South Carolina – Greenville County

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1784 August 10 John Gowen has 239 acres surveyed on S Pacolate River bounded on all sides vacant land in 96 Dist, Greenville County, South Carolina No 596, pg 200.

1784 May 21 Allen Gowen has 214 acres surveyed on the Sink Hole Fork of the Tygar River bounding NW by Thomas Benson, SE by Michal Miller, delivered to Capt Gowen in 96 Dist, Greenville Co, SC No 309, pg 113

1784 May 21 William Gowen Jr has 116 acres surveyd on Mill Creek waters of S Pacolate River bounded on all sides vacant land, delivered to Capt Gowan. 96 Dist, Greenville Co, SC No 304, pg 111.

1784 May 21 John Gowin has 400 acres surveyed on the Middle Fork of Saluda, all sides vacant, in 96 Dist, Greenville Co, SC No 19, pg 8.

1784 May 26 William Gowen has 394 acres surveyed on the Sink Hole Fork of Middle Tygar River bounding E by Edmond Beardon and all other sides vacant, in 96 Dist, Greenville Co, SC No 295, pg 109

1786 Aug 31 John Gowen has 640 acres surveyd on the Middle of Sink Hole Fork of Tygar River bounded by Edmond Beardon N, by the Glassy Mountain, E by James Dawson’s land, in 96 Dist, Greenville Co, SC No 1626, pg 181.

1788 Feb 21 Hugh Lewis being about to remove from South Carolina to Cumberland River of North Carolina appoint my trusty and well beloved friend John Gowen of Spartanburg SC, Gent, my true and lawful attorney to sell land on the Reedy River adjoining William Young, John Gowen, Francis Clayton, and another tract surveyed by Capt William Benson, land being surveyed for me being 213 acres. Signed: Hugh Lewis. Wits: Baylis Earle, Charles Littleton. Greenville County, South Carolina. Bk A, pg 215.

1788 Feb 21 John Gowen has 1000 acres warranted, surveyed 553 acres boundary on both sides of Brometts Creek and Wolf Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Saluda River, bounded NE and SE by vacant land, SW and SE by Brometts, by a hill SW, and SE and SW by Jesse Mayfield, and vacant NW, and NE by John Reaves and John Gowins land NW, by Gowins land NE, NW, and SW, by Burnes’ land NW by Gowins land. Greenville County, SC. No 3145, pg 94.

1788 July 24 John Gowen has 1000 acres warranted, surveyd 215 acres on Mill Creek and branches of South Pacolet River, bounded by John McClure land, John Gowin land. Greenville County, SC. No. 3145, pg 93.

1788 March 1 Mathias Sulser of Greenville Co to John Gowen of Spartanburg Co land granted unto Thomas Davis a tract of 400 acres on both sides of the South Tygar River
all sides vacant, conveyed from Thomas Davis to Mathias Sulser on Jan 15 1786. These 400 acres now conveyed to John Gowen.  Signed: Matthias Sulser and Eve Sulser. Wits: Robert McCreary, Henry Bates, George Thomson. Greenville Co, SC. Bk A, pg 245.

1788 May 19 262 acres from James Clayton to John Spence, proved by oath of John Gowen and Robert Harper. Greenville Co, SC. Bk A, pg 246.

1789 July 4 Richard Henson of Greenville recd 214 acres of land from Allen Gowen of Greenville, land located in 96th Dist on the Sink Hole Fork of Tygar River bounding NW by Thomas Benson land, SE by Michael Miller land, and all other sides vacant. Land was granted to Allen Gowen on Jan 21 1785. Signed: Allen Gowen. Wits: Thomas Ponder, Stephen Dill. Greenville County, SC. Bk B, pg 51.

1790 US Census Greenville County with Allen Gowin 1 male over 16, and 1 female over 16.

1790 July 16 Anne Easley to Edmund Bearden 500 acres of land in Greenville County, on the S side of Reedy River being part of a tract of land granted to Ann Easley on Jan 1, 1785 containing 287 acres on Isham Clayton’s branch, down to the river. Signed: Ann Easley. Wits: John Gowen, Abs. Thompson. Greenville County, SC. Bk B, pg 253. (Ann Easley is sister of John Gowen)

1791 April 4 Samuel Easley of Washington Dist conveys to Allen Gowen of Washington Dist land part of a grant dated Jan 21, 1784 to Samuel Easley containing 350 acres on both sides of S Pacolate River including place where Samuel Easley now lives. Samuel Easley sells unto Allen Gowen 200 acres of this grant on the S side of the land. Signed: Samuel Easley. Wits: William Easley, Vincent Anderson, John Easley. Greenville County, SC. Bk D, pg 56.

1792 March 27 John Gowen of Spartanburg conveys land to Abner Senter of Greenville, conveying 160 acres on both sides of Fortinberry’s Branch granted to John Gowen on Jan 1 1787. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: John Malin, Joshua Gausnell. Greenville Co, SC. Book E, pg 275.

1792 June 23 John Clayton to William Easley, conveying a grant of Dec 5, 1791 to John Clayton containing 925 acres on both sides of Middle Tygar River John Clayton sells 250 acres of this land to William Easley land bounded by James Varner’s land. Signed: John Clayton. Wits: John Gowen, Allen Gowen, V Anderson. Greenville County, SC. Bk C, pg 292.

1792 October 15 John Gowen of Spartanburg to Margaret Hawkins of Greenville County, grant dated Oct 3, 1791 to John Gowen land containing 215 acres on both sides of Mill Creek on waters of S Pacolate. Deed to Margaret Hawkins for 10 acres bounded by John McLure’s line.  Signed: John Gowen. Wits: William Gowen, John Malin, Daniel Stonesiffer. Greenville Co, SC. Bk C, pg 477.

1792 Nov 9 John Young Jr of Spartanburg from John Gowen as attorney for Hugh Lewis of North Carolina and Tennury County, conveying 213 acres in Greenville County on both sides of Claytons Branch of Reedy River on William Young’s line. Land previously granted go Hugh Lewis on Sept 5, 1784.  Signed: John Gowen attorney for Hugh Lewis. Wits: William Easley, Thomas White, Allen Gowen. Greenville County, SC. Bk D, pg 479.

