Alabama – Lawrence County

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms058.htm

No Gowens or spelling variations appeared in the 1820 Census of Lawrence County.
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Benjamin F. Goin, negro, was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Lawrence County, Enumera­tion District 78, page, living at Panhook, Alabama:

“Goin, Benjamin F. 66, born in April 1834 in
Alabama, negro
Rotha 70, born in April 1830 in
Virginia
Shackelford, Francis 22, born in November 1877 in
Alabama, grandson
Tennis 20, born in September 1879 in
Alabama, grandson”
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Martha Goin was married to Wiley Priner November 9, 1840, according to “Lawrence County, Alabama Marriages, 1818-1858.”

Riley Goin was married to Cynthia Wisner September 20, 1829, according to “Lawrence County, Alabama Marriages, 1818-1858.” Children born to Riley Goin and Synthis Wisner Goin are unknown.

Low Gowen, negro, age 73, appeared in the 1880 census of Lawrence County, as the head of a household in Enumera­tion District 81, page 7, Civil District 17:

“Gowen, Low 73, born in Tennessee, negro
Thomas 7, born in Tennessee, negro
Mack 8, negro
Frank 15, grandson, negro
Louis 6/12, grandson, negro”

William Gowen, mulatto born Alabama in 1832, was listed as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Lawrence County, Enumeration District 168, page 16, Moulton Dis­trict as:

“Gowen, William 48, born in Alabama
Elizabeth 37, born in Alabama
John 18, born in Alabama
Alfred 15, born in Alabama
James Allen 14, born in Alabama
Emmett 9, born in Alabama
Arthur 7, born in Alabama
Willie 5, born in Alabama
Tom 5/12, born in Alabama”
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H. H. Goins died June 19, 1910 in Lawrence County according to Alabama Death index, volume 15, certificate 231, role 1.
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Rotha Gowen died February 10, 1911 in Lawrence County according to Alabama Death index, volume 14, certificate 181, role 1.
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Robert Gowens died July 31, 1911 in Lawrence County according to Alabama Death index, volume 14, certificate 178, role 1.
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Charley Gowin, negro, was listed as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Lawrence County. The family was found in Enumeration District, page 19, Beat 1.
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James Gowin, negro, age 18, born in August 1881 in Alabama was enumerated in the 1900 census of Lawrence County, Enu­meration District 80, page 4 as a “boarder with Riley T. Stover.”

Mahosa Gowin was married September 30, 1830 to Henry Biva, according to “Lawrence County, Alabama Marriages, 1818-1858.”

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