in 1923
George Alfred Goynes, Jr. born about 1926
Dorothy Irene Goynes born about 1928
Raymond Richard Goynes born about 1931
Charles Melvin “Pee Wee” Goynes born about 1933

Children born to George Alfred Goynes and Inza Parks Goynes include:

Larry Augustus Goynes born in 1948

Fred Allen Goynes, son of George Alfred Goynes and Rosie King Goynes, was born in 1921. He was married about 1946 to Essie Hardesty. Later he was remarried, wife’s name Caroline. Children born to Fred Allen Goynes, Essie Hardesty Goynes and Caroline Goynes are unknown.

Lillian Rose Goynes, daughter of George Alfred Goynes and Rosie King Goynes, was born in 1923. She was married about 1946 to Charles William Goynes, a second cousin who was born in 1912. He was a son of William Earl Goynes..

George Alfred Goynes, Jr, son of George Alfred Goynes and Rosie King Goynes, was born about 1926. He was married about 1949 to Anna Laura Borden.

Children born to George Alfred Goynes, Jr. and Anna Laura Borden Goynes include:

Robert Goynes born about 1951
Danny Goynes born about 1953

Dorothy Irene Goynes, daughter of George Alfred Goynes and Rosie King Goynes, was born in 1927. She was mar­ried about 1947 to James Middlebrooks.

Children born to them include:

James Stanley Middlebrooks born about 1949
Allan Roy Middlebrooks born about 1951
Mitchell Middlebrooks born about 1952
Ronnie Middlebrooks [twin] born about 1953
Bonnie Middlebrooks born about 1953
Lynn Rose Middlebrooks born about 1954
June Ellen Middlebrooks born about 1955
Donia Middlebrooks born about 1956
Mark Middlebrooks born about 1960

Raymond Richard Goynes, son of George Alfred Goynes and Rosie King Goynes, was born about 1931. He was married about 1955 to Caroline Henry. Children born to Raymond Richard Goynes and Caroline Henry Goynes include:

Raymond Richard Goynes, Jr. born about 1957
Paul Goynes born about 1959
Phillip Goynes born about 1961
Christina Goynes born about 1964
Timothy Goynes born about 1967

Charles Melvin “Pee Wee” Goynes, son of George Alfred Goynes and Rosie King Goynes, was born about 1933. He was married about 1950 to Betty Norwood. Children born to Charles Melvin “Pee Wee” Goynes and Betty Norwood Goynes include:

Victoria Lynn “Vicki” Goynes born about 1952
Rhonda Ann Goynes born about 1954
Angela Lee Goynes born about 1955

Larry Augustus Goynes, of George Alfred Goynes and Inza Parks Goynes, was born in 1948. He was married about 1971, wife’s name Evelyn. Children born to Larry Augustus Goynes and Evelyn Goynes include:

Gail Goynes born about 1974

Maggie Goynes, daughter of Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes and Sarah Jane Chandler Goynes, was born about 1903.

Maudie Goynes, daughter of Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes and Sarah Jane Chandler Goynes, was born about 1905. She died at age 14 of typhoid fever.

Reagan W. Goynes, son of Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes and Sarah Jane Chandler Goynes, was born about 1908. He was married about 1930 to Dolly Skinner. He was remarried to Lu­cille Dodie and later was married for the third time, wife’s name Bernice. Children born to Reagan W. Goynes, Dolly Skinner Goynes, Lucille Dodie Goynes and Bernice Goynes are un­known.

Nellie Goynes, daughter of Peter Reagan “Pete” Goynes and Sarah Jane Chandler Goynes, was born about 1911. She was married about 1928 to William Dewey McBride. Later she was re­married to Loyd Martin.

Children born to them include:

Doris McBride born in 1929
Barbara McBride born in 1933

William Earl Goynes, son of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born May 9, 1883 at Gussettville. He was married about 1906 to Anna Hender­son. In 1924, he was remarried to Rose Sexton. He died November 26, 1952.