1793 Feb 7 Allen Gowen of Greenville received from Aaron Short of Greenville a certain grant dated December 5, 1791 to Aaron Short containing 220 acres on both sides of S Pacolate River. Aaron Short sells to Allen Gowen 100 acres of the above grant adjacent to land of Allen Gowen, Aaron Short’s line. Signed: Aaron Short. Wits: Thomas White, Samuel Easley, Charles Skags. Greenville County, SC. Bk D, pg 55.

1793 April 12 John Gowen 1000 acre warrant, 125 acres surveyed in Washington Dist, on Bartons Creek of Tygar River bounding William Davis’ land, James Neel’s land, William Barton, Benjamin Barton’s land, and John Gowen’s land. Greenville County, SC. No 3905, pg 391.

1793 April 13 John Gowen 1000 acre warrant, 1000 acres surveyed in Washington Dist and Pinkney Dist, both sides of lines for Spartanburg and Greenville Counties on both sides of Pacolet River, bounded by Wm Moultrey, Jas Bates, Maj Gowin’s land, land laid out for William Linch, and George Thomson, all other sides vacant. Greenville County, SC. No 3570, pg 247.

1794 Oct 1 Allen Gowen of Greenville conveys to William Easley of Greenville part of a grant dated Jan 21 1784 to Samuel Easley containing 350 acres on both sides of S Pacolate River where Samuel Easley and Allen Gowen now live. Allen Gowen sells 200 acres of the above tract to William Easley. Signed: Allen Gowen. Wits: John Gowen, William Anderson, William Gowen. Greenville County, SC. Bk D, pg 72, 73.

1794 Oct 1 Allen Gowen of Greenville conveys to William Easley of Greenville part of a tract lying on S Pacolate River granted to Aaron Short on Dec 5, 1791 bounded by land laid out to Samuel Easley and Allen Gowen. Signed: Allen Gowen. Wits: John Gowen, William Anderson, William Gowen. Greenville County, SC. Bk D, pg 72, 73.

1795 Feb 14 Thomas Easley 200 acres of land in Greenville Co on Breash Creek a branch of Saluda River, conveyed from Thomas Blasingame proven before John Blasingame Esq by oath of John Macbeth. Signed: This Blasingame. Wits: John Macbeth and Elizabeth Blasingame. Greenville Co, SC. Bk K, pg 90

1795 August 3 John Gowen of Spartanburg to Nathan Morgan of Greenville, part of two tracts of land on both sides of a small creek on the N side of S Pacolate including the plantation where Morgan now lives, originally to John Gowen on Jan 21, 1785 and Oct 3, 1791 located between Morgans and Matthew Hawkins on the widow Hawkins line, between Morgan and Charles Smith’s line containing 130 acres. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Michael Miles, John Easley, William Gowen. Greenville County, SC. Bk F, pg 174

1795 Aug 3 John Gowen of Spartanburg conveys land to Matthew Hawkins of Greenville, land located on the N side of S Pacolate, granted to John Gowen on Oct 3 1791 adjacent to widow Hawkins, between Nathan Morgan and widdow Hawkins, 60 acres. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Michll Miles, Thomas Ponder, John Easley. Greenville Co, SC. Bk D, pg 308.

1796 May 7 Moses Spann conveys land to John Gowen, land located in Greenville on S Pacolate River all sides vacant when surveyed. 101 acres when granted to James Bates on Jan 21, 1795. Bates conveyed to Moses Spann. Signed: Moses Spann. Wits: William Easley, John Roebuck, Willey Brown. Greenville Co, SC. Bk D, pg 309.

1796 June 10 Robert Goodgione of Greenville conveys land to John Gowen of Spartanburg, land on Mottows Creek, adjacent to McRavey’s corner, McRays corner, 250 acres, was part of a tract containing 837 acres granted May 1, 1793 to Robert Goodgine. Signed: Robert Goodgion, Rachel Goodgion. Wits: Willey L Beacon, John Whitten. Greenville Co, SC. Bk O, pg. 181

1796 Aug 5 John Gowen of Spartanburg conveys land to John Kirkland, land located in Greenville County, on both sides of Mill Creek of S Pacolate River, bounding Robucks corner, 100 acres, originally granted on March 22, 1785 to William Jameson, conveyed by him to John Gowen including the plantation and where James Maxwell now lives. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: James Bates, James Maxwell, Willey Brown. Greenville Co, SC. Bk D, pg 333.

1797 Jan 28 William Easley conveys land to Merrick Harrington, land located on both sides of S Pacolate land granted to Samuel Easley on Jan 21, 1785, then conveyed to Allen Gowen part of the tract, then Allen Gowen to William Easley. Located below Greens Creek, 200 acres, other part containing 100 acres that had originally been granted to Aaron Short on Dec 5, 1791 and then conveyed to Allen Gowen, and then Gowen conveyed to William Easley. Signed: William Easley. Wits: Charles Smith, Willey S Brown. Greenville Co, SC. Bk D, pg 349.

1797 Oct 7 Moses Clayton of Materson County, Kentuckey conveys land to William Easley of Greenville County, SC, land where James Brasel formerly lived, now known as Brazils place being formerly granted to John Clayton from Clayton to William Clayton, from William Clayton to Moses Clayton, containing 150 acres, adjacent to James Varner’s land, and between William Clayton and William Easley’s land. Signed: Moses Clayton. Wits: Samuel Bell, Isham Clayton, William Gowen. Greenville County, SC. Bk E, pg 162.

