North Carolina – Cleveland County

(Below are different Going, Goyen, Gowen related sources for those people were in the Virginia, North Carolina, or South Carolina areas in the early 1700’s to early 1800’s)

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From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms094.htm

David Goings of Orlando, Florida stated in a letter Septem­ber 9, 1989 that he was a fifth-generation descendant of John Gowen of Cleveland County.
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Alfred Newton Goins was serving as a justice of the peace in Cleveland County when he took the acknowledgments of Ebenezer Newton, George Newton and Margaret Newton Goins regarding the Revolutionary service of their father, Capt. Benjamin Newton March 31, 1852:

“State of North Carolina }
County of Cleveland }

On this 31st day of March, 1852 personally appeared before the undersigned Justice of the Peace in an for said Cleveland County and state of North Carolina George Newton, aged about 60 years, and Ebenezer Newton, aged about 21 years and Mrs. Margaret Goins, aged about [not enstated] all of whom are residents of said county and who on their oath make the following declaration in order to secure from the United States in the rite of their Mother Nancy Newton and the widow of the late Captain Benjamin an allowance of the amount of the pension that was originally allowed to their Mother in 1845, being only forty dollars a year under Act of Congress as of 4th July, 1836 which was allowed to their Mother in rite of their Father, the said Captain Benjamin Newton and affiants would further state–

That they always understood from their father from their earliest recollection that he was in the services of the United States during the Revolutionary War, that he first entered the service as a Private in the early part of the war and served —– tours, that he was then promoted to an Ensign, and then was promoted to a Leutenant, and from Leutenant he was acting Captain and was acting in this capacity for considerable time.

That during all his services he had in Lincoln County, North Carolina after he had acted as express rider, he was appointed or elected a Captain and raised a company, which company he continued to command for a six-months tour,

That they always understood from their Father that he served as Captain the greater part of his time and was almost constantly kept in services for nearly the whole of a year Seventeen Hundred and Eighty-one, 1782 and 1783.

That he belonged to the Lincoln County Regiment and that he continued to serve until the close of the War in 1783 and therefore believe from what they always understood from that he served at least as much as two years as Captain besides the various tours he served as Private, Ensign and Leutenant. Altho they cannot now give the particulars of his service, that they have often heard him say that during the time he was an express rider, he swam the rivers as many as fourteen times and affiants further state that previous to their Fathers death he was an applicant for a pension under the Act of June 1832 in which application they suppose contains in full an account of his service and to which they now refer.

They further declare that after the death of their Father, his widow, Nancy Newton applied for a pension in rite of her husband and in 1845 was allowed a pension of forty dollars and that after she had received said pension, she died in the County of Cleveland on the 12th day of May 1845.

That on the time of her death she was still the widow of their Father, the said Captain Benjamin Newton and that she left the following named children, to wit: Jane Queene, formally Jane Newton; Elizabeth McGlamery, Ebenezer Newton, Mary Newton, Margaret Goins, George Newton, Nancy Queen, Sinthia Lewis, all of whom are still living and who are the only surviving children of her, the said Nancy Newton, and that they therefore make this declaration to receive an increase of said pension from the original amount allowed their Mother in that year to the full pay of a Captain of Cavalry as they always understood that he commanded a light horse company.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this date above stated.

Alfred N. Goins, JP Ebenezer [X] Newton
George [X] Newton
Margaret [X] Goins

I, Alfred N. Goins, a Justice of the Peace in and for the County do hereby certify that I am well acquainted with Ebenezer Newton, George Newton and Mrs. Margaret Goins who have this day appeared and made oath to the above declaration before me, that they are persons of trust and veracity and that full faith and credit is due and ought to be given to these statements, and I further state that they are the children of Nancy Newton, the widow of Captain Benjamin Newton.”

Posey E. Downs, writing in “Capt. Benjamin Newton, William Downs and Other Lineages History” stated that Capt. Newton was born February 3, 1748 and was married January 24, 1775 in Orange County, North Carolina to Nancy McCall, daughter of John McCall. Nancy McCall was born January 22, 1760. Capt. Newton died February 20, 1835, and his wife died May 12, 1845. Both were buried in Clover Hill Methodist Church Cemetery.

