South Carolina – Union County

FamilySearch.org info on Union County, South Carolina: 

https://familysearch.org/wiki/en/Union_County,_South_Carolina_Genealogy

SOURCES and FACTS:

1777 Feb 29 – George Gowin of North Carolina to John Foster of 96 Dist, SC, for 200 pounds paid by John Foster, grant unto John Foster a tract on the East side of Broad River near Lafferty’s Creek being granted to George Gowin by patent on Nov 9, 1774 . . . Signed: George Gowan. Wit: John Nuckols, Richard Nuckols. Proved up by John Nuckols on April 8, 1777. bk A, p 54 Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-G3VS-4?i=41&cat=340217

1787 Sept 1 – Drury Going fr Merry McGuire – Mery McGuire of Union County Planter, and Drury Gowing of Chester Co, SC, . . . by a certain tract of land grant date of June 5, 1786 granted unto Merry McGuire a tract of land containing 319 acres on the south side of Broad River in 96 Dist, bounded by Hughes’ land, Esquire Brown’s land, Samuel Talbot’s land, Joseph Polson’s land, . . . Signed: Merry McGuire. Wits: James Savage, Joshua Palmore, William Sharp. – bk A, p 469. Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-G32R-M?i=251&cat=340217

1797 Apr 20 – Estate of Going to Mrs Going, Isaac Going, Elijah Going, James Going, Job Going, – Pursuant to the orders of the commissioners appointed to appraise and divide the Real Estate of Drury Going decd, I have laid off the above tract of one hundred and seven acres and 1/3 it being part of the 250 acre tract on which said deceased formerly lived, and now laid off for the use of the widow of the said deceased including the dwelling house and spring. Adjacent to Aaron Lockert’s land, Elliotts corner. Plat No. 1Mrs Going’s part lower division on the River east side. Signed: William Gaston – Dept Surveyor. Recorded on Sept 12, 1814. bk M, p 197-199. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – By order of the commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyin deceased, I have laid off 71 acres and 1/3 of land being the middle tract of the 250 acres tract on which the said Drury Goyin formerly lived. Adjacent to the Broad River, land for Mrs Going, Robert Elliott’s land. Plat No 2 Middle division on East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston – Dept Surveyor. Recorded on Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – Commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyen decd, 71 and 1/3 acres of land on which the deceased formerly lived. Adjacent Elliott’s land, and the Broad River. Plat No. 3 upper division. East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – By order of the commissioners appointed to divide the lands of Drury Goyn deceased . . . a tract of land situate in Union County, purchased by said Goyins from Mery McGuire for 319 acres – find it to contain only 259 acres clear of Robert Smith’s old granted land. Adjacent Broad River, Hughes’ land, Capt Palmer’s land, Robert Smith’s land, Robert Elliott’s land, Samuel Tolbert’s land. Plat No 4 on the west side of Broad River. Signed. William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 11 – By order of the Commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyne deceased . . . tract of land belonging to said estate in Union County, on Laurel Branch waters of Fannings Creek, purchased by said Drury Goyns from Charles Brock and said to be 80 acres, . . . I find within the lines of said tract 113 acres . . . Adjacent to McKissocks land, Robert Smith’s land, Laurel Branch, Brock’s land. Plat No 5 on the West side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-6?i=118&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – a true platt of 100 acres of land belonging to estate of Drury Goyin deceased in Chester County, including Elliott’s old field . . . Adjacent Joseph Robertsons land, Cherry’s land, Job Goen’s land, Aaron Lockert’s land. No. 6 on East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston. Proved up on Sept 12, 1814. pgs 197-199. Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-6?i=118&cat=340217

1802 abt Isaac Goians (or Gorans) listed in Pacolet Baptist Church (Union County, South Carolina): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5T-S?i=133&cat=386352
1802 abt James Going listed in Pacolet Baptist Church (Union County, South Carolina): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5T-S?i=133&cat=386352

1805 Jan 15 – James Gowen from Elijah and Sarah Gowen, – Sarah Goine adminx of Elijah Goine admnr of Drury Goine decd of Chester Dist, SC, in consideration of one shilling paid by James Goine, grant to James Goine two tracts of land on west side of Broad River in Union Dist. One tract on bank of Broad River on Hughes’ line, containing 259 acres, the other tract in Union Dist on Branches of Fannin Creek, adj Robert Smith’s line, containing 113 acres, Signed: Elijah Going, Sarah Going. Wits: Job Going, Jerret Going. Proved up on Jan 24, 1805 by Job Going. bk H, p 207 Union Co, SC
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4L-YS69-Q?i=534&cat=340217

1805 Dec 12 – Isaac Going fr Robert Foster –Isaac Going paid $400 to Robert Foster for 83 acres adj to William D Lane, Merry McGuire, Robert Chapman, Isaac McKissick, Shadrick Pruit, said Lanes land formerly in occupation of James Crumpton. Signed: Robert Foster. Wits: Isaac McKissick, Joseph McKissick. Proved up on June 28, 1806 by Isaac McKissick. Feb 10, 1807 dower released by Sarah Foster, wife of Robert Foster. bk K, p 292 Union Co, SC.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QVS6?i=469&cat=340217

1805 Dec 12 – Isaac Going fr Robert Foster – Isaac Going paid $200 to Robert Foster for land in Union Dist on waters of Pacolate River, on south branch of Ready Branch Marks, containing 100 acres, also 55 acres surveyed for Obadiah Kindrick on Feb 22, 1796 granted by Chalres Sisson, adj to Robert Chapman’s land, Fredrick Archur land, Isaac McKissick land, John Cole’s land . . . Signed: Robert Foster. Wits: Isaac McKissick, Joseph McKissick. Proved up by Isaack McKissick on June 28, 1806. Feb 10, 1807 – Sarah Foster gives up dower rights. bk K, p 293.  Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QVS8?i=470&cat=340217

1811 Aug 12 – Alexander Brown, for $400 dollars paid by Josiah Shelton, sell him a plantation of land containing 100 acres, part of a tract originally belonging to James Benson Sr, willed to his daughter Sarah Brown and her heirs, being the plantation where Alexander Brown now lives on the south side of the Tygar River, bounded by John Hughey, Samuel Jenkins, Dr James Davis, Stacy Cooper, the Tygar River, John Hughy’s line . . . Signed: Alexander Brown, Sarah Brown, David Going, Anney Going, Elizabeth Brown, James Brown. Wits: William Cooper, George Creach, Daniel Felder. Proved up on Sept 26, 1815 by William Cooper. pg. 186. Union Co, SC.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZR-4?i=299&cat=340217

1811 Sept 16 – James Going to Robert CookJames Going of Robinson Co, TN, for $150 paid by Robert Cook, grant land on the west side of the Broad River in Union Dist, on Hughes’ line, containing 259 acres. Signed: James Goyne. Wits: William Lockert, J. Rogers. Proved up on Oct 30, 1811 by William Lockert before Geo Plaxico QU. Recorded Jan 6, 1817. bk N p 289.  Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZG-N?i=351&cat=340217

1812 Feb case involving John Gowin case agst West Harris in Union Co SC

1812 Feb case inv John Gowen appeal case v William Wells in Union Co SC

1812 Feb case William Thomson v John Gowen case in Union Co SC
South Carolina, Union County, Court of Equity, 1801-1841. p 33 (p. 34 on Adobe).

1812 Feb 19 – John Gowen to Hugh GowenJohn Gowen for 5 shillings paid by loving son Hugh Gowen as well as for the love and affection I have towards the said Hugh Gowen, granted and sold unto son Hugh Gowin all my personal estate consisting of the following property (viz) One bay horse 10 years old, one dark sorrel horse 6 years old, two beds and furniture, 1 cart, 2 potts, 1 oven, 1 bridle and saddle, and 10 barrels of corn . . . Signed: John Gowen. Wits: John Saunders, Jr. Robert Buford. Proved up on Feb 19, 1812 by John Saunders Junr. bk L, p 113 Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QJBB?i=549&cat=340217

1816 Oct 3 – Isaac Going fr Henry Davis Jr – Isaac Going pays $130 dollars to Henry Davis Jr for 50 acres of land on the head of Reedy Branch Waters of Packolet River on lines of Henry Davis Sr, Isaac Going, Merry McGuire, W Long, William Coles . . . Signed: Henry Davis Jr. Wits: Henry Davis Sr, Vincent Davis. Proved up by Vincent Davis on Oct 26, 1816. bk O, p 166.  Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZZ-P?i=525&cat=340217

1817 June 4 – Isaac Going fr Abner McGuire – Abner McGuire for myself and the heirs of Merry McGuire decd for $600 dollars paid by Isaag Going in Union Dist, convey land on waters of Tannans Creek containing 336 acres bounded by Isaac Going’s land, Pinckney Road, H Davis . . . Signed: Abner McGuire. Wits: George Garner, J J Foster. Proved up on Sept 11, 1818 by George Garner. bk O, p 315. Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZ7-F?i=599&cat=340217

1818 Sept 5 – Alexander Goin admr and A W Thompson are bound to William Rue of Union Co, 200 dollars admin the estate of Rhoda Goin, since or otherwise Rhoda Kilpatrick. 1813 Sept 11, inventory returned and signed by Alexander Goin. box 10, package 2, year 1818. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FF4M-4?i=18&cc=1911928&cat=443574

1821 Nov 16 – Vincent Goin to James Foot – Vincent Goins of Union Dist, SC, sell unto James Foote our bed and furniture, two bedsteads, four chairs, our pot, one oven, and lid, have doz puter plates, half doz spoons, one sugar dish, half doz knives and forks, one dow and calf, one sow, and four pigs, two sheats, one wading hoe, one pair cards and box which property I do bargain and sell unto James Foote . . . Signed: Vincent Goins. Wits: John M Whitlock. Proved up by John M Whitlock on April 24, 1823. bk R, p 282 Union Co, SC.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L9MH-T?i=149&cat=340217

1822 Dec 28 – Rebecca Going fr John Palmer, I John Palmer of Union Co, SC for the love and good will I have for my loving daughter Rebecca Going, give her two negros and one by the name of Milly, the other by the name of Henry, and also one feather bed and furniture . . . Signed: John Palmer. Wits: Ellis Palmer, Joseph McKissick. Proved up Dec 28, 1822 by Joseph McKissick. bk R, p 220. Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L1H2?i=118&cat=340217

1824 Jan 26 Doshea Plaxco appointed executor of John Plaxco estate in York Co SC
York County, South Carolina Minute book 1814-1830. p. 152 (pg 96 on FamilySearch).
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-JX9H-29?i=95&cc=1919417&cat=24663

1824 March 10 – Isaac Going to IJ Foster – Isaac Going of Union Dist for $200 dollars paid by Isaac J Foster, grant 100 acres on Tannans Creek, on the south side of the Pinckney Road . . . Signed: Isaac Going. Wits: James Vinsan, C C Cudd. Feb 10, 1825 Rebecca Going, wife of Isaac Going, releases her dower. Proved up by James Vinsan on July 10, 1825. bk S, p 212.  Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L14T?i=339&cat=340217

1826 May Term
South Carolina)
Union District)
Personally came James Savage before me and being duly sworn made oath that he saw this within named Charles Dick on yesterday that he is well acquainted with him, and has no doubt but that he is totaly deprived of the use of his reason.
Sworn to and subscribed bfore me this 25th day of May 1826. J. McKibbing (JP), James Savage.

