State – Georgia

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Rotating County Formation in Georgia:  http://www.mapofus.org/georgia/

Facts and Events in Chronological Order: 

(1775 to 1782): Goings in the Revolution: https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/revolutionary-war-goings-in-the-revolution/

1784 abt James Goyne moved from Camden Dist, South Carolina to live in Burke County, Georgia where he lived for about five years, per his pension application.

1785 April 15:  [WILKES COUNTY, GEORGIA] DEED BOOK “C C”–BADLY WORN
Page 7–LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to Vinson Greer 150 acres. Land on Buffalo creek adj. Moses Going, Daniel Bankston, orig. grant 1785.  1785 April 15 Moses Going from George Lumpkin and wife Ann Lumpkin both of Wilkes County, Georgia, for 10 pounds sterling a tract of land on the branches of the Buffalow fork of Long Creek, bounded on the N by vacant land, on the E by vacant land, on the S by Vinson Greer, on the W by John Lumpkin.  Land containing 200 acres granted unto George Lumpkin on March 15, 1785. Signed: George Lumkin, Ann Lumkin. Wits: Robt Lumkin, John King.  Jno Cunningham, JP. Wilkes County, Georgia.

1786 Dec 15 Franklin County, Georgia headright authorized surveyor John Gorham, Esq, to lay out unto Moses Gowen a tract for 684 acres for an old warrant of his own, and an old warrant of Peter Merrell. Franklin Co, Georgia.

1787 Returns:  1787 LL Capt Bishop’s Dist.  044 – Moses Goin
Co – Wil
2nd – 200
3rd – 575

044A (A stands for younger) – Moses Goin
Co – Fra
2nd – 648

1789 abt James Goyne moved to Warren County, Georgia where he lived for about two years, per his pension application.

1789, EZEKIEL JOINES (not sure if a Going type name, does not appear to be one) purchased 200 acres on Cub Creek in Wilkes County from Charles Walker of Franklin County, Georgia. Ezekiel sold half of this parcel two years later. Shortly before his death in 1803, he deeded the remaining 100 acres to “Edmund Joines alias Edmund Gunter.” (Wilkes Co. Deed Book C, p.519.) Wilkes Co, Georgia.

1789 Dec 5:  The Wilkes County Papers, 1773-1833, page 73, by Robert Scott Davis Jr.
MOSES GOING Grantor; to John Lumpkin grantee; Deed, 5 Dec 1789, Moses Going of Wilkes County to John Lumpkin 200 acres on Long Creek; adj. Lumpkin, Bankston, and Greer, (s) Moses Going in the presence of (s) Thomas Rutledge, Aron Springfield, George Lumpkin and Jesse Heard, JPWC. Recorded in Book HH, Fos. 312-13, 1 September 1791 Ref: Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes County, page 111 (Page 312) MOSES GOYNE (signed GOING) to John Lumkin, 200 acres on waters of Long Creek adj. said Lumpkin. 5 Dec 1789, Thos. Routledge, Geo. Lumpkin, Aaron Springfield, Test.

1789 Dec 5:  Wilkes County, Georgia Deed Books A-VV 1784-1806 by Michal Martin Farmer. To purchase other deed books visit http://michalfarmer.com/  p. 312 5 Dec. 1789, Moses Goyne to John Lumkin, both of Wilkes Co., for £10, 200 acres on Long Creek, adj. W. said Lumkin, S. by Bankston, E. by Greer, N. by Greer & Lumkin. (signed) Moses Going.  Wit: Thomas Rontledge, Ann Springfield, George Lumkin, Jesse Heard, J.P.W.C. Regd. 1 Sept. 1791.

1790:  Wilkes County, GA Tax Records, 1785-1805 – Volume One
Compiled and published by Frank Parker Hudson 1790
012 – John Going
013 – Reuben Going
014 – Aaron Going
019 – Moses Going
019A – Moses Going
020 – William Going

1790 – William Goyne first appeared in the tax records of Wilkes County, Georgia in 1790, according to the research of Frank Parker Hudson, Atlanta, Georgia. Wilkes Co, Georgia.  In 1790, William ‘Going’ lived in Capt. Lucas’ District [LL-20], and was charged with one poll. This indicates that William Goyne had no adult male children living with him, and owned no land in the state of Georgia.

1791 James Goyne was listed in Capt. Simmon’s District of Wilkes County.

1791 abt James Goyne moved to Washington County, Georgia for about five years. per his pension application.

1791:  Georgia Tax Index 1789-1799
James Going – Capt. Smiths Dist., 1791

1791, William ‘Going’ lived in Capt. Hubbard’s District [LL-60], and was charged with one poll. Wilkes County, Georgia

1791 July 23: p. 71 23 July 1791, Ignatious Few to Robert Abercrumbia, both of Wilkes Co., for £75, on bank of Ogechee River , on bank of Ryals Branch, 225 acres, E. part of 780 acres granted to said Few, 2 Mar. 1791. (signed) I. Few. Wit: Bn. Few, Moses Going. Proved by Moses Going & Benjamin Few, 15 May 1791 before Andw. Burns, J.P. Regd. 18 May 1793.

1791 July 23: p. 185 23 July 1791, Ignatius Few to Moses Going, both of Wilkes Co., for £250, west part of 780 acres, granted 2 Mar. 1790, adj. bank of Ryals Branch, Ogeche River, down river to mouth of Ryals Branch, up branch 555 acres. (signed) I. Few Wit: Bn. Few, R. Abercrombie. Proved by Robert Abercromby and Benjamin Few, 15 May 1792, before Andw. Burns, J.P. Regd. Aug. 1792.

