Alabama – Mobile County

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

Asa Goins died in 1930 in Mobile County according to Alabama Death index, volume 30, role 2, page 14707.
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Carrie Goins died October 1929 in Mobile County according to Alabama Death index, volume 8, role 2, page 3705.
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Henry Goins died May 15, 1916 in Mobile County according to Alabama Death index, volume 29, certificate 148, role 1.
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Josie Goins died August 23, 1915 in Mobile County according to Alabama Death index, volume 26, certificate 139, role 1.
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Paul G. Goins, a laborer and his wife Emma Goins, were living at 961 Lyons, according to the 1926 city directory of Mobile.
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Pauline C. Goins died June 1932 in Mobile County according to Alabama Death index, volume 26, role 2, page 12839.
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Alfred Gowan, negro, was enumerated as the head of a house­hold in the 1900 census of Mobile County, Enumera­tion District 102, page 3:

“Gowan, Alfred 44, born in May 1856 in NY, negro
Lucy 40, born in March 1860 in AL, negro
Maggie 15, born in July 1884 in AL, negro”
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Alva E. Gowan died April 26 1947 in Mobile County according to Alabama Death index, volume 17, certificate 8062, role 5.
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Sam H. Gowan was enumerated as the head of a household in the census of Mobile City, of 1830:

“Gowan, Sam H. white male 40-50
white female 40-50
white male 20-30
white male 10-15”
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Julius Gowens died July 27, 1908 in Mobile County according to Alabama Death index, volume 6, certificate 512, role 1.
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Lt. J. A. Gowin who died September 1, 1863 was buried in Row 14, Grave No. 41, Ceme­tery No. 768, Confederate Sec­tion of Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile, according to “Magnolia Cemetery” by Helen A. Thompson.
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Francois Guyon was a resident of Mobile at its founding, according to William W. Clark, 3173 Wayside Plaza, #118, Walnut Creek, California, 945906, a descendant. Mobile was founded in 1702 and was the capitol of the French province of Louisiana until 1720.

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