Children born to William Earl Goynes and Anna Henderson Goynes include:

Joseph Albert Goynes born about 1908
Patrick Henry Goynes born about 1910
Helen Fredonia Goynes born in 1911
Charles William Goynes born about 1912
Clara Mae Goynes born about 1915
Cecil Raymond Goynes born in 1917

Children born to William Earl Goynes and Rose Sexton Goynes include:

Lawrence Goynes born in 1927
Peter Augustus Goynes born about 1928

Joseph Albert Goynes, son of William Earl Goynes and Anna Henderson Goynes, was born about 1908. He was married about 1931 to Rae Parker. Children born to Joseph Albert Goynes and Rae Parker Goynes are unknown.

Patrick Henry Goynes, son of William Earl Goynes and Anna Henderson Goynes, was born about 1910. He was married about 1933 to Dorothy Cornelius. Of Patrick Henry Goynes and Dorothy Cornelius Goynes nothing more is known.

Helen Fredonia Goynes, daughter of William Earl Goynes and Anna Henderson Goynes, was born in 1911. She was married about 1933 to Charles Stanley Austen.

Children born to them include:

Charles R. Austen born in 1935
Ann Rose Austen born in 1939
Helen Ruth Austen born in 1942
Charles Stanley Austen, Jr. born in 1943

Charles William Goynes, son of William Earl Goynes and Anna Henderson Goynes, was born about 1912. He was mar­ried about 1936 to Lillian Rose Goynes. Children born to Charles William Goynes and Lillian Rose Goynes Goynes are unknown.

Clara Mae Goynes, daughter of William Earl Goynes and Anna Henderson Goynes, was born about 1915. She was married about 1936 to Herman Clyde Mauch. He died in 1978.

Children born to them include:

Herman Clyde Mauch, Jr. born in 1951
Betty Mae Mauch born in 1953
Mamie Ann Mauch born in 1956
Vickie Lou Mauch born in 1957
Tom Earl Mauch born in 1959

Cecil Raymond Goynes, son of William Earl Goynes and Anna Henderson Goynes, was born in 1917. He was married about 1946 to Mary Ann Bering who was also born in 1917. Chil­dren born to Cecil Raymond Goynes and Mary Ann Bering Goynes include:

Robert Mitchell Goynes born in 1948
James Allan Goynes born in 1949
Thomas Anthony Goynes born in 1950
Mary Louise Goynes born in 1952
Samuel Lee Goynes born in 1954

Lawrence Goynes, son of William Earl Goynes and Rose Sex­ton Goynes, was born in 1925. He died in 1959 unmar­ried.

Peter Augustus Goynes, son of William Earl Goynes and Rose Sexton Goynes, was born about 1928. He died in in­fancy.

Daniel Goynes, son of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born at Van Horn August 14, 1884. He was married October 6, 1919 at Gussettville to Annie Mae Lewis, daughter of John Steven Lewis and Annie Belle McKinney Lewis of Live Oak County. She was born there May 10, 1899. Margaret Frances Goynes Olson wrote, “My parents were third cousins. Mother was descended from Ellen ‘Nellie’ Fox Dolan, and Daddy was descended from Bridget “Biddy” Fox McMurray who was her sister.”

Daniel Goynes died at George West May 17, 1954, and An­nie Mae Lewis Goynes died there August 28, 1956. They were buried in Gussettville Cemetery.

Children born to them include:

Mary Bernice “Bee” Goynes born in 1920
Nellie Bernadine Goynes born in 1922
Alfred Daniel Goynes born in 1924
Loretta Mae Goynes born in 1926
John Daniel Goynes born about 1928
Augustus Stephen Goynes born April 6, 1930
Annie Louise Goynes born in 1933
Alice Theresa Goynes born about 1934
Margaret Frances Goynes born Sept. 1, 1935
William Leo Goynes born in 1937
John Lee Goynes born in 1

Mary Bernice “Bee” Goynes, daughter of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in 1920. She was mar­ried about 1936 to Vestal Byron Odom.

Children born to them include:

Byron Allen Odom born in 1938
Kenneth Lee Odom born about 1940
Loyd Daniel Odom born about 1942
Mary Ann Odom born about 1943
Walter Alfred Odom born about 1944
James Rocky Odom born about 1946
Vesta Bernice Odom born about 1949
Theresa Louise Odom born about 1952
William Carie Odom born about 1955
Thomas Michael Odom born about 1958
Margaret Clara Odom born about 1961

Nellie Bernadine Goynes, daughter of Daniel Goynes and An­nie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in 1922. She was mar­ried about 1942 to Alonzo Joseph Gregorczyk who was born in 1911.

