Mississippi – Claiborne County

CLAIBORNE CO, MS  (FamilySearch link:   https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Claiborne_County,_Mississippi_Genealogy  ).

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Link to a map:   1811 Plat Map of Port Gibson, Claiborne Co, MS
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/maps/detail/191267

Link to a map:  Claiborne Co, MS county plat map
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/maps/detail/191494

See Page for:  Thomas Going b. abt 1770-80

1802 Aug 25, Petition to Congress by Citizens of the Mississippi Territory. Pray that a land office be opened, and other subjects:
Signers to Petition, Sect 27: JOHN GOYNER
Signers to Petition, Sect 28: THOMAS GOWIN   
(Carter, Clarence Edwin. The Territorial Papers of the United States, Vol V, The Territory of Mississippi, 1798-1817, GOP: 1937, p. 174)

1807 Oct 21 – Mississippi Herald/Natchez Gazette, 21 October 1807 (Letters to be picked up at post office published)
Letters-J. Moore, Postmaster at Port Gibson, has the following letters in his office as of 01 October 1807: William Scott; Vance Scott; Rev. Thomas Sacley; Joshua Clark; Miss Sally Griffin; John Murdock; Stephen Bullock; James Milligan; William Pope; Mrs. Mary Elliot; Miss Rebecca Milborun; Hon. Peter Byan Bruin; Archibald Griffing; David M Farlane; Jesse Benton; Henry Trent; Rev Moles Floyd; Thomas Norris; Soloman Walker; William R Richey; Dr. Thomas Going; Berryman Watkins; Abner Wilfenson; Major John Barkley; Caleb Roberts; Caleb Roberts; Francis M’Cleland; Samuel Beach; Ignatus Flowers; William Dickson; James Thompson; Walter Slaughter; Colonel THomas White; James Knewlard; John Boothe; Mrs. Harriet Turnbull; John Saxon; Joseph D Lewis; Roger Gypson; Joshua Rundle; Joshua Rundie; David Spurlock; Solomon Walker.

1808 Claiborne Co tax list shows
Thomas Gowing listed as a Doctor – 0 land, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 4 slaves.
(First appearance on tax or census list)   http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/510/detail/102669

1809 May 20:  Noted in transaction – 1819 Feb 25:  Thomas Going conveys to Israel Loring, for $6500 paid by Israel Loring a lot in the Town of Port Gibson described as Lot No 3, Lot No 4, Lot No 5, in square No 9 as by reference. Lot No 3 being formerly deeded to Thomas Going by Saml Gibson and wife on March 23, 1811. Lots 4 and 5 having also been granted to Thomas Going by Abian and Elizabeth Smith on May 20, 1809 which last mentione lots were conveyed to the said Hunt and Smith by indenture bearing date of April 6, 1808 by Robt Ashley. Signed: Thos Going. Wits: John Hankinson, Amos Whiting.  bk F, p 19 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1810 US Census Claiborne Co MS with Thomas Going – 1 free person of color, 4 slaves.
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1810 Claiborne Co MS Census
Thomas Going – 0 white males, 0 white females, 1 free person of color, 4 slaves (land not listed on this census).
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/486/detail/35183

1811 – The American Beginnings In The Old Southwest by William Baskerville Hamilton
Page 392 – ….subscribed to it heartily, found in 1797 that there was a strong prejudice against bleeding around Natchez, and reported the recovery of Daniel Clark from a fever as a case in point. Clark had been reading a paper of Rush on yellow fever, bled himself, and fully recovered. But as Winans remembered the stat of practice in the territory when he arrived (1811) the prejudice had disappeared, and the doctors were murderous with their bleeding, purging, and evacuation. The only doctor he remembered who did not subscribe to the system was Dr. Going, a mulatto physician of Port Gibson.

1811 March 23 Thomas Going from Samuel Gibson and wife Rebecka, a certain lot of land in the town of Gibson Port in the S Fork of Bayau Pierre. In Plan of Town – Number 3 in square number 9. Signed: Saml Gibson, and Rebecka Gibson. Wits: J Moore, Mary Trimble. bk C, p 275. Claiborne Co, MS   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-79XN-Z?i=483&cat=253363

1813 May – Thomas Going’s account for $16.50 is noted on Estate of Gade Gibson decd. Orphans Court Records 1815-1821. pg 16. Claiborne Co, MS.
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1813 May – Estate of John Ragsdale decd, Dr. Going’s bill for $15 is noted. Orphans Court Records 1815-1821. pg 17. Claiborne Co, MS. https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005838627_00180

1816 Claiborne Co MS Census (land not listed)
Thomas Going – 0 white people, 1 free person of color, 3 slaves.
Samuel Going – 0 white people, 10 free persons of color.    Listed adjacent to each other on census.  http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/series/486/detail/34940  (Note:  first appearance of Samuel Going on taxlist or census).

1817 Jan 11 conveyance date – reconveyed due to lost deed on 1819 Jan 9: Prosper King and Susannah his wife of Adams Co, MS convey to Thomas Going of Claiborne Co, MS for $3424.00 convey to Thomas Going a tract of land on the south fork of the Bayou Pierre containing 242 acres and 45/100 of an acre on the north bank of Bayou Pierre on the mandamus line, and along the Bayou Pierre. A second and last tract of land containing 100 acres on Samuel Gibson’s line, (it being the same two tracts of land which was deeded by Prosper King and Susannah his wife to Thomas Going on the 11th day of January 1817, which deed of conveyance has been lost. Signed: Prosper King. Wits: Hezekiah Clark, Abram Mayberry. bk F, pg 167 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1818 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 500 acres, 3 slaves, 2 white polls, 0 free persons of color.
Samuel Going – 416 acres, 0 slaves, 1 white poll, 0 free persons of color. http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1818/Combined/5