1797 Nov 14 John Gowen of Spartanburg conveys land to John Kirkland of Greenville, land in Greenville and Spartanburg on the county line and through it on both sides of Mill Creek of S Pacolate River, originally granted on Jan 1, 1787(?) to William Jameson by him conveyed to John Gowen, adjoining John Kirkland’s land where he lives, estimated 50 acres, and another tract originally granted to William Jamison with another 50 acres granted on April 5, 1790 and then conveyed to John Gowen (the lower end of sd tract). Signed: John Gowen. Wits: John Roebuck, Bartholomew Grogan, Willey Brown. Greenville County, SC. Bk D. pg 504.

1798 Feb 28 John Gowen conveys land to Benjamin Merrit of Greenville, land located on both sides of the N Fork of Merritts Mill Creek waters of the N Fork of Saluda River, originally granted to James Rutherford on October 1, 1792 and convey to John Gowen on Jan 20 1793. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Alexander Anderson, William Easley. Greenville Co, SC. Bk E, pg 110.

1799 Dec 1 Samuel Warren of St James Santee conveys land to John Gowen of Pinkney District, SC, land totalling 850 acres in the 96 District on the S Fork of the Beaverdam of Entree River granted to Samuel Warren. Signed: S Warren. Witnesses: William Gowen, James Gowen. Proved up on Oct 23, 1800. Recorded Nov 20, 1801. Greenville County, SC. Bk F, pg 310.

1800 US Census in Greenville County, SC with Arke Gowen with 1 white female 26-44 yrs, 3 white males under 10, 1 white female under 10.

1800 US Census in Greenville County, SC with Benjamin Gowen with 1 white female 45 years or older, and 6 free persons “all other”

1800 US Census in Greenville County, SC with Lucy Gowen with 1 white female 45 years or older, 2 white females 22 to 46, 2 white females 16 to 25, 2 white females 10 to 15, 2 white males 10 to 15, 1 white male under 10.

1800 US Census in Greenville County, SC with Mary Gowen with 1 white female 26 to 44, 1 white female under 10, 2 white males under 10.

1800 US Census in Greenville County, SC with Thomas Gowen with 1 white male 26 to 44, 3 white males under 10, 1 white female 26 to 44, 2 white females under 10.

1800 US Census in Greenville County, SC with William Gowen with 1 white male 16 to 25, 1 white male under 10, 1 white female 16 to 25, 1 white female under 10.

1800 Feb 4 William Gowen of Greenville County, SC conveys land to David Norris of same, land located on both sides of the Middle Fork of the Saluda River. Signed: William Gowen. Wits: John Blythe, Wesley Arrasmith. Greenville County, SC. Bk G, pg 16.

1801 Jan 24 Ann Easley of Greenville County conveys a slave to Ann Barton and Mary Graham daughters of said Ann Easley. In consideration of the natural love and affection to her daughters Ann and Mary, conveys one negro woman slave named Jude about 40 yrs age, to both Ann and Mary. Signed: Ann Easley. Wits: John Bates, John Easley. Greenville County, SC. Bk F, pg 251

1801 Feb 28 Thomas Gowin conveys to George W Earle a negro boy about 13 years old named Jim. Signed: Thomas Gowin. Wits: Franky W Earle, Elizabeth Grigsby. Greenville County, SC. Bk F, pg 205.

1802 Feb 22 Thomas Gowen of Greenville Dist, SC conveys to William Young a negro man slave named Roger and a negro woman slave named Cloe. Signed: Thomas Goin. Wits: John Young, John W Harrell. Greenville County, SC. Bk F, pg 459.

1802 March 12 Nathaniel Gentry of Greenville Dist conveys to John Gowen of Spartanburg Dist sell land in Greenville Dist on both sides of Green’s Creek of S Pacolett River, adjacent to Richard Brasell and David Hall. Land containing 50 acres that originally was granted June 5, 1786 to William Lynch, then conveyed to Richard Brasell, and then by him to Nathaniel Gentry. Also one other tract joining the above containing 7 acres part of the same tract to William Lynch, conveyed to David Hall, and by him to Royal Pace, and by him to John Sloan, and by him to Nathaniel Gentry. Also one other tract joining the above lands containing 300 acres part of a tract granted July 1, 1793 to Richard Brasell, by him to Nathaniel Gentry. Signed: Nathaniel Gentry. Wits: Willey J Brown, Adam Sloan. Proved up March 27, 1802. Recorded Sept 22, 1807. Greenville County, SC. Bk H, pg 6.

1803 Sept 7 William Gowen of Greenville Dist conveys to James Blassingame of Greenville Dist land on both sides of Middle Tygar River containing 388 acres originally granted Jan 21 1785 to Michael Miller and conveyed by him to William Anderson and by him to William Gowen. Also one other parcel of land joining the above over Road that leads from William Easley up towards Starling Ingrams, adjacent a survey where Jeremiah Ponder now lives, containing 100 acres conveyed to me by William Anderson, also one other tract containing 254 acres granted to William Gowen Jan 2, 1797. Signed: William Gowen and Miriam Gowen. Wits: James Given, Willey J Brown. Proved up March 31, 1806. Recorded April 1, 1806. Greenville County, SC. Bk G, pg 373.

1804 April 14 John Gowen of Spartanburg Dist conveys to Duncan Wilkinson a piece of land originally granted to Thomas Davis on Oct 5, 1784, on the bank of South Tyger on the S side of said river, containing 50 acres, Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Daniel Wilbank, John Gowen Jr, William Crenshaw. Proved up March 3, 1809. Recorded May 1, 1809. Greenville County, SC. Bk H, pg 251.

1804 May 16 A list of cash on hand, obligation, book acct, open acts, apartments and Copardership, Books Due William Gowen at his Decease May 16, 1804. A note given to Gideon Hester by John Molton due Nov 1, 1802; a note given by John Molton on demand Feb 21, 1805; an order given by Elias Earle on John Molton July 12, 1803; a note on James Pennington due Oct 1, 1804 to be paid in Horses; a note on Robert Cannon on Nov 1, 1804; a note on James Gowen decd due Nov 25, 1802, a note on John Vineyard, a note on Farm duel Nov 12 1802; amount due by widow Poly Gowen Cohembee and acknowledge; balance of an act in hands of Henry Elmore; amount due by Isom Drawdy; amount due by Edward Herndon.
TO book acct due by John Molton; amount due by Thomas Brummetts, DESP Thomas Wood (desperate) due; James Blassingame due; James Gall; DESP Benjamin Hawkins (Desperate); James Gillison; Lewis Frazer; David Reed; James Gowen due on a temporary settlement; Amount due by Stephen C Wood on the close of the copardnership (Desperate). Signed: John Gowen, admr. Greenville County, SC.

