From Gowen Manuscript: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms058.htm
Alice Charlie Goins died January 1931 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 2, role 2, page 530.
Nick Goins died March 5, 1914 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 9, certificate 149, role 1.
Pleasant Goins, was born about 1793 in Tennessee, according to “Our Kith and Kin” by Helen B. Wasson quoting Miss Fannie Littleton and Miss Louisiana Littleton of Point, Louisiana. They reported that he was “about 75 years old when he died about 1863.” Ella Lafay “Fay” Bullock Kitchens, a descendant researcher of Monroe, Louisiana, suggests that he was born about 1799 in Tennessee or Virginia. James Thomas Ballard places his date of birth as about 1788.
“Pleasant Gowen” was married to Temperance Cooper November 27, 1821, according to Dallas County Marriage Book D, page 76.. “Pleasant Gowing” appeared in Shelby County, Alabama October 20, 1832 where he received land in Section 6, Township 19, Range 1 West. 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.
“Temperance Cooper Gowen” was enumerated in the 1840 census of Taledega County, Alabama along with a son and a daughter.
Pleasant Goins was remarried in Tuscaloosa County to Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb “of Georgia” August 25, 1846. “Pleasant Goings was married to L. Webb August 24, 1846 in Shelby County, Alabama,” according to the research of Gay Kinney. Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb was the daughter of John Webb who died there about 1860, according to the research of Fay Kitchens.
“Pleasant Gownes” obtained additional land there in 1854. He was reported to be a stagedriver. He died there about 1863.
“Loualley Gowings” was enumerated as the head of Household 236-236 in the 1870 census of Autauga County, page 27, living in Autaugaville, Alabama:
“Gowings, Loualley 50, widow, white, born in AL
Margaret 19, white, born in AL
Martin 17, white, born in AL
Susan 15, white, born in AL
Feeby 13, white, born in AL
Ellen 11, white, born in AL”
Children born to Pleasant Goins and Temperance Cooper Goins include:
Elizabeth Gooing born about 1822
Andrew Martin Gooing born November 23, 1823
David Gooing born about 1826
William Gooing born about 1832
Children born to Pleasant Goins and Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb Goins include:
Matilda Jane Gooing born June 11, 1848
Margaret Gooing born about 1852
Martin B. Gooing born about 1853
Elizabeth Gooing, daughter of Pleasant Goins and Temperance Cooper Goins was born about 1822. She was married January 7, 1839 to Robert R. Davidson, according to Autauga County Marriage Book 1, page 53. Pleasant Goins gave his consent to the marriage.
Andrew Martin Gooing, son of Pleasant Goins and Temperance Cooper Goins, was born November 23, 1823 in Dallas County. He was enlisted June 13, 1846 in the U.S. Army at Mobile, Alabama for one year’s service in the Mexican War as a private in Capt. William Coleman’s Company in the First Alabama Regiment under Col. J. R. Coffey. His service record describes him as “5’10,” fair complexion, black eyes and light hair.” He was discharged at New Orleans May 27, 1847.
Helen B. Wasson wrote,
“The next record we have of Andrew Martin Gooing is an affidavit, dated September 27, 1847, sworn to in Marion, Perry County, Alabama, preparatory to filing for bounty land.
On October 27, 1847, in a letter headed Perryville, Alabama, he requested that his warrant for bounty land be sent “to my address at Maplesville, Bibb County, Alabama.” On April 25, 1848, he was awarded 160 acres of land in Bibb County.
On November 30, 1848, Andrew M. Gooing married Miss Areminta Barnett, according to File 2020, Perry County, Ala-bama marriage records. She was the daughter of Thomas Bar-nett and Phebary Bishop Barnett.
According to the 1850 census, Andrew and Areminta Gooing resided in Perry County, Alabama in Perryville Beat, in the eastern part of the county. Andrew is listed as being 26 years old, a pumpmaker, Areminta is 24, and they have one child, William, age 1.
In 1858, the estate of Thomas Barnett, Areminta’s father, was settled. In Minute Book I 1858, page 43, State of Alabama, Perry County, we find Areminta and her husband mentioned. Their part was $1,272.95. Having received $342.53 prior to the settlement, were due $990.42.
Shortly thereafter, Andrew and Areminta Gooing came to Lou-isiana, we suppose, with a caravan of settlers. They first lived at Old Shiloh in Union Parish. Emest Edward Ballard, grand-son of Andrew M. Gooing, told me that Andrew M. Gooing had a gin, a blacksmith shop, and that he was a carpenter.
