State – Texas

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms118.htm

TEXAS: GENERAL

The federal census of Texas in 1850 and 1860 revealed only 17 Gowen [and variations] families of interest to chroniclers. These two census reports, indexed in “Texas Census Record, 1850-1860” by C. R. Law Microfilm Service, Austin, Texas, released November 16, 1961, have been interspersed through the county sections in this volume.

The 1850 census of Texas showed a population of 212,592 people, composed of 154,100 whites, 58,161 slaves and 331 free colored. The 28,377 families lived in 27,988 dwellings.
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Republic and State of Texas Land Grants

Bounty Grants: Veterans of the Republic of Texas Army were given 320 acres of land for every three months of actual service.

Donation Grants: These grants were given to veterans for special service during the Texas Revolution. If a man had fought at any battle, such as the siege of Bexar, Goliad, or San Jacinto, he was eligible. Later, donations were also given to widows and surviving veterans.

Headrights: Headrights were given to the heads of families and single men who settled in the Republic of Texas.

First Class Headright Grants were given to any man who arrived in the Republic before March 2. 1836. Married men received one league (4,423.4 acres) and one labor (177.1 acres). Single men received on third of a league of land (1,476.1 acres).

Second Class Headright Grants were given to any man who arrived in the Republic after March 2, 1836 but before October 1, 1837. Married men received 1,280 acres and single men received 640 acres.

Third Class Headright Grants were given to those who arrived after October 1, 1837 but before January 1, 1840. Married men got 640 acres and single men got 320 acres.

Fourth Class Headright Grants were given to men who came to Texas after January 1, 1840, but before January 1, 1842. Married men got 640 acres and single men 320 acres.

Pre-Emption Grants: These were homestead or settlers claims in which individuals who actually lived on a tract of land of no more than 320 acres for at least three consecutive years from January 22, 1845, became the owners of that land. In 1854, the amount of land a person could homestead changed to 160 acres. Then in 1870, the amount allowed was changed again such that married men were allowed to homestead 160 acres and single men no more than 80 acres. The last pre-emption was approved mi 1899.

School Lands: School lands were sold to individuals beginning 1874 and the proceeds went into the common school fund.
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Early land grants in Texas were made to the following individuals:

Thomas Goin received 160 acres in Tyler County.

C. Goins received 160 acres in Tyler County.

H. M. Goins received a land grant of land in Panola and Rusk Counties, File No. 492.

John Goins received 160 acres in Armstrong County.

W. M. Goins received 80 acres of land in Wichita County.

C. Gowin, Tom Greene County, Texas, received 640 acres from the State Land Office March 18, 1852. He entered the state as part of the Fisher & Miller Colony in the German Emigration Company. His land was located on Antelope Creek 4 ½ miles [one source states 10 miles southwest of Fort Concho] southeast of Fort Concho. He died before February 14, 1855 and his estate was administered by Alexander Rossy of New Braunfels, Texas, who sold the section to Gust Dreiss for $63 on March 28, 1855, according to Tom Green County Deed Book C, page 175.

W. L. Gowen received 160 acres, located 12 miles northeast of Groveton, Texas in Trinity County on July 13, 1907. He sold his land on May 27, 1907 to C. M. Perkins. He also received a land grant in the Houston District, according to File No. 777.

Henry Gowens received 160 acres in San Jacinto County, Liberty District, File No. 111.

A. S. Goynes received 160 acres in Live Oak County, No. 368 in the San Patricio district.

E. C. Goyn received 160 acres in Lamar County, Lamar District File No. 181.
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Other pioneers in Texas include:

R. Gowing was included in the 1850 census of Guadalupe County, Texas as “age 29, born in South Carolina,” 1-15.

Included in the 1880 census of Texas were several families, including:

“Gowins, Samuel 63, born in TN
Martha 45, born in TN
Lucy 14, born in TX, daughter
Melissa 8, born in TX, daughter
Bailey, Rebecca 18, born in TX, step
daughter.”
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Francis Gowen was one of three McGowen brothers who came to Texas from the Isle of Mann and dropped the “Mc” upon their arrival, according to “Pioneers of Texas.”
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William W. Goynes was a private in Company D, First Texas Regiment in the Spanish-American War.
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Incomplete records in the Texas Bureau of Vital Statistics include several individuals of interest to Gowen chroniclers.

Lowe Goin was born in Tennessee March 21, 1895, according to BVS File 1316917.

William Charlie Goin was born in Oklahoma August 12, 1899, according to Texas BVS File 1129354.

Deborah Jean Goings died April 17, 1987 according to Texas death records.

Fannie Goings was born in Louisiana November 20, 1900, according to BVS File No. 1316662.

A. D. Goings, Jr., was the father of aan infant which died February 6, 1959, according to BVS File 9982.

Frances Myrtice Goins was born July 12, 1907 in Rapides Parish, Louisiana according to Texas BVS File 1117566.

J. E. Goyne was the father of an infant born April 26, 1916, according to BVS File 17408.

Dorothy Mae Goynes was born June 28, 1941 in Caddo Parish, Louisiana, according to Texas BVS File 1058794.
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Willie Goynes, Jr. was also born in Caddo Parrish, Louisiana December 16, 1939, according to Texas BVS File 1058799.
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The following residents of Texas were listed in “An Index of the Cherokee Applications.” These applications were filed between the years of 1908-1910 for funds granted to the Cherokees and their descendants who were alive as of May 28, 1906. Apparently the source of the funds was the federal government. Included were:

Goen, Levi Claim 28920 Collin Co.
Goen, Thomas Luther Claim 32251 Collin Co.
Goen, William Anderson Claim 33219 Collin Co.
Goen, William Roscoe Claim 32252 Collins Co.
Goins, Abraham Lincoln Claim 43066 Collins Co.
Goins, Andrew Jackson Claim 18930 Collins Co.
Goins, Arch Claim 20564 Collins Co.
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Isaac Goin and Levi Goin were veterans of the War of 1812, according to “War of 1812 Veterans in Texas” by Mary Smith Foy. Levi Goin was a justice of the peace in Claiborne County, Tennessee in 1855.
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Richard Gowing filed a Revolutionary War Claim with the Republic of Texas following the nation wresting independence from Mexico. The claim was audited by Smith & Sparks, Voucher No. 4298, Microfilm Reel No. 79, Frame No. 721, according to the file compiled by the Texas State Library & Archives.
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Pvt. William T. Goin served in Company D, Ninth Texas Cavalry Brigade during the Civil War, according to “Texas Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.”
It is unknown when he enlisted, when he was discharged or even if he survived the war. Half of the troops of the Ninth Brigade were casualties.

The Brigade was also known by the name of its most famous commander, Lawrence Sullivan “Sul” Ross. The brigade had seen action at the Battle of Pea Ridge or Battle of Elkhorn Ta-vern in March 1862. These regiments, recruited mainly from twenty-three central, northeastern, and north central counties, were veterans of campaigns in Indian Territory, Arkansas, and Missouri as well as in the Battle of Iuka and Battle of Corinth.

As part of Gen. Earl Van Dorn’s cavalry division, the remount-ed Texas Brigade raided the federal supply base at Holly Springs, Mississippi in December 1862, an action that halted Ulysses S. Grant’s land advance to Vicksburg. On March 5, 1863, the brigade, operating in Tennessee, captured a large Union reconnaissance force at Thompson’s Station. Later, it participated in the first Battle of Franklin on April 10, 1863.

The brigade returned to Mississippi and occupied a position generally on the periphery of action during the Vicksburg campaign. The Texans spent most of the next five months operating against Union troops in the Yazoo River valley before being ordered to Georgia.

During the ensuing Atlanta campaign, the Texans spent 112 days under fire and participated in eighty-six engagements. They began the general fighting, May 25-June 5 at New Hope Church near Dallas, Georgia, but attrition had so reduced their ranks that the Texas regiments were overrun by the superior forces of Edward M. McCook and Hugh Judson Kilpatrick later that summer. After the fall of Atlanta the Texans marched with John Bell Hood’s troops into Tennessee. Throughout the disastrous campaigns of November and December 1864, they served as vanguards and rear guards, raided Union supply trains, and battled federal cavalry. In the withdrawal from Nashville they were one of Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest’s two brigades covering the Confederate retreat.

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Dillard Gowan was listed in the 11th Texas Infantry Regiment in the Civil War, according to the Civil War military roster.

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S. C. Gowen was listed in the 21st Texas Infantry Regiment in the Civil War, according to the Civil War military roster.

ANDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS

J. M. Goanes of Anderson County received a deed from R. F. and J. C. Blacker March 10, 1854 for 320 acres of land in McLennan County, according to McLennan County Deed Book F, page 444. Consideration was $1,000.
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John W. Goens and Marie Goens, were married August 25, 1918 in Athens, Texas. Since they had no children, they adopted Elsie Ann Palmer in 1935, according to Smith County Texas Deed Book 1490, page 711.

John W. Goens received a deed from F. B. Kendrick June 11, 1946 to 29 acres of land located four miles southeast of Tyler, Texas, according to Smith County Deed Book 530, page 350. John W. Goens and Marie Goens gave a deed to G. L. Leath to 14 acres November 8, 1952, according to Smith County Deed Book 731, page 460.

John W. Goens, assistant county school superintendent and Marie Goens lived on Route 4, according to the 1952 and 1954 city directories of Tyler. John W. Goens and Marie Goens, “of Smith County,” gave a deed to William Ralph Palmer November 11, 1963 to eight acres of land, according to Smith County Deed Book 1098. page 356.

Marie Goens died May 24, 1972, and John W. Goens died April 29, 1974, according to Smith County Deed Book 1490, page 711.

One daughter was adopted by them:

Elsie Ann Palmer Goens born about 1931

Elsie Ann Palmer Goens was born about 1931 and adopted in 1935 by John W. Goens and Marie Goens. She was married to William Ralph Palmer May 11, 1951, according to Smith County Marriage Book 47, page 5071.
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Jack Duke Gowin died August 10, 1964 according to Anderson County death records.
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Willie L. Goynes died September 09, 1973 according to Anderson County death records.

ANDREWS COUNTY, TEXAS

Ernie Dale Goen was born December 31, 1957 in Andrews County, according to BVS File 224203.
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Miss Ava Lavonne Goin was married to Calvin Ray Bennett of Odessa, Texas June 28, 1968, according to Andrews County Marriage Book 4, page 177.
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Tyner Douglas Goines was born October 18, 1961 in Andrews County, according to BVS File 176460.
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Wilburn Douglas Goines was married December 19, 1960 to Mrs. Paula Lee Haile, according to Andrews County Marriage Book 2, page 413. Children born to Wilburn Douglas Goines and Paula Lee Haile Goines are unknown.
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Sharon Gaile Goings was born in Andrews County October 11, 1961, according to BVS File 176434.
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Hilton L. Goins, Eunice, New Mexico owned several thousand acres of Andrews County Land in 1972, according to Andrews County Tax Collector.
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Anna G. Gowin died January 31, 1984 according to Andrews County death records.
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James Lester Gowins, a roughneck who was born in Louisiana in 1933 and his wife, Bonnie Cecil Miner Gowins, who was born in North Carolina in 1947, were the parents of Deborah Pamela Gowins who was born July 17, 1955, ac­cording to Andrews County Birth Book 4, page 408. They were also the parents of Steven Mitchell Gowins who was born August 12, 1956 in Andrews County.
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Connie Jo Goyen, a waitress for the Red Barn Restaurant, lived at 200 S. W. Avenue E, according to the 1968 Andrews city directory.

ANGELINA COUNTY, TEXAS

Marshall Goen died in Angelina County January 30, 1938, according to BVS File 44.
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Marshall Goens, son of George Goens, born in Texas, and Gertie Sandstrum Goens, born in Texas, died January 30, 1938 in Angelina County according to BVS File 44. Cause of death was attributed to malnutrition. He died at the age of 6.
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Robert Goin was enumerated in the 1880 census of Angelina County in the household of William Windham, 28, a farmer. Robert Goin was a farm laborer born in Louisiana, age 17.
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Buron Goines was the father of an infant born March 10, 1942 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 22267.
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Franky T. R. Goines, son of R. F. Goins and Alma Sullars Goines, was born September 11, 1934 in Angelina County according to Angelina County Birth Book 4, page 111.
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Ricky L. Goines (27) married Sandra D. Eakin (19) on October 2, 1982 according to Angelina County marriage records.

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Velma Jean Goines died December 28, 1943 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 53209.
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A Going infant was born to P. T. Going and Elan Going September 23, 1904 in Angelina County, according to Angelina County Birth Book 1, page 67.
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Francis W. Going who was born in Virginia in 1827 was enumerated as the head of Household No. 607 in the 1860 census of Angelina County, page 15.
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P. T. Going was married to Mrs. Ellen Carroll January 28, 1904. Children born to P. T. Going and Ellen Carroll Going.
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A Goins infant was born to Joshua Goins and Eugena Goins January 9, 1909 in Angelina County, according to Angelina County Birth Book 1, page 69.
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Admiral Dewey Goins Jr. died December 15, 1998 according to Angelina County death records.
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Adrein D. Goins, Sr. died February 16, 1970 according to Angelina County death records.
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Annie Goins, daughter of C. C. Anderson, born in Denmark, and Frances Alexander, born in Florida, was born in Denmark in 1904. She died of a cardiac arrest in Angelina County June 19, 1951, according to BVS File 27423.

Peter Joshua Goins, son of A. Dewey Goins and Annie Anderson Goins, was born January 16, 1937 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 82 and Angelina County Birth Book 4, page 180.
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Barney Benjamin Goins, son of Thomas J. Goins, born in Texas, and Jennie Atkinson, born in Texas, was born April 1, 1900 according to Angelina County Birth Book 3, page 102. He was a veteran of World War I. He died July 26, 1956 in Angelina County of coronary disease, according to BVS File 3986. Barney Benjamin Goins was buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery.

Billie Jean Goins, daughter of Barney Benjamin Goins and Nettie Mae Anderson Goins was born June 9, 1933 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 41892 and Angelina County Birth Book 1, page 133.
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Benjamin Carol Goins was born in Angelina County May 17, 1942, according to BVS File 41848.
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Carla Deon Goins was born March 3, 1965 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 30813.
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David Carroll Goins was born February 29, 1964 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 34738.
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David Wayne Goins was born January 1, 1964 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 84.
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Elizabeth Goins died April 21, 1996 according to Angelina County death records.
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Freddie Marshall Goins was born in Angelina County De­cember 20, 1939, according to BVS File 1240144. He died March 2, 1957 in Tyler County, Texas, according to BVS records.
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Henry Nathaniel Goins died in Angelina County October 13, 1933, according to BVS File 43895.
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Henry Harold Goins, son of Richard Harold Goins and Mary Magdelane Mott Goins, was born August 23, 1941 according to BVS File 71016 and AngelinaCounty Birth Book 1, page 86.
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Herman Edward Goins was born in Angelina County June 14, 1938, according to BVS file 45142.
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James William Goins was born June 12, 1951 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 78964.
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Jerry Mack Goins was born in Angelina County April 1, 1947, according to BVS File 43951.
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Kimber Lynn Mae Goins was born in Angelina County July 11, 1964, according to BVS File 25411.
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Larry Neil Goins, son of Clyde O’Niel Goins and Beulah Hutson Goins. was born November 16, 1941 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 135561. “Larry N. Goins” a city policeman in Ft. Worth, Texas from 1964 through 1969, and his wife Judith Goins, lived at 1819 8th Avenue in 1965, according to the Ft. Worth City directory. They received a warranty deed from Housing & Urban Development August 25, 1966 to a lot in Greenbrier Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4271, page 492. They lived at 1304 Homestead Street from 1967 through 1971, according to the city directory. In 1971 Larry N. Goins was promoted to sergeant. In 1972 and 1973 they lived at 5520 Waits Avenue, Ft. Worth.
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Linda Kay Goins died November 23, 1987 according to Angelina County death records.
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Lou Waynette Goins was born July 29, 1944 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 59670.
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Oleta Ruth Goins was born February 29, 1936 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 8948.
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Patricia Goins was born in Angelina County January 27, 1933, according to BVS File 1240145, and on January 27, 1938, according to BVS File 100.
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Richard Harrol Goins was born in Angelina County Novem­ber 15, 1914, according to BVS File 828570.
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Robert Goins was listed in the 1880 Census of Angelina County as a member of the household of John Jackson Fairchild, and as a farm woker, age 24.
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Sara Frances Goins was born January 14, 1941 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 133001.
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Thomas J. Goins died February 2, 1970 according to Angelina County death records.
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Velma Jean Goins was born December 27, 1943 in Angelina County, according to BVS File 140569.
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Mrs. Emma Singleton Gooing gave a release of vendor’s lien to S. P. Cunningham December 8, 1913, according to Angelina County Deed Book 35, page 367.

Emma Singleton Gooing gave a gift deed to S. P. Cunningham for Lot 14, Block 9 for $1,500 November 29, 1911, according to Angelina County Deed Book 31, page 292.
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Robert Gowens was married to Louisa Jane Ashworth July 21, 1884 in Angelina County, according to the county’s marriage records.
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Mrs. Malinda Gowen was married to Johnnie Harris October 17, 1896 in Angelina County.
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Pamela Ann Goyens was born September 3, 1965, in Angelina County, according to BVS File 148624.
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Clyde Ray Guynes died November 30, 1991 according to Angelina County death records.

ARANSAS COUNTY, TEXAS

Scott D. Gowen (22) married Cynthia D. Wade (24) on April 1, 1980 according to Aransas County marriage records.

ARCHER COUNTY, TEXAS

Betty Louise Gowen was born March 5, 1938 in Archer County, according to BVS File 28890.
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Lena Gay Gowen was born in Archer County April 25, 1943, according to BVS File 38344.

ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS

Dovie Ozella Goin died February 18, 1964 according to Armstrong County death records.
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Joseph C. Goins who was born in Texas in 1854 was a freighter living at Wayside, Texas in 1889. He was married to Laura Shaw about 1886. Laura Shaw Goins was born in Georgia in 1865. Joseph C. Goins received a bond from G. L. Conner and wife to guarantee title to property in Canyon, Texas November 9, 1889, according to Randall County Deed Book 3, page 135.

Joseph C. Goins and Laura Shaw Goins gave a quit claim deed to the property April 29, 1890 to J. R. Skidmore, ac­cording to Randall County Deed Book 1-2, page 603. Con­sideration was $20.

Children born to them include:

Lela Mae Goins born April 29, 1889

Lela Mae Goins, daughter of Joseph C. Goins and Laura Shaw Goins, was born April 29, 1889 at Wayside, according to Armstrong County Probate Birth Book 7, page 441. Mrs. May Willis, Bowie, Texas was the affiant on the certificate dated April 27, 1945.

ATASCOSA COUNTY, TEXAS

Elizabeth Goings was enumerated in 1880 in Atascosa County, Enumeration District 5, page 12, Precinct 3 as the head of a household:

“Goings, Elizabeth 19, born in Texas
Rannel 2, born in Texas”
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Albert Goins was born in Atascosa County August 11, 1944, according to BVS File 86937.
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Amanda Goins was born in Atascosa County July, 11, 1960, according to BVS File 132180.
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Anthony Rayborn Goins was born in Atascosa County November 21, 1963, according to BVS File 213389.
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Bart Wayne Goins was born in Atascosa County April 11, 1962, according to BVS File 55154. He married Laura L. Harper (24) on August 20, 1984 according to Atascosa County marriage records.
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Claude Goins was born in Atascosa County October 15, 1941, according to BVS File 94359.
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Claude Wayne Goins died in Atascosa County July 16, 1959, according to BVS File 36099.
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Collin Goins died in Atascosa County August 13, 1944, ac­cording to BVS File 36315.
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David Ray Goins was born in Atascosa County April 17, 1957, according to BVS File 55884.
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Deborah K. Goins died September 26, 1993 according to Atascosa County death records.
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Delaney Goins died in Atascosa County February 8, 1934, according to BVS File 5444.
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Della Goins was born in Atascosa County May 10, 1957, ac­cording to BVS File 74168.
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Dolores Goins was born in Atascosa County December 4, 1948, according to BVS File 148995.
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Emily Goins was born about 1841 in Atascosa County. She was married August 9, 1860 to William G. Nevills in Atascosa County according to Marriage Book 1, ML 70. She also died in Texas. Nothing more is known of William G. Nevills and Emily Goins Nevills.
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Floyd Goins was born in Atascosa County April 14, 1949, ac­cording to BVS File 44639.
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Helen Goins was born in Atascosa County December 5, 1946, according to BVS File 156405.
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J. C. Goins, Jr. was born in Atascosa County January 8, 1943, according to BVS File 141.
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Jeffery A. Goins (19) married Patricia F. Showers (18) on September 29, 1984 according to Atascosa County marriage records.

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Jeremiah Goins, Jr. was born about 1845 in Texas. He was married to Sarah Alice Smith September 4, 1874 in Atascosa County, according to County Marriage Book volume 2, page 139. He died in Texas. Nothing more is known of Jeremiah Goins, Jr. and Sarah Alice Smith Goins.
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Joe Collins Goins died May 14, 1966 according to Atascosa County death records.
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Jeffery Allan Goins was born June 10, 1965 in Atascosa County, according to BVS File 80761.
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Joe Albert Goins died in Atascosa County August 7, 1951, according to BVS File 38959.
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Joe Richard Goins was born in Atascosa County November 7, 1942, according to BVS File 111588.
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John Henry Goins was born in Pleasanton, Atascosa County in 1867. He was married September 3, 1886 to Frances Co­quella Shaw who was born in 1872 in Atlanta, Georgia, ac­cording to Wilbarger County, Texas Marriage Book 1, page 33. In 1982 John Henry Goins was a rancher in Randall County, Texas. He operated 640 acres on which he had received a patent from the State of Texas July 16, 1892. On September 2, 1892 he gave a quit claim deed to the property to John W. Hardy, for $250, according to Randall County Deed Book 4, page 335.

It is possible that John Henry Goins and Frances Coquella Shaw Goins removed to Oklahoma after that time. Dr. James A. Goins, Rt. 2, Blanchard, Oklahoma and Ellen Welliver, who lived in Canadian County, Oklahoma in 1957 are believed to be descendants of John Henry Goins.

Children known to have been born to John Henry Goins and Frances Coquella Shaw Goins include:

Dorothy Mae Goins born September 6, 1892

Dorothy Mae Goins, daughter of John Henry Goins and Frances Coquella Shaw Goins, was born September 6, 1892 near Canyon, Texas, according to Randall County Probate Birth Book 3, page 278. The birth certificate states that she was the tenth child and that eight were still living. Dr. James A. Goins, Rt. 2, Blanchard, Oklahoma and Ellen Welliver, Canadian County, Oklahoma, attested to the birth certificate.
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Joseph Allan Goins was born in Atascosa County February 16, 1933, according to BVS File 9284.
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Kathryn Goins was born in Atascosa County December 10, 1958, according to BVS File 219588.
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Manuel Lee Goins was born in Atascosa County December 7, 1938, according to BVS File 104515.
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Mary Elizabeth Goins was born December 15, 1848 in Texas. She was married to William Carl Southward September 18, 1867 in Atascosa County, according to Atascosa County Marriage Book 1, page 193. Nothing more is known of William Carl Southward and Mary Elizabeth Goins Southward.
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Mary Lou Goins was born in Atascosa County October 21, 1946, according to BVS File 118434.
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Racheal Goins was born in Atascosa County December 28, 1965, according to BVS File 211525.
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Robert Goins was born in Atascosa County August 28, 1956, according to BVS File 131068.
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Robbie Lee Goins was born in Atascosa County September 26, 1960, according to BVS File 178218.
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Sara Goins received 66 acres in a land grant from the State of Texas. The land was located in Atascosa County.
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Seaburn Buchanan Goins was born in Atascosa County April 28, 1896, according to BVS File 627811. He was married about 1918, wife’s name, Bessie Irene.

On December 16, 1921 Seaburn Buchanan Goins and Bessie Irene Goins gave a deed to J. E. Blythe to a lot in Barnes Addition, Lampasas, Texas, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 32, page 566. On January 3, 1924 they gave a deed to A. J. Chambers to a lot in Barnes Addition. Consid­eration was $725, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 47, page 403.

Bessie Irene Goins and an infant died April 13, 1928 in child­birth in Lampasas County, according to BVS File 17677.

Seaburn Buchanan Goins was married to Lovie Gober Bur­well January 28, 1935, according to Lampasas County Mar­riage Book L, page 206. Her previous husband was Halbert Burwell. Lovie Gober was born in Texas February 19, 1880, the daughter of J. L. Gober and Littie Melvinia Gober, his second wife. Littie Melvinia Gober died about 1885 and J. L. Gober died at Coleman, Texas October 25, 1922.

Seaburn Buchanan Goins received a warranty deed from Mrs. Julia Blythe, a femme sole, May 1, 1940 to a lot in Lam­pasas Springs Addition, Lampasas, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 68, page 120. Consideration was $75.

Seaburn Buchanan Goins and Lovie Gober Burwell Goins gave power of attorney to Elijah W. Gober, believed to be her brother, May 6, 1942, according to Coleman County Deed Book 241, page 20. On September 12, 1942 Lovie Gober Burwell Goins joined the other heirs of J. L. Gober in giving a deed to J. L. P. Baker to 341.6 acres of land in the Byrum Survey near Santa Anna, Texas, according to Coleman County Deed Book 241, page 285.

On March 3, 1944 Seaburn Buchanan Goins and Lovie Gober Burwell Goins gave a warranty deed to Quentin B. Biggs to 160 acres, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 76, page 487. Seaburn Buchanan Goins gave a war­ranty deed to Sam D. Moore March 28, 1944 to lots in Lam­pasas Springs Addition for $1,700, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 78, page 350.

Lovie Gober Burwell Goins died of carcinoma of the ovary October 23, 1944, according to Lampasas County Death Book 5, page 245. At the time of her death she was an em­ployee of Goins Tailor Shop. She was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas.

On October 25, 1944 Seaburn Buchanan Goins made a trans­fer of property to Mrs. Emma J. Cauthen, according to Lam­pasas County Deed book 78, page 155. On May 2, 1945 Seaburn B. Goins gave a warranty deed confirmation to R. S. Dunigan et al, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 80, page 282.

Seaburn Buchanan Goins, “a single man,” gave a warranty deed to Edward Parsons April 3, 1945 for $1,100, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 80, pages 31 and 32. Seaburn Buchanan Goins, “a single man,” gave a warranty to Dunigan & Smith June 14, 1945 for $2,500, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 79, page 397.

On July 8, 1945 Seaburn Buchanan Goins was married to Mrs. Nora E. Lamb at Lampasas, according to Lampasas County Marriage Book N, page 237.

Seaburn Buchanan Goins gave a transfer of property to Mrs. J. J. Byrne August 8, 1945, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 80, page 32 and 33. Seaburn Buchanan Goins re­ceived a warranty deed from Clifton Lee April 9, 1947, ac­cording to Lampasas County Deed Book 84, page 493.

Seaburn Buchanan Goins and Nora E. Lamb Goins gave a warranty deed to Clifton Lee April 9, 1947, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 84, page 492.

They gave a warranty deed to Pat Malone February 5, 1948 for $9,479, according to Lampasas County Deed Book 86, page 500. In exchange they received a deed from Malone to lots in Llano Improvement & Furnace Addition, Llano, Texas, according to Llano County Deed Book 77, page 179.

Seaburn Buchanan Goins of 805 West Young Street, Llano, Texas died from a cerebral hemorrhage resulting from an automobile accident February 14, 1950, according to Llano County death records. He, 53, was a hatter by profession. He was buried in Llano Cemetery.

He left a $3,000 estate to Nora E. Lamb Goins, according to Llano County Probate Book 14, pages 332 and 336. A step-son, Richard R. Shipp, son of Nora E. Lamb Goins, was named alternate executor.

Nora E. Lamb Goins received a release from T. J. Moore on the Llano Improvement & Furnace Addition Property Au­gust 3, 1950, according to Llano County Deed Book 79, page 616. She sold the property to Vance Walton for $4,000 in August 1950, according to Llano County Deed Book 79, page 617.

On April 6, 1951 she gave a deed to Bennie Polk to lots in Llano for $2,900, according to Llano County Deed Book 80, page 417. The transaction was acknowledged in McLennan County, Texas. She received a release on the property from Mrs. Louise Moore April 11, 1951, according to Llano County Deed Book, page 415.
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Thomas Leroy Goins was born in Atascosa County Septem­ber 10, 1941, according to BVS File 83304.
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Thomas Raymond Goins was born in Atascosa County May 2, 1944, according to BVS File 49014.

AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS

Andrew Goings, Jr. was born in Austin County, February 8, 1903, according to BVS File 1155072.
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Fannie Goings died in Austin County in 1905.
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A. M. Goins and his wife, Martha E. Goins, were the parents of Margaret Elizabeth Goins, who was born in Austin County October 29, 1875.
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An M. Goins was enumerated in the 1880 census of Austin County, Justice Precinct 7, Volume 1, Sheet 10, Enumeration District 3, Line 26 as follows:

Goins, M. Husband, 29 born in NC
Callie C. Wife, 20 born in AL
Maggie Daughter[?], 4 born in TX
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Mary Goins was enumerated in the 1880 census of Austin County Justice Precinct 7, volume 1, sheet 31, Enumeration District 3, line 21:

Goins, Mary white female, born in TX

She was enumerated with Burns, who adopted her.
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Sue Ethel Goins was born in Austin County September 21, 1890, according to BVS File 1232334.
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Walter Goins was born in Austin County June 10, 1886, ac­cording to BVS File 1100389.
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John Gowen was a resident of Austin County in 1905.
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Michael Royce Goynes was born in Austin County April 20, 1948, according to BVS records.

BAILEY COUNTY, TEXAS

David Wayne Gowing died September 14, 1993 according to Bailey County death records.
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Robert L. Gowing (43) married Beverly J. Radford (22) on December 5, 1983 according to Bailey County marriage records.
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Nelda Faye Goyne was married to Fred Alvin Smith in Muleshoe, Texas February 6, 1938, according to Bailey County Marriage Book 2, page 163.

BANDERA COUNTY, TEXAS

Bray G. Goins died May 3, 1903 in Bandera County, accord­ing to BVS File 523.

BASTROP COUNTY, TEXAS

Raymond William Going died February 13, 1988 according to Bastrop County death records.
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May Nell Goins died in Bastrop County May 14, 1947, ac­cording to BVS File 19404.
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Vyrice Goins, son of Robert Earl Goins and Ruth Lee Isaacs Goins, was born October 22, 1981, according to Bastrop County Birth Book 54, page 170.
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Frances Cornelius Gowans was married August 16, 1946 to Olen Alexander, according to Bastrop County Marriage Book S, page 553.
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J. C. Gowin was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Bastrop County, Enumeration District 16, page 26, Precinct 1:

“Gowin, J. C. 24, born in MS
Annie 17, born in TX
Robert 2, born in TX
Gowin, Missouri 16, born in MS, sister
Bigley, Morris 22, born in MS, cousin[?]”
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George Kent Gowin, Jr. was born about 1930 in Oklahoma. He was married about 1954 to Paula Nelwyn Sheppard. They were parents of Richard Kent Gowin who was born about 1959, according to Bastrop County Birth Book 45, page 321.
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Bobbie Goyen was married September 1, 1895 to R. B. Harrison, and Lola Goyen was married August 6, 1899 to A. C. Harrison, according to Bastrop County marriage records.
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Susie Goyne was married June 23, 1897 to Thomas Carter, according to Bastrop County marriage records.
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Ben Goyne was the father of an infant born September 2, 1904 in Bastrop County, according to BVS File 2388.
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George E. Goyne, son of E. H. Goyne and Teddie Dildy Goyne, both natives of Tennessee, was born in Arkansas December 30, 1876. He was married about 1900, wife’s name believed to be Lillian. It is assumed that they were living in Bastrop County in 1905. It is believed that they were living in Stamford, Texas in 1911.

George E. Goyne received a deed to a cemetery lot, from Bethel Cemetery Association November 16, 1923, according to Jones County Deed Book 125, page 50.

George E. Goyne and his wife, Lillian Goyne, were living at 1074 Locust Street, Abilene, Texas in 1929, according to the city directory. “G. Goyne” farmed in Jones County, Texas and had a 30 year residence near Stamford. He died of “natural causes” at age 65 in 1941 and was buried at Funston, Texas.

It is believed that children born to George E. Goyne and Lil­lian Goyne include:

Otho Lee Goyne born October 21, 1905

Otho Lee Goyne, son of George E. Goyne and Lillian Goyne, was born October 21, 1905 in Bastrop County, according to BVS File 402594. He was married about 1925 to Pearl Edington, who was born in 1908. In 1926 Otho Lee Goyne and Pearl Edington Goyne were living in Stamford where he was employed as a laborer for a produce company. He was a resident of Abilene in 1929, living at 1074 Locust Street, the address of George E. Goyne and Lillian Goyne, according to the city directory.

In 1934-35 Otho Lee Goyne and his wife, Pearl Edington Goyne, lived at 941 Beech Street in Abilene. He was listed as a truck driver. In 1942 he was listed as a driver for Wooten Grocery Company and lived at 742 Chestnut Street.

He enlisted in the U. S. Army October 21, 1942 at Abilene and was discharged as a private January 27, 1945 and re­turned to his home at 774 Elm Street in Abilene, according to Taylor County Discharge Book 2, page 72.

In the 1946 edition of the Abilene city directory he was listed as a driver for Waples-Platter Company, continuing to live at 774 Elm. In 1948 and 1953 he was a driver for Jeffries Transfer Company. He lived at 618 Elm in 1948 and 744 Elm in 1953. In 1955 he was a driver for Wheat & Sons. He and Pearl Edington Goyne lived at 1701 Pine.

Children born to Otho Lee Goyne and Pearl Edington Goyne include:

William Kenneth Goyne born December 11, 1926

William Kenneth Goyne, son of Otho Lee Goyne and Pearl Edington Goyne, was born December 11, 1926 at Stamford, according to Jones County Birth Book 7, page 535. He “advanced” his birthdate to October 11, 1926 so that he could enlist in the U. S. Marine Corps at El Paso, Texas October 28, 1943. He was discharged at San Diego, California May 16, 1946, according to Taylor County Discharge Book 8, pages 481 and 483 and Book 12, page 13. He served in the Pacific area from August 31, 1944 to May 9, 1946. He saw combat at Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands and was in the forces that occupied Japan after the surrender.

He made a second enlistment on August 16, 1950 in the U.S. Navy. He lived at 210 Clyde Street, Abilene at that time and enlisted at Dallas, Texas. He served on the USS Brown, DD 546. His civilian occupation was listed as blueprinter and photostater. He was discharged June 11, 1951 at Mare Island, Vallejo, California.

William Kenneth Goyne was married to Delores Faye Merrill August 15, 1950, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 25, page 76. In 1951 he was shown in the Abilene city directory as a driver for Jeffries Transport, living at 210 Clyde with Pearl Goynes.

William Kenneth Goyne and Delores Faye Merrill Goyne appeared in 1956 and 1957 in the city directory of Odessa, Texas. In 1956 he was a salesman for Graver Tank Company living at 3211 North Walnut. In 1957 he was a salesman for Hinds Service Station living at 923 East 16th Street.

William Kenneth Goyne and Delores Faye Merrill Goyne received a deed to a lot in Abilene from Ernest H. Briggs February 24, 1958, according to Taylor County Deed Book 559, page 101.
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Kate Goyne was born in Arkansas in 1860, according to her 1900 census enumeration in Bastrop County, Enumeration District 8, page 22, precinct 4. She was living with her nephew, R. B. Harrison.
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Lorene Goyne was born in Bastrop County March 16, 1908, according to BVS File 1089677. Lorene Goyne was married to Fred Ownby December 21, 1927 at Anson, Texas, according to Jones County Marriage Book 7, page 325.
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Robert Goyne, negro, was born in Texas in August 1880, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Bastrop County, Enumeration District 8, page 7, precinct 4. He was living with Dock Carter, his step-father.
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William Benjamin Goyne was born in December 1877, ac­cording to his 1900 census enumeration. He appeared in Bastrop County, Enumeration District 8, page 12, Precinct 4, living in a boarding house. He was married March 14, 1901 to Eddie Moore, according to Bastrop County Marriage Book H, page 46.

William Benjamin Goyne and his wife, Eddie Moore Goyne were residents of Elgin, Texas in 1901. On March 18 of that year they gave a deed to Arthur Moore to lots in Austin, Texas for a payment of $8, according to Travis County Deed Book 160, page 306. This property had belonged to Eddie Moore Goyne prior to her marriage.

William Benjamin Goyne and Eddie Moore Goyne were the parents of an infant born in Bastrop County March 14, 1903, according to BVS File 2064. They were also parents of an in­fant born in Bastrop County September 2, 1904, according to BVS File 2388.

William Benjamin Goyne was a railway postal clerk on trains between Ft. Worth and Houston, according to the 1905-06 city directory of Ft. Worth and the 1905-06 city directory of Houston. He maintained his home at 542 Samuels in Ft. Worth with four other members of his family. He also roomed at 1718 Texas Avenue, Houston, according to the Houston city directory.

In 1909 he continued as a railway postal clerk and lived at 1210 Hackberry, Austin, with four other members of his family, according to the Austin city directory. He continued with the railway postal service and lived at 315 West 39th Street, Austin, in 1910.

William Benjamin Goyne and Eddie Moore Goyne received a deed from T. H. Williams to lots in Austin March 11, 1910, according to Travis County Deed Book 239, page 269.

On March 10, 1910 William Benjamin Goyne and Eddie Moore Goyne entered into a contract with John B. Head­speth for the construction of a residence on the lot at the price of $1,868 in gold”, according to Travis County Deed Book 237, page 134. On February 24, 1912 they gave a deed to the residence to W. H. Emert for $3,000, according to Travis County Deed Book 251, page 284.

On April 10, 1912 William Benjamin Goyne and Eddie Moore Goyne, “of Bastrop County,” gave a transfer of their interest in the Hyde Park property to E. J. Hofheinz, ac­cording to Travis County Deed Book 278, page 564. In the 1914 edition of the Austin city directory William Benjamin Goyne was listed as a clerk living at 4100 Avenue G, Hyde Park.

William Benjamin Goyne was listed in the 1916 city directory of Waco as a clerk for Clifton Manufacturing Company, liv­ing at 200 Dallas in East Waco. In the 1917-18 edition of the Waco directory he appeared as the sales manager of Clifton Manufacturing Company. He and Eddie Moore Goyne lived at 928 North 22nd Street.

William Benjamin Goyne of Kilgore, Texas received a deed from Federal Land Bank to 110 acres of Kaufman County land November 13, 1934, according to Kaufman County Deed Book 239, page 519. Consideration was $1,000. On July 5, 1945 he sold the land to C. V. Rogers and wife of Kaufman County for $1,200, according to Kaufman County Deed Book 294, page 322.

William Benjamin Goyne died September 27, 1956 in Gregg County, Texas, according to BVS File 53310.
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Velma Goynes was married August 6, 1905 to J. B. Brundige, according to Bastrop County Marriage Book I, page 17.
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Marie L. Guynes died June 08, 1975 according to Bastrop County death records.

BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS

E. R. Goin was born in May 1880 in Pennsylvania, according to her enumeration in the 1900 census of Baylor County, Enumeration District 7, page 10. She was a boarder with S. B. Farris.
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J. C. Gowan was married to Mrs. Emma Smith Lee Novem­ber 8, 1920, according to Baylor County Marriage Book 4, page 292. Of J. C. Gowan and Mrs. Emma Smith Lee Gowan nothing more is known.

BEE COUNTY, TEXAS

Alice Mae Goynes died August 28, 1956 in Bee County, ac­cording to BVS File 39934.
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Betty Lou Goynes was born May 20, 1951, according to BVS File 79171 and BVS File 27506.
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Augustus Norman Goynes was born in Bee County August 20, 1942, according to BVS File 71271. He died there De­cember 10, 1960, according to BVS File 83301.

Bridget Miliss Goynes was born July 18, 1957 in Bee County, according to BVS File 133964.
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Elizabeth Elaine Goynes was born in Bee County February 13, 1959, according to BVS File 56696.
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Joseph A. Goynes died June 16, 1976 according to Bee County death records.
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Katheryn Jean Goynes was born in Bee County May 25, 1955, according to BVS File 194156.
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Martha Ernestine Goynes was born in Bee County Septem­ber 16, 1947, according to BVS File 108645.
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Michael Wade Goynes was born in Bee County April 27, 1963, according to BVS File 71882.
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Rebecca Dian Goynes was born in Bee County May 17, 1954, according to BVS File 64680.
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Rebecca Marie Goynes was born in Bee County July 26, 1951, according to BVS File 134286.
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Rose Goynes died January 19, 1975 according to Bee County death records.
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Sandra Kay Goynes was born in Bee County September 16, 1947, according to BVS File 123822.
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Shirley Kay Goynes died November 01, 1979 according to Bee County death records.
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Stephen William Goynes was born in Bee County August 18, 1960, according to BVS File 71882.
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William Dale Goynes, son of Norman Goynes was born at Beeville January 20, 1940, according to BVS File 270. In 1969 he was listed as a freshman at Texas Tech University. He showed his permanent address %Mrs. Norman Goynes, 1512 East Corpus Christi, Beeville, Texas.

BELL COUNTY, TEXAS

Vernon William Goains died April 29, 1986 according to Bell County death records.
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David Goen was enumerated in the 1880 census of Bell County, Texas according to Volume 2, Sheet 12, Enumeration District 6, Line 39, Precinct 6, as follows:

Goen, David N. husband, 36, born in IN
Rebecca wife, 24, born in TX
Ulysses son, 3, born in TX
Otho S.P. son, 1, born in TX
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Rufus King Goen was born in Indiana in 1850. On October 14, 1882 “R. K. Goen,” believed to be Rufus King Goen of Bell County and E. S. S. Goen, thought to be Ed­mond S. Goen, possibly a relative of Rufus King Goen purchased an undivided half interest in 640 acres of land on Cowhouse Creek in Hamilton County, Texas, according to Hamilton County Deed Book L, page 255. E. S. S. Goen was also from Bell County. They received a deed to the property from J. A. Weddell of Bell County for $480.

Rufus King Goen joined by E. S. S. Goen and his wife, S. J. Goen, all of Hamilton County, gave a deed to the property located 10 miles southwest of Hamilton to A. and J. C. K. Hogg July 14, 1883 for $600, according to Hamilton County Deed Book L, page 598.

The Goen men were involved in another real estate transac­tion March 29, 1884, according to Hamilton County Deed Book Y, page 306. They sold 160 acres located on Partridge Creek to J. A. Robertson on that date for $810, according to Hamilton County Deed Book Q, page 11. J. A. Robertson filed a vendor’s release with the Hamilton County Clerk October 19, 1889 in which he stated that the residence of “E. S. Goen is now unknown.”

Rufus King Goen was married to Miss Jennie V. Pickett Au­gust 15, 1884, according to Wilbarger County, Texas Mar­riage Book 1, page 12. Another report states that Rufus King Goen was married to Virginia Louise Pickett who was born in 1870 in Louisiana.

According to the 1892-93 city directory of Waco, Texas Ru­fus King Goen was a laborer there, living at 718 Dutton Street. Rufus King Goen was a farmer in Erath County, Texas in 1902.

Rufus King Goen was married to Annie Mae Heath in 1918 in Childress County, Texas according to Childress County Marriage Book 5, page 43. The couple continued to live there until 1922.

Rufus King Goen, at age 90, was living in Los Angeles, Cali­fornia on October 31, 1942. It is believed that he was living with Stella Mae Freeman who is thought to be his daughter.

Children born to Rufus King Goen and Virginia Louise Pick­ett Goen include:

Carl Pickett Goen born November 1, 1891
Alice Day Goen born October 2, 1902

Carl Pickett Goen, son of Rufus King Goen and Virginia Louise Pickett Goen, was born November 1, 1891 in Bell County, according to BVS File 397154.

In 1916 Carl Pickett Goen was a partner in Sandlin & Goen Tailoring Company in Wichita Falls, Texas, according to the city directory. He roomed at 904 Austin Street.

Alice Day Goen, daughter of Rufus King Goen and Virginia Louise Pickett Goen, was born October 2, 1902 at Stephenville, Texas, according to Erath County Birth Book 13, page 541. This information was supplied in 1942 by Stella Mae Freeman, Los Angeles, in an affidavit to the Erath County Clerk.

Children born to Rufus King Goen and Anna Mae Heath Goen include:

[infant] born June 2, 1919
Lucy Maurice Goen born August 20, 1920
Billie Carl Goen born February 11, 1922

An infant was born to them June 2, 1919, according to Chil­dress County Birth Book 3, page 12.

Lucy Maurice Goen, daughter of Rufus King Goen and Anna May Heath Goen, was born at Childress June 2, 1919, according to Childress County Birth Book 3, page 19.

Billie Carl Goen, son of Rufus King Goen and Anna Heath Goen, was born February 11, 1922 at Childress, according to Childress County Birth Book 3, page 32.
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William Fredrick Goen (26) married Ruby Lynn Lane (21) on July 18, 1966 according to Bell County marriage records.
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Grover C. Goens was the father of an infant born in Bell County December 12, 1925, according to BVS File 82506.
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Donna Lynn Goin was born in Bell County June 18, 1964, ac­cording to BVS File 105911.
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James L. Goin died in Bell County April 11, 1961, according to BVS File No. 10943.
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Joan Gail Goings was born in Bell County July 3, 1965, ac­cording to BVS File 96761.
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Sharon Sue Goings was born June 8, 1952 in Bell County, ac­cording to BVS File 80721.
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Charles Avery Goins died August 08, 1985 according to Bell County death records.
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Clyde O’Neal Goins was born in Bell County about 1897, according to BVS File 113499. He was married about 1920 to Beulah Dean Hutson who was born about 1903. In 1923 he was a farmer living in Nacogdoches County, Texas. He died in Angelina County June 28, 1951, according to BVS File 55124.

Children born to Clyde O’Neal Goins and Beulah Dean Hutson Goins include:

Joyce Anita Goins born January 14, 1923
Jack Allen Goins born September 12, 1931

Clyde O’Neal Goins and his wife, Beulah Dean Hutson Goins, were the parents of Joyce Anita Goins who was born January 14, 1923, according to Nacogdoches County Birth Book 4, page 90.

Clyde O’Neal Goins, 34 and his wife Beulah Dean Hutson Goins, 28 were the parents of Jack Allen Goins born September 12, 1931 in Nacogdoches County, according to BVS File 113499.
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Gary W. Goins (20) married Susan K. Dragoo (21) on July 24, 1982 according to Bell County marriage records.
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Gregory Allen Goins was born in Bell County May 19, 1961, according to BVS File 74320.
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James Eugene Goins died in Bell County January 30, 1950, according to BVS File No. 173.
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Lisa Goins died March 31, 1968 according to Bell County death records.
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T. J. Goins was born in Tennessee about 1839 of parents unknown, according to Raymond E. Ryan, a descendant of Diboll, Texas. T. J. Goins is believed to have served in a Tennessee Confederate infantry regiment during the Civil War. Raymond E. Ryan wrote October 15, 1996 that T. J. Goins was married about 1867 to Rachel Matilda Cox who was born in Arkansas about 1847.

Children born to T. J. Goins and Rachel Matilda Cox Goins include:

Thomas Joshua Goins born September 6, 1869
Matilda “Tilda” Goins born about 1871
George Goins born about 1873
James David Goins born about 1875
Columbus Goins born about 1878
Elizabeth “Betty” Goins born about 1881
Callie Goins born about 1883
William Goins born about 1886

Thomas Joshua Goins, son of T. J. Goins and Rachel Matilda Cox Goins, was born September 6, 1869 in Texas, county unknown. He was married in 1886 to Eugenia Wilma Atkinson who was born about 1869 to Judson Atkinson and Maggie Atkinson. In 1898 they lived in Belton, Texas where a son was born. Eugenia Wilma Atkinson Goins died in Texas July 3, 1916, and Thomas Joshua Goins died December 7, 1917 in Dallas, Texas.

Children born to them include:

Clyde Goins born about 1886
Barney Goins born about 1887
Thomas J. Goins born about 1889
Gertrude Goins born about 1891
Lois Goins born about 1894
Admiral Dewey Goins born May 23, 1898

Admiral Dewey Goins, son of Thomas Joshua Goings and Eugenia Wilma Atkinson Goins, was born May 23, 1898 at Belton. He was married April 9, 1922 to Annie Anderson who was born October 2, 1904 in Jasper, Texas to C. C. Anderson, a native of Denmark and Sarah Frances Alexander Anderson who was born January 18, 1875 in Florida. In 1925 and in 1928 they were living in Harris County, Texas when two of their children were born. Annie Anderson Goins died June 19, 1951 in Lufkin, Texas. Admiral Dewey Goins died February 16, 1970 in Lufkin, Texas.

Children born to Admiral Dewey Goins and Annie Anderson Goins include:

Frances Ann Elizabeth Goins born August 22, 1925
Admiral Dewey Goins, Jr. born September 15, 1928

Frances Ann Elizabeth Goins, daughter of Admiral Dewey Goins and Annie Anderson Goins, was born August 22, 1925 in Harris County, Texas. She was married January 12, 1946 to Cecil Charles Ryan who was born in Goodrich, Texas November 25, 1910 to William Charles Ryan and Sarah Jane Weeks Ryan. Cecil Charles Ryan died in Diboll May 13, 1993. His wife died August 28, 1994 in Lufkin, Texas.

Children born to Cecil Charles Ryan and Frances Ann Elizabeth Goins Ryan include:

Raymond Edward Ryan born July 11, 1948

Raymond Edward Ryan, son of Cecil Charles Ryan and Frances Ann Elizabeth Goins Ryan, was born July 11, 1948 in Lufkin. In 1996, he a member of the Foundation, lived in Diboll where he was active in the research of his family’s history.

Admiral Dewey Goins, Jr, son of Admiral Dewey Goins and Annie Anderson Goins, was born in Harris County, September 15, 1928, according to BVS File 73090.

An infant, white male and son of Admiral Dewey Goins, Jr. and Peggey Jo Willis Goins, was born and died on February 6, 1959 due to prematurity according to Angelina County Death Book 4, page 9. He was buried in Berry Cemetery.
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Courtney Leanne Gowan died August 16, 1992 according to Bell County death records.
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Eugene Gowan Jr. died June 10, 1989 according to Bell County death records.
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Jimmy Dwayne Gowan died June 13, 1966 according to Bell County death records.
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Louis W. Gowan died April 03, 1976 according to Bell County death records.
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Steve Gowan died March 16, 1970 according to Bell County death records.
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Violet Gowan was married September 14, 1865 to Patrick Sargeant, according to Bell County Marriage Book D, page 125.
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Charlie Gowen and Laura Gowen, Negroes, were parents of a son born December 5, 1905 in Belton, Texas, according to Bell County Birth Book 1, page 91.
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James E. Gowen died September 6, 1983 according to Bell County death records.
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Michael E. Gowen was married in 1970 to Maria Victoria Scheel, according to Bell County Marriage Book 50, page 191. Children born to Michael E. Gowen and Maria Victoria Scheel Gowen are unknown.
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Penny Kaye Gowen was married in 1970 to Paul David McKinney, according to Bell County Marriage Book 50, page 862.
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Barbara Ann Gowens was born June 13, 1948 in Bell County, according to BVS 231760.
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Danny G. Gowin died July 01, 1977 according to Bell County death records.
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James Lee Gowin was born in Bell County September 13, 1956, according to BVS File 154600.
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Colleen F. Gowing was married in 1950 to James Wayne Houtz, according to Bell County Marriage Book 39, page 98.
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Glenda June Goyins was born in Bell County September 24, 1956, according to BVS File No. 154682.
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Mamie A. Guynes died December 17, 1978 according to Bell County death records.
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James J. McGowan died May 14, 1981 according to Bell County death records.

BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS

Goen Vandyke White died March 17, 1996 according to Bexar County death records.
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Barbara Lee Goin died August 27, 1988 according to Bexar County death records.
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Otha D. Goin Jr. (54) married Marthat Cowgill (45) on October 12, 1984 according to Bowie County marriage records.
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Robert Wayne Goin was born in Bexar County September 12, 1948, according to BVS File 104425.
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Helen Jo Ann Goines was born in Bexar County July 6, 1947, according to BVS File 80519.
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Helen Marie Goines, negro, was married to Ennis Freeman, Jr. February 15, 1947, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 152, page 265.
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Jessie Goines, negro, was born in 1910. In 1947 he lived at 219 N. Sevins Street, San Antonio. He was married Septem­ber 30, 1947 to Alma M. Wash, 26, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 100, page 323. Jessie Goines, 313 Borgas, was remarried to Ida May Jackson October 20, 1952, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 114, page 445. Of Jessie Goines, Alma M. Wash Goines and Ida May Jackson Goines nothing more is known.
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Kathleen Louise Goines was born in Bexar County August 29, 1962, according to BVS File 156793.
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Robert Dale Goines and Alta J. Goines received a warranty deed July 30, 1962, according to Bexar County Deed Book 4803, page 88.
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Terry Lynn Goines was married to Waymon A. Hubany April 13, 1973, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 224, page 500.
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Ann Going received a deed to lots in Block 35 in San Antonio from Charles L. Dignowity for $46 December 7, 1885, ac­cording to Bexar County Deed Book 44, page 31.

“Anna Goings” gave a sheriff’s deed to the lots for unpaid taxes to T. Meager to lot 1-5 and 8-10, Block 35, San Antonio CB 1489, according to Bexar County Deed Book 1127, page 514.
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Charles Edwin Going III died April 18, 1991 according to Bexar County death records.
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Claude L. Going and Elsie C. Going received a warranty deed October 12, 1965, according to Bexar County Deed Book 5445, page 354.
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John E. Going was married to Ruth Jane Stone December 30, 1934, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 59, page 37. Of John E. Going and Ruth Jane Stone Going nothing more is known.
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Fred W. Goings was born in 1908. He was married April 21, 1946 to Helen C. Waxler, age 30, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 94, page 699. Of Fred W. Goings and Helen C. Waxler Goings nothing more is known.
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Howard J. Goings and Virginia A. Goings gave a warranty deed to O. B. Shepard August 26, 1960, according to Bexar County Deed Book 4495, page 401.
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Howard Michael Goings was born in Bexar County September 29, 1955, according to BVS File 150716.
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Lawson Goings was married to Emma King July 11, 1896, ac­cording to Bexar County Marriage Book N, page 152. He was born about 1878, probably in Mississippi, according to the research of Michele Wade-McRoberts, a great-granddaughter who identified him as Henry Lawson Goings. Sometimes he signed his name as Lawson H. Goings. Emma King Goins was born in 1872 in Mississippi.

He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of San Antonio, Texas, living at 339 Virginia Street:

“Goings, Lawson 22, born in MS?
Emma 28, born in MS
Jennie 3, born in TX
Raymond 6/12, born in TX”

Lawson H. Goings died of tuberculosis March 24, 1901.

Children born to Lawson H. Goings and Emma King Goings include:

Geneva “Jennie” Goings born June 30, 1897
Raymond Henry Goings born November 13, 1899

Raymond Henry Goings, son of Lawson Henry Goings and Emma King Goings, was born in Bexar County, November 13, 1899, according to BVS File 290427.
==O==
Lloyd George Goings died August 25, 1960 in Bexar County, according to BVS File 46226.
==O==
Louise Goings, negro was married to Ed Moore December 1, 1926, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 39, page 332.
==O==
Madden Goings, negro, was married to Lizzie Roberson June 6, 1951, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 7, page 262. Of Madden Goings and Lizzie Roberson Goings nothing more is known.
==O==
Michelle Therese Goings was born in Bexar County May 27, 1947, according to BVS File 56249.
==O==
Sgt. Otho O. Goings was a member of Company G, 85th Infantry Regiment stationed at Camp Travis, San Antonio, during World War I.
==O==
Rodney Lee Goings was born in Bexar County September 5, 1953, according to BVS File 148343.
==O==
Todd Allen Goings was born in Bexar County January 11, 1963, according to BVS File 1706.
==O==
William Goings, negro was married to Mary Robertson November 18, 1913, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 5, page 465. Of William Goings and Mary Robertson Goings nothing more is known.
==O==
Miss Willie Goings, negro was married to John Robertson July 28, 1910, according to Bexar County Marriage Book Z, page 270.
==O==
Aaron Goins was married to Elnor Colligan April 11, 1934, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 57, page 61. In 1953 Aaron Goings and Elnor Colligan Goins lived at 223 Estrella Street, San Antonio. They gave a mechanic’s lien to Federal Lumber Company August 19, 1955, according to Bexar County Lien Book 434, page 132.
==O==
Albert Goins died in Bexar County June 1, 1917, according to BVS File 15277.
==O==
Alice Ann Goins was born October 30, 1943 in Bexar County according to BVS File 116506. She was married to Clarence DeVille, age 23, November 4, 1961, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 136, page 332.
==O==
Alice Fay Goins was born in Bexar County February 4, 1930 [?], according to BVS File 1248792. Alice Fay Goins was born in Bexar County February 4, 1939 [?], according to BVS File 10750.
==O==
Anna Ineko Goins died March 21, 1983 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Anna Laura Goins was born in Bexar County July 2, 1916, according to BVS File 26064.
==O==
Annie Mae Goins died December 09, 1995 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Ashonta J. Goins died September 06, 1977 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Audrey Louise Goins who was born in 1904, was married April 24, 1946, to Homer Adrain DeFore, who was born in 1909, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 95, page 27. Homer Adrain DeFoe lived in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
==O==
Barbara Ruth Goins was born in Bexar County May 9, 1935, according to BVS File 35976. She was married, at age 16, in 1951 to Walter Talmadge Miller, age 18, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 112, page 439. J. E. Goins was a wit­ness to the ceremony.
==O==
Betty Goins who was born in 1861, was married to Alick McGraw February 19, 1884, according to Bexar County Mar­riage Book H, page 285.
==O==
Carl Eugene Goins who was born in 1931, was married De­cember 18, 1954 to Doreen Mona Vradenburg who was born in 1934, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 120, page 41. Carl Eugene Goins and Doreen Mona Vradenburg Goins lived at 545 Lovette Avenue, San Antonio.
==O==
Carol Ann Goins was born in Bexar County January 14, 1936, according to BVS File 396.
==O==
Charles Goins was married to Dorothy Ann Jackson March 29, 1974, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 228, page 83. Of Charles Goins and Dorothy Ann Jackson Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Chester Goins died February 07, 1990 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Clara Goins, Negro, was married to Charlie Walton July 27, 1921, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 24, page 602.
==O==
Clara Goins died January 31, 1930 in Bexar County, accord­ing to BVS File 267.
==O==
Clara Gayle Goins was born in Bexar County August 9, 1961, according to BVS File 131838.
==O==
Clarence Goins died May 27, 1921 in Bexar County, accord­ing to BVS File 12752.
==O==
Cleburne Goins was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Bexar County, Enumeration District 22, precinct 4:

Goins, Cleburne 35, born in TX
Matilda 30, born in AR
William 9, born in TX
John Henry 5, born in TX
Henrietta 3, born in TX
Daniel 1, born in TX”
==O==
Clifton L. Goins Jr. (21) married Laurie L. Huggins (19) on April 6, 1985 accordint to marriage book 21.

Cynthia Diane Goins was married to Jose Mario Hernandez III February 12, 1972, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 200, page 219.
==O==
Darrell L. Goins died September 21, 1978 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
David Lee Goins died October 17, 1987 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Doncella Joan Goins was born in Bexar County June 7, 1955, according to BVS File 89045.
==O==
Dorothy Goins was married to Thomas M. Murphy Decem­ber 9, 1914, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 7, page 212.
==O==
Elnora Goins died February 09, 1978 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Emma Goins was married to Victor L. Orr November 6, 1918, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 14, page 503.
==O==
Mrs. Emma Goins was married to Frank Kindla October 10, 1923, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 31, page 59.
==O==
Mrs. Emma Goins was married to Ira Paddy May 22, 1924, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 32, page 490.
==O==
Emma Goins was married to Willie Dorn September 8, 1925, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 36, page 241.
==O==
Emma Linda Goins, negro, age 18, was married to Richard B. Ramsey, age 21, 1312 Wyoming, San Antonio, April 7, 1949, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 104, page 542.
==O==
Enola Goins, negro, was married to Jardy Taylor October 13, 1928, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 44, page 588.
==O==
Pvt. Escar S. Goins was a member of the Utilities Detachment stationed at Camp Travis in Bexar County during World War I.
==O==
Estelle D. Goins died March 06, 1985 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Fannie Goins died in Bexar County July 3, 1931, according to BVS File 31954.
==O==
Fay Goins was married to Simon Lampkins January 3, 1905, according to Bexar County Marriage Book T, page 3.
==O==
Fay Goins was the parent of an infant born in Bexar County March 15, 1919 [18?], according to BVS File 11452.
==O==
Florence L. Goins, negro, who was born in 1921, was married May 13, 1942, to Clemons E. Harris, who was born in 1918, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 78, page 693. Flo­rence L. Goins, negro, age 26, was married to Willie L. Copney, age 30, August 16, 1947, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 100, page 30.
==O==
Frances Ola Goins was born in Bexar County November 19, 1917 according to BVS File 49913.
==O==
Frank Goins was born in San Antonio December 19, 1881, according to Otero County, New Mexico Marriage Book 3, page 773. He was married September 10, 1914 to Izetta L. Chambers, who was born in Texas November 24, 1895. He was a resident of Hillsboro, New Mexico and she was a resi­dent of La Luz, New Mexico. Children born to Frank Goins and Izetta L. Chambers Goins are unknown.
==O==
Gary Douglas Goins was born in Bexar County October 24, 1963, according to BVS File 172467.
==O==
Guy Michael Goins was born in Bexar County June 14, 1963, according to the BVS File 107766.
==O==
Harold C. Goins and Helen W. Goins received a warranty deed February 14, 1955, according to Bexar County Deed Book 3631, page 119.
==O==
Howard Thomas Goins was born in Bexar County June 2, 1943, according to the BVS File 61561.
==O==
J. E. Goins, plaintiff sued R. H. Goins, defendant, according to Bexar County Judgement Book G, page 358.
==O==
James Goins was the father of an infant son born in Bexar County March 21, 1915, according to BVS File 9091.
==O==
James Goins, negro, was married to Enola Grant June 12, 1923, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 30, page 127. Of James Goins and Enola Grant Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
James Anthony Goins was born and died June 19, 1961 in Bexar County, according to BVS File 31689.
==O==
James Douglas Goins, age 25, and Esther Gertrude Stauffer, age 18, were married July 8, 1957, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 125, page 605. James Douglas Goins and Esther Gertrude Stauffer Goins lived at La Siesta Apart­ments, 3632 Southwest Military Drive, San Antonio.
==O==
James E. Goins was married to Annie Ruth McGee July 30, 1931, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 51, page 430. James E. Goins and Annie Ruth McGee Goins received a warranty deed from Proctor L. Hook July 26, 1946, ac­cording to Bexar County Deed Book 2277, page 230.

James E. Goins died April 08, 1996 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Jane Elizabeth Goins was born in Bexar County January 26, 1964, according to BVS File 798.
==O==
Jessie Lee Goins was born in Bexar County August 15, 1948, according to BVS File 89485.
==O==
Jewel E. Goins was married to Rufus J. Powe February 1, 1915, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 7, page 370.

Jewel E. Goins died January 15, 1974 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Jewel Goins was married to Ernest Tarin October 16, 1932, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 53, page 612.
==O==
Jim Goins was married to Frances Black September 14, 1894, according to Bexar County Marriage Book M, page 148. Randolf Goins and Elizabeth Goins were witnesses to the wedding. Of Jim Goins and Frances Black Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
John H. Goins died in Bexar County January 24, 1931, ac­cording to BVS File 293.
==O==
John H. Goins received a contract from General Investment Corporation December 4, 1941, according to Bexar County Deed Book 1869, page 296.
==O==
John Henry Goins was born in Bexar County February 24, 1920, according to BVS File 6640. He was the father of an infant born in Bexar County July 8, 1940, according to BVS File 52064.
==O==
John Paul Goins, age 22, and Helen Marie Stanton, age 18, were married September 22, 1962, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 138, page 673. They lived at 338 Schley, San Antonio. Helen Marie Stanton Goins was remarried to Howard Eugene Fowler October 18, 1966, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 151, page 222.