1804 June 22 Bill of the sale of goods and chattels of William Gowen decd. Buyers listed: Thomas Bearden, Miriam Gowen, Samuel Hunt, Maj John Gowen, Phillemon Bradford, William Anderson, James Gowen, Jonathan Hand, Obadiah Woodson, Jeremiah Brown, William Ker, John Carlin, Lewis Frazer, John B Elkin, Col. Henry M. Wood, Thomas Cantrell, Samuel McJunkin, Archibald Ellett, Bayless E Elkin, William Cannon, Ransom Powell, John Gowen, Thomas Wood, Jesse Mayfield, Alexander McKinney, Col. Browne. Signed: John Gowen, Admr. Greenville County, SC.

1804 June 22 A Return of the Debts paid by John Gowen administrator in behalf of the Estate of William Gowen deceased: Names listed: Doctor B Moore, Doctor Wilkenson, Doctor Handwork, Sheriff Anderson, Edward Norton, Alex McKinny, Samuel Lain, Samuel Hunt, Pleasant Easley, William Blythe, Philemon Bradford, Jesse Mayfield, Jeremiah Brown, William Bran, Noah Baylis, Samuel Law Jr, James Gowen a note taken from Gideon Hunter, Balance of a note in favor of James Gowen taken up from Saml Earle, Elias Earle, Thomas Edwards, Aron Evans, McDowell and Blair, John Hoode, John Wilkenson, Jeremiah Brown, Thomas Brummetts, John Jameson, William Cannon, Henry Sharp, Jesse Mayfield, Thomas McLain, Jesse Goodlett, John Cane, James Pinnell, John McClunon, P Bradford, Thomas Evington, John Motlow, James Pennington v decd, John Gowen. Signed John Gowen, Admnr. Greenville County, SC.

1804 Nov 22 John Gowen of Spartanburg Dist conveys to James Givens of Greenville District land in Greenville District on both sides of Greens Creek of S Pacolate River, adjacent a line of a survey for Duncan Campbell, and sd Givens’ cross fence between his upper and lower plantations. Containing 100 acres of grant originally to Duncan Campbell on June 5, 1785, conveyed by him to Thomas and Joseph Maxwell, and by Joseph Maxwell to John Gowen, including the plantation where Thomas Maxwell formerly lived. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: William Easley, Willey J Brown. Proved up Feb 23, 1805. Recorded March 5, 1805. Greenville County, SC. Bk G, pg 243.

1806 July 23 John Gowen of Spartanburg District conveys to Thany Sanders, for the natural love and affection which I have and bear unto Thany Sanders, daughter of a woman by the name of Polly Sanders at the time of said Thaney’s birth, but now bears the name of Polly Gentry, and also for other good causes and considerations . . . unto said Thany Sanders of Spartanburg District and her heirs of her body, two negro girls, one of them about two (page torn) the name of Narcissi the other girl about a month (page torn) Winny both of them are children of my negro. (page torn) with the increase of the said two girls to have (page torn) singular the said two negro girls Narcissi and (page torn) Thaney Sanders and the heirs of her body forever (page torn) and behoof to belong to owned by and be enjoyed (page torn) y Sanders and the heirs of her body and the (page torn) warrant by these presents and forever defend the said (page torn) and Winny as above described unto the said Thanny (page torn) heirs of her own body forever . In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty third day of July one thousand eight hundred and six and I do also appoint my trusty friend Maj. John Blassingame of Greenville Dist and state aforesaid to do and act as a Guardian for her the said Thany Sanders until she shall arrive at the age of 18 years or marry, signed sealed and delivered in the presents of. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: William Easley, Pleasant Easley. Proved up Nov 22, 1809. Recorded Nov 22, 1809. Greenville County, SC. Bk H, pg 316.

1807 Feb 26 John Gowen of Spartanburg Dist conveys to John Chandler late of Greenville District, sell him a parcel of land on Wolfe Creek and Waters of Beaver Dam Creek, branches of Entree River in Greenville Dist. Land adjacent Claiborne Pool’s line, containing and estimated 250 acres originally granted to Samuel Warren on Nov 6, 1786, and conveyed by him to John Gowen on December 1, 1799. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Samuel Walker, Jesse Fuller, Willey J Brown. Proved up on Jan 6, 1809. Recorded July 19, 1810. Greenville County, SC. Bk H, pg 371.

1807 Oct 20 John Gowen Sr of Spartanburg Dist conveys to Jesse Mayfield of Greenville Dist, conveys land whereon he now lives, on the corner of a tract granted to the said John Gowen Sr Feb 4, 1793, conveying 95 acres part of a tract granted to the sd John Gowen in 1784 in Greenville County, SC. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: D. Talley, John Gowen Jr. Proved up Oct 20, 1807. Recorded March 8, 1809. Greenville Dist, SC. Bk H, pg 223.

1807 Dec 18 John Gowen of Spartanburg Dist conveys to Pleasant Easley of Greenville Dist a tract of land in Greenville Dist and Spartanburg Dist on both sides of the S Fork of Pacolett River, adjacent of Easley’s land, along the Mill Dam, on John Bates’ line, containing 150 acres part of two tracts of land granted to John Gowen the greater part dated Jan 21, 1785 whereon said Easley now lives and has a gristmill, also one other parcel or tract joining the above adjacent Moses White’s line, and Willey S Brown’s line, to John Whitten’s line, to Robert Goodgion’s line, to John Bates’ line, containing est 100 acres, being part of a tract granted to William Clayton. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: John Gowen Jr, William Cannon. Proved up on July 16, 1808. Recorded Aug 1, 1808. Greenville County, SC. Bk H, pg 131.