Children born to them include:

Alvina Mae Gregorczyk born in 1944
John Raymond Gregorczyk born about 1946
Alice Frances Gregorczyk born in 1947
Mary Jane Gregorczyk born in 1949
Richard Daniel Gregorczyk born about 1950
Cynthia Ann Gregorczyk born about 1952
Lonnie Joe Gregorczyk born in 1960

Alfred Daniel Goynes, son of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in 1924 and died in 1927.

Loretta Mae Goynes, daughter of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in 1926. She was married about 1945 to Howard F. “Mutt” Crawford.

Children born to them include:

Annie Bell Crawford born about 1947
John Crawford born about 1948
Howard Crawford born about 1949
Patricia Irene Crawford born about 1951
Clarence Daniel Crawford born about 1953
Dennis Lynn Crawford born about 1955
Tim Leo Crawford born about 1957
Charles Crawford born about 1960
Barbara Crawford born about 1963
Phillip Crawford born about 1966
Shirley Crawford born about 1969
Gary Crawford born about 1972

John Daniel Goynes, son of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born about 1928. He was married to Miss Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig October 31, 1949, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 4, page 476. She was born in 1932. They resided in George West, Texas in 1972, according to the Live Oak County taxpayer list.

Children born to John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes include:

John Daniel Goynes, Jr. born April 16, 1952
Rebecca Diane “Becky” Goynes born May 17, 1954
Kathy Jean Goynes born Sept. 25, 1955
Bridget M’liss Goynes born July 18, 1957
Elizabeth Elaine Goynes born Feb. 13, 1959
Stephen William Goynes born August 17, 1960
Michael Wade Goynes born April 27, 1963

John Daniel Goynes, Jr, son of John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes, was born April 16, 1952 in Bee County, Texas, according to BVS File 65712.

He was married in 1980 Joseph Ann Zuch. Three children were born to John Daniel Goynes, Jr. and Joseph Ann Zuch Goynes:

John Daniel Goynes III born in February 1982
Daniel Ernst Goynes born February 10, 1983
Faith Paige Goynes born October 11, 1986

John Daniel Goynes III, son of John Daniel Goynes, Jr. and Joseph Ann Zuch Goynes, was born in February 1982. He died at birth.

Daniel Ernst Goynes, son of John Daniel Goynes, Jr. and Joseph Ann Zuch Goynes, was born February 10, 1983.

Faith Paige Goynes, daughter of John Daniel Goynes, Jr. and Joseph Ann Zuch Goynes, was born October 11, 1986.

Rebecca Diane “Becky” Goynes, daughter of John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes, was born May 17, 1954. She was married in 1972 to Gordon Jesse Hamrick II. They were divorced about 1980. She was remarried to Edward Stancik in 1990.

Three children were born to them.

Blanche Marie Hamrick born in 1972
Grace Edith Hamrick born in 1975
Thomas Paul Jamrick born in December 1985

Kathy Jean Goynes, daughter of John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes, was born September 25, 1955. She was married about 1974 to Rodney William Kolb.

Children born to them include:

Justin Howard Kolb born in 1975
Kallie Kathleen Kolb born in 1978

Bridget M’Liss Goynes, daughter of John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes, was born July 18, 1957. She was married in 1975 to David Harris. Later she was remarried to Jimmie Eichman.

Children born to them include:

Shannon Lee Harris born in 1977
Jared Daniel Harris born in 1979
Jimmie Eichman, Jr. born about 1983

Elizabeth Elaine Goynes, daughter of John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes, was born in 1959. She was married May 24, 1980 to Douglas Clyde Wallek.

Children born to them include:

Megan Ann Wallek born April 9, 1982
Lucas Clyde Wallek born August 22, 1984
Elizabeth LaVonne Wallek born June 23, 1988

Stephen William Goynes, son of John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes, was born August 17, 1960. He was married about 1986 to Margaret Allison “Maggie” Murphy. They were divorced in 1990, and he was remarried to Patricia Perez Haynes in May 1996.