Children born to them include:

Jane Newton born January 17, 1777
Elizabeth “Betsy” Newton born November 27, 1778
Ebenezer Newton born November 22, 1780
Patience “Patsy” Newton born September 4, 1783
Mary “Polly” Newton born July 2, 1785
John McCall Newton born October 4, 1787
Margaret “Peggey” Newton born October 19, 1789
Benjamin Newton, Jr. born September 28, 1791
George Newton born July 27, 1793
Nancy McCall Newton born September 22, 1795
Cinthy Newton born February 12, 179[8?]
Calvin Newton born September 4, 1801

Margaret “Peggey” Newton, daughter of Capt. Benjamin Newton and Nancy McCall Newton, was born October 19, 1789. “Pegay” Newton was married March 3, 1808 in Caswell County to “Robard Goans.” Robert Goins was identified by Posey E. Downs as the son of Alexander Goins and Jane Booth Goins [GOWENMS.096]. William Hunt, bondsman assisted in posting Bond No. 13354. Dad Hugh was a witness to the ceremony.

Children born to Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins include:

Patsey Goins born about 1810
Jane Goins born about 1813
Nancy Goins born about 1815
Alfred Newton Goins born about 1818

Patsey Goins, daughter of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1810. She was married about 1828 to Charlie Queen. They removed to McDowell County, North Carolina.

Jane Goins, daughter of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1813. She was married about 1831 to John Aiken, and they lived on the waters of Little Knob Creek in Cleveland County. No children were born to them.

Nancy Goins, daughter of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1815. She was married about 1835 to Stephen White, “the son of Nathaniel White of Virginia,” according to Posey E. Downs.

Children born to them include:

Mary Elmina White born about 1836
Sarah M. White born about 1837
Fannie White born about 1838
Elizabeth “Betsy” White born about 1840
William White [Sgt.] born about 1841
Graham White [Sgt.] born about 1843
James White [Sgt.] born about 1845
Andrew S. White born about 1848
Alfred White born about 1851
Martha White born about 1855

Alfred Newton Goins, son of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1818. He was married May 20, 1854 to Martha Jones, daughter of Dr. G. B. Jones. She was born in Cleveland County in 1939. Alfred Newton Goins was “a noted surveyor in his day, and it is thought that not many land deeds were made in his general community without his having written them and done the surveying,” according to Posey E. Downs.

Alfred Newton Goins served in Co. E, 32nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment during the Civil War and was stationed at Salisbury, North Carolina. Later he served as justice of the peace in Cleveland County. Alfred Newton Goins died in Cleveland County in 1901.

Children born to Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins include:

Sim Goins born about 1856
Thomas Goins born August 26, 1857
John Goins born about 1859
Ella Goins born about 1861
Nancy Goins born about 1867

Sim Goins, son of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1856. He was married about 1879 to Dovie Queen, daughter of Joe Queen and Margaret Cook Queen. Sim Goins was buried in Clover Hill Methodist Church Cemetery.

Thomas Goins, son of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born August 26, 1857 at Shelby, North Carolina in Cleveland County, according to a descendant, Connie Sue Goins Ardrey of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma in a letter written June 4, 1997. He was married September 14, 1876 in Cleveland County to Sarah Gantt, daughter of Iley Gantt and Mary Gantt. The bride was Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt, according to Mrs. Ardrey. Thomas Goins removed to Oklahoma. Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt died in Okfuskee, Oklahoma April 17, 1910. Thomas Goins was remarried to Alice Sexton. He died in Oklahoma September 16, 1929. No children were born to Thomas Goins and Alice Sexton Goins.

where he died September 16, 1929.Arkansas. One son, Asbury Goins, returned to Cleveland County on a visit about 1904.

Children born to Thomas Goins and Roxana Elizabeth Gantt Goins include:

Amos Goins born about 1879
Asbury Goins born about 1881

Amos Goins, son of Thomas Goins and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt, was born about 1879.

Asbury Goins, son of Thomas Goins and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt, was born about 1881. He returned to Cleveland County on a visit about 1904.
John Goins, son of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1861. He was married about 1884 to Margaret Hudson and removed to Rutherford County, North Carolina.

Children born to John Goins and Margaret Hudson Goins include:

George Goins born about 1886

George Goins, son of John Goins and Margaret Hudson Goins, was born about 1886. He was married about 1910 to Manthie Newton, daughter of William Abraham Newton and Nancy Elizabeth Crotts Newton.