1808 Feb 22 John Gowen of Spartanburg Dist conveys to John Townsend of Greenville Dist land in the Greenville Dist on both sides of the N Fork of Mill Creek, on the E side of a trace of 50 acres of John Kirkland, along his line. Land conveyed is 199 acres part of a tract granted on April 5, 1790 to William Jamison for 246 acres. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: John Gowen Jr, John Melton. Greenville County, SC. Bk H, pg 80.

1808 Oct 1 John Gowen Sr of Spartanburg Dist to John Gowen Jr of Spartanburg Dist land in Greenville Dist SC on the Middle Fork of Saluda River, containing by estimation 24 acres being part of a tract of land containing 400 acres granted by patent on Oct 15, 1784 to John Gowen Sr. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: W B Gowen, John Lucas. Proved up on Feb 6, 1809 by Winn B. Gowen. Recorded Feb 9, 1809. Greenville Co, SC. Bk H, pg 210, 211

1808 Dec 8 John Gowen of Spartanburg Dist conveys to Willey S Brown of Greenville Dist, a tract of land in the Greenville Dist both sides of Greens Creek a branch of S Pacolett River along corner of Richard Brazel and David Hall, containing 50 acres originally part of tract granted to William Lynch on Jun 5, 1786, by him conveyed to Richard Brazel, by him conveyed to Nathaniel Gentry, and by him conveyed to John Gowen. Also, one other tract joining the above containing 7 acres, the same being a part of the above tract granted William Lynch and by him conveyed to David Hall, and by him to Royal Pace, and by him to John Sloan, and by him to Nathaniel Gentry, and by him to John Gowen. Also one other tract joining the above lands, estimated 300 acres part of a tract originally granted July 1, 1793 to Richard Brassell, by him conveyed to Nathaniel Gentry and by him to John Gowen. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Thomas Ponder, James Gowen. Proved up Dec 15, 1808. Recorded April 3, 1809. Greenville County, SC. Bk H, pg 232.

1809 Jan 26 John Gowen Sr of Spartanburg Dist to John Gowen Jr of Greenville Dist give and grant a tract of land in Greenville Dist on the N side of the Middle Fork of Saluda River, adjacent Jesse Mayfield’s corner, on the bank of said River being the land sold by said John Gowen Sr to Jesse Mayfield, including 150 acres originally granted John Burriss Jan 1 1787, also that part of a tract of land originally granted to John Gowen for 400 acres on the N side of the Middle Fork of Saluda River Oct 15, 1784, also that tract of land originally granted to John Gowen Feb 4, 1793 for 553 acres . . . in the whole 853 acres . . . Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Gabl Benson, W B Gowen. Proved up Feb 6 1809. Recorded Feb 9 1809. Greenville Co, SC Bk H, pg 211.

1809 March 6 Thomas Roddy of Greenville Dist to John Gowen of Spartanburg, 1 grey horse, one sorrel filly, two cows calves, four hogs, together with all my household furniture. If Thomas Roddy do pay unto the above John Gowen in twelve months from the date herof, 200 bushels of good sound corn, and seven bushels and one half acre for the plantation he lives on. Peach orchard excepted. Thomas Roddy is to return a mill belonging to John Gowen which he is to have in his possession 12 monts in as good order as she now is, excepting the natural use. Sd Gowen is to pay for turning the tunnel head then the above bill sale to be void otherwise to remain in force virtu. Signed: Thomas Roddy. Wits: John Gowen Jr, A Mills. Proved up March 23, 1809. Recorded April 6, 1809. Greenville Co, SC Bk H, pg 250.

1810 US Census in Greenville Co, SC with John Gowen, 1 white male 16 to 25 yrs, 1 white male 10 to 15, 1 white female 16 to 25, 1 white female 10 to 15.

1810 US Census in Greenville Co, SC with Sarah Gowen, 4 “all other free persons”

1814 Aug 3 Winn B Gowen and Nancy his wife both of Greenville Dist to John Holcombe of Greenville Dist, a tract of land in Greenville Dist, SC part of a tract of land granted to Benjamin Barton, and from him to John Gowen, from him to Winn B Gowen, and bounded on a corner of Gowen’s Mill tract, along Gowen’s line, then along Thomas Barton’s line, along Littleberry Holcombe’s line, then to the road that leads from Littleberry Holcombe’s to Laban Loftis’, along said road to Gowen’s line, containing 95 acres. Signed: W. B. Gowen, Nancy Gowen. Wits: Jordan Holcombe, Wm H Holcombe. Proved up on Feb 1, 1815. Recorded Feb 1, 1815. Greenville County, SC. Bk I, pg 342.

1815 Sept 14 Winn B Gowen to Sterling Harris a tract of land in Greenville Dist, SC on both sides of the Sink Hole Fork of Tyger River, along William Holcomb’s corner, along Hannah Ballew’s fence, along Laban Loftis’ corner, containing 188 acres, part of a survey of land granted to John Gowen deceased and by his last will bequeathed to Winn B Gowen. Signed: W. B. Gowen. Wits: Thomas Jackson, Joseph Barton. Proved up on Sept 14, 1816. Recorded April 6, 1816. Greenville Co, SC. Bk I, pg 494.

1815 Oct 18 Winn B Gowen of Greenville Dist to Jonathan Stokes of Spartanburg Dist a tract of land in Greenville Dist on both sides of the Beaver Dam Creek of Tygar on the N side of the Creek near the mouth of my Mill house branch, along William Holcomb’s corner, along Harris’ corner, along Harris’ fence, to the bank of the Creek below my Grist Mill, containing estimated 320 acres, survey originally made to Edmund Bearden for 640 acres on Oct 15, 1784 and conveyed to my father John Gowen, and him willed unto Winn B Gowen whereon is erected a grist mill. Also one other tract of land in Greenville Dist, joining the above on the S side at the Buncomb road, then along Littleberry Holcomb’s line, containing 16 acres part of my Father’s land and willed to Winn B Gowen. Signed. W. B. Gowen. Wits: George Miller, John Dill. Proved up on Nov 4, 1817. Recorded March 30, 1818. Greenville County, SC. Bk K, pg 178.