1792 James Goyne was listed in Capt. Simmon’s District of Wilkes County.

1792, William ‘Going’ lived in Capt. Hubbard’s District [LL-68], and was charged with one poll. William ‘Going’ was not found in the tax records of Wilkes County in 1793. Wilkes County, Georgia

1792 Returns:  [1792 LL] Cap^t Hubbard’s District
063 – Moses Going
3rd – 500
Co. – Wil
Waters – Ogeechee R (Ogeechee lands from Buckhead [Creek] to the head of Ogeechee)
Who Land Joins – MaCrombey, Rob^t

063A (A stands for younger) Moses Going
3rd – 686
Co. – Fra

1793:  Wilkes County 1793 early tax digests
Jesse Going – Capt. Smiths Dist. 2

1793, Jesse ‘Going’ lived in Capt. Hubbard’s District [LL-3], and was charged with one poll.  Wilkes County, Georgia

1793 Returns:  [1793 LL] Capt Hubbert’s Distt No. 10

014 – Moses Going
2nd – 500
Co. – Wil

014A (A stands for younger) Moses Going
3rd – 684
Co. – Fra
Waters – Flat Creek

014B (B stands for one armed) Moses Going
3rd – 208p
Co. – Gre
Who Land Joins – Smith

1793 – When Warren Co, Ga was created from Wilkes Co, Ga in 1793, William Going, Moses Going, and Jesse Going were listed as taxpayers on the county’s first tax roll. Warren County, Georgia.

1793:  Ref: Wilkes County, 1793, Early Tax Digest, Capt. Neal’s District; #14, MOSES GOING; County in which the Lands are: Wilkes; 200 acres; 1 Free male white person from the age of 21 and upwards 1/9. Amount of the value of Lands & c. at 8/2 pr. F100; f136.s 4. Amount of each persons tax: s. 12. d. 11; Who the Lands adjoins or what water courses on Crumley (?). Georgia

1793 July 21 – Moses Going deeded land which was part of 780 acres originally granted to Ignatius Few in 1791 – Warren County Deed Book A, pg 606. Georgia

1793 Oct 2:  1791 Returns Notes for District LL: Boundaries as of 2 Oct 1793: Georgia Military Affairs, Vol II, Part 1, p.55: Captain Matthew Hubert’s District, 3rd Co., 1st Bn, 4th Regt: –Beginning at Goings Mill [on the Ogeechee] running [east] along the [Upper] Trading Road to the ridged between Rocky Comfort and Long Creek, then up leading to Seal’s old place, thence and old road to Powell’s road, then along said road to the head of Clower’s Creek, then down the said creek to the mouth, then down the Oheeechee to the beginning.[1791 LL] Capt Hubbard’s District016 – Moses Going Co. – Wil  2nd – 600

1793 Oct 21 Moses Going of Wilkes Co Ga to Warren Andrews 100 acres being part of 780 acres granted to Ignatius Few on March 2, 1791.  Signed: Moses Going. Wits: Robert Abercrombie, John Oliver. Proved up Feb 10 1800. Recorded Feb 20 1800. Warren Co Ga.

016A (A stands for younger) – Moses Going
Co. – Fra
3rd – 684

016B (B stands for one armed) – Moses Going
Co. – Gre
3rd – 100

059 – John Going
060 – William Going
061 – Aaron Going
062 – Reubin Going

In 1794, William ‘Going’ lived in Capt. Hubbard’s District [LL-9] in newly formed Warren County, Georgia. He was charged with one poll, and paid 1 shilling, 9 pence. [Hudson, op cit, and Ruth Blair, State Historian and Director, Georgia Department of Archives & History, “Some Early Tax Digests of Georgia” 1926]

1794 – 1796 – William Goyne married Nancy Stroder Alexander Stroder, Isabella Stroder
Nancy Stroder b. in Pa in 1768 to Alexander Schroeder and Isabella Schroder.
William Goyne was married to Nancy Stroder, daughter of Alexander Stroder and Isabella Stroder, between 1794 and 1796 in Wilkes County. She was his second wife. Wilkes Co, Ga

1794-1804: James Goyne was listed in the inventory of the estate of William Minor, Jr. [undated, but between 1794 and 1804] in Hancock County.

1794-1805 William Going is on tax list of Warren County, Georgia, along with Moses Going.

1794 to 1805 William Going on tax rolls in Warren County Ga

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1794 July 19 Note:  Thomas Starke of Wilkes County, Ga promises to pay Moses Going of Warren County, Ga 37 pounds 15 shillings on or before the last day of October next ensuing . . . Signed: Thomas Starke.  Witnesses:  Isaac Bankston, Moses Lucas. Warren Co, Ga.

1794 Aug 27 Thomas Felps of the County of Hancock Georgia from Moses Going of Warren County Georgia 150 acres in the County of Hancock bounded by Goings’ land. Signed: Moses Goings. Witnesses: Jacob Bankston, James Langford. Proved up in front of justice Matthew Raburn by Jacob Bankston on July 23 1796. Hancock County, Georgia.

1794 Oct 22 John Fluker of County of Oglethorpe to John Goins of County of Greene 200 acres on Waters of Ogechee bounded by Henry’s land, and vacant land originally granted to James Espey on Jan 21 1785. Signed by J. Fluker. Wit. Jas Nisbit. Recorded on Aug 18, 1801. Greene Co Ga

1795 Jan 16 Petition of Moses Going showing that Thomas Starke is indebted to petitioner for 37 pounds 15 shillings sterling the said Thomas on the 19th day of July and in the yar of our lord 1794 . . . Thomas assumed to pay petitioner above sum on or before the last day of October next after said date. . . . Said Thomas not paying . . . court to be held in and for the County of Wilkes. Moses Going deposeth and saith that Thomas Starke Jr stands justly indebted to him by note in the sum of thirty seven pounds, fifteen shillings sterling with interest from the last day of October 1794 until paid. Signed: Moses Going. Sworn before R Worsham JP on 16th Jan 1795.   Wilkes County, Georgia.