On motion of Clendenin for the petition. Ordered that writ in nature of a Writ de lunatice inquirendo do issue forthe with to be directed to John Rogers Esquire, Isaac Goings Esquire, Richardson Lipsey Esquire, James Savage, and John Gage Senr. commanding them and requiring them to summons a jury and inquire into the lunacy of Charles Dick, and make return of their proceedings then to this Court.  South Carolina, Union County, Court of Equity, 1801-1841.

1828 Feb 13 – James McCluney v James Anderson – suit re land – p. 374 – Union Co, SC.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4SYC-K?i=196&cat=394580
index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4SYC-J?i=221&cat=394580

1829 Sept 19 – Abell H Jewett v. Charles Gowing – re a promissory note due . p. 148 Union Co, SC.  https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4SY7-C?i=311&cat=394580 (case)  Index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4STT-5?i=496&cat=394580

1829 Oct 27 – Isaac Going fr Amasa Palmer etal – We, Hezekiah Palmer, John Palmer, Nancy Edwards, Amasa Palmer of the State of Georgia, Ellis Palmer, William Palmer, Joseph McKissick, Nancy Edward of Franklin County, Amasa Palmer of Green County, and John Palmer of Handcock County, Ellis Palmer and William Palmer, Joseph McKissick all of Union District in consideration of $800.00 paid by Isaac Going have granted to Isaac Going a tract of land containing 300 acres in Union Dist, on the waters of Browns Creek, including the plantation which John Palmer decd formerly lived, bounding Browns Creek, William Ezell’s land, Striblings land . . . Signed: Amasa Palmer, Joh Palmer, Joseph McKissick, Nancy Edwards, William Palmer, Elijah Palmer agent for Hezekiah Palmer. Wits: Thomas B. Going, John M. Going, John W P McKisseck. Proved up on Jan 18, 1832 by John W P McKissick. on Jan 18, 1832 Roda McKissick, wife of Joseph McKissick released her claim of dower. bk V, p 274. Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9CM-N?i=435&cat=340217

1830 Aug 9 – Isaac Going fr Abel Ezell and Sarah Ezell for $86 dollars and 66 cents, convey land on Brown’s Creek, bounded by William Palmer, William Ezell, John Stribling, Robert Harris, David Nicholas, said tract of land belonging to estate of John Palmer decd … Signed: Abel Ezell, Sarah Ezell. Wits: John Porter, Nathaniel Rochester. Proved up Feb 7, 1831 by John Porter. bk T, p 494.  Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9CK-D?i=271&cat=340217

1834 Jan 3 – Isaac Going fr WWE Moreland – WWE Moreland for $50 paid by Isaac Going, sold and conveyed to Isaac Going part of the tract of land on which I now live, on the waters of Pacolet, containing 25 acres, bounded along Going’s line . . . Signed: WWE Moreland. Wits: J Moreland, OK Moreland. Jan 16, 1834 – Mariah Moreland, wife of WWE Moreland, released her claim to dower. Jan 16, 1834 J Moreland proved up deed. bk W, p 185. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-LHKW?i=100&cat=340217

1838 March – Drury Gowing v. Joseph Reid – wins default, but needs to know damages. Costs awarded. p. 160 (or 169) Union Co, SC.
Index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4STR-3?i=523&cat=394580

1844 John M Going, admin T B Going, box 31, package 16, year 1844. Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FNKL-J?i=671&cc=1911928&cat=443574

1844 Jan 5 – James McCollum decd, with Charles Gowing adm p 101 Union Co, SC   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-JF94-3Z?i=73&cc=1919417&cat=394620

1844 Sept 2 – Thomas B Going, Isaac Going and Richard Page, bound to admin estate of John M Going decd, p 115 Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-JF94-3C?i=80&cc=1919417&cat=394620

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Union Co SC FamilySearch notes

Church:

Church records, 1787-1805
Authors:
Skull Shoals Baptist Church (Cherokee County, South Carolina) (Main Author)
Pacolet Baptist Church (Union County, South Carolina) (Added Author)
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/386352?availability=Family%20History%20Library (No index – reviewed to here: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5R-X?i=152&cat=386352 ).
(Available online)
William Gaston – baptised Oct 1788: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S55-C?i=131&cat=386352
Robert Elliot – baptised Oct 1788: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S55-C?i=131&cat=386352
John McWhorter – baptism May 1794, dismissed Sept 1795: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5Y-W?i=132&cat=386352
Elisebeth McWhorter – dismissed Sept 1795: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5Y-W?i=132&cat=386352
1802 abt Isaac Goians (or Gorans) listed in Pacolet Baptist Church (Union County, South Carolina): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5T-S?i=133&cat=386352
1802 abt James Going listed in Pacolet Baptist Church (Union County, South Carolina): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5T-S?i=133&cat=386352
1788 Oct 14 – Brother Camp and McDougal preached. Br Camp administered Baptism to William Gaston, Robert Elliott, Samuel McCreary, and Mary Williams.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-6S5Y-S?i=140&cat=386352

Church minutes, 1784-1955
Authors:
Padget’s Creek Baptist Church (Union County, South Carolina) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/355835?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)
Jeremiah Burns B.D. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSHM-2H9J?i=9&cat=355835
James Hollis B.D. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSHM-2H9J?i=9&cat=355835
1810 Aug – Thomas Hollis B https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSHM-2H44?i=13&cat=355835
1810 Aug – Elizabeth Hollis B. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSHM-245K?i=14&cat=355835
1810 Aug – Margaret Hollis B. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSHM-241X?i=15&cat=355835
Index Hs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSHM-24TY?i=76&cat=355835
James Hollis – 1
Thomas Hollis – 4
Rachel Hollis D’d – 5
Anne Hollis B.
Willis Hollis B

Records of births and deaths 1790-1836
Authors:
Society of Friends. Cane Creek Monthly Meeting (Union County, South Carolina) (Main Author)
Society of Friends. Caesar’s Creek Monthly Meeting (Warren County, Ohio) (Added Author)
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/288428?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Review at FamilyHistory Center)

Courts:

Equity bills, 1798-1870
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Equity (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/476669?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Online but not ready yet – still on 4/6/2018)

Journals and minutes, 1802-1868; index to journals and minutes, 1802-1840
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Ordinary (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/394612?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)
Index: Gs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C959-C92Z-T?i=25&cat=394612
Rhoda Going admn Alexander Going – Personal est papers – 31-2 (Bk A, B or C – blacked out – cant read: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C959-C92Z-T?i=25&cat=394612
1844 John M Going admn Thos B Going – 153-4
1861 Isaac Going admn WGW Going – 52-6

CHURCH records:

Minutes of the Pacolet Baptist Church. May 20, 1787 to Feb 2, 1805
Members of Pacolet Baptist Church:

1787 Oct 9 – John Palmer called to act as deacon
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HG9V?i=20&cat=357193

1788 Feb thru June John Palmer mentioned a few times in notes for duties at church: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HL16?i=21&cat=357193

1788 John Palmer – listed as deacon (note: father of Rebecca Palmer – wife of Isaac Going).
Robert Elliot baptised on Oct 1788.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGMQ?i=15&cat=357193

1788 Sept 8 – William Gaston and Robert Elliott desire to become members of church. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HLBY?i=22&cat=357193

1788 Oct 14 – Baptism admin by Br Camp to William Gaston, Robert Elliott, Samuel McCreary, and Mary Williams: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HLB5?i=24&cat=357193

1800 (abt) – Isaac Goians and James Going listed in the “Names of the members of Pacolet Church, when baptised, or received by letter, dismissed by letter or excommunicated or dead.” https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HL1R?i=16&cat=357193

1803 April – … the Church open door for experience and received Isaac Going to be baptised at a Saturday ….
1803 June – …Isaac Going baptism mentioned again.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HLT5?i=62&cat=357193

1803 July 2d Saturday meeting – … At the above meeting received by Baptism our bretheren James Goings, Herbert Archer and our sister Briget, brother Spears negro. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HLBS?i=63&cat=357193

1805 – Rebecca Palmer now Going listed around 1805
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGM8?i=18&cat=357193

Minutes of the Pacolet Church 1846-1873
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HLY9?i=70&cat=357193

Preface of book:
The following is a list of deacons belonging to Pacolet Church who have served, and continue to serve
1. James Pettie
2. John Palmer
3. Robert Elliott
4. Abraham Guiton
5. Isaac Going
6. George Wilkins
7. Sherod James
8. Abraham Summerford
9. Joshua Foster
10. Vincent Davis
11. James Spears
12. William Mullinar
13. Thomas B Going
14. William Spears died 21st Aug 1864
15. M S Kendrick died in the army
16. John R Crocker
17. A F Kendrick
18. Dr Robert Little
19. John Cole – they were the first
20. John Reid – they were the first
21. J B Tolleson
22. A F Leaife
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HLTM?i=73&cat=357193

1827 Thomas B Going baptised church 1827 and discharged 1870 – No 2: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGR7?i=243&cat=357193

1844 Nancy Going baptised church No 10: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGR7?i=243&cat=357193

1859 William Going Jr baptised church No 75: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGTM?i=242&cat=357193

1864 Evelina Going baptised church No 103: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGTM?i=242&cat=357193

1864 Miram Going baptised church No 114: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGTM?i=242&cat=357193

1868 T B Going – conducting services – reading the Lords Prayer, etc, at church: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGYX?i=213&cat=357193 ; https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGY5?i=214&cat=357193 ; https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HG5B?i=217&cat=357193

Letter from T B Going in church recs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGRY?i=238&cat=357193

1868 W McI Going baptized church No 161: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSRD-HGPV?i=241&cat=357193

Minute book, 1785-1799
Authors:
South Carolina. County Court (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/394569?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Online but not ready yet – still as of 4/6/18)

Miscellaneous records, 1795-1841
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Equity (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/388565?availability=Family%20History%20Library (no index – review page by page)
(Available online)

Petitions for guardianship of Union County [South Carolina] ca. 1803-1868
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Equity (Union District) (Main Author)
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/418373?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Not available yet – as of 4/6/18)

Pleadings and judgments, 1800-1906
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Common Pleas (Union County) (Main Author)
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/394580?availability=Family%20History%20Library
1800-1813 (not available yet):
1841-1906: (not available yet):
1816-1838: https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008191549?cat=394580 (Index at back of book – no Going in Gs).