1815 Nov 17 Winn B Gowen of Greenville Dist to William Holcombe Sr of Greenville Dist, a tract of land in Greenville Dist on the head waters of Middle Tyger River, part of a tract of land granted to John Gowin containing 45 acres. Signed: W. B. Gowen. Wits: Darius Holcombe, Jesse Gosnell. Proved up March 1816. Recorded April 6, 1816. Greenville County, SC. Bk I, pg 493.

1816 Dec 4 Winn B Gowen of Greenville Dist, SC to Joseph Barton and William Barton each of Greenville Dist, SC, a tract of land containing 15 acres in Greenville Dist, SC on both sides of the Sink Hole Fork of Tiger River, along the corner of land granted to Edmond Bearden and conveyed by Bearden to John Gowen, and from Gowen bequethed to his son Winn B Gowen. Signed: Winn B. Gowen. Wits: John Goodlett, John Gowen. Proved up Dec 7, 1816. Recorded Oct 1, 1817. Greenville County, SC. Bk K, pg 88.

1818 March 31 The executors of John Gowen, decd viz John Gowen Jr, Winn B. Gowen, Street Thruston, and James Blassingame sell to Rice F Ross of Greenville Co, SC, a tract of land in Greenville Dist on the S side of South Packolate River, below the waggon ford of the Togaloo road on the S side of S Pockolate River, on Bates’ old line, along the old corner made for Pleasant Early, containing by estimate 132 acres the principal part of said tract known by the name of Moses Span’s old plantation. Originally granted to James B(sp?), and from him to said Span, and from him to John Gowen Sr. Signed: John Gowen, Street Thruston, W B Gowen, James Blassingame. Wits: Asa McCrowder, Minor W Brown. Proved up on Jan 26, 1819. Recorded Jan 26, 1819. Greenville Co, SC. Bk K, pg 338.

1819 Sept 7 Winn B Gowen conveys to Thomas Barton both of Greenville Dist, SC, a tract of land in the Greenville Dist, SC on the E side of the Sink Hole Fork of Tyger River, on the W branch of sd Creek, along Jonathan Stokes’ corner, along the fence of Sterling Harris, containing 2 and 1/2 acres being part of a survey of land to John Gowen decd by Edmond Beardon, bequeathed to his son Winn B Gowen, and Winn B Gowen to Thomas Barton. Signed: Winn B Gowen. Wits: Robert D Talley, William A Dawson, Dyer Talley. Proved up Jan 17, 1822. Recorded Jan 17, 1822. Greenville Co, SC. Bk L, pg 300.

1821 Jan 18 Henry Wolf to John Gowen a tract of land in Greenville Dist on the N side of the Middle Fork of Saluda River. Plantation whereon Henry Woolf now lives, part of a tract of land granted to George Woolf decd, by patent bearing date of Oct 15, 1784, including land laying on the N side of said River, also 58 acres of land granted to John Reaves by patent May 7, 1787 by said Reaves conveyed to George Woolf decd, also all that part of a tract of land laying on the N side of said River granted to said George Woolf on Feb 6, 1786, excepting 10 acres sold to Wm Magunkin. Also all the ballance of a tract of land granted to George Wolf decd on March 24, 1795, containing 380 acres, including all the land and premises willed to Henry Wolf by George Wolf decd. Signed: Henry Wolf. Wits: David Blythe, Richar Goodlett. Greenville Co, SC Bk M, pg 233.

1822 Oct 30 John Gowen to John Bates a tract of land in Greenville Dist, on the N side of the Middle Fork of Saluda River the plantation where Lewis Landers now lives, being part of a tract of land granted to George Wolf Oct 15, 1784 on the N side of said River, also 58 acres granted to John Reaves on May 7, 1787, Reaves conveyed to George Wolf decd. Also part of a tract of land on the N side of said River granted to George Wolf, Feb 6, 1786, excepting 10 acres sold to Wm McJunkin. Also the ballance of a tract or parcel of land granted to George Wolf decd on March 24, 1795 containing 380 acres including premises willed to said Henry Wolf by George Wolf decd. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: James Goodlett, Joseph Christopher. Proved up Jan 24, 1823. Dower released by Catharine Gowen, wife of within John Gowen on Jan 18, 1823. Signed: Caty Gowen. Recorded May 23, 1823. Greenville Co, SC. Bk N, pg 65.

1824 April 5, John Gowen and Winn B Gowen, John Gowen Sr decd’s heirs to Francis Adams a tract of land in Greenville Dist on the waters of the Middle Tyger River, on corner of Nancy Easley’s place, containing 65 acres and a half being part of a tract of 362 acres originally granted to Anna Easley. Signed: John Gowen, W B Gowen, Street Thurston. Wits: Julius McCreary, James Adams. Proved up on May 21, 1824. Recorded May 3, 1824. Greenville County, SC. Bk N, pg 263.

1824 Jan 28 John Gowen to Jeremiah Cleveland a tract of land on both sides of the Middle Fork of Saluda River containing 2000 acres including 400 acres granted to John Gowen on Oct 15, 1784, except a small part conveyd to Jesse Mayfield, 553 acres granted to John Gowen on Feb 4, 1793, 820 acres granted to John Gawen on Jan 30, 1814, except about 20 acres more or less agreed to be sold to John Bates, also 150 acres granted to John Burress on Jan 1, 1787, by him conveyed to John Gowen Sr, decd, then to John Gowen Jr. Also 200 acres granted to John Geffers who conveyed it to James Gowen and by him to Buckley Blassingame, and by him to John Gowen. Also 99 acres conveyed to John Gowen by Jesse Mayfield on April 10, 1815, also 148 acres on the S side of the same river part of a tract originally granted George Woolf by him to David Grogan, and by him to John Gowen on March 7, 1821. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: John Gowen Jr, John Hodges, B J Earle. Proved up on Feb 2, 1824. Catharine Gowen, wife of John Gowen, releases dower. Greenville Co, SC. Bk N, pg 209.