A daughter was born to Stephen William Goynes and Maggie Murphy Goynes:

Millie Mae Goynes born in April 1986

Children born to Stephen William Goynes and Patricia Perez Haynes Goynes include:

Patrick William Goynes born in January 1997

Michael Wade Goynes, son of John Daniel Goynes and Jeannie LaVonne Ellis Ludewig Goynes, was born April 27, 1963. He was married to Yolanda Perez in December 2000. Of Michael Wade Goynes and Yolanda Perez Goynes nothing more is known.

Stephen Augustus Goynes, son of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born about 1930. He was married about 1953 to Betty Joyce Casey. He died of cancer in 1990.

Children born to them include:

Betty Lou Goynes born about 1955
Brenda Joyce Goynes born about 1957
Beverly Ann Goynes born about 1960
Stephen Augustus Goynes, Jr. born about 1963

Betty Lou Goynes, daughter of Stephen Augustus Goynes and Betty Joyce Casey Goynes, was born about 1955. She died as an infant.

Brenda Joyce Goynes, daughter of Stephen Augustus Goynes and Betty Joyce Casey Goynes, was born about 1957. She was married about 1975, husband’s name Davis. One child was born to them:

Gina Davis born about 1978

Beverly Ann Goynes, daughter of Stephen Augustus Goynes and Betty Joyce Casey Goynes, was born about 1960. She was married about 1980 to William Edward Tope. Both were killed in an automobile accident.

Stephen Augustus Goynes, Jr., son of Stephen Augustus Goynes and Betty Joyce Casey Goynes, was born about 1963.

Annie Louise Goynes, daughter of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born about 1932. She was married about 1951 to William Douglas Mundine.

Children born to them include:

William Douglas Mundine, Jr. born about 1953
Joseph Lee Mundine born about 1956
Darla Ann Mundine born about 1959

Alice Theresa Goynes, daughter of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in 1933. She was married about 1953 to Kenneth Wayne Stolte.

Children born to them include:

William Edward Stolte born in 1954
Robert Daniel Stolte born in 1956
Marilyn Jean Stolte born in 1957
Edward Lee Stolte born in 1959
Kenneth Wayne Stolte, Jr. born in 1961
Tracie Marie Stolte born in 1963
John Patrick Stolte born in 1967

Margaret Frances Goynes, daughter of Daniel Goynes and An­nie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born September 1, 1935 in Live Oak County, Texas. She was married October 2, 1955 to John Norris Olson, Jr. who was born April 29, 1931 in Kleberg County, Texas to John Norris Olson and Anna Belle Large Ol­son. In 1957 they lived in Kingsville, Texas and then moved to San Antonio the following year. Later they moved to Mission, Texas.

In 1991 they lived in Corpus Christi, Texas and in 1993 at Kingsville, Texas.

Children born to them include:

Lena Gaylene Olson born July 5, 1956

Lena Gaylene Olson, daughter of John Norris Olson, Jr. and Margaret Frances Goynes Olson, was born July 5, 1956 at Ft. Polk, Louisiana. She was married March 31, 1979 at Las Ve­gas, Nevada to R. Jay Hupp who was born in Kentucky March 17, 1947 to Robert Elmer Hupp and Lillian Genaviee Johnston Hupp. He died in 1983, and she was remarried to Ross Dunkerly Pooley who was born in 1937. In 1993 they lived in Kingwood, Texas.

William Leo Goynes, son of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in Live Oak County in 1937. He was married about 1963 to Lovis Gail Tyer who was also born in 1937.

Children born to William Leo Goynes and Lovis Gail Tyer Goynes include:

Lisa Marie Goynes born in 1965
Laura Lea Goynes born in 1967

John Lee Goynes, son of Daniel Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in 1939. He lived one day.

August Stephen Goynes, son of Daniel Goynes was born April 6, 1930. He died of cancer in 1989.

Nellie L. Goynes, daughter of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born November 6, 1887 at Van Horn. She died unmarried July 6, 1909 of a fever.

Nettie Maude Goynes, daughter of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born in November 1889 at Van Horn. She was married February 1, 1911 to Thomas Francis Nance who was born in 1887. In 1884 they lived at George West. He died in 1962, and she died June 2, 1963.

Eight children were born to them.