1816-1820:
1828 Feb 13 – James McCluney v James Anderson – suit re land – p. 374 –
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4SYC-K?i=196&cat=394580
index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4SYC-J?i=221&cat=394580

1821-1831: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4SYF-Y?i=233&cat=394580
No Going in Gs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4STR-X?i=495&cat=394580

1829 Sept 19 – Abell H Jewett v. Charles Gowing – re a promissory note due . p. 148
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4SY7-C?i=311&cat=394580 (case)
Index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4STT-5?i=496&cat=394580

1835-1838: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4STR-N?i=512&cat=394580
No Going in Gs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4ST5-1?i=518&cat=394580

1838 March – Drury Gowing v. Joseph Reid – wins default, but needs to know damages. Costs awarded. p. 160 (or 169)
Index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSL6-4STR-3?i=523&cat=394580

South Carolina, Union County, Court of Equity, 1801-1841 : #cW.P.A. Project 2004
Statement of Responsibility:
sponsored by University of South Carolina ; supervised by Flora B. Surles ; copied by Maggie Mae Dunn
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522314
(Downloaded)

South Carolina, Union County court records, 1801-1838
Authors:
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Added Author)
Davis, Ruth (Added Author)
Dunn, Maggie Mae (Added Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522312
(Downloaded)

Union County, minutes of the Court
Authors: South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Added Author)
David, Ruth (Added Author)
Dunn, Maggie Mae (Added Author)
Minutes include years 1790 through 1822.
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522311
(Downloaded)

Union County, minutes of Union Court
Title Also Known As:
South Carolina, Union County, Court minutes, 1785-1832
Statement of Responsibility:
sponsored by University of South Carolina ; supervised by Anne K. Gregorie and Flora B. Surles
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2520772
(Downloaded all 3)

Land:

Conveyance books, 1778-1921; general index, 1785-1913
Authors:
Union County (South Carolina). Register of Mesne Conveyance (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/340217?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online – but still uploading quite a bit)
Grantors Index E-K 1785-1913:
Gs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9RF-K?i=100&cat=340217

1777 Feb 29 – George Gowin of North Carolina to John Foster of 96 Dist, SC, for 200 pounds paid by John Foster, grant unto John Foster a tract on the East side of Broad River near Lafferty’s Creek being granted to George Gowin by patent on Nov 9, 1774 . . . Signed: George Gowan. Wit: John Nuckols, Richard Nuckols. Proved up by John Nuckols on April 8, 1777. bk A, p 54 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-G3VS-4?i=41&cat=340217

1787 Sept 1 – Drury Going fr Merry McGuire – Mery McGuire of Union County Planter, and Drury Gowing of Chester Co, SC, . . . by a certain tract of land grant date of June 5, 1786 granted unto Merry McGuire a tract of land containing 319 acres on the south side of Broad River in 96 Dist, bounded by Hughes’ land, Esquire Brown’s land, Samuel Talbot’s land, Joseph Polson’s land, . . . Signed: Merry McGuire. Wits: James Savage, Joshua Palmore, William Sharp. – bk A, p 469. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-G32R-M?i=251&cat=340217

1805 Jan 15 – James Gowen from Elijah and Sarah Gowen, – Sarah Goine adminx of Elijah Goine admnr of Drury Goine decd of Chester Dist, SC, in consideration of one shilling paid by James Goine, grant to James Goine two tracts of land on west side of Broad River in Union Dist. One tract on bank of Broad River on Hughes’ line, containing 259 acres, the other tract in Union Dist on Branches of Fannin Creek, adj Robert Smith’s line, containing 113 acres, Signed: Elijah Going, Sarah Going. Wits: Job Going, Jerret Going. Proved up on Jan 24, 1805 by Job Going. bk H, p 207
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CS4L-YS69-Q?i=534&cat=340217

Book K: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QVHC?i=297&cat=340217
1805 Dec 12 – Isaac Going fr Robert Foster –Isaac Going paid $400 to Robert Foster for 83 acres adj to William D Lane, Merry McGuire, Robert Chapman, Isaac McKissick, Shadrick Pruit, said Lanes land formerly in occupation of James Crumpton. Signed: Robert Foster. Wits: Isaac McKissick, Joseph McKissick. Proved up on June 28, 1806 by Isaac McKissick. Feb 10, 1807 dower released by Sarah Foster, wife of Robert Foster. bk K, p 292 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QVS6?i=469&cat=340217

1805 Dec 12 – Isaac Going fr Robert Foster – Isaac Going paid $200 to Robert Foster for land in Union Dist on waters of Pacolate River, on south branch of Ready Branch Marks, containing 100 acres, also 55 acres surveyed for Obadiah Kindrick on Feb 22, 1796 granted by Chalres Sisson, adj to Robert Chapman’s land, Fredrick Archur land, Isaac McKissick land, John Cole’s land . . . Signed: Robert Foster. Wits: Isaac McKissick, Joseph McKissick. Proved up by Isaack McKissick on June 28, 1806. Feb 10, 1807 – Sarah Foster gives up dower rights. bk K, p 293 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QVS8?i=470&cat=340217

Book L: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QV9V?i=477&cat=340217

1812 Feb 19 – John Gowen to Hugh GowenJohn Gowen for 5 shillings paid by loving son Hugh Gowen as well as for the love and affection I have towards the said Hugh Gowen, granted and sold unto son Hugh Gowin all my personal estate consisting of the following property (viz) One bay horse 10 years old, one dark sorrel horse 6 years old, two beds and furniture, 1 cart, 2 potts, 1 oven, 1 bridle and saddle, and 10 barrels of corn . . . Signed: John Gowen. Wits: John Saunders, Jr. Robert Buford. Proved up on Feb 19, 1812 by John Saunders Junr. bk L, p 113 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-QJBB?i=549&cat=340217

Book M: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS85-D?i=3&cat=340217

1797 Apr 20 – Estate of Going to Mrs Going, Isaac Going, Elijah Going, James Going, Job Going, – Pursuant to the orders of the commissioners appointed to appraise and divide the Real Estate of Drury Going decd, I have laid off the above tract of one hundred and seven acres and 1/3 it being part of the 250 acre tract on which said deceased formerly lived, and now laid off for the use of the widow of the said deceased including the dwelling house and spring. Adjacent to Aaron Lockert’s land, Elliotts corner. Plat No. 1Mrs Going’s part lower division on the River east side. Signed: William Gaston – Dept Surveyor. Recorded on Sept 12, 1814. bk M, p 197-199. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – By order of the commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyin deceased, I have laid off 71 acres and 1/3 of land being the middle tract of the 250 acres tract on which the said Drury Goyin formerly lived. Adjacent to the Broad River, land for Mrs Going, Robert Elliott’s land. Plat No 2 Middle division on East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston – Dept Surveyor. Recorded on Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – Commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyen decd, 71 and 1/3 acres of land on which the deceased formerly lived. Adjacent Elliott’s land, and the Broad River. Plat No. 3 upper division. East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – By order of the commissioners appointed to divide the lands of Drury Goyn deceased . . . a tract of land situate in Union County, purchased by said Goyins from Mery McGuire for 319 acres – find it to contain only 259 acres clear of Robert Smith’s old granted land. Adjacent Broad River, Hughes’ land, Capt Palmer’s land, Robert Smith’s land, Robert Elliott’s land, Samuel Tolbert’s land. Plat No 4 on the west side of Broad River. Signed. William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-5?i=117&cat=340217
1797 April 11 – By order of the Commissioners appointed to divide the real estate of Drury Goyne deceased . . . tract of land belonging to said estate in Union County, on Laurel Branch waters of Fannings Creek, purchased by said Drury Goyns from Charles Brock and said to be 80 acres, . . . I find within the lines of said tract 113 acres . . . Adjacent to McKissocks land, Robert Smith’s land, Laurel Branch, Brock’s land. Plat No 5 on the West side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston Deputy Surveyor. Recorded Sept 12, 1814. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-6?i=118&cat=340217
1797 April 21 – a true platt of 100 acres of land belonging to estate of Drury Goyin deceased in Chester County, including Elliott’s old field . . . Adjacent Joseph Robertsons land, Cherry’s land, Job Goen’s land, Aaron Lockert’s land. No. 6 on East side of Broad River. Signed: William Gaston. Proved up on Sept 12, 1814. pgs 197-199. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS88-6?i=118&cat=340217

Book N: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NS89-H?i=191&cat=340217

1811 Sept 16 – James Going to Robert CookJames Going of Robinson Co, TN, for $150 paid by Robert Cook, grant land on the west side of the Broad River in Union Dist, on Hughes’ line, containing 259 acres. Signed: James Goyne. Wits: William Lockert, J. Rogers. Proved up on Oct 30, 1811 by William Lockert before Geo Plaxico QU. Recorded Jan 6, 1817. bk N p 289 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZG-N?i=351&cat=340217

1811 Aug 12 – Alexander Brown, for $400 dollars paid by Josiah Shelton, sell him a plantation of land containing 100 acres, part of a tract originally belonging to James Benson Sr, willed to his daughter Sarah Brown and her heirs, being the plantation where Alexander Brown now lives on the south side of the Tygar River, bounded by John Hughey, Samuel Jenkins, Dr James Davis, Stacy Cooper, the Tygar River, John Hughy’s line . . . Signed: Alexander Brown, Sarah Brown, David Going, Anney Going, Elizabeth Brown, James Brown. Wits: William Cooper, George Creach, Daniel Felder. Proved up on Sept 26, 1815 by William Cooper. pg. 186. Union Co, SC.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZR-4?i=299&cat=340217

Book O: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZG-Z?i=426&cat=340217

1816 Oct 3 – Isaac Going fr Henry Davis Jr – Isaac Going pays $130 dollars to Henry Davis Jr for 50 acres of land on the head of Reedy Branch Waters of Packolet River on lines of Henry Davis Sr, Isaac Going, Merry McGuire, W Long, William Coles . . . Signed: Henry Davis Jr. Wits: Henry Davis Sr, Vincent Davis. Proved up by Vincent Davis on Oct 26, 1816. bk O, p 166 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZZ-P?i=525&cat=340217

1817 June 4 – Isaac Going fr Abner McGuire – Abner McGuire for myself and the heirs of Merry McGuire decd for $600 dollars paid by Isaag Going in Union Dist, convey land on waters of Tannans Creek containing 336 acres bounded by Isaac Going’s land, Pinckney Road, H Davis . . . Signed: Abner McGuire. Wits: George Garner, J J Foster. Proved up on Sept 11, 1818 by George Garner. bk O, p 315 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-NSZ7-F?i=599&cat=340217

Book R: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-LB5H?i=3&cat=340217

1822 Dec 28 – Rebecca Going fr John Palmer, I John Palmer of Union Co, SC for the love and good will I have for my loving daughter Rebecca Going, give her two negros and one by the name of Milly, the other by the name of Henry, and also one feather bed and furniture . . . Signed: John Palmer. Wits: Ellis Palmer, Joseph McKissick. Proved up Dec 28, 1822 by Joseph McKissick. bk R, p 220. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L1H2?i=118&cat=340217