1824 Oct 30 John Gowen to John Bates a parcel of land on the branches of the Middle Fork of Saluda River, the same being granted to Joseph Johnson, 142 acres, (20 acres excepted which were sold out of said grant by Joseph Johnson to Jly Waldrip, and made up to said J Bates by adding 20 acres to his lower line . . . between Bates and Jeremiah Cleveland . . . of Joseph Macjunkin and Thomas Harkins, Johnston’s line . . . so as containg 20 acres also one acre of land on the North of the Middle Fork of Saluda River between Thos Wolf, tract and said River. Signed: John Gowen. Wits: Joseph McJunkin, Thomas Harkins. Proved up Nov 2, 1824. Recorded Nov 2, 1824. Greenville County, SC. Bk O, pg 44.

1825 Feb 19 John Gowen of Greenville Dist to Francis Adams of Greenville Dist, a tract of land on both sides of Middle Tyger River, along a corner of Ann Easley, along a survey for Bearding, owned by Jonathan Stokes, Beardens old line, containing 300 acres originally conveyed by John Gowen Jr’s grandfather John Gowen, decd, and by him willed unto John Gowen. Signed: John Gowen, Jr. Wits: Rill Cleveland, J A Cleveland, Jr. Proved up Dec 8, 1825. Recorded Dec 8, 1825. Greenville Co, SC. Bk P, pg 20.

1825 Feb 24 John Gowen and Winn B. Gowen of Greenville Dist, paid by Capt John Lucas, convey unto Capt John Lucat a tract of land in the Dist of Greenville, on Motlows Cr, Spanns, McCrary, containing by estimation 250 acres, being the lower end of a tract of eight hundred thirty seven acres originally graned to Robert Goodgion, by patent bearing date May 1st, 1793, and by him conveyed to our father John Gowen by conveyande June 10, 1790. By him conveyed to our father John Gowen by conveyance bearing date June 10, 1790. Signed: John Gowen and W B Gowen.. Wt: Thomas Stanford, John Page, Jr. Greenville Co, SC. Bk O, pg 190.

1826 Oct 7 Winn B Gowen and Elizabeth Gowen of Greenville Co, SC, Duke Glenn and Anne Glenn of Pendleton Dist, William Gresham and Susan Gresham of Dekalb County, Georgia, being seized in fee simple and in a proportionable part of a certain tract or parcel of land as legatees and heirs of Philimon Bradford decd estate, land in Greenville Dist SC, where widow Bradford now lives bounded E by Davis Hunt’s land, on S by S Fork of Saluda River and on W by said River. Winn B Gowen, Elizabeth Gowen, Duke W Glenn, Anne Glenn, William Grisham, Susan Grisham have made and appt William D Bradford of St Clair County, Alabama and Lemuel J Bradford of Greenville Dist, SC our true and lawful attorneys for us . . . to dispose of the aforesaid tract of land. Signed: W B Gowen, Elizabeth Gowen, Duke Glenn, Anne Glenn, William Grisham, Susan Grisham. Wits: Davis Hunt, John Cox. Proved up Oct 9, 1826. Recorded Nov 10, 1826. Greenville County, SC. Bk P, pg 180.

 

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms104.htm

Oliver F. Going was born June 16, 1870. He died December 11, 1931 and was buried in Springwood Cemetery, according to “Greenville County, South Carolina Epitaphs” by Beverly T. Whitmire.
==O==
Anderson Gowan, negro, headed a household in the 1880 census of Greenville County, Enumeration District 96, page 11, Bates township, composed of:
“Gowan, Anderson 34, born in SC, negro
Mariah 34, born in SC
Margaret 14, born in SC
Georgianna 12, born in SC
Frank 10, born in SC
Hattie 7, born in SC
Allice 5, born in SC
Anderson 2, born in SC”

Enumerated on the same page was a household headed by Edmond Gowan, negro, in Greenville County, Enumeration District 96, Bates township:

“Gowan, Edmond 32, born in SC, negro
Hannah 23, born in SC
Henry S. 11, born in SC
Mollie 10, born in SC
Hannah 75, born in VA, mother”

Also in Enumeration District 96, page 13, Bates township of Greenville County was the household of Reuben Gowan, negro, reported as:

“Gowan, Reuben 56, born in SC, negro
Rosa 41, born in SC
Sylva 19, born in SC, daughter
Thomas 15, born in SC
Lou 11, born in SC
Laura 7, born in SC
Andy 4, born in SC
John 2, born in SC”

Also in Enumeration District 96, page 35, Bates town­ship of Greenville County was the household of Hezza Gowan, negro, reported as:

“Gowan, Hezza 53, born in South Carolina
Emma 45, born in South Carolina
William 12, born in South Carolina
Lou E. 8, born in South Carolina
Isabella 6, born in South Carolina”
==O==
Lettie Gowan was born in South Carolina in April 1859 of parents unknown. She was married about 1877 to Elijah Thurston, according to the research of Pat Wells of Spencer, North Carolina.

Children born to Elijah Thurston and Lettie Gowan Thurston include:

Arthur Thurston born August 1, 1879
Alleathy “Reatha” Thurston born in 1891
Lona Marilla Thurston born in 1894

Arthur Thurston, son of Elijah Thurston and Lettie Gowan Thurston, was born August 1, 1879. He was married about 1902 to Martha Bruce who was born January 1, 1886. She died in 1957, and he died in 1972.