1795 Feb 27 Moses Going v. Thomas Stark. The defendant Thomas Stark is hereby required personally or by his attorney to be and appears before their honors the judges of this Inferior Court at a Court to be held in and for the County of Wilkes in the first Tuesday in April next then and there to answer the Plaintiff in and action on the case and go forth to his damage sixty pounds (sp?) . . . in default thereof the said Court will proceed thereon as to Justice shall appertain.  Witness: Edwin Mounger Esq clerk of the said Court at office the twenty seventh day of February in the yar of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five, and in the nineteenth year of the sovereignty and independence of the United States of America. Edwin Morninger CJC.  Wilkes County, Georgia.

1795 May 29 Moses Going and Agness his wife of Warren County, Georgia convey to James Cozart 684 acres in the County of Franklin, Georgia.  Signed: Moses Going, Agness Going. Witnesses: James Saunders, Prosser Haston. Recorded Aug 16, 1790. Franklin County, Georgia. pg. 132.

1795 Oct 7 Moses Going and Aggy his wife of the County of Warren sell to William Stith Jr 465 acres on N side of Ogecha River in Warren County bounded by Rials Branch, the Ogechee, the western part of a tract of 780 acres granted to Ignatius Few on 2 March 1791. Signed: Moses Goings, Agness Goings. Wit: Robert Abercrombie, William Friend, William Stith. Proved up on Nov 20, 1797. Recorded Feb 21, 1798.  Warren County, Georgia.  pg 365.

1795 Dec 12:  “Drury Gowin” first appeared in the deed records of Wilkes County, Georgia when he purchased 100 acres in Wilkes County from Abraham McAlhattan, Sr. for £40 on December 12, 1795 “on Stephens Creek, adjacent to Moses Stephens, Wm. Evans, William Allison & Henry Thompson, originally granted to George Rutledge.”

1796 abt James Goyne moved to Hancock County, Georgia for about three years left in 1799 for Louisiana, and then Mississippi in 1804. per his pension application.

1796, John ‘Going’, son of William Goyne, lived in Capt. Turner’s District. He was listed as a tax defaulter. [Augusta Chronicle, 29 Jan. 1797, p. 2, col. 4]. Wilkes County, Georgia.

1796, Drury ‘Going’, son of William Goyne, appeared in the tax records of Wilkes County. He lived in Capt. Turner’s District [MM-7], and owned 100 acres of land. Wilkes County, Georgia.  “Drury Going” was listed as a taxpayer in the 1796 tax list of Wilkes County. He paid taxes on 100 acres on Stephens Creek. Frank Parker Hudson of Atlanta, Georgia explained the numbering system. The two letters designate the militia district, and the number following is the sequence number of the individual as entered on the tax list.

1796 July 25:  Edward Gresham, J. P. registered the deed July 25, 1796 in Wilkes County Deed Book OO, page 26. “John Gowin,” perhaps the brother of Drury O. Goyne, was a witness to the deed.

1796 Aug 16 Moses Going judgment against Thomas Stark for 12 dollars eighty seven and an half cents which Moses Going lately in our Inferior Court of Wilkes hath recovered against him for costs also the sum of one hundred and eighty three dollars and forty one cents which the said Moses Going in the same Court were adjudged for his damages as well by reason of detaining the said debt as for his costs in that suit expended . . . to render to the said Moses Going the costs and damages aforesaid, and have then there this writ. Wit: Richd Worsham Esq. Wilkes Co, Ga

1797, William ‘Going’ lived in Capt. Turner’s District [MM-49], and was charged with one poll. Other ‘Going’ individuals living in Capt. Turner’s District in 1797 were:
Drury ‘Going’ [MM-65]
Hardy ‘Going’ [MM-140] “Widow” was written by his name.
Henry ‘Going’ [MM-38]
John ‘Going’ [MM-32]
William ‘Going’ (Jr) [MM-111]
(Note: All of the above were sons of William Goyne, except Henry Going [MM-38]. Henry ‘Going’ [MM-38] is considered to be the son of John ‘Going’ Jr, and the grandson of John and Mary Keith ‘Going.’ Wilkes County, Georgia).

1797-Capt. Turner’s District (MM-65), Drury O Goyne – 100 acres on Stephen’s Creek, joins Moses Stephens.’

1797 James Goyne appeared in the records of Hancock Co, Georgia. (Note: James Goyne is considered to be the son of John ‘Going’ Jr, and the grandson of John ‘Going’ and Mary Keith ‘Going.’). James Goyne was a purchaser at the estate sale of Meredith Price in early 1797 in Hancock County, Georgia according to “The Georgia Genealogy Magazine,” Winter 1974, p. 141]. In the summer of 1797, James Goyne assisted in the inventory of the estate of William Minor, Jr. in Hancock County, according to the same source.

1797 Jan 2 Ethelred Thomas Esqr surveyor for Warren County, Georgia laid out unto Moses Going 60 acres in Warren County on his family head right. Warren County, Georgia

1797 March 28 Moses Going and Agness his wife of Warren County, Georgia to Samuel Howell 100 acres in Warren County on Long Creek bounded by Going’s land, Bankston’s land, Reily on the south, and Parish’s land on the west. Being part of a land granted to Edmond Newgent on Sept 5, 1784.  Signed: Moses Going and Agness Going. Wit: Isaac Bankston, Robert Johnson. Warren County, Georgia. Proved up Feb 17, 1798. Recorded Nov 27, 1799.  Warren County, Georgia

1797 June 23 Moses Going and Agnes his wife of Warren County, Georgia to Prior Gardner 92 acres in Warren County on the Waters of Ogechee on a Creek call Long Creek, previously granted to John Edmundson on March 6, 1793. Signed: Moses Going and Agnes Going. Wit: Reuben Winfrey, Samuel Howell.  Proved up on March 18, 1801. Warren County, Georgia.