1821 Nov 16 – Vincent Goin to James Foot – Vincent Goins of Union Dist, SC, sell unto James Foote our bed and furniture, two bedsteads, four chairs, our pot, one oven, and lid, have doz puter plates, half doz spoons, one sugar dish, half doz knives and forks, one dow and calf, one sow, and four pigs, two sheats, one wading hoe, one pair cards and box which property I do bargain and sell unto James Foote . . . Signed: Vincent Goins. Wits: John M Whitlock. Proved up by John M Whitlock on April 24, 1823. bk R, p 282 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L9MH-T?i=149&cat=340217

Book S: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L1NP?i=230&cat=340217

1824 March 10 – Isaac Going to IJ Foster – Isaac Going of Union Dist for $200 dollars paid by Isaac J Foster, grant 100 acres on Tannans Creek, on the south side of the Pinckney Road . . . Signed: Isaac Going. Wits: James Vinsan, C C Cudd. Feb 10, 1825 Rebecca Going, wife of Isaac Going, releases her dower. Proved up by James Vinsan on July 10, 1825. bk S, p 212. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L14T?i=339&cat=340217

1830 Aug 9 – Isaac Going fr Abel Ezell and Sarah Ezell for $86 dollars and 66 cents, convey land on Brown’s Creek, bounded by William Palmer, William Ezell, John Stribling, Robert Harris, David Nicholas, said tract of land belonging to estate of John Palmer decd … Signed: Abel Ezell, Sarah Ezell. Wits: John Porter, Nathaniel Rochester. Proved up Feb 7, 1831 by John Porter. bk T, p 494.  Union Co, SC.   https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9CK-D?i=271&cat=340217

1829 Oct 27 – Isaac Going fr Amasa Palmer etal – We, Hezekiah Palmer, John Palmer, Nancy Edwards, Amasa Palmer of the State of Georgia, Ellis Palmer, William Palmer, Joseph McKissick, Nancy Edward of Franklin County, Amasa Palmer of Green County, and John Palmer of Handcock County, Ellis Palmer and William Palmer, Joseph McKissick all of Union District in consideration of $800.00 paid by Isaac Going have granted to Isaac Going a tract of land containing 300 acres in Union Dist, on the waters of Browns Creek, including the plantation which John Palmer decd formerly lived, bounding Browns Creek, William Ezell’s land, Striblings land . . . Signed: Amasa Palmer, Joh Palmer, Joseph McKissick, Nancy Edwards, William Palmer, Elijah Palmer agent for Hezekiah Palmer. Wits: Thomas B. Going, John M. Going, John W P McKisseck. Proved up on Jan 18, 1832 by John W P McKissick. on Jan 18, 1832 Roda McKissick, wife of Joseph McKissick released her claim of dower. bk V, p 274. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9CM-N?i=435&cat=340217

Book W: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-L4Y6?i=3&cat=340217

1834 Jan 3 – Isaac Going fr WWE Moreland – WWE Moreland for $50 paid by Isaac Going, sold and conveyed to Isaac Going part of the tract of land on which I now live, on the waters of Pacolet, containing 25 acres, bounded along Going’s line . . . Signed: WWE Moreland. Wits: J Moreland, OK Moreland. Jan 16, 1834 – Mariah Moreland, wife of WWE Moreland, released her claim to dower. Jan 16, 1834 J Moreland proved up deed. bk W, p 185. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-LHKW?i=100&cat=340217

1842 Charles Gowing to JJ Pratt bk S 12, p 245 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSKJ-LQR9?i=148&cat=340217
1846 Charles Gowing to JJ Pratt bk M14, p 106, p 245
1846 Wm Going and GW Going fr B Johnson shff bk U14, p 389
1849 Charles Gowing to Prudney Gowing bk V 15, p 21
1849 Rodney Gowing fr Charles Gowing bk V15, p 21
1849 Rodney Gowing fr John J Pratt bk V15, p 75
1850 Charles Gowing to Rodney Gowing bk V15, p 345
1852 Charles Gowing to W G Hughes, bk Z18, p 392
1868 D D Going to The State of SC bk C21, p 193

Gowen, Gowing 5 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9R2-6?i=108&cat=340217
1785 George Gowan to John Foster bk A, p 54

Book H: https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/007900681?i=419&cat=340217
1805 Elijah Gowan to James Gowen bk H p 207
1805 Sarah Gowan to James Gowen bk H, p 207
1842 Charles Gowing to JJ Pratt bk S 12, p 245
1846 Charles Gowing to JJ Pratt bk M14, p 106, p 245
1849 Charles Gowing to Prudney Gowing bk V 15, p 21
1850 Charles Gowing to Rodney Gowing bk V15, p 345
1851 Isaac Going to Daniel F McMahan bk V15 p 274
1851 WGW Going fr D F McMahan bk V15, p 275
1852 WGW Going fr John Spruce bk W16, p 174
1852 Amassa V Going fr William ALman bk W16, p 514
1852 R T Going to William Alman bk W16, p 518
1852 Charles Gowing to W G Hughes, bk Z18, p 392
(some other transactions in 1881 and 1892 – follow link above for info).

Goven 39
1811 John Goven to Hugh Goven bk L, p 113

Going 41 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9RW-B?i=173&cat=340217
1813 Estate of Going to Mrs Going, Isaac Going, Elijah Going, James Going, Job Going, bk M, p 197-199
1815 James Going to Robert Cook, bk N p 189
1822 Vincent Goin to James Foot bk R, p 282
1824 Isaac Going to JJ Foster bk S, p 212
1851 Isaac Going to Daniel F McMahan bk V15 p 274
1852 R T Going to William Alman bk W16, p 518
1868 D D Going to The State of SC bk C21, p 193
(Some transactions in the 1880s – early 1900s too – see here: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-N9RW-B?i=173&cat=340217

Grantees Index F-J: https://www.familysearch.org/search/film/008196618?cat=340217
Gs: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-J3M2?i=70&cat=340217
Going – 6: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-JSB3?i=79&cat=340217
1785 Drury Going fr Merry McGuire – bk A, p 469
1806 Isaac Going fr Robert Foster – bk K, p 292
1806 Isaac Going fr Robert Foster – bk K, p 293
1807 Isaac Going fr Henry Davis Jr bk O, p 166
1807 Isaac Going fr Abner McGuire bk O, p 315
1822 Rebecca Going fr John Palmer, bk R, p 220
1828 Isaac Going fr Abel and Sarah Ezell bk T, p 494
1831 Isaac Going fr Amasa Palmer etal, bk V, p 274
1833 Isaac Going fr WWE Moreland bk W, p 185
1846 Wm Going and GW Going fr B Johnson shff bk U14, p 389
1851 WGW Going fr D F McMahan bk V15, p 275
1852 WGW Going fr John Spruce bk W16, p 174
1852 Amassa V Going fr William ALman bk W16, p 514
(other transactions from 1870s to early 1900s – see: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-J39G?i=80&cat=340217

Gowen, Gowing, Gowan – 35 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-JS5X?i=148&cat=340217
1805 James Gowen fr Elijah and Sarah Gowen, bk H, p 207
1849 Rodney Gowing fr Charles Gowing bk V15, p 21
1849 Rodney Gowing fr John J Pratt bk V15, p 75

Plat books, 1800’s; index to plat books, 1803-1974
Authors:
Union County (South Carolina). Commissioner of Locations (Main Author)
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/394588?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available Online)
Plat Book A&B 1803-1860 – G’s index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-J3CT-5?i=12&cat=394588 (no Going listed)
Plat Book C – Gs index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-J3C4-Y?i=338&cat=394588
E V Going and Charlie Gault – 289 (1914)
Plat Book E – Gs index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-JS3R-Z?i=12&cat=394588
WGW Going p 174 (1875) https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLK-JS3T-Y?i=120&cat=394588
Plat Book 1: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLF-DS9V-N?i=13&cat=394588
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLF-DSSM-6?i=141&cat=394588

South Carolina Union County, deeds & sales
Authors:
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Added Author)
Dunn, Maggie Mae (Added Author)
Surles, Flora Belle, 1887-1971? (Added Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522313
(Downloaded)

Union District, South Carolina, miscellaneous records, v. 1-2, 1785-1800
Format:
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/341333?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online – searched index, no Going, McCluney, Plaxco found)

Probate:

Journals and minutes, 1802-1868; index to journals and minutes, 1802-1840
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Ordinary (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/394612?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online – see above in “Court”)

Miscellaneous probate records, 1777-1866, index, 1777-1961
Authors:
South Carolina. Probate Court (Union County) (Main Author)
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Repository)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/443574?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)
General Index to Probate 1777-1962 – A-O:
Gs Index: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FN9G-YM?i=206&cc=1911928&cat=443574
Going 17: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FN9G-GJ?i=220&cc=1911928&cat=443574
(Many other Going’s on page – 1861 thru 1957 – w 30 diff Goings).

1818 Sept 5 – Alexander Goin admr and A W Thompson are bound to William Rue of Union Co, 200 dollars admin the estate of Rhoda Goin, since or otherwise Rhoda Kilpatrick. 1813 Sept 11, inventory returned and signed by Alexander Goin. box 10, package 2, year 1818. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FF4M-4?i=18&cc=1911928&cat=443574

1844 John M Going, admin T B Going, box 31, package 16, year 1844. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FNKL-J?i=671&cc=1911928&cat=443574

Lee L Gowan w Mrs Ollie B Gowan Ex 52 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939L-FN9G-VF?i=247&cc=1911928&cat=443574 (1954)

Union District, South Carolina, miscellaneous records, v. 1-2, 1785-1800
Format:
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/341333?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

Will books, 1792-1911
Authors:
South Carolina. Probate Court (Union County) (Main Author)
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Repository)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/279364?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online) (No Going in any of the indexes)

Administators and guardians records, 1833-1913
Authors:
South Carolina. Probate Court (Union County) (Main Author)
South Carolina. Court of Ordinary (Union County) (Added Author)
South Carolina. Department of Archives and History (Repository)
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/394620?availability=Family%20History%20Library
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Execution books, 1802-1900
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Sale books, 1823-1900
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Writ books, 1824-1899
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From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms106.htm

Mrs. Rhoda Going Kilpatrick applied to the Union District Court of Common Pleas February 19, 1806 for a peace bond to be placed on her husband Adam Kilpatrick to protect her from “bodily harm” at his hands, according to court records researched by Louis B. Wood.

SC, Union District
Indictments 1806, No. 65.

By Joseph McJunkins [Note: the Bogans came to South Carolina with the McJunkins], one of the Justices assigned to keep the peace in said district.

To any lawful officer of said district, forasmuch as Rhoda Kilpatrick in said district hath personally come before me and duly made oath that she the said Rhoda Kilpatrick is afraid that Adam Kilpatrick in said district farmer will beat or do her some bodily harm and hath therefore prayed surety of the peace against him the said Adam Kilpatrick. It is ordered therefore in the State’s name to command you that immedi-ately on the receipt hereof you bring the said Adam Kilpatrick before me to find surety as well for his personal appearing at the next general session of the peace and to be held at Union Court House on the Monday after the fourth Monday of March next after this date as also for his keeping the peace to all the good people of this state and especially towards the said Rho-da Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going.

Given under my hand and seal February 19th 1806.