Ella Goins, daughter of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1861. She was married about 1880 to W. Pink White.

Children born to them include:

Elizabeth “Lizzie” White born about 1882
Charlie White born about 1883
Walter White born about 1885
Marvin White born about 1887
Lonie White born about 1890
Fannie White born about 1894

Nancy Goins, daughter of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1867. She was married to Joseph Walker about 1886. They made their home on her father’s farm.

Children born to them include:

Vangie Walker born about 1888
Fanny Walker born about 1889
Kenneth Walker born about 1890
Jesse Reton Walker born about 1892
Yates Walker born about 1895
Ezell Walker born about 1898
Norma Lee Walker born about 1902

Nancy McCall Newton, daughter of Capt. Benjamin Newton and Nancy McCall Newton, was born September 22, 1795. She was married about 1814 to Daniel Goins, brother to Robert Goins who was married to her sister, according to “Ancestral Biography” written in 1906 by P. L. Newton. They were sons of Alexander Goins and Jane Booth Goins. After the death of Daniel Goins, Nancy McCall Newton Goins was remarried to John Queen.

Children born to Daniel Goins and Nancy McCall Newton Goins include:

John B. Goins born about 1816
Cynthia Goins born about 1820

John B. Goins, son of Daniel Goins and Nancy McCall Newton Goins, was born about 1816. He was a justice of the peace March 24, 1853 when he performed the wedding of William Proctor and Nancy Ledford.

Cynthia Goins, daughter of Daniel Goins and Nancy McCall Newton Goins, was born about 1820. She was married about 1839 to John Queen.

Children born to them include:

Merideth Queen born about 1841
Laban Queen born about 1843
Joe Queen born about 1844
Nancy Queen born about 1846
Jean Queen born about 1849
George Queen born about 1851
Margaret Queen born about 1854
William Queen born about 1857
Sarah Queen born about 1861

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms095.htm

David Goings of Orlando, Florida stated in a letter September 9, 1989 that he was a fifth-generation descendant of John Gowen of Cleveland County.
==O==
Alfred Newton Goins was serving as a justice of the peace in Cleveland County when he took the acknowledgements of Ebenezer Newton, George Newton and Margaret Newton Goins regarding the Revolutionary service of their father, Capt. Benjamin Newton March 31, 1852:

“State of North Carolina
County of Cleveland

On this 31st day of March , 1852 personally appeared before the undersigned Justice of the Peace in an for said Cleveland County and the state of North Carolina George Newton, aged about 60 years, and Ebenezer Newton, aged about 21 years and Mrs. Margaret Goins, aged about [not enstated] all of whom are residents of said county and who on their oath make the following declaration in order to secure from the United States in the rite of their Mother Nancy Newton and the widow of the late Captain Benjamin an allowance of the amount of the pension that was originally allowed to their Mother in 1845, being only forty dollars a year under Act of Congress as of 4th July, 1836 which was allowed to their Mother in rite of their Father, the said Captain Benjamin Newton and affiants would further state—

That they always understood from their Father from the earliest recollection that he was in the services of the United States during the Revolutionary War, that he first entered the service as a Private in the early part of the war and served—-tours, that he was then promoted to an Ensign, and then was promoted to a Lieutenant, and from Lieutenant he was acting Captain and was acting in this capacity for considerable time.

That during all his services he had in Licoln County, North Carolina after he had acted as express rider, he was appointed or elected a Captain and raised a company, which company he continued to command for a six months tour,

That they always understood from their Father that he served as Captain the greater part of his time and was and was almost constantly kept in services for nearly the whole of a year Seventeen Hundred and Eighty-one, 1782, and 1783.

That he belonged to the Lincoln County Regiment and that he continued to serve until the close of the War in 1783 and therefore believe from what they always understood from that he served as least as much as two years as Captain besides the various tours he served as Private, Ensign, and Leutenant. Altho they cannot now give the particulars of his service, that they have often heard him say that during the time he was an express rider, he swam the rivers as many as fourteen times and affiants further state that previous to their Fathers death he was an applicant for a pension under the Act of June 1832 in which application they suppose contains in full an account of his service and to which they now refer.

They further declare that after the death of their Father, his widow, Nancy Newton applied for a pension in rite of her husband and in 1845 was allowed a pension of forty dollars and that after she had received said pension, she died in the County of Cleveland on the 12th day of May 1845.

