Alabama – Marshall County

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

Curnell B. Goens died March 1937 in Marshall County according to Alabama Death index, volume 14, certificate 6868, role 3.
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Emma Goens died September 1939 in Marshall County according to Alabama Death index, volume 41, certificate 20190, role 3.
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No families of Gowen or variant spellings appeared in “Marshall County, Alabama Marriage Records, 1836-1848” Volume I by Christine Pendleton Jones.
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Andrew Goings, mulatto appeared in the 1870 census of Mar­shall County as the head of Household 550-550, Subdivi­sion 45, page 70, enumerated July 26, 1870 near Gun­tersville:

“Goings, Andrew 52, born in Tennessee, mulatto,
farmer, illiterate
Lucinda 60, born in Virginia, keeping house,
illiterate, mulatto
Elizabeth 26, born in Tennessee, mulatto”
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Albert Goins, Jr. died January 1932 in Marshall County according to Alabama Death index, volume 3, role 2, page 1451.
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William Goins, mulatto, a farm laborer born in 1857, was living in the household of Thomas Baker, negro, No. 88-88, Subdivi­sion No. 44, Township 7, Range 3, page 18 near Ken­nainer, Al­abama. He was enumerated June 30, 1870 as “William Goins, 13, farm la­borer, mulatto, born in Alabama, illiterate.”
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Pinkney Gowin, born in 1855, was enumerated in the 1870 cen­sus of Marshall County, page 2 in Household No. 7-9 on July 26, 1870 near Warrenton, Alabama as “Pinkney Gowin, 15, white male, born in Alabama.”

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