Joseph McJunkins

South Carolina, Union District:

Be it remembered that on the twentieth day of February 1806, Adam Kilpatrick, Jasper Tomelin, and John Anderson, all of said district planters came before me Joseph McJunkins, one of the Justices of the Peace of said district and acknowledged themselves to owe to the state of South Carolina, that is to say, the said Adam Kilpatrick sum of fifty pounds sterling money of said state, the said Jasper Tomelin the sum of twenty five pounds and John Anderson the sum of twenty five pounds like money, each is to be respectively mad and levied of their sev-eral goods and chattels lands and tenements to the use of said state if the said Adam Kilpatrick shall fail in performing the condition under written.

The condition of this recognizance is such that if the above bounden Adam Kilpatrick shall be and personally appear at the next general sessions of the peace and to be holden at Un-ion Court House on the third Monday in March next and to do and receive what shall then and there be injoined by the court and in the meantime shall keep the peace and be of good beha-viour towards the good people of this state and especially to-wards Rhoda Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going of said district and some say the wife of said Adam Kilpatrick.

Then the said recognizance shall be void or else remain in full force.

The above recognizance taken and acknowledged before me this 20th day of February 1806.

Joseph McJunkins, JP

50 lbs Adam [X] Kilpatrick
25 lbs Jasper [X] Tomlin
25 lbs John Anderson

South Carolina, Union Dist.

Be it remembered that on the tenth day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and six, the aforesaid Rhoda Kil-patrick or Rhoda Going hath come before me one of the jus-tices assigned to keep the peace in said district of Union and freely removed and released, as much as in her lyeth the afore-said security of the peace by her prayed before me against the above named Adam Kilpatrick.

Certified under my hand this eleventh day of March 1806.

Joseph McJunkins, JP
Rhoda [X] Kilpatrick

The 1800 census of Union District enumerates the household of Adam Kilpatrick:

“Kilpatrick, Adam white male 26-45
white female 45 & up
white male 0-10
white female 0-10
white female 0-10”

Adam Kilpatrick is shown in the census in the following order: five households above–James Spillars, Frederic Isen, Joseph Howard, Isaac Hawkins and George Boren–then Adam Kilpatrick, then 5 below–Alexander McDonald, John Bogan, John Eubanks, James Martin and William Comer.

In the 1810 census of Union District Adam Kilpatrick is incorrectly shown as “Robin” Kilpatrick in the index. By looking at the actual record, I determined it was really Adam but the transcriber put down “Robin” [perhaps Robin was a middle name.]:

Kilpatrick, Robin white male over 45
white female 26-45
white male 16-26
white male 10-16
white female 10-16
white male 10-16
white female 10-16
white male 0-10
white male 0-10
white female 0-10
white male 0-10

He and his neighbors were shown in the following order: Jacob Harrison, William Harrison, Samuel Henry, Charles Humphrey and Jesse Hughes—Kilpatrick—then Anthony Leek, John Roger and Paul Maze.

In the 1820 census of Jasper County, Georgia Adam Kilpat-rick and wife are shown with one young son, under 10.

In 1824 Adam Kilpatrick was married to Jane Smith in New-ton County, Georgia.

In the 1830 census of Newton County Adam Kilpatrick is enumerated as:

“Kilpatrick, Adam white male 80-90
white female 40-50 [Jane Smith]
white male 15-20”

In the 1840 census of Newton County, Adam Kilpatrick is enumerated as:

“Kilpatrick, Adam white male 80-90
white female 40-50”

In 1850 the household was enumerated as:

“Kilpatrick, Adam 105, pauper, born in Ireland
Jane 70, born in GA

It is suggested that Adam Kilpatrick h Adam Kilpatrick Notes.

SC Union Dist. (Court of Common Pleas? Indictments 1806, No. 65.

By Joseph McJunkins (Note: the Bogans came to SC with the McJunkins), one of the Justices assigned to keep the peace in said district. To any lawful officer of said dist, foreasmuch as Rhoda Kilpatrick in said district hath per-sonally come before me and duly made oath that she the said Rhoda Kilpatrick is afraid that Adam Kilpatrick in said district farmer will beat or do her some bodily harm and hath therefore prayed surety of the peace against him the said Adam Kilpatrick. ? are therefore in the State’s name to command you that immediately on the receipt hereof you bring the said Adam Kilpatrick before me to find surety as well for his personal appearing at the next general session of the peace and to be held at Union Court House on the Monday after the fourth Monday of March next after this date – as also for his keeping the peace to all the good people of this state and especially towards the said Rhoda Kilpatrick – or Rhoda Going.

Given under my hand and seal February 19th 1806.

SC Union Dist. Be it remembered that on the twentieth day of February 1806, Adam Kilpatrick, Jasper Tomelin, and John Anderson, all of said district planters came before me Joseph McJunkins, one of the Justices of the Peace of said district and acknowledged themselves to owe to the state of South Caro-lina, that is to say, the said Adam Kilpatrick sum of £50 ster-ling money of said state, the said Jasper Tomelin the sum of £25 and John Anderson the sum of £25 like money, each is to be respectively mad and levied of their several goods and chattels lands and tenements to the use of said state if the said Adam Kilpatrick shall fail in performing the condition under written.

The condition of this recognizance is such that if the above bounden Adam Kilpatrick shall be and personally appear at the next general sessions of the peace and to be holden at Union Court House on the third Monday in March next and to do and receive what shall then and there be injoined by the court and in the meantime shall keep the peace and be of good behaviour towards the good people of this state and especially towards Rhoda Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going of said district – and some say the wife of said Adam Kilpatrick.

Then the said recognizance shall be void or else remain in full force.

The above recognizance taken and acknowledged before me this 20th day of February 1806.
Joseph McJunkins JP

£50 Adam Kilparick’s mark
£25 Jasper Tomlin’s mark
£25 John Anderson’s signature.

SC Union Dist. Be it remembered that on the tenth day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and six, the aforesaid Rhoda Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going – hath come before me one of the justices assigned to keep the peace in said district of Union and freely removed and released, as much as in her ?lioth? the aforesaid securety of the peace by her prayed before me against the above named Adam Kilpatrick.
Certified under my hand this eleventh day of March 1806.
Joseph McJunkins JP Rhoda Kilpatrick’s mark

1800 Union Co census shows Adam Kilpatrick (26 to 45), 1 female (45 and up), 1 male under 10, 2 females under 10. He is shown in the following order, 5 above James Spillars, Frederic Isen, Joseph Howard, Isaac Hawkins, George Borer?, then Adam Kilpatrick, then 5 below, Alexander McDonald, John Bogan, John Eubanks, James Martin, William Comer.

In 1810 Union Co Adam is incorrectly shown as “Robin” Kilpatrick in the index. By looking at the actual record I determined it was really Adam but the transcriber put down Robin – due to bad writing, hard to read etc on the census record. In 1810 Adam is shown as age 45 and up, and now there is a female age 26 to 45. There are also 3 males under 10, 2 males 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 female under 10, and 2 females 10 to 16. He is shown in the following order Jacob Harrison, William Harrison, Samuel Henry, Charles Humphrey, Jesse Hughes, Adam Kilpatrick, Anthony Leek, John Roger, Paul Maze??, end of page. Further up the page there are 3 Haney families, 2 Gregory’s and 2 Garretts.

In 1820 Adam and wife are shown in Jasper Co Ga with one young son, under 10. In 1824 Adam married Jane Smith in Newton Co GA. (need to recheck this)

In 1830 Adam is shown in Newton Co GA age 80 to 90 with wife Jane Smith age 40 to 50, and one male age 15 to 20, probably the same young male shown in the 1820 Jasper Co census. (need to recheck the ages)

In 1840 Newton Co GA Adam and Jane Smith are shown age 80 to 90 and 40 to 50 respectively with no other people in the household.

In 1850 Newton Co GA, Adam is shown age 105 pauper born in Ireland, and wife Jane Smith is age 70 born in GA.

So maybe Adam had his first 3 children by Elizabeth Bogan, 1 male, and 2 females all born between 1790 and 1800, and these are the older children on the 1810 census. Then there are an additional 5 sons and an additional 2 daughters on the 1810 census, maybe by Rhoda Going. This would make a total of 6 sons and 3 daughters. Of course Adam could have had more children by previous wives in Ireland.

From a website on the family of John Bogan:
The last will of John Bogan was dated 28 November 1803 and was proved in Union County SC on 21 Dec 1805. The will implies there may be additional daughters who are not named in the will but following relationships are:

Wife or widow not mentioned so presumed dead
Son: Isaac Bogan
Daughters and deceased daughters
Elizabeth Kilpatrick’s minors
Granddaughter: Elizabeth Craddock
Grandson: Valentine Bogan
Others, relationship not stated:
Nevil Holcomb
Adam Kilpatrick
Executor: John Bell
Witnesses: Solomon Sparm, William Rountree
When her father, John Bogan, wrote his will on 28 Novembe 1803, Elizabeth Bogan Kilpatrick was deceased, leaving minor children, who were not named in John Bogan’s will. Adam Kilpatrick was mentioned but his relationship was not defined. (NOTE: maybe this Adam is Adam Jr., a grandson of John Bogan. Per the 1800 census for Adam Kilpatrick, there was 1 male under 10, 2 females under 10, 1 male 26 t0 45, 1 female 45 and up.)

Adam Kilpatrick Notes (South Carolina) (“UN” indicates files or microfilm reels at SC archives for Union County)

UN 35 – the naturalization petition of Adam Kilpatrick in 1812, states he was a native of Ireland and had been in this “country” since June 1790. Note – the petition itself has the date 1786 crossed out. From looking at records he was in Union County by June 1790 – he had almost immediate dealings there almost since the day he supposedly arrived in this country. And he could hardly land in Charleston, the closest port in June 1790, and be somewhat established in Union County several days later. Therefore I think maybe he arrived several years earlier and lived in Union “County” not “this Country” from June 1790 til he petitioned for naturalization in 1812. Need to check records for War of 1812.

UN 21 – court of common pleas index shows a “Kilpatrick Iss’s? exer Thomas Gilham” – looks like a Thomas Gilham admistered the estate of a Kilpatrick, but could not make out the name. This was from the index. When I requested the file itself they could not find it and stated they knew some of their files were lost or missing. That’s too bad, this one might have really helped.

UN 21 – other references which may or may not mean anything. Index shows Samuel Chandler and John Tomblain. The Chandler and Tomblin surnames later show up in GA. Thomas Kirkpatrick and Fleming Harris, and Kirkpatrick, Hall and Co and A W Thomson. These Kirkpatricks appear later on in the 1800s in the Union SC records and may not have any connection to the early Kilpatricks. Actually Adam and his family appear to be the only Klpatricks in early Union Records.

There are lots of Bogan records in Union Distr. Adam Kilpatrick married a Bogan.