That on the time of her death she was still a widow of their Father, the said Captain Benjamin Newton and that she left the following named children, to wit: Jane Queene, formally Jane Newton; Elizabeth McGlamery, Ebenezer Newton, Mary Newton, Margaret Goins, George Newton, Nancy Queen, Sinthia Lewis, all of whom are still living and who are the only surviving children of her, the said Nancy Newton, and that they terefore make this declaration to receive an increase of said pension from the original amount allowed their Mother in that year to the full pay of a Captain of Cavalry as they always understood that he commanded a light horse company.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this date above stated.

Alfred N. Goins J. P. Ebenezer [X] Newton
George [X] Newton Margaret [X] Goins

I, Alfred N. Goins, a Justice of the Peace in and for the County do hereby certify that I am well acquainted with Ebenezer Newton, George Newton and Mrs. Margaret Goins who have this day appeared and made oath to the above declaration before me, that they are persons of trust and veracity and that full faith and credit is due and ought to be given to these statements, and I further state that they are the children of Nancy Newton, the widow of Captain Benjamin Newton.”

Posey E. Downs, writing in “Capt. Benjamin Newton, William Downs and Other Lineages History” stated that Capt. Newton was born February 3, 1748 and was married January 24, 1775 in Orange County, North Carolina to Nancy McCall, daughter of John McCall. Nancy McCall was born January 22, 1760. Capt. Newton died February 20, 1835, and his wife died May 12, 1845. Both were buried in Clover Hill Methodist Church Cemetery.

Children born to them include:

James Newton born January 17, 1777
Elizabeth “Betsy” Newton born November 27, 1778
Ebenezer Newton born November 22, 1780
Patience “Patsy” Newton born September 4, 1783
Mary “Polly” Newton born July 2, 1785
John McCall Newton born October 4, 1787
Margaret ‘Peggey” Newton born October 19, 1789
Benjamin Newton, Jr. born September 28, 1791
George Newton born July 27, 1793
Nancy McCall Newton born September 22, 1795
Cinthy Newton born February 12, 179[8?]
Calvin Newton born September 4, 1801

Margaret “Peggey” Newton, daughter of Capt. Benjamin Newton and Nancy McCall Newton, was born October 19, 1789. “Pegay” Newton was married March 3, 1808 in Caswell County to “Robard Goans.” Robert Goins was identified by Posey E. Downs as the son of Alexander Goins [GOWENMS.096]. William Hunt, bondsman assisted in posting Bond No. 13354. Dad Hugh was a witness to the ceremony.

Children born to Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins include:

Patsey Goins born about 1810
Jane Goins born about 1813
Nancy Goins born about 1815
Alfred Newton Goins born about 1818

Patsey Goins, daughter of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1810. She was married about 1828 to Charlie Queen. They removed to McDowell County, North Carolina.

Jane Goins, daughter of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1813. She was married about 1831 to John Aiken, and they lived on the waters of Little Knob Creek in Cleveland County. No children were born to them.

Nancy Goins, daughter of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1815. She was married about 1835 to Stephen White, “the son of Nathaniel White of Virginia,” according to Posey E. Downs.

Children born to them include:

Mary Elmina White born about 1836
Sarah M. White born about 1837
Fannie White born about 1838
Elixabeth “Betsy” White born about 1840
William White [Sgt.] born about 1841
Graham White [Sgt.] born about 1843
James White [Sgt.] born about 1845
Andrew S. White born about 1848
Alfred White born about 1851
Martha White born about 1855

Alfred Newton Goins, son of Robert Goins and Margaret “Peggey” Newton Goins, was born about 1818. He was married May 20, 1854 to Martha Jones, daughter of Dr. G. B. Jones. She was born in Cleveland County in 1839. Alfred Newton Goins was “a noted surveyor in his day, and it is thought that not many land deeds were made in his general community, without his having written them and done the surveying,” according to Posey E. Downs.

Alfred Newton Goins served in Co. E, 32nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment during the Civil War and was stationed at Salisbury North Carolina. Later he served as justice of the peace in Cleveland County. Alfred Newton Goins died in Cleveland County in 1901.