Martha A. Gooing Ballard’s letter states: ‘Father was a farmer, wood workman, a fine blacksmith, and a mason.’
We have a certified copy of Conveyance Record K, page 190‑-191, Union Parish Deed, dated February 27, 1863, a deed from Alfred Honeycutt to ‘A. M. Goings’ for 360 acres of land. This deed confirms the following story that was told to me. Alfred Honeycutt had a son, Bob, who was of army age. Honey-cutt could not bear to see his son to go to war. He told Andrew M. Gooing he would deed 360 acres to him if he would take the boy’s place. Andrew agreed to do this. On the day of his en-listment, the deed was made. They moved from the Old Shiloh to the Honeycutt place on DeLoutre. That is how the Ballard homeplace was acquired.
Following is Andrew M. Gooing’s Confederate States war record, taken from Booth’s ‘Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Commands,’ Book 1, Page 44:
‘Guing, Andrew M. Pvt. Co. I, 31st Infantry. Enlisted February 27, 1863, Monroe, Louisiana. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, captured and paroled at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863.
The photostat of Andrew M. Gooing’s CSA record shows the same dates as above. It shows he enlisted for three years, or the war. There are two interesting notes; ‘he has never been paid,’ and ‘the duplicate roll carries his name as Going instead of Gooing.’
Martha A. Gooing Ballard’s letter gives us the following: ‘Father went through the Vicksburg hard battle and was wounded in head and shoulder which shortened his life . . .’
Aunt Rosalie Ballard White has heard Areminta Gooing say that during the war, in the middle of the night, some Yankees came and burned the cotton gin and cotton bales. They took all their chickens, livestock and bed covering. [The gin was on that part of the place they call the ‘old sand field.’]
Andrew M. Gooing returned from the war on a horse someone had let him have. It is said he was so ill when he returned that he could hardly climb down from the horse. He died December 9, 1867.
On September 14, 1957, I visited Andrew M. Gooing’s grave at Old Tennessee Graveyard in Union Parish, Louisiana. E. E. Ballard took me there. The gravestone is Masonic, shaped like a pyramid and in perfect condition. On the side opposite the Masonic insignia there is sculptured an ear of corn. The front of the stone is marked ‘Andrew M. Gooing Born November 15, 1823, Died December 9, 1867. Erected by his Wife.’
Andrew M. Gooing deeded the 360 acres to William Sanders Gooing, his son whom he had taught the carpentry trade. Wil-liam took over the shop after his father’s death. E. E. Ballard told me that ‘Uncle Will’ could build anything and was espe-cially good at cabinet work. He also stated that William S. Gooing built the Gus Hartman House at Farmerville. In 1890, William S. Gooing was murdered by a man named Deas. His death, we are told, caused Areminta, his mother to grieve for him for the rest of her life. William S. Gooing’s grave is adjacent to his father’s and is marked.
William S. Gooing left the place to Martha Angeline Gooing, our grandmother, who had married John Ballard. This caused friction in the family, so Martha A. and John Ballard put the land up for sale and John Ballard bought it in.
Areminta made her home with Martha and John Ballard. I have heard my father speak of her many times and said he had ridden into town with her to get her pension check.
This pension check was a great puzzlement to me. I had been told it was a CSA widow’s pension. I made many fruitless efforts to verify it. The CSA Pension Act was not approved until 1898 ‑ then, one day, upon rereading Martha A. Ballard’s letter, it occurred to me that perhaps it was a widow’s pension from Andrew’s service in the Mexican War. This proved to be true, and as a consequence, I was able to acquire from National Archives Andrew’s military records which gave me much valuable information.
Areminta Barnett Gooing was well educated. We are told she was a school teacher. She was a Baptist; her bible was beautifully kept, and she wrote exceedingly well.
We found the following in her handwriting:
“Areminta Gooing Aug. the 9, 1900
Back to the old home viewing scenes of childhood
There is where I know no care or pain
There in my childish glee
Under the woodland tree
0, how I long to go to the old home once again
Though I am old now,
I love to linger on happy thoughts of bygone days
When through the [illegible], I roamed
Far from my dear old home
Gathering the scented flowers that grew along the way
Now I am alone, no loving hands … ”
That is all that is on the scrap of paper, but it does give one insight to the character of Areminta Barnett Gooing.