UN 2 – Deed Index
– Benjamin Holcomb to Nevil Holcomb – 1794 (Nevil Holcomb is mentioned in John Bogan’s will, father of Elizabeth Bogan Kilpatrick)
– Jesse Holcomb to Adam Kilpatrick – 1806
– Jesse Holcomb to an Edwards – 1820 (the “Edwards” name is interesting in that the land Thomas Kilpatrick got in Newton Co Ga was originally drawn by a Wm. Edwards of Jones Co GA, and Thomas apparently lost some land in St. Clair Co AL to a Mr. Edwards) – 1820
– Nevil Holcomb to H.H. Holcomb – 1828
– Jesse “ to Jesse “ Jr. – 1831
– Adam Kilpatrick to Hannah Heath – 1794
– Adam Kilpatrick & Alexander McDonald – 1797
– Adam Kilpatrick & Samuel Chandler – 1815
– Adam Kilpatrick & William Tomblin – 1822
– John Kirkpatrick & John Thomas – 1828 (could this be John Davis Kilpatrick?)
– John Kirkpatrick and I McIver – 1828

UN 7 – Deed Index
– Adam Kilpatrick & Avery Holcomb and wife – 1806
– Adam Kilpatrick & Jesse Holcomb – 1806
– James Kirkpatrick & James Anderson – 1828
– James Kirkpatrick & James Thomson – 1828
– James Kirkpatrick & Thomas McIver – 1831 (both James and John Kirkpatrick had dealings with McIvers, see above, so possible connection here)

UN 23 – Adam Kilpatrick, disposition/peace warrant, 1806.

Feb 8, 1815 Adam Kilpatrick of County of Putnam, State of GA, for $100 from Samuel Chandler of Union Dist.SC, sold 100 acres in Union District on the waters of Fair Forest, Ress Edward’s line, Mr. Smith’s Corner, adjoining Tomlin’s land to Jesse Clark’s line. Witnessed by Theophilus Goodyear. (NOTE: this may be Adam Kilpatrick Jr., the one who later married Mary Johnson in Putnam Co in 1824. Adam Sr. married Jane Smith in Newton Co in 1824. The Adam in this deed may be the son of Adam and Elizabeth Bogan).

21 Dec, 1822 – Deed says Adam Kilpatrick of Union SC (indicates the older Adam stayed in SC longer and left for GA later than Adam Jr) sells to William Tomblin for $100 50 acres where he now lives – corner of Jesse Clark through Ress Edward’s line, witnessed by Thomas O’Neal and Jesse Clark. This deed was recorded in 1822, although it was dated 2 Nov 1815. So maybe Adam Jr. left for GA in Feb 1815, and Adam Sr. left in Nov 1815? This older Adam appears in the 1820 Jasper Co GA census, however I have never found the younger Adam and Mary Johnson in any censuses of GA, so maybe they left GA and went west. Jasper Co GA is also where many of the Bogans from Union District went, as well as some McJunkins.

Adam Kilpatrick Notes.

SC Union Dist. (Court of Common Pleas I think) Indictments 1806, no. 65.
By Joseph McJunkins (Note: the Bogans came to SC with the McJunkins), one of the Justices assigned to keep the peace in said district. To any lawful officer of said dist, foreasmuch as Rhoda Kilpatrick in said district hath personally come before me and duly made oath that she the said Rhoda Kilpatrick is afraid that Adam Kilpatrick in said district farmer will beat or do her some bodily harm and hath therefore prayed surety of the peace against him the said Adam Kilpatrick. ? are therefore in the State’s name to command you that immediately on the receipt hereof you bring the said Adam Kilpatrick before me to find surety as well for his personal appearing at the next general session of the peace and to be held at Union Court House on the Monday after the fourth Monday of March next after this date – as also for his keeping the peace to all the good people of this state and especially towards the said Rhoda Kilpatrick – or Rhoda Going.
Given under my hand and seal February 19th 1806.

SC Union Dist. Be it remembered that on the twentieth day of February 1806, Adam Kilpatrick, Jasper Tomelin, and John Anderson, all of said district planters came before me Joseph McJunkins, one of the Justices of the Peace of said district and acknowledged themselves to owe to the state of South Carolina, that is to say, the said Adam Kilpatrick sum of fifty pounds sterling money of said state, the said Jasper Tomelin the sum of twenty five pounds and John Anderson the sum of twenty five pounds like money, each is to be respectively mad and levied of their several goods and chattels lands and tenements to the use of said state if the said Adam Kilpatrick shall fail in performing the condition under written.
The condition of this recognizance is such that if the above bounden Adam Kilpatrick shall be and personally appear at the next general sessions of the peace and to be holden at Union Court House on the third Monday in March next and to do and receive what shall then and there be injoined by the court and in the meantime shall keep the peace and be of good behaviour towards the good people of this state and especially towards Rhoda Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going of said district – and some say the wife of said Adam Kilpatrick.
Then the said recognizance shall be void or else remain in full force.
The above recognizance taken and acknowledged before me this 20th day of February 1806.
Joseph McJunkins JP
50 lbs Adam Kilparick’s mark
25 lbs Jasper Tomlin’s mark
25 lbs John Anderson’s signature.

SC Union Dist. Be it remembered that on the tenth day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and six, the aforesaid Rhoda Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going – hath come before me one of the justices assigned to keep the peace in said district of Union and freely removed and released, as much as in her ?lioth? the aforesaid securety of the peace by her prayed before me against the above named Adam Kilpatrick.
Certified under my hand this eleventh day of March 1806.
Joseph McJunkins JP Rhoda Kilpatrick’s mark

1800 Union Co census shows Adam Kilpatrick (26 to 45), 1 female (45 and up), 1 male under 10, 2 females under 10. He is shown in the following order, 5 above James Spillars, Frederic Isen, Joseph Howard, Isaac Hawkins, George Borer?, then Adam Kilpatrick, then 5 below, Alexander McDonald, John Bogan, John Eubanks, James Martin, William Comer.

In 1810 Union Co Adam is incorrectly shown as “Robin” Kilpatrick in the index. By looking at the actual record I determined it was really Adam but the transcriber put down Robin – due to bad writing, hard to read etc on the census record. In 1810 Adam is shown as age 45 and up, and now there is a female age 26 to 45. There are also 3 males under 10, 2 males 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 female under 10, and 2 females 10 to 16. He is shown in the following order Jacob Harrison, William Harrison, Samuel Henry, Charles Humphrey, Jesse Hughes, Adam Kilpatrick, Anthony Leek, John Roger, Paul Maze??, end of page. Further up the page there are 3 Haney families, 2 Gregory’s and 2 Garretts.

In 1820 Adam and wife are shown in Jasper Co Ga with one young son, under 10. In 1824 Adam married Jane Smith in Newton Co GA. (need to recheck this)

In 1830 Adam is shown in Newton Co GA age 80 to 90 with wife Jane Smith age 40 to 50, and one male age 15 to 20, probably the same young male shown in the 1820 Jasper Co census. (need to recheck the ages)

In 1840 Newton Co GA Adam and Jane Smith are shown age 80 to 90 and 40 to 50 respectively with no other people in the household.

In 1850 Newton Co GA, Adam is shown age 105 pauper born in Ireland, and wife Jane Smith is age 70 born in GA.

So maybe Adam had his first 3 children by Elizabeth Bogan, 1 male, and 2 females all born between 1790 and 1800, and these are the older children on the 1810 census. Then there are an additional 5 sons and an additional 2 daughters on the 1810 census, maybe by Rhoda Going. This would make a total of 6 sons and 3 daughters. Of course Adam could have had more children by previous wives in Ireland.

From a website on the family of John Bogan:
The last will of John Bogan was dated 28 November 1803 and was proved in Union County SC on 21 Dec 1805. The will implies there may be additional daughters who are not named in the will but following relationships are:

Wife or widow not mentioned so presumed dead
Son: Isaac Bogan
Daughters and deceased daughters
Elizabeth Kilpatrick’s minors
Granddaughter: Elizabeth Craddock
Grandson: Valentine Bogan
Others, relationship not stated:
Nevil Holcomb
Adam Kilpatrick
Executor: John Bell
Witnesses: Solomon Sparm, William Rountree
When her father, John Bogan, wrote his will on 28 Novembe 1803, Elizabeth Bogan Kilpatrick was deceased, leaving minor children, who were not named in John Bogan’s will. Adam Kilpatrick was mentioned but his relationship was not defined. (NOTE: maybe this Adam is Adam Jr., a grandson of John Bogan. Per the 1800 census for Adam Kilpatrick, there was 1 male under 10, 2 females under 10, 1 male 26 t0 45, 1 female 45 and up.)

Adam Kilpatrick Notes (South Carolina) (“UN” indicates files or microfilm reels at SC archives for Union County)

UN 35 – the naturalization petition of Adam Kilpatrick in 1812, states he was a native of Ireland and had been in this “country” since June 1790. Note – the petition itself has the date 1786 crossed out. From looking at records he was in Union County by June 1790 – he had almost immediate dealings there almost since the day he supposedly arrived in this country. And he could hardly land in Charleston, the closest port in June 1790, and be somewhat established in Union County several days later. Therefore I think maybe he arrived several years earlier and lived in Union “County” not “this Country” from June 1790 til he petitioned for naturalization in 1812. Need to check records for War of 1812.

UN 21 – court of common pleas index shows a “Kilpatrick Iss’s? exer Thomas Gilham” – looks like a Thomas Gilham admistered the estate of a Kilpatrick, but could not make out the name. This was from the index. When I requested the file itself they could not find it and stated they knew some of their files were lost or missing. That’s too bad, this one might have really helped.

UN 21 – other references which may or may not mean anything. Index shows Samuel Chandler and John Tomblain. The Chandler and Tomblin surnames later show up in GA. Thomas Kirkpatrick and Fleming Harris, and Kirkpatrick, Hall and Co and A W Thomson. These Kirkpatricks appear later on in the 1800s in the Union SC records and may not have any connection to the early Kilpatricks. Actually Adam and his family appear to be the only Klpatricks in early Union Records.

There are lots of Bogan records in Union Distr. Adam Kilpatrick married a Bogan.

UN 2 – Deed Index
– Benjamin Holcomb to Nevil Holcomb – 1794 (Nevil Holcomb is mentioned in John Bogan’s will, father of Elizabeth Bogan Kilpatrick)
– Jesse Holcomb to Adam Kilpatrick – 1806
– Jesse Holcomb to an Edwards – 1820 (the “Edwards” name is interesting in that the land Thomas Kilpatrick got in Newton Co Ga was originally drawn by a Wm. Edwards of Jones Co GA, and Thomas apparently lost some land in St. Clair Co AL to a Mr. Edwards) – 1820
– Nevil Holcomb to H.H. Holcomb – 1828
– Jesse “ to Jesse “ Jr. – 1831
– Adam Kilpatrick to Hannah Heath – 1794
– Adam Kilpatrick & Alexander McDonald – 1797
– Adam Kilpatrick & Samuel Chandler – 1815
– Adam Kilpatrick & William Tomblin – 1822
– John Kirkpatrick & John Thomas – 1828 (could this be John Davis Kilpatrick?)
– John Kirkpatrick and I McIver – 1828

UN 7 – Deed Index
– Adam Kilpatrick & Avery Holcomb and wife – 1806
– Adam Kilpatrick & Jesse Holcomb – 1806
– James Kirkpatrick & James Anderson – 1828
– James Kirkpatrick & James Thomson – 1828
– James Kirkpatrick & Thomas McIver – 1831 (both James and John Kirkpatrick had dealings with McIvers, see above, so possible connection here)

UN 23 – Adam Kilpatrick, disposition/peace warrant, 1806.

