Napoleon Bonaparte Goings Bankrupted In Natchez; Removed to New Orleans
Napoleon Bonaparte Goings, “free colored person” on December 14, 1835 paid $5,000 for E.
Miller’s Store in Natchez, Mississippi. Later he took bankruptcy, and the store was sold for the benefit of his creditors. He lived in Vicksburg, Mississippi in 1838. Later it was reported that he removed to New Orleans, Louisiana.
In 1890, “Georgiana Goins, widow of Napoleon” was listed in the city directory of New Orleans, living at 431 Poydras. In the 1891 city directory, “Georgiana Goins, widow of
Napoleon” reappeared, still living at 431½ Poydras.