Children born to Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins include:

Sim Goins born about 1856
Thomas Goins born August 26, 1857
John Goins born about 1859
Ella Goins born about 1861
Nancy Goins born about 1867
Mary Goins born about 1871

Sim Goins, son of Alfred Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1856. He was married about 1879 to Dovie Queen, daughter of Joe Queen and Margaret Vook Queen. Sim Goins was buried in Clover Hill Methodist Church Cemetery.

Thomas A. Goins, son of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born August 26, 1857 at Shelby, North Carolina in Cleveland County, according to a descendant, Connie Sue Goins Ardrey of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma in a letter written June 4, 1997. He was married September 14, 1876 in Cleveland County to Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt, daughter of James A. Iley Gantt and Mary D. Ledford Gantt.

Thomas A. Goins removed to Missouri about 1885 and was employed as a miner in the Webb City and Joplin areas, according to the oral history of the family. He and his older sons were thus employed.

The family removed to Oklahoma in the late 1890s, probably during the land rush. They also lived in Sparks, Lincoln County, Oklahoma area. Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt died in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma April 17, 1910. Thomas A. Goins was remarried to a Bertha and then to Alice Sexton. He died in Oklahoma September 16, 1929. Both he and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt Goins were buried in the White Dove Cemetery in Sparks, Oklahoma

Children born to Thomas A. Goins and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt Goins include:

Esper Goins born about 1879
Asbury Goins born about 1881
Mary Alyce Goins born December 20, 1890
Amos Goins born July 20, 1893

Children born to Thomas A. Goins and Alice Sexton Goins include:

Marie Goins birthdate unknown
Marvin Goins born about 1914
Arvin Goins born about 1914

Esper Goins, son of Thomas A. Goins and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt Goins, was born about 1879. It is believed that he was brought to Jasper County, Missouri by his parents. He worked in the lead mines there, according to family tradition.

Asbury Goins, son of Thomas A. Goins and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt Goins, was born about 1881. He was brought to Jasper County, Missouri by his parents. He returned to Cleveland County on a visit about 1904.

Mary Alyce Goins, daughter of Thomas A. Goins and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt Goins, was born December 20, 1890 at Joplin, Missouri, according to Connie Sue Goins Ardrey

Amos Goins, son of Thomas A. Goins and Roxanna Elizabeth Gantt Goins, was born July 20, 1893 in Webb City, Missouri, according to his obituary in the “Okmulgee Daily Times” of Okmulgee, Oklahoma in its edition of May 10, 1979:

He died in May 1979 at age 85 and was buried in Okmulgee Cemetery. He died at the Okmulgee Memorial Hospital. He came to Okfuskee, Oklahoma and was married to Hazel Southwick in 1912. He was a member of the First Christian Church. A son, Elmo Lee Goins preceded him in death in 1978. Survivors include his wife, Hazel Southwick Goins, of the home, 1509 East 10th, Okmulgee and three grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

Hazel Southwick Goins, died at age 98 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma April 30, 1992. She was born on April 8, 1894 at Blackwell, Oklahoma. She was a member of the First Christian Church. Survivors include: three granddaughters, Linda Goins Rains, Broken Arrow; Karen Goins Howard, Bartlesville; and Connie Goins Ardrey, Broken Arrow; and six great-grandchildren. She was buried May 4, 1992 in Okmulgee Cemetery.

Children born to Amos Goins and Hazel Southwick Goins include:

Elmo Lee Goins born December 13, 1913

Elmo Lee Goins, son of Amos Goins and Hazel Southwick Goins, was born December 13, 1913 in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma and reared in Morris, Oklahoma, according to his obituary in “Okmulgee Daily Times” in its edition of October 3, 1978.”

He died at age 64 October 1 in a Tulsa hospital. He was graduated from Morris High School. He later moved to Okmulgee and was retired from the furniture business and car sales. He was a member of the Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Elsie Goins of the home at Rt. 2, Okmulgee, three daughters, Mrs. Karen Anne Howard, Mrs. Linda Kay Rains; Broken Arrow, and Mrs. Connie Sue Ardrey, Marsascola, Island of Malta, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Amos Goins, Okmulgee, and six grandchildren.

Children born to Elmo Lee Goins and Elsie Goins include:

Karen Anne Goins born about 1928
Linda Kay Goins born about 1930
Connie Sue Goins born about 1933

Marie Goins, daughter of Thomas A. Goins and Alice Sexton Goins, died an infant.

