State – Louisiana

NATCHITOCHES PARISH, LA

1815 Feb 2 – Phillip Goin to judge, marriage bond to marry Kisaeh Nash – 4417
Phillip Going of Thomas Nash security
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1816 Jse Gowin to Joseph Taujan 4735 (Page missing)

1818 Genevieve Gonin to Helen Faserca emancipation 4844

7176 1873 June 24 – Mrs Elocadie Gowin fr Mrs Nathalie Fleury – bk 69, p 343

298 1873 Dec 20 – Jack Goings to State of Louisiana – bk 69, p 627

383 1869 March 18 – John Goins fr Domingo Soused succ bk 72 p 343

761 1873 June 24 Mrs Elocadie Gouin fr Mrs Nathalie Fleury bk 72, p 623

761 1873 June 24 – Elocadie Gouin fr Mrs Nathalie Fleury bk 72, pg 693

7019 1869 Nov 3 – John Gowings fr Charles Godard – bk 72, p 383

14810 1878 Dec 17 – John Goins to Jas Genius – bk 74, p 202

2156 1867 Mrs Francis Gouin to Jos Stewart 58-29

8279 1875 Francois & E Gouin to Olandine Lacoste 70-356
1875 Francois & E Gouin to Alonidine Lacoste 72-751
1876 Eloudie Gouin to Jules Ducasse 67-172

UNION CO, LA

A M Going decd A-1, 593 to 599 (Book E 20-26) ?
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Ada J Goyne A-1, 606

Harrison Goyne decd A-1, 606-610, “Book F” 303-309
0, 525-529
H D Goyne decd A-1, 610-613, “Book F” 136-140

PD No.

40 Wm S Gooing decd, A-3, 437-444

477 Emma Ruth Goyne, A-4, 376, “Book 6” 594-606

H D Goyne decd, E, 136-140-303-309-403-406

1852 Feb 2 – petition of William Goyne re Hiram Goyne late resided of Union, died on Feb 2, 1852 “Book H-1” 302-312 / 417-424
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Continued at:
417-424:
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1853 June 13 – O, 529-544
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1858 Feb 23 – “Book Q” 509-512
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1875 March 20: Mary E Goyne and Joseph R, H, 460-468 Mary E Goyne decd, H 467-468
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1877 Feb 16: Mary E Goyne and Joseph R, H, 771-772
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Lee and Josephus Goyne, W, 80-85 and 156-162

Joseph R Goyne decd, W, 99-113 and 127-156 and 179-181

Edmond H Goyne, X, 358-407

1654 Robert W Goyne decd, 12, 388-389

LOUISIANA MISC:

1800 May – John Goyne listed as a settler making a claim by settlement and purchase. St Helena Parish, LA. Claims West of Pearl River

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

1804 March 11 – James W. Gowen was referred to as a resident of Black Creek, New Feliciana Parish in a power of attorney document dated March 31, 1804, according to “Spanish West Florida Records,” Vol. 11.

1810 Benjamin Going, free colored, appeared in the 1810 census as the head of a household of four people. They were listed in column 11 of the census return.   https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7613&h=21432&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=PXv2029&_phstart=successSource

1810 James Goin was enumerated as the head of a household of three free colored persons living in Opelousas in the 1810 census.  https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7613&h=21218&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=PXv2037&_phstart=successSource

1810 Philip Goin was listed as the head of a household of three free colored persons living at Opelousas in the 1810 census.  https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7613&h=21217&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=PXv2037&_phstart=successSource

1810 Mathurin Goine was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1810 census of Orleans Parish, page 256:
Goine, Mathurin other free male over 45
one slave”

1810 – James Goyne listed as a settler making a claim by settlement and purchase. St Helena Parish, LA. Claims West of Pearl River

1810 James Goyne “claimed improvement on the east side of the Amite River, about three miles below the line of demarcation. He settled there in 1810 and has cultivated the land continually,” according to “Calendar of State Papers, Crosby.”