1798 Returns:  [1798 I] Capt Solomon Thornton’s District
021 – Moses Goin, F.M. (Free Mulatto)
3rd – 304
Co. – Wil
Watercourse – Rockey Ck
Who Land Joins – Bell, Jn^o
Granted To – McCarta, Jn^o

1799, William ‘Going’ lived in Capt. Turner’s District [MM-135]. He owned 100 acres on Lick Creek that joined Meshack Turner. This land had been originally granted to Isaac Stokes. This is the first land purchased by William Goyne in Wilkes County, Georgia.

1799 List of  Tax Defaulters in Wilkes County in Capt. Turner’s District, included Drury Goyne and William Goyne, Jr. [Augusta Chronicle, April 12, 1800, p. 2, col. 3]). Wilkes County, Georgia.

[1799 I] No. 6 Captain Solomon Thornton’s District
051 – Moses Gowan
3rd – 300
Co. Wil
Watercourse – Rocky Ck
Who Land Joins – Bell, Jno
Granted To – Bell, Jno 051A (A stands for younger) – Moses Gowan
3rd – 352
Co. – Wil
Watercourse – Ogeechee
Who Land Joins – Alexander, So
Granted To – Few, Ign

1799 – Moses Going recd a Revolutionary War land grant in Warren Co, Ga.

1799 Jan 23 Moses Goins 60 acres in Warren County bounded NW by Lawrences land, SW by W Andrews, Goins land and east by Nobles land. Warren County, Georgia.

1799 March 7 Lewis Wright sheriff of County of Warren, where Moses Going of County of Wilkes used attorney Henry Candler Esq to obtain a judgment against William Sanders. Sheriff executed and seized land in Wilkes County containing 352 acres being the greater part of a survey containing 452 acres originally  granted to Ignatius Few on June 18, 1793, 100 acres sold to John Bush Esq. The land on the waters of Ogechee and bounded NE by Hails, NW and S by Alexanders SW by Wootens and Williams, NE and NW by Alexanders. Notice of public auction on first Tues in June last. Moses Going was highest bidder.   Signed: Lewis Wright. Wits: Anderson Berry, John McMurrain. Proved up on May 5, 1800. Warren County, Georgia. Bk E. pg 501.

1799 Aug 8:  Washington August 8th 1799. On or before the twenty fifth day of December on thousand Eight hundred. I promise to pay __ court 6 lb. paid. Unto John Henly Junior or ___ two dollars and fift Cents for value recd of him this day and Date above written.    Joseph Boren.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1800 Returns[1800 I] Captain Thompson Coleman’s District
058 – Moses Goens
SL – 2
2nd – 350
Co. – Wil
Watercourse – Ogeeche
Who Land Joins – Bush, J

1800 Oct 10:  I asign this note to Moses Going for value Rec’d this 10th off October 1800.  Received of the ____twenty three dollars.  Moses Going.  Red three Dollars.  Ten on the ___6th day of July 1801.  Thomas W Greene Clrk.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1800 Oct 16 – Moses Going sold land “lying partly in Wilkes Co, Ga, and Partly in Warren Co, Ga – on the Ogeechee River. Warren County Deed Book B, page 14.

1800 Oct 16 Moses Going of Wilkes County, Ga sells to Samuel Alexander 352 acres of land on the Waters of Ogechee in Wilkes County originally part of a tract granted to
Ignatius Few on June 18, 1793 and bounded NE by Hail, NW and SW by King, SW by Watson and Williams, NE and NW by Alexander. Land was taken by Lewis Wright Esq, former sheriff of Warren County and conveyed to Moses Going. Signed: Moses Going. Wits: M Alexander, J Bankston. Proved up on June 17 1801. Recorded Aug 25 1801. Warren County, Ga. Bk F, pg 22.

1800 Dec:  Note***Prior page is not included in this transcription
…….procefs may Issue regairing the said Moses personally or by his Attorney to be and appear before the Honorable the Inferior Court at a Court to be held in and for the County of Wilkes on the fourth monday in february next then and their to answer your Petitioner in an Action on the case and soforth.  Amos Wright Plff.  Book A 1799 Minutes of the Inferior Court 1798-1811 Film #016345

1800 Dec 8:  State of Georgia, Warren County
Personally appeared before me Amos Wright – one of the Justices of said County and makes Oath that Moses Going Stands Justly indebted to this deponent on a note of hand the sum of One hundred dollars Due the first day of May 1800-
Amos (A his mark) Wright.  Sworn before me this 8th December 1800.  Gislia Hurt J.P. Book A 1799 Minutes of the Inferior Court 1798-1811 Film #016345

1800 Dec 26:  Georgia; To the Sheriff of Wilkes County Greeting
Amos Wright vs Moses Going – Case
The Defendant Moses Going is hereby required personally or by his Attorney to be and appear before the Honorable the Inferior Court at a Court to be held in and for the County of Wilkes on the fourth monday in February next then and there to answer the plantiff in an Action on the Case & to his damage two hundred dollars or in default thereof the said Court will proceed thereon as to Justice shall affertain.
Witnefs the Honorable Edward Butler Esq one of Our said Inferior Court Justices this 26th day of December 1800.  Natah Willis Clk. Book A 1799 Minutes of the Inferior Court 1798-1811 Film #016345

[1801 I] Captain Thompson Colemans District
003 – Moses Going, 048 – Sam’l Goings

[1801 K] Captain William Coats District
General Note: Lot, as in Town Lot, is spelled Lott more often than not. All lots in Town of Washington, unless otherwise noted.  151 – James Goings, 153 – Thomas Going

1801 – William Goings in Warren County, Georgia tax rolls
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In 1801 William Goings listed on Warren Co Ga tax lists.