1818 Feb 16 – Going, Nancy – Charles Stewart – Feb. 16, 1818 Marriage Contracting Parties

1818 March term – David Hunt v Thomas Goinghttps://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005832165_00443

1818 March term – Nancy Wooldridge ext v Going and James Fox Going
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1818 March term – David Vertner v. Thomas Going
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1818 Apr 27: Thomas Going doctor of medicine in the Town of Port Gibson for $550.00 receives a lot of land in Port Gibson from John Wood, Elizabeth B Wood his wife of Adams Co, MS, Armstrong Ellis, and Charlotte Ellis his wife of Jefferson Co, MS and Cowles Mead agent for Littleton L Henderson executor for William King decd of Washington Co, Va. Said lot being on the east side of Port Gibson on the south fork of Bayou Purre on SW corner of John Anthony’s lot, on east side of Farmers Street, containing 3 and 1/2 acres conveyed by Samuel Gibson and wife to said Ellis, Wood and Co on June 6, 1807.   Signed: John Wood, Elizabeth B Wood, Armstrong Ellis, Charlotte M Ellis, Cowles Mead agent.  Wits:  John Lackey, Jacob Fake.   bk F, pg 179.  Claiborne Co, MS.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-3S2M-F?i=334&cat=253363  1820 April 28 – Mrs Charlotte Ellis, widow, acknowledged that she signed the deed from John Wood to Thomas Going on pg 179. , bk F, p 206 Claiborne Co, MS.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-3SK2-1?i=350&cat=253363

1818 Sept term – David Hunt v Thomas Going
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1818 Sept term – Going and James v Ann Bradshears
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1818 Sept term – David Vertner v. Thomas Going
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1818 Dec 14: Thos Going then signs a quit-claim deed regarding the above April 27, 1818 transaction to Saml Hoit.  Signed: Thomas Going.  Wit:  Oren Faulk.  bk F p 182.  Claiborne Co, MS.
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1819 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 350 acres, 1 white poll, 0 free persons of color, 3 slaves.
Samuel Going – 416 acres, 1 white poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves. http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1819/Combined/7

1819 Feb 6 – TOLL BRIDGES
By An act, to authorize Thomas Going to erect and keep a toll bridge over the south fork of Bayou Pierre at Port Gibson passed Feb 6, 1819 . . .
The Revised Code of the Laws of Mississippi in which are Comprised All Such Acts of the General Assembly of a Public Nature, as were in force at the end of the year 1828 , Summary of Private and Local Acts. Pg. 581. https://books.google.com/books?id=Ah5GAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA581&lpg=PA581&dq=%22Thomas+Going%22,+Port+Gibson,+Mississippi&source=bl&ots=lMqd2AYJVU&sig=qqY1yJogwzQDXS0ughO2ah2yhew&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjgiu35q-zZAhUDXlMKHYZfDdAQ6AEINDAC#v=onepage&q=%22Thomas%20Going%22%2C%20Port%20Gibson%2C%20Mississippi&f=false

1819 Feb 25:  Thomas Going conveys to Israel Loring, for $6500 paid by Israel Loring a lot in the Town of Port Gibson described as Lot No 3, Lot No 4, Lot No 5, in square No 9 as by reference. Lot No 3 being formerly deeded to Thomas Going by Saml Gibson and wife on March 23, 1811. Lots 4 and 5 having also been granted to Thomas Going by Abian and Elizabeth Smith on May 20, 1809 which last mentione lots were conveyed to the said Hunt and Smith by indenture bearing date of April 6, 1808 by Robt Ashley. Signed: Thos Going. Wits: John Hankinson, Amos Whiting.  bk F, p 19 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1819 March term – David Hunt v Thomas Going
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1819 March term – Going and James v Ann Bradshears
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1819 March term – David Vertner v. Thomas Going
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1819 March term – Joseph Nichols and wife v Thomas Going.
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1819 April 20:  Thos Going for $50 conveys to Saml Hoit the lot being on the east side of Port Gibson on the south fork of Bayou Purre on SW corner of John Anthony’s lot, on east side of Farmers Street, containing 3 and 1/2 acres conveyed by Samuel Gibson and wife to said Ellis, Wood and Co on June 6, 1807. bk F, p 8, Claiborne Co, MS.
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1819 Feb 20 – Israel Loring for $1750.00 conveys to Thomas Going the following lots of land in the Town of Port Gibson, lot No 3, 4, and 5, in square number 9 by reference to the town plat. Signed: Israiel Loring. WIts: John Hankinson, Amos Whiting. bk F, pg 70 Claiborne Co, MS.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-3SKP-N?i=275&cat=253363

1819 Sept term – Daniel Vertner v. Thomas Going
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1819 Sept term – Jos Nichols etux v Thomas Going
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1820 Claiborne Co MS taxroll – No Going Listings
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1820/Combined/3

1820 Feb 10 – Going, Thomas – Salley Allen – Feb. 10, 1820 Marriage Contracting Parties

1820 March term – J. Nichols etux v Thomas Going
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1820 Sept term – J. Nichols and wife v Thomas Going
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1820 Sept term – Nancy Wooldridge v Thomas Going
Going and James v Ann Brashear
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1821 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 350 acres, 0 polls, 1 free person of color, 7 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1821/Combined/7

1822 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 350 acres, 0 white polls, 1 free person of color, 10 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1822/Combined/8

1822 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Samuel Going – 208 acres, 0 white polls, 1 free person of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1822/Combined/13

1823 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 370 acres, 0 white polls, 1 free person of color, 10 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1823/Combined/2

1823 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Samuel Going – 208 acres, 0 white polls, 1 free person of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1823/Combined/4

1823 May Term
Going vs Haring
State of Mississippi
Claiborne County
Pleas before the Worshipful Peter A. VanDorn, Presiding Justice of the County Court, and Daniel Burnet and Thomas Freeland his associates esquires. at a court holden in and for the County aforesaid at the court House thereof, on Tuesday the 13th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty three
Be it remembered that on the day and year aforesaid, James Cornell a Justice of the peace in and for the said county sent into our said court a transcript from his docket which is in the words and figures following to wit
Thomas Going vs. C. Haring, I said 21st april 1823 Ret 1st May. Service acknd. C. Haring May 1st Judgment for Defendant and that plaintiff pay $1.25 cost. Appeal granted Plft – Transcript. James Cornell (seal) and the said Justice Cornell also sends therewith all the papers ascertaining to the Said cause, including a Bond executed by the said plantiff in the sum of two dollars and fifty cents with A. J. Walton his security conditioned as is directed by the Statute in such cases made and provided
And the said Thomas Going on this day and year above mentioned by Amos Whiting Esquire his Attorney comes into court and complains verbally to our said court for against the said C. Haring for this to wit. that he the said Going is entitled by law to the exclusion privilege of Keeping a ferry for the transportation of passengers and others across the Bayou Pierre at Port Gibson and for the distance of one mile above and below the foot (or post) of Main Street in the said town, and yet that the said Haring not regarding the provisions of the aforesaid Statute hath kept a ferry across the Said creek within the distance above mentioned, to the great damage of the plaintiff and the plaintiff further alleges that according to law, he is entitled to recover the sum of ten dollars for every offence in transporting passengers, which said sum the said defendant is justly indebted to him and neglects and refuses to pay, although often thereto requested:
And the plaintiff further alleges that the judgement of said Justice Cornell is erroneous and unjust and ought to be reversed and that said C. Haring by Joseph L. Gibbs esquire his attorney comes into court, and pleads and defends verbally and says, that he is not so indebted to the plaintiff as he hath declared against him, because he the said Going has forfeited and is not entitled to the exclusive privilege so as aforesaid alleged and of this he prays the court to inquir and the plantiff doth the like
Whereupon the said court proceeded to inquire diligently and particularly by into the matter in controversy, and it is finally considered by the Court, that the plaintiff recover against the said Defendant the sum of ten dollars together with his costs by him about his suit in his behalf expended as well before The said Justice as in this court and the defendant in mercy Ye.