Felix Alvin Nance born about 1913
Daniel Oliver Nance born about 1915
Katie Laura Nance born about 1917
James Lortis Nance born about 1920
Nellie Mae Nance born about 1922
Thomas Francis Nance, Jr. born about 1925
Andrew Stafford Nance born about 1928
Mary Margaret Nance born about 1931

John Lee Goynes, son of Augustus Sanders Goynes and Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, was born June 24, 1891 at Van Horn. He was married June 30, 1913 to Lora McKin­ney. He died November 8, 1937. She died in 1978

Children born to John Lee Goynes and Lora McKinney Goynes include:

William Howard Goynes born in 1914
Lonnie Lee Goynes born in 1920
Michael Thomas Goynes born in 1923
Roybell “Ike” Goynes born in 1924

William Howard Goynes, son of John Lee Goynes and Lora McKinney Goynes, was born in 1914. He was married about 1937 to Florence Hawkins. Children born to William Howard Goynes and Florence Hawkins Goynes include:

Richard Lee Goynes born in 1941

Richard Lee Goynes, son of William Howard Goynes and Flo­rence Hawkins Goynes, was born in 1941. He was mar­ried about 1962 to Rilla Lee Cook.

Children born to Richard Lee Goynes and Rilla Lee Cook Goynes include:

Thomas Lee Goynes born in 1964
John Michael Goynes born in 1965
Jack Montgomery Goynes born in 1967

Lonnie Lee Goynes, son of John Lee Goynes and Lora McKin­ney Goynes was born in 1920. He was married about 1946 to Marie Quinn. Marie Quinn Goynes was drowned.

Michael Thomas Goynes, son of John Lee Goynes and Lora McKinney Goynes, was born in 1923. He was married about 1946 to Henrietta Bartha. Michael Thomas Goynes and Henrietta Bartha Goynes were killed in 1966.

Children born to them include:

Sandra Kay Goynes born in 1947

Sandra Kay Goynes, daughter of Michael Thomas Goynes and Henrietta Bartha Goynes, was born in 1947. She was married about 1965 to Mike Malone. They were divorced.

Children born to them include:

Stacy Malone born in 1966

Roybell “Ike” Goynes, son of John Lee Goynes and Lora McKinney Goynes, was born in 1924. He was married about 1947 to Myra Hatfield. He was remarried to Ina J. Bishop. Children born to Roybell “Ike” Goynes, Myra Hatfield Goynes and Ina J. Bishop Goynes are unknown.

David D. Goynes, son of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born about 1844 in Mississippi. He was enlisted, at about age 18, in Company G, Second Louisiana Cavalry Regiment in January 1863. “Pvt. D. D. Goynes” appeared on a roll of prisoners of war who were paroled at Alexandria, Louisiana June 3, 1865. He was “killed in Powderhorn on Joe Collins ranch,” according to Margaret Frances Goynes Olson.

Pvt. A. Goynes, Company C, Twenty-seventh Infantry Regi­ment, unidentified, was listed in a group of prisoners of paroled at Alexandria June 3, 1865. He also showed his resi­dence at Natchitoches.

Sarah “Sallie” Goynes, daughter of Wiley Williamson Goynes and Martha Brister Goynes, was born in 1849 in Mississippi. She was married about 1870 to Daniel Jasper “Jap” Brister, ac­cording to Atascosa County, Texas marriage records. She died in Live Oak County in childbirth along with her baby. He was remarried to Margaret Frances McMurray, sister to Ellen Elizabeth McMurray Goynes, according to Sue Ryan Nance.

Virginia R. Kerr, Foundation Editorial Boardmember of Mc­Comb, Mississippi has researched the life of Wiley W. Goynes who was born June 24, 1824. He was married about 1847 to Elizabeth Dykes who was born November 24, 1828. Elizabeth Dykes died April 3, 1880 and was buried in Pine Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, according to “St. Helena Parish, Louisiana Cemeteries.” Wiley W. Goynes died August 10, 1897 and was buried beside his wife. Mrs. Kerr has sought documentation to show that Wiley W. Goynes was a son of Daniel C. Goins who was married [1] to Milberry “Milly” Bryant Lee and [2] to Louisiana Kenady.

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