John Paul Goins died April 10, 1996 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Julia Dianne Goins was born in Bexar County June 10, 1961, according to BVS File 93897.
==O==
Karen Elizabeth Goins was married to Douglas Courtney Eggleston March 5, 1973, according to Bexar County Mar­riage Book 22, page 454.
==O==
Kenneth Ray Goins was born in Bexar County December 19, 1958, according to BVS File 221684.
==O==
Kermet Goins was born in Bexar County September 29, 1949, according to BVS File 122977.
==O==
Landa Jean Goins was born in Bexar County January 14, 1935, according to BVS File 581. She was married to Weldon Wayne Gromatsky June 8, 1965, according to Tarrant County, Texas Marriage Book 137, page 17.
==O==
Leroy Goins died April 8, 1946 in Bexar County, according BVS File 16155.
==O==
Lillie Goins, born in 1928 and Burnice Lewis, born in 1927, were married July 12, 1950, according to Bexar County Mar­riage Book 128, page 93. They lived at 235 Hollenbeck, San Antonio.
==O==
Linda Jean Goins, age 18, was married to Roland Gomez Zapata, age 23, 608 North Hamilton, San Antonio, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 115, page 239.
==O==
Linda Sue Goins was born in Bexar County March 9, 1948, according to BVS File 17763. She died there October 31, 1959, according to BVS File 53884.
==O==
Lisa Gail Goins was born in Bexar County August 7, 1965, according to BVS File 116403.
==O==
Pfc. Ludie N. Goins was a member of Company H, 19th Infantry Regiment stationed at Camp Travis in Bexar County during World War I.
==O==
M. F. [or P.] Goins was married to Louisa Moore in 1915. They received a deed from Harvard Place May 12, 1926, ac­cording to Bexar County Deed Book 891, page 225. M. F. Goins died in 1924. Louisa Moore Goins was remarried to Ed Roberts in 1927. No children were born to M. F. Goins and Louisa Moore Goins. Louisa Moore Goins Roberts received proof of heirship from the estate of M. F. Goins October 16, 1930, according to Bexar County Deed Book 1209, page 296.
==O==
Madden Goins died in Bexar County January 11, 1926, ac­cording to BVS File 198.
==O==
Marcello Goins died August 16, 1987 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Maribell Goins was born in Bexar County August 13, 1948, according to BVS File 88560.
==O==
Mary Bell Goins died November 14, 1969 According to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Mary Jane Goins was married to Presciliano Gonzales September 13, 1876, according to Bexar County Marriage Book E, page 317.
==O==
Mary Jane Goins was born in Bexar County May 12, 1938, according to BVS File 37583. She was married to John Jacob Stauffer, Jr. who was born in 1934, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 121, page 251. They lived at 265 Crook, San Antonio, Texas
==O==
Melda June Goins was born in Bexar County June 25, 1942, according to BVS File 50979.
==O==
Minnie Goins was married to Louis B. Albrecht December 3, 1914, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 7, page 196.
==O==
Minnie Goins was married to James E. Cude June 21, 1926, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 38, page 165.
==O==
Minnie Louise Goins was born in Bexar County March 2, 1936, according to BVS File 18335.
==O==
Mrs. Olivia Goins was married to Elsworth Eliott December 11, 1924, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 34, page 227.
==O==
Pvt. Orrin L. Goins was a member of Company B, 53rd Machiine Gun Battalion stationed at Camp Travis in Bexar County during World War I.
==O==
Paul Goins was married to Clara Arnold August 20, 1917, ac­cording to Bexar County Marriage Book 11, page 617. Of Clara Arnold Goins nothing more is known. Paul Goins was the father of an infant that died in Bexar County, September 16, 1925, according to BVS File 31546. Paul Goins, age 44, was married to Frances Orens, age 42, August 7, 1937, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 66, page 300. Children born to Paul Goins and Frances Orens Goins are unknown.
==O==
Patricia Ann Goins who was born in 1939 was married to Clarence Edward Acord, who was born in 1934, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 122, page 273. B. R. Goins witnessed the ceremony. The couple lived at 1555 Somerset Road, San Antonio.
==O==
Patricia Eileen Goins was married to James Madison Warner October 1, 1943, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 85, page 522. The bride was 25 and the groom 24.
==O==
Patricia Myce Goins was born in Bexar County January 9, 1933, according to BVS File 534.
==O==
Patricia Myrle Goins was married to Garland Chester Ten­nell January 7, 1972, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 198, page 368.
==O==
Peggy Elizabeth Goins died May 24, 1996 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Rabern Goins gave a warranty deed to Herman G. Molina July 10, 1947, according to Bexar County Deed Book 2402, page 515.
==O==
Ralph Todd Goins was born in Bexar County February 23, 1962, according to BVS File 17942.
==O==
Reynolds Robert Goins died March 18, 1965 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Ricky J. Goins (23) married Lanita G. Knox (19) on July 5, 1984 according to Bexar County marriage records.
==O==
Robert Henry Goins was born in Bexar County September 6, 1956, according to BVS File 155195. He married Cynthia R. Wood (21) on June 2, 1979 according to Bexar County marriage records.
==O==
Robert Franklin Goins, age 27, San Antonio was married to Barbara Ann Corey, age 24, May 6, 1961, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 135, page 92. Of Robert Franklin Goins and Barbara Ann Corey Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Ronald E. Goins (26) married Del M. Little (22) on February 14, 1985 according to Marriage Book 15.
==O==
Rosa Goins was married to Eugene Mills July 5, 1919, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 18, page 493.
==O==
Rose Gale Goins was born in Bexar County May 23, 1952, according to BVS File 64650. She was married November 18, 1968 to Bernard Frank Schwegmann, III, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 163, page 635.
==O==
Rosie Elizabeth Goins was born in Bexar County September 10, 1877, according to BVS File 648309.
==O==
Rosie May Goins was married to John Love November 1, 1933, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 55, page 592. The license was mailed to Box 53, Newell, North Car­olina September 9, 1948.
==O==
Rosy Goins was born in Bexar County November 6, 1917, ac­cording to BVS File 49926.
==O==
Ruth Jane Goins was examined for lunacy by the Bexar County Probate Court, according to Bexar County Probate File 71334.
==O==
Starley M. Goins was married to William T. Gravel Septem­ber 4, 1920, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 22, page 291.
==O==
Stephen Wayne Goins was born in Bexar County December 21, 1962, according to BVS File 242096.
==O==
Toi Lynette Goins was born in Bexar County October 17, 1956, according to BVS File 178304. She was married to Rodney Eugene Lewis October 17, 1974 according to Bexar County Marriage Book 259, page 159.
==O==
Tom Goins (35) married Janie Orosco (30) on February 14, 1989 according to Bexar County marriage records.
==O==
Vera Goins, was married to Jessie H. Bryan, age 23, May 20, 1945, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 91, page 102.
==O==
Vinnita Sue Goins was born in Bexar County September 12, 1952, according to BVS File 139295.
==O==
William Eugene Goins was married to Janet Gail Grunewald July 28, 1967, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 154, page 66. Of William Eugene Goins and Janet Gail Grunewald Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
William L. Goins, 29 was married to Alma Goins, 27, March 27, 1941, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 75, page 270. William L. Goins and Alma Goins Goins lived at 3108 Broadway, San Antonio. William L. Goins was remarried to Alma Goins Goins April 16, 1944, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 87, page 422. At that time they lived at 203 Elmhurst Street in San Antonio. William L. Goins was born in 1912 and Alma Goins Goins was born in 1914. Apparently the second marriage did not last because Alma Goins received a deed from William L. Goins October 23, 1945, according to Bexar County Deed Book 2163, page 525.
==O==
Willie Goins, Jr. was born in Bexar County May 25, 1921, ac­cording to BVS File 27046.
==O==
Willie Earl Goins, Sr. and Annie Mae Goins, negroes, gave a affidavit July 17, 1953, according to Bexar County Deed Book 3389, page 109.

Willie Earle Goins died December 3, 1962 in Bexar County, according to Bexar County Deed Book 5501, page 955.

Children born to Willie Earl Goins, Sr. and Annie Mae Goins include:

Willie Earle Goins, Jr. born October 19, 1919
Linda E. Goins born about 1921
Carole A. Goins born about 1923
Portia Ray Goins born about 1925
Willie Andrew Goins born about 1927

Willie Earle Goins, Jr, son of Willie Earle Goins and Annie Mae Goins, was born October 19, 1919 and died the following day.

Linda E. Goins, daughter of Willie Earle Goins and Annie Mae Goins, was born about 1921. She was married about 1941, husband’s name Thomas. In 1966 she was a femme sole.

Carole A. Goins, daughter of Willie Earle Goins and Annie Mae Goins, was born about 1923, probably in San Antonio. She was married about 1943, husband’s name Sayles. She was a femme sole in 1966

Portia Ray Goins, daughter of Willie Earle Goins and Annie Mae Goins, was born about 1925, probably in San Antonio. She was married May 6, 1943 to Guy W. White, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 84, page 101. In 1966 Portia Ray White was a femme sole.

Willie Andrew Goins, son of Willie Earle Goins and Annie Mae Goins, was born about 1927, probably in San Antonio.
==O==
Chester J. Gouin age 21, was married March 30, 1943 to Gladys J. Bur, age 21, according Bexar County Marriage Book 83, page 376. Of Chester J. Gouin and Gladys J. Bur Gouin nothing more is known.
==O==
John J. Gouwens was married to Miss Marion Gouwens September 21, 1918, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 16, page 246.
==O==
Alfred Gowan was married to Blasa Lopez December 31, 1891, according to Bexar County Marriage Book K, page 585. Mrs. Blasa Lopez Gowan and her sister, Theresa L. Bell, re­ceived a deed from their mother, Mrs. Victoriana Duque October 7, 1907, according to Bexar County Deed Book 276, page 321. They deed conveyed a residence in San Antonio, which was also described as located on the east side of True­heart Street.

Alfred Gowan was a clerk for N & M Inst. Company residing at 410 Trueheart in San Antonio, Texas in 1893 according to the city directory.

Mrs. Alfred Gowan, a widow, lived at 410 Trueheart in San Antonio, Texas in 1894 according to the city directory.

Blasa Lopez Gowan died October 10, 1913, in Bexar County, according to BVS File 255, and Theresa L. Bell died before February 10, 1916. On that date property previously deeded to the daughters was returned to Mrs. Victoriana Lopez, ac­cording to Bexar County Deed Book 477, page 42.

Alfred Gowan, who was born in 1864, filed a declaration of intent October 24, 1892, according to Declaration Volume U, page 389.
==O==
Carol Gowan died December 13, 1987 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Dixie Azalie Gowan was born in Bexar County November 19, 1923, according to BVS File 66729. She was married February 11, 1944 to John H. Peat, who was born in 1919, ac­cording to Bexar County Marriage Book 87, page 61.
==O==
H. B. Gowan and his wife, Ethel Gowan, received a warranty deed from Community Loan and Trust Company to lot in Universal City, June 1, 1935 according to Bexar County Deed Book 1461, page 450. They gave a warranty deed to the property to Ewald Pfeil May 12, 1937, according to Bexar County Deed Book 1591, page 51.
==O==
Ivan Darius Gowan was born in Bexar County June 9, 1952, according to BVS File 81233.
==O==
Mary Katherine Gowan was born in Bexar County January 6, 1919, according to BVS File 316.
==O==
Maurine Gowan was born in 1920. She was married August 19, 1942 to Jack Mathis, who was born in 1922, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 80, page 451. He showed his residence as 208 Park, Milam, Texas at that time.
==O==
Phillip Tilson Gowan died in Bexar County August 8, 1951, according to BVS File 39449.
==O==
Richard E. Gowan was married to Sammie Azalie Jones May 31, 1921, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 24, page 437. Richard E. Gowan leased a 1919 Ford from S. F. Silver April 23, 1924 for $250, according to Bexar County Deed Book 763, page 487. Mrs. Sammie Azalie Jones Gowan was married to Thomas M. Smith, Jr. May 15, 1927, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 46, page 493.
==O==
S. Gowan “of Bexar County, Texas” gave a bill of sale to Em­ilie Gowan, “his wife”, March 28, 1881, according to Bexar County Deed Book 19, page 70. The bill of sale covered a barroom, fixtures, and liquor license on a saloon located on “the west side of Almo Plaza.” Consideration was $1,500.
==O==
Wanda Kay Gowan was born in Bexar County October 9, 1951, according to BVS File 156427.
==O==
Pvt. Henry J. Gowans was a member of Company A, 54th Machine Gun Battalion stationed at Camp Travis in Bexar County during World War I.
==O==
James F. Gowans, 24 was married to Paulita Cavasoz, 29 November 18, 1980 according to Bexar County marriage records. Children born to James F. Gowans and Paulita Cavasoz Gowans are unknown.
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James W. Gowans and his wife, Rae L. Gowans, received a warranty deed from Ray Ellison August 31, 1971, according to Bexar County Deed Book 6621, page 231. James W. Gowans lived at 8715 Bravo Valley in 1972, according to the 1972 city directory of San Antonio.

James W. Gowans died September 28, 1972 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
James Francis Gowans III died April 27, 1991 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Lois Gowans was married to Henry E. Beal November 15, 1918, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 14, page 553.
==O==
Rae Lucille Gowans died February 14, 1986 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Alice Gowen, who was born in 1941, was married May 3, 1961 to John Houston, Jr. who was born in 1938 in Kay County, Oklahoma, according to Kay County Marriage Book 54, page 45. Alice Gowen was a resident of San Antonio.
==O==
Caroline Gowen “of Bexar County” was married to Spencer Morris, “of Bexar County” August 28, 1851, according to Bexar County Marriage Book B, page 272.
==O==
Edward L. Gowen and his wife, Kathy J. Gowen lived at 132 Menlo Boulevard in 1971, according to the city directory. He was listed as a salesman.
==O==
Elizabeth Gowen was born in 1913. She was married to LeRoy H. Cole who was also born in 1913. The marriage took place October 13, 1935, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 61, page 92.
==O==
George Gowen and his wife, Mae Gowen, lived at 631 McLaughlin Avenue, in San Antonio in 1971. He was an employee of the city zoo.
==O==
Glen H. Gowen and Sallie M. Gowen gave a deed of trust December 20, 1965, according to Bexar County Deed Book 5482, page 807.
==O==
James Frank Gowen died April 17, 1988 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
James Michael Gowen was born in Bexar County January 26, 1945, according to BVS File 896.
==O==
Jerry A. Gowen (23) married Corinne Pardue (23) on August 14, 1971 according to Bexar county marriage records.
==O==
Joy Gowen was born in 1926. She was married January 9, 1944 to Joe Arthur Perry, who was born in 1919, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 86, page 480. Joe Arthur Perry showed an address of 666 East Woodlawn, San Antonio, at that time.
==O==
Maria Louise Gowen died November 29, 1997 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Mary L. Gowen received a judgement from Fred V. Plata November 3, 1970, according to Bexar County Judgement Book 97, page 99.
==O==
Milton R. Gowen (20) married Sally J. Davis (21) on January 9, 1971 according to Bexar County marriage records.
==O==
Paul R. Gowen was married to Betty Jane Wilson June 27, 1934, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 57, page 428. Of Paul R. Gowen and Betty Jane Gowen nothing more is known.
==O==
Ralph Dee Gowen died September 26, 1997 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
William C. Gowen (30) married Julie B. Todt (23) on October 2, 1982 according to Bexar County marriage records.
==O==
Roger Gowen, United States Air Force, lived at 2250 West Southcross Boulevard in 1971.
==O==
Barbara Jean Gowens was born in Bexar County October 19, 1958, according to BVS File 176704.
==O==
Benjamin Gowens was born in 1926. He was married Febru­ary 10, 1947 to Anna Belle Little, who was born in 1930, ac­cording to Bexar County Marriage Book 98, page 227. He showed an address of 411 Kendalia, San Antonio, at that time. Of Benjamin Gowens and Anna Belle Little Gowens nothing more is known.
==O==
Fred Benjamin Gowens was born in Bexar County November 8, 1947, according to BVS File 139376.
==O==
John Witherspoon Gowens Sr. died July 23, 1980 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Kathy Ann Gowens was born in Bexar County April 21, 1953, according to BVS File 54369.
==O==
Lottie S. Gowens gave a warranty deed to Geraldine Anthony December 1, 1969, according to Bexar County Deed Book 6267, page 37. Lottie S. Gowens was shown as a resident of 1537 West Ridgewood, according to the 1972 city directory of San Antonio.
==O==
Ola Leigh Gowen died June 16, 1983 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Robert A. Gowens and his wife, Hope Gowens gave a me­chanics lien to Henri Davis November 3, 1937, according to Bexar County Lien Book 208, page 320. He received a quit claim deed from C. H. Anderson September 7, 1940, ac­cording to Bexar County Deed Book 1779, page 334. Robert A. Gowens and Hope Gowens gave a quit claim deed to Morris Kallison January 31, 1941, according to Bexar County Deed Book 1813, page 14.

Robert A. Gowens and Ruby Mae Gowens, assumed to be his second wife, received a warranty deed from Clara Lowrey August 10, 1942, according to Bexar County Deed Book 1919, page 238. Robert A. Gowens and Ruby Mae Gowens gave a deed of trust November 15, 1945, according to Bexar County Deed Book 2124, page 72.
==O==
Ruby Annette Gowens was born September 28, 1934 in Bexar County, according BVS File 47630. She was married to Richard Carl McQuaide, age 19, October 7, 1953, accord­ing to Bexar County Marriage Book 117, page 115.
==O==
Albert Gowin was born in Bexar County August 26, 1925, ac­cording to BVS File 51356.
==O==
Corp. Alonzo C. Gowin was a member of Company B, 53rd Machine Gun Squadron stationed at Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas during World War I.
==O==
George Richard Gowin, Sr. and his wife, Mae Gowin, gave a deed of trust July 23, 1965 according to Bexar County Deed Book 5396, page 704.

George Richard Gowin, Jr. was married to Paula Nellwyn Sheppard August 9, 1965, according to Bexar County Mar­riage Book 147, page 317. Of George Richard Gowin, Jr. and Paula Nellwyn Sheppard Gowin nothing more is known.
==O==
Robert D. Gowin and his wife, Josephine A. Gowin gave a warranty deed August 22, 1963, according to Bexar County Deed Book 4995, page 621. They received a warranty deed July 25, 1961, according to Bexar County Deed Book 4555, page 335. Robert D. Gowin, a flight inspector for Federal Aviation Authority and Josephine A. Gowin lived at 3733 Rusty Dell, according to the 1963 city directory of Ft. Worth, Texas.
==O==
Glenn G. Gowing died December 30, 1974 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Keith Spencer Gowing was married to Dorothy Marie Sharp March 12, 1954, according Bexar County Marriage Book 118, page 153. Of Keith Spencer Gowing and Dorothy Marie Sharp Gowing nothing more is known.
==O==
Jenny Elizabeth Gowins was married to Bill Estel Lockhart October 13, 1957, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 126 page 351. Jenny Elizabeth Gowins was born in 1926, and Bill Estel Lockhart was born in 1937.
==O==
Miss Merrell G. Gowins was married to Edgar H. Gauger September 15, 1917, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 12, page 109.
==O==
Oscar D. Gowins and his wife, Calva P. Gowins, gave a me­chanics lien November 27, 1961, according to Bexar County Lien Book 553, page 259.
==O==
Anolguiades Gowions was born in Bexar County December 10, 1926, according to BVS File 77697.
==O==
The heirs of C. W. Gown, deceased, received a patent from the State of Texas May 12, 1858 to land in Tom Green County, Texas, according to Bexar County Deed Book R2, page 18.
==O==
Eddie Mae Goyan, negro was married to Charles Edward Gunels July 25, 1966, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 150, page 356.
==O==
Mrs. Carrie R. Goyen was married to L. J. Jarmon August 1, 1928, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 44, page 211.
==O==
Ivan Roy Goyen was born in 1934. He was married Novem­ber 17, 1956 to Lindell Blum who was born in 1938, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 124, page 340. Ivan Roy Goyen and Lindell Blum Goyen received a warranty deed May 18, 1961, according to Bexar County Deed Book 4603, page 14. Ivan Roy Goyen, an airman in the U. S. Air Force and Lindell Blum Goyen lived at 1608 Gunnison Road, Wichita Falls, Texas in 1968, according to the city directory.
==O==
Karen Annette Goyen was born in Bexar County February 19, 1962, according to BVS File 18839.
==O==
Michael Wayne Goyen was born in Bexar County October 2, 1957, according to BVS File 205476.
==O==
Etoyle Goyne, was born in 1922. She was married August 3, 1940 to Marvin Brandt, who was born in 1916, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 73, page 492. Marvin Brandt showed an address of 2611 North St. Mary’s Street, San An­tonio at that time.
==O==
Oscar Redus Goyne, was born in 1902. He was married September 7, 1944 to Hazel J. Thornton, age 24, according to Bexar County Marriage Book 89, page 3. Oscar Redus Goyne died November 25, 1945 in Lamar County, Texas, according to BVS File 49593. Of Hazel J. Thorton Goyne nothing more is known.
==O==
Rodnal Eugene Goyne, son of Kathleen Goyne, was “born out of wedlock” November 25, 1943 [also shown as 1945] in San Antonio, according to Bexar County Birth Certificate 57354. Kathleen Goyne at that time showed an address at 4019 Broadway, Salvation Army Home, San Antonio.
==O==
Sandra A. Goyne, plaintiff received a judgement of $626 from William Tramp, defendant, in litigation concerning Fun Wash, Ltd, April 14, 1975, according to Bexar County Judgement Book 200A, page 250.
==O==
Beverly Anne Goynes was born in Bexar County May 11, 1953, according to BVS File 70343.
==O==
Brenda Joyce Goynes was born in Bexar County May 22, 1952, according to BVS File 66613.
==O==
James Irvin Goynes was a resident of Bexar County when he died there April 12, 1948, according to Bexar County Probate File 64663. Mabel McKinney Goodwin was appointed the administrator of his estate. His heirs were listed as Bertie Goynes Pebbles, Norman Goynes, and Mary Farrell Shanklin. All heirs were adults and residents of Texas.
==O==
John Daniel Goynes Jr. died July 12, 1997 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Randy Michael Goynes was born in Bexar County December 31, 1952, according to BVS File 223140.
==O==
Stephen A. Goynes, Jr. was born in Bexar County December 17, 1962, according to BVS File 221777.
==O==
Dan Goyns was the father of an infant that was born in Bexar County August 4, 1926, according to BVS File 47309.
==O==
Brian Michael Guynes died January 23, 1993 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
James Dudley Guynes died May 06, 1965 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Rebecca Edmonds Guynes died November 03, 1994 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Cecil P. McGowin died June 16, 1987 according to Bexar County death records.
==O==
Zella Mae McGowin died June 11, 1990 according to Bexar County death records.

BOSQUE COUNTY, TEXAS

Ava Lee Goains died April 21, 1985 according to Bosque County death records.
==O==
Floy Vera Goains died September 04, 1990 according to Bosque County death records.
==O==
Ira Savana Lee Goains died August 30, 1969 according to Bosque County death records.
==O==
James Clabe Goains died December 13, 1989 according to Bosque County death records.
==O==
James Earl Goains died December 25, 1998 according to Bosque County death records.
==O==
R. M. Going received an assignment of a note from W. T. Rives, according to Bosque County Deed Book 105, page 451.
==O==
Mrs. Eula Goins, a negro was married to Ernest Moore September 2, 1911, according to Bosque County Marriage Book I, page 128. “Eula Goins” roomed at 2259 Hurley Av­enue, Ft. Worth, Texas, according to the city directory.
==O==
Miss Lucille Goins was married to Dewitt Sadler October 13, 1933, according to Bosque County Marriage Book K, page 394.
==O==
Reverend P. Gowan and wife Sarah L. Gowan gave a deed of 320 acres on Childress Creek and 6320[?] acres on Turkey Creek to A. Foster Axson, M. D. of New Orleans, LA for $800 April 1, 1875 according to Bosque County Deed Book O, page 423.

Reverend P. Gowan and wife Sarah L. Gowan named heirs to their estate April 30, 1892, according to Bosque County Deed Book 19, page 392 as follows:

Mary S. B. Shindler, widow, Nacogdoches Co, TX
Sarah L. Gowan, Dallas Co, TX
Mary J. Sanneau, Charleston Co, SC
Harriet W. Sanneau, Charleston Co, SC
Kate R. Sanneau, Charleston Co, SC
Alfred W. Sanneau, Charleston Co, SC
K. Palmer Sanneau, Adams Co, MS
==O==
Mrs. C. F. Gowin, believed to be a widow, received a deed from John D. Rogers of Galveston County, Texas April 7, 1885 to lot a in Walnut Springs, Texas for $50, according to Bosque County Deed Book 4, page 329. Apparently she was married to Sam Patton about 1890. On January 24, 1891 Mrs. C. F. Gowin Patton, Sam Patton and her son C. V. Gowin, “all of Ellis County” gave a deed to the property to W. G. Howell for $310, according to Bosque County Deed Book 19, page 508. On June 19, 1915 Mrs. C. F. Gowin Patton received an affidavit from Mrs. M. A. Lynch certifying that C. V. Gowin was the “only surviving heir” of Mrs. C. F. Gowin Patton.

Mrs. C. F. Gowin received a deed from John D. Rogers for land in Galveston, Texas, on Lot 2, Block C for $58 April 7, 1885 according to Bosque County Deed Book 4, page 329.

C. V. Gowin and C. F. Gowin Patton gave a deed to W. T. Howell on Lot 2, Block C, in the Walnut Square Addition in Bosque County for $310 according to Bosque County Deed Book19, page 508.

“C. V. Gowen” gave a release to W. T. Howell about 1905, according to Bosque County Deed Book 52, page 15.
==O==
E. Richard Goyens was enumerated in the 1880 census of Bosque County, Volume 3, Sheet 16, Enumeration District 9, Precinct 1 & 2:

“Goyens, E. Richard husband, 27 born in NR
Sarah wife, 26 born in NR
Rosa daughter, 7/12 born in TX”

E. Richard Goyne and wife Sarah E. Goyne gave a deed to W. B. Hatch of 103 acres for $103 December 21, 1888, according to Bosque County Deed Book 11, page 152.

E. R. Goyne and wife Sarah E. Goyne gave a deed to R. H. Pete for land in Bosque County according to Bosque County Deed Book 19, page 356.

E. R. Goyne and wife Sarah E. Goyne gave a deed to E. E. Summons for land in Bosque County according to Bosque County Deed Book 33, page 49.

E. R. Goyne and B. W. Hatch received a deed from W. L. Jones and wife Susan R. Jones, both of Coryell County, Texas, for 206 acres of land totaling $206 September 23, 1880, according to Bosque County Deed Book 7, page 637.
==O==
Miss Essie Goyne was married to Walter Norman August 29, 1909 according to Bosque County Marriage Book H, page 599.
==O==
J. D. Goyne was enumerated in the 1880 census of Bosque County, Volume 3, Sheet 9, Enumeration District 9, Justice Precinct 1 & 2, Line 19 as follows:

“Goyne, J. D. 27, husband, born in MS
L. A. 22, wife, born in AR
J. T. 3, son, 3, born in TX
Wail, M. E. 45, mother-in-law, born in AL”
==O==
J. E. Goyne was married to Miss A. J. Jones November 2, 1882 according to Bosque County Marriage Book D, page 288. Children born to J. E. Goyne and A. J. Jones Goyne are unknown.
==O==
John Goyne was enumerated in the 1900 census of Bosque County, Texas:

“Goyne, John 23 born May 1877 TX
Elizabeth 15 born January 1885 TX
==O==
Jesse A. Goyne died September 18, 1973 according to Bosque County death records.
==O==
Minnie Goyne married Jim Henry Loader, son of Thomas F. Loader, December 20, 1903. Children born to them were:

Vivian Loader born about 1905
Minni Viola Loader born about 1907
Lillie Fae Loader born about 1908
Melvin Loader born about 1909
Jim Henry Loader, Jr. born about 1910
==O==
Willie M. Goyne died May 03, 1975 according to Bosque County death records.
==O==
Ila Ruth Guynes died March 22, 1995 according to Bosque County death records.

BOWIE COUNTY, TEXAS

No Gowens [or spelling variations] appeared in the 1850 cen­sus of Bowie County.
==O==
David Lee Goans was born in Bowie County April 27, 1954, according to BVS File 54004.
==O==
Virgil Goines (57) married Mozelle Johnson (50) on October 23, 1975 according to Bowie County marriage records.
==O==
David Goins was born in Bowie County December 31, 1903, according to BVS File 1126058.

David Goins died in Bowie County, Texas, May 4, 1958, ac­cording to BVS File 25914.
==O==
Ferrell L. Goins Jr. (25) married Anna S. Williams (23) on May 12, 1982 according to Bowie County marriage records.
==O==
J. A. Goins was married to Lydia Lucas May 12, 1890, ac­cording to Bowie County Marriage Records. Of Lydia Lucas Goins nothing more is known. “J. A. Goins” was married to Louise Jane Ivy July 27, 1902, according to Hunt County Marriage Book L, page 124. Of J. A. Goins and Louise Jane Ivy Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Leslie Kim Goins was born in Bowie County August 20, 1957, according to BVS File 159441.
==O==
Lloyd T. Goins (59, married Mary Proctor (33) on February 23, 1974 according to Bowie County marriage records.
==O==
Queen E. Goins died July 02, 1970 according to Bowie County death records.
==O==
W. P. Goowin was born in July 1844 in Mississippi, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He appeared then as the head of a household in Bowie County, Enumeration Dis­trict 2, page 26, precinct 1. The family was listed as:

“Goowin, W. P. 45, born in MS in July 1844
F. E. 43, born in LA in July 1856, wife
Ben 18, born in AR in September 1881
Edna 16, born in AR in December 1883
Mittie 14, born in AR in December 1885
Millard 12, born in AR in March 1888
Talmadge 8, born in AR in March 1892
Earl 2, born in AR in March 1898”
==O==
The census of 1880 of Bowie County included the household of H. Gowens. The family was enumerated as:

“Gowens, H. 45, born in Tennessee
Julia 44, born in Tennessee
William 19, born in Arkansas
Thomas 17, born in Arkansas”
==O==
Anthony E. Gowans (18) married Cassandra G. Lewis (19) on June 7, 1975 according to Bowie County marriage records.
==O==
Joe A. Gowans was married to Miss Jessie Myers November 10, 1925 at the Texarkana, Texas Methodist Church, accord­ing to Bowie County Marriage records. Of Joe A. Gowan and Jessie Myers Gowan and descendants nothing more is known.
==O==
Preston A. Gowen died February 10, 1987 according to Bowie County death records.
==O==
Richard Lester Gowen and Virginia Dare Jones Gowen were the parents of Richard Lester Gowen,Jr. white male, who was born in Bowie County August 10, 1943, according to Bowie County Birth Book 9, page 387.
==O==
Mrs. Anna Goynes, a public school cafeteria worker, lived at 902 Finley Street in 1974, according to the Texarkana city di­rectory.
==O==
Dekolven E. Goynes died January 11, 1988 according to Bowie County death records.
==O==
Garvey Goynes, age 24 and Iralee Durden, age 19, negroes, were married March 17, 1950, according to Bowie County Marriage Book 29, page 155. Of Garvey Goynes and Iralee Durden Goynes and descendants nothing more is known.
==O==
Gloria Dean Goynes was born December 5, 1932 in Bowie County, according to BVS File 92951.
==O==
Harold Von Goynes (22) married Patricia Anne Jones (24) on March 9, 1968 according to Bowie County marriage records.
Rosa Lee Goynes died November 30, 1982 according to Bowie County death records.
==O==
Ural Lemar Goynes, Jr. was born in Bowie County January 15, 1964, according to BVS File 1969.
==O==
Ural L. Goynes died April 11, 1997 according to Bowie County death records.

BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS

Marguerite Goens was born in Brazoria County January 24, 1915, according to BVS File 748028. “Ida Mae Goens” and “Margarett Goens”, appeared in the probate records of Bra­zoria County as Case No. 2514 August 30, 1932.
==O==
Sarah Jane Goens died in Brazoria County May 3, 1932, ac­cording to BVS File 19957.
==O==
Robert L. Goines (35) married Margaret R Birdwell (23) on June 22, 1985 according to Brazoria County marriage records.
==O==
Charles E. Goins (34) Jr. Married Laura Harris (19) on September 7, 1984 according to Brazoria County marriage records.
==O==
Darrell D. Goins (21) married Betty J. Odom (31) on June 6, 1975 according to Brazoria County marriage records.
==O==
John P. Goins (21) married Kristina A. Agresta (20) on December 21, 1991 according to Brazoria County marriage records.
==O==
Richard Earl Goins was born in Brazoria County May 3, 1932, according to BVS File 74016.
==O==
Richard E. Goins (21) married Darlene Williams (21) on July 21, 1979 according to Brazoria County marriage records.
==O==
Ronnie E. Goins Jr. (19) married Barbara J. Rowlett (21) on September 2, 1978 according to Brazoria County marriage records.
==O==
Sharon Kay Goins was born March 19, 1943 in Brazoria County, according to BVS File 27189A.
==O==
Timothy F. Goins (21) married Wendy S. Whatley (17) on June 11, 1982 acccording to Brazoria County marriage records.
==O==
William E. Goyen, Jr. and his wife Alice Faye Goyen of Brazoria County received a deed from Lakeway Land Company January 4, 1966 to a lot in the Lakeway development, according to Travis County, Texas Deed Book 3065, page 1755.
==O==
William Byron Goyne died August 14, 1981 according to Brazoria County death records.
==O==
Willie Darnell Goyens died February 26, 1988 according to Brazoria County death records.

BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS

Anzia Goen, born September 25, 1881, died July 29, 1883, was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery, according to “Brazos County, Texas Cemetery Inscriptions”.
==O==
Clyde Forrest Goen died February 09, 1985 according to Brazos County death records.
==O==
Clyde Morris Goen was born in Brazos County August 20, 1946, according to BVS File 85019.
==O==
Grace M. Goen died May 13, 1990 according to Brazos County death records.
==O==
Hugh Goen was born in 1824 in South Carolina, according to his census enumeration in 1880. It is believed that he was married about 1847, wife’s name Jane Maria. Jane Maria Goen was born September 20, 1828, probably in Alabama. They lived in Alabama in 1861 and 1865. Jane Maria Goen died December 12, 1876, and was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery, Brazos County, according to “Brazos County, Texas Cemetery Inscriptions.”

Hugh Goen appeared as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Brazos County, Enumeration 18, page 30. The household was rendered as:

“Goen, Hugh 56, born in SC
Ida 13, born in AL, daughter
Charles 12, born in AL, son
Gilbert, Frances 12, born in AL, granddaughter
Alecorn, Maggie 32, born in GA, daughter
Annie 8, born in TX, granddaughter”

Children born to Hugh Goen and Jane Maria Goen include:

Maggie Goen born in 1848
William R. Goen born in November 1858
Jefferson Davis Goen born in October 1861
Ida Goen born August 10, 1865
Charles S. Goen born in 1868

Maggie Goen, daughter of Hugh Goen and Jane Maria Goen, was born in 1848 in Georgia. She was married about 1870, husband’s name Alecorn. She appeared in the 1880 census of her father’s household in Brazos County as a 32-year-old mother.

William R. Goen, son of Hugh Goen and Jane Maria Goen, was born in Alabama in November 1858. It is believed that he was married about 1880, wife’s name Lula. Lula Goen was born December 11, 1860. She died April 9, 1884 and was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery in Brazos County. William R. Goen was remarried about 1887, wife’s name, Nancy A. Nancy A. Goen was born in February 1863 in Texas.

William R. Goen was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Brazos County, Enumeration District 3, page 7:

“Goen, William R. 41, born in AL in November 1858
Nancy A. 37, born in TX in February 1863
Icy 9, born in TX in November
1890, daughter
F. Ernst C. 7, born in TX in April 1893, son
Preston S. 4, born in TX in Nov. 1895”

William R. Goen died September 4, 1926 in Brazos County, according to BVS File 30762. Nancy A. Goen died in Brazos County December 9, 1952, according to BVS File 58219.

Children born to William E. Goen and Nancy A. Goen in­clude:

Icy Goen born in November 1890
F. Ernst C. Goen born in April 1893
Preston S. Goen born in November 1895

Icy Goen, daughter of William R. Goen and Nancy A. Goen, was born in Texas in November 1890. She appeared in the 1900 census as a nine-year-old.

F. Ernst C. Goen, son of William R. Goen and Nancy A. Goen, was born in Texas in April 1893. He appeared in the 1900 census of Brazos County in his father’s household as a seven-year-old.

Preston S. Goen, son of William R. Goen and Nancy A. Goen, was born in Texas in November 1895. He appeared in the 1900 census of Brazos County in his father’s household as a four-year-old.

Jefferson Davis Goen, son of Hugh Goen and Jane Maria Goen, was born October 1, 1861 in Alabama, according to his tombstone in Old Bethel Cemetery, Brazos County. He was married about 1879, wife’s name Missouri Ann. She was born August 29, 1860 in Mississippi.

Jefferson Davis Goen appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Brazos County, Enumeration District 3, page 7, precinct 2:

“Goen, Jefferson D. 38, born in AL in Oct. 1861
Missouri A. 39, born in MS in August 1863
Eva 18, born in TX in August 1881
Drala 15, born in TX in Oct. 1884
daughter
Essie V. 13, born in TX in March 1887
William H. 7, born in TX in July 1892
Anna L. 4, born in TX in June 1895
Ira L. 2/12, born in TX in March 1900”

Missouri Ann Goen died August 27, 1925 and was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery, Brazos County. Jefferson Davis Goen died August 22, 1926 in Brazos County, and was buried be­side his wife.

Children born to Jefferson Davis Goen and Missouri Ann Goen include:

Eva Goen born in August 6, 1881
Drala Goen born in October 1884
Essie V. Goen born in March 1887
William Hugh Goen born July 1, 1892
Anna L. Goen born in June 1895
Ira Lester Goen born March 20, 1900

Eva Goen, daughter of Jefferson Davis Goen and Missouri Ann Goen, was born August 6, 1881 in Texas, probably Bra­zos County. She appeared in the 1900 census of her father’s household as an 18-year-old. She died August 13, 1900 and was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery, Brazos County.

Drala Goen, daughter of Jefferson Davis Goen and Missouri Ann Goen, was born in Texas in August 1881. She appeared in her father’s household as a 15-year-old in the 1900 census of Brazos County.

Essie V. Goen, daughter of Jefferson Davis Goen and Mis­souri Ann Goen, was born in March 1887 in Texas, probably Brazos County. She appeared as a 13-year-old in the 1900 census of her father’s household.

William Hugh Goen, son of Jefferson Davis Goen and Mis­souri Ann Goen was born July 1, 1892 in Brazos County. He appeared in the 1900 census of his father’s household as a 7-year-old.

From 1916 through 1920 he was employed by the Texas Company at Port Arthur, Texas, living at 1200 5th Street, ac­cording to the 1916 Port Arthur city directory. In 1920 he was listed as a clerk for the Texas Company.

William Hugh Goen received a deed to a residence in Port Arthur May 29, 1919. The property was purchased for $450, according to Jefferson County, Texas Deed Book 186, page 265.

William Hugh Goen and his wife, Evelyn Goen sold the prop­erty March 24, 1921 for $750, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 205, page 52.

William Hugh Goen died in El Paso County, Texas July 25, 1954, according to BVS File 31807. He was buried in Old Bethel Cemetery, Brazos County. His tombstone is marked with a Woodman of the World insignia. Children born to William Hugh Goen and Evelyn Goen are unknown.

Anna L. Goen, daughter of Jefferson Davis Goen and Mis­souri Ann Goen, was born in Brazos County in June 1895. She appeared in the 1900 census of her father’s household as a four-year-old.

Ira Lester Goen, son of Jefferson Davis Goen and Missouri Ann Goen, was born in Brazos County March 20, 1900, ac­cording to BVS File 472290. He was an employee of the Texas Company at Port Arthur in 1920, according to the Port Arthur directory.

He was married to Edia Marie LaBlanc in Jefferson County, Texas in 1926, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 29, page 453.

Ira Lester Goen, an auto mechanic for Smith-May Motor Company, and Edia Marie LaBlanc Goen, lived at 609 7th Street, Port Arthur, according to the 1927 city directory. In 1929 he was the garage foreman for Gulf States Utilities Company and lived at 1517 Memphis in Port Arthur.

Children born to Ira Lester Goen and Edia Marie LaBlanc Goen include:

Ira Jeane Goen born November 11, 1928
Evelyn Marie Goen born November 2, 1930

Ida Goen, daughter of Hugh Goen and Jane Maria Goen, was born August 10, 1865 in Alabama. She was enumerated in the 1880 census of Brazos County as a 13-year-old living in her father’s household. She died October 20, 1901, according to her tombstone in Old Bethel Cemetery.

Charles S. Goen, son of Hugh Goen and Jane Maria Goen, was born in September 1868 in Alabama, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He appeared in the 1880 census of Brazos County living in his father’s household as a 12-year-old. He was married about 1892, probably in Brazos County, wife’s name Ellen.

He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Brazos County, Enumeration District 3, page 1. The family was rendered as:

“Goen, Charley S. 31, born in AL in Sept. 1868
Ellen 26, born in TX in October 1873
Clarence C. 6, born in TX in July 1893, son
Manny 3, born in TX in November
1896, daughter”

Children born to Charles S. Goen and Ellen Goen include:

Clarence Curtis Goen born in July 1893
Manny Goen born in November 1896

Clarence Curtis Goen, son of Charles S. Goen and Ellen Goen, was born in July 1893, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Brazos County. He was shown as a six-year-old in the household of his parents. He was married to Velma Irene Stone April 18, 1910. They were the parents of a daughter who was born June 26, 1911, according to Johnson County, Texas Birth Book A, page 12. The record of this birth was amended in Johnson County Birth Book 1, page 185. Clarence Curtis Goen and Velma Irene Stone Goen were the parents of an infant that died January 29, 1922 in Hays County, Texas, according to BVS File 1886.

On December 22, 1922 they were deeded lots in Baylor Ad­dition of Waco, Texas, according to McLennan County, Texas Deed Book 353, page 49. They traded property in Waco October 3, 1923, according to McLennan County Deed Book 385.

Clarence Curtis Goen and Velma Irene Stone Goen appeared in the 1923-24 city directory of Waco living at 1617 South 15th Street. He was listed as a clerk at that time. They were also the parents of a son born in San Marcos, Texas July 4, 1924, according to BVS File 44182.

Clarence Curtis Goen, manager of Covert Auto Company, Austin, Texas, and Velma Irene Stone Goen, lived at 603 West 37th Street, according to the 1932-33 city directory of Austin. He continued in that capacity through 1957. In the 1935 and 1937 issues of the city directory their address was shown as 615 West 37th Street. In 1940 they lived at 1215 West 9th Street. In 1940 the address was 3302 Windsor. One child lived in the household in the 1940, 1941 and 1942 cen­sus. Clarence Curtis Goen received a deed August 12, 1939 to a lot in Austin, according to Travis County, Texas Deed Book 622, page 549. In the 1944-45 editions of the Austin city directory they appeared at 3302 Windsor. On September 22, 1947, while a resident of Travis County, Clarence Curtis Goen gave an affidavit concerning the children of Clarence Covert, according to Crockett County, Texas Deed Book 91, page 401. In 1947 Velma Irene Stone Goen was listed in the Austin City directory as a clerk at State Highway Depart­ment. She continued in that capacity in each edition through 1957.

Clarence Curtis Goen died September 26, 1961 at age 68 in Travis County, according to BVS File 54878. He left an es­tate valued at $22,396.23, according to Travis County Probate File 22975.

Velma Irene Stone Goen was remarried in 1969 to William Joel Ferguson, according to Travis County Marriage Book 85, page 593.

Children born to Clarence Curtis Goen and Velma Irene Stone Goen include:

[daughter] born June 26, 1911
Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr. born July 4, 1914

Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr, son of Clarence Curtis Goen and Velma Irene Stone Goen, was born July 4, 1914 at San Marcos, Texas, according to BVS File 44182. He was listed as a student at the University of Texas in the Austin City directory of 1941, 1942, 1944-45, living at the home of his parents at 3302 Windsor.

He received a B.S. degree from the University in 1944. He was married August 19, 1944 to Betty Ruth Presnell, accord­ing to Travis County Marriage Book 44, page 208. Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr. attended the University of Indiana in 1945. He was an electronics engineer with RCA Victor at Bloom­ington, Indiana from 1944 to 1947. He was an associate min­ister at Hyde Park Baptist Church, Austin in 1947 and 1948. He was ordained to the ministry in the Baptist church in 1948.

Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr. and Betty Ruth Presnell Goen lived at 1922 Spurgeon, Ft. Worth, according to the 1950, 1951 and 1952 city directories. He was listed as a student. He preached at Allen, Texas from 1951 to 1955. During that tenure he received a B.D. degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth in 1953. He preached at Ada, Oklahoma from 1955 to 1957. He received a Th.D. de­gree in 1956. In 1957 he received a B.A. degree at Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas. He received an M.A. degree at Yale University in 1958.

He was a research assistant at Yale University from 1959 to 1960. He received a Ph.D. degree at Yale University in 1960. He was a visiting professor of church history at Wesley The­ological Seminary in Washington, D. C. in 1960. He was a visiting professor of church history at the School of Theol­ogy at Clairemont, California in 1971. He was a professor of U.S. History at American University, Washington, D. C. from 1971 to 1973. He served as a professor of the history of Christianity until 1989. He received the Frank and Elizabeth Brewer Prize of the American Society of Church History for his book, “Revivalism and Separatism in New England, 1740-1800.” In 1972 he wrote “The Great Awakening.” At that time he lived at 4507 Verplanck Place, NW, Wash­ington, D. C.

He died of cancer December 26, 1990, survived by his wife and three sons.

Children born to Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr. and Betty Ruth Presnell Goen include:

Charles Kyle Goen born born July 3, 1947
John Scott Goen born June 12, 1951
Robert Curtis Goen born about 1953

Charles Kyle Goen, son of Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr. and Betty Ruth Presnell Goen, was born at Austin July 3, 1947, according to BVS File 92466.

John Scott Goen, son of Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr. and Betty Ruth Presnell Goen, was born in Tarrant County, June 12, 1951, according to BVS File 93044.

Robert Curtis Goen, son of Clarence Curtis Goen, Jr. and Betty Ruth Presnell Goen, was born in Collin County, Texas May 27, 1953, according to BVS File 89418.

Manny Goen, daughter of Charles S. Goen and Ellen Goen was born in Texas November 1896, according to her enumer­ation in the 1900 census of her father’s household in Brazos County. She appeared then as a three-year-old.
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John David Goen was born in Brazos County February 26, 1942, according to BVS File 23522.
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Thomas Eugene Goen was born in Brazos County August 16, 1948, according to BVS File No. 217265.
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Emma Goens Hall died January 10, 1986 according to Brazos County death records.
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A.L. Goins Sr. died September 09, 1972 according to Brazos County death records.
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Christopher J. Goins (42) married Joan A. Robertson (42) on May 23, 1992 according to Brazos County marriage records.
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Clara Goins died August 17, 1961 in Brazos County, accord­ing to BVS File 44124.
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Cora Goins Cook died January 15, 1966 according to Brazos County death records.
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Reba Rosalie Goins died June 16, 1984 according to Brazos County death records.
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Sherri Lou Goins died May 10, 1987 according to Brazos County death records.
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Timer Goins died in Brazos County August 18, 1928, ac­cording to BVS File 33840.
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Walter Goins died April 05, 1969 according to Brazos County death records.
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Mat Gowan, negro, was born in Alabama in April 1874, ac­cording to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Brazos County, Enumeration District 1, page 10, precinct 1. He, an unmarried man, was in prison at that time.
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Daniel William Gowen, Jr. was born in Brazos County May 9, 1948, according to BVS File 52085.
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Samuel Charles Gowen was born in Alabama in January 1838, according to his 1900 census enumeration. He came to Texas in 1855. During the Civil War he served in Company H, 22nd Texas Infantry Regiment. His Confederate pension mentioned that his disabilities, “throat trouble and dislocation of shoulder” were service connected. He served about four years in the Confederate service. He moved to Bryan, Texas March 1, 1899. On August 1, 1899 he reported that he owned only a horse and wagon which he valued at $65. His pension application, No. 05965 was approved.

He appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Grimes County, Texas, Enumeration District 19, page 19. His family was listed as:

“Gowan, Samuel C. 62, born in AL in January 1838
Annie E. 47, born in TX in August 1852”

He died January 1, 1911 in Grimes County. Annie E. Gowen died January 30, 1923 in Brazos County, according to BVS records.
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Anne M. Gowing died September 14, 1972 according to Brazos County death records.
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Tracy Jean Gowing and Stacy John Gowing, twins, were born January 17, 1950 in Brazos County, according to BVS file 2150 and 2151.
Stacy J. Gowing (23) married Jacqueline M. Dengering (23) on December 10 1983 according to Brazos County marriage records.
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Evelyn Joyce Goyens was born in Brazos County July 4, 1962, according to BVS File 113825.
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Willie D. Goyens (25) married Rosie L. Fields (26) on July 1, 1978 according to Brazos County marriage records.

BRISCOE COUNTY, TEXAS

Verdie Nora Goin, the daughter of Robert Goin and Mary Emma Johnson Goin, was born March 30, 1913, according to Briscoe County Birth Book 1, page 145. Robert Goin at that time, was age 20 and lived ten miles south of Silverton, Texas. Mary Emma Johnson Goin was age 21. Mary Emma Johnson Goin Ellison later lived at Crosbyton, Texas and there certified the birth record of Verdie Nora Goin on Jan­uary 17, 1942. “Vera Nora Goin” was married to John Wheat January 12, 1929 at Lubbock, Texas, according to Lubbock County Mar­riage Book 4, page 440.
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James Gowin was born in Briscoe County and moved from Quitaque to Tulia in 1979, according to the March 3, 1988 edition of the “Lubbock Avalanche Journal.” He died the previous Friday.

BROOKS COUNTY, TEXAS

Vernon Larry Going was born in Brooks County May 4, 1939, according to BVS File 122067.

BROWN COUNTY, TEXAS

John Edmond Goen died May 29, 1985 according to Brown County death records.
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W. M. Goines was the father of an infant born in Brown County July 18, 1918, according to BVS File 33313.
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Jerry Goings, a private at Camp Bowie, his wife Edith Goings and a child under 16, lived at 312 Wesley, Brownwood, in 1941, according to the city directory.
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Elva Goins died January 25, 1964 according to Brown County death records.
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Estites Carl Goins died November 18, 1989 according to Brown County death records.
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Fammie Elmer May Goins, the daughter of William May and Della Clifton May, was born in Arkansas August 30, 1905. She died of brain cancer September 18, 1971, according to Brown County Death Book 1971, page 279. She was buried in Elkins Cemetery, according to Mrs. Stella Russell, infor­mant.

Stella Goins, daughter of Fammie Elmer May Goins, was married to Homer Egger September 12, 1930, according to Brown County Marriage Book 11, page 488. She was remar­ried about 1950, husband’s name Russell.
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Fannie E. Goins died September 18, 1971 according to Brown County death records.
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Gary D. Goins (19) married Mary A. Wells (22) on November 18, 1978 according to Brown County marriage records.
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Inez Goins was married to Raymond Keith April 23, 1945, according to Brown County Marriage Book 18, page 416. Inez Goins was married to Joe Weldon Stone March 1, 1947, according to Brown County Marriage Book 19, page 404.
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James Goins died June 03, 1978 according to Brown County death records.
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John Goins, 52 was married April 6, 1968, wife’s name Fannie May, 62, according to Brown County marriage records. Children born to John Goins and Fannie May Goins are unknown.
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John Columbus Goins died July 20, 1980, according to Brown County death records.
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Lewis L. Goins, 19 was married to Joan Ensminger, 21, March 22, 1975, according to Brown County marriage records.

Lewis L. Goins, 29 was remarried to Rhonda G. Gilbreath, 16 October 12, 1984 according to Brown County marriage records. Children born to Lewis L. Goins, Joan Ensminger Goins and Rhonda G. Gilbreath Goins are unknown.
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Lonnie C. Goins (20) married Vicky L. McAdams (15) on May 30, 1970 according to Brown County marriage records.

Lonnie C. Goins (30) married Constance J. Olin (33) on July 27, 1979 according to Brown County marriage records.
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Mildred Goins was married to Leon Reeves February 9, 1942, according to Brown County Marriage Book 15, page 15.
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Minnie Elizabeth Goins died September 04, 1994 according to Brown County death records.
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Orville Gene Goins died January 31, 1981 according to Brown County death records.
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Roy Albert Goins died August 31, 1992 according to Brown County death records.
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C. J. Gowan and his wife, Opal R. V. Gowan “of Brown County” received a warranty deed to lots in Brownwood Heights Addition from F. B. Underwood October 23, 1942, according to Brown County Deed Book 318, page 309 and Book 324, page 242. On January 18, 1943 they gave a war­ranty deed to the property to J. H. French, according to Brown County Deed Book 318, page 480. C. J. Gowan, a truck driver and Opal R. V. Gowan appeared at 1017 North Texas Avenue, Odessa, Texas, according to the 1959 city di­rectory. On May 11, 1959 C. J. Gowan and Opal R. V. Gowan “of Nolan County, Texas” received a warranty deed from Beulah Willis to lots in Sweetwater, Texas, according to Nolan County Deed Book 175, page 129. On June 2, 1964 they sold the property to Jesus Torres for $1,200, according to Nolan County Deed Book 194, page 294.

On September 11, 1964 C. J. Gowan and Opal R. V. Gowan “of Brown County” received a warranty deed from M. F. Cunningham to a lot in Coggin Addition, Brownwood, ac­cording to Brown County Deed Book 519, page 87. They sold the property to Elizabeth Bullion October 7, 1964, ac­cording to Brown County Deed Book 519, page 329. On July 23, 1971 Opal R. V. Gowan gave a warranty deed to Howard D. Dickey to 67.33 acres of land in Palo Pinto County, Texas, “her separate property” according to Palo Pinto County Deed Book 397, page 255.

On September 16, 1970 C. J. Gowan and Opal R. V. Gowan received a warranty deed from Kenneth J. Storey to a lot in Anderson’s Addition, Coleman, Texas, according to Coleman County Deed Book 447, page 882. On December 27, 1972 they gave a release of deed of trust to Ophelia Proctor to the property, according to Coleman County Deed Book 454, page 1063.
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Thomas Gowan was married to Edna Mae Surface, May 12, 1943, according to Brown County Marriage Book 16, page 510. Of Thomas R. Gowan and Edna Mae Surface Gowan nothing more is known.
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A. J. Gowens, a farmer with two children under 16, lived on West Archer Drive, Brownwood, Texas in 1949, according to the Brownwood city directory.
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Etta Mae DeLaVica Gowens was married to Francis Marion Morris August 23, 1917, according to Brown County Mar­riage Book 8, page 342.
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Beadie Beatrice Gowin died March 16, 1985 according to Brown County death records.
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Benjamin Franklin Gowin died July 25, 1993 according to Brown County death records.
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Buddy W. Gowin (33) married Barbara A. Hogland (32) on May 26, 1978 according to Brown County marriage records.
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Danny R. Gowin (30) married Linda L. Michal (29) on November 23, 1980 according to Brown County marriage records.
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Danny Ray Gowin died July 18, 1997 according to Brown County death records.
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Heath R. Gowin (19) married Alicia M. Jackson (19) on December 26, 1992 according to Brown County marriage records.
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Jessie Ray Gowin died June 19, 1996 according to Brown County death records.
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John N. Gowin lived at 1200 Beaver, Brownwood, Texas in 1931, according to the city directory.
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Johnny D. Gowin (19) married Teresa A. Benson (17) on December 25, 1974 according to Brown County marriage records.
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John Henry Gowin died February 05, 1969 according to Brown County death records.
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Melba Louise Gowin was born March 8, 1940 in Brown County, according to BVS File 20856.
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Perry Glenn Gowin (21) married Ora Mae Turner (18) on September 24, 1966 according to Brown County marriage records. Perry G. Gowin (32) was married again to Jeanne D. Thacker (29) on April 15, 1978 according to Brown County marriage records.
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Susie Mae Gowin died November 18, 1969 according to Brown County death records.
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Faye Gowing, a waitress, lived at 705 Ave B, Brownwood, with her daughter, Cynthia Gowing, who was born in 1949, according to the 1966 city directory of Brownwood.

BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS

Jesse Franklin Goen died October 26, 1995 according to Burleson County death records.
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Andrew Goins died July 15, 1935 in Burleson County, ac­cording to BVS File 31798.
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Annie Goins died January 26, 1932 in Burleson County, ac­cording to BVS File 658.
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Christopher James Goins was born March 28, 1950 in Burleson County, according to BVS File 31380.
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Eva Clyda Goins was born December 31, 1938 in Burleson County, according to BVS File 105631. She was married August 18, 1962 to George Simmons, Jr, according to Travis County Marriage Book 71, page 429. They lived at 1204-B Salinas, Austin, Texas.
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Hattie Elnora Goins died April 21, 1980 according to Burleson County death records.
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Lucy Goins died October 24, 1930 in Burleson County November 23, 1935, according to BVS File 47225.
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Mearlon James Goins was born November 22, 1938 in Burleson County, according to BVS File 95851. He appeared as an employee of Colonial Cafeteria living at 1331 East Pu­laski Street, Ft. Worth, Texas in 1965 and 1967, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.
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Shirley Jean Goins was born in Burleson County December 10, 1936, according to BVS File 95017. She was married to James Willis October 27, 1954 in Travis County, Texas, ac­cording to Travis County Marriage Book 60, page 183. Their address was listed as 808 Food Service Squadron, Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas.
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Thomas Goun, age 17, was listed in the 1860 census of Burleson County, page 66, living in the household of J. C. Anthony, Household No. 435. Thomas Goun was listed as a farm laborer in the census.

CALDWELL COUNTY, TEXAS

R. Gowing was listed as a voter in Caldwell County, Texas, November 5, 1872.
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Darell Russell Goyne was born in Caldwell County September 15, 1949, according to BVS Files.
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Herman O. Goyne was born in 1918. In 1947 he lived at 210 South Rio Grande Street, Lockhart, Texas. He was married to Lillian C. Coopwood January 6, 1947, according to Bexar County, Texas Marriage Book 92, page 203. Children born to Herman O. Goyne and Lillian C. Coopwood Goyne are unknown.
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Mary Katheryn Goyne was born in Caldwell County Novem­ber 27, 1953, according to BVS File 212760.
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Thomas A. Goynes, age 22 was married to Paula Y. Sandridge, age 25 March 16, 1973 according to Caldwell County Marriage Book 28. Children born to Thomas A. Goynes and Paula Y. Sandridge Goynes are unknown.

CALHOUN COUNTY, TEXAS

William Goings died February 21, 1919 in Calhoun County, according to BVS File 6053.
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James Harold Goins died February 07, 1992 according to Calhoun County death records.
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Patricia Ann Goins was born in Calhoun County August 21, 1962, according to BVS File 157340.
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Thomas Everette Goins died September 3, 1961 in Calhoun County, according to BVS File 50214.
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William Dale Goynes died August 7, 1960 in Calhoun County, according to BVS File 46462.
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William R. Goynes died June 12, 1984 according to Calhoun County death records.
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Dale Lee Goynes was born in Calhoun County August 19, 1965, according to BVS File 118082.

CALLAHAN COUNTY, TEXAS

Charles Goin, a pumper for Beams Drilling Company, lived in Baird, Texas in 1942, according to the Abilene, Texas city directory.

Roy L. Goin died February 11, 1974 according to Callahan County death records.

CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS

Marie Magdalene Goens was born in Cameron County May 25, 1962, according to BVS File 76088.
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Sylvester Goens Jr. died August 08, 1995 according to Cameron County death records.
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Gladys Going died September 09, 1992 according to Cameron County death records.
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Mary Lloyd Going was born in Cameron County January 28, 1938, according to BVS File 1578.
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Donald Gene Goins was born in Cameron County February 9, 1952, according to BVS File 18260.
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Frederick D. Goins (37) married Eddie J. Johnson (29) on
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Frederick D. Goins II (19) married Adriana Perez (19) on December 6, 1992 according to Cameron County marriage records.
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Jerry Lee Goins was born in Cameron County March 28, 1944, according to BVS File 171403.
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Margaret Georgine Goins died December 25, 1923, in
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Ronald Earl Goins was born in Cameron County March 12, 1939, according to BVS File 20181.
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James Robert Gowan died November 28, 1980 according to Cameron County death records.
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Linda K. Gowan died May 01, 1973 according to Cameron County death records.
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Mary L. Gowan died May 01, 1973 according to Cameron County death records.
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Frances Gowin Schulte died January 04, 1987 according to Cameron County death records.
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David Gale Goyins was born in Cameron County September 19, 1969, according to BVS File 150420.

CARSON COUNTY, TEXAS

Doyle E. Goines in 1938 and in 1941 was a pumper employed by Magnolia Petroleum Company, according to the Pampa, Texas city directory. He was a resident of Skellytown, Texas at that time. He was married to Elizabeth Howard Septem­ber 4, 1941, according to Hutchinson County Marriage Book 3, page 102. On December 20, 1954 he gave a warranty deed to Clois E. Row­land in Childress County, Texas. Children born to Doyle E. Goines and Elizabeth Howard Goines are unknown.
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Jeanette Alma Goins was married to Edward Newton Gaines April 4, 1953, according to Carson County Marriage Book 6, page 132.

CASS COUNTY, TEXAS

Thomas B. Goyne was born about 1821 in Alabama, according to “Some Early Citizens of Jefferson, Texas,” page 31. The author stated the “Capt. T. B. Goyne” removed to Jefferson, Texas between 1848 and 1851. At that time Jefferson was located in Cass County, Texas.

In “History of Jefferson, Texas and Marion County,” Thomas B. Goyne was referred to as “in business with Harper and Murphy, receiving, forwarding and commission merchants.”

Thomas B. Goyne and his wife Caroline M. Goyne appeared repeatedly in the early day legal records of Cass County. He was a merchant who supplied provisions to farmers all across Texas taking farm mortgages as collateral. Consequently his name appeared in the legal records of many counties of Texas, particularly in East Texas.

“T. Goyne,” believed to be Thomas B. Goyne, received a deed from R. Peters in January 1850, according to Cass County Deed Book D, page 390. On October 6, 1856 Thomas B. Goyne dealt with R. W. Neesmith for half interest in a house and stable in Jefferson, Texas, according to Cass County Deed Book J, page 359.

On November 15, 1857 he gave a deed of conveyance to William Bleax, according to adjoining Marion County, Texas Deed Book 2, page 582. His name also appeared in legal transactions recorded in Marion County Deed Book 4, pages 184, 250 and 441 and Marion County Deed Book 5, pages 327 and 440.

Marion County, Texas was created from Cass County in 1860, and the deed records pertaining to Marion County land was transcribed to Marion County records.

On July 5, 1860 Thomas B. Goyne and Caroline M. Goyne gave a transfer to Russell Williams, according to Cass County Deed Book O, page 308. On the same day Caroline M. Goyne received a deed from Archie G. Gary, according to Cass County Deed Book O, page 310.

Thomas B. Goyne was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1860 census of Marion County, Beat 3, Household 132-141:

“Goyne, Thomas B. 39, born in AL, superintendent
Caroline 34, born in MS, wife,
Leavett, Gus ??, printer”

In 1862 Thomas B. Goyne received a bill of sale from W. B. Pruitt for “a negro boy named Roberson, age about 20, of cooper color, sound mind and body and a slave for life.” Con­sideration was $1,500, according to Cass County Deed Book P, page 269. In 1867 T. B. Goyne & Company received 15 mortgages on property on farmers in the area for provisions and supplies he advanced to them on the production of their crops.

Thomas B. Goyne was registered as a Voter No. 1541 January 15, 1869 in the voter registration of Marion County. The registration recorded that he was a native of Tennessee who had been living in the state and county for 19 years.

Thomas B. Goyne was enumerated in the 1870 census of Marion County, living in the city of Jefferson, Texas, Ward 4, Household 137-141:

“Goyne, Thomas B. 50, born in TN, white, merchant
Caroline 46, wife, white, keeping house,
born in MS”

Thomas B. Goyne “of Marion County, Texas” gave a warranty deed to Drury Connally March 2, 1872 to 105.25 acres in Hopkins County, Texas for $500.00, according to Hopkins County Deed Book O, page 501.

On June 1, 1875 Thomas B. Goyne and Rebecca Hargerty sued T. J. Hudson to recover 535.5 acres of land located on Frazier’s Creek, nine miles southeast of Linden, Texas. The advance was $759.10 in gold coin, according to Cass County Deed Book S4, page 42.

On February 15, 1876 Thomas B. Goyne received a deed from J. H. Bemis, according to Cass County Deed Book X, page 348.

The firm of Goyne, Harper & Murphy received 71 acres of land from W. W. Barker March 21, 1876 located 11 miles northwest of Sulphur Springs, Texas for $300, according to Hopkins County, Texas Deed Book T, page 145.

Thomas B. Goyne of Marion County gave a warranty deed to S. M. Hargarty on April 10, 1876 for 400 acres in Wise County, Texas for $1,000, according to Wise County Deed Book M, page 587. This transaction amounted to $13, 204.71.

T. B. Goyne & Company received a judgment against Wilson & Mills on Wise County land on April 24, 1876, according to Wise County Deed Book 5, page 300.