1801 William Goings listed on Warren Co Ga tax lists

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1801:  Amos Wright vs. Moses Going.  Case. Settene at dependats Cost on information of the Clerk.  Book A 1799 Minutes of the Inferior Court 1798-1811 Film #016345.  Georgia.

1801 Feb 2:  Served 2nd Feby 1801 – Bail Taker.  Thos. W Goimes Shff.  Know all men by these presents that we Mofses Going, William Sivey and Isaac Bankston are held and firmly bound unto ____ as W Goimes Sheriff of the County of Wilkes and his succefsors in office in the Sum of two hundred dollars for the payment of which sum we bind Our selves Our heirs Executors and Administrators Jointly and Severally firmly by these presents Sealed with our Seals and dated this Second day of February 1801.
The Condition of the above obligation is such that if the above boundable Moses Going do make his personal appearances at the next Inferior Court to be held in and for the County of Wilkes on the fourth Monday of this Instant then and there to Answer the Complaint of Amos Wright in an Action on the Case & to his damage two hundred dollars then the Above obligation to be Void – else to Remain in full force and Virtue.  Moses Going (seal). William (his mark) Silvey (seal).  Isaac Bankston (seal).  Witnefs: Agnefs Going .  Book A 1799 Minutes of the Inferior Court 1798-1811 Film #016345

1801 April 29 Moses Going conveys 60 acres to William Stith adjoining land where Stith now lives, bounded NW by Lawrence’s land, SW by Warren Andrews, and Going’s, now the said Stith’s land, and E by Nobles, now Warren Andrews’ land. Signed: Moses Going. Wit: John Graves, Thos P Carnes. Recorded June 24, 1809. Warren County, Ga. Bk G, p 184.

1801 July Term:  And Now at the term (?)\ the defendant by his Attorney ___ ____ came into court and for ____ saith he hath paid the ____ of the Plantiff ___ part thereof And of ____ he put himself off upon this county.    Moses Going vs Joseph Boren – Jury
We find for the Plantiff thirty six dollars & fifty cents and Interest.   Mose Going vs Joseph Boren – Judgement 35.50 ____ ____ month Interest of 4.38.  Rec’d of the above sum of thirty dollars fifty ____ _____ _____ pf 1802.  Thomas Going for Moses Going.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library.  Page 72
Moses Going vs Joseph Boren – Jury No, 1 – We find for the Plantiff thirty six dollars & fifty cents with Interst & cost.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1801 July 3:  Pg. 292 Georgia.  To the Sherriff of Wilkes County Greeting.  Moses Going vs Joseph Boren.  The defandant Joseph Boren is hereby required personally or by his Attorney to be and appear before this court of Wilkes on the fourth Monday of July,___ the ___ ___ to answer the Plaintff in an action to the case & to his damages one hundred Dollars or difenat there of the said court will proceed thereon and Justice shall apperain
Witness the Honoraabl Edward Butler Esq One of our said Inferior Court this 3 day of July 1801.  Nathe Willis Clk.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1801 July 6:  Page 148 (ibid), MOSES GOING PLF vs Joseph Boren Def. Petition of Moses Going for debt due from Joseph Boren to John Henly, Junior, but assigned to Going by Henly, (s) Walton aty. For plff. Papers served 6 July 1801. (s) Thomas W. Gaines. July Term, 1801; Found for the plaintiff; Note of debt to John Hendly, (s) Joseph Boren, 8 August 1799. On reverse side it is signed by John Henly and Moses Going before (s) Peter B. Terrell.

1801 July 29:  Pg 104.  Wednesday July 29, 1801.  John Goins vs Drury Jones – Attachment Judgement by Default.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1801 Sept 11:  On September 11, 1801 “Drury [X] Goings” sold his 100 acres on Stephen’s Creek to David/Davis Saxon for $300. Land bounded by Moses Stephens, William Evans, William Allison now the land of Lewis Stewart, and Henry Thompson, and land originally granted to George Rutledge.  Signed: Drury Goings. Wit:  John Hendrick and William Gammage.  Proved September 30, 1805, according to Wilkes County Deed Book VV, page 365.

1802 Tax Returns of Capt. William’s District, Hancock County: John Goyn and James Goyn-no entries except tax of 31½ cents each. [1802 Tax Returns, Records of Hancock Co., verified by the Nancy Hart Chapter, DAR, Milledgeville, GA, Georgia Society DAR, 1940-42]”. Hancock County, Georgia.

1802:  Drury O. Goyne was assessed one poll [no land] in 1802 in Capt. Ogletree’s District [MM-106] and perhaps the same in 1803. No tax records remain for the latter year.

1802 March:  Page 45 Film #0163546 March 1802.  Amos Mergar (?) vs Moses Going – Judgement. Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1802 March 11:  Amost Wright vs Moses Going – Judgement by Default.  Thursday March 11, 1802 – pg 115.  Amos Wright vs Moses Going – Case settled at Defendants cost on the Information of the Clerk pg 66.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1802 March 12:  Friday March 12th 1802.  Moses Going v Joseph Borne – Jury find for the plantiff $36.50 with Interest.  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803, 1807-1858 – Mormon Library

1802 Jun 29:  Film #0163546 Ga. Inferior Court 1801-1803.  Moses Going vs Joseph Boren.  Judgment $35.50 Cents eighteen months interest 4:38: $40.88 Recd of the above the sum of thirty dollars fifty eight cents Jun 29th 1802.  (signed) Thomas Going for Moses Going.  Cost$11:50 Paid 7.00

1803 Land Lottery in Wilkes County, according to “Early Records of Wilkes County, Georgia,” Book 1 were:
Drury Goin 2 draws
William Goin Jr 1 draw
John Goin 2 draws. Wilkes County, Georgia.