Marvin Goins, son of Thomas A. Goins and Alice Sexton Goins, was born about 1914. He may have moved to California and then to Nevada. He died in 1987 in Lovelock, Pershing, Nevada.

John Goins, son of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1861. He was married about 1884 to Margaret Hudson and removed to Rutheford County, North Carolina.

Children born to John Goins and Margaret Hudson Goins include:

George Goins born about 1886.

George Goins, son of John Goins and Margaret Goins, was born about 1886. He was married about 1910 to Manthie Newton, daughter of William Abraham Newton and Nancy Elizabeth Crotts Newton.

Ella Goins, daughter of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1861. She was married about 1880 to W. Pink White.

Children born to them include:

Elizabeth “Lizzie” White born about 1882
Charlie White born about 1883
Walter White born about 1885
Marvin White born about 1887
Lonie White born about 1890
Fannie White born about 1894

Nancy Goins, daughter of Alfred Newton Goins and Martha Jones Goins, was born about 1867. She was married to Joseph Walker about 1886. They made their home on her father’s farm.

Children born to them include:

Vangie Walker born about 1888
Fanny Walker born about 1889
Kenneth Walker born about 1890
Jesse Reton Walker born about 1892
Yates Walker born about 1895
Ezell Walker born about 1898
Norma Lee Walker born about 1902

Nancy McCall Newton, daughter of Capt. Benjamin Newton, was born September 22, 1795. She was married about 1814 to Daniel Goins, brother to Robert Goins who was married to her sister, according to “Ancestral Biography” written in 1906 by P. L. Newton. They were sons of Alexander Goins and Jane Booth Goins. After the death of Daniel Goins, Nancy McCall Newton Goins was remarried to John Queen.

Children born to Daniel Goins and Nancy McCall Newton Goins include:

John B. Goins born about 1816
Cynthia Goins born about 1820

John B. Goins, son of Daniel Goins and Nancy McCall Newton Goins, was born about 1816. He was a justice of the peace March 24, 1853 when he performed the wedding of William Proctor and Nancy Ledford.

Cynthia Goins, daughter of Daniel Goins and Nancy McCall Goins, was born about 1820. She was married about 1839 to John Queen.

Children born to them include:

Meredith Queen born about 1841
Laban Queen born about 1843
Joe Queen born about 1844
Nancy Queen born about 1846
Jean Queen born about 1849
George Queen born about 1851
Margaret Queen born about 1854
William Queen born about 1857
Sarah Queen born about 1861
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Alexander Goins was married to Jane Booth and they lived in Rutherford and Cleveland Counties, North Carolina. At least two sons were born to them—Robert Goins and Daniel Goins. They married sisters—Robert Goins was married to Margaret [Peggy] Newton in 1808 in Caswell County or Cleveland County, North Carolina. Daniel Goins married Nancy McCall Newton in 1814 in Cleveland County, North Carolina.

Two children were born to Daniel Goins and Nancy McCall Newton Goins.

Children born to Robert Goins and Margaret [Peggy] Newton Goins include Patsey Goins, Jane Goins, Nancy Goins and Alfred Newton Goins. They were all born circa 1810 to 1818.
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Mrs. Vernie Mae Lovelace Goins, 82 died April 25, 2003 at Cherryville, North Carolina, according to her obituary in theApril 26, 2003 edition of the “Shelby Star” of Shelby, North Carolina:

“Mrs. Vernie Mae Lovelace Goins, 82, of 111 Harrel-son Road, formerly of Crouse, died Friday, April 25, 2003, at Carolina Care Center. She was a native of Cleveland County, born March 10, 1921, the daughter of the late Miller and Myrtle Jane Weaver Lovelace. She was a homemaker and member of North Brook Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her hus-band, Everette Marion Goins. She is survived by one son, Wayne Goins of Salisbury; five daughters, Frances “Toots” Goins Jones of Statesville, Jean Goins Dellin-ger and Jewel Goins Schronce, both of Lincolnton, Dorothy “Dot” Goinis Russ of Shelby and Jeanette Goins Henley of Cherryville. The funeral will be Sun-day at 3 p.m. at North Brook Baptist Church with the Revs. W. Ray Pennell and Dr. Vine Hefner officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family is at the home of a daughter, Jeanette Goins Henley, 208 Tot Dellinger Road, Cherryville, and they will re-ceive friends tonight from 6 to 8 at Carpenter’s Funeral Home.”

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