1823 May 13 – Thomas Going v C Haring – 216-218. Peace and County Court Records. 1803-1829. pg 216-218. Claiborne Co, MS.
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1824 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 370 acres, 0 white polls, 1 free person of color, 11 slaves.
Samuel Going – 416 acres, 0 white polls, 1 free person of color, 0 slaves. http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1824/Combined/6

1825 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 270 acres, 0 white polls, 1 free person of color, 8 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1825/Combined/8

1825 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Samuel Going – 416 acres, 0 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1825/Combined/9

1826-27 Thomas Going from Joseph Nicholls bk I, p 40 Claiborne Co, MS.
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18– (unk year – mixed in with 1836 year, but obviously not for 1836) Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 670 acres, 2 white males, 8 slaves
Samuel Going – 212 acres, 0 white males, 0 slaves
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1836/Combined/87

1827 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Samuel Going – 212 acres, 0 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1827/Combined/12

1827 Claiborne Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 670 acres, 2 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 8 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1827/Combined/13

1827 June 4 – Jonathan McCabb for $432.00 conveys to Samuel Going a parcel of land on the east part of a factional section twelve in Township 12 of Range 4 E of lands sold at Washington, Mississippi, and bounded on the south by lands granted to Samuel McCall and now owned by Jonathan McCabb, on the east by lands granted to David McCabb, and on the north by vacant land, and on the west by a Bayou known as McCabbs Bayou which separates it from the lands of Jonathan McCabb. Containing 216 acres. Signed: Jonathan McCabb. Wit: Lewis Cronly, Louisa Cronly, Samuel Shearman. bk N, p 142 Claiborne Co, MS.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-7SGW-V?i=362&cat=253363

1827 Dec “Port Gibson, December, 1827”
“Messrs. REYNOLDS, BYRNE & Co.”
“Gentlemen: Our friend, Mr. Chester Haring, to assist him in business, may require your aid from time to time, either by acceptance or endorsement of his paper or advances in cash. In order to save you from harm by so doing, we do hereby bind ourselves severally and jointly to be responsible to you at any time for a sum not exceeding $8,000 should the said Chester Haring fail to do so. Your obedient servants,”
“JAMES S. DOUGLASS”
“JOHN G. SINGLETON”
THOMAS GOING”  http://supreme.justia.com/us/32/113/case.html

1828 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 670 acres – 1 white poll, 0 free persons of color, 15 slaves;
Samuel Going – 212 acres – 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1828/Combined/10

1829 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 670 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, and 17 slaves
Samuel Going – 212 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, and 0 slaves
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1829/Combined/8

1828-29 Thomas Going from D D Downing bk K, p 69 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1829-30 Thomas Going from C Haring bk L, p 198 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1829-30 Thomas Going from Joseph Nicolls and wife bk L, p 199 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1829-30 Thos Going to B F Stockton bk L p 322 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1829-30 Thos Going to Israel Loring bk L, p 330 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1830 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Samuel Going – 212 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
William Going – 0 land, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1830/Combined/12

1830 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 670 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 18 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1830/Combined/13

1831 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 522 acres – 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 16 slaves,
Samuel Going – 212 acres – 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves,
William Going – 0 land – 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves,
Lewis Going – 0 land – 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves,
John Going – 0 land – 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
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1832 Jan 14 – Thomas Going and Sarah Going wife of said Thomas Going of Claiborne Co, MS for $500 convey to Duncan C McLeod of the County and State aforesaid, a tract containing 50 acres on the western half of a hundred acre tract late owned by the said Going in Section 5 of Township 11 Range 2 E and the boundaries more or less as represented (by drawing). Signed: Thomas Going, Sarah Going. bk M, p 398 Claiborne Co, MS.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-7SG8-H?i=206&cat=253363

1832 Feb 11: 1832 Feb 11 – Joseph F Gibbs, late of Port Gibson, Claiborne Co, MS died seized and possessed of a tract of land fractional section 38 in Township 12 and Range 3 E, containing 280 acres and at the decease of said Joseph F Gibbs the said tract was sold by David D Downing to Thomas Going for $2000.00 to Downing paid by Going on March 18, 1828. Isaac Gibbs and Ann wife of said Isaac father and mother of said Joseph S deceased and Hannah G Gibbs, Louisa Gibbs, Margaretta F Gibbs, Benjamin Gibbs and Isaac Gibbs Junior, brothers and sisters of the said Joseph S Gibbs decd all of the County of New Castle in the State of Delaware, for $2000.00 aforesaid, do sell unto the said Thomas Going his heirs and assigns forever the tract aforesaid. Signed: Isaac Gibbs, Ann Gibbs, Hannah G Gibbs, Louisa Gibbs, Margaretta F Gibbs, Benjamin Gibbs, Isaac Gibbs Jr. Wit: A Macbeth, George Russell, A Bradley. , bk M, p 367 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1832 May 3 – David Hunt and Ann F wife of said David Hunt of Jefferson Co, MS, for $5000.00 paid by Thomas Going of the Town of Port Gibson, Claiborne Co, MS convey to Thomas Going lots in Port Gibson near the banks of the Bay of Pierre the one beginning at a post on the bank of said Bayou running east, containing 12 and 1/2 acresbeing same sold by Peter A Vandom to Robert Thompson on Dec 6, 1807, and by further conveyances to the present grantors. And also 9 acres bounded west by the fractional square 11 herafter mentioned south by the lot originally owned by the Anthonys and now by Benjamin Smith and east by the lot of 12 and a quarter acres aforesaid. And also fractional square number eleven in said Town situate at the lower end of Main St, and adj the Bayou Pierre as represented in the Plat of said Town. Signed: David Hunt, Ann F Hunt. Wit: Alex Montgomery. bk M, p 361 Claiborne Co, MS.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-7SG6-D?i=187&cat=253363