Many negroes, perhaps descendants of the slaves of Thomas B. Goyne, appeared in the legal records of Cass County.
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Amera Goens was married to Wiley Thompson August 28, 1897, according to Cass County Marriage Book 7, page 163.
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Durie Lee Goin was married to Ulysses Jones July 10, 1916, according to Cass County Marriage Book 11, page 219.
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Miss A. V. Goins was married to Clifford Rogers April 30, 1922, according to Cass County Marriage Book 12, page 223.
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Miss Dewey Lee Goins was married to Mance Smith March 24, 1923, according to Cass County Marriage Book 12, pages 331 and 335.
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Dewey Morris Goins Sr. died April 04, 1993 according to Cass County death records.
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Miss Faye Goins was married to Clifford Rogers September 18, 1927, according to Cass County Marriage Book 13, page 380.
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George Goins and wife deeded 75 acres to A. G. Elliott, Jr, agent, on January 29, 1915, according to Cass County Deed Book B-4, page 419.
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J. S. Goins et ux gave a deed to John C. Rogers August 12, 1930, according to Cass County Deed Book T-5, page 549.
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Lou Goins was married to Will Hawkins January 17, 1891, ac­cording to Cass County Marriage Book 6, page 381.
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W. T. Goins was the father of an infant born in Cass County December 15, 1917, according to BVS File 55026.
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Norma Gouns was married to Leon Powell January 13, 1927, according to Cass County Marriage Book 13, page 305.
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John Gowens was married to Della Kelley October 11, 1894, according to Cass County Marriage Book 7, page 150. Chil­dren born to John Gowens and Della Kelley Gowens are un­known.
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Dorcus Gowin was married to Amos Cole September 25, 1884, according to Cass County Marriage Book 5, page 301.
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M. C. Gown had a real estate transaction with Texas Caddo Land & Oil Company June 28, 1911, according to Cass County Deed Book W3, page 32.
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A. V. Goyne deeded 135 acres to Roger E. Wheeler March 15, 1948, according to Cass County Deed Book 247, page 437. A. V. Goyne and Amie Goyne gave an oil & gas deed to R. E. Smith June 25, 1951 to 135 acres of land, according to Cass County Deed Book 263, page 609.
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John Goyne, a negro, appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Cass County, Enumeration District 22, page 16, precinct 3. The family was listed as:

“Goyne, John 29, born in TX in March 1871
Della 28, born in TX in May 1872
Alice N. 9, born in TX in May 1891
Maxey 5, born in TX in Feb. 1895, son
L. C. 3, born in TX in Oct. 1897, son
Katie 1, born in TX in Nov. 1899”
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Gladdy Ann Goynes, negress, daughter of Theodore Goynes and Ora Lee Griggsby Goynes, was born at Marion, Texas October 6, 1953, according to Cass County Birth Book 15, page 147. Theodore Goynes, age 20, was born at Linden, Texas and lived on Route 3, Jefferson, Texas. Ora Lee Grig­gsby Goynes was born at Jefferson.
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Herschel Goynes, negro, was born May 12, 1915 at Linden. He was married to Belle Zora Washington February 12, 1932, according to Cass County Marriage Book K, page 12. Belle Zora Washington was born there September 26, 1912. Herschel Goynes worked for the railroad in 1933. In 1941 they were living at Route 3, Linden, Texas. Belle Zora Washington Goynes was killed February 25, 1941 when she was struck by an automobile, according to Cass County Death Book 5, page 196. Herschel Goynes was then remarried to Ida Lee Horsley February 11, 1942, according to Cass County Marriage Book 16, page 251.

Herschel Goynes enlisted in the U. S. Army October 31, 1942 and served in northern France and Rhineland, according to his discharge record in Cass County Discharge Book 5, page 162. He was discharged January 7, 1946 to return to his home on Route 3, Linden where his four dependants lived. Herschel Goynes was married to Perneatha Wallace, ac­cording to Smith County, Texas Marriage Book 46, page 166. Of Herschel Goynes and Perneatha Wallace Goynes nothing more is known.

Children born to Herschel Goynes and Belle Zora Wash­ington Goynes include:

[infant] born March 14, 1932
Johnnie Louise Goynes born June 16, 1933

Johnnie Louise Goynes, daughter of Herschel Goynes and Belle Zora Washington Goynes, was born June 16, 1933, ac­cording to Cass County Probate Book 33, page 49 and Book 34, page 160. The birth was attested to by Ida Lee Horsley Goynes and T. J. Goynes.
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Herschel Goynes was born May 15, 1912 in Cass County according to BVS File 485503.
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Hershel George Goynes was born in Cass County August 24, 1942, according to BVS File 73069.
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Hershel H. Goynes, white, was born in Texas in 1921. He was married about 1940 to Willie Marie Spearman who was born in Louisiana in 1922. In 1944 he was employed as a log cutter and lived at Scroggins, Texas.

Children born to Hershel H. Goynes and Willie Marie Spear­man Goynes include:

James Earnest Goynes born in 1944

James Earnest Goynes, son of Hershel H. Goynes and Willie Marie Spearman Goynes, was born at Scroggins in 1944, according to Cass County Birth Book 10, page 65. He was married about 1963 to Vanessa Alyne Price, who was born in Texas in 1948. In 1964 he was employed as a seismographer by Roy Geophysical. In 1966 he was a machinist employed by R. G. LeTourneau Company and lived at 215 Hill Street, Longview, Texas.

Children born to James Earnest Goynes and Vanessa Alyne Price Goynes include:

Claud Edwin Goynes born December 31, 1964
Gloria Jean Goynes born May 15, 1966

Claud Edwin Goynes, son of James Earnest Goynes and Vanessa Alyne Price Goynes was born in Winnsboro, Texas December 31, 1964, according to Wood County Birth Certificate 15598. He died shortly afterwards.

Gloria Jean Goynes, daughter of James Earnest Goynes and Vanessa Alyne Price Goynes, was born at Winnsboro May 15, 1966, according to Wood County Birth Certificate No. 15872.
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George Goynes, a negro, was born June 12, 1887, the son of George Goynes and Maranda Goynes, and lived at Linden, according to Ella Goynes, informant. He died October 30, 1949 of coronary occlusion, according to Cass County Death Book 7, page 104.
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George Goynes gave a deed to Bartlett & Putman for 526 acres, January 23, 1930, according to Cass County Deed Book N-5, page 558.
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George Hershel Goynes, Jr, son of George Hershel Goynes and Betty Jean Thompson Goynes, was born February 12, 1963, according to Cass County Birth Book 18, page 527. The father, a seismogra­pher, was born in Texas in 1944. Betty Jean Thompson Goynes was born in Arkansas in 1945. The couple lived on Route 1, Bloomberry, Texas.
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Houston Hershel Goynes was born September 26, 1901, accord­ing to BVS File 942687. Houston Hershel Goynes gave a min­eral deed to R. J. Wheeler in June 1952, according to Cass County Deed Book 276, page 535.

Houston Hershel Goynes, negro, was married to Bernice Mitchell May 30, 1929, according to Cass County Marriage Book 14, page 24. Bonnie B. Goynes, son of Houston Goynes, age 27, a railroad worker born in Linden, and Bernice Mitchell Goynes, was born May 14, 1926, according to Cass County Birth Book 45, page 103. On June 4, 1945 he enlisted in the U. S. Army Air Corps from Daingerfield, Texas. He was discharged November 5, 1946 as a corporal, according to Morris County, Texas Dis­charge Book 3, page 62. Bonnie B. Goynes was married to Dorothy Washington May 17, 1952, according to Cass County Marriage Book 18, page 173.
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Ollie V. Goynes was married to Emanuel Jones January 30, 1919, according to Cass County Marriage Book 11, page 524.
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Miss Rachel Goynes was married to Johnnie Gray December 9, 1936, according to Cass County Marriage Book 16, page 149.
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R. K. Goynes, white male, was born October 16, 1917 at Hemphill, Texas. He was married about 1937 to Dorothy May Byrum, who was born in Cass County in 1922. R. K. Goynes en­listed in the U. S. Army June 11, 1945 and was dis­charged De­cember 18, 1945, according to Cass County Dis­charge Book 5, page 8. At that time he was listed as a laborer with four depen­dants, living at Atlanta, Texas.

Abba Lee Goynes, daughter of R. K. Goynes and Dorothy May Byrum Goynes, was born at Atlanta February 6, 1939, according to Cass County Birth Book 39, page 526 and BVS File 1189624.

“Bob Franklin Goins third son of R. K. Goins and Dorothy Goins,” was born February 21, 1943, according to Cass County Birth Book 9, page 404. R. K. Goins, defense worker, white 24, was born in Texas in 1919. Dorothy Goins was born in Texas in 1922.
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Ray Keith Goynes was born in Cass County January 21, 1941, according to BVS File 1508.
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T. Goynes, negro, was born January 23, 1932, the son of Georgie Goynes and Ella Davis Goynes, Linden, accord­ing to Cass County Birth Book 3, page 218.
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T. J. Goynes and wife, Donie Goynes gave a deed to L. L. Harper May 2, 1922 on 115.5 acres, according to Cass County Deed Book S-4. pages 359 and 360. Donie Goynes was later re­married to Dock Tamplin on April 7, 1923, according to Cass County Marriage Book 12, page 336. T. J. Goynes gave an oil and gas lease to R. E. Smith on 67 acres in Cass County June 15, 1951, according to Cass County Deed Book 263, page 469.
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Theodore Goynes, negro, was born as an “illegitimate son” of Gladys Davis at Lanier, Texas April 4, 1932, according to Cass County Birth Book 3, page 231.
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Thomas Goynes, negro, was born in Texas in August 1871, ac­cording to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He was married to Adeline Lockett March 22, 1894, according to Cass County Marriage Book 7, page 113. She was born March 12, 1878, ac­cording to her death record.

He appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Cass County, Enumeration District 18, page 3, precinct 1:

“Goyne, Thomas 28, born in TX in August 1871
Adeline 25, born in TX in March 1875
Huland 5, born in TX in Nov. 1894, twin
Homer 5, born in TX in Nov. 1894, twin
Hallie 3, born in TX in Nov. 1896”

Adeline Lockett Goynes died March 15, 1943 of a cerebral hemorrhage, according to Cass County Death Book 5, page 450. She was buried in Salem Cemetery at Linden, according to T. J. Goynes, informant.

Children born to Thomas Goynes and Adeline Lockett Goynes include:

Hulan Edwin Goynes born November 26, 1895
Homer Goynes born November 26, 1895
Hallie Goynes born in November 1896

Hulan Edwin Goynes, son of Thomas Goynes and Adeline Lockett Goynes, was born in Cass County November 26, 1895, according to BVS File 1013229. He was married to Hester Hawkins December 17, 1921, according to Cass County Marriage Book 12. page 186. Hulan Edwin Goynes and Hester Hawkins Goynes were the parents of a stillborn baby girl, April 8, 1924, according to Cass County Birth Book 3, page 11.

Hulan Edwin Goynes was married to Willie Mae Harrison Octo­ber 16, 1926, according to Cass County Marriage Book 13, page 258.

Children born to Hulan Edwin Goynes and Willie Mae Har­rison Goynes include:

Harold Van Goynes born September 2, 1945

Harold Van Goynes, son of Hulan Edwin Goynes and Willie Mae Harrison Goynes was born in Bowie County, Texas, September 2, 1945, according to Bowie County Birth Book 53, page 577.

Mrs. Willie Mae Harrison Goynes, “widow of Hulan E. Goynes” in 1974 lived at 1105 Sulphur Street, Texarkana, Texas, accord­ing to the city directory. Hulen E. Goynes, ob­viously a descen­dant, was born in Bowie County December 17, 1964, according to BVS File 211686.

Homer Goynes, son of Thomas Goynes and Adeline Lockett Goynes, was born November 26, 1895 in Cass County. He ap­peared as a five year-old in the 1900 census of his father’s household in Cass County.

Hallie Mae Goynes, daughter of Thomas Goynes and Ade­line Lockett Goynes, was born in November 1896, according to her enumeration in the 1900 census of Cass County. She appeared as a three year-old in her father’s household. She was married to Sam Gray March 25, 1926, according to Dal­las County, Texas Marriage Book 42, page 602.
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Tom Goynes gave an oil & gas lease to J. E. Tonahill to 88 acres October 6, 1919, according to Cass County Deed Book Q4, page 334.
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Velma Maxine Goynes was born in Cass County March 1, 1940, according to BVS File 21197.
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Y. Z. Goynes, was born in Texas about 1900. “Y. Z. Goines” was married to Verlie Cole January 27, 1917, according to Cass County Marriage Book 11, page 295. He was remarried to An­nie Jackson June 2, 1928, according to Cass County Marriage Book 13, page 502. “Y. Z. Goines” and his wife was joined by Tom Goines and his wife in deeding 126 “Y. Z. Goines” and wife deeded 37. Later Y. Z. Goynes was married to Mrs. Martha Jewel Allison in Greenville, Texas, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 34, page 489. His name appeared in the Index to Criminal Minutes for “possession of illicit liquor,” and he drew a $100 fine in case No. 12242, Hunt County. In case No. 14927 he drew a $100 fine for bootlegging.

In the 1962 city directory of Greenville he appeared as a con­crete finisher for Daniels Construction Company of Dallas, and he lived at 3618 Delton. In the 1970 and 1972 editions he lived at the same address and was listed as retired.

Children born to Y. Z. Goynes and Verlie Cole Goynes in­clude:

R. V. Goynes born December 15, 1918

R. V. Goynes was born December 15, 1918, according to Cass County Birth Book 41, page 29. In 1937 he was married to Mollie Davis at Greenville, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 28, page 387. On June 14, 1941 he was re­married to Allie Pearl Whetstone, according to Cass County Marriage Book 16, page 149. In 1946 R. V. Goynes was re­married to Margie Faye Pope in Greenville, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 33, page 171.

R. V. Goynes was listed in the Index to Criminal Minutes as Hunt County Case No. 12642, Book 11, page 124, and his drivers license was suspended November 29, 1949. Children born to R. V. Goynes, Mollie Davis Goynes and Allie Pearl Whetstone Goynes are unknown.
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Yulanda Garvinetta Goynes, negress, daughter of Garvey Goynes and Ivy Lee Dirden Goynes, was born May 8, 1964, according to Cass County Deed Book 19, page 175. Garvey Goynes, a pulpwood contractor, was born in Texas in 1924, and Ivy Lee Dirden Goynes was born in Texas in 1934. They lived on Route 1, Jefferson, Texas.

CASTRO COUNTY, TEXAS

Franklin Going died March 26, 1967 according to Castro County death records.

CHAMBERS COUNTY, TEXAS

Julius Goines (80) married Gladys T. Nance (78) on August 22, 1982 according to Chambers County Marriage records.

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Bo Alonzo Going died June 10, 1981 according to Chambers County death records.

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James L. Going (45) married Delores A. Dew (40) on August 13, 1982 according to Chambers County marriage records. He remarried Winnie M. Johnston (52) on April 17, 1992 according to Chambers County marriage records.

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William D. Going (18) married Dawn M. Aswell (18) on November 9, 1978 according to Chambers County marriage records.
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James A. Goins (15) married Tammie K. Chastain (15) on January 13, 1979 according to Chambers County marriage records.
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Ben Hall Guynes died April 05, 1992 according to Chambers County death records.

CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS

John M. Goans, a 35 year-old single carpenter, appeared in the 1850 census of Cherokee County, Texas, page 865. He, a native of North Carolina, was living in the household of Thomas G. Moore, No. 411.

John M. Goans, “of Anderson County, Texas,” gave a deed to Jesse T. Jones, according to Cherokee County Deed Book K, page 490. Consideration was $150 on the land located five miles southeast of Rusk, Texas. Later Samuel A. Erwin paid John M. Goans $690 for the property.

On February 17, 1858 John M. Goans, still a resident of Anderson County, gave a deed to Crittenden Chandler for 110 acres of land in Ira L. Wilson Headright, patent No. 340, according to Cherokee County Deed Book M, page 453. Consideration was $400.

On October 11, 1861 John W. Goins of Anderson County gave a deed certificate to Lewis and Nancy Waggoner of Cherokee County on one-half of 1,280 acres given to George Lindsey, “a soldier in the Army of Texas on December 14, 1837,” according to Cherokee County Deed Book Q, page 410.
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Teresa Lanette Goins was born in Cherokee County March 13, 1960, according to BVS File 58236.
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Bonnie Essie Gowin died October 01, 1964 according to Cherokee County death records.
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Bryan Douglas Gowin was born “after 1968,” according to Cherokee County Birth Book 66.
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Douglas Arlon Gowin (19) married Janis Lee Sadler (18) on June 25, 1966 according to Cherokee County marriage records.
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Eddie T. Gowin was listed in the Turney, Texas telephone di­rectory in 1972.
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Eddie Travis Gowin was born September 15, 1949 in Chero­kee County, according to BVS File 124980.
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Edgar F. Gowin died April 8, 1976 according to Cherokee County death records.
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Evelyn Christine Gowin was born in Cherokee County Octo­ber 10, 1933, according to BVS File 77765.
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Floretta Gowin was born “after 1968,” according to Cherokee County Birth Book 66, page 433.
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Floyd Gowin died May 02, 1980 according to Cherokee County death records.
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G. W. Gowin was the father of an infant born in Cherokee County in March, 1926, according to BVS File 15373.
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George E. Gowin died November 17, 1972 according to Cherokee County death records.
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James Prentice Gowin, second child of Vertis Gowin and America Christine Maddox Gowin, was born January 14, 1938 at Jacksonville, Texas, according to Cherokee County Birth Book 12, page 204. About 1962 he was married to Betty Ann Berry. In 1959 he was a lumber company worker at Jacksonville. In December 1966 James Prentice Gowin was the water superintendant of Centerville, Texas.

Children born to James Prentice Gowin and Betty Ann Berry Gowin include:

James Robert Gowin born August 26, 1959
Anita Christine Gowin born December 12, 1966

James Robert Gowin, son of James Prentice Gowin and Betty Ann Berry Gowin, was born August 26, 1959, according to Cherokee County Birth Book 52, page 108.

Anita Christine Gowin, daughter of James Prentice Gowin and Betty Ann Berry Gowin, was born December 12, 1966, according to Freestone County, Texas Birth Book 12, page 373.
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Jewel Riddy Gowin died August 05, 1988 according to Cherokee County death records.
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Lorenzo D. Gowin died February 16, 1976 according to Cherokee County death records.
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Mary O. Gowin died July 10, 1978 according to Cherokee County death records.
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Mary Ruby Gowin died October 9, 1964 in Cherokee County, according to BVS File 61810.
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Oma Travis Gowin was born in Cherokee County in 1924. About 1941 he was married to Joyce Louise Sides who was born in 1925. He was a farmer living near Jacksonville, Texas. In 1972 he was listed in the telephone directory of Turney.

Children born to Oma Travis Gowin and Joyce Louise Sides Gowen include:

Joyce Arline Gowin born August 12, 1942
Oma Jean Gowin born April 3, 1945
Judy Carolyn Gowin born July 21, 1947

Joyce Arline Gowin, first child of Oma Travis Gowin and Joyce Louise Sides Gowin, was born August 12, 1942, ac­cording to Cherokee County Birth Book 18, page 119.

Oma Jean Gowin, second child of Oma Travis Gowin and Joyce Louise Sides Gowin, was born April 3, 1945, according to Cherokee County Birth Book 36, page 154.

Judy Carolyn Gowin, third child of Oma Travis Gowin and Joyce Louise Sides Gowin, was born July 21, 1947, according to Cherokee County Birth Book 40, page 76.
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Tommie Gowin died in Cherokee County October 24, 1959, according to BVS File 54311.
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Travis Gowin was born in Cherokee County, July 27, 1920, according to BVS File 34400.
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William Leon Gowin died February 24, 1989 according to Cherokee County death records.
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Carroll Gowins was born in Cherokee County, July 27, 1920, according to BVS File 34400.
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W. L. Gown, negro, second child of “Right Gown and Luerna Hearndon Gown, was born March 21, 1931, according to Cherokee County Birth Book 6, page 388. Right Gown, Rusk, Texas, was a farmer born in Texas, as was his wife.
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Bill Goynes, born June 20, 1904, died September 9, 1973, and “Nila Goynes,” born July 29, 1901, have headstones in Lynch Chapel Cemetery located west of Alto, Texas according to “Cemeteries of Southern Cherokee County, Texas,” by Helen Woodell Crawford. Mrs. Mary Nyla Goynes, 25-year resident of Alto, died July 8, 1980 “in a Tyler hospital” at age 78, according to her obituary in the “Cherokee County Banner” of July 10, 1980. She was buried in Lynches Chapel Cemetery near Alto.
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Gertrude Ann Guynes died July 22, 1992 according to Cherokee County death records.
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Enumerated in the 1860 census of Cherokee County were:

H. L. McGowan Household No. 823
S. A. McGowan Household No. 823
William McGowan Household No. 631

CHILDRESS COUNTY, TEXAS

Jimmie Clyde Going, the son of Clyde William Going and Anna Lou Wright Going, was born in Childress September 5, 1950, according to Childress County Birth Certificate No. 9547.
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Linda Susan Gowin was born in Childress County July 7, 1950, according to BVS File 90045. She was married July 16, 1966 in Hale County, Texas to Ronald Mack Hughes, ac­cording to Hale County Marriage Book 16, page 475.

CLAY COUNTY, TEXAS

A. C. Goens was married to Willie Mabel Newton October 19, 1948, according to Clay County Marriage Book 11, page 290. Of A. C. Goens and Willie Mabel Newton Goens noth­ing more is known.
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Charles William Goins was born in Clay County February 9, 1922, according to BVS File 7767.
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Margaret Ann Goins was married to George Kee Walker April 3, 1952, according to Clay County Marriage Book 13, page 375.
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Marion Willis Goins was married to Zelma Loueller Collier May 15, 1946, according to Clay County Marriage Book 9, page 141. Of Marion Willis Goins and Zelma Loueller Col­lier Goins noth­ing more is known.
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Mary L. Goins was married to Robert L. Halbert June 7, 1948, according to Clay County Marriage Book 11, page 71.
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Fannie Williamson Gowan died September 01, 1967 according to Clay County death records.
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John Gowan, negro, and Ora Gowan were the parents of a son born in Henrietta, Texas, April 7, 1906, according to Clay County Birth Book 2A, page 112. They were also the parents of a son born in Henrietta August 25, 1907.
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Lincoln L. Gowan (18) married Dawn M. Flaharity (17) on August 21, 1992 according to Clay County marriage records.

COCHRAN COUNTY, TEXAS

Gennie Lou Gowan was married to Cleo McVay in Cochran County May 7, 1943, according to Cochran County Marriage Book 1, page 277.

COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS

Jerry Wayne Goan died December 05, 1991 according to Collin County death records.
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Levi Goen, a Cherokee, was born in Tennessee in March 1835, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Collin County. He is identified as Levi Sterling Goen, according Sandy Beard, a descendant, who reports that he was born in Morristown, Tennessee in Hamblen County.

It is believed that he was married in Tennessee about 1853, wife’s name unknown, and remained there until about 1883. It is believed that he was remarried in Tennessee about 1868, wife’s name Jane. It is believed that they lived in Arkansas in 1884 and probably arrived in Collin County in 1888.

Levi Sterling Goen and Jane Goen appeared in the 1900 census of Collin County, Enumeration District 22, page 4, precinct living in the household of his son, William Anderson Goen.

Levi Sterling Goen appeared as an applicant for a grant in “An Index to the Cherokee Applications.” The applications were filed between the years 1908-1910 for funds granted to the Cherokees and their descendants who were alive as of May 28, 1906. His claim was No. 28920, according to Texas Secretary of State records. Children born to Levi Goen and Jane Goen are unknown.

Levi Sterling Goen was buried in Jones County Cemetery located near Anson, Texas. Jane Goen was buried at Gallatin, Texas in Cherokee County.

Children born to Levi Goen and his first wife include:

William Anderson Goen born February 1855

William Anderson Goen, “a white man,” son of Levi Sterling Goen, was born in Tennessee in February 1855, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Collin County. He was married about 1876 to Julia A. Mackinturff, probably in Tennessee. She was born in Tennessee in March 1858. They continued to live in Tennessee until July 1882 and in February 1884 appeared in Arkansas. They were living in Texas, probably Collin County, in May 1888.

William Anderson Goen appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Collin County, Enumeration District 22, page 4, precinct 7. The family was rendered as:

“Goen, William A. 45, born in TN in Feb. 1885
Julia A. 42, born in TN in March 1858
Thomas Luther 19, born in TN in June 1880
Mary A. 17, born in TN in July 1882
Eddie 16, born in AR in Feb. 1884
Samuel [twin] 12, born in TX in May 1888
Henry [twin] 12, born in TX in May 1888
Fannie 10, born in TX in Feb. 1890
Georgie 3, born in TX in Sept. 1896, son
Levi 65, born in TN in March 1835, father
Jane 52, born in TN in Aug. 1847, step-mother”

In 1904 the family lived in Greenville, Texas.

William Anderson Goen filed an application between 1908 and 1910 as a Cherokee entitled to a federal grant, according to “An Index to the Cherokee Applications” filed in the Texas Secretary of State’s Office. His application was given Claim No. 33219.

William Anderson Goen died November 21, 1921, according to the Hunt County, Texas Probate File 2433. He was recorded as bankrupt at the time. Julia A. Mackinturff Goen was appointed administratrix of the estate which consisted of half interest in 57 acres in Cherokee County, valued at $750.

The probate record listed the living children of William Anderson Goen over 21 on November 15, 1921 as “W. R. Goen, Mary Ann Goen Baumgardner, Henry Goen, Fannie Goen Baumgardner, G. D. Goen, John Goen, Claude Goen”.

Children of William Anderson Goen who were deceased on November 25, 1921 were Thomas L. Goen and Ed Anderson Goen. Julia A. Mackinturff Goen died in Hunt County May 28, 1926, according to BVS File 18465.

Julia A. Mackinturff Goen died November 23, 1903, according to her tombstone in Wylie Cemetery, according to “Collin County Cemetery Inscriptions.”

Children born to William Anderson Goen and Julia A. Mackinturff Goen include:

William Roscoe Goen born in November 1876
Thomas Luther Goen born in June 1880
Mary Ann Goen born in July 1882
Eddie Anderson Goen born in February 1884
Samuel L. Goen born in May 1888
Henry Harrison Goen born in May 1888
Fannie BellmGoen born in February 1890
George Dewey Goen born in September 1896
John Wiley Goen born about 1901
Claude Ervin Goen born in 1904″

William Roscoe Goen, son of William Anderson Goen and Julia A. Mackintuff Goen, was born in November 1876 in Tennessee, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Cherokee County. He was married about 1898, wife’s name Laura. Laura Goen was born in Kentucky in November 1876.

William Roscoe Goen appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Cherokee County, Enumeration District 17, page 11, precinct 1:

“Goen, William R. 23, born in November 1876 TN
Laura 23, born in November 1876 KY
Willie M. 1, born in July 1899 in TX
daughter”

William Roscoe Goen filed an application between 1908 and 1910 as a Cherokee entitled to a federal grant, according to “An Index to the Cherokee Applications” filed in the Texas Secretary of State’s office. His application was given Claim No. 32252.

William Roscoe Goen was shown in the probate records of his father’s estate in 1921. He died in Brazos County, Texas September 4, 1926, according to BVS File 30762.

Children born to William Roscoe Goen and Laura Goen in­clude:

Willie Lee Goen born July 21, 1899

Willie Lee Goen, daughter of William Roscoe Goen and Laura Goen, was born in Collin County July 21, 1899, ac­cording to BVS File 473847. She appeared in her father’s household in the 1900 census enumeration of Cherokee County as “age 1.”

Thomas Luther Goen, son of William Anderson Goen and Julia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born in Tennessee in June 1880. His parents continued to live in Tennessee in 1882, in Arkansas in 1884 and in Texas by 1888. He appeared in the 1900 census of Collin County, as a 19-year-old living in the household of his father. He was married to Rosie Baker September 15, 1901, according to Hunt County, Texas Mar­riage Book K, page 431.

Thomas Luther Goen filed an application between 1908 and 1910 as a Cherokee entitled to a federal grant, according to “An Index of Cherokee Applications” filed in the Texas Secretary of State’s office. His application was given Claim No. 32251.

Thomas Luther Goen was deceased prior to the probate of his father’s estate on November 15, 1921. Rosie Baker Goen, widow, lived at 1514 Stonewall, Greenville, Texas, according to the 1924 city directory.

Children born to Thomas Luther Goen and Rosie Baker Goen include:

Everett Lonnie Goen born in 1904
Bula Goen born in 1906
Frank William Goen born November 11, 1909
Thomas Eugene Goen born May 25, 1911
Beatrice Lucille Goen born June 28, 1913
Mary Goen born in 1916

Everett Lonnie Goen, son of Thomas Luther Goen and Rosie Baker Goen, was born in 1904, probably in Hunt County. On November 23, 1923 he was married to Opal Bettie Roberts, according to Hunt County Marriage Book W, page 55.

Everett Lonnie Goen, an unemployed mechanic, and his wife Opal Bettie Roberts Goen, lived at 1514 Stonewall, the ad­dress of his mother, in the 1924 city directory of Greenville. He was the father of a child born November 30, 1924, ac­cording to BVS File 75405.

In 1928 Everett Lonnie Goen, a farmer, and Mary Goen, be­lieved to be his sister, lived at 4110 Spencer, according to the Greenville city directory. In 1939 he, a trucker, lived at 3104 Barling, the same address given by William B. Goen, believed to be a son. Four children under 16 were shown to be in the household by the city directory. “E. L. Goen” died December 4, 1943 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 54275.

In 1949 Opal Bettie Roberts Goen, “widow” and a nurse lived at 3014 Barling, according to the Greenville city directory. She continued at that address from that time through 1972. She was listed as a nursery employee of the First Baptist Church of Greenville in each issue of the city directory.

Children born to Everett Lonnie Goen and Opal Bettie Roberts Goen include:

Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr. born December 19, 1925
Otho Morris Goen born April 15, 1927
William B. Goen born about 1928

Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr., son of Everett Lonnie Goen and Opal Bettie Roberts Goen was born December 19, 1925 at Greenville, according to BVS File 979916.

He was enlisted in the U. S. Army April 19, 1944 and was dis­charged October 12, 1944 as a private. His discharge de­scribed him as single, 18, and a truck driver by profession, ac­cording to Hunt County Discharge Book 4, page 284.

Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr. was married to Nettie Lou Graham in 1946, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 33, page 62. Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr, a truck driver, and Nettie Lou Gra­ham Goen appeared in the 1949 city directory of Greenville liv­ing at 2706 Morse Street with one child.

Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr. was married to Mrs. Carolyn Wester in 1966, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 39, page 538. He was shown as an employee of Greenville Cafe, living at 4316 O’Neal in a mobile home, according to the city directory.

In 1970 Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr., an employee of LTV, and Carolyn Wester Goen also employed by LTV, were living on Route Three with their son, William Goen who was born in 1967. In 1972 Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr., an inspector for LTV and Carolyn Wester Goen, were living at 5002 Wellington. Carolyn Wester Goen was also employed by LTV.

Mrs. Nettie Lou Graham Goen, a machine operator at Hen­son’s lived at 1504 Jones with her two sons, Roddin Goen and Randy Goen, according to the 1965 and 1966 Greenville city directory. Mrs. Nettie Lou Graham Goen was married to Allen William Harris in 1966, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 39, page 543.

Children born to Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr. and Nettie Lou Gra­ham Goen include:

Roddin Goen born about 1948
Glenn Randall Goen born July 21, 1953

Children born to Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr. and Carolyn Wester Goen include:

William Goen born in 1967

Glenn Randell Goen, son of Everett Lonnie Goen, Jr. and Net­tie Lou Graham Goen, was born July 21, 1953, according to BVS File 116515, at Greenville. He appeared in the 1970 city directory of Greenville living on Route Three. In the 1972 directory he was listed as a student living at 5002 Wellington.

Otho Morris Goen, son of Everett Lonnie Goen and Opal Bettie Roberts Goen, was born April 15, 1927 at Greenville, according to Hunt County Probate Book 23, page 694.

He enlisted February 5, 1945 in the U. S. Army and was dis­charged November 1, 1946 as a Technician Fifth Grade, according to Hunt County Discharge Book 9, page 522. He gave his address as 3014 Barling Street, Greenville, the ad­dress of his mother.

Otho Morris Goen was married to Bessie P. Shirley in 1949, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 34, page 381. Of Bessie P. Shirley Goen nothing more is known. Otho Morris Goen, partsman for Little’s Inc. at Wolfe City, Texas and his “wife, Hazel Goen,” were listed in the 1962 city directory of Greenville.

Children born to Otho Morris Goen and Bessie P. Shirley Goen include:

Otho Morris Goen, Jr. born March 3, 1964

Otho Morris Goen, Jr, son of Otho Morris Goen and Bessie P. Shirley Goen was born March 3, 1964 in Harris County, Texas, according to BVS Files.

William B. Goen, son of Lonnie Everett Goen and Opal Bettie Roberts Goen was born about 1928. He died November 30, 1929, according to Hunt County Death Book 6, page 115.

Bula Goen, daughter of Thomas Luther Goen and Rosie Baker Goen, was born in 1906, probably in Greenville. Nothing more is known of this individual.

Frank William Goen, son of Thomas Luther Goen and Rosie Baker Goen, was born November 11, 1909, according to Collin County Birth Book 2, page 173.

He was married about 1932 to Allie Ray Sprinkle who was born July 16, 1913. She was born to Elisha Parish Sprinkle and Flora A. Freeman Sprinkle who were married in 1893 at Rocky Station, Virginia, in Lee County, according to Margaret L. Sopp.

Frank William Goen and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen were the parents of a child born April 6, 1933 in Hunt County, according to BVS File 30287. He, a, truck driver, and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen lived at 2216 Stuart, according to the 1937 Greenville city directory. In 1939 he was listed as a trucker, living at 1221 Walworth. Included in his household were two children under 16. In 1949 Frank William Goen, trucker, continued to live at 1221 Walworth. Four children under 18 were included in his household in that year.

The name of Frank William Goen appeared several times from 1946 through 1952 in the index to Criminal Minutes of Hunt County. Charges filed against him were recorded in Minute Book 9, page 206, 245 and 483; Minute Book 10, pages 174, and 211; Minute Book 11, page 359; and Minute Book 12, page 299.

Frank William Goen, owner of Goen & Son Truck Line and Goen Trading Post, and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen, employed by the Fabric Shop, were listed in the 1959 city directory of Greenville, living at 1221 Walworth. Goen Trading Post was located at 2306 Jordan. Goen & Son Truck Line, a partnership composed of Frank William Goen and sons, Don William Goen and Perry Ray Goen, was located at 2306 Jordan.

Frank William Goen and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen continued to live at 1221 Walworth, according to the 1962 city directory of Greenville. They were shown as owners of the Remnant Shop and Goen Trading Post at 2306 Jordan. Reba Goen was listed as the manager of the Remnant Shop.

Apparently Frank William Goen and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen were divorced about 1964. He was remarried to Mrs. Ouida Faye Bailey in 1965, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 39, page 235. In the city directory of 1965 Frank William Goen, partner in Goen Trading Post, and Ouida Faye Bailey Goen, an employee of LTV, lived at 1226 Skyline Drive with her daughter Lisa Bailey.

Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen continued to live at 1221 Walworth through 1972 and was a partner in the Club Cafe with her son, Don William Goen. The partnership was listed as manager of the Club Cafe in each addition of the city directory through 1972. She died February 14, 1992.

Frank William Goen and Ouida Faye Bailey Goen continued to be listed at 1226 Skyline Drive through 1972. He continued as the proprietor of the Goen Trading Post at 2204 Lee. A gun shop was added in 1972. He died August 17, 1977.

Children born to Frank William Goen and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen include:

Don William Goen born April 6, 1933
Perry Ray Goen born about 1937
Jerry Wayne Goen born January 4, 1944

Don William Goen, son of Frank William Goen and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen, was born April 6, 1933 probably in Greenville. About 1955 he was married, wife’s name Erma L. Don William Goen, partner in Goen & Son Truck Line, and Erma L. Goen and two children lived at 2910 James, according to the 1959 city directory of Greenville.

In 1962 he was listed as a partner in the Renmant Shop contin­uing to live at 2910 James, according to the city directory. He was also listed as an aircraft worker for Temco. In 1965 he was listed as an employee of LTV and partner with his mother in the Club Cafe. In that year and continuing through 1972 his family lived at 1314 Park and his employment remained the same. Erma L. Goen was listed in 1972 as a beauty operator at Kut & Kurl Beauty Shop.

Children born to Don William Goen and Erma L. Goen in­clude:

Michael Ray Goen born October 19, 1956
Michelle Goen born May 16, 1956
Lynette Goen born October 7, 1962

Perry Ray Goen, son of Frank William Goen and Allie Goen, was born about 1937, probably in Greenville. About 1958 he was married, wife’s name Geraldine.

Perry Ray Goen, an employee of Temco and Geraldine Goen, an employee of Goen & Son Truck Line, lived at 2824 Hemphill, according to the 1959 city directory of Greenville. In 1962 Perry Ray Goen, production controlman for Temco and Geraldine Goen, a typist for the same company, lived at 4016 Gordon with their two sons, according to the city di­rectory.

Perry Ray Goen and Geraldine Goen received a warranty deed to property in Greenville June 4, 1962, according to Hunt County Deed Book 606, page 276. From 1965 through 1972 Perry Ray Goen and Geraldine Goen lived at 2405 Davis Circle with their two children. Perry Ray Goen was employed by LTV during that period.

Children born to Perry Ray Goen and Geraldine Goen in­clude:

Ervin F. Goen born in 1960
Trent Wayne Goen born February 10, 1961

Jerry Wayne Goen, son of Frank William Goen and Allie Ray Sprinkle Goen, was born January 4, 1944, in Hunt County, according to BVS File 7624. He appeared in the 1962 city directory of Greenville as the owner of Jerry’s Cafe living in the home of his mother at 1221 Walworth. At that time he was a freshman at East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas.

In the 1966 city directory Jerry Wayne Goen, an employee of LTV and Judy Ann Griffith Goen, his wife, lived at 2211 Stu­rart. Later she was listed as a teacher at Greenville High School living at 2900 Robin. In the 1970 city directory Jerry Wayne Goen, a supervisor for LTV, Judy Ann Griffith and their son, Jeffrey Wayne Goen lived at 6320 Stonewall.

Children born to Jerry Wayne Goen and Judy Ann Griffith Goen included:

Jeffrey Wayne Goen born August 8, 1968

Jeffery Wayne Goen, son of Jerry Wayne Goen and Judy Grif­fith Goen, was born August 8, 1968, according to Hunt County Birth Certificate No. 31213.

Thomas Eugene Goen, son of Thomas Luther Goen and Rosie Baker Goen, was born May 25, 1911 in Greenville, ac­cording to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 25, page 72.

Beatrice Lucille Goen, daughter of Thomas Luther Goen and Rosie Baker Goen, was born June 28, 1913 in Greenville, ac­cording to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 20, page 432.

Mary Goen, daughter of Thomas Luther Goen and Rosie Baker Goen, was born in 1916. She appeared in the estate pro­bate of her grandfather November 15, 1921.

Mary Ann Goen, daughter of William Anderson Goen and Ju­lia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born in Tennessee in July 1882. Her parents lived in Arkansas in 1884 and in Texas in 1888. She was enumerated as a 17-year-old in the 1900 census of her father’s household in the 1900 census of Collin County. She was married April 5, 1915 to James H. Baumgardner, according to Camp County, Texas Marriage Book 5, page 583. She was referred to in her father’s probate records dated November 25, 1921. Six children were born to them.

Eddie Anderson Goen, son of William Anderson Goen and Ju­lia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born in Arkansas in February 1884, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. His family removed to Texas prior to May 1888. He was enumer­ated as a 16-year-old in his father’s household in the 1900 cen­sus of Collin County, Texas. He was married to Rosa D. Wood, daughter of W. A. Wood and Nancy Wood, September 21, 1903, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 1, page 485. In 1904 they lived in Hunt County.

He was a farmer living at Ovalo, Texas in 1906. He died October 30, 1918 in Hunt County, according to BVS File 42054.

Children born to Eddie Anderson Goen and Rosa D. Wood in­clude:

Stella Goen born in 1904
Ernest R. Goen born January 27, 1906
Henry Bedford born March 21, 1908
Louis O. Goen born in 1911
Wayne R. Goen born October 18, 1913
William Leroy Goen born in 1915

Stella Goen, daughter of Ed A. Goen and Rosa D. Wood Goen, was born in 1904 in Hunt County.

Ernest R. Goen, son of Eddie Anderson Goen and Rosa D. Wood, was born January 27, 1906, according to Taylor County, Texas Birth Book 1, page 102. His parents were residents of Winters, Texas at that time.

He was married to Fannie Gaston about 1927. She was born in Texas in 1907. In 1928 Ernest R. Goen was a farmer near Win­ters. Ernest R. Goen, a section foreman for Texas & Pa­cific Railway, and Fannie Gaston Goen, a nurse’s aide at Hendricks Hospital, lived at 3025 Waverly Avenue, according to the 1953 city directory of Abilene, Texas. In 1955 Fannie Gaston Goen lived at 242 South 8th Street, according to the city directory.

Children born to Ernest R. Goen and Fannie Gaston Goen in­clude:

Burnice Devon Goen born June 12, 1928
Ernestine Marie Goen born about 1932
Jimmy Raymond Goen born September 22, 1948

Burnice Devon Goen, son of Ernest R. Goen and Fannie Gaston Goen, was born in Ballinger, Texas June 12, 1928, ac­cording to Runnells County, Texas Birth Book CC7, page 359. He was married to Voleen Faye Hudson May 24, 1951, according to Runnells County Marriage Book 11, page 283.

Burnice Devon Goen was listed in the 1955 city directory of Abilene as a fireman living at 842 East North 13th Street. Voleen Faye Hudson Goen was a secretary for Ace Air Condi­tioning. Living at the same address in 1955 was H. T. Goen, a truck driver. In 1953 H. T. Goen lived at 1141 Rogers.

Ernestine Marie Goen, daughter of Ernest R. Goen and Fannie Gaston Goen, was born about 1932, probably in Run­nells County. She was married to Albert Bailey Johnes of Route 1, Winters, May 14, 1955 according to Runnells County Marriage Book 11, page 592.

Jimmie Raymond Goen, son of Ernest R. Goen and Fannie Gaston Goen, was born in Abilene September 22, 1948, ac­cording to Taylor County Birth Book 35, page 53.

He was married to Rebecca Jean Spergle February 2, 1969, ac­cording to Taylor County Marriage Book 38, page 579. Of Jimmie Raymond Goen and Rebecca Jean Spergle Goen noth­ing more is known.

Henry Bedford Goen, son of Eddie Anderson Goen and Rosa D. Wood Goen, was born March 21, 1908 at Ovalo, Texas, ac­cording to Taylor County Birth Book 1, page 215. He was married to Miss Lula Fleming January 24, 1930 in Sweetwater, Texas, according to Nolan County, Texas Mar­riage Book 7, page 116.

In 1933 they lived at Winters. He was a veteran of World War II. He was committed to Wichita Falls State Hospital for mental illness April 3, 1950, according to Taylor County Probate Book 21, page 505. He was recommitted for 90 days February 26, 1952, according to Probate Book 25, page 379.

Henry Bedford Goen, laborer, died of “alcoholic asphyxiation” at Big Spring, Texas December 8, 1958 at age 50, according to Howard County Texas death records. His usual residence was listed as 758 Pecan Street, Abilene, Texas. He was buried in Abilene Cemetery.

Children born to Henry Bedford Goen and Lula Flemming Goen include:

Harley Bedford Goen born in 1930

Harley Bedford Goen, son of Henry Bedford Goen and Lula Flemming Goen, was born in 1930. He died of diphtheria February 16, 1933 at Sweetwater, according to Nolan County Death Book 4, Page 241. He was two years, nine months old and was buried at Sweetwater.
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Louis O. Goen, son of Eddie Anderson Goen and Rosa D. Wood Goen, was born in 1910 in Hunt County. He was mar­ried June 30, 1931 to Elizabeth Thomas, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 12, page 548. Louis O. Goen was a railroad section worker at that time. Elizabeth Thomas Goen was born in 1913 in Alabama.

Children born to Louis O. Goen and Elizabeth Goen include:

Roselene Goen born November 19, 1932

Roselene Goen, daughter of Louis O. Goen and Elizabeth Thomas Goen, was born at Ovalo, Texas November 19, 1932, according to Taylor County Birth Book O, page 118.

Wayne R. Goen, son of Eddie Anderson Goen and Rosa D. Wood Goen, was born October 18, 1913 in Greenville, Texas, according to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 1. page 492. He was married to Connie Lee Price October 24, 1933, ac­cording to Runnells County Marriage Book 7, page 533. Connie Lee Price was born in Wood County, Texas in 1915. Wayne R. Goen was a railroad section hand in Winters, Texas in 1934 when their first child was born there.

Connie Lee Price Goen was a resident of Santa Clara County, California later when she gave a deed to property in Winters, Texas, according to Runnells County Deed Book 431, page 458.

Children born to Wayne R. Goen and Connie Lee Price Goen include:

Wanda Gennell Goen born December 18, 1934

Wanda Gennell Goen, daughter of Wayne R. Goen and Connie Lee Price Goen, was born December 18, 1934 in Winters, according to Runnells County Birth Book CC9, page 261.

On April 26, 1952 Wanda Gennell Goen was married to Victor Wallis Poole, according to Rockwell County, Texas Marriage Book 35, page 381. They were residents of Wylie, Texas at the time.

William L. Goen, son of Eddie Anderson Goen and Rosa D. Wood, was born in Texas in 1915. He was married about 1943 to Nadine Jo Kerby, who was born in 1925. In 1944 he was a bus driver employed by the city of Abilene. In the 1944 city di­rectory of Abilene he was a driver for Short Furniture Company and lived at 1324 Locust with his wife, Nadine Jo Kerby Goen and one child. In 1948 he was listed as a baker for Mead’s Bakery and continued to live at 1313 Locust. In 1951 he lived at 1318 Locust. William L. Goen and Nadine Jo Kerby Goen deeded a house and lot to J. D. Johnson February 6, 1946, according to Taylor County Deed Book 340, page 385.

Children born to William L. Goen and Nadine Jo Kerby Goen include:

Florence Geraldeen Goen born January 15, 1944

Florence Geraldeen Goen, daughter of William L. Goen and Nadine Jo Kerby Goen, was born January 15, 1944, according to Taylor County Birth Book 23, page 292.

Samuel L. Goen, twin son of William Anderson Goen and Ju­lia A, Mackinturff Goen, was born in Texas in May 1888. He appeared in the 1900 census of his father’s household in Collin County as a 12-year-old. He was married February 18, 1912 to Mary Alma Webb, according to Hunt County Marriage Book Q, page 108. A child was born to them there January 13, 1913, according to BVS File 16474. Mary Alma Webb Goen, “widow of Samuel L. Goen,” in 1919 lived at 4504 Stonewall, in Greenville, according to the city directory. She was listed as a saleswomen for Perkins Bros. In 1922 she roomed at 4402 Stonewall. Mary Alma Webb Goen was listed in the city directory of 1928.

Henry Harrison Goen, twin son of William Anderson Goen and Julia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born in May 1888, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Collin County. He was enumerated as a 12-year-old living in his father’s household.

He was married to Laura Webb, believed to be a sister to Mary Alma Webb, daughter of John L. Webb November 11, 1911 in Greenville according to Hunt County Marriage Book Q, page 15. In 1912 they lived at Caddo Mills, Texas, and in 1915 they lived at 4104 Pennsylvania, Dallas, Texas, accord­ing to the city directory. Henry Harrison Goen received a warranty deed from his father-in-law February 28, 1919 to a lot in Greenville, according to Hunt County Deed Book 231, page 530. In 1922 they lived at 4505 Stonewall, according to the Greenville city di­rectory. In 1924 they lived at 4511 Stonewall. In 1925 Henry Harrison Goen had removed to Lubbock, Texas and lived at 1411 Avenue F, according to the city directory. They were the parents of an infant born in Dallas County, Texas March 15, 1928, according to BVS File 18113.

By 1937 Henry Harrison Goen and Laura Webb Goen had re­turned to Greenville. He lived at 2208-C O’Neal Street and was listed as unemployed by the city directory. Henry Harri­son Goen was listed in the city directory of Greenville in each edition from 1959 through 1972 as a retiree living at 3800 Bourland Avenue.

Laura Webb Goen died June 12, 1965, according to Hunt County Death Certificate 14864. Henry Harrison Goen died November 17, 1972, in Hunt County.

Children born to Henry Harrison Goen and Laura Webb Goen include:

[daughter] born September 4, 1912
Henry Milford Goen born April 23, 1919
[infant] born March 15, 1928

Henry Milford Goen, son of Henry Harrison Goen and Laura Webb Goen, was born at Greenville April 23, 1919. He, a messenger for Western Union in 1937, lived at 2208-C O’Neal Street, the same address given by Henry Harrison Goen, accord­ing to the city directory. In 1939 he was listed in the Greenville city directory as a lens grinder who lived at 4116 Stuart Street.

In 1954 he was an optician employed by Bausch & Lomb Optical Company of Dallas. His address was given as 3800 Bourland Street, the same as Henry Harrison Goen. He was married, wife’s name Helen Goen, prior to 1954. On August 24, 1954 he enlisted in the U. S. Air Force and was discharged as an airman third class August 27, 1955. He was also shown as a veteran of World War II. His discharge is recorded in Hunt County Discharge Book 13, page 346.

In 1959 he was employed in the shipping department of TEMCO and lived at 3111 Mitchell, an address he maintained through 1972, according to the Greenville City Directory. From 1965 through 1972 he was shown as an employee of LTV Corporation.

Henry Harrison Goen and Laura Webb Goen were the parents of an infant born in Dallas County March 15, 1928. according to BVS File 18113.

Fannie Goen, daughter of William Anderson Goen and Julia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born in Texas in February 1890, according to her enumeration in the 1900 census. At that time she was shown as a 10-year-old living in the household of her father in Collin County. She was married to John Tipton Baumgardner about 1910. He was a brother to James M. Baumgardner who was married to her sister, Mary Ann Goen. She was mentioned in the probate of her father’s estate dated November 25, 1921. Six children were born them.

George Dewey Goen, son of William Anderson Goen and Julia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born in Collin County September 25, 1897. He appeared in the 1900 census of his father’s household as a three-year-old. On April 19, 1919 he was married to Alvon Lucille Dickson who was born in Greenville May 21, 1899. In 1925 they removed to Anton, Texas where they were charter members of Lawrence Street Church of Christ. She taught Sunday School classes there for many years.

George Dewey Goen was the father of a child born in Hockley County July 23, 1928, according to BVS File 53411.

He was an estimator for Forrest Lumber Company and lived at 2510 34th Street, Lubbock, according to the 1944 city di­rectory of Lubbock. In 1952 and 1953 he was listed as man­ager of Forrest Lumber Company at Anton, Texas, according to the city directory. In 1970 he was retired and living at 601 Sylvan Avenue in Anton. He died September 25, 1980 and was buried in Anton Cemetery.

In 1998 she was named Hockley County Senior Citizen of the Year. She died at age 99, January 28, 1999 at Lakeside Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Lubbock, Texas. Her funeral was held January 29, 1999 at the Lawrence Avenue Church of Christ, Larry Bloskas officiating.

Her obituary, published in the “Lubbock Avalanche-Journal” in its January 29, 1999 edition mentioned, “She is survived by two daughters, Loraine Morris of Littlefield and Louise Boothe of Anton, four sisters, four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.”
Children born to George Dewey Goen and Alvon Lucille Dickson Goen include:

Jean Louise Goen born about 1922
Merle Goen born about 1924
Loraine Goen born about 1927

Jeane Louise Goen, daughter of George Dewey Goen and Alvon Lucille Dickson Goen, was born at Anton, according to Hockley County, Texas Birth Book 4, page 625. She was born about 1922. “Louise Goen” was married to Lewis Earl Boothe September 14, 1947, according to Lamb County, Texas Marriage Book 6, page 168. In 1999 they lived at Anton.

Merle Goen, son of George Dewey Goen and Alvon Lucille Dickson Goen, was born about 1924, probably at Greenville, Texas. He died in 1927.

Loraine Goen, daughter of George Dewey Goen and Alvon Lucille Dickson Goen, was born about 1927. She was married about 1948, husband’s name Morris. In 1999 they lived at Littlefield, Texas.

John Wiley Goen, son of William Anderson Goen and Julia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born in Collin County about 1901. On February 14, 1924 he was married to Hiva Savannah [also given as Susanah] Sills, according to Hunt County Marriage Book W, page 170.

John Wiley Goen and his wife, Hiva Savannah Sills Goen of Hockley County, Texas purchased a lot in Anton, August 15, 1929, according to Hockley County Deed Book 27, page 420.

In the 1952-1953 city directory of Anton John Wiley Goen was listed as a laborer. On December 31, 1962 John Wiley Goen and Hiva Savannah Sills Goen sold the lot in Anton to Glen Donn Goen and Mary Maxine Wright Goen for $750, according to Hockley County Deed Book 204, page 104.

In 1970 John Wiley Goen was listed as a custom combine operator and trucker living at 502 Sylvan Avenue, Anton, with his wife.

Children born to John Wiley Goen and Hiva Savannah Sills Goen include:

Glen Donn Goen born in 1928
Ruby June Goen born January 17, 1930
Johnnie Nell Goen born September 5, 1937

Glen Donn Goen, son of John Wiley Goen and Hiva Savan­nah Goen, was born in 1928, in Oklahoma. He was married to Mary Maxine Wright February 18, 1945, according to Gaines County, Texas Marriage Book 4, page 5.

In 1955 Glen Donn Goen, a derrickman, and Mary Maxine Wright Goen who was born in Texas in 1928, lived at 1503 2nd Street in Levelland, Texas. Glen Donn Goen, a rough­neck for Great Western Drilling Company, lived at 107 SE 3rd Street in Andrews, Texas, according to the 1957 Andrews city directory. On December 31, 1962 they purchased a lot in Anton from his parents. Glen Donn Goen and his wife, Mary Maxine Wright Goen entered into a real estate transaction December 1, 1969, according to Hockley County Deed Book 105, page 601.

Children born to Glen Donn Goen and Mary Maxine Wright Goen include:

James Robert Goen born November 10, 1955

James Robert Goen, son of Glen Donn Goen and Mary Maxine Wright Goen, was born in Levelland November 10, 1955.

Ruby June Goen, daughter of John Wiley Goen and Hiva Sa­vannah Goen, was born January 17, 1930 at Anton, according to Hockley County Birth Book 6, page 271. She was married at age 16 to Johnny J. Lindsey May 25, 1946 in Clovis, New Mexico, according to Curry County, New Mexico Marriage Book 31, page 6560. The groom was from Carizozo, New Mexico. Hiva Savannah Sills Goen gave parental consent.

Johnnie Nell Goen, daughter of John Wylie Goen and Hiva Savannah Sills Goen, was born September 5, 1937 at Anton, according to Hockley County Birth Book 1. She was married to Bobby Gerald Roper December 28, 1954, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 9, page 120.

Claude Ervin Goen, son of William Anderson Goen and Ju­lia A. Mackinturff Goen, was born at Greenville September 21, 1904. He appeared in the probate records of his father’s estate November 25, 1921, as “age 17.” One record states the date of his birth as August 24, 1904.

He was married February 11, 1932 to Jessie Pearl Minton at Clovis, according to Curry County Marriage Book 11, page 166. Jessie Pearl Minton Goen, daughter of John R. Minton, was born at Peacock, Texas September 22, 1909. Both were residents of Anton at the time of their marriage.

They were the parents of an infant born in Hockley County November 13, 1939, according to BVS File 100320. In 1943 Claude Ervin Goen was a truck driver living at Anton. On February 9, 1965 Claude Ervin Goen was committed to the Big Spring, Texas State Hospital as a mentally ill person, ac­cording to Howard County, Texas Probate Book 68, page 329. In 1966 they were living on a farm near Anton. In 1970 he was retired and living at 601 Vernon Avenue in Anton, ac­cording to the 1970 Anton city directory. Claude Ervin Goen died December 20, 1970 and was buried in the Anton Ceme­tery, according to Lamb County Death Book 7, page 160.

Jessie Pearl Minton Goen died March 15, 1999 at age 89 at Covenant Medical Center, Lakeside in Lubbock, Texas. Her funeral service was conducted in the Lawrence Avenue Church of Christ in Anton where she was the last surviving charter member, having placed her membership there in 1926. She was buried beside her husband.

Children born to Claude Ervin Goen and Jessie Pearl Minton Goen include:

Billy Claude Goen born August 1, 1935
David Anderson Goen born September 5, 1937
Douglas Eugene Goen born November 13, 1939
James Ervin Goen born December 27, 1943
Jerry Goen born about 1945
Ronald Lee Goen born March 11, 1946

Billy Claude Goen, son of Claude Ervin Goen and Jessie Pearl Minton Goen was born at Anton August 1, 1935, according to Hockley County Birth Book 1. On February 18, 1955 he was married to Francys Nadine Martin, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 9, page 154. She was born about 1936 to Willie Lee Martin and Bobbye Dimples Broyles Martin, according to Juanita Joyce Martin Lewis, a sister of Francys Nadine Martin. Juanita Joyce Martin Lewis has traced her Martin lineage back to Peter [or Pierre] Martin who emigrated from France to King William Parish, James River, Virginia before 1745. He was married to Margaret Rapine.

Billy Claude Goen was discharged from the U. S. Navy August 16, 1961, according to Hockley County Discharge Book 5, page 305. In 1966 he was shown as the owner of an 86-acre farm in Hockley County. In 1999 they lived in Lubbock. Children born to Billy Claude Goen and Francys Nadine Martin Goen are unknown.

David Anderson Goen, son of Claude Ervin Goen and Jessie Pearl Minton Goen, was born at Anton September 5, 1937, ac­cording to Hockley County Birth Book 1. On October 10, 1958 he was married to Linda Kay Emfinger at Anton, ac­cording to Castro County, Texas Marriage Book 2, page 224. In 1966, David Anderson Goen and Linda Kay Emfinger Goen were living at 416 East 9th Street in Littlefield, Texas with two sons, according to the city directory. He was listed as a farmer and she a telephone operator. In 1972 they were living at 1205 West 14th Street, Littlefield. They continued in Littlefield in 1999.

Children born to David Anderson Goen and Linda Kay Emfin­ger Goen include:

David William Goen born October 4, 1959
Bret John Goen born June 25, 1963

David William Goen, son of David William Goen and Linda Kay Emfinger Goen was born in Lamb County, Texas October 4, 1959, according to BVS File 214038.

Bret John Goen, son of David Anderson Goen and Linda Kay Emfinger Goen, was born in Lubbock County June 25, 1963, according to BVS File 100847.

Douglas Eugene Goen, son of Claude Ervin Goen and Jessie Pearl Minton Goen, was born November 13, 1939 at Pettit, Texas, according to Hockley County Birth Book 11, page 109. On December 23, 1960 he was married to Glenda Ruth Chesser, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 28, page 350.

In 1962, Douglas Eugene Goen, a Texas Tech student, and Glenda Ruth Chesser Goen, lived at 4111-31st Street, Lub­bock, their home through 1965, according to the city direc­tory. Douglas Eugene Goen was a junior at Texas Tech Uni­versity, according to the 1963 college directory. In 1963 and 1964 he was a metal worker for Bailey & Howard Sheet Metal in Lub­bock, and in 1965 he was employed by Gifford-Hill-Western, Inc. During this period Glenda Ruth Chesser Goen was a secre­tary for Cone Grain & Seed Company.

In 1972 he was listed as a taxpayer on 160 acres of farmland in Hale County, Texas. In 1973 he was listed as a salesman for Gifford-Hill-Western, Inc. living in Olton, Texas. They continued in Olton in 1999.

James Erwin Goen, son of Claude Erwin Goen and Jessie Pearl Minton Goen, was born December 27, 1943 at Anton, according to Hockley County Birth Book 3, page 344. His birth certificate recorded his name as James Earl Goen.

James Erwin Goen was married to Pamela Rae Wallace on November 25, 1962, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 12, page 116. James Erwin Goen was married to Laveda Kaye Burns in Muleshoe, Texas August 1, 1967, ac­cording to Bailey County, Texas Marriage Book 6, page 226.

“James Goen,” whose wife was named Ethel Goen, was listed in the Lubbock city directory from 1966 through 1970 as a warehouseman for William Cameron & Company in Lub­bock. During this period they lived at 713 East Quinn. In 1999 they continued in Lubbock.

Jerry Goen, son of Claude Ervin Goen and Jessie Pearl Minton Goen, was born about 1945. In 1999 he lived at Post, Texas.

Ronald Lee Goen, son of Claude Erwin Goen and Jessie Pearl Minton Goen, was born March 11, 1946 at Anton. He died September 16, 1949 of embolism, according to Hockley County Death Record Book 3, page 29. He was “found dead under the table” according to his death certificate.
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Billy Joe Goen, son of Mrs. Bessie Bates Goen, was born October 28, 1936 in Collin County according to BVS File 77545. He was married December 17, 1955 to Evalyn L. Renner, according to Rockwall County, Texas Marriage Book 29, page 207. She was born June 23, 1938 in San Mateo County, California to George Elton Renner.

Billy Joe Goen died July 21, 1988 according to Hunt County, Texas death records.

Evalyn L. Renner Goen was remarried to Earl Birkey Richie.

Children born to them include:

James Eugene Goen born October 28, 1956
Diana Joe Goen born January 17, 1959
Marlin Joe Goen born August 13, 1960
Ronald L. Goen born February 7, 1965
Louann Smith born May 11, 1968
Jeffery Lynn Goen born about 1978

James Eugene Goen, son of Billy Joe Goen and Evalyn L. Renner Goen, was born in Dallas County October 21, 1956, according to BVS File 205341.

Diana Joe Goen, daughter of Billy Joe Goen and Evalyn L. Renner Goen, was born January 17, 1959. She was married to Roy D. McClatchey June 23, 1978 in Gregg County, Texas. She was remarried to Corbett A. Simpson March 19, 1988 in Morris County, Texas.

Children born to Roy D. McClatchey and Diana Joe Goen include:

Nicholas McClatchey born about 1980
Jeffery McClatchey born about 1982

Marlin Joe Goen, son of Billy Joe Goen and Evalyn L. Renner Goen, was born in Collin County August 13, 1960, according to BVS File 135812.

Ronald L. Goen, son of Billy Joe Goen and Evalyn L. Renner Goen, was born in Collin County February 27, 1965, according to BVS File 51545. He was first married about 1981, wife’s name unknown. He was remarried August 13, 1983 to Cynthia Hetmer in Upshur, Texas in Gregg County.

Children born to Ronald L. Goen and his first wife include:

Jeffery Goen born December 18, 1982

Children born to Ronald L. Goen and Cynthia Hetmer Goen include:

Clinton Frank Goen born December 23, 1983
Rachel L. Goen born February 14, 1989

Clinton Frank Goen, son of Ronald L. Goen and Cynthia Hetmer Goen, was born December 23, 1983 in Gregg County.

Rachel L. Goen, daughter of Ronald L. Goen and Cynthia Hetmer Goen, was born February 14, 1989 in Gregg County.

Louann Smith, regarded as an adopted daughter of Billy Joe Goen and Evalyn L. Renner Goen, was born May 11, 1968.

Jeffery Lynn Goen, son of Diana Joe Goen, was born about 1978. He was adopted by his grandparents.
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Boyd Thomas Goen was born July 1, 1932 in Hockley County, according to BVS File 54044. Boyd Thomas Goen was married to Reese Ann Williams February 16, 1957, ac­cording to Lubbock County Marriage Book 23, page 573. In 1952 and 1953 he was listed as a salesman for Forrest Lumber Company, residing at Anton, according to the Lubbock city directory.