Areminta died March 4, 1902, while she was visiting in the home of her daughter, Phebery Jane Gooing Tugwell [Mrs. George Tugwell]. She is buried at Blanchard Springs, Ar-kansas, where she died. I have been told her grave is marked. [Her grave was found in 1990 by Carroll Heard Goyne, Jr, Foundation Editorial Boardmember of Shreveport. It is located in an almost abandoned wooded cemetery in Section 32, Township 19S, Range 3W in Union County. The cemetery is about 1/4 mile northwest of the present Blanchard Springs Church. A smaller wooded cemetery is about 1/2 mile south of this one, according to James Thomas Ballard.]
Blanchard Springs is in Union County, Arkansas. The old house in which Areminta Gooing, Martha A. and John Ballard lived, burned in November, 1955. At the time it was occupied by E. E. Ballard and his wife, Ossie. The 360 acres of the old home place presently belong to E. E. Ballard.”
Arementa Barnett Gooing was the daughter of Thomas Barnett and Pheraby Bishop Barnett, according to the research of a great-grandson, James Thomas Ballard, a Foundation member of Vicksburg, Mississippi. He wrote:
“Andrew Martin Gooing came to Union Parish as a member of the Thomas Barnett family. Thomas Barnett was born March 6, 1786 and died in Perry County, Alabama March 3, 1857, leaving a widow and seven daughters and a substantial estate, according to Perry County Probate Book 1, page 43. His daughters were:
Areminta Barnett born about 1825
Agnes Barnett born about 1826
Harriet Barnett born about 1828
Narcissa Barnett born about 1830
Sarah Barnett born about 1833
Margaret Barnett born about 1836
Jane Barnett born about 1840
Children born to Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing include:
William Sanders Gooing born August 25, 1849
Phebery Jane Gooing born January 16, 1851
Sarah Agnes Gooing born April 4, 1852
Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing born April 15, 1854
[infant] born Sept. 10, 1856
Mary Alabama Gooing born March 14, 1858
Martha Angeline Narcissa Gooing born August 19, 1860
Andrew Jackson Gooing born Sept. 24, 1863
William Sanders Gooing, son of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing, was born August 25, 1849 in Alabama. He was murdered May 5, 1890, according to Helen B. Wasson. He was unmarried. He was buried in an adjoining plot with his father.
Phebery Jane Gooing, daughter of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing, was born January 16, 1851. She was married November 1, 1870 to George W. Tugwell. Children born to them included Lethia Tugwell, born about 1875. She was married about 1894, husband’s name Collier. They lived in Lexington, Kentucky.
Sarah Agnes Gooing, daughter of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing, was born April 4, 1852. She died at age three, November 15, 1855.
Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing, son of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing, was born April 16, 1854. He was married to Alice McCoy February 15, 1883 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. She was born about 1860 to David McCoy and Nancy Dollar McCoy. They lived at Marion, Louisiana in 1883, at Jacksboro, Texas in 1887, at Ft. Gibson, Oklahoma in 1888 and in Oklahoma City in 1891. They were in Chadwick, Oklahoma in 1893 and back in Ft. Gibson in 1895.
Following a divorce, she was remarried to Robert Henry Rixon, according to Helen B. Wasson. She died July 2, 1938 in Bonner Springs, Kansas and was buried at Independence, Missouri.
Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing was remarried, wife’s name unknown. He became a Mormon and died February 3, 1932 at Parma Canyon, Idaho. Children born to the second marriage are unknown.
Children born to Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing include:
Mary Odessa “Mollie” Gooing born November 16, 1883
Troy Angus Gooing born January 10, 1887
Harvey Thornton Gooing born June 11, 1888
Thomas Andrew Gooing born December 9, 1889
Jedediah Gooing born September 2, 1891
Ruby Gooing born September 1, 1893
Homer Virgil Gooing born February 11, 1895
Mary Odessa “Mollie” Gooing, daughter of Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing, was born November 16, 1893 in Union Parish, Louisiana. She was married March 16, 1904 to William Sapp. She died September 5, 1959.
Troy Angus Gooing, son of Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing, was born in Jack County, Texas January 10, 1887. He was married about 1910 to Mary Estelle Cox. Children born to Troy Angus Gooing and Mary Estelle Cox Gooing are unknown.
Harvey Thornton Gooing, son of Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing, was born June 11, 1888 in Muskogee County, Oklahoma. He died at age 14, June 19, 1902.