1832 Oct 29 – Thomas Going and Sarah Going wife of said Thomas, of Claiborne Co, MS, to Lewis Stowers in consideration of $4150.00, Thomas Going and wife Sarah Going convey land about 3 miles from the Town of Port Gibson in Claiborne Co, MS. Containing together 415 acres – first of which said tracts containing 335 acres and being a part of Section 36 and 37 of fractional section 38 in Township No 12 of Range No 3 E and bounded (described in deed), the second of said tracts containing 80 acres on the west part of Fractional section no 30 of said Township 12, of Range 3 E, (described in deed). Signed: Thomas Going, Sarah Going. bk M, p 479 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1833 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Samuel Going’s estate – 212 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves,
Lewis Going, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves,
John Going, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves,
William Going, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
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1833 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 500 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 20 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1833/Combined/14

1833 Saml Going to M A Going bk A p 281 Claiborne Co, MS.

1833 Apr 3 – Thomas Going of the Town of Port Gibson, Claiborne Co, MS became first endorser on a note given or drawn by John S Hendershot for $400.00 dated April 3, 1833, and payable at the office of Discount and speosit of the Planters Banks of the State of Mississippi on Feb 1, 1834, where John S Hendershot desires securing Thomas Goingfrom any loss by reason of said endorsement gives this indenture entered on April 3, 1833. In consideration of said endorsement, and sum $5.00 paid by Thomas Going, convey a negro woman slave named Choicy abt 32 years of age, John S Hendershot shall well and truly pay and satisfy the said note for $400.00 when payable . . . if not paid, then the said negro woman named Choicy is conveyed to said Thomas Going. Signed: J S Hendershot. Wit: F B Lee.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLG-7SGS-T?i=348&cat=253363

1833 Apr 26 Sam Going will – wife Betsey, and her four children Martha A, Elizabeth, Ellenor, and Josia Going.  Son William Going as executor. Wits: Wm H Wych, Jno McCaleb, Humphrey Shearman. Claiborne, Miss, USA. Will Bk B, pg 124. Claiborne Co, MS.  https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=try&db=USProbateMS&h=1485629

1833 Sept 16 – To his Honour the judge of probate for Claiborne County – Sir, I hereby resign my right as widow of Samuel Going to the administration of his Estate in favour of his Brother Thomas Going who I wish to have the entire management of same as I am not cabable of attending that business. Signed: Alizabeth Going. Truly Recorded: Lucas Gee clk. Orphans Court Record Vol F 1832-1834. pg 250. Claiborne Co, MS. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9QX-MPND?i=414&cc=2036959&cat=628999

1833 Sept 23 – Thomas Going admr of Samuel Going decd – Bond. We Thomas Going, Francis B Lee and S O Bridewell of Claiborne Co, MS are bound to Volney Stamps esq Judge of Probate for $1000 good and lawful money . . . Thomas Going with the will annexed of all the goods chattels and credits of Samuel Going decd do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of said deceased . . . Signed: Thomas Going, F B Lee, S O Bridewell. Court Minutes, 1830-1835 pg 362-363. Claiborne Co, MS
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1833 Sept 23 – To Alfred L Robinson, Joseph F Brook, Humphrey Shearman, Jonathan McCabb and William Clark . . . this is to authorize any three of your jointly to appraise the estate of Samuel Going decd. Orphans Court Record Vol F 1832-1834. pg 262. Claiborne Co, MS.
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1833 Oct 8 – Humphrey Shearman, A L Robinson, and Joseph F Brook file their appraisment of the estate of Samuel Going decd amounting to $180.12. Appraisal filed with court on Oct 24, 1833 by Thomas Going, admin. Orphans Court Record Vol F 1832-1834. pg 263. Claiborne Co, MS.
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1833 Nov 25 – Thomas Going files report with court re claims against estate of Samuel Going and that amount of estate is not sufficient for the purpose, and that the property is needed to support the deceaseds family. Petitions for an order to sell real estate of decd to pay said debt. Orphans Court Record Vol F 1832-1834. pg 318. Claiborne Co, MS.
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1834 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 500 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 24 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1834/Combined/14

1834 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Samuel Going’s estate – 212 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1834/Combined/15

1834 Jan 27 – Port Gibson – admin of estate of Samuel Going decd had advertised the sale of the personal property of estate according to law . . . widow of the deceased purchased the whole of the personal property for the support and maintenance of family. Signed: Thomas Going admin. Orphans Court Record Vol F 1832-1834. pg 369. Claiborne Co, MS.
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1834 May 15 – Thomas Going of Claiborne Co, MS admin of estate of Samuel Going decd late of the County and State, conveys to Jonathan McCabb of Claiborne Co, MS, by order of probate court to sell estate of Samuel Going decd to settle the debts of said estate, at public auction on May 10, 1830 sold the real estate of said Samuel Going decd, sold for $636.00 the highest bidder, conveys a tract of land in Claiborne Co, MS on the north fork of Bayou Pierre being the east part of fractional section 12, in Township 12, of Range 4 E, of lands sold at Washington, Mississippi and bound south by lands granted to Samuel McCall and now owned by Jonathan McCabb, on the east by lands granted to David McCabb, and north by vacant land, and west by a Bayou known by the name of McCabbs Bayou, which separates it from the lands of Jonathan McCabb, containing 216 acres. Signed: Thomas Going. bk N p 556 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1835 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 500 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 9 slaves
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1835-36 Thomas Going from J W Thomson and wife bk P, pg 74 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1835-36 Thomas Going from B Watkins and wife, bk P, pg 78 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1836 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Going – 275 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 11 slaves
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1836/Combined/12
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1837 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thomas Gowin – 0 land, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves,
Thomas Going – 250 acres, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 3 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1837/Combined/13