Feb 8, 1815 Adam Kilpatrick of County of Putnam, State of GA, for $100 from Samuel Chandler of Union Dist.SC, sold 100 acres in Union District on the waters of Fair Forest, Ress Edward’s line, Mr. Smith’s Corner, adjoining Tomlin’s land to Jesse Clark’s line. Witnessed by Theophilus Goodyear. (NOTE: this may be Adam Kilpatrick Jr., the one who later married Mary Johnson in Putnam Co in 1824. Adam Sr. married Jane Smith in Newton Co in 1824. The Adam in this deed may be the son of Adam and Elizabeth Bogan).

21 Dec, 1822 – Deed says Adam Kilpatrick of Union SC (indicates the older Adam stayed in SC longer and left for GA later than Adam Jr) sells to William Tomblin for $100 50 acres where he now lives – corner of Jesse Clark through Ress Edward’s line, witnessed by Thomas O’Neal and Jesse Clark. This deed was recorded in 1822, although it was dated 2 Nov 1815. So maybe Adam Jr. left for GA in Feb 1815, and Adam Sr. left in Nov 1815? This older Adam appears in the 1820 Jasper Co GA census, however I have never found the younger Adam and Mary Johnson in any censuses of GA, so maybe they left GA and went west. Jasper Co GA is also where many of the Bogans from Union District went, as well as some McJunkins.

Adam Kilpatrick Notes.

SC Union Dist. (Court of Common Pleas I think) Indictments 1806, no. 65.
By Joseph McJunkins (Note: the Bogans came to SC with the McJunkins), one of the Justices assigned to keep the peace in said district. To any lawful officer of said dist, foreasmuch as Rhoda Kilpatrick in said district hath personally come before me and duly made oath that she the said Rhoda Kilpatrick is afraid that Adam Kilpatrick in said district farmer will beat or do her some bodily harm and hath therefore prayed surety of the peace against him the said Adam Kilpatrick. ? are therefore in the State’s name to command you that immediately on the receipt hereof you bring the said Adam Kilpatrick before me to find surety as well for his personal appearing at the next general session of the peace and to be held at Union Court House on the Monday after the fourth Monday of March next after this date – as also for his keeping the peace to all the good people of this state and especially towards the said Rhoda Kilpatrick – or Rhoda Going.
Given under my hand and seal February 19th 1806.

SC Union Dist. Be it remembered that on the twentieth day of February 1806, Adam Kilpatrick, Jasper Tomelin, and John Anderson, all of said district planters came before me Joseph McJunkins, one of the Justices of the Peace of said district and acknowledged themselves to owe to the state of South Carolina, that is to say, the said Adam Kilpatrick sum of fifty pounds sterling money of said state, the said Jasper Tomelin the sum of twenty five pounds and John Anderson the sum of twenty five pounds like money, each is to be respectively mad and levied of their several goods and chattels lands and tenements to the use of said state if the said Adam Kilpatrick shall fail in performing the condition under written.
The condition of this recognizance is such that if the above bounden Adam Kilpatrick shall be and personally appear at the next general sessions of the peace and to be holden at Union Court House on the third Monday in March next and to do and receive what shall then and there be injoined by the court and in the meantime shall keep the peace and be of good behaviour towards the good people of this state and especially towards Rhoda Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going of said district – and some say the wife of said Adam Kilpatrick.
Then the said recognizance shall be void or else remain in full force.
The above recognizance taken and acknowledged before me this 20th day of February 1806.
Joseph McJunkins JP
50 lbs Adam Kilparick’s mark
25 lbs Jasper Tomlin’s mark
25 lbs John Anderson’s signature.

SC Union Dist. Be it remembered that on the tenth day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and six, the aforesaid Rhoda Kilpatrick or Rhoda Going – hath come before me one of the justices assigned to keep the peace in said district of Union and freely removed and released, as much as in her ?lioth? the aforesaid securety of the peace by her prayed before me against the above named Adam Kilpatrick.
Certified under my hand this eleventh day of March 1806.
Joseph McJunkins JP Rhoda Kilpatrick’s mark

1800 Union Co census shows Adam Kilpatrick (26 to 45), 1 female (45 and up), 1 male under 10, 2 females under 10. He is shown in the following order, 5 above James Spillars, Frederic Isen, Joseph Howard, Isaac Hawkins, George Borer?, then Adam Kilpatrick, then 5 below, Alexander McDonald, John Bogan, John Eubanks, James Martin, William Comer.

In 1810 Union Co Adam is incorrectly shown as “Robin” Kilpatrick in the index. By looking at the actual record I determined it was really Adam but the transcriber put down Robin – due to bad writing, hard to read etc on the census record. In 1810 Adam is shown as age 45 and up, and now there is a female age 26 to 45. There are also 3 males under 10, 2 males 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 female under 10, and 2 females 10 to 16. He is shown in the following order Jacob Harrison, William Harrison, Samuel Henry, Charles Humphrey, Jesse Hughes, Adam Kilpatrick, Anthony Leek, John Roger, Paul Maze??, end of page. Further up the page there are 3 Haney families, 2 Gregory’s and 2 Garretts.

In 1820 Adam and wife are shown in Jasper Co Ga with one young son, under 10. In 1824 Adam married Jane Smith in Newton Co GA. (need to recheck this)

In 1830 Adam is shown in Newton Co GA age 80 to 90 with wife Jane Smith age 40 to 50, and one male age 15 to 20, probably the same young male shown in the 1820 Jasper Co census. (need to recheck the ages)

In 1840 Newton Co GA Adam and Jane Smith are shown age 80 to 90 and 40 to 50 respectively with no other people in the household.

In 1850 Newton Co GA, Adam is shown age 105 pauper born in Ireland, and wife Jane Smith is age 70 born in GA.

So maybe Adam had his first 3 children by Elizabeth Bogan, 1 male, and 2 females all born between 1790 and 1800, and these are the older children on the 1810 census. Then there are an additional 5 sons and an additional 2 daughters on the 1810 census, maybe by Rhoda Going. This would make a total of 6 sons and 3 daughters. Of course Adam could have had more children by previous wives in Ireland.

From a website on the family of John Bogan:
The last will of John Bogan was dated 28 November 1803 and was proved in Union County SC on 21 Dec 1805. The will implies there may be additional daughters who are not named in the will but following relationships are:

Wife or widow not mentioned so presumed dead
Son: Isaac Bogan
Daughters and deceased daughters
Elizabeth Kilpatrick’s minors
Granddaughter: Elizabeth Craddock
Grandson: Valentine Bogan
Others, relationship not stated:
Nevil Holcomb
Adam Kilpatrick
Executor: John Bell
Witnesses: Solomon Sparm, William Rountree
When her father, John Bogan, wrote his will on 28 Novembe 1803, Elizabeth Bogan Kilpatrick was deceased, leaving minor children, who were not named in John Bogan’s will. Adam Kilpatrick was mentioned but his relationship was not defined. (NOTE: maybe this Adam is Adam Jr., a grandson of John Bogan. Per the 1800 census for Adam Kilpatrick, there was 1 male under 10, 2 females under 10, 1 male 26 t0 45, 1 female 45 and up.)

Adam Kilpatrick Notes (South Carolina) (“UN” indicates files or microfilm reels at SC archives for Union County)

UN 35 – the naturalization petition of Adam Kilpatrick in 1812, states he was a native of Ireland and had been in this “country” since June 1790. Note – the petition itself has the date 1786 crossed out. From looking at records he was in Union County by June 1790 – he had almost immediate dealings there almost since the day he supposedly arrived in this country. And he could hardly land in Charleston, the closest port in June 1790, and be somewhat established in Union County several days later. Therefore I think maybe he arrived several years earlier and lived in Union “County” not “this Country” from June 1790 til he petitioned for naturalization in 1812. Need to check records for War of 1812.

UN 21 – court of common pleas index shows a “Kilpatrick Iss’s? exer Thomas Gilham” – looks like a Thomas Gilham admistered the estate of a Kilpatrick, but could not make out the name. This was from the index. When I requested the file itself they could not find it and stated they knew some of their files were lost or missing. That’s too bad, this one might have really helped.

UN 21 – other references which may or may not mean anything. Index shows Samuel Chandler and John Tomblain. The Chandler and Tomblin surnames later show up in GA. Thomas Kirkpatrick and Fleming Harris, and Kirkpatrick, Hall and Co and A W Thomson. These Kirkpatricks appear later on in the 1800s in the Union SC records and may not have any connection to the early Kilpatricks. Actually Adam and his family appear to be the only Klpatricks in early Union Records.

There are lots of Bogan records in Union Distr. Adam Kilpatrick married a Bogan.

UN 2 – Deed Index
– Benjamin Holcomb to Nevil Holcomb – 1794 (Nevil Holcomb is mentioned in John Bogan’s will, father of Elizabeth Bogan Kilpatrick)
– Jesse Holcomb to Adam Kilpatrick – 1806
– Jesse Holcomb to an Edwards – 1820 (the “Edwards” name is interesting in that the land Thomas Kilpatrick got in Newton Co Ga was originally drawn by a Wm. Edwards of Jones Co GA, and Thomas apparently lost some land in St. Clair Co AL to a Mr. Edwards) – 1820
– Nevil Holcomb to H.H. Holcomb – 1828
– Jesse “ to Jesse “ Jr. – 1831
– Adam Kilpatrick to Hannah Heath – 1794
– Adam Kilpatrick & Alexander McDonald – 1797
– Adam Kilpatrick & Samuel Chandler – 1815
– Adam Kilpatrick & William Tomblin – 1822
– John Kirkpatrick & John Thomas – 1828 (could this be John Davis Kilpatrick?)
– John Kirkpatrick and I McIver – 1828

UN 7 – Deed Index
– Adam Kilpatrick & Avery Holcomb and wife – 1806
– Adam Kilpatrick & Jesse Holcomb – 1806
– James Kirkpatrick & James Anderson – 1828
– James Kirkpatrick & James Thomson – 1828
– James Kirkpatrick & Thomas McIver – 1831 (both James and John Kirkpatrick had dealings with McIvers, see above, so possible connection here)

UN 23 – Adam Kilpatrick, disposition/peace warrant, 1806.

Feb 8, 1815 Adam Kilpatrick of County of Putnam, State of GA, for $100 from Samuel Chandler of Union Dist.SC, sold 100 acres in Union District on the waters of Fair Forest, Ress Edward’s line, Mr. Smith’s Corner, adjoining Tomlin’s land to Jesse Clark’s line. Witnessed by Theophilus Goodyear. (NOTE: this may be Adam Kilpatrick Jr., the one who later married Mary Johnson in Putnam Co in 1824. Adam Sr. married Jane Smith in Newton Co in 1824. The Adam in this deed may be the son of Adam and Elizabeth Bogan).