Boyd Thomas Goen was listed as department manager for Montgomery Ward & Company living at Anton, according to the 1967 city directory of Lubbock. In 1971 and 1972 he was listed as parts manager for Hufstedler Truck Company, Lub­bock, and lived at 206 East 8th Street, Anton, according to the Lubbock city directory. “Boyd Goen” in 1971 was a stu­dent liv­ing at 2415 Auburn Street, Apartment No. 11, ac­cording to the Lubbock city directory. Children born to Boyd Thomas Goen and Reese Ann Williams Goen are unknown.
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Miss C. A. Goen was married to John N. Farris December 14, 1912, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 2, page 174.
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Carl Wylie Goen was married to Shirley Kay Butler May 27, 1967, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 14, page 32. Children born to Carl Wayne Goen and Shirley Kay Butler Goen are unknown.
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G. Goen, father, and L. Goen, mother, were the parents of a son born in Collin County October 7, 1907, according to BVS File 53510.
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Rosa Mae Goen died May 1, 1956 in Collin County, according to BVS File 23788. She was born October 4, 1881, according to her tombstone in Wylie Cemetery.
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Leona Goin, who was born in 1920, and was married to M. B. Wheeler, died in 1966, was buried in Ridgeview Cemetery, according to “Collin County Cemetery Inscriptions” by Alice Pitts.
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Mary Dell Goin was born in Collin County July 28, 1926, ac­cording to BVS File 1239054.
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Peggy Goin was born in Collin County July 20, 1928, accord­ing to BVS File 49957.
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Richard Goins was born March 29, 1957 in Collin County, ac­cording to BVS File 58787.
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Silas Lincoln Goins died in Collin County June 13, 1952, ac­cording BVS File 37594.
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G. H. Gowan and his wife, Dora Gowan, were the parents of a son born July 25, 1908, according to Collin County Birth Book 2, page 108.
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Jesse M. Gowan was married to Alice Lawrence October 23, 1898. Alice Lawrence Gowan was born in South Carolina. Jesse M. Gowan received a warranty deed from J. W. Swindell to 18¡ acres located five miles east of Greenville, Texas on De­cember 28, 1907, according to Hunt County Deed Book 158, page 337. He received a warranty deed to 62.2 acres from J. H. Ameis February 10, 1911, according to Hunt County Deed Book 174, page 417 and Book 214, page 438.

He received 42 acres from R. C. Mitchiner on September 13, 1911 according to Hunt County Deed Book 179, page 222. He received a warranty deed from J. W. Swindell to 17 acres located four miles south of Greenville on December 17, 1912, according to Hunt County Deed Book 201, page 147.

He received a warranty deed from Mrs. Selina Wood to 20 acres January 6, 1917, according to Hunt County Deed Book 220, page 43. He received a warranty deed from Sam Venters to 20.26 acres on March 12, 1920, according to Hunt County Deed Book 258, page 236.

Children born to Jesse M. Gowan and Alice Lawrence Gowan include:

Effie Gowan born July 19, 1900

Effie Gowan, daughter of Jesse M. Gowan and Alice Lawrence Gowan, was born July 19, 1900, probably in Collin County. She died unmarried July 27, 1919 at Campbell, Texas in Hunt County and was buried in Shiloh Cemetery, according to Hunt County Death Book 3, page 26.
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Martha A. Gowan was a property owner in Collin County in 1880. She, believed to be a daughter of George McGarrah and Sarah McGarrah, was an heir to 56.2 acres of land located five miles west of McKinney, Texas on May 10, 1880. She appeared in Collin County Deed Book 12, page 553 along with other heirs, Merinda Robinson, James McGarrah, Henry Ostenhouse and John F. Brown.
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Evelyn Gowen was married to Pvt. Michael R. Bynum of Camp Chaffee, Arkansas December 31, 1957, according to Collin County marriage records.
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Gordon Lance Gowen (20) married Patricia Elaine Wallace (19) on January 21, 1968 according to Collin County marriage records.
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Joseph P. Gowen (19) married Debby L. Rutledge (17) on June 6, 1985 according to Collin County marriage records.
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Joyce Marie Gowen died April 26, 1990 according to Collin County death records.
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Willie S. Gowen Jr. (27) married Katrina M. Brehm (20) on November 7, 1992 according to Collin County marriage records.
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Sammy D. Gowin (33) married Carolyn S. Wells (33) on August 23, 1991 according to Collin County marriage records.
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David E. Goyne died May 28, 1975 according to Collin County death records
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Elizabeth Louise McGowan died January 09, 1993 according to Collin County death records.

COLLINGSWORTH COUNTY, TEXAS

Paul David Goins was born November 5, 1919 in Wellington, Texas of parents unknown. In 1937 he was living in Sudan, Texas. He was married to Wyette West, age 18, a resident of Sudan, who was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee November 6, 1937, according to Curry County, New Mexico Marriage Book 19, page 14.

Paul David Goins was married to Mrs. Mattie Lee Hinds on February 4, 1967, according to Tom Green County, Texas Mar­riage Book A-1, page 408. In 1973 Paul David Goins was opera­ting Goins Texaco Service Station at 1620 West Avenue N. in San Angelo. Mattie Lee Hinds Goins was a nurse at Baptist Geriatrics Hospital. The couple lived at 802 Pulliam Street. David Goins was the operator of Cactus Service Sta­tion, accord­ing to the 1973 San Angelo city directory.
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Bella Gowans received a royalty deed from H. J. McMullen of Tarrant County, Texas covering 10 acres of land near Welling­ton, Texas, according to Collingsworth County Deed Book 56, page 238.
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Miss Merry Louise Goin was married February 14, 1967 to Robert Curtis Freeborn, according to Collinsworth County Mar­riage Book 9, page 540.

COLEMAN COUNTY, TEXAS

Lea Nora Goen died February 25, 1982 according to Coleman County death records.
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John Herman Guynes died may 05, 1982 according to Coleman County death records.

COLORADO COUNTY, TEXAS

Louis Goin, a negro, was enumerated as the head of a house­hold in the 1900 census of Colorado County, Enumeration Dis­trict 19, page 18. The family was rendered as:

“Goin, Louis 55, born in AL in January 1845
Robert 28, born in TX in January 1872
Sarah 22, born in TX in June 1877
Anna 21, born in TX in March 1879
Frank 18, born in TX in June 1881”
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Hattie Mae Goings was born in Colorado County June 27, 1909 according to BVS File 1102100. She was married to G. E. Day December 27, 1924, according to Dallas County, Texas Marriage Book 39, page 256. The couple lived at 2519 Kittrell Parkway in Dallas at that time.

COMAL COUNTY, TEXAS

The 1850 and 1860 census of Comal County listed no mem­bers of the Gowen [or spelling variations] family.
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Ellen Goen died December 02, 1967 according to Comal County death records.
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George W. Going and Eleanor E. Going received an assign­ment of a lease from George L. Morgan of Madison County, Illinois to 20 acres of land in Comal County, August 25, 1922, according to Comal County Deed Book, page 253.
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Edmond Goins (41) married Nelda Yates (45) on May 21, 1985 according to Marriage Book 46.
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Georgenay Goins was married to Harriet Washington April 12, 1871, according to Comal County Marriage Book D, page 496. Georgenay Goins and Harriet Washington Goins were both res­idents of Comal County at that time.
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John Shields Goins died July 06, 1988 according to Comal County death records.
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Marie Lou Goins was married to Robert Bernard Bryan March 22, 1967, according to Comal County Marriage Book Z, page 278.
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Rose May Goins was married to William H. Baker September 4, 1940, according to Comal County Marriage Book S, page 148.
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Joseph O. Gouin was married to Miss Hattie Pardew July 15, 1908, according to Comal County Marriage Book I, page 306. Of Joseph O. Gouin and Hattie Pardew Gouin nothing more in known.
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Patrick Eugene Gowing died May 03, 1992 according to Comal County death records.

COMANCHE COUNTY, TEXAS

Maybell Goins was born in Comanche County, Texas April 6, 1899, according to BVS File 1244786.
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A.G. Gowan married Lee Gill on August 20, 1891 in Comanche County TX, according to Comanche County marriage records.
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A.G. Gowan and wife Emma Gowan gave a deed of 40 acres of land in Comanche County to B. F. Clark for $125, December 17, 1889, according to Comanche County Deed Book 28, page 251.

A.G. Gowan received a deed from H. F. Agnewet and wife for 40 acres of land on Sabanah Creek, 17 miles northwest of Comanche in Comanche County, for $100 October 10, 1889, according to Comanche County Deed Book 28, page 250 and 252.

A.G. Gowan and wife Emma Gowan gave a deed of 40 acres of land to J. W. Pitman for $165 July 24, 1890, according to Comanche County Deed Book 29, page 261.

A. G. Gowan married Mrs. Lee Gill August 20, 1891 in Comanche County.
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Inez V. Gowan died August 30, 1978 according to Comanche County death records.
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George A. Gowen died March 17, 1997 according to Comanche County death records.
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William H. Gowen was married to Nancy J. Nichols Septem­ber 12, 1884, according to Comanche County Transcribed Marriage Book, page 150, and on September 12, 1875 according to Comanche County Marriage Book A, page 217. Of William H. Gowen and Nancy J. Nichols Gowen nothing more is known.
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Miss Jennie Goyens of Dublin, Texas was married to John Wren April 22, 1909, according to Comanche County Mar­riage records.

CONCHO COUNTY, TEXAS

W. Gowin received a Third Class Headright Grant from the State of Texas to 320 acres of land located 29 miles north of Ft. McKavett. The Third Class grant was made to those to came to Texas after October 1, 1837, but prior to January 1, 1842.

W. Gowin was a member of the Fisher & Miller Colony and filed Claim No. 4707 before September 1, 1847. W. Gowin was deceased prior to April 18, 1853, perhaps a victim of ma­rauding Indians. A survey was made on that date for the heirs of W. Gowin, according to Concho County Survey Book B, page 319. The land was described as “on Kickapoo Creek, tributary of the Concho River, located 30 miles north of old San Saba Fort.”

John O. Meusebach, commissioner of Fisher & Miller’s Colony on February 14, 1855 issued Certificate No. 650 specifying the 320 acres located in Section 440 in the District of Bexar, Texas as Abstract No. 199. Patent No. 1700, Vol­ume 9, page 916, Class Third, Texas Land Commissioner Records, was issued from the State of Texas to the heirs of W. Gowin on July 1, 1857. Ninety-three years later the patent was filed, according to Concho County Deed Book 70, page 329.

Following the death of W. Gowin, Alexander Rossy was ap­pointed administrator of his estate. On March 28, 1855 Alexander Rossy sold the land of W. Gowin to F. J. Arnold at an auction held in Comal County, for $37.50, according to Concho County Deed Book Q, page 182.

Another member of Fisher & Miller’s Colony, C. Gowin, filed on a claim in neighboring Tom Green County.

COOKE COUNTY, TEXAS

William Gawn appeared as the head of a household in Cooke County. Enumeration District 46, page 16, Precinct 5 in the 1880 census as:

“Gawn, William 44, born in TN
Susan 29, born in VA, wife
Mary 13, born in TX, daughter
Sarah 7, born in TX
Charles 5, born in TX
Joe 3, born in TX
John 11/12, born in TX”
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J. A. Goun appeared in the 1860 census of Cooke County, Texas as the head of Household No. 446-458. The enumera­tion appeared as:

“Goun, J. A. 43, born in TN, farmer,
$400 real estate, $295
personnel property
Catherine 37, born in TN
Mary A. 14, born in TX
Stephen 11, born in TX
James V 6, born in TX
Elzia J. 3, born in TX”

Steve P. Goen was born in Florida, according to a statement contained in the death certificate of his son. He is believed to have been born about 1835. He was married about 1856 to Arrena Stevens who was born in Canada, according to a statement made on the death certificate of their son. They were residents of Cooke County in 1861, when a son was born.

Steve P. Goen and Arrena Steven Goen of McLennan County, Texas gave a deed to F. S. Taylor November 18, 1872 to 34¡ acres of land for “$50 specie” according to McLennan County Deed Book 5, page 287. An examination of the deed records of McLennan County might indicate when they received title to the land.

Children born to Steve P. Goen and Arrena Stevens Goen in­clude:

Edmond S. Goen born April 17, 1861

Edmond S. Goen, son of Steve P. Goen and Arrena Stevens Goen, was born in Cooke County April 17, 1861, according to Brady City Death Book 1, page 312.

He was married to Jennie Prost about 1882. Jennie Prost Goen was born in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1863. One record shows the bride’s name as Jennie Frost, born in Texas.

On July 14, 1883 “E. S. S. Goen and wife, S. J. Goen of Bell County, Texas,” joined R. K. Goen,” believed to be a relative, Rufus King Goen in purchasing land in Hamilton County, Texas, according to Hamilton County Deed Book L, page 598.

On July 14, 1885 they sold 160 acres on Partridge Creek, lo­cated 10 miles southwest of Hamilton, Texas to J. A. Rober­tson for $700, according to Hamilton County Deed Book U, page 30. Apparently they had purchased the land March 29, 1884, according to Hamilton County Deed Book Q, page 11. Apparently they moved to Callahan County, Texas in 1886.

When J. A. Robertson proposed to sell the land to D. C. Stevens October 17, 1889, he had to give a vendor’s release for both of the sellers since “the residence of S. E. Goen is now unknown,” according to Hamilton County Deed Book Y, page 306.

In 1886 Edmund S. Goen and Jennie Prost Goen lived in Baird, Texas. Apparently she died shortly afterwards. Ed­mund S. Goen was later remarried, wife’s name Olia L. Ed­mund S. Goen appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of McCullough County, Enumeration District 109, page 1:

“Goen, Edmund S. 39, born in TX in April 1861
Olia 29, born in TX in March 1871
John F. 14, born in TX in May 1886”

Edmond S. Goen received a deed from R. K. Bowen to 254 acres, January 11, 1903 in Hohmann surveys No. 1093 and 1086 in the northwestern part of McCulloch County, Texas, according to that county’s Deed Book 4, page 405.

Edmond S. Goen and Olia L. Goen gave a deed to Waldrip Christian Church to land adjoining the public school house of Waldrip, Texas June 13, 1904, according to McCulloch County Deed Book 5. page 337.

Edmond S. Goen and Olia L. Goen sold the two surveys to A. J. Bassett January 22, 1907 for $2,500, according to Mc­Culloch County Deed Book 14, page 11. Edmond S. Goen transferred two notes received from A. J. Bassett in the pur­chase to W. H. Melvin February 8, 1907, according to McCullough County Deed Book 11, page 376.

Edmond S. Goen received a correction deed from R. K. Brown and M. C. Robbins and their wives to the two Hohmann Surveys July 22, 1907, according to McCullough County Deed Book 11, page 227.

A. J. Bassett apparently decided that the trade was not a good one because on October 16, 1907 he transferred the property back to Edmond S. Goen, according to McCulloch County Deed Book 18, page 22.

Eight days later Edmond S. Goen resold the property to Nat Randals for $1,000 and the assumption of the note payable to W. H. Melvin in the amount of $1,071. Involved was 127 acres, according to McCullough County Deed Book 15, page 130.

Edmond S. Goen purchased a lot from S. P. Barton January 1, 1908 for $50 according to McCullough County Deed Book 14, page 378.

On February 18, 1908 he received a release on the note to W. H. Melvin “of Los Angeles, California” which had been paid in full, according to McCullough County Deed Book 17, page 160.

On January 1, 1909 Edmond S. Goen of Lohn, Texas received a deed from J. P. Barton to a lot out of the Joseph Bleike Survey, No. 1055, according to McCullough County Deed Book 14, page 322. On July 10, 1909 he sold the lot to S. M. Young for $90, according to McCullough County Deed Book 14, page 321.

Edmond S. Goen gave a deed to J. E. Kelley August 4, 1909 to the lot he had received from J. P. Barton for $550. The lot, one acre in size, adjoined the Lohn Tabernacle, according to McCulloch County Deed Book 14, page 379.

Olia L. Goen, “of Coryell County, Texas” received a deed from J. E. Kelly and Fanny Kelly “of Rains County, Texas” to the lot which adjoined Lohn Tabernacle November 7, 1911, according to McCullough County Deed Book 24, page 289. Olia L. Goen had received a judgement against J. E. Kelly in McCullough District Court Case No. 1281, “O. L. Goen vs. J. E. Kelly” in which she paid out of her separate funds $278.30 for the property. The court awarded the property to her “for her sole and separate use and benefit.”

Edmond S. Goen and Olia L. Goen “of Coryell County” gave a deed to the lot adjoining the tabernacle to W. M. Land December 9, 1912 for $500, according to McCulloch County Deed Book 28, page 468.

Edmond S. Goen died May 29, 1921 of cancer at the age 60, according to Brady City Death Book 1, page 312. He was buried at Brady, according to his wife, who resided at Waldrip, Texas at that time.

It is believed that children born to Edmond S. Goen and Jennie Prost Goen include:

John Franklin Goen born May 25, 1886

John Franklin Goen, son of Edmond S. Goen and S. Jennie Prost [or Frost] Goen, was born in Baird, Texas May 25, 1886, according to Callahan County Birth Book 9, page 437. He was married about 1907, wife’s name unknown.

Children born to John Franklin Goen are believed to include:

John Franklin Goen, Jr. born about 1909
Jesse Franklin Goen born about 1911

John Franklin Goen, Jr, son of John Franklin Goen and S. Jennie Prost Goen, was born about 1909. He was married about 1934, wife’s name Lenora.

On August 19, 1947 John Franklin Goen, Jr. and Lenora Goen gave a deed to Ettie Featherson to 1/3 of the southwest quarter of Block 14, GC&RF Addition, Santa Anna, Texas, according to Coleman County Deed Book 271, page 419. Consideration was $2,000.

Lenora Goen received a release from Cal Allen on the prop­erty August 16, 1947, according to Coleman County Deed Book 271, page 376. John Franklin Goen, Jr. and Lenora Goen gave a release to C. C. Pruitt and Lorena Pruitt, of Dallas, Texas February 5, 1950 to property in Santa Anna, according to Coleman County Deed Book 295, page 595.

John Franklin Goen, Jr. and Lenora Goen gave a ratification deed to C. C. Pruitt and a quit claim deed to J. Y. Brannan July 21, 1950, to the Santa Anna property, according to Coleman County Deed Book 294, page 343.

John Franklin Goen, Jr. died of a coronary thrombosis Octo­ber 12, 1955 at Coleman, Texas after 27 years residence at Santa Anna, according to Coleman County Death Book 7, page 29. He was listed as a railroad man. He was buried at Santa Anna, according to Jesse F. Goen, informant.

Lenora Goen, widow, received a warranty deed from Mrs. Roxie Nettleship May 20, 1960 to a lot in Santa Anna for $100, according to Coleman County Deed Book 389, page 473.

Lenora Goen, Coleman County; John E. Goen, Brown County, Texas and Jessie F. Goen, Dallas County, Texas gave a warranty Deed to M. D. Baker August 25, 1973 to two tracts in Santa Anna, according to Coleman County Deed Book 459, page 1062.

Children born to John Franklin Goen, Jr. and Lenora Goen in­clude:

Elizabeth Ruth Goen born September 23, 1935
John E. Goen born about 1938
Kathryn Sue Goen born about 1945

Elizabeth Ruth Goen, daughter of John Franklin Goen, Jr. and Lenora Goen was born at Santa Anna September 23, 1935, according to Coleman County Birth Book 6, page 119. She was married to Douglas H. Moore, Jr. February 15, 1951, according to Brown County, Texas Marriage Book 20, page 447.

John E. Goen, son of John Franklin Goen, Jr. and Lenora Goen, was born about 1938. He was married about 1959, wife’s name Alice Goen. John E. Goen and Alice Goen re­ceived a warranty deed from George E. Broughton August 3, 1972 to lots in Bangs, Texas, according to Brown County Deed Book 635, page 409.

Kathryn Sue Goen, daughter of John Franklin Goen, Jr. and Lenora Goen, was born about 1935. She was married to Donald Eugene Turner March 2, 1958 at the First Methodist Church in Coleman, according to Coleman County Marriage Book 15, page 447.

Jesse Franklin Goen, son of John Franklin Goen was born about 1911. He was married to Ruth Virginia Davis May 22, 1934, according to Coleman County Marriage Book 9, page 406. Ruth Virginia Davis was born in Texas in 1917. In 1935 Jesse Franklin Goen and Ruth Virginia Davis Goen were living in Santa Anna, Texas where he was employed as a glass cutter.

In 1937 Jesse Franklin Goen, a meat cutter, and Ruth Virginia Davis Goen lived at 2005 Avenue K, Lubbock, Texas, according to the city directory. In 1938 they lived at 1905 Av­enue W and in 1940 they lived at 1511 4th Street, Lubbock.

Jesse Franklin Goen, a clerk at Sam Wood Food Store No. 3, his wife and three children lived at 1609 Nickerson in 1942, according to the city directory of Austin, Texas. He was em­ployed as a butcher at Slaughter Grocery No. 2, Austin, in 1947 and 1949 and lived at 104 Waller, according to the city directory. In 1952 he and Ruth Virginia Davis Goen lived at 815 East 31st Street. She was employed by Goodfriends, ac­cording to the Austin city directory. In 1953 and 1954 they lived at 3306A Park Avenue. In 1954 Ruth Virginia Davis Goen was a clerk at the State Treasury Department, according to the Austin city directory. It is believed that they were divorced about 1956.

In 1957 Jess Franklin Goen was a meat cutter for HEB Food Store #9 and lived at 4213 Avenue H, Austin, according to the city directory.

Ruth Virginia Davis Goen, an employee of Ft. Worth National Bank, lived at 5100 Donnelly from 1957 to 1960, according to the Ft. Worth, Texas city directory. Ruth Virginia Davis Goen “a single woman of Tarrant County,” received a warranty deed from Chickasaw Lumber Company July 23, 1959 to lots in Chomer Acres Heights, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3348, page 345.

Ruth Virginia Davis Goen was married to T. J. Adkins May 31, 1961, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 127, page 216. She received a release from Ft. Worth Savings & Loan Association to a lot in Ft. Worth September 19, 1968, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4619, page 550.

Jesse Franklin Goen received a deed from Apache Shores, Inc. to a lot in Travis County, Texas December 20, 1971, ac­cording to Travis County Deed Book 4226, page 1157. He sold the property to Robert H. Smith May 25, 1974, according to Travis County Deed Book 4906, page 1165. Jessie Franklin Goen lived in Dallas County, Texas in 1973, according to Coleman County Deed Book 459, page 1062.

Children born to Jesse Franklin Goen and Ruth Virginia Davis Goen include:

Martha Lenora Goen born about 1938

Martha Lenora Goen, daughter of Jesse Franklin Goen and Ruth Virginia Davis Goen was born about 1938. She ap­peared in the 1954 city directory of Austin as a saleswoman for George Wesley Cleaners and lived in the residence of her parents at 3306 Harris Park Avenue.

She was married to Alfred R. Lemacks December 14, 1956, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 118, page 617. Apparently the marriage was annulled. Martha Lenora Goen, an employee of Hanson’s Pen & Card Shop, lived with Ruth Virginia Davis Goen at 5100 Donnelly, according to the 1957 city directory of Ft. Worth. Martha Lenora Goen was married to Billy Gerald Bond December 7, 1963, at Santa Anna First Baptist Church, according to Coleman County Marriage Book 15, page 208.
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Giles W. Goin (37) married Ravonda R. Smith (21) on February 12, 1982 according to Cooke County marriage records.
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Jewel Summers Goin died February 17, 1981 according to Cooke County death records.
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Onor Gail Goin was born in Cooke County November 3, 1956, according to BVS File 203626.
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Lester G. Goins Jr. (24) married Sharon F. Huneycutt (18) on June 14, 1982 according to Cooke County marriage records.
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Vickie Elaine Goins was born in Cooke County November 30, 1946, according to BVS File 141167.
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Elizabeth Gowen was married about 1853 in Cooke County to Fields Hoff, a Virginian who was born about 1830, according to Everlynne Ritter, a great-great-grand-daughter of Guthrie, Oklahoma.

Fields Hoff moved to Gainesville in 1857 and was married to Elizabeth Gowen about 1858. Fields served with the CSA for about one year towards the end of the war and returned home about September 1865. Elizabeth Gowen Hoff left Fields Hoff about this time and would later marry N. M. Jones in Gainesville in 1867.

N. M. Jones and Elizabeth Hoff Jones took the Hoff children and moved into the Oklahoma Territory about 1868. Fields tried to follow them but was turned back by Jones and other members of the wagon train they were with. Fields Hoff would never see his children again.

Fields Hoff returned to Gainesville where remarried in 1872 or 1873. He died and was buried in the Gainesville Cemetery next to his second wife and near to his brother, Richard Hoff.

Elizabeth Gowen Hoff Jonea and N. M. Jones, along with her mother moved north into the Oklahoma Territory near the community of Thackerville or Courtney. Everlynne Ritter wrote:

“During the Indian raids in the late 1880s known as ‘Cheyenne Autumn,’ the family homestead was at-tacked by a small raiding party. Elizabeth was killed when a brave ran her through with a lance. Elizabeth’s mother mounted a pony and with a shotgun, rode up to the brave that had just killed her daughter, and emptied both barrels into the him.”

Children born to Fields Hoff and Elizabeth Gowen Hoff include:

Richard Fields Hoff born in 1859

Richard Fields Hoff, son of Fields Hoff and Elizabeth Gowen Hoff, was born in Cooke County in 1855. When he was 12 years old, his parents became estranged. After his mother remarried, he was brought to Oklahoma Territory by his step-father, H. N. Jones, his mother and his grandmother.
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Sarah Gowen was married to Edward Brothers of North Carolina and Virginia December 13, 1859, according to “Marriage Licenses, Cooke County, Texas, 1849-1879.” Children born to Edward Brothers and Sarah Gowen Brothers, believed to be his second wife, include Edward Brothers, Jr. born in 1863, according to Ada Rhea Foster, great-great granddaughter of Lubbock, Texas. It is believed that Sarah Gowen Brothers died shortly afterward and was buried in Brothers-Spring Grove Cemetery in Cooke County. It appears that Edward Brothers was married four times.
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Wellington Gowin was married to Sarah Jane Matthews in Cooke County August 26, 1858, according to Cooke County marriage records. Of Wellington Gowin and Sarah Jane Matthews Gowin nothing more is known.
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Jimmy A. Goynes (19) married Jeania A. Kosark (18) on March 21, 1982 according to Cooke County marriage records.

CORYELL COUNTY, TEXAS

Frank Goen was the father of an infant born in Coryell County, Texas August 19, 1913, according to BVS File 25002.
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Sherman Lawrence Goins died July 06, 1995 according to Coryell County death records.
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Kate W. Gowan and John P. Gowan and George Carson, of Rowan County, North Carolina, gave Power of Attorney to Vardinon & Atkinson October 5, 1888 according to Coryell County Deed Book 3, page 339.

Kate W. Gowan and John P. Gowan gave a warranty deed to James Yows for land in the Carson Survey of Coryell County September 29, 1888, according to Coryell County Deed Book 4, page 27.

Kate Gowan and husband gave a deed for land in the Carson Survey of Coryell County to James Towes for $158.33 January 8, 1889, according to Coryell County Deed Book 27, page 10.
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Susan W. Gowan, unidentified, but shown to be an heir of William Holland, lived in Coryell County in 1885. On October 15 of that year she received an inheritance of 300 acres of land in Young County, Texas, according to Throckmorton County Deed Book 7, page 114-119.

CRANE COUNTY, TEXAS

Charles Elwood Goin was born in Oklahoma in 1925. He was married to Chloe Ann Fulmer about 1947. Chloe Ann Fulmer was born in Texas in 1930. In 1952 he was an oilfield engineer living in Crane, Texas.

Children born to Charles Elwood Goin and Chloe Ann Ful­mer Goin include:

Kenneth Wayne Goin born July 7, 1952

Kenneth Wayne Goin, son of Charles Elwood Goin and Chloe Ann Fulmer Goin, was born at Crane July 7, 1952, ac­cording to Crane County Birth Book 4, page 203.

CROSBY COUNTY, TEXAS

John Goen was the father of an infant born in Crosby County November 30, 1911, according to BVS File 19418.
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Grady O’Neal Goin and Ouida Eden Goin were the parents of Revella Jeanne Goin who was born November 22, 1924, accord­ing to Crosby County Birth Book 11, page 342. This entry was made to correct one in Crosby County Birth Book 2, page 54 which stated, “Marcello Goins, the daughter of Grady Goins and Onita Eden Goins was born November 22, 1924.” A marginal notation by the clerk indicated the earlier entry to be “incorrect.”
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Ila Ruth Goins, the daughter of J. O. Goins and Lucinda Es­telle Battey Goins, was born March 9, 1909. She lived on Route 2, 12 miles northwest of Crosbyton and died at the Crosbyton Hospital January 15, 1963 of cerebral thrombosis, according to Crosby County Death Book 5, page 270. She was buried in the Crosbyton Cemetery.
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John Peter Goins was born about 1890. He was married about 1912 to Nora L. In 1916 John Peter Goins and Nora L. Goins were residents of Crosby County. John Peter Goins appeared in the deed records of Crosby County August 30, 1916. John Peter Goins deeded land to S. M. Walker May 21, 1921, according to Crosby County Deed Book 27, page 569. He also deeded land to C. K. Wilmeth January 5, 1933 according to Crosby County Deed Book 48, page 312.

John Peter Goins and Nora L. Goins deeded 1.41 acres of land to the State of Texas for highway right-of-way March 7, 1935, according to Crosby County Deed Book 51, page 560. John Peter Goins declared his residence his homestead January 27, 1936, according to Crosby County Deed Book 52, page 257. Nora L. Goins appeared in real estate transactions in 1937, 1939, and 1940. She gave a warranty deed to D. R. Church December 14, 1939, according to Crosby County Deed Book 60, page 62.

Nora L. Goins received a warranty deed to Medina Irrigated Farms July 20, 1938 in Bexar County, Texas, according to Bexar County Deed Book 1637, page 577.

John Peter Goins, plaintiff, and Nora L. Goins, defendant, were parties to a divorce trial in Crosby County’s Seventy-second District Court November 2, 1940. In the divorce settlement John Peter Goins received 160 acres of land in Crosby County described as the northwest quarter of Section 31. Custody of their child, Samuel Preston Goins, age 25 and “mentally deficient” was given to Nora L. Goins. Samuel Preston Goins died February 22, 1944 in Travis County, Texas, according to VBS Death Certificate No. 3242.

John Peter Goins was married to Miss Ruth Pratt February 15, 1942, according to Crosby County Marriage Book 3, page 451.

John Peter Goins entered into an oil lease with Barnsdall Oil Company May 5, 1945, according to Crosby County Deed Book 71, page 522. He entered into an oil and gas lease with Gulf Oil Company July 29, 1969, according to Crosby County Deed Book 27, page 420.

Children born to John Peter Goins and Nora L. Goins include:

Samuel Preston Goins born in 1915

Samuel Preston Goins, son of John Peter Goins and Nora L. Goins, was born in 1915. He was named in his parents’ divorce action as a 25-year-old mentally defecient. He was listed in Bexar County Probate Court File 35886 as “feeble minded.” He died February 22, 1944 in Travis County, Texas according to Travis County Death Certificate 10758.
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John Preston Goins died October 29, 1981 according to Crosby County death records.
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Helen Ruth Goun, the daughter of Johnny Homer Goun and Bonnie Ann Kittrell Goun, was born October 6, 1955, ac­cording to Crosby County Birth Book 14, page 106.
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E. G. Gowan received a warranty deed from Crosbyton & P. T. Company on December 15, 1917, according to Crosby County Deed Book 20, page 531.
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Clarence Preston Gowens died February 25, 1966 according to Crosby County death records.
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Damon P. Gowens died May 11, 1971 according to Crosby County death records.
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Gary L. Gowens (18) married Susan G. Allen (18) on August 10, 1974 according to Crosby County marriage records.
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Kittie Gail Gowens was born in Crosby County November 13, 1957, according to BVS File 207073.
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Mike H. Gowens (19) married Eletia E. Griffin (19) on January 5, 1974 according to Crosby County marriage records.
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Rick Douglas Gowens died April 26, 1982 according to Crosby County death records.
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Robert Preston Gowens (20) married Barbara Gene Hutchings (19) ona June 3, 1966 accoring to Crosby County marriage records.

CULBERSON COUNTY, TEXAS

William David Gowen was born in Culberson County March 19, 1927, according to Culberson County birth records.

DALLAM COUNTY, TEXAS

Arthur L. Gawin was married to Miss Marcelle L. Swindle December 24, 1949, according to Dallam County Marriage Book 5, page 39. Nothing more is known of Arthur L. Gawin and Marcelle L. Swindle Gawin.

120 Dallas Texas

DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS
Anita Kay Gawne was born March 8, 1956 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 40533.

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Beverly Jane Gawne was born September 20, 1940 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 74425.

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Charles Walter Gawne was born in Dallas County August 12, 1952, according to BVS File 120766.

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David Michael Gawne was born in Dallas County Decem-ber 28, 1948, according to BVS File 229967.

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Thomas Homer Gawne II was born February 23, 1947 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 2027.

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Miss Jewel Geoings was married to Raymond I. Mayer Ap-ril 26, 1918, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 24, page 388. The license was returned to the county clerk’s of-fice with “the Ministers return omitted, 6-19-18.”

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Margaret E. Goains died April 07, 1968 according to Dallas County death records.

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Miss I. J. Goan was married to J. P. Plew May 29, 1903, according to Dallas County Marriage Book V, page 555.

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Sytha Elizabeth Goan died August 17, 1968 according to Dallas County death records.

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Carl Goans and Ona Fay Goans “of Dallas County,” received a deed to a lot in Live Oak Resort for $195 August 3, 1964, according to Hill County Deed Book 453, page 8. Later Ona Fay Goans was married to Robert Burke McClary, according to Nueces County, Texas Marriage License No. 83139.

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Frances Anna Goans died January 17, 1990 according to Dallas County death records.

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Gloria Ann Goans was born in Dallas County March 13, 1963, according to BVS File 39029.

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Johnny Albert Goans was born in Dallas County December 11, 1960, according to BVS File 248015. XXX

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Mrs. Almira Goen lived at 429 North Harwood, Dallas, from 1917 through 1919, according to the city directory. She was listed as a saleslady for Kress & Company in the 1919 edition. She died April 14, 1941 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 17126.

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Bennett F. Goen died July 05, 1975 according to Dallas County death records.

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Curtis William Goen died April 08, 1992 according to Dal-las County death records.

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Diana Jo Goen was born in Dallas County January 17, 1959, according to BVS File 3669.

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Finis Osborne Goen died July 28, 1983 according to Dallas County death records.

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Francis Marion Goen, a carpenter, appeared in the city directory of Dallas in 1912 living at 509 Browder. Miss V. Beatrice Goen was a stenographer for Felix Parsons Company in 1912, according to the Dallas city directory. She also “roomed at 509 Browder Street” in 1912. In the 1913 and 1914 editions Francis Marion Goen reappeared living at 3136 Ross Avenue. In 1915 he lived at 2716 Ross Avenue, and in 1916 he, a carpenter, lived at 2912 Live Oak, according to the city directory. Francis Marion Goen died in Dallas County November 14, 1940, according to BVS File 49594.

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George Jefferson Goen died May 09, 1964 according to Dallas County death records.

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Irving T. Goen died August 04, 1977 according to Dallas County death records.

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John Goen and Mary Goen were the parents of twin daugh-ters born August 25, 1905, according to Dallas County birth records. The births were also recorded in Wise County, Texas, according to Wise County Birth Certificates 2084 and 2085. John Goen, a carpenter, roomed at 624 South Ackard, according to the 1911 city directory.

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Michael R. Goen (35) married Elizabeth L. Lancaster (28) on March 14, 1992 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Mygnonne Smith Goen died November 06, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Nina Pauline Goen died February 24, 1990 according to Dallas County death records.

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Miss V. Beatrice Goen was a stenographer for Felix Parsons Company in 1912, according to the Dallas city directory. At that time she roomed at 509 Browder Street.

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Mary Goens, negro laundress, lived at 105 Paris from 1906 through 1910, according to the Dallas city directory. In 1913 she lived at 2207 Paris. Her name was rendered as “Goins” in 1908 and as “Goines” in 1910.

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A. G. Goin was married to Emma Austin January 12, 1903, according to Dallas County Marriage Book V, page 321. Children born to A. G. Goin and Emma Austin Goin are unknown.

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Barbara E. Goin was the mother of an infant born in Dallas County November 15, 1960, according to BVS File 203567.

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Bobby Lee Goin was born in Dallas County June 7, 1946, according to BVS File 58261.

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Bonnie L. Goin died March 20, 1984 according to Dallas County death records.

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Charles Goin received a military discharge, according to Dallas County Discharge Book 22, page 433.

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Charles Robert Goin was born in Dallas County, according to Dallas County Birth records.

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Dois Virgle Goin died May 17, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Donald Wayne Goin was born March 14, 1948 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 30503. He was married to Janice Darlene Bishop June 21, 1967, according to Tarrant County, Texas Marriage Book 143, page 208. Donald Wayne Goin and Janice Darlene Bishop Goin gave a deed of trust to First Fidelity Mortgage Company June 12, 1968 on a residence in Arlington, Texas. Donald W. Goin (35) was married again to Nancy A. Friend (35) on January 28, 1984 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Donald W. Goin Jr. (21) married Wendy L. Woolery (20) on December 28, 1991 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Eddie B. Goin died March 11, 1977 according to Dallas County death records.

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Floyd Spencer Goin died January 11, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.

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Freda Odessa Goin died December 31, 1983 according to Dallas County death records.

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Gay Ann Goin was born in Dallas County August 29, 1946, according to BVS File 87353.

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Harvey Morgan Goin died March 26, 1985 according to Dallas County death records.

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Helen Buenetta Goin died May 2, 1957, in Dallas County, according to BVS File 22458.

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James Goin, white male, was born in August 1855 in Georgia, according to his 1900 census enumeration of Dallas County, Enumeration District 104, page 7. He was living alone at 740 Elm Street, Dallas.

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James L. Goin married Gertruede L. Nicholson (30) on May 23, 1992 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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James Goin Blakeway died August 21, 1997 according to Dallas County death records.

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Kathreine Joyce Goin died June 01, 1990 according to Dallas County death records.

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Kenneth F. Goin (24) married Penny R. Coombs (24) on April 7, 1984 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Laura Vandaline Goin died July 4, 1954 in Dallas County, according to BVSFile 32475.

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Mark Jeffrey Goin was born in Dallas County August 11, 1963, according toBVS File 131143.

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May C. Goin, a waitress, roomed at 1207 Royal, according to the 1919 citydirectory of Dallas.

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Millard Goin died November 20, 1930 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 52357.

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Nancy Carol Goin was born in Dallas County February 28, 1957, according to BVS File 41248.

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Randall G. Goin (45) married Dianne Sigut (42) on June 29, 1991 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Reina Goin died May 21, 1969 according to Dallas County death records.

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Sam Goin and Gladys Goin gave a warranty deed May 30, 1944 to a lot in Dallas, according to Dallas County Deed Book 2491, page 240.

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Sammy Hollis Goin was born in Dallas County December 1, 1928, according to BVS File 100684. “Sammy H. Goin” died January 17, 1929 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 1971.

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William A. Goin died December 27, 1970 according to Dallas County death records.

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Charles R. Goines (24) married Natalie L. Taylor (26) on February 11, 1984 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Dale Edward Goines was born in Dallas County August 1, 1951, according to BVS File 117864. He was married to Catalina Cortinas (19) on January 9, 1971 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Daniel D. Goines (20) married Shellie S. Stevenson (17) on December 29, 1992 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Donna Lynn Goines was born in Dallas County February 16, 1951, according to BVS File 18214.

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Doyle E. Goines (30) married Cynthia L. Witt (30) on October 15, 1982 according to Dallas marriage records.

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Edward Lee Goines, son of Stirl Goines and Claudie Goines, was born in 1932. On September 2, 1949 Stirl Goines and Claudie Goines of La Flora County, Oklahoma, waived their rights of guardianship, and Freddie Goins brother of Edward Lee Goines was appointed as his guardian. Edward Lee Goines received a $2,400 estate at that time. The two brothers showed their residence as eight miles south of Dallas in 1949.

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Johnny Dewayne Goines was born in Dallas County March 16, 1961, according to BVS File 60425.

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Johnny L. Goines (38) married Deeloyce Howard (25) on December 17, 1979 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Kenneth Fred Goines was born in Dallas County October 29, 1953, according to BVS File 195598.

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Lee Davis Goines, Jr. was born in Dallas County February 24, 1965, according to BVS File 35362.

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Mary Ruth Goines was born in Dallas County September 27, 1963, according to BVS File 177093.

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Mollie Goines died January 28, 1955 in Dallas County, according to BVS File1102.

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Pamela Sue Goines was born in Dallas County December 23, 1963, according to BVS File 217658.

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Reva Woodell Goines was born in Dallas County February 2, 1963, according to BVS File 20559.

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Robert Luther Goines was born in Dallas County May 20, 1950, according to BVS File 61400. He married Laura J. Smith (35) on April 2, 1978 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Rosie Ann Goines was born in Dallas County June 1, 1960, according to BVS File 95895.

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Roy Goines was the father of an infant born October 10, 1915 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 41430.

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Sharon Elaine Goines was born in Dallas County December 4, 1962, according to BVS File 22479.

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Wanda Gail Goines was born in Dallas County August 16, 1953, according to BVS File 130602.

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Windy Nell Goines was born in Dallas County January 2, 1955, according to BVS File 3948.

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Miss Emma L. Going was superintendent of nurses at Texas Baptist Memorial Hospital and a resident there in 1910, according to the Dallas city directory. Emma L. Going received a warranty deed from K. K. Taylor to a lot in Bellevue Addition, Ft. Worth, September 17, 1912, according to Tar-

rant County Deed Book 386, page 209. Miss Emma L. Going was married to D. B. Hindman in 1918, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 39, page 237.

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Larry Earl Going was born in Dallas County May 18, 1948, according to BVS File 53373.

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Robert C. Going died December 06, 1969 according to Dallas County death records.

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Roberta Going was the mother of an infant born in Dallas County January 13, 1963, according to BVS File 92528.

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Susan Jane Going was born in Dallas County December 12, 1950, according to BVS File 184652.

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Wayne A. Going (23) married Kathryn A. Roark (22) on October 15, 1978 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Mrs. Belle Goings, assume to be a negro, was married to J. J. Lynch December 22, 1913, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 17, page 472. Apparently the marriage was short-lived. Mrs. Belle Goings, a widow, gave a warranty deed to H. D. Huffines November 6, 1915 to a lot in North Ft. Worth Addition for $800, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 484, page 215.

“Belle Goings, negro” lived at 110 Elm Street, according to the 1918 Ft. Worth city directory. In 1920 she was a housekeeper living at 1100 White. In 1923 and 1924 she lived at 1201 Humboldt, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

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Brenda Joyce Goings was born in Dallas County December 28, 1950, according to BVS File 201102.

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Christopher Lawrence Goings died December 01, 1994 according to Dallas County death records.

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Della Goings died February 12, 1987 according to Dallas County death records.

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Dennis A. Goings died September 12, 1994 according to Dallas County death records.

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Edgar Adolphus Goings died June 18, 1992 according to Dallas County death records.

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Eunice Goings, negro cook lived at 1224 North Haskell Avenue, according to the 1912 city directory of Dallas. She lived at 2416 San Jacinto, according to the 1914 Dallas city directory. In 1916 she, a maid, lived at 1726 Burford. In 1917 she was an attendant for R. T. Hamilton and roomed at 1720 Burford.

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James Steven Goings was born in Dallas County June 13, 1947, according to BVS File 210353.He married Carol E. Klempin (22) on December 27, 1968 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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James W. Goings and Helen Goings “of Dallas County,” along with Louie Thompson and Nina Thompson received a warranty deed from M. S. Russell to property in Van Zandt County, Texas November 25, 1952, according to Van Zandt County Deed Book 422, page 530. James W. Goings and Helen Goings leased 18 acres of Van Zandt County land to Shell Oil Company September 6, 1956, according to Van Zandt County Deed Book 463, page 546. They sold property in Van Zandt County February 5, 1965 to C. H. Ennis for $6,000, according to Deed Book 603, page 66.

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John Cecil Goings died August 02, 1997 according to Dallas county death records.

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Miss Lucy Goings, a seamstress for Rose Manufacturing Company, lived at 123 Sidney, according to the 1906 Dallas city directory. In the 1914 edition she was listed as a seamstress rooming at 3814 Watt.

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Lula Goings, negro, was listed as a domestic in the 1913 edition of the Dallas city directory, living at 1500 Ross Avenue.

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Marie Antionette Goings died June 21, 1997 according to Dallas County death records.

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Mary Goings, negro “lives with Martin Brown,” according to the 1894-95 city directory of Dallas.

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Mary Diane Goings was born in Dallas County July 10, 1957, according to BVS File 29813.

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Mary E. Goings was born in Dallas County April 18, 1926, according to BVS File 22871.

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Mary G. Goings died June 25, 1973 according to Dallas County death records.

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Mattie Francis Goings was born in Dallas County April 1, 1919, according to BVS File 16314.

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Maureen Lynn Goings was born in Dallas County October 29, 1957, according to BVS File 179299.

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Michael Dion Goings was born in Dallas County January 4, 1963, according to BVS File 3299.

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Nancy Nell Goings was born in Dallas County December 16, 1938, according to BVS File 106657.

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Natha Goings died March 16, 1956 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 1235.

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Ola Mae Goings died July 17, 1929 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 34560.

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R. V. Goings, Jr. was born in Dallas County April 5, 1956, according to BVS File 59814.

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Sharon Kay Goings was born in Dallas County November 10, 1955, according to BVS File 198636.

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Sherry Kay Goings was born in Dallas County October 1, 1962, according to BVS File 180714.

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William Zechariah Goings died July 28, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.

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Willie Ann Goings died March 22, 1916 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 6296.

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Alice Claire Goins was born in Dallas County February 15, 1936, according to BVS File 10964.

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Ballelieu A. Goins, negro, lived at 2316 Bryan Street, according to 1914 Dallas city directory. In 1915 he, a tailor, worked at 718 N. Central Avenue and roomed at 2514 Wade, according to the city directory. In 1916 “Mallalieu A. Goins,” negro, was a presser for M. B. Anderson and roomed at 2707 San Jacinto.

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Arthur W. Goins died April 09, 1972 according to Dallas County death records.

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Barbara J. Goins was the mother of an infant born February 2, 1960 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 20748.

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Ben Allen Goins was born in Dallas County April 18, 1962, according to BVS File 78140. He was married to Pamela E. Buchanan (19) on July 2, 1982 according to Dallas marriage records.

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Carrie Goins, a negro, lived “on the north side of Pacific Avenue between Bryan Live Oak,” according to the 1878-79 city directory of Dallas.

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Cora Goins was married to Cary Judkins April 13, 1912, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 14, page 40.

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Dempsey M. Goins died August 23, 1998 according to Dallas County death records.

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Dennis L. Goins (20) married Autrey N. Collins (20) on December 6, 1975 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Dewey M. Goins Jr. (19) married Lela M. Williams (18) on February 8, 1971 according to Dallas County marriage records.

Dewey M. Goins Jr. (27) married Lela M. Williams (27) on October 15, 1979 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Donald May Goins was born in Dallas County May 5, 1949, according to BVS File 60808.

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Donald Ray Goins died March 21, 1969 according to Dallas County death records.

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Earl Goins and Rosenia Goins gave a warranty deed to lots in Lincoln Manor Addition October 2, 1939 to R. L. Carmichael, according to Dallas County Deed Book 2167, page 31. “Earl Goins” died August 14, 1963 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 49766.

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Edward Goins was born in Oklahoma in 1932. About 1951 he was married to Vivian Lewis who was born in 1934. In 1952 Edward Goins, a truck driver and Vivian Lewis Goins, lived at 4115 Linfield Drive, Dallas.

Children born to Edward Goins and Vivian Lewis Goins include:

Vivian Deloris Goins born October 23, 1952

Vivian Deloris Goins, daughter of Edward Goins and Vivian Lewis Goins, was born in Dallas October 23, 1952, according to Dallas County Birth Book 58, page 523.

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Edward R. Goins died October 29, 1973 according to Dallas County death records.

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Effie M. Goins died August 13, 1924 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 25924.

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Erline Goins was married to Edward Hoover, 1713 Fairmont, Dallas, July 1, 1920, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 29, page 506.

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Ernestine Goins died July 24, 1985 according to Dallas County death records.

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Fannie Goins died April 02, 1994 according to Dallas Couty death records.

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Gary Alan Goins was born in Dallas County October 18, 1943, according to BVS File 175724.

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Gertrude Goins died August 14, 1956 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 4118.

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Harmon Leon Goins died September 30, 1994 according to Dallas County death records.

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Henry Goins was married to Mary Mack December 21, 1922 at Ferris, Texas, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 35, page 209. Children born to Henry Goins and Mary Mack Goins are unknown. “Henry Goins” died April 15, 1940 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 18389.

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Ida L. Goins died March 19, 1974 according to Dallas County Death records.

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James A. Goins (21) married Rebecca J. Robinson (18) on June 5, 1970 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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James Goins, negro laborer, roomed at 332 South Harwood, according to the 1909 city directory of Dallas.

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James Bruce Goins was born in Dallas County October 15, 1948, according to BVS File 122602.

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James Edward Goins was born in Dallas County October 28, 1946, according to BVS File 122697. He married Barbara Ann Shaw (19) on August 4, 1966 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Jennifer Leigh Goins died May 14, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Jessie Lee Goins died June 13, 1981 according to Dallas County death records.

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John Goins, negro, roomed at 1213 McKinzie, according to the 1911 Dallas city directory. In 1913, “John Goins, employee of Armstrong Packing Company” roomed at 3231 Santa Fe Avenue.

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John Glenn Goins died August 12, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.

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Johnny L. Goins (32) married Betty L. Strickland (32) on April 8, 1974 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Joseph P. Goins, laborer, living at the “northeast corner of Ewing and Polk Avenue in South Oak Cliff,” was listed in the 1889 city of directory of Dallas. The city at that time had a population of 500,000.

Joseph P. Goins and Mary Elizabeth Cole Goins were residents of Hutchins, Texas in 1892. Their son, William Cecil Goins was born there September 4, 1892, according to his death certificate. He was married about 1918, wife’s name Winnie Lee.

William Cecil Goins and Winnie Lee Goins received a warranty deed from Eddie Ruth Dennard to a lot in Block 5 of Ferguson Place Addition of Gladewater, Texas January 27, 1958, according to Gregg County Deed Book 516, page 293.

William Cecil Goins, “white, male, married, died July 23, 1965 of myocardial infarction” in Gladewater, Texas after a 31-year residency there, according to Gregg County Death Certificate No. 10881. He was buried in Southland Cemetery, Grand Prairie, Texas.

Winnie Lee Goins gave a warranty deed to Lot 15, Block 5, Shepard Hills Addition of Gladewater to Aubrey L. Price June 29, 1968, according to Gregg County Deed Book 743, page 30.

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Joshua V. B. Goins, negro, is believed to have been born in Ohio January 1, 1844. He was married about 1878, wife’s name Mollie. “Joshua Goins” who served in an Ohio infantry company during the Civil War, later lived in Waxahachie, Texas. “J. Goins,” negro preacher, believed to be Joshua V. B. Goins, was listed in the 1875 city directory of Dallas living at 116 Juliette.

Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins, “negro minister of the gospel,” performed a wedding May 25, 1882 and another December 17, 1899 in Ellis County, Texas. Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins lived at 417 Robbin, Houston, Texas, in 1903, according to the city directory of Houston. Two people composed the household. In the 1905-06 edition of the directory he was listed as the presiding elder of the Brenham AME Church.

Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins died January 14, 1907 and was buried in the Waxahachie Cemetery. Mollie Goins later returned to Dallas to make her residence. She wrote her will there June 28, 1927, naming sons, Austin Goins and Joshua Goins. Mentioned in her will were her grandchildren,

Julius Goins, May Ella Goins and Lillian Goins. Witnesses were Ludie Austin and Bessie Richie.

It is believed that children born to Joshua B. V. Goins and Mollie Goins include:

Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. born June 5, 1879
J. Cicero Goins born about 1880
Austin Goins born about 1883

Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr, believed to be the first child of Joshua V. B. Goins and Mollie Goins was born June 5, 1879, place unknown. On November 14, 1918 Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. and B. J. Goins, assumed to be his wife, Beulah J. Goins, received a deed from H. M. Jackson to Lot 1, Block 2, Division B, Austin, Texas, according to Travis County Deed Book 305, page 319. On August 23, 1922 they sold the property to H. D. Dear, according to Travis County Deed Book 337, page 180.

Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. received a release from H. M. Jackson December 13, 1921 to Lot 56. Block 2, Division B. Austin, according to Travis County Deed Book 333, page 598. On August 23, 1922 Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. gave a mechanics lien to H. D. Dear on five acres of land, according to Travis County Deed Book 333, page 463.

In the 1924 edition of the Austin city directory, Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. appeared as “presiding elder Temple District, AME with address at 12157 San Bernard. The address remained the same for the next 25 years. In the 1924 edition “Vernie J. Goins” unidentified, appeared in the household at 1157 San Bernard. She was listed as a teacher at Olive Street High School. She reappeared in the same listing in the 1927 and 1928 editions.

On May 4, 1926 “B. J. Goins,” assumed to be Beulah J. Goins, received a release from W. S. Drake to Lots 1 and 2, Block 56B, according to Travis County Deed Book 387, page 472.

On March 22, 1930 they received a deed from W. E. Keesee to one acre of land at Sealy, Texas, according to Travis County Deed Book 450, page 159. In the 1930 and 1932 editions of the Austin city directory she appears as a teacher in the Olive Street School living at 1157 San Bernard.

Beulah J. Goins received a deed from Trini M. Silba to Lot 5, Block 3B, Austin, September 4, 1931, according to Travis County Deed Book 472, page 33. She received a deed from Jacob Schutterle November 16, 1933 to Lots 4 & 5, Block 4B, Austin, according to Travis County Deed Book 496, page 577.

She received a deed of trust from Ted Wentlandt March 27, 1936, to Lot 5, Block 3D, Austin, according to Travis County Deed Book 537, page 280. They received a deed from Paul O. Simms December 27, 1940 to Lot 1, Block 2B, Austin, according to Travis County Deed Book 661, page 428

On October 24, 1944 Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. and Beulah J. Goins received a deed from J. M. Johnson to Lot 9, Block 44, Manor, Texas, according to Travis County Deed Book 749, page 92.

She gave a deed to Lot 45, Block 38B, Austin, to Asilea Campbell March 7, 1945, according to Travis County Deed Book 752, page 551. On March 21, 1946 she received a deed to Lot 79 Glen Acres Addition, Austin, from Walter Grieg, according to Travis County Deed Book 793, page 251. She received a deed from Daisy Walker November 3, 1947 to Lot 6, Block 15B, Austin, according to Travis County Deed Book 963, page 265.

In 1947, Beulah J. Goins was listed as the treasurer of the Order of Eastern Star of Texas with residence at 1157 San Bernard, according to the Austin city directory. Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. was listed as “AME Church.”

She gave a deed to Bessie M. Carter November 19, 1947 to Lot 5, Block 3B, Austin, according to Travis County Deed Book 871, page 567. On July 12, 1948 she deeded Block 79, Glen Oaks Addition to Children’s Haven Association, according to Travis County Deed Book 914, page 247.

In 1949 Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. was listed in the city directory of Austin as the pastor of A. M. E. Church.

On January 12, 1950 Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr., and Beulah J. Goins gave a deed to Lot 5, Block 3B, Austin, to Dora Thompson, according to Travis County Deed Book 1021, page 190.

On April 22, 1954 Beulah J. Goins gave a deed to Lot 79, Glen Oaks Addition to E. E. Nauman, according to Travis County Deed Book 1447, page 348.

On June 8, 1955 Beulah J. Goins, president of Children’s Haven Association, gave an affidavit to the public, according to Travis County Deed Book 1591, page 326.

From 1952 forward the residence of Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr., and Beulah J. Goins was listed as 2015 Manor Road, according to the Austin city directory. Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. gave a quit claim deed to Vivian L. Morris April 2, 1958 to Lot 10, Block 11B, according to Travis County Deed Book 1914, page 48. He gave a deed to Lot 1, Block 2B, Austin to Annie Hillery, November 10, 1958, according to Travis County Deed Book 1971, page 20. He gave a deed to the same property to Mattie Dodson Hudson January 2, 1962, according to Travis County Deed Book 2402, page 216.

Beulah J. Goins died January 16, 1964 leaving an estate valued at $52,271.77, according to Travis County Probate File 25505. She was born August 22, 1882 and lived to be 81. Her husband was named executor and retained his residence at 2015 Manor Road, Austin.

Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. died February 2, 1966 at age 86, leaving an estate valued at $40,000, according to Travis County Probate File N. 28012. He continued to live at 2015 Manor Road at the time of his death.

Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. had no children according to the probate record, but had adopted Ima Gladys Dudley, the daughter of Roy Dudley, September 9, 1924. Ima Gladys Dudley was born December 2, 1919. Ima Gladys Dudley Goins appeared in the household of the Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr. at 1157 San

Bernard as a student in the 1937 city directory of Austin. Ima Gladys Dudley Goins was cashier for the “Austin Informer” in 1941, according to the Austin city directory.She had married Roger Clinton Runnells and lived in Dallas, Texas in 1966.

The will of Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr., listed five nieces and nephews as heirs and provided that $500 of the estate would go to each of them.

Recipients of the $500 behests were:

James Austin, nephew, 9003 43rd Street, Los Angles.
Allean Francis, niece, 831 East 47th St. Los Angeles.
Lonnie Asamore, niece, 900 East 43rd St. Los Angeles.
Walter P. Austin, nephew 9003 43rd St, Los Angeles.
Clara White niece, 1415 E. Hoffer, Banning, CA.

J. Cicero {or Sisero} Goins, negro, regarded as the son of Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins and Mollie Goins, was born about 1880. He and his wife, Anna Liza Goins, received a deed from John D. Fields April 4, 1894 to Lots 9 & 10, Block 46, Manor, Texas, according to Travis County Deed Book 133, page 84.

J. Cicero Goins was a trustee of the Colored Knights of Pythias Hall at Manor, according to Travis County Deed Book 166, page 257. He participated in a real estate transaction for the lodge April 15, 1902. Anna Liza Goins, daughter of Carolina Johnson, father unknown, was born May 29, 1865 in Abingdon Parish, Virginia.

J. Cicero Goins died in 1903, probably at Manor, according to Travis County Deed Book 3766, page 1612.

Anna Liza Goins gave an acknowledgement to Thomas Goggan & Bro. July 6, 1904 regarding Lots 1 & 2, Block 46, Manor, according to Travis County Deed Book 181, page 320. Apparently Anna Liza Goins moved to Austin about 1911.

She received a deed to Lot 1, Block 4, Crow Addition from E. J. Hofheinz for $225 on March 10, 1911, according to Travis County Deed Book 247, page 299.

She received a deed from Hall Hailey to Lots 23 & 24, Block 41, Division B, Austin, January 3, 1920, according to Travis County Deed Book 316, page 46. On February 25, 1919 she gave a deed to Hal Hailey to the Crow Addition property, according to Travis County Deed Book 306, page 510. Anna Liza Goins appeared in the 1920 city directory of Austin as a laundress living at 1153 San Bernard, adjacent to the home of Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr, regarded as her brother-in-law.

In 1922, she appeared as a cook living at that same address. In the 1924 city directory of Austin Anna Liza Goins appeared as a cook living at 907 East 13th Street, an address she maintained for the next 32 years. She received a release to the property from Hal Hailey July 20, 1925, according to Travis County Deed Book 376, page 183. In 1922 and 1924, Carrie L. Goins, negro student at Samuel Huston College, lived at

1203 East Avenue in the home of Anna Liza Goins.

She received a deed from Charley Lee January 7, 1926 to Lots 9 and 10, Block 46, Manor, property she and J. Cicero Goins has originally purchased in 1894, according to Travis County Deed Book 383, page 79. Anna Liza Goins gave a deed to her property in Manor to Mattie Lee February 15, 1930, according to Travis County Deed Book 448, page 38.

Anna Liza Goins, age 89, was listed as non compus mentis in 1954, according to Travis County Probate File 16404. Her daughter, Roxie D. Goins Leslie, was appointed her guardian, and James C. Goins, her son, was appointed surety.

Anna Liza Goins died July 15, 1956, of a cerebral vascular accident, according to Travis County Death Certificate 10260. She was 91. Anna Liza Goins had appeared in the Austin city directory at 907 East 13th Street each year until her death. She was listed as a cook, laundress, and a maid.

Children born to J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins include:

John Daniel Goins born about 1888
James C. Goins born about 1891
Leah Augusta Goins born about 1894
Benjamin Trigg Goins born in 1896
Guybrett Goins born about 1898
[infant] born about 1899, died at birth
Roxie D. Goins born April 24, 1900

John Daniel Goins, believed to be the first child of J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins, was born about 1888. He joined his brothers and sisters in deeding their interest in Lots 9 and 10, Block 46, Manor to his mother December 23, 1920, according to Travis County Deed Book 327, page 223. He was a resident of Harris County, Texas, at that time; he died in 1926 as a single man.

James C. Goins, assumed to be the second child of J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins, was born about 1891. He was married to Estrella Drake January 5, 1915, according to Bexar County, Texas Marriage Book 7, page 302.

They received a warranty deed from D. D. Harrigan July 17, 1918 to Lot E, Block B, NCB631, San Antonio, Texas, according to Bexar County Deed Book 543, page 107. He joined his brothers and sisters in deeding his interest in Lots 9 and 10, Block 46, Manor to his mother December 23, 1920, according to Travis County Deed Book 327, page 223. He was a resident of Bexar County at that time.

James C. Goins and Estrella Drake Goins gave a warranty deed to G. W. Bouldin September 6, 1924, according to Bexar County Deed Book 786, page 260. An Ester Goins, possibly Estrella Drake Goins, appeared in the 1932-33 city directory as a domestic, living at 304 Washington Street.

Estrella Drake Goins sued James C. Goins for a divorce in 1954, but the case was dropped. James C. Goins died December 28, 1957, according to Bexar County Deed Book 4229, page 339 and BVS File 6546. Estrella Drake Goins gave an affidavit to the public October 16, 1969, according to Travis County Deed Book 3766, page 1612.

One child was born to James C. Goins and Estrella Drake Goins and she lived only three weeks. She was identified as Ella Jay Weise Goins.

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Kenneth Paul Goins was born in Dallas County March 18, 1961, according to BVS File 60419.

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L.W. Goins died August 30, 1984 according to Dallas County death records.

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Larry Goins died May 13, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Larry M. Goins (20) married Sheryl L. Hall (16) on April 5, 1974 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Larry Wayne Goins was born in Dallas County August 20, 1952, according to BVS File 120649.

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Leah Augusta Goins, believed to be the third child of J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins, was born about 1894. She was married April 22, 1915 to J. W. Gilbert. On November 26, 1920, Leah Augusta Goins Gilbert was remarried to Garrett Piper, according to Travis County Marriage Book 23, page 392.

Leah Augusta Goins Gilbert Piper deeded her interest in the family home in Manor to her mother December 23, 1920, according to Travis County deed Book 327, page 223. She died in 1941 leaving one son, Theodore Piper.

Benjamin Trigg “Toby” Goins, fourth child of J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins, was born in 1896 in Manor. He, a janitor, enlisted in the 23rd Engineers Service Company in World War I on April 3, 1918 at age 21, at Austin. He served in the American Expeditionary Force in France from June 30, 1918 to June 30, 1919, according to Travis County Discharge Book 1, page 265. He was discharged July 3, 1919. a single man. In 1920 he was listed as a porter for Austin Goodyear Company and lived at 1153 San Bernard, near the residence of Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr, believed to be a kinsman, according to the Austin city directory.

He joined his brothers and sisters in deeding the family home to his mother December 23, 1920, according to Travis County Deed Book 327, page 223.

In 1922 Benjamin Trigg “Toby” Goins appeared in the Austin city directory as a porter for Bohn Brothers and continued to live at 1153 San Bernard, according to the directory. He reappeared in the 1924 and 1927 city directory as a deliveryman for Bohn Brothers and lived with his mother at 907 East 13th Street.

In 1929 he was listed as a deliveryman for Stebbins & James, continuing to live in his mother’s residence. In the 1930-31 city directory he was listed as a porter for Jud S. James and lived at 907 East 13th street. He died March 16, 1932.

Guybrett Goins, fifth child of J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins, was born about 1098 at Manor. She joined her brothers and sisters December 23, 1920 in deeding her interest in the family home to her mother, according to Travis County Deed Book 327, page 223.

She appeared as a laundress living at 1153 San Bernard, near the residence of Rev. Joshua V. B. Goins, Jr, believed to be a kinsman, according to the 1920 city directory of Austin. This was the address of her mother.

She was married June 3, 1922 to James E. Mosley, according to Travis County Marriage Book 24, page 457. Guybrett Goins Mosley died in 1933 in San Diego, California leaving one son, Tom Mosley.

The sixth child of J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins died at birth about 1899.

Roxie D. Goins, seventh child of J. Cicero Goins and Anna Liza Goins, was born April 24, 1900 at Manor, according to Travis County Birth Certificate 7929. She appeared in the 1920 city directory of Austin living with her sister, Guybrett Goins at 1153 San Bernard. she was listed as a laundress.