Children born to them include:

J. B. Thurston born about 1903
Hugh Thurston born about 1904
Malissa Thurston born about 1905
Roxanne Thurston born about 1907
Dalton Thurston born about 1908
Bessie Thurston born about 1909
Robert Thurston born about 1910
Haskell Thurston born March 19, 1912

Alleathy “Reatha” Thurston, daughter of Elijah Thurston and Lettie Gowan Thurston, was born in 1891. She was married about 1909 to Simon Turner. Children born to them include:

Minnie Turner born about 1912

Lona Marilla Thurston, daughter of Elijah Thurston and Lettie Gowan Thurston, was born in 1894. She was married about 1912 to Leonard Turner, regarded as a brother to Simon Turner.
==O==
Arke Gowen was enumerated in the 1800 census of Greenville District, page 265, Household 853:

“Gowen, Arke white female 26-45
white male 0-10
white female 0-10
white male 0-10
white male 0-10”
==O==
Benjamin Gowen, free colored over 45, was enumerated as the head of household in the 1800 census of Greenville County, page 246. The household included “one white female over 45” and six slaves.
==O==
Ebenezer Gowen and Frances H. Gowen were parents of Matilda Florence Gowen, “their only daughter, aged 5 months and 2 days who died on Thursday, the 12th ult., after a very short illness.” This incomplete death notice appeared in “Marriage and Death Notices from the Up-Country of South Carolina as taken from Greenville Newspapers, 1826-1863” compiled by Brent H. Holcomb.
==O==
Mary Gowen was enumerated in the 1800 census of Greenville District, page 265, Household 858:
“Gowen, Mary white female 26-45
white male 0-10
white female 0-10
white male 0-10”
==O==
Thomas Gowen appeared as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Greenville County, page 1, No. 27, adjoining Lucy Gowen. The family consisted of:

“Gowen, Thomas white male 26-45
white female 26-45
white male 0-10
white female 0-10
white male 0-10
white female 0-10
white male 0-10
[five slaves]

On February 8, 1801 Thomas Gowen sold “Jim, a negro boy” to George W. Earle, according to Greenville County Deed Book F, page 14. The bill of sale, as recorded in “Abstracts of Some Greenville County, South Carolina Records Concerning Black People, Free and Slave, 1791-1865” by Anne K. McCuen, read:

“Know all men by these presents that I Thomas Gowen, in consideration of $275 and other valuable considerations paid by George E. Earle, hath bargained . . . to George W. Earle, his heirs . . . forever the following negro, to wit, Jim a negro boy about 12 years old, which said negro boy, Jim, I warrant to be sound, healthy and sensible . . .

February 28, 1801 Thomas Gowin

Witnesses: Thomas Edwards, Esq.
Elizabeth Grigsby
Franky W. Earle”

On February 22, 1802 Thomas Gowen sold a negro couple to William Young, according to Greenville County Deed Book F, page 235. The bill of sale was abstracted in the McCuen volume as:

“Know all men by these presents that I, Thomas Gowen, in consideration of £235 sterling paid by William Young, hath bargained . . . to William Young, his heirs . . . forever the following negroes, to wit, Roger, a negro man and Chloe, a negro worman . . .
February 22, 1802 Thomas Goin

Witnesses:
John Young
John W. Hansell
John Young, J.P.”

Lucy Gowen appeared adjacent to Thomas Gowen as the head of a household in the 1800 census of Greenville County, page 244:

“Gowen, Lucy white female over 45
white female 26-45
white female 26-45
white female 16-26
white female 16-26
white male 10-16
white male 10-16
white female 10-16
white female 10-16
white male 0-10”

On July 27, 1824, Ruben Harrison, Sr. of Pendleton District made an affidavit regarding Lucy Gowen, according to Greenville County Deed Book O, page 65. The affidavit was abstracted in the McCuen volume as:

“Pendleton District, S.C. Personally came Ruben Harrison, Sen. before me the subscribing Justice and being duly sworn, saith he was personally acquainted with Lucy Gowen of Greenville District who was a free white woman and was called the mother of Polly Burdin. Sworn and subscribed this 27 July, 1824. Reuben Harrison

Witness: John Fleming, J.P.
Recorded August 20, 1827”

William Shaw and his wife Susannah Gowen Shaw were residents of Greenville County about 1799 when their son, Thomas G.[owen?] Shaw was born, according to Jan Garland. Thomas G. Shaw removed to Opelousas, Louisiana where he was married to Elizabeth Fogleman April 22, 1819 in St. Landry Parish.
==O==
David Gowen, mulatto, headed a household in the 1880 census of Greenville County, Enumeration District 97, page 5, Paris Mountain township:

“Gowen, David 34, born in SC
Sarah 22, born in SC
Matison 8, born in SC
Lexia 7, born in SC, son
Carry 5, born in SC
James 3, born in SC
[infant] 24/30, born in SC, son”
==O==
George W. Gowen, negro, headed a household in the 1880 census of Greenville County Enumeration District 97, page 4, Paris Mountain township:

“Gowen, George W. 24, born in SC
Fanny 16, born in SC
Mary 3/12, born in SC, daugh­ter
Bates, Georgy 15, born in SC, cousin”
==O==
Henry Gowen, negro, headed a household in the 1880 census of Greenville County, Enumeration District 97, page 6, Paris Mountain township:

“Gowen, Henry 25, born in SC
Leaner 18, born in SC
Rose 2, born in SC
Berry, Dolly 12, born in SC, sister-in-law
Gowen, Jorden 3, born in SC, nephew”
==O==
James C. Gowen, First Lieutenant of Company A, Gainesville Light Infantry, 11th Georgia Volunteer Regiment, son of E. N. Gowen of Gainesville, Georgia, died at Warrenton, Virginia September 22, 1862 of wounds received at the Battle of Manassas. W. H. Mitchell, his captain, submitted a eulogy of James C. Gowen February 5, 1863 for newspaper publication, according to “Marriage and Death Notices from the Up-Country of South Carolina as taken from Greenville Newspapers, 1826-1863” compiled by Brent H. Holcomb, C.A.L.S.
==O==
Allen Gowin was enumerated as the head of a household in Ninety-six District, Greenville County, page 69, according to “Heads of Families, South Carolina, 1790:”

Gowin, Allen white male over 16
white female”

_______________________________

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