Thomas Andrew Gooing, son of Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing, was born December 9, 1889 at Chadwich, Oklahoma. He died at age 17, April 6, 1907.
Jedediah Gooing, son of Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing, was born September 2, 1891 in Oklahoma City. He was married about 1914 to Vivian Leigh Cox. In 1915 they lived at St. John, Kansas.
Children born to Jedidiah Gooing and Vivian Leigh Gooing include:
Roy Elwyn Gooing born December 14, 1915
Roy Elwyn Gooing, son of Jedidiah Gooing and Vivian Leigh Gooing, was born December 14, 1915 in Stafford County, Kansas. He was married January 10, 1944 to Barbara Bigelow. He died June 23, 1995 in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Children born to Roy Elwyn Gooing and Barbara Bigelow Gooing include:
Vance Elwyn Gooing born September 14, 1944
Joel Allen Gooing born June 24, 1946
Nancy Lee Gooing born December 29, 1947
Dennis Wayne Gooing born January 18, 1948
Ruby Gooing, daughter of Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing, was born September 1, 1893 at Chadwick. She died April 24, 1896 at age two.
Homer Virgil Gooing, son of Pleasant Thomas Fillmore Gooing and Alice McCoy Gooing, was born February 11, 1895. He was married June 15, 1918 to Veda Hodgson. Children born to Homer Virgil Gooing and Veda Hodgson Gooing are unknown.
An infant of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing was born September 10 and died shortly afterward.
Mary Alabama Gooing, daughter of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing, was born March 14, 1858. She was married about 1875 to William Henry Ogletree. She died October 12, 1883.
A note in the family bible states, “Mary ‘Bama Ogletree started back to Texas and died on the way,” [from Louisiana] according to Helen B. Wasson. Place of burial is unknown.
Children born to them include:
Charles Thomas Ogletree born May 19, 1877
James Edward Ogletree born January 7, 1880
Martha Angeline Narcissa Gooing, daughter of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing, was born August 19, 1860 in Union Parish. She was married October 26, 1882 to John Ballard. He was the son of Andrew Jackson Ballard and Margaret Jane Furlow Ballard of Morehouse Parish, Louisiana.
He died in May 5, 1936, and she died February 22, 1949, according to Jim Ballard.
Children born to them include:
Areminta Jennie Ballard born September 12, 1884
Edgar Leonard Ballard born December 15, 1886
Rosa Lee Ballard born January 20, 1889
John Thomas Ballard born January 9, 1893
Hansford Heard Ballard born June 22, 1895
Emest Edward Ballard born March 17, 1897
Collins Ballard born November 11, 1898
Olive Fay Ballard born May 29, 1902
Edgar Leonard Ballard, son of John Ballard and Martha Angeline Narcissa Gooing Ballard, was born December 15, 1886 in Union Parish, Louisiana. He was married June 30, 1909 at Landerneau, Louisiana to Laura Dociere, daughter of Irenee Dociere and Lucretia B. Richardson Dociere. He died in August 1938. Laura Dociere Ballard died April 7, 1974 at Monroe, Louisiana.
Children born to them include:
Helen Louise Margaret Ballard born June 4, 1910
Stephen Dociere Ballard born April 19, 1912
Edgard Leonard Ballard, Jr. born June 11, 1914
John Irenee Ballard born April 10, 1916
Joseph Armand Ballard born Nov. 20, 1918
Marie Rosalie Ballard born 1921
Annie Laurie Ballard born 1923
Helen Louise Margaret Ballard, daughter of Edgar Leonard Ballard and Laura Dociere Ballard, was born at Farmerville, Louisiana June 4, 1910. She was married December 30, 1933 to Stanley E. Wasson. They were divorced June 13, 1958 at Monroe, Louisiana.
In 1986 she published “Our Kith and Kin,” a genealogical account of her ancestral families of Ballard, Farrar, Heard, Going/Gooing, Barnett, Bishop, Lewis, Douciere, Smith, Richardson, Kent, Youngblood and Collins families. In September 1992 she lived in Baton Rouge where she continued her research. She was a member of Daughters of the American Revolution, National Society of Colonial Dames and Gowen Research Foundation.