1837 Thos Going to Benj Smith Bk Q, p 324 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1838, list of acts passed at the regular sessions of the MS Legislature
To authorize THOMAS GOING to erect and keep a toll bridge over the south fork of the Bayou Pierre at Port Gibson (The Souther Star, Vol I, No 17, Sat Mar 17, 1838 published at Gallatin, MS seen in Family Trails, Vol 6, No 2, Nov 1982)

1838 March 26 – Probate court order to appraise estate of Thomas Going decd. To Angus Morrison, Jesse Lot, James Cartub(?), Daniel Williams, and John Morrison of Hinds Co and said state . . . auth you or any three of you jointly to appraise the goods, chattels and personal estate of Thomas Going late of Claiborne County, decd. Court Records, Vol H 1836-1839. pgs 360. Claiborne Co, MS
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Application for letters of Admin – by F B Lee : https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9QX-MQPF?i=684&cc=2036959&cat=628829

1838 July 1st – Report of the sales of a part of the personal estate of Thomas Going late of Claiborne Co, MS. People named purchasers at estate: David Davenport, R J Bland, James Gamble(?), Wiley Dillard, David Genson, Thomas White, John Nall, W F Dillen, Allen Davis, Jas H Newman, T D Hogg, John Wetherall, James M Smith, C W Wilson, James Watson, C Holly. Total sales: $1081.25. Signed: F B Lee administrator of Thomas Going. Court Records, Vol H 1836-1839. pgs 359. Claiborne Co, MS
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1838 July 17 – Estate of Thomas Going decd – appraisal – Mr Angus Morrison, Jesse Lott, and James Cathell(?) do swear (to the appraisal of the estate attached). July 17, 1838.
Estate is ennumerated – names of slaves:
Names of adult male slaves: Elijah, Jack, Wash, Bill, Hance, Jim, Melton.
Names of “boy” slaves: Big Lewis, Little Lewis, Jackson, Dick, Lem, Samay, David, Boothe, Little George, Alford, Henry.
Women slaves: Polly, Joicy, Frances, Big Susan, Little Susan, Ellinor, Sally, Amanda, Sarah, Jain.
Names of girl slaves: Manah, Mary Watkinson, Mary Remaal (?), Fanny, Mary Jain.
(10 Horses and equipment for horses named as well) total value of this appraisal was $28,103.00
Court Records, Vol H 1836-1839. pgs 360-362. Claiborne Co, MS
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1838 July 23 – State of Mississippi to James R Wright, Duncan McDougall, James M Sutton, Benjamin Hughes, and W H D Denny(?) . . . this to authorize you or any three of you to jointly appraisl the goods, chattels and personal estate of Thomas Going, late of Claiborne Co, decd, so far as they come to your light and knowledge . . . Jas R Wright, J M Sutton, and W H D Denny signed.
The following day . . .
1838 July 24 – Jas R Wright, Jas M Sutton, and W H D Denny certified their appraisal of one slave boy named George for $1100.00.
Vol H 1836-1839. pgs 368. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00208

1838 Aug 25 – Report of Sale of Estate of Thomas Going decd. George sold for $1210.00. Vol H 1836-1839. pgs 370. Claiborne Co, MS
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1838 Sept term – N McDougall judge of Probate Court of Claiblorne Co, MS. Petition of Francis B Lee, admin of estate of Thomas Going decd, shows that he has not as yet been able to ascertain the true amount of the debts of the estate of said decd in consequence of the ? not having presented their claimes that therefore in sums of upward of $60,000.00 against the said estate – the personal estate amounts to little over $30,000.00 – that the extate of the decd owns a large quantity of land to wit a tract in Claiborne Co, a tract in Hinds Co, a tract in Madison Co, and a tract in Yazoo Co – much of which is cultivated. Tract in Madison Co . . . 120 acres, Hinds Co 850 acres – suggestion is to sell the tracts in Hinds and Madison Counties, and use the slave labor on the lands in Claiborne and Yazoo Counties. Signed: F B Lee admin of est of Thomas Going decd. Signed: N M McDougall probate judge. Vol H 1836-1839. pgs 398. Claiborne Co, MS
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1839 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
Thos Going estate – 0 land, 0 polls, 0 free persons of color, 1 slave.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1839/Combined/17

1839 Feb 13 – F B Lee files a report on the sale of the Real Estate belonging to the estate of Thomas Going late of Claiborne County, decd.
Sold 850 acres in Hinds County to Witson F Dillon for $7497.00
Sold 100 acres in Madison County to Thomas O McDonald for $2000.00.
Sold 500 bushels of corn to Witson F Dillon for $500.00.
Total sales: $9997.00
Signed: F B Lee. Signed: N McDougall probate judge.
Vol H 1836-1839. pgs 472. Claiborne Co, MS
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1839 March term – Dr Francis B Lee admr of Thomas Going, decd – Accounting on Estate.
People paid: W H D Denny, Yazoo County, James R Wright, Sheriff Bland, R W Campbell, Campbell and Smith, CampbellButler, R W Campbell, Joshua E Martin, Moore Conway(?), W S Poindexter, Josiah Rumain tax collector, G E Beauchamp, N McDougal, Duncan McDougall, Hastings and Gresson, Eli C Briscoe, David Kirby, James Cachall, James Scott, Martha Going, Man of Moody, Rorie Robinson, Taylor and Hoage, Charles Mclain, James D King, Elish Wicturder(?), J Callman, Jas A Maxmur, Ms Harcourt.
Money recd: Several entries for cash from ferry, From John W Thomson on motgage held by Going on a town lot. From Eli C Mercer(?), From J O Person note, From F Patton, from R W Campbell, Duncan McDougall, W F and James N Dillon, W F and James N Dillon, Benjamin Watkins, Hale and Kelly, D F McCarty, Sheriff Bland, Geo W Woodbury, Rich Downs, J Doherty, Butler and Forbes, Davis and Thomas, J O Pearson, Richard Downs, W H D Denny, Bush and Coleman, N McDougall, Jos O Pinson, James Dimat, N L Taylor tax collector Hinds Co, Ms Smith, Peter Bunt(?), Osborn and Brother, C C Davidson, A J Johnson, B Dardison, Joshua Kelly.
E T Going paid as overseer of Yazoo County Plantation.
Court Records, Vol H 1836-1839 pgs 502 – 507. Claiborne Co, MS
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1839 May 29 – Petition of Francis B Lee admin of Thomas Going decd estate. Petition to sell tracts in Claiborne Co due to debts still owed – tract 243 acres, tract 100 acres, including toll bridge and houses. Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 43-44. Claiborne Co, MS.  https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00333