1803 May 20: William Hammack conveys to Drury Goyne. Georgia, Wilkes County. Book UU p. 254 and 255. Recorded May 15, 1804.  William Hammack of Wilkes County, Georgia to Drury Goyne of Wilkes County, Georgia, for 275 dollars paid by Drury Goyne, convey unto Drury Goyne a tract of land in Wilkes County, Georgia, on Rocky Creek bounded by Hail’s old line, said creek, Spring Branch, 68 and 1/2 acres of land of Joseph McCormack granted April 9, 1792. Signed: William Hammack. Wits: Edward Gresham, Alexander Harper. Wilkes County, Georgia.  

1804:  Drury O. Goyne was taxed on his Rocky Creek land in Wilkes County beginning in 1804:  “1804-Capt. Little’s District [RR-2], 68+ acres on Rocky Creek, joins Micajah Little, granted to Jos. Kelly.

1804 April 15:  “Drury Goyen” was a witness to a deed April 15, 1804, ac­cording to Warren County Deed Book B, page 295.

The 1805 Tax Records of Warren County in Capt. T. Mullins District, p. 97, list: “William Goying poll 1, Acreage: 35 acres quality #2; 35 acres quality #3. rantee [sic]: Felps. Joiner: Aikins. [Blair, op cit]

In the 1805 Land Lottery, Warren County, William Goyne, held Registration No. 993, and drew two blanks. (1805 Land Lottery, p. 130)

The 1805 Land Lottery, Capt. Young’s District, Wilkes County, according to “Early Records of Wilkes County, Georgia,” Book 1, lists:

Drury Goin 2 draws
John Goyne 2 draws

Qualifications for both the 1803 and 1805 Land Lotteries were the same:

“One draw–free, white and age 21, paid taxes and had been in the state for 12 months. Two draws–same as above, plus having a wife and a child.”

1805 William Goying on Warren County, Georgia tax list.

1805 William Goying on tax list of Warren County, Ga

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1805 April 1 Greene County surveyor laid out to John Going of this county a tract containing 18 and 1/2 acres Wits: G. Foster, John Armons(sp?), Fields Kennedy. Greene County, Georgia. pg 63.

1807:  Drury O. Goyne entered the 1807 Land Lottery, and received two draws. Qualifications were the same as in 1803.

1807 March 30 State of Georgia grants 11 acres to John Going bounded NE by Going’s land and on all other sides by Cheives’ land. Greene County, Georgia.

1807 Dec 24 John Going of Greene County conveys to Ezekiel Veazey land in Greene County on the waters of the Ogechee, bounded by Cheivis, Juil, Veazey and Sparks land
Signed: John Goings. Wits: Thomas Sparks, William McGilberry, JP. Recorded Dec 28, 1807. Greene County, Georgia. Book BB, pg 685.

1808 April 20 John Goyne of Wilkes County, Georgia conveyed land to Barton Atcherson of Warren County. Land in Warren County, adjoining lands of Noel Rilsey, Job Swain, Daniel Lockett containing 200 acres, part of a tract lying on the S side of Cold Water Branch on Waters of Ogechee part of a tract containing 500 acres to David Felps on Dec 4, 1790, also one other tract of land containing 25 acres conveyed to William Bass to Tendal, joining above tract, Job Swain, and others. Signed: John Gaynes. Wits: Littleberry Little, Micajah Little. Recorded April 19, 1811. Warren County, Georgia. Book II, Folio 141, 142. pg. 487.

1808 Sept 10:  It appears John Goyne stayed in Wilkes County, Georgia as the following land indenture in 1808 signed by John Goyne and his wife Nancy indicates: 1808 Sept 10 John Goyne of Wilkes County sells land to William Jameson in Wilkinson County containing 202 and 1/2 acres of land. Signed: John Goyne. Wits: John Hendrik, James H McFarland. Micajah Little, JP. Wilkes County, Georgia.

1808 John and Nancy Goyne buy 1808 Wilkes Co. Ga

1808 John and Nancy Goyne buy 1808 Wilkes Co. Ga

1809 Jan 10: Drury Goyne of “Wilkerson County, Georgia” bought land in Baldwin County, Georgia January 10, 1809.  “Morgan County, Superior Court Deeds. Hardy Newson, Jr. of Warren County conveys to Drury Goyne of Wilkinson County for $400, Lot 144, 2nd District, Baldwin County, 202.5 acres,” according to Morgan County Deed Book B, page 420. Witnesses were L. B. Little, John Goyne, his brother and Micajah Little.”  It is suggested that L. B. Little and Micajah Little were brothers-in-law with Drury O. Goyne.

1810:  “Drury Goin” filed suit in 1810 in Clarke County, Georgia against William Blalock, according to the minutes of the Clarke County Court.

1811 Nov 16 Thomas Going to John Binion, June 15 1816 Columbia Co, Ga. Vol R, p 48
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1812 June 3: The State v. Joshua Bell. Wilkes County, Georgia. Drury Goyen gave testimony as a witness sworn that he was “well acquainted with Arthur Bell and Joshua Bell and has been for a long time and does believe that the said Joshua has never treated the said Arthur ___(sp?) and that he never heard any complaint by the said Arthur against the said Joshua till about the time a suit was commenced by the said Arthur against the said Joshua, and this deponent believes the said suit would not have been commenced but for the improper conduct of some other person or persons other that the said Arthur and that the indictment against the said Joshua is malicious. Sworn to before me this 3 June 1812.  Signed: Drury Goyen.   Wilkes County Court Records 78-528m_01158. Georgia Archives.