She was married October 25, 1919 under the name of Josephine Goins, to Crawford Walker. according to Travis County Marriage Book 22, page 489. In 1920 they joined in deeding her interest in the family home at Manor to her mother, according to Travis County Deed Book 327, page 223. On August 4, 1928, Roxie D. Goins Walker was married to Eugene Tucker, according to Travis County Marriage Book 29, page 61. Before 1954, she had married a man named Leslie. Roxie D. Goins Walker Leslie was appointed her mother’s guardian in 1954. Later she was remarried and her husband’s name was Tucker.

In 1969 Roxie D. Goins Walker Leslie Tucker was a widow living in the home previously occupied by her mother at 907 East 13th Street, Austin.

Austin Goins, believed to be the third child of Joshua V. B. Goins and Mollie Goins was born about 1883, probably in Ellis County, Texas. It is believed that he married about 1903. From the will of Mollie Goins, it is believed that the children born to Austin Goins include:

Julius Goins born about 1905
May Ella Goins born about 1908
Lillian Goins born about 1911

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Linda Kay Goins was born August 16, 1957 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 138829.

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Linda Lynn Goins was born in Dallas County January 22, 1965, according to BVS File 3046.

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M. A. Goins was married to Ella M. Foster February 23, 1914, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 18, page 17. Of Ella M. Foster Goins nothing more is known.

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Mable Goins died July 30, 1982 according to Dallas County death records.

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Mary S. Goins died September 03, 1972 according to Dallas County death records.

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Maggie Goins, negro, a domestic, lived at 2011 Elm, according to the 1916 Dallas city directory.

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Mallated Alexander Goins died September 17, 1963 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 34857.

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Mamie Goins was the mother of an infant born in Dallas County December 17, 1921, according to BVS File 75474.

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Mary Goins, negro, lived at 2201, according to the 1914 Dallas city directory.

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Miss Maude L. Goins was married to C. H. Meadows October 19, 1912, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 15, page 267.

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Meldor Goins, a boy, was buried in Pleasant Mound Cemetery, Dallas County, according to “Pioneers of Yesteryear” by Stella Vinson Bryant. No dates were given.

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Michael D. Goins (31) married Romanita Gonzalez (23) on December 11, 1992 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Milton J. Goins (28) married Anne H. Keiller (28) on December 23, 1971 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Myron Jay Goins was born in Dallas County January 6, 1960, according to BVS File 3391.

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Nathan Goins was married to Mary Brown March 15, 1890, according to Dallas County Marriage Book K, page 3346. Nathan Goins of 311 South Pearl, Dallas, was married to Laura Clark December 11, 1914, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 19, page 113. Nathan Goins, died January 4, 1953, in Dallas County, according to Texas BVS File 1529. Of Mary Brown Goins and Laura Clark Goins nothing more is known.

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Paul Thomas Goins was born in Dallas County June 29, 1922, according to BVS File 1-31742. He married Mary W. Pollick (55) on October 1, 1968 according to Dallas County marriage records. Paul Thomas Goins died October 06, 1991 according to Dallas County death records.

Paul T. Goins (51) married Josie M. Wood (48) on January 18, 1974 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Paul T. Goins Jr. (30) married Delia J. Haynes (27) on February 5, 1979 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Mrs. Pearl Goins lived at 530 Live Oak in 1908, according to the Dallas city directory. “Pearl Goins” was married February 4, 1920 to James Ferguson, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 28, page 490. James Ferguson had the marriage license mailed to him %Ft. Worth Stockyards, Ft. Worth, Texas.

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Rober Goins (20) married Mary C. Sistrunk (26) on February 20, 1978 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Rodney Goins died October 11, 1981 according to Dallas County death records.

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Rodney Earl Goins was born April 9, 1957 In Dallas County, according to BVS File 59425.

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Rosemia J. Goins died May 01, 1971 according to Dallas County death records.

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Rufus Goins (59) married Christine Smith (38) on April 9, 1975 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Rupert Goins, a clerk roomed at 366 Wood, according to the 1909 city directory of Dallas.

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Sandra Delene Goins died August 13, 1957 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 4449.

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Sarah E. Goins died November 03, 1978 according to Dallas County death records.

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Sarah Stella Goins died July 20, 1979 according to Dallas County death records.

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Scott D. Goins (25) married Keri L. McCubbin (25) on November 9, 1991 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Sherry Lynn Goins was born in Dallas County November 28, 1949, according to BVS File 196902.

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Sterling A. Goins died February 26, 1994 according to Dallas County death records.

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T. J. Goins died December 7, 1917 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 34277.

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Thelma Scott Goins died December 16, 1980 according to Dallas County death records.

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Thomas Goins, negro, lived at 2122 Runnells, according to the 1914 Dallas city directory.

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Thomas Lawrence Goins was born in Dallas County May 1, 1951, according to BVS File 66871.

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Vera Vivian Goins died December 28, 1998 according to Dallas County death records.

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Vincent W. Goins (25) married Pamela M. Alexander (20) on April 24, 1984 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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W. C. Goins made an affidavit to the public in connection with eight acres of land in Hutchins, Texas August 1, 1939, according to Dallas County Deed Book 2163, page 637. W. C. Goins and his wife, Winnie Goins, gave a warranty deed to W. T. Trammell February 12, 1944, to a lot in Winnetka Sub-division, according to Dallas County Deed Book 2462, page 337.

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Wilburn Lawrence Goins was born in Dallas County, October 17, 1945, according to BVS File 115425. He died March 25, 1946 in Dallas County.

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Will Goins Jr. died July 08, 1967 according to Dallas County death records.

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William C. Goins, post office clerk, roomed at the YMCA, according to the 1917 city directory of Dallas. He received a discharge from military service in World War I, according to Dallas County Discharge Book 1, page 494.

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Willie L. Goins (40) married Bobbie A. Brown (22) on February 22, 1973 according to Dallas County marriage records. They remarried on July 9, 1979.

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Willis D. Goins (20) married Linda Gail Rooth (19) on June 8, 1968 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Winnie Lee Goins died July 29, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Frank Gouin was married to Gertrude M. Hazeltine June 28, 1920, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 29, page 487. He gave his address as 308 American Exchange Building. Of Frank Gouin and Gertrude M. Hazeltine nothing more is known.

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Ebrum Goun, negro, was the father of a child born April 29, 1907, according to Dallas County Birth Book 4, page 47.

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A. G. Gowan gave a real estate release to Henry Schaerdel January 14, 1927, according to Dallas County Deed Book 1420, page 59.

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Ann Elizabeth Gowan was born in Dallas County December 20, 1963, according to BVS File 23552.

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Arnold C. Gowan (32) married Vicki L. Eaton (23) on May 18, 1984 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Beatrice Nash M. Gowan died January 5, 1956 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 1071.

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Ben Cecil Gowan died April 27, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.

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Bert R. Gowan was married to Donna S. Glenn on June 3, 1966, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 836, page 2291. Of Bert R. Gowan and Donna S. Glenn Gowan nothing more is known.

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Bertha Gowan, a negro clerk, appeared in the 1947-48 Dallas negro city directory living at 407 Hart Street.

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Brenda Gowan, a student, lived at 6547 Lockheed Avenue, according to the 1972 city directory. She was listed in the telephone directory as “Brenda Gowans.”

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Catherine Maria Gowan was born January 21, 1958 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 4765.

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Charles Gowan, a laborer, lived at 148 Cockrell Avenue, the address given by Zachary Gowan in the 1906 city directory of Dallas.

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Charles R. Gowan, a clerk who worked and lived at Hotel Cliff, was listed in the 1911 city directory of Dallas.

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Claude E. Gowan was married to Joanne A. Bennett October 28, 1958, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 142, page 129. Children born to Claude E. Gowan and Joanne A. Bennett Gowan are unknown.

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Daniel Rand Gowan was born October 21, 1959 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 205384.

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Daron Levell Gowan was born in Dallas County December 22, 1962, according to BVS File 242780.

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Debbie Christell Gowan was born September 22, 1958 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 156716.

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Donnell Gowan lived at 828 Compton, Irving, Texas, according to the 1972 Irving, Texas telephone directory.

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Edward Gowan, a negro porter at Oriental Hotel, roomed at 350 Jackson, according to the 1896 city directory of Dallas.

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Eliza Gowan, a negro, died February 24, 1922 in Dallas County, according to Dallas County Death Book 10, page 66.

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Eric Dewayne Gowan was born in Dallas County October 31, 1959, according to BVS File 205381.

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Ethel Gowan, an instructor for the Kodak Company, lived at 5614 Boaz Street, Apt. 1, Dallas, according to the Dallas telephone directory of 1972.

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Frances Pauline Gowan was married to Louis Black October 6, 1945, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 89, page 2.

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G. G. Gowan lived at 605 Seaside Drive, according to the 1972 Dallas telephone directory.

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George F. Gowan, an accountant for White & McGinty, lived at 9230 Cedar Spur, Apartment 206, according to Dallas city directory of 1972.

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Helen Elvira Gowan was married to Earl Milligan March 31, 1956 in Dallas, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 132. page 76.

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Henry Gowan was married to Maggie Winn May 23, 1908, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 4, page 124. Children born to Henry Gowan and Maggie Winn Gowan are unknown.

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Irma Gene Gowan was married to William Ernest Taylor May 17, 1956, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 132, page 374.

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James E Gowan (41) and Cheryl D. Hotal (27) were married August 3, 1984 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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James Gowan and Roberta Sample Gowan were the parents of Verna Gowan who was born November 14, 1969, according to Dallas County Birth Record B63001, page 588.

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James Ray Gowan was born in Dallas County January 22, 1957, according to BVS File 4110.

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Jimmie Gowan was a resident of 1613 West 8th Street, Irving, according to the 1972 telephone directory.

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Jimmie Rita Gowan was married to Emery Eugene Kincaid October 22, 1955, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 130, page 299.

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Jo Ann Gowan was married to William H. Carr, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 8, page 84.

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John David Gowan died May 20, 1980 according to Dallas County death records.

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John Richard Gowan and his wife, Grace Woolley Gowan joined other Woolley heirs in giving a mineral assignment to Gene Powell June 3, 1969, according to Gregg County, Texas Deed Book 771, page 422.

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Laura Jean Gowan, was born March 18, 1961 in Dallas County, Texas, according to BVS File 40019.

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Mrs. Mae Gowan Thompson died October 11, 1964 according to Dallas County death records.

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Margaret Grace Gowan was born in Dallas County May 18, 1959, according to BVS File 77415.

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Marlyn Jo Gowan was born in Dallas County October 31, 1959, according to BVS File 205381.

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Mary Lizzie Gowan gave a release to Tom Pate May 23, 1928 to a lot in Tyler, Texas according to Smith County, Texas Deed Book 203, page 74. In the release Mary Lizzie Gowan. “daughter and only child of Mrs. Cassie Abernathy” was joined by her husband Jack Gowan.

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Melvin Gowan was married to Ethel Mae Smith November 11, 1939 according to Dallas County Marriage Book 69, page 356. Children born to Melvin M. Gowan and Ethel Mae Smith Gowan are unknown.

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Meyerer D. Gowan died November 09, 1978 according to Dallas County death records.

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Minnie Gowan was married to I. Giles January 7, 1914, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 17, page 531.

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Nellie Gowan died March 22, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.

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Neva Fay Gowan was born in Dallas County March 20, 1945, according to BVS File 29036.

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Oscar Gowan in 1919 was a vulcanizer for Dixie Mold & Rubber Company and lived at 2108 Cabell, according to the Dallas city directory.

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Oscar N. [or W.] Gowan was married to Bennie Fry February 25, 1925, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 26, page 186, however no return was made of the license, indicating that the marriage may have not taken place. Nothing more is known of Oscar N. Gowan and Bennie Fry Gowan.

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Patricia Ann Gowan was born in Dallas County November 5, 1955, according to BVS File 198119.

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R. J. Gowan was married April 17, 1926 to Josie Fann, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 43, page 56. Children born to R. J. Gowan and Josie Fann Gowan are unknown.

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R. R. Gowan was mentioned in the May 31, 1883 edition of the “Dallas Herald,” page 6.

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Robert T. Gowan, secretary of Greater Southwest Corporation, lived at 9642 Spring Branch Drive, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas. His wife was listed as Eliz M. Gowan.

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Roy Gowan appeared in the 1972 telephone directory of Irving at 1930 Cartwright.

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Ruby J. Gowan was married to McIntyre Atkins May 2, 1966, according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Sharon Marie Gowan was born in Dallas County November 28, 1955, according to BVS File 220550.

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Sherrie Louise Gowan was born in Dallas County December 6, 1962, according to BVS File 224862.

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Shirley Ann Gowan was the mother of a child born April 6, 1955 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 57483.

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Theodore Phillip Gowan died May 27, 1991 according to Dallas County death records.

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Thomas Gowan, an employee of OIC, lived at 6860 Shady Brook Lane, Apt. 1004, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas. His wife was listed as Marylyn Gowan.

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Thomas A. [R?] Gowan inserted an advertisement in the April 4, 1860 edition of the “Dallas Times-Herald,” page 2.

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Thomas Paul Gowan was married January 6, 1956 to Jackie Carolyn Jameson, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 131, page 203. Children born to Thomas Paul Gowan and Jackie Carolyn Jameson Gowan are unknown.

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Thomas Phillip Gowan was born November 13, 1947 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 91878.

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Tommy W. Gowan (40) married Caren Anderson (39) on September 3, 1991 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Verna Gowan was married to Frank O’Bain September 12, 1959, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 145, page 481.

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W. E. Gowan lived at 1810 DeWitt in Irving, according to the 1972 telephone directory.

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Walter Gowan was a driver for Frank Hamm and lived on Alamo Street, according to the 1901 city directory of Dal-las. In 1902 he was employed by West Texas Brewing Company and lived at the north end of Alamo Street, according to the city directory.

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William Gowan, a machinist, roomed at 1501 Caruth, according to the 1911 Dallas city directory.

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William Carl Gowan was born in Dallas County March 22, 1962, according to BVS File 59562.

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William C. Gowan Jr. (39) married Malinda A. Garner (32) on March 19, 1971 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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William Edward Gowan , III, was born January 9, 1946 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 4577.

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William G. Gowan died December 27, 1971 according to Dallas County death records.

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Willie Gowan was married to Victoria Combs October 4, 1906, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 1, page 106. On January 11, 1917 Willie Gowan and Victoria Combs Gowan received a release on two acres of land, according to Dallas County Deed Book 861, page 289.

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Adolphus Gowans was born in Dallas County August 6, 1958, according to BVS File 134297.

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Beverly Ann Gowans was born in Dallas County July 9, 1963, according to BVS File 110873.

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Birdie Lee Gowans was listed in the 1972 telephone direc-tory at 3523 Hamilton Avenue, Dallas. The city directory identified her as “Bertie Lee Gowan, an employee of Mc-Kell Sportswear.”

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Calvin Wayne Gowans was born in Dallas County November 4, 1957, according to BVS File 208246.

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Cassirena Gowans was married to Rinzie Moore of Seagoville, Texas August 24, 1920, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 30, page 73.

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Diana Gowans was born in Dallas County July 5, 1948, according to BVS File 76689.

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Donnall Gowans was married to Lue Bertha Green December 1, 1959, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 146, page 389.

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Ethel Gowans lived at 3523 Hamilton, according to the 1972 Dallas telephone directory.

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Gertrude Gowans was married to James Brown of Palmer, Texas March 31, 1917, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 22, page 342.

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Grace Gowans was married to N. C. Glenn January 12, 1926, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 42, page 317.

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Helen Gowans lived at 2715 Holmes Street, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas.

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Ira D. Gowans lived at 2810 Sidney Street, according to the 1972 Dallas city directory.

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James L. Gowans was married to Barbara A. Lloyd June 13, 1969, according to Dallas County marriage records. In 1972 James L. Gowans and Barbara A. Lloyd Gowans lived at 3134 Ramsey Avenue, according to the Dallas city directory.

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Joan Gowans was born in Dallas County October 20, 1949, according to BVS File 54131. “Jo Ann Gowans” was married to Wanza D. King April 8, 1969, according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Jessie Gowans lived at 3333 Edgewood Street, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas. His wife was listed as Mildred Gowans.

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Larry L. Gowans (21) married Doris A. Beaty (20) on August 5, 1970 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Leon Gowans lived at 4218 Montie Street, according to the 1972 Dallas telephone directory. His wife was listed as Maurine Gowans in the city directory.

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Lonnie Carl Gowans was married to Lucille Williams May 13, 1947, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 97, page 360. He received a discharge from the military, according to Discharge Book 23, page 104. Lonnie Carl Gowans, an employee of Levines Department Store and Lucille Williams Gowans lived at 3110 Nandina Drive, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas.

It is believed that children born to Lonnie Carl Gowans and Lucille Williams Gowans include:

Lonnie Carl Gowans, Jr. born December 9, 1947
Larry Lavern Gowans born July 2, 1948

Lonnie Carl Gowans, Jr, son of Lonnie Carl Gowans and Lucille Williams Gowans, was born December 9, 1947, according to BVS File 155983. He was married March 2, 1971 to Linda G. Harrison, according to Dallas County marriage records. In 1972 Lonnie Carl Gowans, Jr. and Linda G. Harrison Gowans lived at 3110 Nandina Drive, according to the city directory.

Larry Lavern Gowans was born July 2, 1948 in Dallas County, according to BVS 152429. He was married to Doris A. Beaty August 10, 1970, according to Dallas County marriage records. Larry Lavern Gowans of the U.S. Navy and Doris A. Beaty Gowans lived at 3110 Nandina Drive, according to the 1972 city directory.

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Marilyn Jo Gowans was born in Dallas County January 22, 1961, according to BVS File 22150.

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Mark Evell Gowans was born May 12, 1954 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 73557.

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Marsha Renee Gowans was born in Dallas County January 22, 1965, according to BVS File 2994.

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Michelle Renai Gowans was born in Dallas County September 18, 1965, according to BVS File 139088.

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Norma Jean Gowans was born in Dallas County May 2, 1951, according to BVS File 66872.

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Ray Charles Gowans was born in Dallas County, Texas, in 1952, according to Dallas County birth records.

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Rickey Ricardo Gowans was born in Dallas County October 8, 1954, according to BVS File 218178.

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Rochelle Sheria Gowans was born in Dallas County September 18, 1965, according to BVS File 139069.

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Rogers Lee Gowans was married to Henrietta Cooper September 10, 1960, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 150, page 183. Henrietta Cooper Gowans, “widow of Rogers L. Gowans,” lived at 2611 Volga shortly afterward, according to the Dallas telephone directory. Apparently they were divorced. Rogers L. Gowans was remarried June 27, 1966 to Lynda Gaile Jefferson, according to Dallas County marriage records. Children born to Rogers L. Gowans and Lynda G. Jefferson Gowans are unknown.

Children born to Rogers L. Gowans and Henrietta Cooper Gowans include:

Rogers L. Gowans, Jr. born August 17, 1961

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Sarah A. Gowans was married to John K. Pitman January 29, 1969, according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Steve Gowans was married to Mattie Gabriel Gowans June 20, 1960, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 149, page 18. The 1972 Dallas city directory showed Steve Gowans and Mattie Gabriel Gowans at 1030 East Waco Street in 1972. The telephone directory showed them at 4312 Carpenter Avenue.

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W. G. Gowans received a warranty deed from John W. Dixon May 8, 1903, according to Dallas County Warranty Deed Book 310, page 83.

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Whitney K. Gowans (21) married Erica L. Bradley (19) on October 17, 1991 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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William T. Gowans and Emma Gowans lived at 117 Crutcher from 1902 to 1910, according to the Dallas city directory. He was listed as a laborer at Mosher Manufacturing Company in 1902 and 1903. In 1904 he was a helper at Hardwick-Connor Machinery Company. In 1905 he was a blacksmith at Iola Portland Cement Company. In 1906 he was a helper at the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad roundhouse. In 1907 he was listed as a blacksmith for the railroad. In 1908 and 1909 he was shown as a fireman for Stanard-Tilton Milling Company.

On January 8, 1908 William T. Gowans gave a release to W. L. Lively et al to property in Dallas County, according to Dallas County Deed Book 488, page 499 and Deed Book 424, page 375. In 1910 and 1911 he was employed by Continental Gin Company, according to the Dallas city directory.

It is believed that children born to William T. Gowans and Emma Gowans include:

Claude F. Gowans born about 1888
Stanley C. Gowans born about 1889
Curtis S. Gowans born about 1891

Claude F. Gowans, believed to be a son of William T. Gowans and Emma Gowans, was born about 1888. He was a driver for Steer Bros. Grocery and lived at 117 Crutcher in 1908, 1909 and 1910. In 1909 he was employed by F. J. Steer. In 1910 he was listed as a helper at Continental Gin Company.

Stanley C. Gowans, believed to be a son of William T. Gowans and Emma Gowans, was born about 1889. He was a clerk for Word Bros, Grocers in 1908 and 1909. He and his wife, Stacy C. Gowans, also lived at 117 Crutcher, according to the Dallas city directory.

Curtis C. Gowans, believed to be a son of William T. Gowans and Emma Gowans, was born about 1891. He was listed as a laborer living at 117 Crutcher in the 1910 city directory of Dallas. In 1911 he was listed as a clerk for Yeargan Grocery Company and lived at 3609 Crutcher.

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Willie F. Gowans, a meat cutter, was employed by Dixon Street Grocery and resided at 5549 Audrey Street with his wife, Gladys Gowans, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas.

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Mrs. Alberta Louise Gowen was married to Robert M. Seelman November 26, 1958 in Dallas, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 486, page 628.

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Alvester Gowen, an employee of Garland Foods, lived at 3350 Southern Oaks Boulevard, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas. His wife was listed as Willie Gowen.

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Anne Gowen was born September 22, 1912 in Dallas County. She was married April 24, 1942 while living in El Paso, Texas to Logan Dryden of El Paso. He was born October 8, 1910 at Sherman, Texas. They were married in Las Cruces, New Mexico, according to Dona Anna County Marriage Book 36, License No. 8289.

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Annie May Gowen gave a warranty deed to a lot in Dallas to B. Harris December 30, 1916, according to Dallas County Deed Book 693, page 678.

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Audrey Juanita Gowen died August 25, 1982 according to Dallas County death records.

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Barbara A. Gowen was married to Gary D. Troxell October 11, 1965, according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Barbara D. Gowen (19) married James L. Ellison (20) on September 28, 1979, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Barbara May Gowen was born in Dallas County September 7, 1940, according to BVS File 74150.

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C. S. Gowen gave a deed to a lot in Rosemont Crest Addition to Dallas Investment Company September 12, 1914, according to Dallas County Deed Book 716, page 350.

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In 1909 Charles Gowen, a student, boarded at 449 Williams, according to the Dallas city directory.

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Miss Colleen Ayvonne Gowen was married to Ralph Conrad McGaughy October 19, 1955, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 130, page 340.

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Calvin D. Gowen (27) married Millie R. McCormick (26) on August 16, 1980 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Carol A. Gowen (23) married Melvin L. (28) on August 16, 1969, according to Marriage Book 57.

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David Hart Gowen was born in Dallas County October 9, 1960, according to BVS File 182364.

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Constance E. Gowen (74) was married to James E. Swift (73) on April 18, 1993, according to Marriage Book 57.

Donnie R. Gowen (25) married Linda C. Armstong (25) on June 26, 1970, according to Marriage Book 57.

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E. C. Gowen was the parent of a child born in Dallas County, July 14, 1911, according to BVS File 19934.

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Evelyn Gowen was married July 10, 1942 to S. M. Meadows, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 72, page 582.

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Evelyn Jeanne Gowen was born in Dallas County November 10, 1942, according to BVS File 114300. Miss Evelyn Jeanne Gowen was married to William Palmer Seifert March 16, 1962, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 157, page 204.

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George Gowen Carey died October 21, 1998 according to Dallas County death records.

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Gary Lynn Gowen, 17 was married February 9, 1968 to Ce-cilia Mae Simons, 18, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 57. Children born to Gary Lynn Gowen and Cecilia Simons Gowen are unknown.

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Gordon Lance Gowen (20) was married to Patricia Elaine Merrell (20) on December 24, 1978, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Guy Louis Gowen was born in Dallas County May 20, 1956, according to BVS File 77484.

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Hazel Alberta Gowen died April 30, 1986 according to Dallas County death records.

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Hazel Terry Gowen deeded real estate to W. H. Jones January 19, 1931, according to Dallas County Deed Book 1680, page 367. “Hazel Gowen, widow of H. A. Gowen” and a retiree, lived at 2012 Pine Clift Street, according to the Dallas telephone directory.

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Jason L. Gowen (19) married Stephanie L. Bivens (20) on November 16, 1991 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Jeffery N. Gowen (24) married Rose M. Zavaletta (20) on July 12, 1980, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Larry L. Gowen (29) was married on December 24, 1978 to Mary A. Merrell (20), according to Marriage Book 57.

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Ricky N. Gowen (21) married Josephine Powell (18) on August 24, 1972, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Terry Guy Gowen was married to Hazel A. Jones March 19, 1927, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 45, page 179. Hazel A. Jones Gowen was born in 1910. In 1945, 1946 and 1947 they lived at 3941 Stanford in Dallas. Terry Guy Gowen died there April 8, 1952, according to BVS File 16949.

Hazel A. Jones Gowen was hospitalized in Timberlawn Hospital January 28, 1956 as a non compus mentis suffering from “schizophrenia brought on by excessive drinking,” according to Dallas County Probate File 43489-R. Ted Elward Gowen, her son was appointed her guardian and placed in charge of her estate valued at $12,438.90 on October 11, 1957. On January 30, 1963 she lived at Richardson, Texas.

Children born to Terry Guy Gowen and Hazel A. Jones Gowen include:

Ted Elward Gowen born October 4, 1928

Ted Elward Gowen, son of Terry Guy Gowen and Hazel A. Jones Gowen, was born October 4, 1928 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 80969. In 1945, 1946 and 1947 he was an engineering student at Southern Methodist University living in the home of his parents. Ted Elward Gowen “of Tarrant County, Texas” received a warranty deed November 17, 1953 to a lot in Bell-Hurst Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2638, page 29. On July 8, 1957 he gave a trustee’s deed to the property to Occidental Life Insurance Company, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3125, page 579.

He was married to Jane Helen Hunt January 12, 1960, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 147, page 80. In 1972 Ted Elward Gowen and Jane Helen Hunt Gowen lived at 808 North Lindle Lane, Dallas. In 1979 he lived at 28 Bunker Hill, Dallas. Also living at this address was David Gowen and Laurie Gowen.

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J. H. Gowen was listed in the visitor’s column of the “Dal-las Herald,” page 3 in its edition of February 12, 1869. The article mentioned that he was registered at the City Hotel.

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Jack Lemuel Gowen died November 13, 1967 according to Dallas County death records.

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Jessie M. Gowen died March 07, 1973 according to Dallas County death records.

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Jo A. Gowen (39) married Bayne B. Kemp (28) on December 23, 1970, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Jon K. Gowen (28) was married to Kimberly A. Guarnotta (27) on November 11, 2000, according to Marriage Book 57.

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John Gowen was referred to in a newspaper article appear-ing in the July 6, 1859 edition of the “Dallas Herald,” page 3, column 1.

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John Lymuel Gowen died March 18, 1982 according to Dallas County death records.

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John L. Gowen Jr. (22) was married to Kathy A. Keller (22) on June 1, 1986, according to Dallas County marriage records.

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John T. Gowen (23) married Joan E. Ansell (31) on June 6, 1972 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Joseph Gowen, a clerk, roomed at 512 Maston, according to the 1915 city directory of Dallas.

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Karen Juanita Gowen was born in Dallas County February 27, 1953, according to BVS File 38827.

Karen J. Gowen (24) was married to Walter S. Fowler on January 1, 1978, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Keith Gowen lived at 5900 Penrose, according to the Dallas telephone directory for 1972.

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Kerry Darrell Gowen was born in Dallas County February 11, 1960, according to BVS File 59782.

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Larry D. Gowen (49) married Patricia C. Evens (33) on May 17, 1991, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Larry Lynn Gowen was born in Dallas County August 25, 1949, according to BVS File 106652.

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Laura Lee Gowen was born in Dallas County October 15, 1965, according to BVS File 158996.

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Lillie Gowen died August 04, 1972 according to Dallas County death records.

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Linda K. Gowen (29) was married to Clayton M. (23) on September 17, 1971, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Linda Kay Gowen was born March 23, 1942 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 25050. She was married January 23, 1958 to Tex Michael Taylor, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 139, page 204.

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Linda Gowen (39) was married to Earl H. Kester (46) on April 2, 1982, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Marshall Raymond Gowen died January 21, 1982 according to Dallas County death records.

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Mary Ann Gowen was born November 10, 1928, according to Dallas County birth records.

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Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gowen was born in Dallas about 1905. She was married there about 1923, husband’s name un-known. She resided at 6474 Royal Lane in Dallas. She died there March 27, 1992 and was buried in Hillcrest Memorial Park. She was a lifetime resident of Dallas, according to her obituary in the “Dallas Morning News:”

“She was an active volunteer for the Lighthouse for the Blind, a member of American Business Womens Association and a long-time member of Highland Park United Methodist Church. Survivors include Betty Baker of Garland, Rosemary Payne of High-land Park; 10 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren. Serving as pallbearers will be Grandsons, David Payne, John Baker, James Baker and Robert Payne, Jr.”

Children born to Mary E. Gowen include:

Betty Gene Gowen born January 22, 1925
Rosemary Gowen born about 1928

Betty Gene Gowen, daughter of Mary E. Gowen, was born in Dallas County January 22, 1925, according to BVS File 2028. She was married to Shelton Jack Crowley December 17, 1943, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 82, page 137. “Miss Betty Gene Gowen” was also married to Farrell Kenneth Baker January 14, 1949, according to Dal-las County Marriage Book 105, page 125. In 1992 she lived in Garland, Texas.

Rosemary Gowen, daughter of Mary E. Gowen, was born in Dallas about 1928. She was married to Robert Payne about 1951. In 1992 she lived in Highland Park.

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Mary Kathryn Gowen was born in Dallas County December 24, 1950, according to BVS File 201105. “Mary K. Gowen” was married to Michael Z. Schwettmann May 22, 1971, ac-cording to Dallas County marriage records.

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Mrs. Maude Gowen, was married to G. T. Simmons of Lewisville, Texas September 4, 1917, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 27, page 316.

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Miss Mavis Gowen, office secretary for Seven-Eleven Foods, lived in Mesquite, Texas in 1972, according to the city directory.

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Nancy Marie Gowen was born September 30, 1938, according to Dallas County birth records and BVS File 76722.

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Neva Faye Gowen was married to Jerry Wayne Campbell January 19, 1962, according to Dallas County marriage Book 156, page 398.

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Paula K. Gowen, 18 was married Billy G. ????, Jr,.27) June 9, 1979, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 57.

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Paul R. Gowen, 27 was married to Maria J. Waasdorp, 20 August 18, 1979 according to Dallas County marriage records. Children born to Paul R. Gowen and Maria J. Waasdorp Gowen are unknown.

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Phillip B. Gowen. 38 was married to Mary M. Locke, 29 August 3, 1996, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 101. Children born to Phillip B. Gowen and Mary M. Locke Gowen are unknown.

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Raymond Gowen and Ruby L. Gowen “of Dallas County” gave a general warranty deed to Vesta Ozell Loyd to Lots 1 & 2, Block 75, Robinson Addition, Vernon, Texas, accord-ing to Wilbarger County, Texas Deed Book 276, page 405.

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Rebecca S. Gowen, 19 was married to Rodney W. ????,19 [see original copy] December 31, 1975, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 199.

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Ronald David Gowen was born in Dallas County January 13, 1959, according to BVS File 4653.

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Ruth Adelle Gowen was married to Earl Watkins October 14, 1955, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 130, page 257.

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Samuel Gowen, a negro teamster roomed at 2005 North Lamar, according to Dallas city directory of 1912.

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Scott D. Gowen (19) married Edie R. Martone 17 on July 22, 1990, according to Marriage Book 57.

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Sidnie Ellen Guynes died November 14, 1979 according to Dallas County death records.

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Therman Gowen was married to Louise Hawthorn February 3, 1925, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 40, page 92. Of Therman Gowen and Louise Hawthorn Gowen nothing more is known.

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Thomas I. Gowen died September 04, 1977 according to Dallas County death records.

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Thomas J. Gowen, Jr. was born in Dallas County, February 26, 1952, according to BVS File 37207. He married Robin C. Newkirk (29) on June 8, 1991 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Viola K. Gowen was married to A. J. Payne November 12, 1917, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 23, page 445.

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Virginia Mary Gowen died March 05, 1987 according to Dallas County death records.

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Wayne H. Gowen (28) married Gail Abate (28) on July 3, 1979, according to Marriage Book 57.

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William Mack Gowen, a painter, lived at 3617 Bryan, according to the 1912 city directory of Dallas. He was listed as “William M. Gowen, contractor” at the same address in 1913 and 1914. He was listed as “W. Mack Gowen, painter, 5308 Worth,” in the 1915 edition.

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William Rex Gowen was born in Texas in 1928 of parents unknown. In January 1959 he was an assistant manager for Saveway Stores in Dallas, living at 10559 Shiloh Road. He was married about 1949 to Setha Mavis Perry who was born in Texas in 1931.

They were the parents of:

Ronald David Gowen born January 13, 1959

Ronald David Gowen, son of William Rex Gowen and Setha Mavis Perry Gowen, was born January 13, 1959 in Dallas, according to Dallas County Birth Book 65, page 163.

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Willie Edward Gowen died August 03, 1969 according to Dallas County death records.

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Willie Swanson Gowen Sr. died May 27, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Wylie G. Gowen (32) married Reba M. McGehee (29) on August 17, 1973 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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A newsstory about an individual named Gowens appeared in the “Dallas Herald” in its edition of September 11, 1869.

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Alexander Boswell Gowens and his wife Viola A. Gowens, appeared in real estate records of Dallas County in 1925, 1926 and 1927, Deed Books 1246, page 60; Deed Book 1331, page 49, and Deed Book 1428, page 213. Viola A. Gowens died February 23, 1930, in Dallas, County, accord-ing to BVS File 7405. Alexander Boswell Gowens died December 22, 1951 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 61543.

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Bell Gowens died April 3, 1935 in Dallas County, accord-ing to BVS File 17681.

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Clarence L. Gowens died January 24, 1920 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 1043.

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Harriett Gowens, negro, boarded on North Collins Street, according to the 1878-79 Dallas city directory.

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Hattie Ora Gowens was married to Theopholus James Thompson April 14, 1958, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 140, page 38.

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Jimmy R. Gowens was married to Lydia R. Carnaghan October 11, 1969, according to Dallas County marriage records. Children born to Jimmy R. Gowens and Lydia R. Carnaghan Gowens are unknown. He remarried Lydia R. Carnaghan on December 18,1975 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Johnny Gowens, negro, died January 16, 1919, according to Dallas County Death Book 10, page 27.

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R. W. Gowens lived at 1205 Candise, according to the 1972 telephone directory of Dallas.

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Robert Wayne Gowens, son of Roy Gowens and Donna S. Glenn Gowens, was born January 3, 1967, according to Dallas County Birth Record B67002, page 354.

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S. A. Gowens lived at 13978 Brookgreen Drive, according to the 1972 Dallas telephone directory.

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Vanlee Gowens, negro laborer, lived at 2514 Wade, according to the 1915 city directory of Dallas.

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W. R. Gowens lived at 3006 Harlan Drive, according to the 1972 Dallas telephone directory.

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Annette Alice Gowin was the mother of an infant born in Dallas County July 6, 1927, according to BVS File 44189.

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Barbara M. Gowin was married to Cecil D. Littleton April 21, 1966, according to Dallas County birth records.

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Charles Gowin lived at 407 South Ebridge, according to the 1972 telephone directory of Dallas.

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Charles Elbert Gowin was born in Dallas County Septem-ber 13, 1949. according to BVS File 126048.

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Cindrea P. Gowin, daughter of Elige Gowin and Lula O. Powell Gowin, was born August 26, 1963, according to Dallas County Birth Book 64001, page 1027.

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Crystal L. Gowin died September 14, 1974 according to Dallas County death records.

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Douglas Keith Gowin was born October 2, 1951 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 159752. “Douglas K. Gow-in,” a student, lived at 8806 Cherrybrook Drive, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas. He Married Judith A. Havens (27) on October 1, 1983 accoring to Dallas County marriage records.

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E. R. Gowin lived at 5614 Boaz, according to the 1972 Dal-las telephone directory.

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Eugene L. Gowin died August 19, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Gilbert T. Gowin died in Dallas April 3, 1958, according to the “Dallas News” obituary column of April 4, 1958. His widow, May T. Gowin, a retiree, lived at 7919 Rilla Avenue, according to the 1972 city directory.

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Henry C. Gowin died November 12, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

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Hollis Howell Gowin died December 26, 1985 according to Dallas County death records.

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Jena Lee Gowin was the mother of an infant born in Dallas County January 12, 1933, according to BVS File 2127.

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Karl L. Gowin lived at 8806 Cherrybrook Drive, according to the 1972 Dallas telephone directory.

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Karl L. Gowin died March 22, 1976 according to Dallas County death records.

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Kyle Ray Gowin died November 19, 1997 according to Dallas County death records.

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May P. Gowin died July 31, 1975 according to Dallas County death records.

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Michael Wayne Gowin was born February 9, 1962 in Dallas County, according to BVS 20435.

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Mrs. Minnie Gowin roomed at 109 Park Avenue in 1919, according to the Dallas city directory.

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Ocie L. Gowin died July 25, 1973 according to Dallas County death records.

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Patricia Gowin was married to Billy Ray Furrh December 20, 1962, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 161, page 285.

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Randy Pat Gowin, son of Kenneth W. Gowin and Doris F. Dodd Gowin, was born in Dallas September 1, 1965, according to Dallas County Birth Book B-65002, page 2163.

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Richard Hugh Gowin was born in Dallas County January 9, 1955, according to BVS File 3345.He married Cynthia L. Hood (17) on June 22, 1974 according to Dallas County marriage records. He was married again when he was 25 to Kathy L. Jenkins (23) on January 9, 1980 according to Dallas County marriage records.

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Robert Gowin, age 14 in 1961 was the recipient of a $700 inheritance from his great uncle, Arthur G. Bosworth who died April 7, 1960. Robert W. Gowin, father of Robert Gowin, was appointed guardian by Dallas County Probate Court, according to Dallas County Probate File 52901-P. Robert W. Gowin lived at 549 Rowland in Dallas on August 7, 1964. Robert W. Gowin, a manufacturer’s representative, continued there in 1972, according to the city directory. His wife was listed as Elizabeth Gowin, office manager for

Henry Bullard, Florist.

==O==

Robert D. Gowin applied for a license to marry Ora E. Holt April 26, 1966, according to Dallas County marriage records. Robert Douglas Gowin (21) married Ora Elizabeth Holt (17) on June 14, 1968 according to Dallas County marriage records. In 1972 Robert D. Gowin and Ora E. Holt Gowin lived at 2335 Hillglen, according to the Dallas telephone directory.

==O==

Robert Douglas Gowin (21) married Ora Elizabeth Holt (17) on June 14, 1968 according to Dallas County marriage records.

==O==

Ronnie M. Gowin was married to Wanda S. Perew, according to their Dallas County marriage application dated July 20, 1965.

==O==

Roy R. Gowin lived at 3026 Ivandell Avenue, according to the 1972 city directory.

==O==

Roy R. Gowin died May 30, 1978 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Sammy Dale Gowin was born in Dallas County March 11, 1958, according to BVS File 40130.

==O==

Shalla A. Gowin died January 27, 1972 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Tammy Ann Gowin was born in Dallas County November 6, 1958, according to BVS File 202765.

==O==

William Gowin Mcneill died December 08, 1984 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

George Gowing lived at 13608 Brookgreen Drive, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas.

==O==

James M. Gowing was listed in the 1972 telephone directory at 4941 Ridgeside Drive. His wife was listed as Moya Gowing, and he was listed as “Joseph M. Gowing” in the city directory.

==O==

Harry O. Gowings was listed in the 1894-95 city directory of Dallas as a switchman boarding with Thomas S. Duffy. In 1897 “Harry O. Gowins” a switchman for H&TC Railway boarded at 516 Jackson.

==O==

Moya Elizabeth Gowing died January 06, 1998 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Allan Lee Gowins, son of James L. Gowins and Thelma E. Lee Gowins was born October 23, 1963, according to Dallas County Birth Book B64001, page 493.

==O==

Dewitt R. Gowins was the father of an infant born in Dallas County February 24, 1926, according to BVS File 9474.

==O==

Don Gowins lived at 1109 Bay Shore Drive, Garland, Texas, according to the Dallas telephone directory.

==O==

Eugenia Carlene Gowins was married to Willard Bryan Grant July 23, 1956, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 133, page 309.

==O==

Harry Witt Gowins died May 28, 1979 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

James L. Gowins (22) married Linda R. Middleton (19) on July 5, 1975 according to Dallas County marriage records.

==O==

Kathryn A. Gowins, office secretary of Skelly Oil Company, lived in Garland, according to the 1972 Dallas city directory.

==O==

Larry Ray Gowins was born in Dallas County June 7, 1948, according to BVS File 64782.

==O==

Leonard D. Gowins was married to Linda S. Elliott, according to Dallas County marriage records. Their marriage application was dated September 14, 1965. Of Leonard D. Gowins and Linda S. Elliott Gowins nothing more is known.

==O==

Leonard D. Gowins (27) married Linda L. White (32) on June 29, 1973 according to Dallas County marriage records.

==O==

Mary Suzan Gowins was born in Dallas County July 24, 1943, according to BVS File 75230.

==O==

Ronnie Mack Gowins was born in Dallas County July 24, 1943, according to BVS File 75087.

==O==

Will Gowins, 3023 Williams Street, was married to Nettie King October 17, 1921, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 32, page 517. Of Will Gowins and Nettie King Gowins nothing more is known.

==O==

William M. Gowins (29) married Myrna L. Rogers(26) on February 11, 1973 according to Dallas County marriage records.

==O==

Carrie Gown was listed in the 1972 telephone directory of Dallas living at 2206 McCoy Place.

==O==

Doris Marie Gown was married to Joe Louis Sweat February 21, 1959, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 143, page 255.

==O==

Mrs. W. Gowne died September 30, 1919 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 20142.

==O==

John W. L. Gownes, negro, died July 11, 1905 at the age of 75 years, six months, according to Dallas County Death Book 20, page 126.

==O==

John Gowns was married to Anna Williams January 17, 1904, according to Dallas County Marriage Book W, page 410. Children born to John Gowns and Anna Williams Gowns are unknown.

==O==

Pearlie Haretta Gowns was married to James Carl Forbes January 12, 1963, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 161, page 491.

==O==

Roberta Gowns was married to Clifford Roberts August 14, 1944, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 84, page 451.

==O==

K. Jay Anthony Goyanes was born in Dallas County September 27, 1961, according to BVS 181803. Joseph Anthony Goyanes was a student at Southern Methodist University in 1957 and 1958, according to the student directory. In 1957 he, a sophomore, lived at 4114 Cole Avenue, and in 1958 he lived at 5919 Victor.

==O==

J. Goyen was listed in the 1972 telephone directory of Dallas living at 7335 Fenton Drive.

==O==

Jim C. Goyen made application for a license to marry Joyce I. Pasqurella April 22, 1971, according to Dallas County Marriage records. In 1972 they lived at 5659 Townsend, according to the Dallas telephone directory.

==O==

Norris Earl Goyens was born in Dallas County December 25, 1954, according to BVS File 217718.

==O==

Gyla Goyne was born October 29, 1922 at Dallas. He enlisted in the U.S. Army December 18, 1944. He was discharged as a private May 25, 1945 showing an address of 1501 E. Leuda Street, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Discharge Book 17, page 343. His discharge papers listed him as white, divorced and a spinner by profession.

==O==

Joe R. Goyne was listed in the 1972 Dallas telephone directory at 3919 Sandhurst.

==O==

Lula C. Goyne died November 16, 1937 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 54268.

==O==

M. R. Goyne was listed in the 1972 Dallas telephone directory at 4334 Brown.

==O==

Laura Lou Goyne was a special student at Southern Methodist University in 1961 and lived at 4528 Belfort, according to the student directory.

==O==

R. Percy Goyne was listed in the 1972 Dallas telephone directory at 4433 Lorraine Avenue.

==O==

Robert Harold Goyne Sr. died May 18, 1988 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Robert James Goyne was married to Eulajean O’Donnell April 24, 1944, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 83, page 368.

==O==

T. B. Goyne & Company was referred to in the March 14, 1868 edition of the “Dallas Herald,” page 2.

==O==

T.B. Goyne died March 22, 1985 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Alice Marie Goynes died October 4, 1956 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 52083.

==O==

Beulah Goynes was listed in the 1972 telephone directory of Dallas at 4147 Clark College.

==O==

Beverly Jeanette Goynes was born in Dallas County May 3, 1956, according to BVS File 77607.

==O==

Dorothy Ann Goynes died October 24, 1985 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

George H. Goynes was listed in the 1972 telephone directory at 1726 Andres.

==O==

George H. Goynes Jr. (20) married Allyson E. Newton (20) on July 23, 1983 according to Dallas County marriage records.

==O==

Luther Goynes in 1972 lived at 6320 Kemrock, according to the Dallas telephone directory.

==O==

Martha Goynes lived at 7920 Saipan, according to the 1972 Dallas telephone directory.

==O==

Martha Goynes [Aka Allison] died February 27, 1982 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Theodore Goynes died December 20, 1971 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Beulah Ada Guynes died July 22, 1967 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Billy Loyd Guynes died February 14, 1997 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Calvin M. Guynes died May 22, 1975 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Charles Miller Guynes died January 24, 1969 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Cumbia Virgle Guynes died March 14, 1982 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

David Guynes died July 19, 1996 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

David Whitley Guynes died July 29, 1992 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Deva Guynes Chapman died February 11, 1982 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Edward Earl Guynes died January 16, 1965 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Gladys Fae Guynes died March 31, 1986 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Harvey Hilliard Guynes died December 31, 1964 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Hera Jayne Guynes died May 30, 1993 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Hughlan Guynes died January 15, 1977 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Jessie Mae Guynes died November 25, 1979 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

John Oscar Guynes died April 12, 1969 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

John R. Guynes died June 23, 1976 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Johnnie A. Guynes died November 28, 1976 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Joyce Lee Guynes died August 01, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Julius Bufkin Guynes died January 27, 1985 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Mackie K. Guynes died June 11, 1976 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Margie Marnice Guynes died September 11, 1995 accord-ing to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Norvel Madison Guynes died March 10, 1968 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Pauline B. Guynes died January 09, 1975 according to Dal-las County death records.

==O==

Raymond L. Guynes died June 06, 1980 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Scales Guynes died April 21, 1973 according to Dallas County death records

==O==

Sidnie Ellen Guynes died November 14, 1979 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Vernon A. Guynes Sr. died October 14, 1975 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

William Paul Guynes died November 10, 1994 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Claudine Esther McGowan died July 30, 1996 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Raymond Franklin McGowan died November 08, 1990 according to Dallas County death records.

==O==

Dottie Mae McGowen died October 30, 1981 according to Dallas County death records.

DAWSON COUNTY, TEXAS

James Mark Goen (25) married Eleanor Kaylene Dunn (26) on April 8, 1966 according to Dawson County marriage records.

DEAF SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS

E. G. Gowan was granted 243.5 acres of land in Section 88 of Deaf Smith County by the State of Texas August 3, 1934.

==O==

Mrs. George E. Gowan, Vega, Texas paid taxes on 758 acres in Deaf Smith County in 1972, according to the county tax records.

==O==

Claude “Jelly” McGowen married Rosalee Hevelone Saul Coplin on January 11, 1975 at First United Methodist Church in Hereford.

Rosalee McGowen and Claude “Jelly” McGowen celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday, January 15, 2000 at the Hereford Senior Citizens Center. Hosts for the event were Richard and Brenda Snow and Tom McGowen and Cyndy McGowen, all of Borger, Sam and Bonnie Saul of Flower Mound, Tom and Suzy Saul of Mineola and Ron and Ellen Dunaway of Lubbock.

Children of the couple are Tom McGowen, Brenda Snow, Ellen Dunaway, Tam Saul, Sam Saul, and the late David Lee Saul. The couple has 14 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.
DELEON COUNTY, TEXAS

DELTA COUNTY, TEXAS

James E. Goin was born in Tennessee in May 1857, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Delta County, Enumeration District 37, page 10, precinct 3:
Goin, James E. 43, born in TN in May 1857
Sarah 23, born in KY in Dec. 1876
Winnie M. 5, born in TX in October 1894
Milton 4, born in TX in Dec. 1895
Guy 10/12, born in TX in June 1899″

Winnie Mae Goin died July 12, 1926 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 24420.

==O==

M. C. Going and his wife, Eliza Going “of Delta County” gave a warranty deed to 40 acres in the Birdwell Survey to R. Bryant for $1,200 November 22, 1897, according to Delta County Deed Book Z, page 94.

==O==

Mrs. Sallie Gowan was married June 27, 1912 to H. D. Speaks, according to Delta County Marriage Book 6, page 445.
DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS

Esther Louvenia Goen died March 23, 1998 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
George Carroll Goen, Sr. died December 18, 1987 according toDenton County death records.
==O==
George C. Goen Jr. (43) married Martha A. Jordan (38) on September 29, 1978 according to Denton County marriage records.
==O==
Hortense Goen Lile died April 25, 1991 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
Loy Anne Goen was born in Denton County January 25, 1940, according to BVS File 2743.
==O==
Paul F. Goheen (29) married Danne C. Tipps (23) on September 20, 1985 according to Marriage Book 61.
==O==
Bobby Jack Goin was born in Denton County March 9, 1938, according to BVS File 21824. He married Johnnie Griffin (22) on December 12, 1966 according to Denton County marriage records. In 1973 he was an employee of Delisle Barber Shop and lived on Rt. 3, according to the Denton city directory.

Bobby J. Goin (33) married Marion Y. McConnell (28) on January 28, 1972 according to Denton County Marriage records.

Bobbie J. Goin (40) married Sarah F. Lewis (30) on March 15, 1979 according to Denton County marriage records.

Bobby Jack Goin died August 03, 1988 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
Cheryl V. Goin was the mother of an infant born in Denton County November 15, 1965, according to BVS File 212677.
==O==
Daniel Lee Goin was born in Denton County October 29, 1951, according to BVS File 160565. He married Lisa L. Fleming (18) on July 27, 1974 according to Denton County marriage records.
==O==
David Clark Goin was born June 27, 1953 in Denton County, according to BVS File 91297. David C. Goin married Helen J. Ford (18) on August 5, 1972 according to Denton County marriage records. He was an employee of Loyd’s Rent-All and lived at 2518 Carroll Street with his wife, Helen Goin, according to the 1973 city directory of Denton.
==O==
Eileen Goin died December 22, 1998 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
G. W. Goin was born in Alabama about 1851. He was married about 1868, wife’s name unknown. In November 1870 they lived in Alabama. In 1876 and 1878 they lived in Texas.

Children born to G. W. Goin include:

Wood Mize Goin born in November 1870 in Alabama
George Albert Goin born in April 1876 in Texas
John William Goin born in April 1878 in Texas

Wood Mize Goin, son of G. W. Goin, was born in Alabama in 1851, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He was married January 14, 1892 to Laura Jane Harmon, according to Denton County Marriage Book 4, page 241. Laura Jane Harmon was born in Tennessee in December 1873. In 1897 they lived at Aubrey, Texas.

Wood Mize Goin appeared as the head of a household enumerated in the 1900 census of Denton County, Enumeration District 47, page 7:

“Goin, Wood 29, born in AL in November 1870
Laura 26, born in TN in December 1893
George 6, born in Texas in January 1894
James 2, born in Texas in June 1897
Lillian 1, born in Texas in January 1900
Goin, Albert 24, born in Texas in April 1876, bro.
John 22, born in Texas in May 1878, bro.”

Wood Mize Goin purchased several lots in the newly-founded town of Channing, Hartley County, Texas, April 29, 1909 from J. W. Allen. Wood Mize Goin paid $2,750 for several lots in the town which 65 years later had still not developed. He was a resident of Aubrey, Texas at that time.

On October 19, 1915 he purchased a lot in Arlington, Texas from his brother, George Albert Goin for $400, according to Tarrant County Texas Deed Book 465, page 179. They sold the property in Arlington, Texas February 4, 1920, according to Tarrant County, Texas Deed Book 639, page 43. They continued to live at Aubrey at that time.

Wood Mize Goin died February 6, 1947, at age 76, according to Denton County Death Book 9, page 7. Laura Jane Harmon Goin died October 7, 1953 in Denton County, according to BVS File 50410.

Children born to Mize Wood Goin and Laura Jane Harmon Goin include:

George Goin born in January 1894
James William Goin born in June 1897
Lillian Ruby Goin born in January 1900

George Goin, son of Wood Mize Goin and Laura Jane Harmon Goin, was born in Denton County in January 1894. He appeared in his father’s household in the 1900 census as a six-year-old. Of this individual nothing more is known.

James William Goin, son of Wood Mize Goin and Laura Jane Harmon Goin, was born in Denton County in June 1897. He enlisted as a private in the U. S. Army in 1918 at age 21. He was discharged January 10, 1919, according to Denton County Discharge Book 1, page 89.

Children born to James William Goin include:

James William Goin, Jr. born January 6, 1919

James William Goin, Jr, son of James William Goin, was born January 6, 1919 at Aubrey. He was married June 24, 1938 to Lola Mae Jones, according to Denton County Marriage Book 18, page 75. He enlisted in the U. S. Army October 26, 1944 and was discharged January 18, 1946, according to Denton County Discharge Book 3, page 364.

Children born to James William Goin, Jr. and Lola Mae Jones Goin include:

James William Goin III, son of James William Goin, Jr. and Lola Mae Jone Goin, was born October 19, 1948, according to Denton County Discharge Book 8, page 543.

He was married to Tracy L. Armstron (20) on January 5, 1985 according to Marriage Book 61.

Lillian Ruby Goin, daughter of Wood Mize Goin and Laura Jane Harmon Goin, was born at Aubrey, Texas June 1, 1900. She was married to Horace D. McKinney May 22, 1920, according to Denton County Marriage Book 12, page 194.

George Albert Goin, son of G. W. Goin, was born in Texas in April 1876, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He appeared as a 24-year-old living in the household of his brother, Wood Mize Goin, in Denton County.

George Albert Goin received a warranty deed December 19, 1905, according to Tarrant County Texas Deed Book 232, page 87. He received a warranty deed March 22, 1911 to a lot in Arlington, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 356, page 91.

George Albert Goin received a warranty deed to a lot in Tyler Lake Addition on June 26, 1913, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 418, page 168.

George Albert Goin and his wife, Emma Goin, gave a warranty deed to his brother, Wood Mize Goin October 19, 1915 to a lot in Arlington for $400, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 465, page 179. He received a warranty deed from E. M. Jones November 29, 1920 to a lot in Arlington, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 645, page 571. Apparently Emma Goin died during the decade.

George Albert Goin and his wife, Lillie Goin gave a warranty deed to her daughter, Willie Mae Stewart, to a lot in Arlington Heights Addition, Ft. Worth, Texas March 17, 1933, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1198, page 400.

Apparently Lillie Goin died about 1934. George Albert Goin was remarried to Dovie W. Stewart in 1935, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 74, page 316.

George Albert Goin received a warranty deed from Willie Mae Stewart October 3, 1936 to some lots in Arlington, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1311, page 210.

George Albert Goin and Dovie W. Stewart Goin gave a warranty deed to Mrs. W. M. Stewart and Mrs. Annie E. Bryant September 2, 1941, to 50 acres of land, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1480, page 135. George Albert Goin and Dovie W. Stewart Goin received a warranty deed to a lot in Huitt Addition November 29, 1945, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1749, page 37. George Albert Goin and Dovie W. Stewart Goin gave a deed June 17, 1949 to a lot in Arlington, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2095, page 391.

George Albert Goin wrote his will September 26, 1951. He died February 18, 1954 at Arlington, leaving a $1,000 estate to Dovie W. Stewart Goin. Willie Mae Stewart Morris received a $5.00 bequest, according to Tarrant County Probate File 23996.

John William Goin, son of G. W. Goin, was born in Texas in May 1878, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Denton County. He appeared then as a 22-year-old living in the household of his brother, Wood Mize Goin.

John William Goin received a warranty deed from G. G. Johnson December 28, 1921 to a lot in Arlington, according to Tarrant County Texas Deed Book 735, page 98.

He received a deed January 9, 1923 to a lot in Arlington, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 688, page 367. John William Goin and his wife, Beulah Goin, gave a deed August 16, 1932 to a lot in Arlington, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1145, page 505.

John William Goin was admitted to the State Mental Hospital, Wichita Falls, Texas June 20, 1946 and was furloughed from the hospital September 3, 1946.

In 1947 John William Goin was a clerk at Jeter’s Liquor Store #4, living at 809 Virginia Place, according to the Ft. Worth, Texas city directory.

John William Goin was adjudged “non compus Mentis” February 12, 1947, according to Tarrant County Probate File 18501. Mrs. Beulah Goin, 611 South Oak Street, Arlington, his wife, was appointed his guardian. Beulah Goin died February 27, 1956 in Tarrant County, according to Tarrant County Death Records.

Children born to John William Goin and Beulah Goin include:

John A. Goin born about 1925

John A. Goin, son of John William Goin and Beulah Goin, was born about 1925. He was joined by his mother, Beulah Goin March 7, 1947 in receiving a release from Bancredit Corporation, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3088, page 595.

John A. Goin and Bernice Nora Goin of Tarrant County gave an affidavit to the public November 27, 1967 at which time they sold some lots to the University of Texas, accord-ing to Tarrant County Deed Book 4491, pages 537 and 540.
==O==
Prt. Giles V. Goin, Route 1, Denton was discharged November 26, 1945 after service in the U. S. Army in Germany, according to Denton County Discharge Book 3, page 409. He was born at Aubrey, Texas and farmed there until his enlistment February 16, 1943. Giles V. Goin, a driver for Brown & Brown Body Shop, lived at 2906 North Locust Street, with his wife, Eileen Goin, according to the 1973 city directory of Denton.
==O==
Giles Wood Goin, Jr. was born December 16, 1962 in Denton County, according to BVS File 226429. He married Marie T. Cardamone (36) on August 30, 1979 according to Denton County marriage records. He married Holly C. Holloway (28) on April 14, 1984 according to Denton County marriage records.
==O==
Ina Laura Goin was born in Denton County March 28, 1921, according to BVS File 15310.
==O==
James W. Goin (77) married Jewell Mashall (72) on April 8, 1975 according to Denton County marriage records.

James W. Goin died October 02, 1978 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
James W. Goin III (21) married Frances J. Sadler (20) on April 4, 1970 according to Denton County marriage records. He remarried at age 26 to Donna L. Pedigo (22) on July 11, 1975 according to Denton County marriage records.
==O==
Janie Sue Goin was born in Denton County July 27, 1961, according to BVS File 115600.
==O==
Joe Goin was married to Mattie Lee Crawley on December 3, 1927, according to Denton County Marriage Book 15, page 110.
==O==
Joe Bayless Goin died July 23, 1993 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
John D. Goin (21) married Angela S. Thompson (20) on July 20, 1991 according to Denton County marriage records.
==O==
Josephine Goin died March 31, 1963 in Denton County, according to BVS File 15646.
==O==
Judy Kay Goin was born March 21, 1964 in Denton County, according to BVS File 39813.
==O==
Leslie W. Goin (24) married Errin C. Braddy (21) on January 31, 1992 according to Denton County marriage records.
==O==
Linda Ruth Goin was born in Denton County April 19, 1942, according to BVS File 35188.
==O==
Lola June Goin was born in Denton County November 24, 1940, according to BVS File 95955.
==O==
Lou Ann Goin was born in Denton County November 29, 1961, according to BVS File 204621.
==O==
Nartha Joe Goin was born in Denton County Texas September 22, 1929, according to BVS File 1290485.
==O==
Martha Joe Goin was married to Weldon Hinsley on February 20, 1945, according to Denton County Marriage Book 20, page 412.
==O==
Mary Ann Goin was born in Denton County June 20, 1931, according to BVS File 47104.
==O==
Mattie Lee Goin died August 19, 1995 died according to Denton County death records.
==O==
Omar Weldon Goin recorded his military discharge in Denton County Discharge Book 7, page 542.
==O=
Paul Mark Goin was born in Denton County June 27, 1953, according to BVS File 91298. In 1973 he lived at 2713 North Locust, according to the Denton city directory.
==O==
Reina Mae Goin was born in Denton County February 1, 1947, according to BVS File 20384.
==O==
Robert Keith Goin was born in Denton County July 5, 1965, according to BVS File 121275.

Robert Keith Goin died October 11, 1994 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
Valda L. Goin recorded his discharge from military duty in Denton County Discharge Book 4, page 504. In 1974 he, an employee of the electric plant, and his wife, Sue Goin, an employee of the alteration department, Vogus Cleaners, lived at 2805 North Locust Street, Denton, according to the city directory.
==O==
Also nearby was Marion Goin, retired, living at 2604 North Locust Street, according to the 1973 Denton city directory. Another Marion Goin, a clerk at County Motors Vehicle Tax Department, lived on Rt. 6, Denton, according to the 1973 city directory.
==O==
Miss Veo Goin was married to John K. Keinnen on July 16, 1919, according to Denton County Marriage Book 12, page 46.
==O==
Walda Lee Goin was born in Denton County May 17, 1926, according to BVS File 29391.
==O==
John W. Goyne was born in December 1859 in Arkansas, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He was married January 6, 1881 to Miss E. K. Price, according to Denton County Marriage Book 2, page 8. She was born in Georgia in August 1860. John W. Goyne died January 14, 1929 in Denton County, according to BVS File 2233. Children born to John W. Goyne and E. K. Price Goyne are unknown.

They appeared in the 1900 census of Denton County, Enumeration District 45, page 9 living on East Oak Street, Denton, Texas. They were enumerated as:

“Goyne, John W. 40, born in AR in December 1859
A. K. 39, born in GA in August 1869, wife”
==O==
Deloris Gowin, an employee of the city police department, was a resident of Denton in 1973, according to the city directory.
==O==
Douglas Alan Gowan was born in Denton County, May 3, 1963, according to BVS File 76751.
==O==
Rosie Lee Gowan in 1972 was a resident of Denton, living at 512 Rudell.
==O==
Bonnie L. Gowen (27) married David M. Hill on June 16, 1979, according to Marriage Book 61.
==O==
Richard B. Gowen (27) married Elizabeth Bizzell (28) on December 12 according to Marriage Book 61.
==O==
William Oscar Gowen, Jr. died October 19, 1987 according to Denton County death records.
==O==
Scott E. Gowin, an artist who specialized in abstracts and watercolors, resided at Lake Estates, Box 2, Lake Dallas, Texas in Denton County in 1972.
==O==
Robason A. Goyne died June 21, 1985 according to Denton County death records.
DICKENS COUNTY, TEXAS

Ora A. Goen died October 08, 1969 according to Dickens County death records.
==O==
Miss Cora Goin was married to Marvin Askins October 18, 1922, according to Dickens County Marriage Book 2, page 163.

DONLEY COUNTY, TEXAS

George A. Goen was born April 29, 1921 in Donley County, according to BVS File 22152.
==O==
Maurine Goin of Hedley, Texas was a sophomore student at West Texas State Teachers College in the 1933-34 term living at Cousins Hall in Canyon, Texas. She also attended the 1934 summer term. On April 25, 1936 she was married to E. N. Flathers at the First Methodist Church in Perryton, Texas, according to Ochiltree County Marriage Book 3, page 115.
==O==
C. L. Goin received a deed to some lots in Hedley, Febru-ary 20, 1957, according to Donley County Deed Book 105, page 487 and 517.
==O==
Mylie Marvin Goin deeded one acre to Walter McCracken September 14, 1954, according to Donley County Deed Book 101, page 427.

DUVAL COUNTY, TEXAS

Refugio Goines died January 20, 1925 in Duval County, Texas, according to BVS File 1381.
==O==
Johnny M. Goyne (20) married Delpha M. Gonzalez (18) on July 15, 1978 according to Duval County marriage records.
==O==
John R. Goynes (18) married Tina L. Huffman (17) on September 28, 1983 according to Duval County marriage records.

EASTLAND COUNTY, TEXAS

Mrs. Minnie M. Goin was married to P. E. Bybee in 1920, according to Eastland County Marriage records.
==O==
Howard David Goins was born in Eastland County in 1946, according to BVS File 59166. On September 5, 1964 he was married to Linda Mae Jones, according to Andrews County Texas Marriage Book 3, page 48. Of Howard David Goins and Linda Mae Jones Goins nothing more in known.
==O==
Nancy Leona Goins was born in Eastland County February 7, 1952, according to BVS File 20586. She was married to Kenneth Dean Bleeker October 2, 1970, according to Tay-lor County, Texas Marriage Book 40, page 232.
==O==
William Carl Goins who was born in Texas in 1923 was married to Mrs. Mary Frances Franklin Davison in 1953, according to Eastland County Marriage Book 19, page 27. In 1954 they were living in Shackleford County, Texas where he was employed as an electrician.