1839 Sept 7 – Report of sale of part of the real estate of Thomas Going decd estate, by F B Lee, admin. 263 acres of land including Toll Bridge and the dwelling house on the south side of the south fork of the Bayou Pierre and 243 acres on the north side of the same and containing in all 263 acres, sub to a mortgage to F B Lee for said premises for $12,100 due Jan last 1839. Sold to Duncan McDougall for $86.00. Stock of hogs 65 head more or less to Duncan McDougall for $175.00. 15 head of cattle to Duncan McDougall $150.00. From 3-400 bushels of corn D McDougall $421.81. 2 horses waggons and harness to Duncan McDougall $260.00. Negro Sam and little daughter Maria – Duncan McDougall $1500.00. Old woman Betty and William her grandson (a little boy) $775.00. Total $3347.81. Signed: F B Lee. Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 70-71. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00348

1839 Sept 9 – Francis R Lee admin of estate of Thomas Going decd to Duncan McDougall of Claiborne Co, MS, published in the Port Gibson Correspondent a newspaper in the Town of Port Gibson, auction estate to pay debts owed to highest bidder a tract of land on the north side of the south fork of Bayou Pierre on the South bank of said Bayou, standing above the Toll house near the end of Goings Bridge, near Mandamus line, along side of Bayou Pierre, containing abt 243 acres. And also, a parced on the south side of said fork of the Bayou Pierre being the same piece or parce of land which was deeded by Alijah Hunt and wife to said Thomas Going decd including the dwelling house of the said Going decd near the Toll Bridge together with said Toll Bridge and houses and buildings belingong to the said tract containing 20 acres, to Duncan McDougall the highest bidder for sum of $86.00. Signed: F R Lee admr of Thos Going. Proved up on Sept 9, 1839 by Nicholas McDougall and Franciss R Lee admin of estate of Thomas Going decd. Signed: A McDougall – Probate Judge. bk T, p 170 Claiborne Co, MS.
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1839 Sept 26 – Petition by F B Lee to sell all remaining land to satisfy debts. He believes that the amount of $40,000 will still remain to be provided for and to satisfied. It will require the sale of the rest of Thomas Going decd estate both real and personal, to satisfy the remaining claims. Land in Yazoo County 81 acres, 80 acres, 160 acres, 680 acres, 114 and 1/2 an acre, 641 and 3/4 acres – containing in all the above described tracts 1758 acres more or less. Signed: F B Lee admr. Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 80-81. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00353

1840 Jan 13 – Report of sale of the personal estate of Thomas Going decd by admin Francis B Lee in Yazoo County – Lists sale of slaves:
1) Eliza, Polly and Davy – sold to Thomas Parks
2) Jack, Jocy, Alfred and Henry – sold to H H Wood
3) Wash and Sarah – sold to Wood
4) Bill, Ellen, and child Nelson – sold to Wood
5) Jim and Big Susan – sold to Wood
6) Frances and her child – sold to Wood
7) Sally and child – sold to N Parks
Lem and Landry – sold to Parks
George and Dock – sold to Parks
Jackson and Milton – sold to Parks
Chester and Harvey – sold to Parks
Booth and Mariah – sold to Parks
Susan and Mary Wilkinson – sold to Parks
Amanda and Jane – sold to Parks
Mary, Randall, and Fanny – sold to Parks
Total sales of slaves: $28,096.00
Other sales of the personal estate list several other people – included of interest are sales to William Going – a watch, J Going a set of chairs.
Total sales: $29,570.19.
1750 acres of land and improvements sold to Wood – $8877.90.
Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 139-140. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00382

1840 March term – Accounting – annual report by F B Lee of accounting on Thomas Going decds estate. Included in those paid are the names of: E T Going, John P Going, Thomas Going note and interest. Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 132-134. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00379

1840 Dec term – On app of James H Maury on behalf of creditors of est of Thomas Going decd, ordered that persons having claims against said est be allowed till the 4th Monday in Jan next for bringing and proving their claims. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 96. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00636

1841 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
William Gowins – 700 acres, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 1 slave.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1841/Combined/13
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1841/Combined/53

1841 Jan term – Ordered report of commissioners on Est of Thomas Going decd be recd, Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 106. Claiborne Co, MS  https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00641

1841 Jan term – Ordered that additl report of Commissioners of insolvency on Est of Thomas Going decd disallowing certain claims be recd and recorded.
Decision regarding the disallowing Thomas Stones claim for $2900 against est of Thomas Going decd. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 114-115. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00645

1841 Jan 25 – Commissioners appointed (by Orphans Court in the April term of 1840) to receive, audit, and report claims against the estate of Thomas Going decd file their report with the court.
Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 248-249. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00439

1841 Jan 28 – Commissioners file a supplement to the claims against the estate of Thomas Going decd.  Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 254. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00442

1841 Feb term – Ordered that the rept of the referees re claim of the Grand Gulf Rail Road and Banking Company for $750 and a claim of the Planters Bank for $900 and also a claim of Thomas Stone for $2900 against est of Thomas Going decd, and also the rept of same referees on a claim of Wm E Holly agane for the foreign Board of Commissioners for the sum of $666 agt the Est of Thomas Going be recd and recorded. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 119. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00647

1841 Feb term – Ordered that Charles W Wilson and William Davis commissioners of insolvency on Est of Thomas Going decd be paid $3 per day for 7 days. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 129. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00652

1841 Feb 10 – Claims of the Grand Gulf Rail Road and Banking Company against the Estate of Thomas Going decd for payments missed since 1838.
Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 258-59. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00444

1841 May term – On pet of Agricultural Bank of Mississippi the court orders the claim of said Bank be referred to Charles W Wilson, WHD Denny and William Davis as commissioners to report the same as a valid claim against said estate of Thomas Going. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 171-172. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00674

1841 June term – Ordered that the rept of the Commisioners on Est of Thomas Going decd re claim of Agricultural Bank of Miss be recorded. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 185. Claiborne Co, MS
https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00681