John Thomas Ballard, son of John Ballard and Martha Angeline Narcissa Gooing Ballard, was born January 9, 1893 at Conway, Louisiana in Union Parish. He was married there December 21, 1916 to Alethia Mae Ramsey. She was born November 15, 1894 to John Fletcher Ramsey and Mary Winifred “Mollie” Taylor of Union Parish. John Thomas Ballard died April 26, 1946 at Conway, and his wife died there March 6, 1949.
Children born to them include:
Ingram Ramsey Ballard born November 2, 1917
Ralph Irving Ballard born July 22, 1919
Sunshine Ballard born September 16, 1923
Pleas Laine Ballard born February 6, 1920
James Thomas Ballard born August 17, 1936
Ingram Ramsey Ballard, son of John Thomas Ballard and Alethia Mae Ramsey Ballard, was born November 2, 1917 in Union Parish. He was married December 26, 1938 to Catherine Canterberry. He died November 11, 1965 at Baton Rouge and was buried in Conway Cemetery in Union Parish.
Ralph Irving Ballard, son of John Thomas Ballard and Alethia Mae Ramsey Ballard, was born July 22, 1919 in Union Parish. He was married October 2, 1940 to Lillian Gilliland. He died November 16, 1950 in West Monroe, Louisiana and was buried in Chapel Hill Cemetery.
Sunshine Ballard, daughter of John Thomas Ballard and Alethia Mae Ramsey Ballard, was born September 16, 1923 in Union Parish. She was married March 2, 1942 to Wilson Lloyd Albritton, Jr.
Pleas Laine Ballard, son of John Thomas Ballard and Alethia Mae Ramsey Ballard, was born February 6, 1920 in Union Parish. He was married July 4, 1965 to Evelyn Simpson Senn. He died October 13, 1991 and was buried in Conway Cemetery.
James Thomas Ballard, son of John Thomas Ballard and Alethia Mae Ramsey Ballard, was born August 17, 1936 near Marion, Louisiana. He was married October 8, 1960 in Alexandria, Virginnia to Nancy Lou Hall of Franklin, Pennsylvania. In 1997 they lived in Vicksburg, Mississippi where he, a member of Gowen Research Foundation is active in the research of his family history.
Andrew Jackson Gooing, son of Andrew Martin Gooing and Areminta Barnett Gooing, was born September 24, 1863. He died at age one, April 13, 1865.
Matilda Jane Gooing, daughter of Pleasant Goings and Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb Goings, was born June 11, 1848, in Shelby County. She was married to James D. Lee about 1866. She died September 26, 1928 in Union Parish, Louisiana.
Children born to James D. Lee and Matilda Jane Goins Lee include:
Emma Susan Lee born April 24, 1868
Emma Susan Lee, daughter of James D. Lee and Matilda Jane Goins Lee, was born April 24, 1868 in Autauga County or Talapossa County, Alabama. She was married to Robert Alexander McLeod about 1890 in Union Parish. Emma Susan Lee died June 15, 1948 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
Children born to Robert Alexander McLeod and Emma Susan Lee McLeod include:
Sandy McLeod born August 23, 1892
Sandy McLeod, son of Robert Alexander McLeod and Emma Susan Lee McLeod, was born August 23, 1892 in Union Parish. He was married to Lillian Ada Albritton, December 9, 1914 in Union Parish. He died April 23, 1973 in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
Children born to Sandy McLeod and Lillian Ada Albritton McLeod include:
Vivian Lafay McLeod born August 30, 1917
Vivian Lafay McLeod, daughter of Sandy McLeod and Lillian Ada Albritton Mcleod, was born August 30, 1917 in Union Parish. She was married to James Howard “Jim” Bullock, June 12, 1937 in Franklin Parish, Louisiana. She died November 7, 1984 in Richland Parish, Louisiana.
Children born to James Howard “Jim” Bullock and Vivian Lafay McLeod Bullock include:
Ella Lafay “Fay” Bullock born November 25, 1940
Ella Lafay “Fay” Bullock, daughter of James Howard “Jim” Bullock and Vivian Lafay McLeod Bullock was born in Franklin Parish, Louisiana. She was married to William F. Kitchens, June 11, 1961 in Franklin Parish, Louisiana. In 1992 they continued in Monroe, Louisiana where she was active in family history research.
David Gooing, son of Pleasant Goins and Temperance Cooper Goins, was born about 1826.
William Gooing, son of Pleasant Goins and Temperance Cooper Goins, was born about 1832. He was enumerated in the 1870 census of Autauga County, Alabama, adjoining the household of his step-mother, Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb Goins.