William Carl Goins and Mary Frances Franklin Davison Goins received a warranty deed to lots in Albany, Texas August 18, 1961 for $2,250, according to Shackelford County Deed Book 199, page 25.

Children born to William Earl Goins and Mary Frances Franklin Davison Goins include:

Carla Diane Goins born February 19, 1954

Carla Diane Goins, daughter of William Carl Goins and third child of Mary Frances Franklin Davison Goins, was born February 19, 1954 in Shackelford County, Texas, according to Shackelford County Birth Book 2, page 276.

She was married to Clifford Carl Cook July 17, 1971 in Shackelford County, according to Shackelford County Marriage Book H, page 197.
==O==
Alberta Gowan was married to Hal Robert in 1920, according to Eastland County Marriage Book 9, page 496.
==O==
Dorris Marie Gowan was married to William Morrow in 1959, in Eastland County, according to Eastland County Marriage Book 20, page 84.
==O==
Lydia Lucille Gowan died June 25, 1981 according to Eastland County death records.
==O==
Mary Ella Gowan died February 24, 1965 according to Eastland County death records.
ECTOR COUNTY, TEXAS

Billie Paul Goan, son of James Paul Goan and Laura Traweek Goan, was born June 20, 1920. In 1952 he and his wife, Helyn Marie Goan moved to Odessa where he was employed as a mechanic. From 1963 to 1965 they lived at 1411 E. 21st Street. In 1965 he operated Bill’s Filtering Service, and she was employed as a bookkeeper at First National Bank. In 1966 he was again employed as a mechanic, and the couple lived at 1507 E. 43rd Street.

Billie Paul Goan died November 6, 1966 of a myocardial infarction and was buried in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Odessa, according to Ector County Death Book 112, page 585. Helyn Marie Goan continued to live at 1507 E. 43rd Street until 1968 and then moved to 3117 N. Jackson Street. In 1973 she continued with First National Bank as a secretary.

Children born to Billie Paul Goan and Helyn Marie Goan are believed to include:

Paul Goan born about 1948
Karen Sue Goan born about 1949
Charlotte Ann Goan born November 5, 1954

Paul Goan, believed to be a son of Billie Paul Goan and Helyn Marie Goan, was born about 1948. He was listed in the 1966 and 1967 city directories of Odessa as a student at Permian High School. In 1968 he was shown as a pressman for the “Odessa American” and lived at 4201 N. Grandview.

Karen Sue Goan, believed to be a daughter of Billie Paul Goan and Helyn Marie Goan, was born about 1949. She was married June 14, 1968 to Horace McGee Fowler, according to Ector County Marriage Book 22, page 372.

Charlotte Ann Goan, believed to be a daughter of Billie Paul Goan and Helyn Marie Goan, was born November 5, 1954, according to BVS File 197580. In 1973, she was living at 3117 N. Jackson Avenue, according to the city directory.
==O==
Helyn Marie Goan died April 10, 1984 according to Ector County death records.
==O==
Chester E. Goin and his wife, Kitty Ellen Goin were shown in residence in Odessa at 2001 W. Second Street in the 1948 and 1949 city directory. He was employed as a roughneck by Baker & Bates Drilling Co. In 1950, 1951 and 1952 he was shown with the same company living at 2733 N. Adams where they resided until 1960. In 1953 Chester E. Goin was a clerk for White’s Auto Store, but in 1954 returned to roughnecking and continued in that work until 1963. the last year he was listed in the Odessa city directory.

In 1960 the couple moved to 2800 Redbud and continued there until 1963. In 1961 Kitty Ellen Goin was listed in the city directory as an accounting clerk for Medical Center Hospital living at 2800 Redbud. Apparently the couple was divorced. On September 8, 1961 Kitty Ellen Goin was married to Von Lee Lewis, according to Ector County Marriage Book 17, page 181.

Children born to Chester E. Goin and Kitty Ellen Goin are believed to include:

Patricia Lynn Goin September 21, 1947

Patricia Lynn Goin, believed to be a daughter of Chester E. Goin and Kitty Ellen Goin, was born September 21, 1947, according to BVS File 112855. She was listed as a student living at 2800 Redbud in the 1965 city directory. In 1967 and 1968 she was living at 1000 N. Graham. In 1970 she was employed by Medical Center Hospital in its medical records department. She was married December 29, 1969 to Donny Keith Corbett, according to Ector County Mar-riage Book 24, page 72.

Chester E. Goin was shown as a roughneck for Thompson Drilling Company in 1966, 1967 and 1968. In 1970 and 1972 he was employed by Jones & Laughlin. His wife, Johnnie M. Goin was a ward secretary for Medical Center Hospital. Their residence from 1966 through 1972 was 1615 W. 26th Street.
==O==
Forrest Wayne Goin was born May 22, 1927 in Oklahoma, according to Texas BVS File 1140475. In 1950, 1951 and 1952 he was shown as an engineer for Phillips Petroleum Company, according to the Midland, Texas city directory. He resided at 909 N. Sam Houston in Odessa. Dene Goin, a stenographer for Southwestern Investment Company in 1949 lived at 1304 N. Lauderdale. In 1950 she also lived at 909 N. Sam Houston. Mary Goin in 1951 also lived at that address.

“Dean Goin” was listed in the 1952 city directory of Odessa as a stenographer for Phillips Petroleum Company living at 512 N. Main. “Willadene Goin” was married to Donald Earl Grove, according to Midland County marriage records.

Forrest Wayne Goin in 1961 and 1962 was shown to be living at 908 N. McKinney. He was married to Dorothy Marie Zubicek February 26, 1966 at Midland, according to Midland County Marriage Book 17, page 478. From 1965 to 1972 he was shown to be a sales representative for Gus-tin-Bacon Manu-facturing Co. From 1965 through 1971 he and Dorothy Marie Zubicek Goin lived at 3803 N. Ever-glade.
==O==
W. Dick Goines and his wife, Paula Goines resided in Odessa from 1963 through 1971. In 1963, he, a rigger lived at 3643 E. County Road. From 1965 through 1971 they lived at 3711 Boulder. From 1965 through 1967 he was a shooter for McCullough Tool Company. In 1968 he was employed by Tidewater Oil Company. In 1970 and 1971 he was in the Production Department of Getty Oil Company.
==O==
Alonzo Seibe Goings Jr, 24 married Sarah Sue Bond, 22 on December 28, 1966 according to Ector County marriage records. Children born to Alonzo Seibe Goings, Jr. and Sarah Sue Bond Goings are unknown.
==O==
Albert Z. Goins, 51 married Margie A. Robinson, 50 on September 2, 1978 according to Ector County marriage records. Of Albert Z. Goins and Margie A. Robinson Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Boron Goins, a plumber with Cash Plumbing Company and his wife, Lucille Goins lived at 1205 Milburn in 1959, ac-cording to the Odessa city directory. Jack Goins also lived at the same address.
==O==
Claire Ktherine Goins died March 12, 1989, according to Ector County death records.
==O==
Laurian Esper Goins died February 26, 1988 according to Ector County death records.
==O==
L. E. Goins was married to Gladys M. Tankersley in Mid-land, Texas September 26, 1938, according to Midland County Marriage Book 5, page 56. In 1942 they lived at 215 S. Texas Avenue, Odessa. At that time he was em-ployed as a roughneck for Lee Drilling Co. They reap-peared in the 1953 edition of the Odessa city directory living at 3630 Muskingum. From that time through 1973 L. E. Goins operated Goins Plumbing & Heating Company in Odessa. In 1960 L. E. Goins and Gladys M. Tankersley Goins moved to 1302 Castle Road where they continued to live in 1973.
==O==
Larry B. Goins in 1973 was employed by Wood Oil Company, according to the Odessa city directory.
==O==
Richard W. Goins in 1959 was living at 613 East 54th Street, according to the Odessa city directory.
==O==
W. H. Goins (49) married Ruby W. Wagner (43) on April 1, 1978 according to Ector County marriage records.
==O==
David Earl Gowan died December 31, 1985 according to Ector County death records.
==O==
Mrs. Dorothy Ann Gowan was married May 1, 1972 to Santiago Evaro Olon, Jr, according to Ector County Marriage Book 26, page 271.
==O==
Robert Gowan and his wife, Anne E. Gowan lived at 3128 N. Jackson, according to the 1955 city directory of Odessa.
==O==
Leonard Eugene Gowans was married to Miss Saul Lynn Deboskie September 16, 1967, according to Ector County Marriage Book 22, page 5. In 1968 and 1969 Leonard Eu-gene Gowans and Saul Lynn Deboskie Gowans lived at 1209 South Pine Avenue. He was shown in the U.S. Navy during that time.
==O==
Rase Gowans, Jr. was married to Mrs. Bertha Mae Gray November 14, 1957 in Odessa, according to Ector County Marriage Book 10, page 52.
==O=
Alfred Gowin and his wife Geraldine Gowin was listed in the 1957 Odessa city directory living at 1726 Holley. He was shown as the operator of the South Side Gulf Station. Also employed there at that time was Archie Gowin. His wife was listed as Ethel Gowin.
==O==
Loretta C. Gowin died September 18, 1975 according to Ector County death records.
==O==
Ralph C. Gowin, retired, was listed in the Odessa city directories from 1966 through 1972 living at 3528 Maple. In the 1973 edition he was shown at 3102 Blossom Lane.
==O==
R. Parker Gowing was listed in the 1973 city directory of Odessa as the executive director of Permian Basin Planned Parenthood, Inc. His residence was shown at 2451 Idlewood Lane.
==O==
Tim M. Gowins was married to Claire Karen McKay October 17, 1948, according to Ector County Marriage Book 8, page 28. From 1950 through 1955 he was listed in the Odessa city directory as a rig builder employed by Stromberg Construction Company and Copens & Simmons.

In 1957 he operated Gowins’ Texaco Service. In 1958 he was a cabinetmaker. In 1960, the last year that the couple appeared in the Odessa directory, he was again a rig builder.

From 1950 until 1952 Tim M. Gowins and Claire Karen McKay Gowins lived at 913 West 8th Street. From 1952 until 1956 they lived at 1731 Keystone. In 1957 they lived at 2721 N. Kay Avenue, and from 1958 until 1960 they lived at 3109 Winfield Avenue in Odessa.
==O==
Mary Virginia Goyne died April 02, 1998 according to Ector County death records.
EDWARDS COUNTY, TEXAS

R. S. Gowan was the father of an infant born in Edwards County November 19, 1915, according to BVS File 46481.

ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS

==O==
Will Goines and Minnie Smith, negroes, were married October 12, 1908, according to Ellis County Marriage Book O, page 283. Children born to Will Goines and Minnie Smith Goines are unknown.
==O==
Mattie Goines died March 10, 1913 in Ellis County, ac-cording to BVS File 5677.
==O==
Walter Goines and Josie Brooks, negroes, were married September 15, 1900, according to Ellis County Marriage Book J, page 644. Children born to Walter Goines and Josie Brookes Goines are unknown.
==O==
Mrs. Anna Going was listed in the 1900-01 city directory of Cleburne living on East 1st Street.
==O==
Imogene Going was born October 16, 1921 at Waxahachie. She was married June 19, 1947 to William Wright, Jr, ac-cording to Lea County, New Mexico Marriage Book 14, Certificate 8054. Both were residents of Tatum, New Mex-ico at the time of their wedding. The groom, age 28, was born at Pocahontas, Arkansas July 6, 1918..
==O==
Mollie Going died July 7, 1913 in Ellis County, according to BVS File 15041.
==O==
Andrew Goins and his wife, Clemie I. Goins were listed in the 1926 edition of the Cleburne city directory living at 617 E. Chambers.
==O==
Christine Goins, negress, was born in Waxahachie, Texas March 5, 1910. “Christine Goins” lived at 1102 Highland Avenue in Abilene, Texas, according to the 1934-35 city directory.

Christine Goins was married March 26, 1938 to Mack Jamison of Lubbock, Texas at Clovis, New Mexico, ac-cording to Curry County, New Mexico Marriage Book 19, page 378. Mack Jamison was born in Dewitt County, Tex-as January 5, 1894. Later they were divorced. “Christine Goins” was married to William G. Daniels August 17, 1938, according to Fannin County, Texas Marriage Book Z, page 77.
==O==
Elbert G. Goins, negro, was married to Hattie Pruitt February 20, 1899, according to Ellis County Marriage Book J, page 331. He was remarried to Mrs. Maggie M. Johnson December 30, 1911, according to Ellis County Marriage Book Q, page 146.

Elbert G. Goins was a porter for H. Brann & Company in Ft. Worth in 1912-13, according to the city directory. He resided at 1000 Morgan with his wife, Maggie M. Johnson Goins and Belle Goins, assumed to be a daughter. From 1912 until 1934 the family maintained its home at 1100 White. In 1918, the last year that Elbert G. Goins appeared in the directory, he was a porter for J. B. Davidson. He wrote his will December 19, 1922 and died August 30, 1923 at age 40, leaving a $1,500 estate to his widow.

Maggie M. Johnson Goins continued at 1100 White until 1934, working for various hotels and cafes in Ft. Worth. She gave a warranty deed to the City of Ft. Worth May 29, 1934 to a lot in Lake Park Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1212, page 513.

Belle Goins lived at 110 Elm Street in 1918, 1100 White in 1920 and in 1923-24 lived at 1201 Humboldt. She received a warranty deed from L. C. Bruner January 3, 1921 to a lot in McConnell Addition in Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 667, page 47. She continued there in 1925 when she paid off the property.
==O==
Mable Goins died March 7, 1913 in Ellis County, according to BVS File 5678.
==O==
Mae Ella Goins operated a beauty shop in Waxahachie and lived at 603 East Main Street, according to the 1967 city directory.
==O==
Mattie Goins, negress, died March 31, 1913 at age 20 in Chisp, Texas of tuberculosis, according to Ellis County Death Book 2, page 69.
==O==
Thomas Newton Goins was born May 28, 1867 in Tennessee. Later he was a resident of Ellis County. In 1950 he was a resident of Robinson’s Rest Home at Lancaster, Texas. Prior to that time he had made his living by operating a soft drink stand. He died of cerebral thrombosis May 12, 1952 at age 84 at the rest home, according to Dallas County Death Book 23, page 559. He was buried in City Cemetery, Waxahachie, according to T. M. Marks, informant for the death certificate.
==O==
Floyd Goun died March 1, 1912 of meningitis at the age of three, according to Ellis County Death Book 2, page 58.
==O==
J. S. Goun appeared as the head of Household No. 45 in the 1860 census of Ellis County, page 91. He, age 35, was born in Tennessee.
==O==
Ester Mae Gowan was the mother of an infant born in Ellis County February 28, 1935, according to BVS File 12372.
==O==
Floyd Gowan, negro son of Esther Mae Gowan was born in Ellis County February 28, 1935.
==O==
Frank Gowan and his wife, Martha Ann Gowan deeded a lot in Waxahachie, Texas to Bessie Edward July 7, 1936, according to Ellis County Deed Book 330, page 527.

Frank Gowan died June 14, 1936[?] in Ellis County, according to BVS File 30229.
==O==
Martha Gowan, a negress who was born November 9, 1883 at Italy, Texas died April 16, 1942 at her residence at 126 Aiken Street in Waxahachie. She was listed as a widow and was shown to be the daughter of Owen Hardeman Gowan who was born in Ellis County and his wife, Winnie Davis Gowan who was born in Mississippi. The death records of Martha Gowan appears in Ellis County Death Book 5, page 239.
==O==
N. Gowan, black, who was born in Waxahachie, Texas was registered for the World War I draft in Bowie, Texas. His residence of record was Corsicana, Texas.
==O==
Roberta Gowan, negress was the mother of a son born August 15, 1932 in Ellis County, according to BVS File 60304.
==O==
Sousie C. Gowan was married to Christopher Lorene Thomas about 1895, according to Ellis County marriage records.
==O==
Annie Laura Gowans died April 18, 1990 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Clarence Gowans died July 20, 1994 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Harrison Gowans, negro son of John Gowans and Mattie McDowell Gowans, was born February 4, 1898 in Ellis County. In 1943 and 1945 he appeared in the Ft. Worth, Texas city directory. He was a porter for Renfro’s Drug Store living at 3139 Lipscomb in 1943 and at 3421 Lipscomb in 1945 with his wife, Cora M. Gowans. Harrison Gowans was married to Leana Ellis in June 1944, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 90, page 49. Of Leana Ellis Gowans nothing more is known. Hattie E. Gowans, a maid, in 1943 also lived at 3139 Lipscomb. Harrison Gowans died in Dallas County May 16, 1961, according to BVS File 26750.
==O==
Helen D. Gowans died January 19, 1991 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
James Gowans died March 16, 1973 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Jessie Gowans died August 06, 1990 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
John Henry Gowans, negro son of Birdie Lee Gowans, was born January 17, 1939, according to Ellis County Birth Book 13, page 219. On September 17, 1960 he was married to Mildred Lee Robertson in Dallas, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 150, page 232. In 1972 John Henry Gowans, a supervisor for Hollywood Vassarette and Mildred Lee Robertson Gowans lived at 69041 Atha Drive, according to the Dallas city directory.
==O==
Leana Gowans died December 18, 1979 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Lonnie C. Gowans (32) was married to Etta G. Peterson (38) on August 1, 1980 according to Ellis County marriage records.
Lonnie Carl Gowans died February 24, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Children born to Lonnie Gowans and Avery Verdiline Mitchell Gowans include:

Charles Gowans born June 26, 1934
Roshall Lowell Gowans born November 6, 1935
Frankie Howard Gowans born September 30, 1937
Vivian Laverne Gowans born August 16, 1940
==O==

Lonnie Carl Gowans died February 24, 1989 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Mack Gowans died April 19, 1984 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Mellissie Gowans died December 10, 1974 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
Rogers L. Gowans died February 12, 1986 according to Dallas County death records.
==O==
William Gowans, Jr. was born in Ellis County April 21, 1932, according to BVS File 29014.
==O==
Jim Gowen was the father of a son born February 26, 1912 in Ellis County, according to BVS files. Jim N. Gowen, perhaps the same as above, of Route 1, Cleburne, Texas and his wife, Erma Coggins Gowen, were the parents of Alvie [Alvis] Rex Gowen, born September 22, 1923 in adjoining Johnson County, Texas, according to Johnson County Birth Book A6, page 23.
==O==
P. E. [or F. E.] Gowen was the father of an infant born in Ellis County July 2, 1916, according to BVS File 27185.
==O==
F. E. Gowin, “female, 1 yr. & 1 mo.” died of meningitis in Cleburne April 17, 1907, according to Johnson County Death File 1049. W. P. Alexander for the informant.
==O==
James R. Gowin (20) married Katherine E. Perkins (19) on January 11, 1980 according to Ellis County marriage records.
==O==
Berta Lee Gown was born in Ellis County May 27, 1922, according to BVS File 26660.
==O==
Luther Gown was born October 27, 1928 in Ellis County, according to BVS File 81906.
==O==
Doris Marie Gowns was born February 28, 1941 in Ellis County, according to BVS File 12487.
==O==
John Henry Gowns was born January 17, 1939 in Ellis County, according to BVS File 2828.
==O==
Lula Mae Gowns was the mother of Emory Speer Gowns who was born in Ellis County March 7, 1933, according to Ellis County Birth Book 10, page 578.
==O==
Harriet Elizabeth Guynes died February 01, 1997 according to Ellis County death records.
==O==
Essie D. McGowan died February 14, 1986 according to Ellis County death records.
EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS

Kathryn May Gayne was born in El Paso County September 30, 1955, according to BVS File 156348.
==O==
Lottie S. Goan died September 13, 1950 in El Paso, according to BVS File 42892.
==O==
Ernest W. Goans died June 02, 1979 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
Martha Lucille Goans was married to Ernest Mullis January 23, 1936, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 39, page 14.
==O==
Thelma B. Goans died March 06, 1971 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
William Alvis Goans died July 05, 1966 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
Ruth Goen was married to Glenn O. Langston July 5, 1922, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 24, page 351.
==O==
Thomas Goen was married to Loretta Weisner July 25, 1911, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 11, page 135. Of Thomas Goen and Loretta Weisner Goen, nothing more is known.
==O==
Thomas O. Goen died in El Paso County October 21, 1911, according to BVS File 21786.
==O==
Betty Joice Goens was born in El Paso County May 15, 1927, according to BVS File 31577.
==O==
Barbara Elaine Goin was married to James Edward Taylor July 26, 1962, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 78, page 72.
==O==
Edith Jency Goin died September 04, 1984 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
Kenneth Dean Goin (24) married Donna Kay Alexander (20) on May 23, 1966 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Otis Sherman Goin Jr. (20) married Janis Kay Graves (19) on May 28, 1966 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Robert W. Goin (23) married Deborah L. Hipps (19) on July 22, 1972 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Capt. Richard D. Going was married to Sara E. Brooks March 5, 1917, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 16, page 300. Children born to Capt. Richard D. Going and Sara E. Brooks Going are unknown.
==O==
Arthur C. Goings (38) married Mary J. Wood (37) on April 17, 1975 according to El Paso County marriage records.

Arthur C. Goings died June 15, 1978 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
Everette D. Goings (45) married April E. Martin (32) on June 8, 1991 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Charles Ray Goins (28) married Virginia Renate Johnson (16) on April 13, 1966 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Clark Goins was born March 5, 1941 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 22030.
==O==
Cora Goins and Charles Grudnego, negroes were married November 22, 1911, according to El Paso Marriage Book 11, page 272.
==O==
Donald D. Goins (26) married Delia P. Rosales (24) on April 22, 1992 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Douglas Dale Goins was born in El Paso County January 28, 1943, according to BVS File 180190A.
==O==
George T. Goins (30) married Maria G. Goins on March 24, 1972 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Harmon L. Goins (28) married Janet K. Franklin (25) on June 24, 1972 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Jeffrey S. Goins (21) married Rayetta A. Shelton (20) on May 25, 1982 according to El Paso marriage records.
==O==
Johnny Goins, Jr. was born June 25, 1965 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 85914.
==O==
Joseph Eugene Goins was born September 11, 1963 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 155915.
==O==
Mrs. Lee E. Goins was married to Richard C. Barrow December 31, 1942, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 46, page 350.
==O==
Lemeul D. Goins (21) married Curtina F. Demyers (20) on April 2, 1979 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Martha Jean Goins died November 20, 1989 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
Ophelia Opal Goins died in El Paso County March 23, 1953, according to BVS File 13093.
==O==
Roy Goins was married to Marina Wolf March 4, 1948, according to El Paso Marriage Book 56, page 563. Children born to Roy Goins and Marina Wolf Goins are unknown.
==O==
Ruth Ann Goins was born November 29, 1960 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 229218.
==O==
Selma Irene Goins was the mother of an infant born in El Paso County April 21, 1940, according BVS File 138272.
==O==
Stephanie Diane Goins was born June 14, 1949 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 138272.
==O==
Vernon M. Goins was married to Elva Alvarez Ganges May 24, 1944, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 49, page 505. Of Vernon M. Goins and Elva Alvarez Gan-ges Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Sherry Lynn Gouin was born in El Paso County November 1, 1961, according to BVS File 205354.
==O==
Lisa Carol Gowan was born in El Paso County June 6, 1965, according to BVS File 85930. Her name was also recorded as Lisa Elaine Gowan.
==O==
Minta Lucille Gowan died February 25, 1961 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 8261.
==O==
Thomas John Gowan was the father of an infant which was born and died June 12, 1955 in El Paso County, according to BVS Files 28075 and 93313.

Thomas John Gowen, Jr. was born December 12, 1958 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 226348.
==O==
Allen E. Gowen (20) married Virginia L. Reiner (15) on June 12, 1972 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
David T. Gowen (40) married Hedwig Reuhs (50) on April 27, 1984 according El Paso County marriage records.

David T. Gowen, 2189-A Field, Ft. Bliss was listed in the April 1975 telephone directory of El Paso.
==O==
Helen Jane Gowen was born in El Paso County April 20, 1948, according to BVS File 43276.
==O==
Peter M. Gowen (32) married Debra A. Bradburn (26) on August 25, 1983 according to El Paso County marriage records.
==O==
Vera Werle Gowen died October 24, 1981 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
Children born to William Bradford Gowen include Stella Gowen born in 1959 in El Paso, Texas.
==O==
A. Leroy Gowin was married August 14, 1976 to Mrs. Julia Parrish, according to El Paso County marriage records. She was born November 2, 1915 in Bell County, Texas and was married to Bill Parrish July 8, 1931 in Henderson County, Texas.

She died May 22, 2001 at age 85 at Andrews, Texas where she had been employed as a nurse at Community General Hospital and Permian General Hospital. She was buried in Andrews Old Cemetery.

Children born to A. Leroy Gowin include Tate Gowin who was living in Midland, Texas in 2001.
==O==
Mrs. Annie L. Gown died November 15, 1907 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 20425.
==O==
William A. Goyen was married to Mary E. James Decem-ber 31, 1913, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 13, page 58. Children born to William A. Goyen and Mary E. James Goyen are unknown.
==O==
Mary E. Goyens died May 18, 1914 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 9955.
==O==
Frederick Ray Goyins was born March 4, 1961 in El Paso County, according to BVS File 42629. He died six days later, March 10, 1961, according to BVS File 14428.
==O==
James R. Goyins, U.S. Army and his wife, Emma Goyins, appeared in the 1971 city directory of El Paso, Texas living at 4110 Bliss Avenue.
==O==
Deborah Ann Goyne was born in El Paso County July 13, 1952, according to BVS File 102508.
==O==
Frances Piatt Guynes died November 09, 1991 according to El Paso County death records.
==O==
Margaret Brady Guynes died September 24, 1967 according to El Paso County death records.

ERATH COUNTY, TEXAS

Alvira S. Goen, appeared in the 1880 census of Erath County living in the home of her grandfather, Jonathan Ewers in Enumeration District 152, page 20.
==O==
Margaret E. Goen, age 8, white female, appeared in the 1880 census of Erath County, precinct 7, living in the home of her uncle Walter Hammitt in Enumeration District 154, page 22.
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Mrs. Virginia Goen was married to N, L.. Jackson November 30, 1902, according to Marriage Book 1, page 253.
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Earl J.Goin Jr. (21) married Deborah E. Brannon (27) on February 13, 1982 according to Erath marriage records.
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George E Goin (21) married Tracy Sikes (19) on July 27, 1985 according to Marriage Book 72.
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Georgia Bleetie Goin was born April 6, 1902 in Erath County, according to Bureau of Vital Statistics File 1222501.
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Goldie Goin, age 2, died in Stephenville September 7, 1905, according to BVS File 24899.
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Appearing in Erath County as early as 1880 was Maston Alexander Goin and his wife, Annie Belle Roberts Goin. Maston Alexander Goin, a farmer, was born in Illinois in 1852. His wife was born in Illinois in 1856. At least six children were born to them including:

Corn L. Goin born May 39, 1880
Minnie Pearl Goin born June 10, 1889
George Alexander Goin born September 9, 1898
[infant] born July 6, 1903
[daughter] born February 26, 1909

Corn L. Goin, son of Maston Alexander Goin and Annie Belle Roberts Goin, was born in Erath County May 30, 1880, according to Mrs. E. N. Flathers who provided information for his death record.

He was married to Letha Ola Leverett August 4, 1907, according to Erath County Marriage Book, page 309. Letha Ola Leverett was born September 27, 1886 in Alabama. She was the daughter of A. G. Leverett and Sarah Armstrong Leverett, both natives of Alabama.

Corn L. Goin and Letha Ola Leverett Goin moved to Donley County, Texas about 1908 and operated a farm located one mile east of Clarendon, Texas.

Corn L. Goin was struck by lightning in 1948 and it contributed to his death six years later. He died July 3, 1954 of coronary thrombosis, cerebral hemorrhage and lightning shock, according to Donley County death records. He was buried in Citizens Cemetery, Clarendon.

Letha Ola Leverett Goin received a deed to property in Donley County July 9, 1954 from Lois Goin Rains, believed to be her daughter, according to Donley County Deed Book 101, page 228.

Letha Ola Leverett Goin died in Potter County, Texas July 29, 1957, according to BVS File No. 4585. She died at age 70 at her home at 1953 Marrs, Amarillo, Texas of coronary arteriosclerosis. She also was buried in Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon.

It is believed that children born to Corn L. Goin and Letha Ola Leverett Goin include:

Lois Goin born about 1912.

Lois Goin, regarded as a daughter of Corn L. Goin and Letha Ola Leverett Goin, was born about 1912. She was married to Charles Rains at Hedley, Texas December 27, 1931, according to Donley County Marriage Book 4, page 88.

Minnie Pearl Goin, third child of Maston Alexander Goin and Annie Belle Roberts Goin, was born in Erath County June 10, 1889, according to Erath County Birth Book 114, page 191. Her birth record was prepared from an affadavit furnished by George Alexander Goin, Claude, Texas on February 6, 1954 and Eunice Gryder, Lynn County, Texas February 17, 1954.

“Pearl Goin” was married to F. L. Segars September 19, 1906, according to Erath County Marriage Book K, page 152.

George Alexander Goin, fifth child of Maston Alexander Goin and Annie Belle Roberts Goin, was born September 9, 1898 at Stephenville, Texas, according to his birth certificate recorded in Erath County Birth Book 14, page 206. Informant for this entry was Mrs. Rena Howell, Dalhart, Texas.

About 1920 he was married to Dovie Ozella Jamar, the daughter of Larkin Aquilla Jamar and Frances Elizabeth Weatherly Jamar. Dovie Ozella Jamar was born July 3, 1901 at Guthrie, Oklahoma.

For many years, they farmed at Hedley and Goodnight, Texas. On June 3, 1943 George Alexander Goin and Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin received a warranty deed to seven lots from C. K. and Pearl Howe in Claude, Texas for $600, according to Armstrong County Deed Book 47, page 36. They gave a warranty deed to J. R. Porter February 23, 1952 to three lots in Claude, according to Armstrong County Deed Book 56, page 69.

George Alexander Goin died at Amarillo Air Force Base Hospital February 2, 1956, according to BVS File 974.

Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin was appointed administratrix of the estate by Armstrong County Court, according to Armstrong County Probate Book 10, pages 69-75. The estate consisted of a 1949 Plymouth, 4 lots in Claude and furniture, totaling $6,200.

Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin received a bill of sale from James Jamar Goin, her son, July 12, 1956, according to Armstrong County Bill of Sale Book 2, page 225. Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin received a cemetery deed for $150 from the Claude Cemetery Association on August 7, 1958, according to Armstrong County Deed Book 32A, page 41.

Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin gave a warranty deed to Maggie Wisdom September 29, 1959 to two lots in Claude for $600, according to Armstrong County Deed Book 65, page 310.

Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin died February 18, 1964 of a cerebral hemorrhage, according to Armstrong County Death Book 5, page 180. She was buried in Claude Cemetery.

Larry Wendell Goin, her son, was appointed as executor of the estate valued at $6,753.21, according to Armstrong County Probate Book 11, page 352.

Children born to George Alexander Goin and Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin include:

George Elec Goin born January 28, 1921
Jimmie Don Goin born March 28, 1923
James Jamar Goin born October 12, 1925
Larkin Aquilla Goin born December 24, 1936
Larry Wendell Goin born November 26, 1939

George Elec Goin, first child of George Alexander Goin and Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin was born January 28, 1921. He died December 29, 1938 of an accidental gunshot wound at age 17. He had lived for 13 years at Goodnight, Texas and was buried there, according to Armstrong County Death Book 4, page 23.

Jimmie Don Goin, second child of George Alexander Goin and Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin, was born March 28, 1923, at Hedley.

He enlisted in the U.S. Navy March 28, 1944 and served aboard the USS Yarnall, DD541, USS ABSD #7, USS Otawa and the USS President Hayes in the Asiatic Theatre. He was discharged January 7, 1948 as a Watertender First Class, according to Armstrong County, Texas, Discharge Book 2, page 399.

Jimmie Don Goin was married to Miss Nadine E. Judd December 7, 1948, according to Armstrong County Marriage Book 3, page 95. “Jimmie Goin” appeared in the 1951 city directory of Amarillo as an employee of Amarillo Smelting & Refining Company. In 1953 and 1954 Jimmy Don Goin was in the U.S. Navy and his wife, Nadine E. Judd Goin, lived in Amarillo at 608 Hayden in 1953 and at 1006 North Garfield. in 1954.

They received a deed April 17, 1954 to Lot 10, Block 5, North High Subdivision, Amarillo, Texas, according to Potter County Deed Book 663, page 437. On August 2, 1963, Jimmy Don Goin and Nadine E. Judd Goin gave a warranty deed to Wylie C. Fuller for the Potter County property, according to Potter County Deed Book 955, page 695.

In 1964 Jimmy Don Goin and Nadine E. Judd Goin lived in Mesa, Arizona. In 1967 they were residents of Tarrant County, Texas.

“Jimmie D. Goin” was married to Winnifred D. Thornton August 2, 1973, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 166, page 637. Of Jimmie Don Goin and Winnifred D. Thornton Goin, nothing more is known.

James Jamar Goin, third child of George Alexander Goin and Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin, was born October 12, 1925 at Claude, according to Armstrong County Birth Book 3, page 25.

He enlisted in the U.S. Navy December 16, 1942, and served aboard the USS Comet [AP-166] in the Pacific during World War II. He was married about 1945, wife’s name Terry. He was discharged February 10.,1946 as a signalman third class and showed his address at that time as Box 95, Claude, according to Armstrong County Discharge Book 2, page 370. His civilian profession was a butcher.

A daughter, Katherine Joyce Goin, was born to James Jamar Goin and Terry Goin November 20, 1946, according to Car-son County, Texas birth records. In 1964 and 1967 James Jamar Goin and Terry Goin were living in Mesa, Arizona.

Larkin Aquilla Goin, fourth child of George Alexander Goin and Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin, was born December 24, 1936 at Hedley, according to Donley County Birth Book 2, page 14. In 1964 Larkin Aquilla Goin and his wife were living in Toomsuba, Mississippi. In 1967, he and his wife, Pat Goin, were living in Seminole County, Florida.

Larry Wendell Goin, fifth child of George Alexander Goin and Dovie Ozella Jamar Goin, was born in Armstrong County November 26, 1939, according to BVS File 94853.

In 1958 and 1959 he was a student at Amarillo Junior College, Amarillo, living at 3407 Monroe. His home address was listed as Box 541, Claude

On August 26 1961, he was married to Miss Patsy Sue Bagwell, according to Armstrong County Marriage Book 4, page 72. She was the daughter of Ralph Bagwell and was born June 4, 1941. She was an education senior at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas at the time of her wedding and showed her home address as Claude.

In 1962 they lived in Lubbock at 2108 47th Street, according to the city directory. In 1962 and 1963 he was a statistical clerk for the Santa Fe Railway. In 1964 and 1966 he was listed as a student. Patsy Sue Bagwell Goin was listed as a teacher at Sanders School in 1963 and 1965. In 1964 Larry Wendell Goin was named executor of the estate of his mother, according to Armstrong County Probate Book 11, pages 352-362.

In 1967 Patsy Sue Bagwell Goin was a beautician for the Paris Beauty Salon and lived at 2003 49th Street, Lubbock.

On July 15, 1967, Larry Wendell Goin and Patsy Sue Bagwell Goin of Harris County, Texas, were joined by his brothers and their wives in giving a warranty deed to H. W. Morehead and wife of Armstrong County to the property formerly owned by their parents in Claude, according to Armstrong County Deed Book 73 page 332. They gave a release to him on the property on March 8, 1971, according to Armstrong County Deed Book 76, page 834.
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Rodney E. Goin (45) married Dianne Matthews (33) on June 18, 1984 according to Erath County marriage records.
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Henry Goins was married to Beulah Williams May 6, 1909, according to Erath County Marriage Book L. page 163.
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“R. F. Goings,” believed to be R. Frank Goins, brick-layer, applied for a marriage license to marry Sallie Grooms February 13, 1891 in Stephenville, Texas, according to Erath County Marriage Book E, page 220. No return was made of this license, suggesting that Sallie Grooms declined his proposal.

“Frank Goins” was married May 23, 1891 to Miss Sallie Lofton, according to Coleman County, Texas, Marriage Book 2, page 163.

Frank Goins, bricklayer, lived at 449 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas, according to the 1905 city directory of Dallas. Of R. Frank Goins and Sallie Lofton Goins nothing more is known.
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Henry Goins was married to Beulah Williams May 6, 1909, according to Erath County Marriage Book L. page 163.
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Linda Jean Goins was born in Erath County June 22, 1947, according to BVS File 71087. She was married about 1965 to Roland Gomez Zapata, according to Bexar County, Texas marriage records. They lived at 608 North Hamilton, San Antonio, Texas.
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Wilburn Lafaette Goins was born March 11, 1920 in Erath County, according to BVS File 14175.
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John Thomas Goyne, “son of Jeff Goyne,” was born in Texas, May 24, 1877, according to his death certificate. “J. T. Goyne” was the father of an infant born October 28, 1912 in Erath County, according to BVS File 39367. “J. T. Goyne and Mrs. E. J. Johnson Goyne” were the parents of a daughter born October 9, 1917 at Afton, Texas, according to Dickens County, Texas Birth Book 2-A, page 2.

Later John Thomas Goyne was a farmer in Jones County, Texas. He died February 23, 1954 “of senility” in Stamford, Texas where he maintained a home at 404 South Ferguson, according to Jones County Death Book 8, page 460. He was buried in Highland Cemetery, Stamford, according to Mrs. Crawford Corruth, informant.
FALLS COUNTY, TEXAS

Eula Mae Goan was maried September 15, 1923 to Ivan Kilgore, according to the research of Jenna Scott.
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Paul E. Gowan died April 20, 1972 according to Falls County death records.
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W. A. Gowan was a resident of Falls County in 1903. W. A. Gowan “of Deaf Smith County, Texas” purchased a lot from Robertson Miles for $25 October 26, 1923, according to Deaf Smith County Deed Book 49, page 153. He received a land grant from the State of Texas, according to Deaf Smith County Deed Book 73, page 434.

W. A. Gowan, Jr. was born in Falls County December 9, 1903, according to BVS File 53926.
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Catherine Gowans, negress, was born in Falls County in 1920. On October 29, 1937 she was the mother of Alvin Gowans who was born at Fairfield, Texas, according to Freestone County Birth Book 3, page 637.
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John Gowen was the father of an infant born in Falls County April 1, 1905, according to BVS File 469.
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Mayor D. Gown died September 11, 1929 in Falls County, according to BVS File 44395.
FANNIN COUNTY, TEXAS

Angeline Goin was married November 5, 1869 to Andrew Hart, according to Fannin County marriage records.
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Christopher Columbus “Lum” Goin was married April 16, 1891 to Ella Brown, according to Fannin County Marriage Book G, page 327.

Christopher Columbus “Lum” Goin, Ella Brown Goin and others received a deed from J. F. Blodgett to land in Fannin County, according to Fannin County Deed Book 50, page 315. Christopher Columbus “Lum” Goin was a farmer at Windom in 1893.

“C. C. Goin,” received a deed to 160 acres in Fisher County, Texas, December 20, 1906 from James Henry and K. K. Leggett for $1,870, according to Fisher County Deed Book 20, page 546.

“C. C. Goin and Laura V. Goin of Fisher County” sold the 160 acres to J. F. Mitchell December 4, 1907, according to Fisher County Deed Book 24, page 287. On the same date they sold to Mitchell Lots 19, 20, 21 Block 32, Sylvester, Texas for $550, according to Fisher County Deed Book 23, page 604. Laura V. Goin is suggested as the second wife of Christopher Columbus “Lum” Goin.

On September 21, 1909 C. C. Goin received a warranty deed from G. W. Jennings to Lots 19, 20, 21, Block 32, Sylvester, Texas for $500, according to Fisher County Deed Book 31, page 110.

Laura Vandaline Goin, possibly Laura V. Goin above, died in Dallas County, Texas July 4, 1954, according to BVS File 32475.

Children born to Christopher Columbus “Lum” Goin and Ella Brown Goin include:

Elza Vern Goin born March 7, 1893

Elza Vern Goin, first child of Christopher Columbus “Lum” Goin and Ella Brown Goin, was born at Windom March 7, 1893. “Vern Goin” was born in Texas in March 1892, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Fannin County, Enumeration District 83, page 14, precinct 1. He was living with his uncle, Monroe Perry.

Elza Vern Goin was married to Jessie L. Moore September 18, 1913, according to Fannin County Marriage Book T, page 28.

Elza Vern Goin, Jessie L. Moore Goin and others deeded land to M. T. Parry, according to Fannin County Deed Book 136, page 264. Elza Vern Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin deeded land to W. E. Carder, according to Fannin County Deed Book 139, page 448. They deeded land to Myrtle Mathis, according to Fannin County Deed Book 146, page 579. Elza Vern Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin deeded additional land to Myrtle Mathis June 13, 1914, according to Fannin County Deed Book 240, page 423.

Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin lived at 2512 Ryan Avenue, Ft. Worth, Texas in 1949 where he was a store mana-ger for Brigham Young Liquors, according to the city direct-ory. They continued to live at 2512 Ryan Avenue in 1951 and 1952. In 1953 and 1954, he, a sales-man, lived at 3120 Proc-tor, Ft. Worth. In 1956 he was listed as a collector for Charlie Hillard Finance Company and lived at 3659 Reed, according to the city directory.

On January 17, 1957, Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin received a warranty deed from Don E. Stabough, to Lot 5, Block 4, Teal Place, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3072, page 301.

Elza Verne Goin died July 25, 1958 in Howard County, Texas according to the BVS File No. 41503. However his death certificate could not be located in the county clerk’s office in Big Spring, Texas.

Jessie L. Moore Goin gave a warranty deed to the Teal Place property January 15, 1959 to C. W. White, according to Tar-rant County Deed Book 3283, page 213. In connection with this transaction she gave an affidavit stating “I am the surviv-ing wife of Elza Verne Goin who died July 25, 1958. Only one child, Deloyce M. Goin Baker, wife of Orville J. Baker, was born to us.”

In 1959 and 1960 Jessie L. Moore Goin lived at 2000 Terbert Lane, Ft. Worth, according to the city directory. In 1965 and 1968 she was living at 2837 Halbert Street, Ft. Worth.

Jessie L. Moore Goin died May 22, 1968 in Ft. Worth. De-loyce M. Goin Baker Marshall stated to Tarrant County Pro-bate Court that “Jessie L. Moore Goin was married only once and to Elza Verne Goin and that I was the only child born to them,” according to Probate File No. D4582, page 996.

The only child born to Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin was:

Deloyce M. Goin born August 22, 1914.

Deloyce M. Goin, only child of Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin, was born August 22, 1914, according to Fannin County Birth Book 12, page 897. She was married prior to 1958 to Orville J. Baker. Later Deloyce M. Goin Baker was remarried to Rufus M. Marshall.

Henry Goings was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1850 census of Fannin County, Household 425-425, page 71:

“Goings, Henry 33, farmer, born in NC, illiterate,
married within the year
Amanda 21, wife, born in TX, illiterate,
married within the year”
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James Earl Goin, 19, was married to Beatrice Fulfer, 21, No-vember 8, 1966 according to Fannin County Marriage records. Children born to James Earl Goin and Beatrice Fulfer Goin are unknown.
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John Goins and his wife, M. Goins were enumerated in 1850 living in the household of E. T. Pickett, No. 43-43:

“Goins, John 20, born in North Carolina
M. 16, born in Illinois
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Matthew “Mack” E. Goins was born in Virginia in 1861. About 1885 he was married to Eliza J. Blizzard who was born in Virginia in 1863

Matthew “Mack” C. Goins and Eliza J. Blizzard Goins re-ceived a release from D. W. Sweeney, according to Fannin County Release Book 2, page 54. They also received a re-lease from W. F. Gault, according to Release Book 2, page 57.

They gave a release to R. E. Smith, according to Fannin County Deed Book 133, page 208. He received a deed from Mrs. M.M. Semple, according to Fannin County Deed Book 183, page 382. He gave a deed to William Haile, according to Fannin County Deed Book 186, page 348.

In 1888 Matthew “Mack” C. Goins was farming in Hunt County, Texas. On August 14, 1894, he received a war-ranty deed from W. M. Robinson for 50 acres of land in Hunt County. According to Hunt County Deed Book 75, page 485, consideration was $800.

On January 15, 1897, he gave a quit claim deed to John Johnson to property in Hunt County for $900, according to Hunt County Deed Book 93, page 212. On October 10, 1898 Matthew “Mack” C. Goins and Eliza J. Blizzard Goins gave a warranty deed to T. F. Pettus to 71 1/9 acres of land located 14 miles southeast of Greenville, Texas for $1,285, according to Hunt County Deed Book 92, page 510.

On August 16, 1899 Matthew “Mack” C. Goins received a warranty deed from J. W. Peacock for 32.5 acres of land for $1,200, according to Hunt County Deed Book 101, page 172.

He sold 82.5 acres of land to W. H. Cress on March 31, 1900, according to Deed Book 102, page 638. On August 3, 1901, he gave a warranty deed to J. A. Hall for 18.3 acres of land, according to Hunt County Deed Book 111, page 478.

On July 18, 1908, Matthew C. “Mack” Goins and Eliza J. Blizzard Goins sold 53 acres of land to G. G. Johnson for $2,898, according to Hunt County Deed Book 159, page 345.

On September 1, 1908, he received a warranty deed from W. D. Bevers for 80 acres of land, according to Hunt County Deed Book 156, page 102. On November 16, 1908, he received a warranty deed from R. M. Delaney to a lot in Greenville, Texas, according to Hunt County Deed Book 159, page 490.

On March 16, 1909 he received a warranty deed from W. M. Kelley to 80 acres of land in Hunt County, according to Hunt County Deed Book 156, page 383. On February 9, 1911 he received a release on 63 acres purchased from J. G. Allen, according to Hunt County Deed Book 170, page 475.

Matthew “Mack” C. Goins was listed in the 1913 city di-rect-ory of Waco, Texas residing at 1100 Lyle Avenue. In 1916 he lived at 1530 Lyle. In the 1917-1918 directory, he, a watchman, and Eliza J. Blizzard Goins were shown as liv-ing at 1528 Lyle. He was listed as an electrical engineer in the 1919-20 directory and lived at 2116 Herring. From 1921 through 1936 editions the residence of Matthew “Mack” C. Goins and Eliza J. Goins were shown to be at 2022 Reuter Avenue.

In 1928 he was listed as a watchman for the State Home for Children. From 1930 until 1936 he operated a restaurant known as “Mac’s Place, according to the directory.

Eliza J. Blizzard Goins died in Waco May 19, 1936, ac-cording to McLennon County Deed Book 512, page 462. She was survived by her husband and two children.

On July 24, 1937, Matthew “Mack” C. Goins et al deeded property to his son William Curtis Goins, according to Mc-Lennon County Deed Book 464, page 40. On January 31, 1944 Matthew “Mack” C. Goins was joined by E. D. Dick-son and Ada F. Dickson in transferring property in Waco to William Curtis Goins, according to McLennon County Deed Book 514, page 351.

Children born to Matthew “Mack” C. Goins and Eliza J. Goins include:

Ada F. Goins born about 1886
William Curtis Goins born August 29, 1888.

Ada Goins, assumed to be the first child of Matthew “Mack” C. Goins and Eliza J. Goins, was born about 1895. In the 1913 city directory of Waco, she appeared in her father’s household “boarding” at 1100 Lyle Avenue. On December 23, 1914 she was married to Ed D. Dickson, according to McLennan County Marriage Book A-1, page 241.

In 1934 Ed B. Dickson owned a drug store in Waco. On July 27, 1937, Ada F. Goins Dickson received some lots from her brother, William Curtis Goins, according to Mc-Lennon County Deed Book 470, page 389. Apparently she deeded this property to A. E. McDaniels on January 6, 1944, according McLennon County Deed Book 512, page 487. It is believed that later Ed D. Dickson and Ada F. Goins Dickson moved to Houston, Texas.

William Curtis Goins, second child of Matthew “Mack” C. Goins and Eliza J. Blizzard Goins, was born August 24, 1888 in Hunt County, Texas, according to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 38, page 451.

In the 1913 city directory of Waco he appeared as a soda clerk for Powers-Kelly Drug and boarded at 1100 Lyle Av-e-nue, the residence of his parents. In 1916 he was listed as a clerk for Morrison’s Drug Co. and boarded at 1530 Lyle Avenue. About 1917 he was married, wife’s name Kitty, and at that time the couple lived at 920 Proctor Avenue. He was still employed by Powers-Kelly. In the 1919-20 city directory he was still living at 920 Proctor and em-ployed by Carter’s Drug.

He sold the house at 920 Proctor to Louis Concillin April 6, 1920, according to McLennon County Deed Book 320, page 287. He received a deed from C. G. Appell January 1, 1921 for a house in Waco, according to McLennon County Deed Book 325, page 481. Consideration was $960. In the 1921-22 city directory, he was shown as an employee of Praetorian Drug Store.

William Curtis Goins and Kitty Goins were involved in many real estate transactions in 1923 with Mack Job, J. G. Caleb, R. M. Gage and others. These transactions were re-corded in Deed Book 343, pages 298 and 587, Deed Book 345, pages 492, Deed Book 350, page 230, Deed Book 371, page 494 and Deed Book 410. page 6.

In 1926 William Curtis Goins became an agent for Ameri-can National Insurance Company and lived at 1507 Cum-berland. The 1928 city directory listed him as an agent for Washington Fidelity National Insurance Company residing at 3811 Bosque Boulevard. In 1934 he was a clerk for his brother-in-law in the Ed. D. Dickson Drugstore. In 1936 he was a salesman for L. B. Price Mercantile and lived at 320 Kane.

On July 27, 1937 William Curtis Goins and Kitty Goins deeded some property in Waco to Ada F. Goins Dickson, his sister, and apparently moved away from Waco.

On January 6, 1944 they deeded some property in McLenn-on County to A. E. McDaniels and Pearl McDaniels, ac-cording to McLennon County Deed Book 512, page 487. On January 31, 1944 they received a release from the N. M. Gay estate, according to McLennon County Deed Book 514, page 351.
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Alvis Goin was married to Margaret Hison August 23, 1860, according to Fannin County Marriage Book 4, page 306.
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Angeline Goin was married to Andrew Hart, November 5, 1869, according to Fannin County marriage records.
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Catherine Goin was married to Daniel Vaughan June 26, 1865, according to Fannin County marriage records.
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Charles Goin and his wife, Elizabeth Goin, gave a warranty deed to W. E. McMahan September 11, 1951, according to Fannin County Deed Book 322, page 518.
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Henry J. Goin, negro son of Pearl Mills, was born Novem-ber 24, 1903, according to Fannin County Deed Book 120, page 332.
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“J. W. Goin” was married to Winnie Armstrong January 7, 1912, according to Fannin County Marriage Book S, page 236. They deeded land to J.M. Brock according to Fannin County Deed Book 191, page 498.

”J. W. Goin” received a deed from Hunt County Oil Company, according to Fannin County Deed Book 120, page 332.

Winnie Armstrong Goin lived with her Armstrong family in Clyde, Texas for a few years around 1920, according to Gina Brown, a great-granddaughter. She died in her sleep at the age of 36.

Joe W. Goin was soon remarried, wife’s name Pauline. “J. W.” Goin and his wife Pauline Goin gave an oil and gas lease to J. J. Lynn July 27, 1951, according to Fannin County Deed Book 326, page 492.

He later was married for a third time, wife’s name un-known, shortly before he died in 1962.

Children born to Joe W. Goin and Winnie Armstrong Goin include:

Winnie Jo Goin born April 29, 1913
“Harry” Goin born about 1917

Winnie Jo Goin, daughter of Joe W. Goin and Winnie Arm-strong Goin, was born April 29, 1913. She was 12 when her mother died. She was married about 1931 to Charles Baker.

Children born to them include:

Carol Janet Baker born about 1940
Carolyn Baker born in 1941

Carolyn Baker, only surviving child of Charles Baker and Winnie Jo Goin Baker, was born about 1936. She was married about 1958 to Howard Kline. They were divorced in 1959, and she was remarried to John Goodman in 1960.

Children born to Howard Kline and Carolyn Baker Kline include:

Connie Lynn Kline born in 1959

Children born to John Goodman and Carolyn Baker Kline Goodman include:

Charles Alan Goodman born in 1961
Gina Carol Goodman [twin] born in 1965
Janet Joanne Goodman [twin] born in 1965

“Harry” Goin, son of Joe W. Goin and Winnie Armstrong Goin, was born about 1917. He died in his early childhood.
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Manor J. Goin and his wife, Lillie Mae Sharp Goin, were residents of Fannin County in 1947. They were the parents of James Earl Goin who was born in Fannin County in August 10, 1947, according to Fannin County Birth Book 18, page 1022.

At age 19, James Earl Goin was married to Beatrice Fulfer, age 21, November 8, 1966, according to Fannin County Marriage Book 5, page 274.

Apparently James Earl Goin and Beatrice Fulfer Goin were divorced about 1968. Beatrice Fulfer Goin was remarried February 8, 1969 to James Clifton Jones who was born in 1944, according to Fannin County Marriage Book 5, page 436.

Children born to James Earl Goin and Beatrice Fulfer Goin include;

Judy Kay Goin born October 20, 1967

Judy Kay Goin, daughter of James Earl Goin and Beatrice Fulfer Goin, was born October 20, 1967, according to Lamar County, Texas, Birth Book 5, page 274..
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Lucy Myrtle Goin and other children were under the guardianship of M. J. Perry, according to Fannin County Deed Book 66, page 1011.

“Miss Myrtle Goin” was married January 8, 1913 to Jim Mathis, according to Fannin County marriage records.
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R. A. Goin gave a deed to J. W. Duke, according to Fannin County Deed Book 190, page 46. R. A. Goin and his wife gave a deed to G. W. Pirtle, according to Fannin County Deed Book 125, page 169. Mrs. R. A. Goin received a deed from Thomas P. Steger, receiver, according to Fannin County Deed Book 114, page 555.
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Mrs. Ora Lee Thompson Goin, daughter of J. R. Thompson and Callie Pearson Thompson, natives of Tennessee, was born November 7, 1895 at Bailey, Texas. She died July 15, 1952 of metastic carcinoma, according to Gregg County, Texas Death Certificate No. 7656. She was buried in Kilgore Cemetery, Kilgore, Texas, according to E. W. Goin, informant.
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Elizabeth Gowan was married about 1870 to Philip Roland. He died “of damp” prior to 1880 in Fannin County, accord-ing to Diane Grant. Later she was remarried to James K. McGregor, and they moved to Vashti, Texas in Clay County.

Children born to Philip Roland and Elizabeth Gowan Roland include:

Mary Ann Roland born about 1872
Charles Franklin Roland born about 1875

Children born to James K. McGregor and Elizabeth Gowan Roland McGregor include:

Josie McGregor born about 1878
Ida McGregor born about 1880

Josie McGregor, daughter of James K. McGregor and Elizabeth Gowan Roland McGregor, was born about 1878. She was married about 1896 to Frank Fryer. Frank Fryer died January 9, 1979 in Conroe, Texas. Josie McGregor Fryer died there in March 1983.

Ida McGregor, daughter of James K. McGregor and Elizabeth Gowan McGregor, was born about 1880. She was married about 1897 to George Burnett.
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Miss Rowena Gowan who was born in 1930 was married to F. J. Vanoy who was born in 1929, according to Fannin County Marriage Book 3, page 276.
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Christopher T. Gowens (19) married Lynette J. Clark (17) on September 3, 1992 according to Fannin County marriage records.
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O. F. Gowens received a release from Wolfe City National Bank March 21, 1949, according to Fannin County Deed Book 302, page 16.
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Charles Anthony Goyne who was born in Oklahoma in 1914 later lived in Fannin County.
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Kenneth Upton Goyne died July 20, 1988 according to Fannin County death records.
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Naomi B. Goyne, daughter of Frederick M. Goyne and Martha E. Powell Goyne, was born July 19, 1904, according to Fannin County Birth Book 21, page 1427.
FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS

Robert Allison Gowens was born in Fayette County May 20, 1900, according to BVS File 615536. He was married about 1920 to Hattie Gooch and lived in Houston. “Hattie Gowens” died September 10, 1940 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 41570.

Children born to Robert Allison Gowens and Hattie Gooch Gowens include:

Robert Allison Gowens, Jr. born October 5, 1921

Robert Allison Gowens, Jr, son of Robert Allison Gowens and Hattie Gooch Gowens, was born October 5, 1921 at Hamilton, Texas, according to Hamilton County Birth Book 5, page 29. He, a “supervisor for Aradmac” and his wife, Sarah C. Gowens lived at 4805 Trinity in 1966 and 1969, according to the Ft. Worth, Texas city directory. Al-so living at that address in 1966 was Gwen A. Gowens, a student and Lyn Gowens, a bookkeeper.
FISHER COUNTY, TEXAS

W. T. Gowan received a warranty deed to Lots 4-9, Block 17, Longworth, Texas from R. L. Cagle October 1, 1942, according to Fisher County Deed Book 116, page 226.
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Perry G. Gowin (37) married Ginger L. Green (20) on January 15, 1983 according to Fisher County marriage records.
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Eris Onette Guynes died January 13, 1993 according to Fisher County death records.
FLOYD COUNTY, TEXAS

Glessie Goins was born in Roosevelt County, New Mexico and moved to Texas when she was two years old, according to her obituary published in the “Lubbock Avalanche-Journal” in its August 31, 1992 edition. She attended West Texas State Teachers College in Canyon, Texas. She operated dress shops by the name of Sweetbriar and Gaw-dins in Lubbock, Texas and was also the owner of Janie’s Dress Shop there. She died in Plainview, Texas August 1, 1992 and was buried in Floydada Cemetery in Floydada, Texas.
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John P. Goins gave a special warranty deed to Frank Pratt to four tracts of land in Floyd County October 22, 1965, according to Floyd County Deed Book 173, page 620.
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Lucy Goins Cates died February 16, 1981 according to Floyd County death records.
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Mary E. Goin, Lydia F. Wolf and Sally M. Murray received a warranty deed from Catherine A. Wyanot, feme sole of Stark County, Ohio to 160 acres March 16, 1894, according to Floyd County Deed Book 13, page 63.

FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS

Gary L. Goin (21) married Rosie G. Wilcox (23) on December 28, 1991 according to Fort Bend County marriage records.
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Samuel E. Goings (28) married Sheila M. Braden (24) on July 10, 1970 according to Fort Bend marriage records.
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Elizabeth Ann Goins was born September 14, 1957 in Ft. Bend County, according to BVS File 165230.
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Jessie Franklin Goins died December 6, 1962 in Ft. Bend County, according to BVS File 74727.
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Richard Edward Gowen was born October 1, 1938 in Ft. Bend County, according to BVS File 88184.
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Jack Goyen Wagner, Jr. died February 20, 1991 according to Fort Bend County death records.
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Fred Goynes, Jr. was born April 8, 1946 in Ft. Bend County, according to BVS File 165230.
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Gerald Ray Goynes, 22 was married to Beverly Anne Peck, 22, September 10, 1966 according to Fort Bend County marriage records.
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Charles Lamar Goynes was born in Ft. Bend County De-cember 26, 1945, according to BVS 143014.

FRANKLIN COUNTY, TEXAS

Micheal D. Goings (21) married Carol L. Brown (17) on July 20, 1984 according to Franklin County marriage records.
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H. A. Goins received a general warranty deed from Nacog-doches University to 43 acres July 10, 1936 for $1,000, ac-cording to Franklin County Deed Book 133, page 257. He and his wife, Alice Goins “of Hopkins County, Texas” sold the property November 10, 1937 to Walter E. King, according to Franklin County Deed Book 139, page 142.
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Henry Clay Gowins was born in Missouri in 1931. He was married to Peggy Joann Howk November 28, 1969, according to Franklin County Marriage Book G, page 590. She was born in Texas December 14, 1943. In February 1972, Henry Clay Gowins was employed as a dairyhand on a farm in Franklin County.

Children born to Henry Clay Gowins and Peggy Joann Howk Gowins include:

John Henry Gowins born February 24, 1972

John Henry Gowins, first child of Henry Clay Gowins and Peggy Joann Howk Gowins, was born February 24, 1972 at Mt. Vernon, according to Franklin County Birth Book 9, page 11.
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Franklyn Goynes, 25 wasmarried to Arlue Leverne Hargraves, 17 July 5, 1968 according to Franklin County marriage rec-ords.
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Bonnie L. Guynes died November 19, 1978, according to Franklin County death records.

FREESTONE COUNTY, TEXAS

Leah Goin died November 13, 1932 in Freestone County, according to BVS File 50252.
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John Goines, negro, was married to Roxey Cleveland Oc-tober 1, 1885, according to Freestone County Colored Mar-riage Book 3, page 58. Children born to John Goines and Roxey Cleveland Goines are unknown
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Paul D. Goins SR. (65) married Mattie L. Hurst (57) according to Freestone County marriage records.
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Louise Gowan died November 30, 1933 in Freestone County, according to BVS File 50232.
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Will Gowen, negro, appeared as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Freestone County, Enumeration District 28, page 12, precinct 6:

“Gowen, Will 25, born in TX in August 1874
Armathia 30, born in TX in February 1870
Anderson, Cornelia 12, born in TX in May 1888,
step-sister
Elisabeth 10, born in TX in November
1889, step-daughter
Ella 6, born in TX in October 1893,
step-daughter
Gowen, Melvin 1, born Texas in Aug. 1898, son”
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Anthony Goyan died November 13, 1952 in Freestone County, according to BVS File 54171.
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Don Lee Goynes died November 28, 1990 according to Freestone County death records.

FRIO COUNTY, TEXAS

Julia Frances Guynes died October 03, 1968 according to Frio County death records.

GAINES COUNTY, TEXAS

Guy Goen died April 02, 1991 according to Gaines County death records.
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Verna Guyton Goen died October 07, 1996 according to Gaines County death records.
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James Willie Goins was married to Della Ruth Maxey October 2, 1967, according to Gaines County Marriage Book 7, page 228. James Willie Goins, an employee of Pioneer Pavers, and his wife Della Ruth Maxey Goins, lived at 2016 18th Street, Lubbock, Texas, according to the 1968 city directory. In the 1970 directory, he was a deliv-eryman for Texas Tech Lanudry and lived at 2217 6th Street. From 1971 through 1974, he was a driver for Mis-tletoe TexPac Express. In 1971 they lived at 2412 Avenue K. From 1972 through 1974, they lived at 1117 32nd Street, Lubbock.

GALVESTON COUNTY, TEXAS

More than 133,000 immigrants disembarked at the port of Galveston, Texas, between 1846-1948. These records begin in 1846, a year after the annexation of Texas by the United States, and this database includes most of the 19th Century passenger lists. The Great Galveston Hurricane of May 8, 1900, submerged the island and destroyed much of the city, including the buildings that housed the immigration rec-ords. There are very few records surviving between 1871-1894. Hurricane Frederick was the deadliest natural disas-ter in U.S. history, killing more than 8,000 people, surpas-sing the Chicago Fire, the San Francisco earthquake and the Johnstown flood combined.
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Mary Manila Goans died July 20, 1992 according to Gal-veston County death records.
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Ethel Goens died September 08, 1982 according to Galves-ton County death records.
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Henry Lee Goen was born February 9, 1917 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 6338. He died there March 4, 1928, according to BVS File 10333.
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Lihuel Goens died April 24, 1975 according to Galveston County death records.
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Louise Goens was born in Galveston County, February 26, 1921, according to BVS File 9687.
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Ruth Goens died June 16, 1922 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 17330.
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Sophia Goens was born in Galveston County, April 4, 1914, according to BVS File 12806. On September 30, 1930, she and David Davenport, age 28, of 1305 29th Street, Galveston. Texas, filed an intent to marry in Walker County Marriage Book 2, page 22. On October 5, 1930, they were married at Conroe, Texas, according to Mont-gomery County Marriage Book 14, page 65.
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Estella Goin was born in Galveston County February 28, 1939, according to BVS File 13201.
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Henry Lee Goin was born August 25, 1941 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 75429.
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Myrtle May Goin was born November 14, 1933, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 88847.
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Robert Lee Goin was born in Galveston County February 26, 1938, according to BVS File 13460. He died the same day, according to BVS file 7610.
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Frank Elwood Going, the son of Finis Going and Lena A. Bocks Going, was born June 23, 1914, at Texas City in Galveston County. He enlisted May 27, 1942 in the U.S. Navy and served as an aviation ordnanceman first class in VSB Squadron 18, according to Wheeler County Discharge Book 2, page 55. He was stationed at Vero Beach and Jacksonville, Florida and at Clinton, Oklahoma. He showed his residence as Monroe City, Missouri in his marriage application with Wilma Fay Burcham of Sham-rock, Texas, according to Backnum County Marriage Book 23, page 559.