1841 June term – Directors of the Agricultural Bank of Miss files a claim against the estate of Thomas Going decd.  Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 387. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00511

1841 June 24 – Commissioners file report regarding the claim of Agricultural Bank of Miss against the estate of Thomas Going decd.  Court Records, Vol I 1839-1841 pgs 406. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00521

1841 Aug term – Court orders a correction of F B Lees report that was approved by the Commissioners. Corrected amount owed from $48,778.00 to F B Lee, down to $34,984.00 owed to F B Lee by estate of Thomas Going decd. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 199-200. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00688

1842 Claiborne Co MS tax roll with
William Gowings – 0 land, 1 poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1842/Personal/11

1842 Jan term – App of Thomas Stone and other creditors of Thomas Going decd estate for dvident allowed by commissioners. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 277. Claiborne Co, MS   https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00729

1842 March 2 – Francis B Lee admin of Est of Thomas Going decd presents accounting. Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 286. Claiborne Co, MS https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00734

1842 March term – Ordered that Framcis B Lee, admin of Thomas Going decd’s account, be withdrawn and restated and returned to court.  Court Records, 1840-1842 pg 299. Claiborne Co, MS   https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8995/005841948_00100?pid=1485629&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3Dtry%26db%3DUSProbateMS%26h%3D1485629&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=005842425_00740

1844 Claiborne Co MS – no Going names listed.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1844/Personal/12

1845 Claiborne Co MS – no Going names listed.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Claiborne/1845/Personal/12

1851 Saml Gowins heirs of, to T Y Berry bk AA, p 95 Claiborne Co, MS.
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/253363?availability=Family%20History%20Library (NOT AVAILABLE YET)

Compare above to the following transactions for Thomas Going in the area in other counties:

1804, No. 401-282 Jesse White claims 640 superficial acres of land, situated on the left bank of bayou Vermilion, in the county [parish] of Attakapas*, (Louisiana), bounded above by land of the heirs of John White, and below by land of John Dummon’s heirs. A certificate deed of sale from Gibson Johnson to Thomas Goin and by him transferred to the claimant, dated the 25 of November 1812, accompanies the notice. The evidence of James Dunman taken the 15th October 1812, states that in the fall of 1803, Gibson Johnson settled on the land, but did not cultivate; and, having sold his right to Thomas Goin, in the spring of 1804, he removed, and Goin took possession, cleared about four acres, and cultivated that year, since when it has been cultivated ever since, and is now inhabited by the deponent, the claimant being on an adjoining tract above.

1810. No. 402‑283. Thomas Goin claims 640 superficial acres of land, situated on the right bank of Bayou Vermilion, in the county [parish] of Attakapas, bounded on all sides by vacant land. The evidence of James Dunman, taken the 15th October, 1812, states that John Chavers built a camp on the land about 14 years ago, where he continued three months; that it remained unoccupied from that time until 1810, when the claimant having purchased, deponent believes, of Chavers, took possession, and has occupied and cultivated ever since.”

1812 Oct 6: Thomas Going gives testimony.
American State Papers – Public Lands Volume III.
No. 377. 168.
Shadrack Porter claims 640 superficial acres of land, situated on the right bank of Bayou Vermillion, in the county, of Attakapas, bounded on the north by Little bayou. The evidence of Thomas Going, a free man of color, aged fifty years, taken the 6th October, 1812, states that he has known the land for seven years, and that for the last three years it has been inhabited and cultivated by Littlepage Robertson and the claimant: Robertson was the first settler known to this deponent; and the evidence of John Brown, aged thirty-four years, taken the 27th November, 1812, states that, in the year 1799, he, in company with two families, two of the name of Brown and one Robinson, ascended the Bayou Vermillion for the purpose of making an establishment; that Robinson did at that time settle on the tract of land now claimed, and at present occupied by S. Porter; that Robinson continued to inhabit and cultivate the same until 1804, at which time deponent removed, and did not return till 1811, when he found the claimant residing on and cultivating said land. The evidence of Theodore Broussard and Michel Pevoto, taken January, 1803, the first of whom states, that he believes no establishment was made below Little bayou until, about four years ago, one Resin Bowie settled sixty or seventy arpens below said bayou; and that no persons, to his knowledge, by the name of Brown or Robinson settled on said land in 1799 or 1800. The second states, that he knows of no families ever having settled in that quarter until about four or five years ago, one Robinson settled about one league and a half above Little bayou. https://books.google.com/books?id=vRJFAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA180&lpg=PA180&dq=%22Thomas+Going%22,+Attakapas&source=bl&ots=sSJMvlbFzg&sig=uLW_koZHsqi5lWACLCE9KC_PUMo&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiE37ihsOzZAhUqwlQKHVYuCaQQ6AEIQTAI#v=onepage&q=%22Thomas%20Going%22%2C%20Attakapas&f=false   (Note: if 50 years old, then Thomas Going’s birth year is abt 1762).

1825 May 22 – Thomas D. Gowen wrote his will May 22, 1825 and in it mentioned that “I give and bequeath to my daughter Anny Gowens the Negro girl, Clarinda, aged about six years.”
Anne Gowens of the Province of Texas and duly represented in these presents by her curatrix and mother, Nancy Gowens,” was mentioned in the probate proceedings of her father’s estate in Lafayette Parish in 1828.