1816 – William Goyne, John Goyne, Drury Goyne, William Goyne Jr., Hardy Goyne, Rebecca Goyne, Alice Goyne, Hiram Davis Goyne, Tyra A. Goyne (all named in following will):  William Goyne made his will January 4, 1816, and it was probated September 1, 1817 in Warren County, Georgia. He named the following children in his will:  John Goyne who was married to Nancy and moved to Jefferson County, Alabama, dying there in 1839.  Drury Goyne who was last recorded in the 1820 Census of Wilkes County, Georgia. He may be the man who was married to Martha Worthington November 15, 1838 in Upson County, Georgia.  William Goyne, Jr. who was last recorded in the tax records of Wilkes County, Georgia in 1799.  Hardy Goyne who was last recorded in 1830-31 in Taliaferro County, Georgia.  Rebecca Goyne who was married about 1790, husband’s name Dick.  Alice Goyne who was married about 1793 to King as his second wife.  Hiram Davis Goyne who was married [1] Mary “Polly” Allen; and [2] Susan Lupo. They removed to Union Parish, Louisiana where he died in 1852.  Tyra A. Goyne who was married to Mary and moved to Coffee County, Alabama where he died in 1883.  Warren Co, Ga.

1816 Sept 14:  William Goyne Jr was surety for the administration of the estate of Shadrack Stodder by his widow September 14, 1816, according to Warren County, Georgia Administrator’s Bond Book A, page 46.

1817 – Alexander Gowen in Putnam County, Georgia tax rolls
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1817 – John Goin in Putnam County, Georgia tax rolls
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1817 – William Goyne in Warren County, Georgia tax rolls
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1817 Sept 1 – Proveup of William Goynne will in Warren Co, Ga.
The last Will and Testament of William Goynne.
1st I will that so much of my horses or cattle shall be sold as will be sufficient to satisfy all my just debts.
2nd I will that forty dollars shall be raised and collected out of not now in my possession against other people, and given to John and Mount Herman Goynne, my grandchildren, sons of Hardy Goynne.
3rd I will that the balance of all my notes, after raising the above mentioned forty dollars, with the interest and profits arising therefrom to be given to my son Tyra.
4th I will that the land, house and Plantation where I now live, be a home for my wife, if she chooses to stay upon it, during her widowhood, but not have the privilege to sell it. And then at her marriage, her death, or removal, to go to my son Hiram.
5th I will that my Sorrel Mare belong to my wife, for the purpose of raising a colt or colts for my son Tyra; and entrust my wife to give accordingly.
6th I will that my three beds be divided between my wife, Hiram, and Tyra Goynne, equally, viz. one for each: and the balance of my household furniture to be equally divided as they separate their homes between my wife, Hiram and Tyra.
7th I will that my daughter Rebecca Dick, have one dollar and fifty cents.
8th I will that my daughter Allice King, shall have one dollar and fifty cents.
9th I will that my son John, shall have one dollar and fifty cents.
10th I will that my son Drury shall have one dollar and fifty cents.
11th I will that my son William shall have one dollar and fifty cents.
12th I will that my son Hardy, shall have two dollars.
I am at this time perfectly in my senses; and acknowledge the above to be my desire. As witness my hand, this 4th day of January, in the year of our Lord 1816. William Goynne (his mark).
Signed in the Presence of: Joseph “J” Johnson, Obedience Ray (her mark), Hartwell Battle.  Probate of the above Will. Georgia, Warren County Court of Ordinary, September Term 1817.  Personally appeared in open Court Joseph Johnston and Hartwell Battle, two of the subscribing witnesses to the within Will, and took the following oath, viz. I Joseph Johnston and I hartwell Battle, do each for himself, solemnly swear on the holy Evangelists of Almighty God, that we saw William Goynne sign the within instrument of writing, and pronounce the same to be his last Will and Testament, and that at the time of his so doing, he was of sound and disposing mind and memory, and in his presence, and at his request, and in the presence of eachother, and also of Obedience, Ray, the other subscribing witnesses, they did all become witnesses thereunto.  Sworn and subscribed in open Court the 1st day of September 1817. Test. M. Torrence, Clk, C.O.  Wits: Joseph Johnston, Hartwell Battle.  https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93T-8Q6Q?i=150&wc=9SYT-GP6%3A267832301%2C267849401&cc=1999178

Listed in Will above:
Wife: Nancy
Children:
1) Hardy Goynne – Hardy’s children: – John Goynne, – Mount Herman Goynne
2) Tyra Goynne
3) Hiram Goynne
4) Rebecca Dick
5) Allice King
6) John Goynne
7) Drury Goynne
8) William Goynne (Jr)

On 1817 Nov 7 the Inventory of the Estate of William Goyne in was filed with the court in Warren County, Georgia.

1817 Nov 7 - Ga inventory and sale of Wm Goyne estate snip

1817 Nov 7 – Ga inventory and sale of Wm Goyne estate snip

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1818 – Nancy Goine – widow – on tax rolls for Warren County, Ga
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1820 US Census:  “Drewey O. Goyne” appeared in the 1820 census of Wilkes County, Georgia as the head of a household: “Goyne, Drury white male over 45
white female over 45
white male 16-26
white male 16-18
white female 10-16
white male 10-16
white female 0-10”
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1824 – Aaron Goings – in tax roll for Putnam County, Georgia – appears to be a minor – under William Wilkins
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1824 Property Tax – Putnam, Georgia includes Drury Going.

1826 Feb 13 William and Joseph Going to Wm Murray June 8 1826 Columbia Co, Ga. Vol Y, p 198. FamilySearch film not available yet. Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/112848?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1827 April 2: Deaths in Columbus Georgia lists No 22 – child of Drewry Goins.

1828 July 14 Drury Goyen from Amos Rose deed, Upson Co Ga Bk B pg 99 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1829 Mar 6 Drury Goyne to Thos F Nolan deed, Upson Co Ga Bk A p 452 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1829 Dec 1 Drury Goyen from Jessee Duncan deed, Bk A pg 490 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1830:  “Drewry O. Goyne” was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Wilkes County. He was also recorded as living adjacent to M[icajah?] Little in Capt. Littleberry’s District in Wilkes County and owning 100 acres of land.