21 Dec, 1822 – Deed says Adam Kilpatrick of Union SC (indicates the older Adam stayed in SC longer and left for GA later than Adam Jr) sells to William Tomblin for $100 50 acres where he now lives – corner of Jesse Clark through Ress Edward’s line, witnessed by Thomas O’Neal and Jesse Clark. This deed was recorded in 1822, although it was dated 2 Nov 1815. So maybe Adam Jr. left for GA in Feb 1815, and Adam Sr. left in Nov 1815? This older Adam appears in the 1820 Jasper Co GA census, however I have never found the younger Adam and Mary Johnson in any censuses of GA, so maybe they left GA and went west. Jasper Co GA is also where many of the Bogans from Union District went, as well as some McJunkins.

ad his first 3 children by Elizabeth Bogan, one male, and two females all born between 1790 and 1800. These are regarded as the older children on the 1810 census. Then there are an additional five sons and an additional two daughters on the 1810 census, maybe by Rhoda Going. This would make a total of six sons and three daughters. Of course Adam could have had more children by previous wives in Ireland.

The last will of John Bogan was dated November 28, 1803 and was proved in Union District on December 21, 1805.

Elizabeth Bogan Kilpatrick was deceased at the time of the will, leaving minor children, who were not named in John Bogan’s will. Adam Kilpatrick, possibly Adam, Jr, was men-tioned but his relationship was not defined.
The naturalization petition of Adam Kilpatrick in 1812, states he was a native of Ireland and had been in this “country” since June 1790. Note: the petition itself has the date 1786 crossed out. From looking at records he was in Union County by June 1790. He had almost immediate dealings there almost since the day he supposedly arrived in this country. And he could hardly land in Charleston, the closest port in June 1790, and be somewhat established in Union County several days later. Therefore I think maybe he arrived several years earlier and lived in Union “County” not “this Country” from June 1790 until he petitioned for naturalization in 1812.

On November 2, 1815 Adam Kilpatrick of Union District sells to William Tomblin for $100 50 acres where he now lives, corner of Jesse Clark through Ress Edward’s line, witnessed by Thomas O’Neal and Jesse Clark.

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George Gowan, “of the state of North Carolina” gave a deed to John Foster of District 96, South Carolina on an unrecorded date, according to Union County Deed Book A, page 54. George Gowan had received the land, “a certain tract on the east side of Broad River near Lafferty’s Creek” in a land grant to him dated November 9, 1774. Consideration was “for 200 pounds current money.” Witnesses to the transaction were John Nuckols and Richard Nuckols.
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Colene H. Gowan was born September 30, 1906 and died September 18, 1954, according to her tombstone in West Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, according to “Union County, South Carolina Cemeteries.”
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Lee L. Gowan who was born in 1890 and died in 1945 was buried in Memorial Garden Cemetery, according to “Union County, South Carolina Cemeteries.” The tombstone also recorded “Ollie B. Gowan, born 1891.”
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Tombstones in Bogansville Church Cemetery include “Willi-am M. Gowan, born September 22, 1872; Jannie Gwinn Gow-an, born February 2, 1877, died November 19, 1952; Kathalee Gowan, born September 14, 1911, died February 4, 1939; Ge-henar Gowan, born August 30, 1913, died October 13, 1827,” according to “Union County, South Carolina Cemeteries.”
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Rilla Gowan Cothran and her husband, Robert Cothran were the parents of Estelle Cothran Foster, born in 1905, according to the February 7, 1955 edition of the “Spartanburg Herald:”

“Mrs. Estelle Cothran Foster, 50 of Taylors, South Car-lina died at a Greenville hospital after an illness of six months.

She was born and reared in the Campobello section and was a daughter of the late Robert and Rilla Gowan Cothran. She had lived in Taylors for 17 years and was a member of Fairview Baptist Church. Burial was in the church yard.

Surviving are her husband, A. A. Foster; four daughters, Misses Aldine, Geraldine , Diane and Betty Foster, all of home; three sons, Ned, Jack, and Tommy Foster; four brothers, Dennis Cothran of Detroit, Michigan, Broadus of Campobello, Robert , Spartanburg. and Glover Coth-ran of Greer; four sisters, Mrs. Genell Austin, Wellford, Mrs. Clellie Foster, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Mrs. Annie Bell King and Mrs. Marion Oliver, both of Greer and one grandson.”

William Gowan and John Lewis were involved in a fistfight which resulted in the death of William Gowan, according to a newspaper article in “The Carolina Spartan” in its edition of Wednesday, December 15, 1880. The article was reproduced in “Old Spartanburg District Genealogy,” Vol. 2, through the courtesy of Dr. James L. Reid of Campobello, South Carolina, according to the research of Beverly Turner Smith of Smyrna, Georgia. The article read:

“Sunday evening the 6th instant, William Gowan, near Inman, and John Lewis, the husband of his granddaughter got into a quarrel, both being excited by whiskey, and Lewis, about 25 years old, struck Gowan, who is about 69, over the head with his fist. The females then ran out of the house and do not know what took place afterwards. Monday, Gowan was walking about in a sort of delirious condition. Thursday evening he went to bed and remained in a comatose condition until Friday night when he died. Saturday, Drs. Dean and Chapman made a post mortem examination and made oath Sunday at the Coroner’s inquest that Gowan’s skull was fractured and that congestion of the brain took place. Sunday, Coroner Ezell held an inquest, but the verdict has not been published. Lewis has not been arrested. He is a native of Georgia. Gowan moved from Union County to Spartanburg County.”
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William Gowan of Spartanburg County was selected to serve as a petit juror in
The April term of the United States Court at Charleston, according to the February 2, 1881 edition of the “Carolina Spartan.
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Mary Annie Sophrina Gowen was married to James Moses Mardis in 1891, according to Union District marriage records. He was born in 1841 and died in 1911. She was born in 1860 and died in 1903.
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Charles Gowing appeared on a Coroner’s Jury panel September 17, 1829, according to “South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research,” Vol. 18:

“Union District

An inquisition indented taken at John Gage’s in the Village of Union this 17th September 1829, Before me, Gordon Gregory, Coroner for said District, upon view of the body of Henry, a Negro boy slave, the property of John Gage, Jr, then and there lying dead, upon the oaths of, To wit: Jos. H. Dogan, Fore-man, John Rogers, Z. P. Herndon, F. H. Leonard, C. Gowing, Josh. Whitmore, John Murphy, B. M. Pearson, W. C. Pearson, R. H. Spencer, Jas. Cary, John Gage, Jr, good and lawful men of said District, who being charged and sworn do say that the said Negro boy Henry came to his death on September 17, 1829 in the lott of John Gage, Jr, by accidentally hanging himself by swinging by a rope used for suspending a wagon body.

Signed:

Joseph H. Dogan J. Rogers Z. P. Herndon
Joshua Whitmore F. H. Leonard Wm. C. Pearson
John Murphy R. H. Spencer Jno. Gage, Jr.
J. Carey Charles Gowing Bird M. Pearson

Charles Gowing was enumerated in the 1830 census of Union District, South Carolina, page 169:

The household was enumerated as:

“Gowing, Charles white male 30-40
white female 20-30
white male 20-30
white male 15-20
white female 0-5
white male 0-5”

Charles Gowing appeared on a Coroner’s Jury panel August 16, 1832, according to the “South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research,” Vol. 18:

“Union District:

An Inquest indented taken at the house of Nathan Hawkins on 16 August 1832 upon view of the body of Nathan Hawkins, late of said District, then and there lying dead, upon the oaths of John Vessels, Henry Hardy, Abner Mardis, John Mardis, Wm. W. Glenn, Jason Comer, John Sarter, John Cherry, Shad-reck Vessels, Henry Richards, James Tucker and Charles Go-wan, good and lawful men of this District, who being charged and sworn do say that the sd. Nathan Hawkins on 14, August 1832 on the land Mr. Wm. Glenn in district aforesaid was found dead, that he had no marks of violence upon him and died by the visitation of God in a natural way.

Signed:

John Vessels, Henry Hardy Abner Mardis
John Mardis William W. Glenn Jason Comer
John Sartor John [X] Cherry Shaderick [X] Vessels
Henry Richards James A. Tucker Charles Gowing
Sam’l Davis, Coroner of Union District.”

Charles Gowing did not reappear in the 1840 census of South Carolina.

____________________________________________

Union Co SC FamilySearch notes

Church:

Church minutes, 1784-1955
Authors:
Padget’s Creek Baptist Church (Union County, South Carolina) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/355835?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

Courts:

Equity bills, 1798-1870
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Equity (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/476669?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Online but not ready yet)

Journals and minutes, 1802-1868; index to journals and minutes, 1802-1840
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Ordinary (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/394612?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

Minute book, 1785-1799
Authors:
South Carolina. County Court (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/394569?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Online but not ready yet)

Miscellaneous records, 1795-1841
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Equity (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/388565?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

South Carolina, Union County, Court of Equity, 1801-1841 : #cW.P.A. Project 2004
Statement of Responsibility:
sponsored by University of South Carolina ; supervised by Flora B. Surles ; copied by Maggie Mae Dunn
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522314
(Downloaded)

South Carolina, Union County court records, 1801-1838
Authors:
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Added Author)
Davis, Ruth (Added Author)
Dunn, Maggie Mae (Added Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522312
(Downloaded)

Union County, minutes of the Court
Authors: South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Added Author)
David, Ruth (Added Author)
Dunn, Maggie Mae (Added Author)
Minutes include years 1790 through 1822.
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522311
(Downloaded)

Union County, minutes of Union Court
Title Also Known As:
South Carolina, Union County, Court minutes, 1785-1832
Statement of Responsibility:
sponsored by University of South Carolina ; supervised by Anne K. Gregorie and Flora B. Surles
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2520772
(Downloaded all 3)

Land:

Conveyance books, 1778-1921; general index, 1785-1913
Authors:
Union County (South Carolina). Register of Mesne Conveyance (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/340217?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online – but still uploading quite a bit)

South Carolina Union County, deeds & sales
Authors:
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Added Author)
Dunn, Maggie Mae (Added Author)
Surles, Flora Belle, 1887-1971? (Added Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2522313
(Downloaded)

Union District, South Carolina, miscellaneous records, v. 1-2, 1785-1800
Format:
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/341333?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

Probate:

Journals and minutes, 1802-1868; index to journals and minutes, 1802-1840
Authors:
South Carolina. Court of Ordinary (Union District) (Main Author)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/394612?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

Miscellaneous probate records, 1777-1866, index, 1777-1961
Authors:
South Carolina. Probate Court (Union County) (Main Author)
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Repository)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/443574?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

Union District, South Carolina, miscellaneous records, v. 1-2, 1785-1800
Format:
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/341333?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

Will books, 1792-1911
Authors:
South Carolina. Probate Court (Union County) (Main Author)
South Carolina. County Court (Union County) (Repository)
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/279364?availability=Family%20History%20Library
(Available online)

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