1826 May 13 – The succession of “Thomas Goin,” dated May 13, 1826, was probated in Lafayette Parish, according to “Southwest Louisiana Records” by Rev. Donald J. Hebert.
“State of Louisiana }
Lafayette Parish }
Be it remembered that on this eighteenth Day of May Anno Domini One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty-six Before me, Thomas B. Brashear, Judge of the Parish of Lafayette and Ex-officio Notary Public within and for said Parish personally came and appeared James Taylor White, one of the Testamentary executors of the last will and testament of Thomas Gowens late of said parish, deceased and also appeared Nancy Gowens, widow of said deceased and Stephen Gowens, Aramintha Gowens and Sally Gowens of full age, Thomas Gowens, nineteen years of age, duly emancipated and aided and assisted in these presents by Lancelot Porter, his special curator, also Anne Gowens of the Province of Texas and duly represented in these presents by her curatrix and mother, Nancy Gowens, all the legal heirs and descendants of the said deceased who have declared and confessed that on the 22nd day of May 1825 the said Thomas Gowens Sen. did execute his last will and testament by which he bequeathed and divided his title property as follows, viz:
Item 1st of said will: He gave to Nancy Gowens, his widow the following slaves, to wit: the Negro woman named Plians, aged about thirty-five years, the Negro boy named Abraham, about fourteen years of age, and the Negro girl named Violet, aged about eleven years, all slaves for life, also the household and kitchen furniture.
Item 2nd: He gave and bequeathed to his daughter, Anny Gowens, the Negro girl named Clarinda, aged about six years,
Item 3rd: He gave and bequeathed to his daughter, Aramintha Gowens one Negro boy named Aury, aged five years.
Item 4th: He gave and bequeathed to his son Stephen Gowens one Negro boy named Roger, aged ten years.
Item 5th: He gave and bequeathed to his daughter Sally Gowens a Negro girl named Kitty, aged seven years.
Item 6th: He gave and bequeathed to his son, Thomas Gowens a Negro boy named Riley, aged four years which concluded all the property of the Testator aforesaid.
And the aforesaid affirm in their different rights and capacities, that each of them for themselves and others, Viz: Represent that they received the foregoing portion of the property aforesaid. Confirmed is the will of said Testator and do by these presents make the same irrevocable and unalterable. This done on motion of an order of the Court of Probate dated this ___ day of May instant and signed by all the aforesaid parties in the presence of the Two Subscribing Witnesses and the said Notary after said due reading.
Witnessed: Nancy [X] Gowens
John Merriman Sally [X] Gowens
James T. White Aramintha [X] Gowens
Stephen [X] Gowens
Samuel W. Pond Thomas [X] Gowens”

1826 May 18 – Aramintha Gowen, daughter of Thomas D. Gowen and Nancy Johnson Gowen, was born about 1805, place unknown. She received “one Negro boy named Aury, aged five years” under the terms of her father’s will. On May 18, 1826, she joined other members of her family in signing an acceptance of the provisions of her father’s will. She signed with an “X” suggesting that she was illiterate.

1827 Jan 16 – “Thomas D. Gowen,” Aaron Drake, John Drake and James Drake were included in the 30-man militia of Atascosita mustered into service January 16, 1827 under the command of Capt. Hugh B. Johnston. They marched with the militia of Austin Colony against the Fredonians. As the militia approached Nacogdoches on January 31, the out-numbered rebels fled across the Sabine River into Louisiana, ending the insurrection, according to “Liberty, Liberty County and Atascosita District” by Miriam Partlow.”

1827 Nov – In November 1827 the frustrated settlers in Atascosito filed a petition with Don Anastacio Bustamente, Commander General of the Internal Eastern States, regarding their land applications.
Seventy-three signatures were affixed to the petition from “the inhabitants who are settled on the Trinity and San Jacinto Rivers.” Included were “Tomas D. Gewen [Jr.], Aaron Drak, John Drak, Hugh H. Johnston and Tomas Nash.” Some of the applicants received their land grants during the years 1831-1835. Thomas D. Gowen, Jr. and the Drakes did not receive land grants which may have influenced some of them to return to Louisiana.

1830 Oct 1 – Edward J. Going, son of Thomas Going and Lucinda Griffin Going, was born October 1, 1830 in St. Landry Parish, accord­ing to “Southwest Louisiana Records.”

1833 Dec 23 – Thomas Going of Claiborne County MS from Richard Watkins and Lucy Watkins of Pawhatan County, Va, for $800, convey land in Hinds Co, MS, bk B, pg 89. Madison Co, MS.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL5-33XS-V?i=53&cat=252330

1834 Nov 1 – William Dean and his wife Margaret of Hinds Co, MS to Thomas Going of Claiborne Co, MS for $6080.00 convey the west half of northwest quarter of section 32 of T 5 of R 3W containg 80 acres and the east half of southwest quarter of section thirty one T 5 R 3W containing Eighty acres also the west half of southeast quarter of section thirty one of T5 R3W containing 80 acres, also the east half of the southeast quarter section thirty one T5 R3W also the east half of north east quarter section 31 T5 R3W containing 80 acres each of the last two parcels. Also the west half of the southwest quarter of section thirty one of T5 R3W containing 80 acres also the south half of the west half of the northeast quarter of section 31 T5 R3W containing 40 acres and the northwest quarter of section 31 T5 R3W containing 160 acres, also the west half of the SW quarter of section 32 T5 R3W containing 80 acres. Making in all 760 acres and 18/100s. Signed: William Dean, Margaret Dean. Thomas Going fr Wm Dean. Deed Bk V 5 p 41, 42. Hinds County, Mississippi.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSQQ-J76B-Z?i=52&cat=134138

1835 Hinds Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 760 acres, 0 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 22 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1835/Combined/11

1836 Hinds Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 760 acres, 0 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 28 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1836/Combined/8

1837 Hinds Co MS taxroll
Thomas Gowen – 760 acres, 0 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 26 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1837/Combined/9

1837 abt – Thomas Going fr F B Lee etux bk G, p 122, Yazoo Co, MS
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/252228?availability=Family%20History%20Library (NOT AVAILABLE YET)

1837 Yazoo Co MS taxroll
Thomas Gowing – 0 land, 0 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 8 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Yazoo/1837/Combined/9

1838 Hinds Co MS taxroll
Thomas Going – 600 acres, 0 white polls, 0 free persons of color, 24 slaves
Thomas E Going – 0 land, 1 white poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Hinds/1838/Combined/29

1839 Yazoo Co MS taxroll
E T Gowing – 0 land, 1 white poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
J P Gowing – 0 land, 1 white poll, 0 free persons of color, 0 slaves.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Yazoo/1839/Combined/11

1840 Yazoo Co MS taxroll
John P Going esqr – 0 land, 1 white poll, 0 blacks listed
E T Going – 0 land, 1 white poll, 0 blacks listed.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Yazoo/1840/Combined/13

1840 abt – Thomas Going for admn to Wm N Wood, bk K, p 609.  Yazoo Co, MS.
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1841 Yazoo Co MS taxroll
John P Going – 0 land, 1 white poll, 0 blacks listed.
E T Going – 0 land, 1 white poll, 0 blacks listed.
http://www.mdah.ms.gov/arrec/digital_archives/taxrolls/Yazoo/1841/Combined/9

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