1830 US Census in Upson Co, Ga (1 male 60-70 yrs, 1 male 20-30 yrs, 1 male under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 60-70).  “Drury Goyen” was listed as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Upson County, page 95. It appears that his son and his family were also living in his household: The family was registered as: “Drury Goyen white male 60-70
white female 60-70
white male 20-30
white female 20-30
*white male 0-5
white female 20-30”

1831 – Drew (Hugh) Goen on tax rolls in Butts Co, Ga
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1834 William Gowin in Montgomery County Ga tax rolls
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1835 Oct 7 William Going b Adm to Miles Murphey, Nov 8 1838 Columbia Co, Ga. Vol KK, p 374.  FamilySearch film not available yet. Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/112848?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1837 Jan 1 Barney B Gowan receives headright order for 300 acres of land in Glynn County, Georgia.

1837 March 18 Barney B. Gowen had 40 acres surveyed for him adjacent to Alexander McDonald’s, Wayne Co line, Mannings land, vacant. Wits: Thomsin M Scarlett, John Franklin’s land, and vacant land, warrant was dated Jan 1, 1837.  Glynn County, Georgia.

1837 Sept 23 Noyal Goyen to Jilliard B Mabry deed, Upson Co, Ga Bk D pg 126 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1837 Sept 23 Noyal Goyens from Humphrey P Hardy and Admr of V E Vickers deed, Upson Co Ga. Bk D pg 125 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1838 Jan 10 Noyal Goyn to H B Mabry mtg deed, Upson Co Ga. Bk D pg 179 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1838 April 23 survey for James Gowen for 374 acres of land bounded by Church land, E by Deneres, south by Salt Marsh, W by Frederick River.  CC: James Fremin, William Whittemore. Headright order for 500 acres given on April 3, 1838. Glynn County, Georgia.

1838 May 10 Barney Gowen has 275 acres of land surveyed for him, adjacent to G Houstoun, William Murrey. CC: J Morgan, R. Forton. Glynn County, Georgia.

1838 Nov 29 Noyal Goyen to Lewis Shepherd deed, Upson Co Ga Bk D pg 532 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1839 Feb 26 Noyal Goyen to H B Mabry mtg D, Upson Co Ga. Bk D pg 442 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1839 April 1 headright order for 100 acres to Barny B Gowen in Camden County, Georgia.

1839 April 4 survey for Barney B Gowen for 50 acres adjacent to Talbot, unknown, Patterson, Hatcher’s land. CC: AC Scott, B B Gowen. Camden County, Georgia.

1840 May 18 William Going by Adm to Jas Crenshaw by agt, Aug 17 1840 Columbia Co, Ga. Vol KK, p 568 FamilySearch film not available yet. Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/112848?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1841 Jan 2 Noyal Goyen to H B Mabry mtg, Upson Co Ga Bk E, pg 310 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1841 April 4 James Gowen receives headright warrant for 350 acres of land in Glynn County, Georgia.

1842 March 31 James Gowen receives survey for 259 acres of land bounded by James Gowen’s land, A W McDonald’s land, Scrivious survey, and Wayne County line. CC: James McDonald, James Gowen. Signed: John M. Tison surveyor. Glynn County, Georgia.

1842 Dec 6 Noyal Goyn by Shff Good, Benj. to Hillyard B Mabry deed, Upson Co Ga Bk F, pg 171 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

1849 May 7 Barney B Gowan receives warrant for land, surveyed on Sept 8, 1849 for 224 acres bounded N by AC Scott, JB Guerrard, E by JB Guerrard and Hazelhurst, S by Alex C Scott, and W by John A Wells and B B Gowan. Land over road from Sand Hills to Armstrong’s Bluff.  CC: Alex C Scott, Thomas Scott. Certified by: Joseph M Nungeyer, CS. Camden County, Georgia.

1854 Jan 11 Noyal Goyen County of Upson to Andrew J Beall deed, 35 and 1/2 acres of land off SE Corner of lot number 14 and 24 and 1/2 acres off the SW corner of lot number 13 all in the Sixteenth District formerly Houston, now Upson County land deeded to Noyal Goyne by David H Starling executor of John G Starling decd containing in the whole 60 acres of land.  Signed: Noyal Goyuen. Wits: M H Sandwich, Travis A D Weaver. Registered March 28, 1857. Upson County Georgia Bk H, pg 240.

1855 June 15 Noyal Goyen to Travis A D Weaver mtg, various payments made Jan 1, 1853 to April 12, 1855, conveying a tract or parcel of land on the SE corner of square of land number 13 in the Sixteenth District originally Houston, now Upson County. Signed: Noyal Goyen. Wits: James M Smith, Raleigh Greene. Recorded June 26, 1855. Upson County, Georgia Bk H, p 39.

1856 Nov 1 Ric Goins by agt to AE Sturges, Columbia Co, Ga. Vol PP, p 259
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1868 Sept 11 deposition or affidavit answers of Noyal Goyen. Answers to questions: Official Offices prior to 1861: I was coroner for the County of Upson about the years 1858 or 1859. Offices in Confederacy: I held no office except the one mentioned above.  Since Oath taken to US, any aid to enemies? None. Signed: Noyal Goyen. Upson County, Georgia.

1869 Jan 4 headright to William W Gowen a tract of land containing 200 acres bounded N by Estate of Dr G P Cohen, E by McDonald, Mrs Isabel Adams, S by William W. Gowen, W by Estate of Dr G P Cohen. Wm T Spincer, Ordinary C Cr. Camden County, Georgia.

1872 Feb 16 Noyal Goyens and E W Story to Vivian Barrett mtg,  Upson Co Ga Bk J p 439 (not available yet on Familysearch) Check later at: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/217522?availability=Family%20History%20Library

 

 

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