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

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

1813 Sept 14 – Mary Goins was married September 14, 1813 to Nathan Wilkinson, according to St. Helena Parish marriage records.

1813 May 17 – John Goyne claimed land May 17, 1813 in St. Helena Parish on the east side of the Amite River, “four miles below line of demarcation, which was settled in the year 1800 and has been in continual cultivation by the claimant to this time,” according to “Calendar of State Papers, Crosby.

1820 James Going appeared as the head of a household of five free colored people and two female slaves in the 1820 census of Landry Parish. The household was composed of:
Going, James free colored male over 45
free colored female 25-45
free colored male 14-26
free colored female 14-26
free colored male over 45
female slave over 45
female slave over 45”  https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7734&h=1408990&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=PXv2040&_phstart=successSource

1820 US Census Rapides Co LA w Amos Goine 1 white  https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7734&h=1494437&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=PXv2039&_phstart=successSource

1820 US Census St Helena Parish, LA with John Goynes – 1 white male 26-44, 1 white male 16-25, 1 white male 16-18, 2 white males 10-15, 2 white males under 10, 1 white female 26-44, 2 white females 10-15, 2 white females under 10, 1 slave. St Helena Parish, Louisiana. https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7734/4433165_00127?pid=1494437&backurl=https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv%3D1%26dbid%3D7734%26h%3D1494437%26tid%3D%26pid%3D%26usePUB%3Dtrue%26_phsrc%3DTqH728%26_phstart%3DsuccessSource&treeid=&personid=&hintid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=TqH728&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true#?imageId=4433273_00071

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

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

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

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

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

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

1834 Oct 30 – Fanny Gowen was married to Aaron Nelson October 30, 1834, according to St. Landry Parish marriage records.

1849 William J Goyne in Louisiana land grant Union Parish La

1850 William J Goyne in Louisiana land grant Union Parish La

1850 US Census Calcasieu LA w Fanny Goan b 1810 age 40 w 3 kids fr LA

1850 US Census Calcasieu LA w Fanny Goan b 1830 age 20 fr LA

1850 US Census Calcasieu LA w Josue Goan b 1805 age 45 wife Betsy a Aaron Goan age 20 fr LA

1850 US Census Calcasieu LA w Steve Goan b 1795 age 55 wife Ada a 10 kids fr LA

1850 US Census Helena LA w W W Guynes b 1826 wife Elisabeth fr LA

1850 US Census Natchitoches LA w F Gowen b 1798 age 52 wife Paupon fr LA

1850 US Census Orleans LA w Bonaparte Goins b 1817 age 33 wife Georgina w 5 kids fr KY

1850 US Census Pointe Coupee LA w Asa M Gowen b 1832 age 18 fr MS

1850 US Census Rapides LA w Wiley W Goyne b 1799 age 51 wife Martha a 10 kids fr GA

1850 US Census Right Bank LA w James Goines b 1810 age 40 fr VA

1850 US Census Union LA w Hiram Goyne b 1799 age 51 wife Susan and 5 kids fr GA

1850 US Census Union LA w Hiram Goynes b 1826 age 24 fr GA

1850 US Census Union LA w W J Goyne b 1819 age 31 wife Jane a 4 kids fr AL

1851 Hiram D Goyne in Louisiana land grant

1854 Henry B T Goyne in Louisiana land grant

1856 May 7 D B Goyne listed as consignee of merchandise twice in Shreveport LA

1856 Sept 10 T B Goyne as consignee of steamboat in Shreveport LA

1856 Sept 10 T B Goyne as consignee of steamboat in Shreveport LA

1861 July 16 T B Goyne is commander of the Fleta for Red River in New Orleans LA newspaper

1867 Aug 21 attorney advertisement in Jefferson Texas w T B Goyne as reference in Shreveport LA paper

1868 May 13 T B Goyne in list of passengers in Shreveport paper

1868 Sept 30 T B Goyne as consignee of merch for steamboat in Shreveport LA paper

1869 Oct 6 T B Goyne and Co consignee of merch per steamer Julia A Rudolph in Shreveport LA

 

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