He was discharged from the Navy January 10, 1945. Wilma Fay Burcham was born in Arkansas in 1922. In 1946 and 1950 the couple lived at 1103 Choctaw in Shamrock where he owned a cafe.

Frank Elwood Going and Wilma Fay Burcham Going deeded some lots in Shamrock to Jasper M. Burcham April 14, 1956, according to Wheeler County Deed Book 143, page 596. Later they gave a deed of trust to Fred Holmes May 27, 1958, according to Wheeler County Deed of Trust Book 33, page 201. He gave a vendor’s lein to H. S. Rippy October 13, 1960 according to Wheeler County Deed Book 135, page 339. He gave a deed of trust to Fred Holmes on April 3, 1962 for some property in Shamrock, according to Wheeler County Deed of trust Book 38, page 129. He deeded property in Shamrock to John Bennett, Jr. March 31, 1964, according to Wheeler County Deed Book 191, page 54.

Frank Elwood Going died in McLean Hospital, McLean, Texas, November 29, 1967, according to Gray County Death Certificate No. 5870. He was a resident of Dixie Hotel in McLean and had lived in Gray County for eight years at the time of his death. He died of uremia and polysystic kidney disease. He was buried in Shamrock Cemetery. At the time of his death he owned real estate in McLean and in Wheeler County Texas, valued at $30,000, according to Gray County Probate Book 76, page 103.

Mrs. Wilma Fay Burcham Going was married to Jessie Clarence Hefner, retired railroad engineer, Box 63, McLean, Texas, on June 23, 1969, according to Gray County Marriage Book 9, page 564.

Children born to Frank Elwood Going and Wilma Fay Burcham Going include:

Judith Ann Going born December 27, 1946
Bryan Frank Going born January 31, 1950

Judith Ann Going, daughter of Frank Elwood Going and Wilma Fay Burcham Going, was born at Shamrock De-cember 27, 1946, according to Wheeler County Birth Book 13, page 190. In 1966 she was a freshman at Texas Tech University and showed her home address as Box 63, Mc-Lean. On July 1, 1966, she was married to Curby Wayne Morris, Box 534, McLean, according to Gray County Mar-riage Book 9, page 69. In 1974 they lived at Shamrock and worked at Dixie Motel.

Bryyn Frank Going, son of Frank Elwood Going and Wil-ma Fay Burcham Going, was born at Shamrock January 31, 1950, according to Wheeler County Birth Book 14, page 241.

On June 19, 1969, he was living at 3112 West 11th street, Amarillo, Texas. On that date he was married to Irish Jy-nell Harkins of Pampa, Texas, according to Gray County Marriage Book 9, page 559.

“Bryan Going” in 1973 lived at 917 North Commerce, Mc-Lean, according to the telephone directory.

Children born to Bryan Frank Going and Irish Janell Har-kins Going include

Chaddler Frank Going born April 1, 1974

Chaddler Frank Going, son of Bryan Frank Going and Irish Janell Harkins Going, was born april 1, 1974, according to Gray County Birth Certificate No. 396.
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Phineas Lenard Going was the father of an infant born in Galveston County June 23, 1914, according to BVS File 19402. Phineas Lenard Going died September 23, 1916, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 21013.
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Ruth Isabell Going was born September 12, 1910 in Gal-veston County, according to Galveston County Birth Book 2, page 230.
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Ann S. Goings died September 03, 1974 according to Gal-veston County death records.
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Clyde Albert Goings was the father of an infant which died October 22, 1933 in Galveston County, according to BVS File. 45610.

Clyde Albert Goings died July 23, 1982 according to Gal-veston County death records.
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Kathy Lucinda Goings was born in Galveston County September 17, 1956, according to BVS file 162940.
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Texana Goings died May 22, 1959, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 32214.
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Arthur L. Goins Jr. died May 15, 1973 according to Gal-veston County death records.
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Audrey Nell Goins was born in Galveston County March 1, 1958, according to BVS File 43398.
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Betsie Goins died December 8, 1920 in Galveston County, according to BVS files.
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Buddy DeWayne Goins was born in Galveston County August 12, 1949, according to BVS File 196902.
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Catherine Grace Goins died May 11, 1993 according to Galveston County death records.
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Charles Ernest Goins died April 21, 1983 according to Galveston County death records.
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Christine Goins died December 07, 1979 according to Galveston County death records.
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Clyde Albert Goins was the father of an infant born in Gal-veston County October 28, 1933, according to BVS File 79782.
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Curtis A. Goins (27) married Pamela A. Harris (23) on August 8, 1975 according to Galveston County marriage records.
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Daphney Joyce Goins was born in Galveston County Jan-uary 17, 1957, according to BVS File 196902.
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Debra Kaye Goins was born in Galveston County July 29, 1956, according to BVS File 117748.
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Denise Renee Goins was born November 11, 1961, accord-ing to BVS File 206622.
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Eddie Ray Goins was born in Galveston County August 31, 1950, according to BVS File 142214. McLennan County, Texas marriage records show his birth in Tennessee. He was married to Gloria Garcia Salinas November 27, 1968, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 69, page 10. Gloria Garcia Salinas was born in Texas in 1950. In 1969 they lived at 130 South Jackson, McGregor, Texas. In 1973, Eddie Ray Goins, a mechanic, and Gloria Garcia Salinas Goins lived at 1105 South Main, McGregor.

Children born to them include:

Eddie Ray Goins, Jr. born October 22, 1969
Martin Goins born November 16 1973

Eddie Ray Goins, Jr, first child of Eddie Ray Goins and Gloria Garcia Salinas Goins, was born October 22, 1969 at Clifton, Texas, according to Bosque County Birth Book 11, page 467.

Martin Goins, third child of Eddie Ray Goins and Gloria Garcia Salinas Goins, was born in Bosque County Novem-ber 16, 1973, according to Bosque County Birth Book 13, page 410.
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Edna Lorraine Goins was born July 17, 1948 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 215095.
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Edward Goins November 15, 1969 according to Galveston County death records.
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Esther Goins died February 26, 1949 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 15131.
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Jacqueline Goins was born February 24, 1950 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 43821.
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James Goins, Jr, died December 21, 1961 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 70642.
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James Harold Goins, Jr, died July 10, 1964, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 42870.
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Jim Goins, Jr., was born November 30, 1936 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 88495. He died the same day according to File 54487.
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Lessie B. Goins was born in Galveston County November 3,1933, according to BVS File 92218.
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Lineal Percy Goins was born in Galveston County January 8, 1959, according to Bureau of Vital Statisitics File 2847.
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Lionel Percy Goins died August 10, 1950, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 45875.
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Luberta Goins died June 15, 1988 according to Galveston County death records.
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Manuel James Goins died January 4, 1947, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 80130.
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Marcia Elaine Goins was born December 22, 1961, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 227663.
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Michael Dwain Goins was born May 26, 1960 in Galveston County, according to File 81134.
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Pamela Denise Goins was born July 20, 1958 in Galveston County, according to File 116317.
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Patricia Ann Goins was born August 23, 1960 in Galveston County, according to BVS file 140552.
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Pearlie Lorraine Goins was born November 22, 1952 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 208502.
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Phyllis Ann Goins was born in Galveston County July 31, according to BVS File 101635.
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Phyllis Jean Goins was born in Galveston County August 10, 1950, according to BVS file 140579.
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Richard T. Goins, 47 was married to Carla Grubbs, 43 Decem-ber 18, 1992 according to Galveston County marriage records. Of Richard T. Goins and Carla Grubbs Goins nothing more is known.
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Robert I. Goins, Sr. died May 07, 1993 according to Gal-veston County death records.
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Roderick Dale Goins was born in Galveston County July 26, 1964, according to BVS File 112997.
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Rodger Dean Goins and Rodney Gene Goins, twins, were born in Galveston County June 5, 1958, according to Files 96904 and 96905.
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Rudolph Goins was the father of an infant born in Gal-veston County July 26, 1950, according to BVS File 92934.
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Ruddy Dewayne Goins (18) married Catherine Jean Jones (16) on April 2, 1968 according to Galveston County marriage records.
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Sabatha J. Goins died July 30, 1971 according to Galveston County death records.
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Stella Mae Goins was the mother of an infant which died March 12, 1959, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 26244. She was also the mother of an infant which died May 11, 1959 in Galveston County, according to BVS File 26243.
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Terry Jerome Goins was born in Galveston County July 28, according to BVS File 232607.
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Will Goins died April 12, 1949, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 25953.
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Will Edward Goins was born in Galveston County January 27, 1947, according to BVS File 6022.
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Patrick Gowan, a native of Ireland, was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Galveston County, Enumeration District 139, page 5. The family, living at 617 Broadway, Galveston, was listed as:

“Gowan, Patrick 45, born in Ireland in June 1855
Ellen 44, born in Ireland in July 1856”
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Charles G. Gowen, a 55-year-old mechanic, born in Virgin-ia in 1795, was enumerated in the 1850 census of Galves-ton County, page 51. He was recorded April 16, 1850 in Galveston City living in the Household No. 390-402, in the home of Samuel M. Williams, the president of Commercial Bank. Charles G. Gowen owned $1,000 of real estate, ac-cording to the enumeration.
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Damon Gowen was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1850 census of Galveston County:

“Gowen, Damon 43, barber, born in Spain
Clara 34, born in Spain
Mary, 7/12, born in TX, daughter”
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Hattie Gowens died September 10, 1940, in Galveston County, according to BVS File 41570.
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Tommy Renay Gowen died May 25, 1981 according to Galveston County death records.
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Lester J. Goyne died February 23, 1973 according to Galveston County death records.
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Annie Elizabeth Goynes died January 27, 1992 according to Galveston County death records.
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Kevin Eugene Goynes was born in Galveston County Sep-tember 30, 1962, according to File 162121.
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Nathaniel Goynes died March 16, 1973 according to Gal-veston County death records.
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Raymond Keith Goynes was born in Galveston County November 19, 1965, according to BVS File 181438.
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Richard Lee Goynes was born in Galveston County January 27, 1960, according to BVS File 6205.
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Rosie Lee Goynes died April 12, 1965 according to Galves-ton County death records.
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Willie Goynes (48) married Louise Bettes (34) on January 15, 1980 according to Galveston County marriage records.

Willie Goynes died June 24, 1986 according to Galveston County death records.
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Benjamin Morgan Guynes died March 06, 1998, according to Galveston County death records.
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Cleo E. Guynes died October 05, 1977, according to Gal-veston County death records.
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Darin Wayne Guynes died February 09, 1996, according to Galveston County death records.
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Johnny H. Guynes, Jr. died February 27, 1977 according to Galveston County death records.
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Mary Virginia Guynes died June 28, 1992 according to Galveston County death records.
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Thula Josephine McGowan died July 24, 1996 according to Galveston County death records.

GARZA COUNTY, TEXAS

Jerry Goen died November 18, 1973 according to Garza County death records.
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“D. R. Gowin” was married to Cleada Fae Mathis May 14, 1927 in Post, Texas according to Garza County Texas Mar-riage Book 1, page 477. Of D. R. Gowin and Cleada Fae Mathis Gowin nothing more is known.
GILLESPIE COUNTY, TEXAS

James Worth Goins died January 12, 1996 according to Gillespie County death records.
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Bonnie Guynes died January 27, 1997 according to Gil-lespie County death records.
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Sue Guynes died March 22, 1985 according to Gillespie County death records.

GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS

W. P. Gawin was born in February 1843 in Kentucky, ac-cording to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He appeared in the 1900 census of Grayson County, Enumeration Dis-trict 112, page 7, precinct 6 as the head of a family com-posed of:

“Gawin, W. P. 57, born in KY in February 1843
A. J. 20, born in KY in October 1879,
son
Katie 13, born in TX in Nov. 1886, daughter
John 11, born in TX in August 1888, son
Porter W. 10, born in TX in July 1889, son”

W. P. Gawin was apparently a widower in 1900.
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Fannie Marie Goin died January 14, 1984 according to Grayson County death records.
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Ernest D. Goines, a guard for Safeway, lived at 722 West Morgan Street, according to the 1976 city directory of Denison, Texas.
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Caroline Going was married to Antoine Rubracht Novem-ber 24, 1860, according to the marriage records of Grayson County,
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Frank Elwood Going November 29, 1967 according to Grayson County death records.
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Alonzo S. Goings (50) married Aletha D. Carender (40) on February 14, 1992 according to Grayson County marriage records.
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Areta Goins was born November 2, 1919 [or January 12, 1919] in Grayson County, according to BVS File 1188103. She was married December 24, 1942 to James Wynn, ac-cording to Smith County, Texas Marriage Book 39, page 611.
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Emma Goins Bell died August 14, 1994 according to Gray-son County death records.
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Harmon Goins, operator of Goins Lumber Company at Bells, Texas, and his wife, Maude Goins, bookkeeper for the company, lived at 1101 West Sears, Denison, Apart-ment 113, according to the 1976 city directory of Denison.

Harmon Goins died June 20, 1989 according to Grayson County death records.
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I. N. Goins was enumerated in 1880 as the head of a house-hold in Grayson County, Enumeration District 11, precinct 4:

“Goins, I. N. 23, born in Mississippi
E. J. 20, born in Mississippi
M. E. 6/12, born in Texas, daughter”
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Jerry James Goins (26) married Viola Pearl Gammel (20) on May 25, 1968 according to Grayson County marriage records.
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John L. Goins (20) married Judith A. McFadden (19) on September 30,1970 according to Marriage Book 91. He was remarried to Addean Adams (45) on November 3, 1975 according to Grayson County marriage records.
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Mrs. Judy Goins lived at 16 Vaughn Drive, according to the 1976 city directory of Denison.
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Manuel Goins died January 30, 1923 in Grayson County, according to BVS File 1608.
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Michael Dean Goins was born October 9, 1964 in Grayson County, according to BVS File 177067.
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Michael Lynn Goins was born in Grayson County October 13, 1961, according to BVS File 185351.
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Vincent Goins was born in Grayson County August 23, 1914, according to BVS File 1000388. He was married in adjoining Bryan County, Oklahoma to Emma Eliza Good-man March 14, 1933.

“Emma E. Goins, widow of Vincent Goins” and a house-keeper lived at 1213 West Shepherd Street, according to the 1976 city directory of Denison, Texas.
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Viola Goins died June 1, 1953 in Grayson County, accord-ing to BVS File 40941.
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Ben Gowan was the father of an infant born in Grayson County March 27, 1922, according to BVS File 15824.
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Garrett C. Gowan was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Grayson County, Enumeration District 15, precinct 7:

“Gowan, Garrett C. 29, born in Mississippi
Mattie L. 19, born in Texas
Allen A. 2, born in Texas, son”
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Janice Lee Gowan was born July 24, 1957 in Grayson County, according to BVS File 120073.
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Nelson Gowan was the father of a child born August 18, 1914 in Grayson County, according to BVS records.
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Joyce Gowen lived at 827 East Morton Street, according to the 1976 city directory of Denison.
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William R. Gowen (23) married Marlisa D. Anderson (17) on June 26, 1982 according to Grayson County marriage records.
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Charla Etta Gowens was born October 24, 1933 in Grayson County, according to BVS File 79957.
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A. J. Gowin was the parent of an infant born in Grayson County, May 23, 1914, according to BVS File 16392.
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L. C. Gowin was born October 5, 1919 in Grayson County, according to BVS File 48607.
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Opal Allen Gowin was born about 1908, place and parents unknown. She died November 18, 2001 at Whitesboro, Texas at the age of 93.
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Linnie Naomi Goyne died October 24, 1983 according to Grayson County death records.
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Lucy Emma Goyne died November 17, 1938 in Grayson County, according to BVS File 50328.
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Henry Beckman Guynes died January 01, 1992 according to Grayson County death records.
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John N. Guynes was born September 11, 1884 in Missis-sippi to parents known. He was married January 11, 1906 in Denison, Texas to Viola Isabelle Perkins who was born there June 7, 1886. She was the daughter of William M. Perkins who was born January 8, 1836 in Scott County, Mississippi and Anna Mae Clarkin who was born March 17, 1843 in Dublin, Ireland. John N. Guynes died in Den-ison April 2, 1939 and Viola Isabelle Perkins Guynes died there December 11, 1968.

Children born to John N. Guynes and Viola Isabelle Perk-ins Guynes include:

William Kenneth Guynes born May 12, 1906

William Kenneth Guynes, son of John N. Guynes and Vi-ola Isabelle Perkins Guynes, was born May 12, 1906 in Atoka, Oklahoma, according to Patricia Ann Guynes Smith, a daughter who in 1989 lived in Pottsboro, Texas. He was married April 18, 1931 to Willie Bernice McCarroll who was born February 9, 1909 at Leonard, Texas to Wil-liam Charles McCarroll and Susan Francis Cannon McCar-roll.

Willie Bernice McCarroll Guynes died at Denison Septem-ber 13, 1955, and William Kenneth Guynes died there No-vember 9, 1984. Children born to them include:

Patricia Ann Guynes born January 19, 1939

Patricia Ann Guynes, daughter of William Kenneth Guynes and Willie Bernice McCarroll Guynes, was born January 19, 1939 at Denison. She was married June 11, 1956 to John Thomas Smith who was born August 5, 1937 at Hearne, Texas. In 1989 they lived at Pottsboro, Texas.
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Loraine Turner Guynes died July 31, 1990 according to Grayson County death records.
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Nobbie Elbert Guynes died May 13, 1987 according to Grayson County death records.
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Peggy Joyce Guynes died May 29, 1996 according to Grayson County death records.
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Viola I. Guynes died December 11, 1968 according to Grayson County death records.

GREGG COUNTY, TEXAS

Bertha Mae Goin died April 26, 1982 according to Gregg County death records.
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Earl W. Goin received a deed to a cemetery lot from the City of Kilgore August 15, 1952, according to Gregg County Deed Book 395, page 212. He died there Sep-tember 5, 1964, according to BVS File 56744.
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Otis Sherman Goin and his wife, Edith Collins Goin were residents of Gregg County in 1943. They were parents of twin daughters born there October 24, 1943, according to Gregg County Birth Book 4, Certificates No. 8676 and 8677. Their names were Barbara Elaine Goin, first child and Audrey Kathleen Goin, second child. Otis Sherman Goin, age 23, was born in Texas, and Edith Collins Goins, age 25, was also born in Texas.
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Samuel Ronald Goin and Madeline Jomanan Goin were residents of Gregg County in 1956. They were parents of Stephen Alan Goin, “white, male” who was born there Feb-ruary 29, 1956, according to Gregg County Birth Book 18, certificate No. 24603.
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M. C. Goines (66) married Inez Bardwell (77) on May 28, 1985 according to Marriage Book (92).
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Alton S. Goings (24) married Mary R. Ryan (23) on January 3, 1974 according to Gregg County marriage records.
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Sharon Goings died October 03, 1993 according to Gregg County death records.
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Audrey Dennis Goins and his wife Deanna Goins received a warranty deed from Guy Bellotte September 11, 1970, according to Gregg County Deed Book 812, page 342.
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Charles Harrison Goins and Theresa Margaret Latrope Goins was residents ofGregg County in 1951. They were parents of Linda Carol Goins, white female, who was born there July 29, 1951, according to Gregg County Birth Book 14, Certificate 21429.
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Mrs. Dorothy Nell Goins received power of attorney from W. C. Goins, Jr. February 26, 1944, according to Gregg County Deed Book 280, page 418.
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Gene Goins received a warranty deed March 28, 1973 from Pete Z. Dominguez to Block 5, Lot 584 in Alexander Jor-dan Addition, according to Gregg County Deed Book 890, page 553.
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Paul Goins and his wife Mary Ann Goins gave a warranty deed to L. F. Woodford August 21, 1948 to Lots 1&2, Block 56 in Gladewater, Texas, according to Gregg County Deed Book 321, page 37. Mary Ann Goins gave a war-ranty deed December 17, 1964 to Earnest A. Martin, Jr, according to Gregg County Deed Book 662, page 200.
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Richard Harrol Goins died June 30, 1988 according to Gregg County death records.
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Sherman Harrison Goins was born in Missouri June 19, 1870. He moved to Kilgore, Texas in 1931 where he be-came an oilfield worker. He died there June 19, 1970 of congestive heart failure at age 75, according to Gregg County Death Certificate 4649. He was described as mar-ried, white, male. His parents were unknown to Mrs. Mar-gie Nicely, 248 Woodlawn, Hot Springs, Arkansas, inform-ant. He was buried in Kilgore Cemetery.
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Theresa M. Goins, Sr. received a warranty deed October 15, 1960 from Sam D. Splawn, according to Gregg County Deed Book 575, page 233. Theresa Margaret Goins died May 20, 1988 according to Gregg County death records.
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Verna Elizabeth Goins died June 18, 1984 according to Gregg County death records.
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William Cecil Goins died July 23, 1965 according to Gregg County death records.
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Brian H. Gowan (20) married Angela R. Troquille (21) on June 6, 1992 according to Gregg County marriage records.
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Helen Carroll Davis Gowan, one of the five children of W. H. Davis and Mattie Stough Davis, was named as a trustee of a oil & gas property trust set up for their children Janu-ary 1, 1955, according to Gregg County Deed Book 462, pages 486-495.
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William Lloyd Gowan and his wife, Mary R. Gowan re-ceived a warranty deed to a lot in Skillern Survey from Larrey E. Fallon, March 26, 1969, according to Gregg County Deed Book 765, page 428.
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F. X. Gowans gave a mineral deed to Ray A. Rogers to 1.81 acres in Gregg County April 27, 1933, according to Gregg County Deed Book 152, page 593. He made other leases and transfers of mineral property there during the early 1930s.
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Elsie L. Gowen received a warranty deed from Robert L. Fletcher June 14, 1974, according to Gregg County Deed Book 936, page 596.
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J. B. Gowen applied for a license January 23, 1933 to mar-ry Beulah Bobbie Crass, according to Gregg County Marri-age Book N, page 259. No return was made of the license, implying that the two did not marry.
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Rae Carnelia Gowen died December 29, 1985 according to Gregg County death records.
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Russell R. Gowen died April 23, 1997 according to Gregg County death records.
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Van Dorn Gowen died August 12, 1993 according to Gregg County death records.
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Dornel C. Gowin was married about 1931 to Helen Louise Burt, according to Gregg County Marriage Book M, page 619. Children born to Dornel C. Gowin and Helen Louise Burt Gowin are unknown.
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Robert M. Gowing who was born in Oklahoma in 1916 and his wife, Edna Jean Sweeten Gowing, age 17 lived in Kil-gore in 1945. He was employed by Hunt Oil Company. They were the parents of Robert Charles Gowing, “white, male” who was born there April 27, 1945, according to Gregg County Birth Book 4, Certificate 10503.
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Harvey G. Gowins and his wife, Mildred Elizabeth [Wim-bish?] Gowins received a warranty deed to Lots 9 & 10, Block 6, Buchanan Gardens in Longview January 27, 1936 from W. D. Wimbish and Wilma Wimbish, believed to be her parents, for $1,250, according to Gregg County Deed Book 194, page 314.

They sold the property to James King February 8, 1943, according to Gregg County Deed Book 272, page 582.

They gave a warranty deed to Lots 1,2,3,4, Block 279, Highland Addition to Wilma Wimbish August 16, 1946, according to Gregg County Deed Book 300, page 303.

Mildred Elizabeth Wimbish Gowins received power of at-torney from Forrest Edwin Wimbish “et al, heirs of W. D. Wimbish and Wilma M. Wimbish” March 1, 1951, accord-ing to Gregg County Deed Book 413, page 474.

Harvey G. Gowins and Mildred E. Gowins gave a warranty deed to a lot in Longview July 14, 1964 for J. M. Nolen for $6,500, according to Gregg County Deed Book 651, page 348. They received a warranty deed from Fred McKinley there February 1, 1968, according to Gregg County Deed Book 729, page 151.
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Harvey Gordon Gowins died December 12, 1979 according to Gregg County death records.
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Mildred Elizabeth Gowins died December 21, 1996 accord-ing to Gregg County death records.
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Charles Anthony Goyne was born in Oklahoma in 1914. He was married about 1940 to Theresa Margret Lestrops who was born in Arkansas in 1920. In 1945 he was employed as an oilfield worker by Tidewater Oil Company in Kilgore.

Charles Anthony Goyne and Theresa Margret Lestrops Goyne were the parents of Robert Anthony Goyne who was born there December 1, 1945, according to Gregg County Birth Book 5, Certificate No. 11351.
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E. H. Goyne died May 7, 1931 in Gregg County, according to Gregg County death records.
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Edna Merle Goyne died March 07, 1995 according to Gregg County death records.
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Nannie Pearl Goyne died October 18, 1986 according to Gregg County death records.

GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS

Ada Goens, a minor under the guardianship of W. C. Lamb, of Grimes County, sold one-third of 375½ acres of land located in Hamilton and Brown [later Mills] County, Texas, to R. M. Thompson, May 7, 1884, according to Hamilton County Deed Book P, page 206 and Mills County Deed Book 10, page 587. R. M. Thompson received the land for “locating and patenting said land.”
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Darden Leonard Gowan, Jr. was born in Grimes County, August 15, 1937, according to BVS File 63867.
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Zenobia Gowan died March 1, 1945 in Grimes County, according to BVS File No. 11619.
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H. S. Goyens was convicted of horse stealing August 19, 1874 in Grimes County.
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James E. Goynes Jr, 24 was married to Tamm D. Pinckard, 24 May 23, 1992 according to Gregg County marriage records.
GUADALUPE COUNTY, TEXAS

Robert G. Goings, a native of Indiana, was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Guadalupe County, Enumeration District 73, page 3, precinct 2:

“Goings, Robert G. 55, born in Indiana, husband
Elizabeth 47, born in Indiana, wife
Solomon 17, born in Indiana, son
Fink, Mary C. 7, born in Texas, daughter
Cox, Angeline 18, born in Texas, niece
Haywood 2, born in Texas, grand-
nephew”
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Laura A. Gowing, page 281 was enumerated as the head of a household living in Seguin, Texas in the 1860 census of Guadalupe County.
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R. Gowing appeared as head of a household in Guadalupe County in the 1860 census, page 1. He was a male, age 29, born in South Carolina and was the head of Household No. 15.
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William Charles Gowing was born in Mississippi in 1857 of parents unknown, according to one source. According to the birth record of his son, Archibald Beck Gowing, William Charles Gowing was born at Seguin, Texas in 1862.

He was married to Miss Sarah Augusta Markwardt August 26, 1884, according to Mason County, Texas Marriage Book 1, page 115 and 194. Sarah Augusta Markwardt Gowing was born in 1863 at Fredericksburg, Texas.

A son was born to William Charles Gowing and Sarah Au-gusta Markwardt Gowing May 12, 1885 in Mason County, according to BVS File No. 8405. William Charles Gowing, “constable of Mason County,” was tried in Llano County Court in Case No. 70, styled “W. C. Gowing vs the State of Texas” for “failing to execute process.” He was found guilty and fined $1 and court costs, according to Llano County Court Minute Book A, page 222.

A son was born to William Charles Gowing and Sarah Augusta Markwardt Gowing October 8, 1887 in Mason County, according to BVS File No. 9403. A third son was born to them January 10, 1890 in Mason County, according to BVS File No. 8404.

On June 6, 1893, William Charles Gowing purchased at auction three plots in the city of Mason from the James E. Ranck Estate for $796.50. William Charles Gowing and Sarah Markwardt Gowing received a deed from the estate to Lot 19, Block A; Lot 24, Block A; Lot 28, Block A, according to Mason County Deed Book Q, page 540. This land had been originally deeded to James E. Ranck through the Fisher and Miller Colony.

William Charles Gowing gave a lease to C. C. Smith Octo-ber 22, 1894 to “a house on the north side of the square, west of the saloon” for $26 per month, according to Mason County Deed Book 5, page 439. William Charles Gowing received a warranty deed from Marshall Fulton February 28, 1894 to Lot 7, Block A for $600, according to Mason County Deed Book R, page 302. This plot had also be-longed to the James E. Ranck estate.

He gave a warranty deed to P. C. Baird March 16, 1895 to Lot 28, Block A “at East Street and Ranck Avenue” for $300, according to Mason County Deed Book R, page 368. On September 11, 1895, he gave a warranty deed to the Methodist Episcopal Church, South to two acres of land, Lot 24, Block A for $300, according to Mason County Deed Book T, page 127.

William Charles Gowing gave a warranty deed to C. C. Smith December 7, 1895 to Lot 7, Block A, “a lot on the public square, north side,” according to Mason County Deed Book R, page 409.

It is believed that William Charles Gowing and Sarah Markwardt Gowing were divorced about this time. William Charles Gowing was remarried to Fannie Chap-man Gowing. William Charles Gowing and Fannie Chap-man Gowing “of Brown County, Texas” gave a warranty deed to A. H. Murchison and E. R. Murchison, dba as Mur-chison & Bro. in Menard, Texas, August 7, 1897, according to Menard County Deed Book M, page 132. Fannie Chap-man Gowing had inherited the property “Lots 1, 2, 5 & 6 Block 40, city of Menardville” from Dr. B. D. George, de-ceased.

On August 9, 1897, Fannie Chapman Gowing received a deed from M.D. Trammel to Lot 16, Block 3, Hogan’s Ad-dition, Brownwood, Texas for $500, according to Brown County Deed Book 51, page 135.

William Charles Gowing sued King and Smith for back rent on a saloon building, according to Mason County Court Minute Book 4, page 292 and 314. The court found in favor of the defendant and awarded him $46 back rent and $509 in court costs. He also sued Henry Leifeste April 1, 1898 and recovered $300, according to Mason County Court Minute Book 5, page 575.

In 1898, William Charles Gowing, “cotton buyer,” and Fan-nie Chapman Gowing were living on East Baker Street, Brownwood when their “fifth child” was born, according to Brown County Birth Book 17, page 45. The record indi-cates that this was the fifth child of the mother, but might be in error.

William Charles Gowing received a deed from W. N. Ad-ams February 18, 1899 to a lot in Brownwood’s Hurling Survey for $600, according to Brown County Deed Book 52, page 472. On February 12, 1900 they sold the property to Mrs. S. J. Groom for $50, according to Brown County Deed Book 59, page 284. At the same time they received a piece of property from Mrs. Groom for $50, according to Brown County Deed Book 55, page 205.

William Charles Gowing received a lease from Hill and McGhee December 13, 1900, according to Brown County Lease Book 36, page 393. William Charles Gowing ap-peared in the 1902-03 city directory of Ft. Worth, Texas, as the proprietor of Crown Saloon, 715 Main Street, Ft. Worth, Texas. He resided at 1305 Bessie with seven mem-bers of his family.

William Charles Gowing received a deed from W. N. Ad-ams June 1, 1904 to property in Huling Survey, according to Brown County Deed Book 60, page 30. William Charles Gowing and Fannie Chapman Gowing “of Brown County” gave a deed to B. S. Boysen July 2, 1907 to lots 198 and 201, Huling Survey, according to Brown County Deed Book 101, page 67. The signature of Fannie Chapman Gowing was notarized in Tarrant County, Texas, suggest-ing that she was a resident of Ft. Worth at that time.

In 1907, William Charles Gowing was “rooming at 507 Hemphill” according to the city directory of Ft. Worth. In the 1909-10 edition, William Charles Gowing, Fannie Chapman Gowing and three other members of the family were living at 307 Taylor.

William Charles Gowing received a warranty deed from Alexander Rabyor August 16, 1907 to Lots 3 & 4, Block 5, Field-Welch Addition, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 271, page 129. He sold the property August 29, 1908 to Lee L. Russell for $4,500, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 207, page 29.

In 1911 Fannie Chapman Gowing operated a boarding house at 812 Bois d’Arc Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. William Charles Gowing lived in Bethany, Oklahoma, October 18, 1939.

Sarah A. Markwardt Gowing, “widow of W. C. Gowing,” was listed in the 1909 city directory of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, living at 804 West California. In the 1911 edi-tion, her residence was shown as 604 West California. From 1912 through 1923, she lived at 800 East Fifth street, according to the directory. From 1925 through 1927, she lived at 704 East 9th Street.

Children born to William Charles Gowing and Sarah A. Markwardt Gowing were believed to include:

Glenn Eugene Gowing born May 12, 1885
Archibald Beck Gowing born October 8, 1887
Rodney Charles Gowing born January 10, 1890
William Charles Gowing, Jr. born about 1895

Children born to William Charles Gowing and Fannie Chapman Gowing include:

Fannie Edna Gowing born in 1898

Glen Eugene Gowing, regarded as the first child of William Charles Gowing and Sarah A. Markwardt Gowing, was born in Mason County May 12, 1885, according to BVS File No. 8405. He was listed in the 1907 edition of the city directory of Oklahoma City as night depot agent, Wells Fargo & Company, boarding at 34 East Grand. He contin-ued his employment with Wells Fargo & Company through 1928 in capacities as clerk, cashier, route agent and chief clerk. In the 1928 edition the company was listed as Amer-ican Railway Express Company.

Glenn Eugene Gowing was married November 24, 1910 to Ruth E. McRee, who was born in 1891, according to Okla-homa County Marriage Book 16, page 252. In 1911 Glenn Eugene Gowing and Ruth E. McRee Gowing lived with his mother at 604 W. California, according to the city direct-ory. In 1915 Glenn Eugene Gowing and Ruth E. McRee Gowing lived at 828 West 9th Street, and in 1920 they lived at 818 East 7th. From 1920 through 1930 they lived at 724 East 12th Street, according to the city directory.

Glenn Eugene Gowing, who lived at 2757 NW 18th Street, Oklahoma City, died in 1970 at the age of 75. His obituary stated that “he was survived by his widow, a brother, Arch-ibald Beck Gowing of Ardmore, Oklahoma, a brother, Rod-ney Gowing, and a son Bill Gowing, an insurance adjuster of Lawton, Oklahoma.”

Children born to Glenn Eugene Gowing and Ruth E. Mc-Ree Gowing include:

William “Bill” Gowing born about 1912.

William “Bill” Gowing, son of Glenn Eugene Gowing and Ruth E. McRee Gowing, was born about 1912 in Oklahoma City. In 1970 he was an insurance adjuster at Lawton, Ok-lahoma.

Archilbald Beck Gowing, son of William Charles Gowing and Sarah A. Markwardt Gowing, was born in Mason County October 8, 1887, according to BVS File 9403. In 1909, he and his wife Alta Gowing lived with his mother at 804 West California, Oklahoma City, according to the city directory.

He was listed as a clerk for Wells-Fargo & Company at that time. He continued with this company, like his brother, in various capacities, agent, depot agent and assistant cashier through 1927. From 1920 forward, the name of the com-pany was listed as American Railway Express Company.

In the 1911-12 edition of the directory, they continued to live with his mother at 604 West California. They contin-ued to live with her at 800 East 5th Street until 1922. In 1923, they were shown at 1011½ East 6th Street. in the 1925 through 1927 editions of the Oklahoma City direct-ory, Archibald Beck Gowing was listed as assistant cashier for American Railway Express Company, and he and his wife lived at 711½ 9th Street. In 1971, they lived in Ard-more, Oklahoma.

Rodney Charles Gowing, son of William Charles Gowing and his wife, Sarah A. Markwardt Gowing, was born in Mason County January 10, 1890. In the 1911 and 1912 city directories of Oklahoma City, he was listed as a driver for American Express Company, living with his mother at 604 West California. In 1912, he was listed as a clerk for the company living at 800 East 5th Street with his mother. In 1915, he was listed as a clerk for Wells-Fargo & Com-pany, still living at home.

From 1920 through 1923, he was listed as a clerk for An-derson Clayton & Company, still living at 800 East 5th Street. In 1925, he moved with his mother to 704 East 9th Street. In 1926 he was a bookkeeper with Clay W. Han-cock & Company, continuing to live at 704 East 9th Street, according to the directory. In 1927 and 1928 editions, he was listed as a salesman for Nix Real Estate. In 1927 he lived at his mother’s address and in 1928 he lived at 124 East 11th Street. In 1929 and 1930, he was a clerk for Standard Sales Company and lived at 209 West 2nd.

William Charles Gowing, Jr, son of William Charles Gow-ing and Sarah A. Markwardt Gowing, was born about 1895. In 1920, he lived at 810 West 9th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. On June 27, 1920, he was married to Mrs. Elizabeth “Betty” Sanders at Wheeler, Texas, according to Wheeler County Marriage License 910.

In 1922, William Charles Gowing, Jr. and Elizabeth E. “Betty” Sanders Gowing roomed at 105 East 4th Street, according to the city directory of Oklahoma City. In the editions covering 1923 to 1928, he was listed as a cotton broker. In 1923, they lived at 105 East 4th Street. In 1925, they were listed at 123 East 8th Street. In 1926, they lived at 621 East 6th Street. In 1927, they lived at 805 West Av-enue F, and in 1928, and 1929, they lived at 219 East 6th Street. In 1930, they lived at 514 West 6th Street.

Elizabeth E. “Betty” Sanders Gowing, William Charles Gowing, Jr, et al, were the grantors in a sheriff’s deed to Continental Supply Company on 440 acres of land in Wheeler County, September 15, 1936, according to Wheel-er County Deed Book 92, page 304. They also gave a deed of trust to Republic Insurance Company January 1, 1937, according to Wheeler County Deed Book 22, page 236 and 255. Later they gave a quit claim deed on Lots 16 and 17, Block 8, Shamrock, Texas, according to Wheeler County Deed Book 103, page 352. They were involved in other real estate transactions in 1942, 1943, and 1944, according to Wheeler County Deed Books 105, pages 212, 538, and 563 and Deed Book 109, page 13.

Fannie Edna Gowing, daughter of William Charles Gowing and Fannie Chapman Gowing, was born in 1898 on East Baker Street, Brownwood, Texas, according to Brown County Birth Book 17, page 45. The birth was attested by Nina G. Nelson, Cochise County, Arizona, September 30, 1952 in a delayed birth registration. Mertie B. Johnson, Imperial County, California, also attested to the birth Oc-tober 3, 1952.

He was married April 16, 1891 to Ella Brown, according to Fannin County Marriage Book G, page 327. Christopher Columbus Goin, Ella Brown Goin and others received a deed from J. F. Blodgett to land in Fannin County, accord-ing to Fannin County Deed Book 50, page 315. Chris-topher Columbus Goin was a farmer at Windom in 1893.

“C. C. Goin,” received a deed to 160 acres in Fisher County, Texas, December 20, 1906 from James Henry and K. K. Leggett for $1,870, according to Fisher County Deed Book 20, page 546.

“C. C. Goin and Laura V. Goin of Fisher County” sold the 160 acres to J. F. Mitchell December 4, 1907, according to Fisher County Deed Book 24, page 287. On the same date they sold to Mitchell Lots 19, 20, 21 Block 32, Sylvester, Texas for $550, according to Fisher County Deed Book 23, page 604. Laura V. Goin is suggested as the second wife of Christopher Columbus Goin.

On September 21, 1909 C. C. Goin received a warranty deed from G. W. Jennings to Lots 19, 20, 21, Block 32, Sylvester, Texas for $500, according to Fisher County Deed Book 31, page 110.

Laura Vandaline Goin, possibly Laura V. Goin above, died in Dallas County, Texas July 4, 1954, according to BVS File 32475.

Children born to Christopher Columbus Goin and Ella Brown Goin include:

Elza Vern Goin born March 7, 1893

Elza Vern Goin, first child of Christopher Columbus Goin and Ella Brown Goin, was born at Windom March 7, 1893. He was married to Jessie L. Moore September 18, 1913, according to Fannin County Marriage Book T, page 28.

Elza Vern Goin, Jessie L. Moore Goin and others deeded land to M. T. Parry, according to Fannin County Deed Book 136, page 264. Elza Vern Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin deeded land to W. E. Carder, according to Fannin County Deed Book 139, page 448. They deeded land to Myrtle Mathis, according to Fannin County Deed Book 146, page 579. Elza Vern Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin deeded ad-ditional land to Myrtle Mathis June 13, 1914, according to Fannin County Deed Book 240, page 423.

Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin lived at 2512 Ryan Avenue, Ft. Worth, Texas in 1949 where he was a store manager for Brigham Young Liquors, according to the city directory. They continued to live at 2512 Ryan Avenue in 1951 and 1952. In 1953 and 1954, he, a salesman, lived at 3120 Proctor, Ft. Worth. In 1956 he was listed as a col-lector for Charlie Hillard Finance Company and lived at 3659 Reed, according to the city directory.

On January 17, 1957, Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin received a warranty deed from Don E. Stabough, to Lot 5, Block 4, Teal Place, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3072, page 301.

Elza Verne Goin died July 25, 1958 in Howard County, Tex-as according to the BVS File No. 41503. However his death certificate could not be located in the county clerk’s office in Big Spring, Texas.

Jessie L. Moore Goin gave a warranty deed to the Teal Place property January 15, 1959 to C. W. White, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3283, page 213. In connection with this transaction she gave an affidavit stating “I am the surviving wife of Elza Verne Goin who died July 25, 1958. Only one child, Deloyce M. Goin Baker, wife of Or-ville J. Baker, was born to us.”

In 1959 and 1960 Jessie L. Moore Goin lived at 2000 Terbert Lane, Ft. Worth, according to the city directory. In 1965 and 1968 she was living at 2837 Halbert Street, Ft. Worth.

Jessie L. Moore Goin died May 22, 1968 in Ft. Worth. De-loyce M. Goin Baker Marshall stated to Tarrant County Pro-bate Court that “Jessie L. Moore Goin was married only once and to Elza Verne Goin and that I was the only child born to them,” according to Probate File No. D4582, page 996.

The only child born to Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin was:

Deloyce M. Goin born August 22, 1914.

Deloyce M. Goin, only child of Elza Verne Goin and Jessie L. Moore Goin, was born August 22, 1914, according to Fannin County Birth Book 12, page 897. She was married prior to 1958 to Orville J. Baker. Later Deloyce M. Goin Baker was remarried to Rufus M. Marshall.
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Myrtle L. McGowan died September 24, 1996 according to Guadalupe County death records.

122 Hale Co, Texas

HALE COUNTY, TEXAS

Brenda Ellen Goen was born November 20, 1964, in Hale County, according to BVS files.
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Claude Denzel Goen died July 27, 1935 in Hale County, according to BVS File 33314.
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Karen Goen was born January 13, 1942 in Hale county, according to BVS File 3974. She was married to William O’Daniel Smith September 28, 1962, according to Tarrant County, Texas Marriage Book 130, page 316.
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Oleta Janice Goen was born February 5, 1938 in Hale County, according to BVS File 13834.
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Patsy Evelyn Goen, who was born at Hale Center, Texas, June 27, 1929, lived at Anton, Texas, in 1930. On July 6, 1950, she was married to Arlin Ferrell Jennings, who was born at Throckorton, Texas, February 2, 1026. They were married at Clovis, New Mexico, according to Curry County, New Mexico, Marriage Book 39, page 11751.
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Randy D. Goen (26) married Kristy L. Leech (23) on February 1, 1992 according to Hale County marriage records.
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Wanda Janelle Goen was born in Hale County, June 11, 1940, according to BVS File 46773.
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Glessie Goins died August 30, 1992 according to Hale County death records.
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James Gordon Gowin died March 04, 1988 according to Hale County death records.
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Barbara S. Gowing was born about 1924 of parents unknown. She was married September 2, 1944 in Cotton Center, Texas to Charles E. Benson who was born in Hale County June 25, 1923. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1943 to 1946. He practiced law in Lubbock, Texas from 1957 to 1998. He died there July 5, 2000.

Children born to Charles E. Benson and Barbara S. Gowing Benson include:

John Albert Benson born about 1947
Mike E. Benson born about 1949
Dusty Benson born about 1952
Darla Benson born about 1956

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Jerry William Goyne died February 08, 1992 according to Hale County death records.
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Velma Ailene Goyne died September 30, 1991 according to Hale County death records.
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Gene Guynes was born in Hale County in 1927. He was married in Roswell, New Mexico February 9, 1951 to Frances Petty. In 1943 they lived in Hereford, Texas where he was employed by Hereford Cooperative as an auto electric mechanic.

During the Korean War he served in the U.S. Army. Frances Petty Guynes died in 1988 in Hereford, and he continued living there in retirement. He died in St. Anthony’s Hospital in Amarillo June 2 and was buried in Westpark Cemetery in Hereford.

According to his obituary which appeared in the “Lubbock Avalanche-Journal,” “survivors include a son, Richard Guynes of Altus, Oklahoma; two daughters Gene Ann Guynes of Amarillo and Debra Lea Guynes Hays of Woodward, Oklahoma; two brothers Nova Guynes and James Guynes, both of Stockton, California; three sisters, Clotia Guynes Reed of Plainview, Texas Elleana Guynes Felty of Guymon, Oklahoma and Sylvia Guynes Sutton of Escalon, California and six grandchildren.”

HALL COUNTY, TEXAS

Dorothy Gowan died January 13, 1976 according to Hall County death records.
==O==
George W. Gowan [Cowan?] received a deed from J. M. Fulcher, December 20, 1919, to Lots 22, 23, Block 43 in Estelline, Texas, according to Hall County Deed Book 37, page 465.
==O==
Nannie O. Gowan died May 29, 1973 according to Hall County death records.
==O==
Shirley Kathryn Lorine Goyne, daughter of Herbert Ely Goyne and Janie Geneva Carroll Goyne, was born November 16, 1973, according to Hall County Birth Book 9, page 358. Herbert Ely Goyne, white, employee of OK Rubber company, was born in Oklahoma in 1948. Janie Geneva Carroll Goyne was born in Texas in 1951.

HAMILTON COUNTY, TEXAS

Earl John Goin died February 05, 1984 according to Hamilton County death records.
==O==
Rodney E. Goin (52) married Ruby L. Vanderpool (45) on November 24, 1991 according to Hamilton County marriage records
==O==
Hiram Goines was enumerated in the 1880 census of Hamilton
County, page 343A:

“Goines, Hiram 29, born in AL
Nancy 19, born in AL
Jeff 3, born in TX
Liddie 4/12, born in TX
Goines, ?? 17, born in GA”

Of this family, Gene Blakley, Iredell, Texas wrote, “Their neighbors were the Bonner family, which would put them just east of Fairy. That’s exactly where my George Washington Goyne ended up by 1881, he is listed on the 1880 census in Bosque County, Texas. I know there was a Hiram Goyne, 51, on the 1850 census in Louisiana. I think he might be a brother to John Goyne and George Washington Goyne.”
==O==
R. D. Goins was married to Miss Nora Neal October 6, 1907, according to Hamilton County Marriage Book 4, page 470. Of R. D. Goins and Nora Neal Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Ludie Gowen Moseley died March 15, 1981 in Hamilton County, according to her daughter, Guindolen Ann Moseley Anderson.
==O==
William Gowen, farmer, and his wife Normal Gowen, of Fairy, Texas, were the parents of a son born October 7, 1914 in Hamilton County, at Fairy, Texas according to Hamilton County Birth Book 3, page 107.
==O==
Mae Goyne was married to L. S. Cunningham September 6, 1913, according to Hamilton County Marriage Book 6, page 144. Rev. William A. Agee performed the ceremony.
==O==
W. M. Goyne was married to Lizzie McNeil May 24, 1914, according to Hamilton County Marriage Book 7, page 3. The ceremony was performed by Rev. William A. Agee. Children born to W. M. Goyne and Lizzie McNeil Goyne are unknown.
==O==
Wilma Grace Goyne was born October 12, 1935 in Hamilton County, according to BVS File No. 84334.
==O==
Josie Goyne was married March 27, 1892 to W. C. Blakey, according to Hamilton County Marriage Book 1, page 269.
==O==
Miss Ollie Goyne was married December 15, 1910 to J. E. King, according to Hamilton County Marriage Book 5, page 159.
==O==
Miss Thome Goyne was married March 11, 1901 to R. J. Ogle, according to Hamilton County Marriage Book 4, page 6.

HANSFORD COUNTY, TEXAS
James N. Going, 75 South Avalon Drive, Los Altos, Califor­nia, was a legatee of the J. D. Amend Estate and had a 1% in­terest in an oil producing contract with Midwest Petroleum Company on May 31, 1962, according to Hansford County Deed Book 44, pages 159 and 446.
HARDEMAN COUNTY, TEXAS
Margaret Fay Goen, who was born October 6, 1919 at Chilli­cothe, Texas, was married to J. W. Garner, March 31, 1946, according to Floyd County, Texas, marriage records. She was remarried at Clovis, New Mexico to Willie N. Crompton who was born November 18, 1910, at Seymour, Texas, according to Curry County Marriage Book 34, page 8341. The couple lived at 404 East Houston Street, Floydada, Texas.
==O==
Bobby Charles Goins, who was born July 27, 1935, was mar­ried December 16, 1969 to Mrs. Betty Ann Hopkins, who was born May 30, 1941, according to Hardeman County, Texas, Marriage Book 10, page 216. Bobby Charles Goins and Betty Ann Hopkins Goins received an assumption deed from Jackie Lee Burk to Lot 10, Block 10, West Vernon Heights, Vernon, Texas, according to Wilbarger County, Texas, Deed Book 270, page 315.
==O==
Lee Roy Goins, son of John H. Goins, was born at Quannah, Texas July 15, 1887. John H. Goins wasa born February 14, 1854, place and parents unknown.

HARDIN COUNTY, TEXAS
Angela Darlene Goins was born in Hardin County March 3, 1964, according to BVS File 42142.
==O==
Bob Goins was a resident of Silsbee, Texas in 1972, according to the telephone directory.
==O==
Bonnie Gay Goins was born in Hardin County January 9, 1951, according to BVS File 6089.
==O==
Bradford Goins was born in Hardin County September 6, 1961, according to BVS File 18539.

Bryan Goins, perhaps a twin, was also born September 6, 1961, according to BVS File 163201.
==O==
Charlotte Irene Goins was born in Hardin County December 16, 1951, according to BVS File 201819.
==O==
Deborah Kay Goins was born in Hardin County May 11, 1955, according to BVS File 77590.
==O==
Donny R. Goins (18) married Brenda J. Beeson (18) on October 8, 1971 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
Escar Samuel Goins died January 07, 1966 according to Hardin County death records.
==O==
Elton R. Goins Jr. (21) married Mary P. Stepnik (21) on June 24, 1979 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
Ferris Gene Goins and Farrell Dean Goins were born July 29, 1961 in Hardin County, according to BVS Files 140175 and 140177.
==O==
H. J. Goins, Jr. died January 1, 1930 in Hardin County, ac­cording to BVS File 2810.
==O==
Jackie Lee Goins was born in Hardin County October 24, 1962, according to BVS File 208397.
==O==
James Edward Goins was born March 30, 1952 in Hardin County, according to BVS File 39231.
==O==
James Henry Goins was born October 10, 1962, according to BVS File 186305.
==O==
Jerry Don Goins, Jr. was born in Hardin County January 24, 1961, according to BVS File 207622. He was married to Rhenda G. Burlin (18) on September 10, 1984 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
Jimmie Lee Goins was born in Hardin County March 18, 1950, according to BVS File 35206.
==O==
Joe Evlyn Goins was born October 4, 1939 in Hardin County, according to BVS File 88714.
==O==
Joey Lynn Goins was born December 5, 1961 in Hardin County, according to BVS File 243127. He married Georgia L. Arinder (20) on August 15, 1984 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
Kenneth K. Goins (43) married Sherri L. Plunk (20) on March 22, 1979 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
Kenneth Keith Goins, Jr. was born March 14, 1958 in Hardin County, according to BVS File 44251. “Kenneth K. Goins” was a resident of Silsbee in 1972, according to the telephone direc­tory. He married Glenda F. Tate (20) on March 22, 1979 according to Hardin County marriage records. Kenneth K. Goins Jr. (27) married Kathy M. Jones (33) on July 5, 1985, according to Marriage Book 100.
==O==
Kay Lynn Goins was born in Hardin County November 24. 1963. according to BVS File 201953.
==O==
Lila Lee Goins died April 29, 1992 according to Hardin County death records.
==O==
Linda Dynelle Goins was born in Hardin County October 12. 1949, according to BVS File 149408.
==O==
Odem B. Goins (39) married Shirley J. Garriott (32) on November 1, 1982 according to Hardin County marriage records. He remarried Cecilia F. Wagner (45) on February 22, 1992 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
Paula Kay Goins was born September 1. 1963 in Hardin County, according to BVS File 158086.
==O==
Phyllis Annette Goins was born in Hardin County April 3, 1960, according to BVS File 81806.
==O==
Phyllis Rene Goins was born in Hardin County November 7, 1958, according to BVS File 207250.
==O==
R. E. Goins was a resident of Silsbee in 1972, according to the telephone directory.
==O==
Richard Derwood Goins died September 26, 1993 according to Hardin County death records.
==O==
Ricky Gene Goins was born in Hardin County February 8, 1956, according to BVS File 25806. He Married Debra A. Ferguson (16) on June 6, 1975 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==

Sophine Goins died June 01, 1970 according to Hardin County death records.
==O==
Stella Goins died September 17, 1980 according to Hardin County death records.
==O==
T. J. Goins was a resident of Silsbee in 1972, according to the telephone directory.
==O==
Thomas Glendon Goins (29) married Jackie Pauline Terrell (24) on February 9, 1966 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
Thomas Edgar Goins died May 04, 1979 according to Hardin County
==O==
Tommy J. Goins (49) married Katherine Martinez (58) on July 13, 1985 according to Marriage Book 100.
==O==
Tommy Joe Goins died May 06, 1995 according to Hardin County death records.
==O==
Vivian Goins was a resident of Silsbee in 1972, according to the telephone directory.
==O==
William Henry Goins was born in Hardin County September 18, 1924, according to BVS File 615001.
==O==
William K. Goins (20) married Debora L. Humble (20) on December 13, 1975 according to Hardin County marriage records.
==O==
William Ira Goins was born in Hardin County November 16, 1942, according to BVS File 116912.
==O==
Eloise Goen was born June 4, 1922 in Hardin County, ac­cording to BVS File 32863.
==O==
Jeanne Ann Goen and Jimmy
==O==
Robert R. Gowen (52) married Barbara A. Hampton (45) on February 1, 1985 according to Marriage Book 100.
==O==
Albert Lee Guynes died December 24, 1984 according to Hardin County death records.

HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS

James M. Goans died April 25, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
==O==

Billie M. Goen died October 26, 1983 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Coleman W. Goen died July 19, 1972 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Don Goen, twins, were born Au­gust 2, 1958 in Harris County, according to BVS Files 141728 and 141729.
==O==
Hattie Emelia Goen died December 24, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
James Franklin Goen died October 09, 1992 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
June Alden Goen was born March 9, 1927 in Harris County, according to BVS File 18348. A June A. Goen, student at Uni­versity of Texas, lived at 2711 Nueces in 1947, according to the Austin, Texas, city directory.
==O==
Nadeen Joe Goen died April 29, 1991 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Shirley Denice Goen was born April 27, 1953 in Harris County, according to BVS File 61900.
==O==
W. L. Goen died May 12, 1998 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
William Glenn Goen was born December 25, 1951, in Harris County, according to BVS File 215088. He married Jeanette M. Kelley (21) on March 21, 1975 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
William Glenn Goen Sr. died February 02, 1996 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Joseph Baxter Goens was born in Harris County March 9, 1956, according to BVS File 65630.
==O==
Judy Moore Goens was born in Harris County May 30, 1961, according to BVS File 82387.
==O==
Kathleen Danette Goens was born April 26, 1959 in Harris County, according to BVS File 65474.
==O==
Leslie Jane Goens was born November 12, 1953 in Harris County, according to BVS File 198659.
==O==
Ramona Charlene Goens was born in Harris County August 5, 1957, according to BVS File 146400.
==O==
Karen Lynet Goene was born October 12, 1961 in Harris County, according to BVS File 186846.
==O==
Angela Ethel Goin was born march 14, 1963 in Harris County according to BVS File 44021.
==O==
Dave Goens died in Harris County May 1, 1947, according to BVS files.
==O==
Floy Laverne Goens died July 18, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Houston Goens died March 2, 1924 in Harris County, accord­ing to File 9143.
==O==
Leah Goens, a negress, lived at 2603 Shiloh, Houston, according to the 1912 city directory of Houston.
==O==
Nena Ruth Goens died September 15, 1957 in Harris County, according to File 49637.
==O==
Ray Winston Goens and his wife, Loren Goens, received a deed from Hide-A-Way Lake, Inc. to Lot 557 December 11, 1968, according to Smith County, Texas, Deed Book 1285, page 314. They were residents of Harris County at that time.

Ray Winston Goens, Jr, 9402 Cranleigh, Houston, was a first year theology student at Southern Methodist University at Dallas, Texas, in 1970.
==O==
Rena Bradshaw Goens died March 15, 1987 accordint to Harris County death records.
==O==
Carolyn Jean Goin was born in Harris County January 27, 1953, according to BVS File 7923.
==O==
Eleanor Ann Goin was born in Harris County April 8, 1949, ac­cording to BVS File 49353. She was married to Jack Royce Christenson August 6, 1971, according to Tarrant County, Texas, Marriage Book 159, page 74.
==O==
Frances Ann Goin was born June 1, 1947 in Harris County, ac­cording to BVS File 72565.
==O==
Larry G. Goin (26) married Jennifer L. Powell (23) on June 1, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Lyman E. Goin (20) married Ladonna L. Johnson (17) married August 28, 1970 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Rowland Eugene “Gene” Goin was born about 1930 of parents wunknown. He was married about 1947, wife’s name Lois. He died September 18, 1996 and was buried in Woodlawn Garden of Memories, according to his obituary in the “Houston Chronicle” of September 19, 1996.

According to the newspaper, his survivors were “daughter and son-in-law, Sandy and Ray Murphy of Bryan; son and daugh­ter-in-law, Buddy and Marty Goin of Houston. Additionally he is survived by brothers and sisters and their spouses: Earl and Lois Goin of Highlands, CA; Lois and Robert Byrd of In­gram, TX; Harriet and Jerry Martine of Green Valley, AZ; Lloyd and Pat Goin of Phoenix, AZ and Elaine Fletcher of Garden Grove, CA. Services were held at Spring Branch Church of the Nazarene.
==O==
Roy A. Goin (35) married Charylene Muennink (31) on December 6, 1975 according to Harris County marriage records.

Walter Hugh Goin III was born October 10, 1947 in Harris County, according to BVS File 130821.
==O==
Wade C. Goin and Oleta C. Goin of Harris County gave a deed to C. C. Leatherwood to Lot 5, Block 2, Westgate Addition of Beaumont, Texas, on April 26, 1962, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1300, page 519.
==O==
Don R. Goines Jr. (20) married Tanna G. Dean (18) on June 26, 1982 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Eloise Toliver Goines, “feme sole of Harris County, one of the heirs-at-law of Henry P. Cunningham,” gave a deed to Morris McCutcheon July 27, 1962 to Lot 7, block 1, Manor, Texas, according to Travis County, Texas, Deed Book 2500, page 417.
==O==
Jack B. Goines Jr. (20) married Michelle L. Butchee (18) on May 4, 1985, according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
James Allen Goines, Jr. was born July 3, 1965 in Harris County, according to BVS File 104953.
==O==
Jerry L. Goines (26) on Monica S. Jackson (20) on May 18, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Kenneth W. Goines (37) married Gina L. Spurlock (24) on September 14, 1985 according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
Oscar I. Goines, a carpenter, lived at the Victoria Ashworth residence, according to the 1910-11 city directory. Miss Ad­die M. Goines, an operator at Oriental Textile Mills, also lived at the Victoria Ashworth residence, according to the 1910-11 city directory.
==O==
Roy D. Goines (20) married Rhonda L. Rankin (19) on July 20, 1985, according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
Charles E. Going died February 5, 1976 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Clarence Johnston Going died December 11, 1965 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Daisy M. Going died January 10, 1971 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
David R. Going (23) married Tanya K. Wallis (22) on February 8, 1985, according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
Dorothy Going died July 30, 1994 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Edward Jackson Going, a salesman for Mistrot-Munn Dry Goods Company, and his wife, Mae C. Going, lived at 314 LaBranch Street, with their three children, according to the 1910-11 city directory of Houston. In the 1911-12 edition, Ed­ward Going was a partner in Wiggins & Going, “tailoring and gent’s furnishings.” The business was located at 212 West 23rd Street, Houston Heights, and his residence was at 1803 Polk Avenue. Again three children were listed in the house­hold. In the 1915 edition, Edward J. Going was a salesman for Ed Kiam Clothing Store located at 613 White Oak Avenue.

Children born to Edward Jackson Going and Mae C. Going in­clude:

Edward Jackson Going, Jr. born February 22, 1928.

Edward Jackson Going, Jr. only known child of Edward Jack­son Going and Mae E. Going, was born February 22, 1928 in Harris County, according to BVS File No. 11946.
==O==
George Earl Going, white, was born at Houston January 17, 1932, of parents unknown. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Jan­uary 6, 1955 at Houston and served in Korea. He was dis­charged January 6, 1955, according to Jefferson County Dis­charge Book 59, page 355. (Question: both 1955?) He showed his address as Box 1114, Nome, Texas, at that time.

He was married in 1957 to Ovelia Ann Jannise, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 98, page 15. In 1959, he was married a second time to Dealva Lavern Cole, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 104, page 308.

In 1964 George Earl Going had reenlisted in the U.S. Army and showed his address as Sour Lake, Texas.

Ovelia Ann Jannise Going was a resident of China, Texas, in 1960. On January 19, 1960, she gave birth to Helen Irene Go­ing, an illegitimate child, whose father was unknown, accord­ing to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 123758.

Children born to George Earl Going and Dealva Lavern Going include:

Tracey Darlene Going born September 23, 1964

Tracey Darlene Going, daughter of George Earl Going and Dealva Lavern Cole Going, was born September 23, 1964, at Beaumont, Texas, according to Jefferson County Birth records. Her parents were residents of Sour Lake, Texas, at that time.
==O==
Grace Margaret Going died November 6, 1994 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Helen N. Going died May 17, 1963 in Harris County, accord­ing to BVS File 31556.
==O==
Henry Ogden Going died September 22, 1966 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Hilton Aaron Going was born December 10, 1964 in Harris County, according to BVS File 220977.

Hilton Aaron Going died February 17, 1964 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Hilton E. Going Jr. (20) married Deborah L. Chandler (22) on March 27, 1975 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Justin Leonard Going died February 18, 1983 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Mack Going, negro laborer, boarded at 1600 Sherman Avenue according to the 1915 Houston city directory.
==O==
Magnolia Going, negress, lived at 1517 Buckner, rear, accord­ing to the 1907 city directory of Houston.
==O==
Pamela Kay Going was born in Harris County March 30, 1955, according to BVS File 68331.
==O==
Ronald Fay Going (21) married Theresa Eileen Sparkman (18) on August 1, 1966 according to Harris County marriage records.

Ronald F. Going (26) was remarried to Cathleen Snow (20) on February16, 1972 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Samuel J. Going, an employee of National biscuit Company, roomed at 1703 Milam, according to the 1907 city directory of Houston. In the 1910-11 edition, he was listed as treasurer of Charles B. Moling company which dealt in land, investments and loans. Samuel J. Going boarded at 12 N.E. Ennis at that time.
==O==
Taina Darlene Going was born in Harris County April 12, 1958, according to BVS File 81899.
==O==
Victoria Ann Going died September 1, 1965 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Walter Florus Going died December 23 1988, according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Walter G. Going died January 14, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
==O==

Walter S. Going Jr. died December 31 1971 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Walter S. Going III (23) married Mary L. Carter (21) on July 22, 1972 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
William D. Going (31) married Stacey Kratky (25) on September 6, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
A. I. Goings, a negro bellboy at the Rice Hotel, lived at 412 San Felipe, according to the 1910-11 city directory of Hous­ton.
==O==
Bryan E. Goings (19) married Deborah L. Franz (18) on April 13, 1974 accordint to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Cecil L. Goings (37) married Virginia R. Austin (26) on November 16, 1974 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Charles Goings, a negro washer operator at Excelsior Steam Laundry, “boards with Maria Tucker” read the 1880-81 city directory of Houston. In the 1887-88 edition, he was listed as a laborer living at 54 Fletcher “between Waverly and Pinkney.” In the 1890-91 edition he was still “boarding with Maria Tucker.” In the 1892-93 edition, Charles Goings, a washer at Excelsior Steam Laundry, boarded with Maria Tucker at 402 Walker Avenue “at the corner of Walker and Bagby.”
==O==
Charles R. Goings (28) married Karen I. Brumfield (21) on December 16, 1975 according to Harris County marriage records.

Charles Richard Goings died June 1, 1997 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Christina Goings died November 22, 1988 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Christopher Duane Goings died July 13, 1984 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Cynthia Ann Goings died January 7, 1953 in Harris County, according to BVS File 8670.
==O==
Cynthia Anne Goings was born in Harris County December 30, 1952, according to BVS File 212171.