Matilda Jane Gooing, daughter of Pleasant Goins and Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb Goins, was born June 11, 1848.
Margaret Gooing, daughter of Pleasant Goins and Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb Goins, was born about 1852. She was married August 4, 1870, shortly after the census was taken, to Joseph L. Littleton. “Joseph Littleton and Pink Littleton were living next door to Louisa Alice “Ally” Webb Goins when the 1870 census was taken,” according to Gay Kinney.
Children born to them include:
Fannie Littleton born about 1872
Louisiana Littleton born about 1875
Charlie Littleton born about 1878
Martin B. Gooing, son of Pleasant Gooing and Louisa Alice “Allie” Webb Gooing, was born about 1853, according to Gayle Kinney, a great-great granddaughter in a message dated May 7, 1998.
Children born to Martin B. Gooing include:
Fred B. Goins born in 1878
Fred B. Goins, railroad carpenter, who was born in 1878, and his wife, Ina Phillips Goins, a nurse, who was born at Junction City, Arkansas in 1890, were residents of Eros, Louisiana in 1908.
In 1920 Fred B. Goins, an inspector, and Ina Phillips Goins, a nurse roomed at 200 West Exchange, according to Ft. Worth, Texas city directory. In 1923 they lived at 282 Baltimore. He was employed as a car repairman for Ft. Worth & Denver Railroad.
They received a warranty deed from J. R. Black January 27, 1923 to a lot in Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 688, page 509. They sold the property back to J. R. Black November 28, 1923, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 812, page 152.
Children born to Fred B. Goins and Ina Phillips Goins are believed to include:
Hazel Goins born about 1905
Howard Martin Goins born February 16, 1908
Howard Martin Goins, second child of Fred B. Goins and Ina Phillips Goins, was born February 16, 1908 at Eros, Louisiana. He was married to Irene Kimbel December 24, 1933, according to Gregg County, Texas Marriage Book N, page 528. Of Irene Kimbel Goins nothing more is known.
Howard Martin Goins was married to Evelyn Rosenbaum September 23, 1939, according to Freestone County, Texas Marriage Book 15, page 133. Later Howard Martin Goins and Evelyn Rosenbaum Goins lived near Dallas, Texas. His birth certificate was recorded in Dallas County Birth Book 23, page 401. Hazel Goins Jeanes, believed to be his sister, of Dallas was the informant.
Howard Martin Goins received a warranty deed from J. E. Parriette April 2, 1945 to a lot in White Settlement, Texas, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1700, page 221. He and Evelyn Rosenbaum Goins lived at 615 Silver Creek Road from 1949 through 1962 in White Settlement. He was employed by Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation from 1949 through 1954, by Convair, its successor, from 1957 through 1961 and by Ft. Worth General Dynamics, its successor in 1962. No children were born to Howard Martin Goins and Evelyn Rosenbaum Goins. She died in May 1969.
Howard Martin Goins gave a warranty deed to J. N. Medley March 3, 1971 to his residence in White Settlement, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 5019, page 217.
Nettie Alberta Goins died July 1924 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 30, role 2, page 14776.
Randolph Goins died November 18, 1918 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 36, role 1, page 265.
Lucile Gowan died October 25, 1917 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 2, role 1, page 373.
P. Gowan was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Dallas County, with post office at Selma, Alabama:
Gowan, P. 37, born in South Carolina
Sarah L. 39, born in South Carolina, no
Sarah L. 3, born in Alabama”
Tommie E. Gowan died March 1931 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 11, role 2, page 5312.
John Thomas Ballard, 6219 E. Indiana Ave, Vicksburg, MS, 39180-5421
Barbara Bigelow Gooing, 3950 Homedale Road, #78, Klamath Falls, OR, 97603
Gay Kinney, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ella Lafay “Fay” Bullock Kitchens, 101 Jolly Roger, Monroe, LA, 71203, 318/343-6401
Helen B. Wasson, 326 Kenwood, Baton Rouge, LA, 70806, 504/926-6267
Ethel C. Gowen died July 28, 1953 in Dalls County according to Alabama Death Index, volume 32, certificate 15938, role 5.
Frances Wingfield Gowen died December 1924 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 52, role 2, page 25738.
Julien W. Gowen died February 1, 1941 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 7, certificate 3225, role 4.
Thomas B. Gowen July 13, 1951 in Dallas County according to Alabama Death index, volume 28, certificate 13926, role 5.