==O==
Daniel Goings, a negro laborer for John Finnigan Company, lived at 5 Arch Street, “the south side of Arch between Spruce and Pine Streets,” according to the 1880 city directory of Houston. He maintained the same address and employment through 1893, according to the city directory.
==O==
Divina E. Goings died October 3, 1986 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
E.C. Goings died February 17, 1986 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Eldon Maxim Goings died July 13, 1993 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Geoffrey Gaylord Goings was born in Harris County February 1, 1961, according to BVS File 26070.
==O==
George Goings died January 7, 1993 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
George Mike Goings was born September 30, 1950 in Harris County, according to BVS 113171. He was married to Jacquelyn D. Bassett (19) on April 22, 1971 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
George Walden Goings died January 28, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Georgia M. Goings died August 21, 1992 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Ida Goings, a negro servant employed by Dr. G. W. Larendon, lived in his residence, according to the 1907 city directory of Houston. She was listed in the 1910-11 edition living at 908 1/2 Live Oak Street with two children. In the 1912 edition, she, a laundress, lived at 903 St. Charles with two children.
==O==
James Goings, a waiter at the home of H.S. Fox, president of the Houston National Exchange Bank, was listed in the 1910-11 edition of the Houston city directory. He lived at the Fox home.
==O==
James Olvy Goings died October 23, 1998 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
James Paul Goings was born August 23, 1965 in Harris County, according to BVS File 124791.
==O==
John D. Goings, a negro cook, roomed at 613 Saulnier, ac­cording to the 1910-11 city directory of Houston. In the 1911-12 edition, he was listed asa waiter at the Waverly Inn. He continued to live at 613 Saulnier. In the 1912 edition, he was listed as a waiter rooming at 319 San Felipe with children.
==O==
Larry Howard Goings died February 26, 1998 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Linton F. Goings died April 7, 1976 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Maxie O’neal Goings died September 24, 1997 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Michael C. Goings (22) married Deborah Myers (19) on November 15, 1974 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Mike G. Goings died November 23 1981, according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Ora L. Goings died August 13, 1975 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Rhoda Goings, negro ironer at the Houston Steam Laundry, lived “on the east side of the first street east of Summers,” ac­cording to the 1890-91 city directory of Houston.
==O==
Rickie E. Goings died April 17, 1977 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Ronnie Wayne Goings was born May 3, 1955 in Harris County, according to BVS File 77769. He married Jane Hale (23) on February 24, 1979 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Ruby W. Goings died April 3, 1976 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Samuel Earl Goings was born in Harris County May 6, 1942, according to BVS File 46234.
==O==
Sherrian Goings died January 13, 1997 according to Harris county death records.
==O==
Terrie Jean Goings was born in Harris County April 22, 1961, according to BVS File 64047.
==O==
Thomas Gerald Goings was born in Harris County June 3, 1964, according to BVS File 95489. He married Marbella Chavez (25) on August 6, 1992 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Timothy O. Goings (27) married Jeannie S. Conger (27) on July 29, 1982 according to Harris County marriage records.

Addean Goins died March 21, 1995 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Addie Goins died April 03, 1972 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Agee Goins died January 18, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Agee L. Goins died September 22, 1977 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Alma Goins died March 29, 1971 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Alyce Shields Goins died January 26, 1993 in Harris County and was buried in Earthman Resthaven Cemetery, accord­ing to the January 28, 1993 edition of the “Houston Post.” She was a devotee of the game of bridge and was a long­standing mem­ber of the American Contract Bridge League.

She was survived by her husband Jerry L. Goins and two chil­dren, Nancy L. Goins Sanders and Jerry L. Goins, Jr. and his wife, Doris R. Goins. Grandchildren included Natalie Rayne Sanders, John Michael Goins and Diana Patricia Goins. She was survived by two brothers, Hoyle A. Shields, Jr. and W. L. Shields, both of Shreveport. A sister, Margaret Shields Tom­linson lived in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
==O==
Alyce Virginia Goins died January 26, 1993 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Ann A. Goins died December 04, 1971 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Anna Cleboski Goins died February 04, 1987 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Annie Goins was listed as a cook residing at 609 Robin in the 1917 Houston city directory.
==O==
Anthony G. Goins (21) married Beth E. Flanagin (21) on January 15, 1972 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Belinda Kay Goins died May 08, 1988 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Billie C. Goins died January 25, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Billy Ray Goins died December 27, 1994 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Birdie Goins died February 03, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Carl Wesley Goins died August 11, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Catherine Teresa Goins died December 30, 1984 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Frazier William Wallace and Charity Goins Wallace were the parents of Nina Wallace, born August 10, 1902 in Harris County, Texas, according to Joyce Wafford. When Nina Wallace applied for a marriage certificate, her name was recorded as “Mina Wallace.”
==O==
Carl W. Goins (30) married Rebecca J. Williamson (20) on March 22, 1975 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Charles B. Goins died December 26, 1951 in Harris County, according to BVS File 62849.
==O==
Charles R. Goins (23) married Karole S. Sullivan [21] on April 23, 1971 according to Harris County marriage records.

==O==
Charlie Goins, Jr. was born in Harris County April 13, 1948, according to BVS File 45063.
==O==
Clara Goins was listed as a cook employed by Frank Davis residing in Houston in the 1917 Houston city directory.
==O==
Clifford Eugene Goins died October 03, 1984 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Christopher John Goins was born January 14, 1960 in Harris County, according to BVS File 7607.
==O==
Coy R. Goins (16) married Vera A. Woods (16) on June 12, 19, 1972 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Craig D. Goins (24) married Shelley Y. Walter (29) married January 21, 1984 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Dan C. Goins (42) married Lona Greer (48) on January 19, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Dennis Jerome Goins was born in Harris County August 18, 1965, according to BVS File 12453.
==O==
Denise Goins died June 09, 1994 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Donald Louis Goins died November 18, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Edward Joseph Goins was born February 03, 1960, according to BVS File 25014.
==O==
Effie Goins, negress, lived at 1115 Hemphill, rear, according to the 1903-04 Houston city directory. She was listed as Effie Goings in the 1907 edition living at 2604 Mills.
==O==
Ellen H. Goins died September 12, 1979 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Essie Goins Allen died November 07, 1968 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Ethel Mae Goins died October 29, 1985 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Eva Mae Goins died February 03, 1959 in Harris County, ac­cording to BVS File 8703.
==O==
Frances Ann Goins was born July 23, 1935 in Harris County, according to BVS File No. 55516.
==O==
Frank J. Goins died September 29, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Gussie Goins died March 27, 1953 in Harris County, accord­ing to BVS File No. 14023.
==O==
H. P. Goins died December 05, 1972 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Harry Goins died February 15, 1985 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Ignacio S. Goins died May 06, 1984 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
James Darryl Goins was born April 22, 1960, in Harris County, according to BVS File 64044.
==O==
Janice Elaine Goins was born January 24, 1961, according to BVS File 7863, in Harris County.
==O==
Rev. Jefferson E. Goins, negro presiding elder of AME Church, lived at 1817 Maple Avenue, according to the 1902-03 Houston directory. His household consisted of two people.
==O==
Jerald L. Goins died October 05, 1974 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Jerry L. Goins (25) married Betty J. Young (31) on February 19, 1978 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Jessie Rayborn Goins was born July 27, 1945, according to BVS File 77554.
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Jimmie A. Goins (21) married Sandra D. Herderson (19) on February 21, 1982 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
John Goins, negro porter for Frank Davis, was listed in the 1915 city directory of Houston. He was listed as a waiter employed by Frank Davis in the 1917 Houston city directory.
==O==
John D. Goins died November 27, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
John Edmond Goins (33) married Lyndell Orene Williamson (39) on March 18, 1968 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
John Mark Goins was born September 23, 1964 in Harris County, according to BVS File 156772.
==O==
John Thomas Goins died October 25, 1998 according to Harris County death records
==O==
Jolie Yvette Goins was born in Harris County January 5, 1961, according to BVS File 7918.
==O==
Joseph Edward Goins was born in Harris County June 27, 1950, according to BVS File 103993.
==O==
Joseph L. Goins Jr. (26)married Jean A. Faour (18) on September 20, 1974 according to Harris County marriage records. He was remarried to Theresa L. Benge (24) on December 22, 1992 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Judith Ann Goins was born January 11, 1948, in Harris County, according to BVS File 178384.
==O==
Julia Goins, negress, lived at 1303 Houston Avenue, according to the 1903-04 city directory of Houston. In the 1905-06 edi­tion, she was listed as 1221 Johnson.
==O==
Katherine Goins died August 13, 1991 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Kelly Bouvier Goins was born in Harris County October 25, 1964, according to BVS File 178384.
==O==
Kitty Goins died October 31, 1957 in Harris County, accord­ing to BVS File 5554.
==O==
Larry Michael Goins died December 25, 1992 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Laura Goins died April 1, 1935 in Harris County, according to BVS File 18794.
==O==
Laura Gail Goins was born in Harris County March 27, 1960, according to BVS File 44812.
==O==
Lawrence Paul Goins was born in Harris County July 5, 19512, according to BVS File 103654.
==O==
Lee Goins, negro, lived at 2014 McKinney Avenue, according to the 1915 Houston city directory.
==O==
Leona Goins died May 28, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Leora Goins died April 22, 1993 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Linda Lee Goins was born in Harris County November 3, 1940, according to BVS File 97573.
==O==
Louis Clinton Goins died July 02, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Louis S. Goins Jr. (26) married Pamela J. Griffey (30) on March 22, 1985, according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
Loyce Goins Ladner died December 16, 1982 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Lucy Goins, presser for Ineeda Laundry and Dye Works, was listed in the 1911-12 city directory of Houston living at 1614 Travis.
==O==
Lula Goins died June 30, 1933 in Harris County, according to BVS File 28200.
==O==
Lula Bell Goins died July 02, 1987 according to Harris County death records.
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Mariana Goins was born August 4, 1963 in Harris County, ac­cording to BVS File 136887.
==O==
Mary Alice Leonette Goins was born in Harris County June 16, 1916, according to BVS File 14451.
==O==
Maxine Mae Goins died April 11, 1985 according to Harris County death records.
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Michael Goins, a free-lance writer, assisted in an Amarillo fiction writers’ workshop, according to an article in the “Amarillo New-Globe” of May 28, 2000. He was the winner of the 1999 Panhandle Professional Writers short story competition. His fiction also won top honors in the 1999 Bay Area’s Writers Conference. A member of the Austin Writers League, Associated Writing Programs, the Houston Council of Writers and Mensa, Goins also wrote a weekly column for a Fort Bend newspaper.
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Michael Eugene Goins was born in Harris County February 27, 1950, according to BVS File 20530. He married Mary M. Staudt (23) on June 8, 1974 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Michael J. Goins (24) married Linda J. Sherwood on September 7, 1985, according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
Michael R. Goins (17) married Sylvia A. Kristoff (18) on July 26, 1974 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Monroe Goins died December 11, 1932 In Harris County, ac­cording to BVS File 52408.
==O==
Nicole Goins was born in Harris County September 29, 1944, according to BVS File 109106.
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Olla Goins died January 31, 1974 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Pamela Sue Goins was born December 17, 1957, according to Harris County BVS File 236286.
==O==
Paul Goins died November 21, 1970 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Paul Goins and Pauline Goins, twins, were born June 16, 1956, according to BVS Files 100479 and 100480.
==O==
Paul Goins died January 19, 1968 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Peter J. Goins died March 11, 1984 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Phoebe Battle Goins died October 12, 1988 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Reginald Lloyd Goins was born May 14, 1960 in Harris County, according to BVS File 64136.
==O==
Richard Greg Goins was born January 3, 1958, in Harris County, according to BVS File 7731.
==O==
Richard G. Goins (27) married Dana D. Ramsey (26) on August 17, 1985 according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
Richard Taylor Goins (20) married Georgia K. Hadsell (17) on May 3, 1966 according to Harris County marriage records.

Richard T. Goins (39) was remarried to Cheryl D. Garret (28) on October 20, 1984 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Robert J. Goins (27) married Gwendolyn M. Price (20) on December 6, 1985 according to Marriage Book 101.
==O==
Ronald B. Goins (31) married Virginia L. Ramsey (30) on June 9, 1979 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Rose Mildred Goins died April 20, 1995 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Roy Goins died October 02, 1982 according to Harris County death records.
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Sam Goins died June 15, 1953 in Harris County, according to BVS File 30808.
==O==
Sam Goins Jr. died October 16, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Sam Solomon Goins died November 11, 1995 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Sherman L. Goins (22) married Wanda J. Behn (21) on June 24, 1972 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Silas Goins died October 30, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Stelle Goins died January 18, 1975 according to Harris County death records.
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Sylvia Goins, negress, boarded at 1818 Arch Street, according to the 1915 Houston city directory. She was listed as a waitress employed by Frank Davis residing at 1814 Arch in the 1917 Houston city directory.

“Sylvia Goinies” and her daughter, Rodie Washington, both of Harris County, gave power of attorney to W. D. Scott to sue Henry A. Hittner’s Sons Company of Port Arthur, Texas, on March 24, 1917, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 164, page 507. The suit was for “amount due Sylvia Goinies on the death of Mat Ford, son of Sylvia Goinies.” Mat Ford was an employee of Henry A. Hittner’s Sons company and was ap­parently killed on the job February 23, 1917.

“Sylvia Goings” died June 9, 1920 in Harris County, according to BVS File 19894.
==O==
T. J. Goins was the father of an infant which died December 1, 1959 in Harris County, according to BVS File 89452..
==O==
Terry Lynn Goins was born April 10, 1964 in Harris County, according to BVS File 60813.
==O==
Thaddius C. Goins III was born September 12, 1963 in Harris County, according to BVS File 158967.
==O==
Thallonius Curtis Goins was born in Harris County November 10, 1964, according to BVS File 190577.
==O==
Thermon Goins (39) married Ruby J. Betters (27) on August 31, 1978 according to Harris County marriage records.
Thomas Goins, Jr. was born in Harris County September 4, 1928, according to BVS File No. 73089.
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Timothy J. Goins (25) married Dalia M. Garza (19) on October 20, 1979 according Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Tom S. Goins died December 31, 1977 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Veronica Goins was born in Harris County November 21, 1964, according to BVS File 209501.
==O==
Wade Collin Goin died December 01, 1983 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
Wayne B. Goins (23) married Leola D. Parker (20) on Junw 2, 1972 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
William Goins died August 04, 1973 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
William B. Goins (24) married Patricia L. Richards (24) on February 23, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
William Curtis Goins died March 01, 1964 according to Harris County death records.
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William Earl Goins was born July 4, 1965 in Harris County, according to BVS File 104951.
==O==
William Earl Goins died July 27, 1965 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
William F. Goins died May 18, 1975 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
William Hay Goins, Jr. was born October 18, 1958 in Harris County, according to BVS File 186056.
==O==
William Ira Goins died October 13, 1998 according to Harris County death records.
==O==
William M. Goins was listed as a painter employed by Ford Motor Co, residing at 3710 Texas Avenue in the 1917 Houston city directory.
==O==
William Michael Goins was born in Harris County June 2, 1949, according to BVS File 102033. He married Rebecca Waldt (38) on March 6, 1992 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
William Ray Goins was born December 5, 1937 in Harris County, according to BVS File 9148.
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Yolanda Goins died August 22, 1995 according to Harris County death records.
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Yolanda Renee Goins was born January 7, 1957 in Harris County, according to BVS File 8067.
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Ann I. Gowan was born in Houston July 11, 1935 of parents unknown. She applied for a license January 6, 1957, to marry Raymond R. Malott who was born in Detroit, Michigan April 11, 1937, according to Curry County, New Mexico Marriage Book 65, page 28411. The couple lived at 2213 18th Street af­ter their marriage.
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Ann Rankin Gowan died July 18, 1993 according to Dallas County death records.
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Cara Kathryn Gowan was born in Harris County March 6, 1962, according to BVS File 64422.
==O==
Cara Kathryn Gowan died September 17, 1969 in Harris County, according to Harris County death records.
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Catherine Diann Gowan was born in Harris County May 11, 1958, according to BVS File 80533.
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Clinton Odell Gowan Sr. died June 5, 1989 in Harris County according to Harris County death records.
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Cynthia Kay Gowan was born in Harris County December 21, 1958, according to BVS File 229414.
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Deborah Ann Gowan was born in Harris County January 24, 1954, according to BVS File 7487.
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Doris Jean Gowan died November 22, 1985 in Harris County according to Harris County death records.
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Mrs. Jane Gowan lived at 6002 Clover Ridge Road, according to the 1972 Houston city directory.
==O==
John Edward Gowan was born in Harris County June 26, 1928, according to BVS File 43615 and 44072.
==O==
John R. Gowan, a student, who was employed by Underwood Newhaus & Company, lived at 35 Lana Lane in Houston in 1972.
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John S. Gowan, employed by Houston Sash and Door Com­pany, lived at 7319 Fauna in 1972.
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Laura Gowan died May 11, 1965 in Harris County, according to Harris County death records.
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Leslie Ann Gowan was born in Harris County December 17, 1959, according to BVS File 231804.
==O==

Mrs. Maria Gowan died October 12, 1926 in Harris County, according to BVS File 35152.
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Martha Jane Gowan was born in Harris County February 18, 1946, according to BVS File 17398.
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Mitchell Slayden Gowan was born in Harris County, Decem­ber 1, 1964, according to BVS File No. 218974.
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Mitzi Michelle Gowan was born in Harris County May 24, 1963, according to BVS File 79856.
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Nanette Marie Gowan was born in Harris County November 29, 1957, according to BVS File 214220.
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Nell Gowan was a cashier for Chef Restaurant in Houston in 1972.
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Peggy L. Gowan lived at 803 Greenpark, Houston, in March 1972.
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Richard Ester Gowan died February 5, 1966 in Harris County, according to Harris County death records.
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Rosemary Gowan Guglielmo died December 09, 1979 according to Harris County death records.
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Sherri Marie Gowan was born July 13, 1956 in Harris County, according to BVS File 36731.
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Thomas A. Gowan Jr. died April 3, 1972 in Harris County according to Harris County death records.
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Tracy Lea Gowan was born in Harris County September 3, 1959, according to BVS File 261672.
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Clara Mary Goyen died September 25, 1958 in Harris County, according to BVS File 51377.
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Virginia Ann Gowan was born June 25, 1940 in Harris County, according to BVS File 47345. Virginia Ann Gowan died November 22, 1941 in Harris County, according to BVS File 50604.
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Alan R. Gowans lived at 145714 Rill, Houston, according to the 1972 telephone directory.
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Anthony G. Gowans (23) married Jacqueline C. Wooten (23) on June 29, 1985 according to Marriage Book 101.
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Clarence E. Gowen and his wife, Venita Gowen, received a general warranty deed from Texas State Land Association, Inc. July 27, 1966 to Lot 11, Block 5, Lake Chateau Addition, Montgomery County, Texas, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 621, page 763. They were residents of Harris County. On August 24, 1972, Clarence E. Gowen re­ceived a general warranty deed to some lots in Cape Conroe Addition, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 784, page 458.
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Clarence E. Gowen died June 15, 1983 according to Harris County death records.
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Eddie James Gowen was born September 25, 1950 in Harris County, according to BVS File 133166.
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Eddie J Gowen married Rhonda McAteer on February 15, 1985, according to Marriage Book 101.

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Edward Louis Gowen was born April 24, 1954 in Harris County, according to BVS File 60701.
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“G. A. Gowen,” 3228 Berkley, Houston, was listed in the tele­phone directory in August 1960.
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George Allen Gowen was born in Harris County . May 5, 1946, according to File 50390. He married Georgia Rushing (25) on January 15, 1971 according to Harris County marriage records. “George A. Gowen” and his wife, Georgia Gowen, lived at 1844 Wirt Road, Apt. 189 in Houston in 1972.
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Glenn Atmar Gowen (57) married Maxene Reece (45) on August 19, 1966 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Gowen D. Robinson died March 11, 1998 according to Harris County death records.
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Miss Irene Gowen was listed as residing at 606 Heslep Avenue in the 1917 Houston city directory.
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J. E. Gowen in 1960 lived at 2110 Raymond in Houston.
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Jeanette Sue Gowen was born in Harris County July 18, 1944, according to BVS File 78163.
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Jeffrey N. Gowen (24) married Rose M. Zavaletta (20) on July 12, 1980 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Jerry W. Gowen (25) married Robbie K. Cleveland (23) on April 13,1985 according to Marriage Book 101.
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Jesse E. Gowen was listed as an office boy residing at 606 Heslep in the 1917 Houston city directory.
==O==
John E. Gowen “wid. C. S. Gowen” 4826 Oak Avenue, Pasadena, Texas, was listed in the 1962 Pasadena city direc­tory.

John E. Gowen, a checker for Sinclair Refrigeration, and Mary E. Gowen, were also listed in the Pasadena city directory living at 2110 Raymond Avenue.

John E. Gowen (42) married Gae Swaim (37) on October 16, 1970 according to Harris County marriage records.

John Etta Gowen died January 29, 1987 according to Harris County death records.
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John S. Gowen was listed as a carpenter residing at 606 Heslep Avenue in the 1917 Houston city directory.
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John W. Gowen, a carpenter, lived at the “northeast corner of Jarrett and 6th,” according to the 1912 city directory of Hous­ton. Three people composed the household.
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Larry D. Gowen lived at 667 Overbluff Drive, Houston, ac­cording to the 1972 telephone directory. He married Patricia C. Evans (33) on May 17, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Leo F. Gowen Jr. (26) married Vicki S. Smith (24) on April 22, 1974 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Leta Gowen died January 12, 1994 according to Harris County death records.
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Linda Lee Gowen was born March 14, 1948 in Harris County, according to BVS File 33988.
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Mary Elizabeth Gowen died May 22, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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Nell Gowen, 6029 Iron Rock was listed in the March 1972 Houston telephone directory.
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Richard A. Gowen and his wife, Maxine Gowen, lived at 4814 Brookston Road in Houston in 1972. He was sales manager for Employers Casualty Insurance Company at that time. Maxine Gowen was a bookkeeper for J. A. Sharman & Son.
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Richard B. Gowen (27) married Elizabeth Bizzell (28) on December 12, 1992 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Ricky N. Gowen (21) married Josephine Powell (18) on August 24, 1972 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Ruffice C. Gowen (47) married Barbara Mack (38) on March 8, 1984 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Samuel Woodrow Gowen Jr. died August 20, 1994 according to Harris County death records.
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Sandra M. Gowen died April 06, 1996 according to Harris County death records.
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Mrs. Tommie Gowen lived at 9328 West 28th Avenue in Houston in 1972.
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William F. Gowen (32) married Louisa E. Araoz (37) on December 12, 1992 according to Harris County marriage records.
==O==
Willie D. Gowen was listed as an information operator employed by South Western Telephone and Tel. Co. residing at 2602 Jarrell in the 1917 Houston city directory. She was the widow of John Gowen.
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A. Gowens lived at 3614 McIlhenny Avenue in Houston in that year in 1972.
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Carl L, Gowens was the father of an infant born in Harris County November 8, 1950, according to BVS File 169619.
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James O. Gowens lived at 2020 Stillwood, Houston, according to the 1960 telephone directory. A James O. Gowens lived at 5505 Chadwick, Austin, Texas, according to the 1972 Austin telephone directory. James O. Gowens received a deed from J. Donald Trotter May 11, 1970, to Lot 19, Block G, Capitol Heights, Austin, according to the Travis County Deed Book 3857, page 1190.

James O. Gowens and his wife, B. Raye Gowens, gave a deed to Lot 9, Block Z, Preswick Hill Addition, Austin, to Vincent A. Ziccardi April 24, 1973, according to Travis County Deed Book 4626, page 2197.

In December 1973, James O. Gowens lived at 3424 Willowrun Drive, according to the Austin telephone directory.
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Robert Allison Gowens “of Houston, Texas” and his wife Hat­tie Gooch Gowens were the parents of Robert Allison Gowens, Jr. who was born October 5, 1921 in Hamilton County, Texas, according to Hamilton County Birth Book 5, page 29.
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Gary Lynn Gowin was born in Harris County November 12, 1948, according to BVS File 140420. He, a typewriter repair­man, enlisted in the U. S. Army March 27, 1969, from 6820 Vine street, Austin, Texas. He was discharged March 5, 1971, according to Travis County Discharge Book 39, page 208.
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Harold J. Gowin, a shipping clerk for Warren Electric Com­pany, lived at 903 Chartree in Houston in 1972.
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Harold J. Gowin died October 11, 1972 according to Harris County death records.
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Nora Ray Gowin died February 15, 1991 according to Harris County death records.
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Robert Gowin, technician for Federal Aviation Authority, and his wife, Josephine Gowin, lived at 8322 Coastway Street in Houston in 1972.
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Rose Ann Gowin was born in Harris County October 23, 1947, according to BVS File 131220. She was married to Donald Wade Norsworthy June 1, 1965, according to Bexar County, Texas, Marriage Book 146, page 537.
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Scott E. Gowin was born January 22, 1946 in Harris County, according to BVS File No. 5913.

“S. E. Gowin, an artist specializing in abstracts and watercolors.” resided at Lake Haven Estates, Box 2, Lake Dallas, Texas, in Denton County in 1972. Scott E. Gowin was listed in the 1972 telephone directory of Denton, Texas, living at 3900 Stemmons.
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Ted Atchinson Gowin was born in Harris County February 6, 1953, according to BVS File 23524.
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Richard Gowins, employed by Missouri Pacific Railroad, and his wife, Vicki Gowins, lived at 5223 Eigel Street in Houston in 1972.
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Arthur Robert Goyen and Helen Adelaide Boyd Goyen were residents of Harris County. He died there June 24, 1975, according to Harris County death records.
Children born to them include:

Arthur Robert Goyen, Jr. born April 14, 1946
John Edward Goyen born September 17, 1953

Arthur Robert Goyen, Jr, son of Arthur Robert Goyen and Helen Adelaide Boyd Goyen, was born April 14, 1946 in Harris County, according to BVS File No. 39413. He married Betty Russom (36) on July 20, 1974 accoring to Harris County marriage records.

John Edward Goyen, son of Arthur Robert Goyen and Helen Adelaide Boyd Goyen, was born in Harris County September 17, 1953, according to BVS File 158232. He was married November 2, 1977 at Brenham, Texas to Barbara Ruth Luellen who was born March 15, 1956 at McKinney, Texas to Homer Luellen and Lina Elizabeth Webb Luellen. Following marriage, they lived in Houston, Brenham and Colorado. In 2001 they lived in Plano, Texas, according to Mary Evelyn Harris Carey of Houston. Children born to John Edward Goyen and Barbara Ruth Luellen Goyen are unknown.
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Brent Edward Goyen was born in Harris County July 23, 1960, according to BVS File 120775.
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Carole Ruth Goyen was born in Harris County January 10, 1959, according to BVS File 8100.
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Courtney Dale Goyen was born in Harris County November 19, 1947, according to BVS File 159628.
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Charles Provine Goyen died July 1, 1968 according to Harris County death records.
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Dorothy Mae Goyen died September 27, 1990 according to Harris County death records.
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Dorothy Marie Goyen was born in Harris County July 9, 1956, according to BVS File 52409.
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Fara Elizabeth Goyen was born March 19, 1962 in Harris County, according to BVS File 44386.
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Glenn Goyen was born in Harris County May 8, 1922, accord­ing to BVS File No. 16018. Glenn Goyen died October 28, 1922 in Harris County, according to BVS File No. 29008.
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Hub Whiteman Goyen, Jr. was born in Harris County Novem­ber 22, 1939, according to BVS File 99534.
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Jack Goyen Wagner Sr. died October 18, 1993 according to Harris County death records.
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John P. Goyen Jr. died March 14, 1990 according to Harris County death records.
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John Parker Goyen III died July 21, 1985 according to Harris County death records.
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John Randle Goyen was born May 19, 1916 in Harris County, according to BVS File 20036. John Randle Goyen, Jr. was born in Harris County January 25, 1946, according to BVS File 5907.
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John R. Goyen Jr. (28) married Janet Mogg (33) on January 18, 1975 according to Harris County marriage records.
He remarried to Patricia A. Knight (29) on April 2, 1983 according to Harris County marriage records.
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John Wilson Goyen JR died December 15, 1991 according to Harris County death records.
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Julie Ann Goyen was born August 3, 1952 in Harris County, according to BVS File 125791.
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Kathryn Elouise Goyen was born January 11, 1944 in Harris County, according to BVS File 5698.
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Kelvin Goyens and Melvin Goyens were born in Harris County June 25, 1953, according to BVS Files 95591 and 95592.
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Lisa Gay Goyen was born May 10, 1964 in Harris County, ac­cording to BVS File No. 78171.
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Margie Lou Goyen died March 14, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
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Marie Elizabeth Goyen was born September 22, 1948 in Harris County, according to BVS File 110461.
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Mary Kathleen Goyen was born September 21, 1954 in Harris County, according to BVS File 157620.
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Noel Douglas Goyen was born in Harris County September 28, 1960, according to BVS File 165589. Noel Douglas Goyen died September 30, 1960 in Harris County, according to BVS File 60316.
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Peggy Jean Goyen died February 16, 1992 according to Harris County death records.
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Richard Craig Goyen was born in Harris County January 1, 1950, according to BVS File 6388.
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Richard Shawn Goyen was born in Harris County November 13, 1959, according to BVS File 209973.
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Robert Allen Goyen was born October 29, 1961 in Harris County, according to BVS File 188859.
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Robert James Goyen was born in Harris County November 11, 1956, according to BVS File 209610.
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Ruth M. Goyen died October 20, 1930 in Harris County ac­cording to BVS File 48826.
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Sam Allen Goyen, Jr. was born in Harris County December 28, 1933, according to BVS File 98955. Sam Allen Goyen and his wife received a general warranty deed from H, L. Patton to Lot 12, Block 1, Lakeland Club Addition, September 7, 1963, ac­cording to Montgomery County, Texas, Deed Book 555, page 496. On July 9, 1968, they received a deed from H. L. Patton to Lot 13, Block 1, Black Street, Lakeland Club Addition, ac­cording to Montgomery County Deed Book 665, page 592.

Sammy Allen Goyen, Jr. and his wife, Margie Lou Goyen, re­ceived a deed from Coleman Construction March 24, 1969 to Lots 2 & 3, Block 9, Tyler, Texas, for $20,000, according to Smith County, Texas, Deed Book 1295, page 329.

Sammy Allen Goyen, Jr. and Margie Lou Goyen gave a deed to Robert L. Haufman May 25, 1973 to Smith County prop­erty, according to Smith County Deed Book 1451, page 756. In 1973, Sammy Allen Goyen, Jr. and Margie Lou Goyen were living at 2211 Ridgewood Drive, Tyler, Texas, according to the city directory. He was an engineer for Black, Sivills & Bryson of Oklahoma City.
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Samuel Allen Goyen Sr. died September 18, 1982 according to Harris County death records.
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Shirley Marie Goyen was born in Harris County November 14, 1949, according to BVS files.
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Velma Vern Goyen died April 19, 1984 according to Harris County death records.
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William Alfred Goyen was born in Harris County June 10, 1947, according to BVS File 72686. He married Talley Margaret Hudson (19) on August 21, 1966 according to Harris County marriage records.
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William E. Goyen died April 04, 1965 according to Harris County death records.
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William Eugene Goyen III died August 20, 1965 according to Harris County death records.
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William Leslie Goyen died June 02, 1966 according to Harris County death records.
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Zona L. Goyen died September 04, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
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Bruce E. Goyens (24) married Norlisa Dillard (24) on November 28, 1992 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Sarah Louise Goyens died January 5, 1929 in Harris County, according to BVS File 21960.
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Benjamin Goyne, a railway postal clerk, roomed at 1718 Texas Avenue, according to the 1905-06 city directory of Houston.
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Carla Anne Goyne was born in Harris County September 8, 1958, according to BVS File 162748.
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Cecelia Diane Goyne was born October 28, 1961 in Harris County, according to BVS File 186889.
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Edward R. Goyne, believed to be from Harris County, was a student at the University of Texas residing at 2612 Wichita, Austin, Texas, according to the 1952 city directory of Austin. “Edward Goyen, “field auditor for the State Education Agency,” lived at 603 West 9th Street, according to the 1955 Austin city directory.

“E. Roger Goyne, Jr.” and his wife, Beverly C. Goyne, of Har­ris County gave a deed of trust to Tract 13, Pedernales Canyon Ranch Subdivision, Austin, Texas, September 20, 1968, ac­cording to Travis County Deed Book 3525, page 514.

E. Roger Goyne and Beverly C. Goyne received a deed to a lot in Redwater Ranch Canyon Estates on the same day, according to Travis County Deed Book 3553, page 1929.
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Jimmie A. Goyne died January 14, 1973 according to Harris County death records.
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Raymond Wayne Goyne was born in Harris County September 24, 1942, according to BVS File No. 90685.
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Susan Elaine Goyne was born in Harris County July 26, 1945, according to BVS File 76767.
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Miss Addie Goynes, a labeler for Herman Leiser Liquors, roomed at 706 Smith, according to the 1915 city directory of Houston.
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Charles Goynes of Harris County received a deed from Sher­wood Properties, Inc., May 9, 1963 to Lot 445, Mystic Castle Addition, Sherwood Properties, according to Burnet County Deed Book 137, page 39. In 1972, Charles Goynes lived at 2218 Avenue A, Katy, Texas.
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Cecil Goynes lived at 905 Avenue C, Katy, Texas, according to the 1972 telephone directory.
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Dale Lynn Goynes was born in Harris County February 21, 1955, according to BVS File 44664.

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Darline Goynes was born in Harris County August 17, 1950, according to BVS File 78378.
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Deborah Lavonne Goynes was born in Harris County August 23, 1953, according to BVS File 159174.
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Don C. Goynes died February 05, 1971 according to Harris County death records.
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Don Charles Goynes was born in Harris County August 9, 1962, according to BVS File 144109.
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Eddie R. Goynes Sr. (43) married Beatrice D. Johnson (40) on April 6, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Edward M. Goynes and his wife, Bertha Lee Goynes, received a deed from Denison Distributing and Sales August 3, 1963 to Lot 535, Forest Hills addition, Sherwood Shores II, according to Burnet County Deed Book 139, page 430.

In 1972 Edward M. Goynes and Bertha Lee Goynes lived at 5803 2nd Street, Katy, Texas, according to the telephone di­rectory.

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Edward Martin Goynes died June 18, 1990 according to Harris County death records.
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Fred A. Goynes (56) married Carolina L. Romangsuriat (28) on January 9, 1978 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Gerald Ray Goynes was born in Harris County January 4, 1944, according to BVS File 5597.
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James Allan Goynes was born in Harris County October 20, 1949, according to BVS Files.
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Janis Darlene Goynes was born in Harris County September 29, 1954, according to BVS File 158577.
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Jesse James Goynes died June 23, 1983 according to Harris County death records.
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Jo-Carroll Goynes was born April 6, 1946 in Harris County, according to BVS File 39588.
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John E. Goynes lived at 910 Bluebonnet, Katy, Texas, accord­ing to the 1972 city directory. He was married to Bobbie Campbell on February 14, 1983 according to Harris County marriage records.
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John Edward Goynes, Jr. was born in Harris County Novem­ber 1, 1954, according to BVS File 199840.
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Joyce Marie Goynes was born April 9, 1962 in Harris County, according to BVS File 6333.
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Kathern Goynes died February 11, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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Mary Louise Goynes was born in Harris County October 11, 1952, according to BVS File 169531.
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Martha Goynes died July 28, 1997 according to Harris County death records.

Michael Goynes died August 17, 1973 according to Harris County death records.
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Norris E. Goynes (25) married Linda Malonson (21) on September 20, 1980 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Orby M. Goynes died December 16, 1976 according to Harris County death records.
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Patrick Henry Goynes died January 10, 1987 according to Harris County death records.
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Peter R. Goynes, an employee of the Schumacher Company, “grocers and coffee roasters” lived at 1609 Spring, according to the 1910-11 city directory of Houston. His wife, Jane Goynes, a dressmaker, also appeared at the same address. In 1911 and 1912, Peter R. Goynes appeared as a stockkeeper for Schu­macher Company living at 2114 Winter. In 1915, he was a lamptrimmer employed by Houston Gas and Fuel Company and roomed at 1513 Texas Avenue, according to the city di­rectory.
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Ray K. Goynes (33) married Janice M Smedley (24) on January 11, 1975 according to Harris County marriage records.
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R. K. Goynes died November 29, 1966 according to Harris County death records.
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Richard L. Goynes (31) married Jacqueline D. Horton (27) on September 16, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Robert Lee Goynes (21) married Linda Carol Nowlin (18) on August 6, 1966 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Robert Michael Goynes was born in Harris County April 22, 1948, according to BVS files.
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Samuel Lee Goynes was born in Harris County April 29, 1954, according to BVS File 603191.
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Thomas Anthony Goynes was born in Harris County Decem­ber 5, 1950, according to BVS File 188255.
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Wanda Diane Goynes was born in Harris County, according to BVS File 70250.
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Faye Goyns was born in Harris County September 9, 1932, ac­cording to BVS File No. 70357 and 70385.
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Allen Guynes died August 07, 1975 according to Harris County death records.
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Bessie Lee Guynes died September 24, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Billy Ray Guynes died February 18, 1994 according to Harris County death records.
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Cyell Eugene Guynes died September 09, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
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Doyal Ray Guynes died October 08, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Earl Claud Guynes died October 25, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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Ethel Lee Guynes died January 19, 1990 according to Harris County death records.
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George May Guynes Jr. died January 22, 1968 according to Harris County death records.
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Harley David Guynes Jr. died December 13, 1967 according to Harris County death records.
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Herman L. Guynes Sr. died June 21, 1974 according to Harris County death records.
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Irene K. Guynes died September 10, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
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J. D. Guynes died January 26, 1979 according to Harris County death records.
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Jack F. Guynes died June 21, 1976 according to Harris County death records.
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James F. Guynes died September 13, 1978 according to Harris County death records.
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James Ralph Guynes died July 03, 1990 according to Harris County death records.
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James Walter Guynes died September 09, 1967 according to Harris County death records.
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Lenon H. Guynes died January 22, 1997 according to Harris County death records.
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Lillie P. Guynes died September 26, 1976 according to Harris County death records.
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Marlin O. Guynes died January 17, 1976 according to Harris County death records.
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Robert Earl Guynes Sr. died December 01, 1992 according to Harris County death records.
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Ruby Evelyn Guynes died September 22, 1995 according to Harris County death records.
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Thelma Lois Guynes died September 09, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
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Thomas Alan Guynes died November 27, 1984 according to Harris County death records.
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Clyde Peyton McGowan died January 21, 1997 according to Harris County death records.
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Ethel Katherine McGowan died September 25, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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James A. McGowan died December 13, 1986 according to Harris County death records.
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Jerry Wilbur McGowan died August 27, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
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John McGowan died April 15, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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La Beulah Mae McGowan died November 28, 1982 according to Harris County death records.
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Laura McGowan died April 10, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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Lou McGowan died November 21, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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Maurice McGowan died July 20, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Morris Lucious McGowan died May 30, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Priscilla McGowan Lewis died June 13, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
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Charles McGowen died December 15, 1982 according to Harris County death records.
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Charles Anthony McGowen died March 09, 1987 according to Harris County death records.
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Cora Dell McGowen died January 26, 1985 according to Harris County death records.
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Cory Marquette McGowen died July 15, 1980 according to Harris County death records.
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Craig McGowen died October 21, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Edward Leroy McGowen Sr. died November 4, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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Esther Mae McGowen died October 30, 1985 according to Harris County death records.
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Granville Cecil McGowen died January 27, 1987 according to Harris County death records.
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Lura E. McGowen died March 04, 1979 according to Harris County death records.
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Marie J. McGowen died July 09, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Nora McGowen died December 25, 1989 according to Harris County death records.
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Preston McGowen died January 19, 1982 according to Harris County death records.
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Ruben McGowen Jr. died April 17, 1985 according to Harris County death records.
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Ruth O. McGowen died August 14, 1981 according to Harris County death records.
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Tommie McGowen died September 03, 1993 according to Harris County death records.

HARRISON COUNTY, TEXAS

Charles W. Goen (33) married Virginia Dale Duncan (28) on February 10, 1966 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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James A. Goines (26) married Dorthy J. Brown (22) on July 3, 1972 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Murel Clayton Giones (19) married Betty Louise Monroe (20) on May 27, 1968 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Robert Gary Goins was born in Harrison County March 26, 1947, according to BVS File 37282.
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Thomas F. Goins (28) married Janet E. McKee (33) on May 1, 1992 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Charles M. Goings (23) married Connie S. Tillman (26) on October 5, 1984 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Stephen C. Gowan (18) married Alecia M. Clements (17) on January 7, 1991 according to Harris County marriage records.
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Tommy W. Gowan (22) married Barbara S. Zeigler (20) on April 8, 1974 according to Harrison County marriage recorddds.
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Francis Marion Gowen Jr. (22) married Sandra Sue Lohnes (21) on November 26, 1966 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Bruce W. Goyne (31) married Sandra M. Mann (28) on December 9, 1983 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Drew M. Goyne (22) married Katherine L Mennie (28 ) on June 6, 1978 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Jerry W. Goyne (41) married Patricia L. Lawrence (46) on July 17, 1985 according to Marriage Book 102.
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Archetta Goynes was born May 25, 1951 in Harrison County, according to BVS File 71313.
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Charles Earl Goynes was born in Harrison County November 16, 1938, according to BVS File 674892. He married Florence L. Warren (35) on December 14, 1978 according to Harrison County marriage records.
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Clara Mae Goynes was born August 17, 1950 in Harrison County, according to BVS File 204152.
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Franklin D. Goynes was born January 12, 1943 in Harrison County, according to BVS File 141181A. He was married July 5, 1968 to Miss Arlue Leverne Hargraves who was born Octo­ber 8, 1950 at Denton, Texas, according to Franklin County Marriage Book G, page 561. Of Franklin D. Goynes and Ar­lue Leverne Hargraves Goynes nothing more is known.
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Gabe Goynes was married to R. M. Young February 4, 1888, according to Harrison County marriage records. Of Gabe Goynes and Mrs. R. M. Young Goynes nothing more is known.
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Garvin Goynes was born August 14, 1958 in Harrison County, according to BVS File 142117. He died the same day, accord­ing to BVS File 45777.
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Lavern Goynes was born in Harrison County January 9, 1948, according to BVS files.
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Willie J. Goynes was born December 16, 1939 in Harrison County, according to BVS File 126133.
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Mrs. Trola Mae Goynes was a resident of Marshall in 1950 when a son was born. She, a school cafeteria cook, lived at 1340 Maddox from 1959 to 1964, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1965 and in 1967 she lived at 1508 Stephen­son Street, Ft. Worth.

She received a warranty deed from Housing and Urban Devel­opment to Lot 11, Block 6, Eastwood Addition, Ft. Worth, October 17, 1967, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4474, page 460. From 1968 through 1972 she lived at 4400 Strong Avenue and continued to be employed at Terrell Junior High School.

Children born to Trola Mae Goynes include:

Robert Earl Goynes born June 8, 1950

Robert Earl Goynes, only known child of Trola Mae Goynes, was born June 8, 1950 at Marshall, according to BVS File 36437.

In 1967 he was listed in the Ft. Worth city directory as a porter for Rollins Services and lived at 1508 Stephenson with his mother. In 1969 he was listed as a grinder for Texas Steel liv­ing at 4400 Strong Avenue, the address of his mother. From 1970 through 1973 he was shown as a student living at 4400 Strong Avenue by the city directory.

He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps July 7, 1970 at Dallas and was discharged August 2, 1972, continuing to show his home address as 4400 Strong Avenue, according to Tarrant County Discharge Book 130, page 69.

HASKELL COUNTY, TEXAS

Lora Evie Gowens died June 10, 1992 according to Haskell County death records.
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Miss Audie Goyne was married to Cecil Davis in Haskell County on November 18, 1932.
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Everett David Goyne died July 23, 1981 according to Haskell County death records.
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Maggie Delores Goyne married to Johnny Wayne Weems in Haskell County on October 9, 1960.
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Ruth Ann Goyne was married to Marvin Jasper Sample September 28, 1974, according to Haskell County Marriage Book 13, page 224.

HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS

Alice Wilhemia Goins died December 03, 1991 according to Hays County death records.
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William C. Goins was married October 21, 1914 to Kitty Pearce, according to Hays County Marriage Book J, page 494. Children born to William C. Goins and Kitty Pearce Goins are unknown.
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Margaret Luanne Gowan was born in Hays County October 1, 1959, according to BVS File 189949.

HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS

Donald R. Goines [30] married Sarah D. Fowler [24] on September 14, 1979 according to Henderson County marriage records.
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Ewell Preston Goines was born October 9, 1938 in Henderson County, according to BVS File 89929.
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Michael Dale Goines, son of Leonard E. Goins and Berna Dean McGlaun Goines, was born July 31, 1955, according to Henderson County Birth Book 26, page 287. The family resided at Box 265, Malakoff, Texas.
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Patty Gayle Goines was born in Henderson County November 8, 1958, according to BVS File 21026
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Alonzo Dolph Goins died October 22, 1992 according to Henderson County death records.
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Cecil L. Goins, 53, was married to Elsie M. Myers, 35, March 12, 1971 according to Henderson County marriage records. Children born to Cecil L. Goins and Elsie M. Myers Goins are unknown.
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John Christopher Columbus Goins, son of Nath Goins and Emily Jones Goins, was born in Henderson County, Texas, July 17, 1875. He was married about 1900 to Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese, who was born in North Carolina July 6, 1882.

John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins were residents of Hill County, Texas in 1904. From 1908 to 1915, they were residents of Mills County, Texas. In 1919 they lived near Cleburne, Texas. In 1922 they lived at Elkins, Texas in Brown County where he was a farmer.

In 1938 and 1939, he, a laborer, lived at 1314 Avenue B, Brownwood, Texas, according to the city directory. In 1941, he lived at 501 Ward and was employed by the city of Brown­wood, according to the city directory.

In 1959 he was retired and lived at 804 East Baker. John Christopher Columbus Goins died February 6, 1960 of cere­bral apoplexy, according to Brown County Death Book 1960, page 1226. He was buried in Greenleaf Cemetery.

Lou Cordelia “Delia” Goins died April 25, 1961 of a stroke, according to Brown County Death Book 1961, page 1603. Her residence at the time of her death was at 803 East Baker, Brownwood. She was also buried in Greenleaf Cemetery.

It is believed that children born to John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins include:

George Lee Goins born about 1903
James Baker Goins born Jan. 20, 1904
Bertha Goins born about 1906
Cora Irene Goins born Sept. 16, 1908
[daughter] born Dec. 6, 1910
[daughter] born April 26, 1913
John Christopher Columbus Goins Jr.
born June 17,1915
Lewis Benjamin Goins born Sept. 21, 1919
Ruth Pauline Goins born July 17, 1922
Roy Albert Goins born in 1924

George Lee Goins, regarded as a a son of John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins, was born in Johnson County, Texas, about 1903. On September 16, 1922, he was married to Miss Elva Hinsley at Brownwood, according to Brown County Marriage Book 9, page 493. Elva Hinsley, the daughter of M. Hinsley and Lillie Egger Hinsley, was born in Mills County, Texas, February 9, 1907.

In July 1923, George Lee Goins lived at Clyde, Texas, in Brown County. Elva Hinsley Goins died January 25, 1964 of uremia and was buried in Greenleaf Cemetery, according to Brown County Death Book 1964, page 2569.

George Lee Goins was married to Mrs. Minnie Donshoo April 24, 1965, according to Brown County Marriage Book 23, page 489. George Lee Goins was listed in the 1969 city directory of Brownwood as a resident of Route 3, Box 182.

Minnie Donshoo and George Lee Goins gave a warranty deed to Kilgore Campbell to property in the Huling survey July 1, 1971, according to Brown County Deed Book 609, page 403. Consideration was $4,000.

Children born to George Lee Goins and Elva Hinsley Goins include:

Valeta Goins born July 13, 1923.

Valeta Goins, daughter of George Lee Goins and Elva Hinsley Goins, was born July 13, 1923, according to Brown County Birth Book 1, page 2078. She was married to Harry Bowden Clark December 22, 1941, according to Brown County Mar­riage Book 14, page 530. Valeta G. Wendel, believed to be Valeta Goins, lived at Route 1, Aledo, Texas May 20, 1968.

James Baker Goins, son of John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia Reese Goins, was born January 20, 1904 in Hill County. He was married tp Nora Nell Harris June 16, 1928, according to Brown County Marriage Book 11, page 154. Nora Nell Harris was born in Brownwood in 1905, the daughter of J. Harris and E. Landers Harris.

James Baker Goins and Nora Nell Harris Goins gave a war­ranty deed to Lee Sherrod April 27, 1929 to 85 acres in the Clark Survey, according to Brown County Deed Book 251, page 576. They appeared in the 1939 city directory of Brownwood living at 703 Sharpe with two children under 16.

A daughter, Betty Jo Goins who died May 19, 1939, was buried in Greenleaf Cemetery, Brownwood.

Nora Nell Harris Goins, a victim of dementia praecox, was committed to Austin State Hospital, Austin, Texas September 18, 1939, according to Brown County Probate Book 31, page 598. She died there of an accidental burn April 20, 1942, ac­cording to Travis County Death Certificate No. 862.

James Baker Goins appeared at 810 Milton with two children under 16, according to the 1939 Brownwood city directory.
James Baker Goins received a warranty deed from Mrs. T. T. Anderson September 7, 1942, to property in Huling Survey, ac­cording to Brown County Deed Book 318, page 191. James Baker Goins, “a single man,” gave a warranty deed to the prop­erty on Valley Street purchased from Mrs. T. T. Anderson June 24, 1944, to Miss Dollie Anderson, according to Brown County Deed Book 329, page 334.

James Baker Goins sued Miss Dollie Anderson and Ed and Willie Anderson in the following month on July 27, 1944 and recovered the lot on Valley Street. Johnson and Griffin, attor­neys, received a half interest in the lot for their legal services in the suit, according to Brown County Deed Book 331, page 630.

James Baker Goins was married to Mrs. Lillie May Adkinson August 19, 1944, according to Brown County Marriage Book 18, page 77. Lillie May Adkinson Goins purchased the half interest in the Valley Street property for $175 from Johnson & Griffin May 29, 1945, according to Brown County Deed Book 337, page 112. She received the deed as her separate property.
Lillie May Adkinson Goins signed an affidavit October 14, 1946 stating that she would sign a deed to convey her half in­terest in the property to her husband, James Baker Goins, ac­cording to Brown County deed Book 417, page 11.

On October 16, 1946, Lillie Mae Adkinson Goins and James Baker Goins gave a warranty deed to Carl C. Rountree to Lot 1, Block 9, Smith and Crothers Addition, Brownwood, for $1,600, according to Brown County Deed Book 349, page 459.
James Baker Goins received a quit claim deed from Lillie Mae Adkinson Goins to the Valley Street property November 4, 1946, according to Brown County Deed Book 375, page 42. Apparently they were divorced about this time.

In 1947, James Baker Goins was married to Ruby Lee Sanders November 5, 1949, according to Brown County Marriage Book 20, page 261. Ruby Lee Sanders was born in Gilmer, Texas, in 1931.

In 1949 James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins con­tinued to live at 108 Valley, according to the city directory. In 1951, 1952, 1953 and 1955, James Baker Goins, a laborer for the city, lived at 108 Valley Street. Three children under 16 were included in the household.

In 1957, he was employed by the Gas Department, City of Brownwood and continued to live at 108 Valley. In 1958 he was employed by the Sanitation Department. In 1959 his ad­dress was 3304 2nd Street.

James Baker Goins died March 26, 1960 of metastatic carci­noma, according to Brown County Death Book 1960, page 1271. He was buried in Jordan Springs Cemetery, according to Mrs. Inez Brumley, informant.

In 1961 Ruby Lee Sanders Goins lived at 403 Congress with eight children under 16, according to Brownwood city direc­tory. In 1964 and 1966 she lived at 307 Congress.

Children born to James Baker Goins and Nora Nell Harris Goins include:

[infant] born in 1929
Betty Jo Goins born about 1931
Estites Carl Goins born August 19, 1932

Children born to James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins include:

Lonnie Carroll Goins born in 1949
Mary Belle Goins born February 24, 1951
Estelle Goins born March 2, 1953
Thercia Mae Goins born in 1955
James Goins born April 19, 1957
Mary Ann Goins born April 27, 1958
Ellis W. Goins born in 1959
Barbara Ann Goins born in 1962
Frank Goins, Jr. born in 1963

James Baker Goins and Norma Nell Harris Goins were the parents of an infant which was born in 1929 and died May 1, 1929, according to BVS File No. 19555.

Betty Jo Goins, daughter of James Baker Goins and Nora Nell Harris Goins, was born about 1931. She died May 19, 1939 of nephritis, according to Brown County Death Book 2, page 115. She was buried in Greenleaf Cemetery.

Estites Carl Goins, assumed to be the third child of James Baker Goins and Nora Nell Harris Goins, was born at Re­gency, Texas in Mills County August 19, 1932. On June 18, 1952, from 108 Shallett Street, Brownwood, the address of his father Estites Carl Goins enlisted in the U. S. Army. He was discharged June 3, 1955 as a private first class, according to Brown County Discharge Book 9, page 124.

Estites Carl Goins was married to Wanda Nell Russell April 23, 1954, according to Brown County Marriage Book 21, page 281. Wanda Nell Russell was born at Ebony, Texas in 1940. In 1956 Estites Carl Goins, a wrapper for Mrs. Howard’s Bak­ery, and Wanda Nell Russell Goins lived at 108 Shallett Street, Brownwood. In 1957 he was a student at a GI school and lived at 108 Valley Road, the address of his father.

On May 4, 1955 Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins received a warranty deed from W. P. Man to Lot 6, Block C, T. E. Addition, Brownwood, according to Brown County Deed Book 471, page 56. In 1960, he was a laborer for Halford Company, Brownwood. From 1961 through 1966 he was a construction worker for Hallford & Pruitt Contractors and lived at 915 Sharp, Brownwood. In 1967 he continued with Hallford & Pruitt and lived at 403 Congress.

On September 25, 1968 Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins and others gave a warranty deed to Gertrude Harris to 40 acres, according to Brown County Deed Book 573, page 256.

In 1969 Estites Carl Goins, city sanitation department em­ployee and Wanda Nell Russell Goins, a seamstress for Brownwood Manufacturing, lived at 1514 Beaver, according to the Brownwood city directory.

Children born to Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins include:

David Carl Goins born April 6, 1956
Donald Carl Goins born April 29, 1957
Peggy Doris Goins born August 21, 1960
Danny Lynn Goins born September 6, 1963
Darlene Nell Goins born July 18, 1967

David Carl Goins, first child of Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins, was born April 6, 1956, at Brownwood, according to Brown County Birth Book 1956, page 139.

Donald Carol Goins, second child of Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins, was born April 29, 1957 at Brown­wood, according to Brown County Birth Book 1957, page 652.

Peggy Doris Goins, third child of Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins, was born August 21, 1960, accord­ing to Brown County Birth Book 1960, page 2252.

Danny Lynn Goins, fourth child of Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins, was born September 6, 1963, ac­cording to Brown County Birth Book 1963, page 5159.

Darlene Nell Goins, fifth child of Estites Carl Goins and Wanda Nell Russell Goins, was born July 18, 1967, according to Brown County Birth Book 1967, page 6850.

Lonnie Carroll Goins, son of James Baker Goins, was born July 17, 1949, in Brownwood. He enlisted in the U. S. Army about 1967 and was discharged in 1969 as a corporal, accord­ing to Brown County Discharge Book 11, page 288. He re­ceived the Purple Heart in Viet Nam.

He was married to Vicky Lynn McAdams May 30, 1970, ac­cording to Brown County Marriage Book 25, page 455. Vicky Lynn McAdams was born in Utah in 1955. Lonnie Carroll Goins, an employee of 3M Corporation and Vicky Lynn McAdams Goins lived at 901 Carney, Brownwood in April 1971 when their first child was born:

Amanda Ann Goins born April 17, 1971

Amanda Ann Goins, first child of Lonnie Carroll Goins and Vicky Lynn McAdams Goins was born April 17, 1971 in Brownwood, according to Brown County Birth Book 1971`, page 150.

Mary Belle Goins, first child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins, was born February 24, 1951 at Brown­wood, according to Brown County Birth Book 20, page 139. She was married December 21, 1973 to Roy Alen Allison, ac­cording to Brown County Marriage Book 28, page 222.

Estella Goins, third child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins, was born March 2, 1953, according to Brown County Birth Book 21, page 234. On November 25, 1969, she was married to Jack Calvin Campbell.

Thercia May Goins, fourth child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins, was born March 31, 1955, according to Brown County Birth Book 22, page 278. On November 20, 1971, she was married to Bobby Dwaine Simpson, according to Brown County Marriage Book 26, page 475.

James Goins, fifth child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins, was born April 19, 1957, according to Brown County Birth Book 1957, page 636.
Mary Ann Goins, sixth child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins, was born April 27, 1958, according to Brown County Birth Book 1958, page 1167. She was married June 9, 1973 to Roy Gail Massey, according to Brown County Marriage Book 28, page 10.

Ellis W. Goins, assumed to be the seventh child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins, was born in 1959. He appeared in the household of Ruby Lee Sanders Goins in the 1969 city directory of Brownwood.

Barbara Ann Goins, assumed to be the eighth child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins was born June 21, 1961 in Brownwood, according to BVS File 12705. She ap­peared in the household of Ruby Lee Sanders Goins in the 1969 city directory of Brownwood.

Frank Goins, assumed to be the ninth child of James Baker Goins and Ruby Lee Sanders Goins, was born April 23, 1963, according to BVS File 91344. He appeared in the household of Ruby Lee Sanders Goins in the 1969 city directory of Brownwood.

Bertha Goins, second known child of John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins, was born September 16, 1908, according to Mills County Birth Book B, page 434.

In 1910, John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins were living five miles south of Indian Gap in Mills County. A daughter was born to them December 6, 1010, according to Mills County Birth Book 3, page 78.

A daughter was born to John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins April 26, 1913, according to Mills County Birth Book 3, page 299. They lived seven miles east of Caradau at that time.

John Christopher Columbus Goins, Jr, sixth known child of John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins, was born June 17, 1915, according to Mills County Birth Book 3, page 188 and Book 4, page 180. At that time the family was living five miles east of Caradau, Texas
In 1941 John Christopher Columbus Goins, Jr. was employed by the city of Brownwood, when he developed a dementia praecox condition, according to two physicians of Brown­wood. While mixing rat poisoning for the city he concluded that he “had been poisoned and that his finger nails were coming off and that his feet would shrivel,” according to medical testimony presented to Brown County Probate Court recorded in Brown County Probate Book 34, page 430. The court concluded that he was a victim of lunacy and committed him to Austin State Hospital, Austin, Texas, on August 6, 1942.

On March 29, 1952, medical authorities determined that John Christopher Columbus Goins, Jr. was “restored to his right mind” and he was returned to his home, according to Brown County Probate Book 34, page 431 and Book 45, page 470.
He received a warranty deed from Ralph M. Herring December 1, 1952 to Lot 12, Block 11, Brownwood Heights Addition, Brownwood, for $175, according to Brown County Deed Book 410, page 504.

John Christopher Columbus Goins, Jr, “a single man,” re­ceived a warranty deed from Chester Jones May 9, 1953 to Lot 50, Block 9, Malone Addition, Brownwood, according to Brown County Deed Book 415, page 315.

In 1955 he was a laborer for Ross & Son Construction Com­pany and lived at 3304 2nd Street, according to the city direc­tory. In 1959 and 1961 he was listed as a yardman at that same residence. In 1964 and 1966 he was listed as a laborer living at 1605 Main Boulevard. John Christopher Columbus Goins, Jr. received a warranty deed from Will H. Cooley January 20, 1959 to Lot 3, Block 7, Brownwood Heights, according to Brown County Deed Book 467, page 401.

John Christopher Columbus Goins. Jr, “a single man,” gave a warranty deed to Eddie Perkins May 6, 1965 to Lot 50, Block 9, Woodland Heights, for $50, according to Brown County Deed Book 527, page 367.

He was married to Mrs. Fannie Carpenter April 6, 1968, ac­cording to Brown County Marriage Book 24, page 320.
In 1969 John Christopher Columbus Goins, Jr. and Fannie Car­penter Goins lived at 1605 Main Boulevard, according to the Brownwood city directory.

Lewis Benjamin Goins, seventh known child of John Christo­pher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Goins, was born September 21, 1919 at Cleburne, Texas. In 1938, he was listed as a National Youth Administration worker living at 1314 Avenue B, Brownwood, according to the city directory. In 1938 and 1939 he lived at 1314 Avenue B. In 1941 he lived at 501 Ward, the address of his parents.

During World War II, Lewis Benjamin Goins enlisted in the U. S. Army and became a sergeant. He was killed in Germany November 22, 1944, according to Brown County Death Book 12, page 127. He was buried in Brownwood September 25, 1948. He was unmarried.

Ruth Pauline Goins, eleventh child of John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Goins, was born at Elkins, Texas, July 17, 1922, according to Brown County Birth Book 12, page 539. Ten of the couple’s children were still liv­ing at that time. Ruth Pauline Goins was listed in the 1939 city directory of Brownwood as a student living at 1314 Avenue B, the address of her parents. She was married to Lonnie L. Bien February 24, 1941, according to Brown County Marriage Book 14, page 67.

Roy Albert Goins, assumed to be the twelfth child of John Christopher Columbus Goins and Lou Cordelia “Delia” Reese Goins, was born in 1924 in Brown County. He appeared as a student in the 1941 city directory of Brownwood living at 501 Ward, the address of his parents.

On September 14, 1942, he received a warranty deed from J. M. Walter to Lot 2, Block A, Smith Addition, Brownwood, ac­cording to Brown County Deed Book 324, page 459. His fa­ther gave a note in the purchase of the property. Roy Albert Goins received a release on the property October 20, 1943, ac­cording to Brown County Deed Book 321, page 627.

Roy Albert Goins was married to Callie Carolyn Muhle September 27, 1952, according to Brown County Marriage Book 21, page 77. Callie Carolyn Muhle was born at Hawley, Texas in 1933. In 1953 they lived at 804 East Baker, the ad­dress of his parents. He was employed as a truck driver.

In 1954 he continued as a truck driver and lived at 106 South Greenleaf, according to the city directory. In 1955, he was employed by Ace Feed Mill. Later in that year he was a self-employed trucker living at 1600 1/2 Avenue C, Brownwood.

In 1956 Roy Albert Goins was an accountant employed by Clover Milling Company. In 1958, he was listed as a laborer doing yardwork. In 1959, they lived at No. 47, Park Homes Apartments. In 1961 he was listed as unemployed and living at 804 East Baker, formerly the address of his parents.
In 1963 and 1964, he was employed by Bob Pitts Furniture Company and lived at 804 East Baker, according to the Brownwood city directory. In 1966 he was listed as a plumber living at 804 East Baker. In 1969 he was employed by the city of Brownwood and lived at 2006 Avenue B, according to the city directory.

Children born to Roy Albert Goins and Callie Carolyn Muhle Goins include:

Cherlene Goins born June 19, 1953
Lonnie Roy Goins born July 24, 1954
Lewis Lee Goins born October 14, 1955
Jeanne Lou Goins born December 11, 1956
Darrell Ray Goins born May 7, 1958
Gary Don Goins born July 19, 1959
John Columbus Goins born September 27, 1961
Orville Gene Goins born August 11, 1963

Cherylane Goins, first child of Roy Albert Goins and Callie Carolyn Muhle Goins, was born June 19, 1953, according to Brown County Birth Book 21, page 313. She appeared as a 13-year-old in the home of her parents in the 1963 city direc­tory of Brownwood.

Lonnie Roy Goins, second child of Roy Albert Goins and Cal­lie Carolyn Muhle Goins, was born July 24, 1954, according to Brown County Birth Book 22, page 72. He appeared as a 12-year-old in the home of his parents in the 1963 city directory of Brownwood. He lived at 307 Congress Avenue, according to the 1969 city directory of Brownwood.
On June 16, 1973, he was married to Miss Kathy Ann Guill, ac­cording to Comanche County Marriage Book 16, page 134. Of Lonnie Roy Goins and Kathy Ann Guill Goins nothing more is known.

Lewis Lee Goins, third child of Roy Albert Goins and Callie Carolyn Muhlke Goins, was born October 14, 1955, according to Brown County Birth Book 22, page 431. He appeared as an 11-year-old in the household of his parents in the 1966 city di­rectory of Brownwood.

Darrell Ray Goins, fifth child of Roy Albert Goins and Callie Carolyn Muhle Goins, was born May 7, 1958, according to Brown County Birth Book 1958, page 1182. He appeared in the 1966 city directory of Brownwood as an eight-year-old.

Gary Don Goins, sixth child of Roy Albert Goins and Callie Carolyn Muhle Goins, was born July 19, 1959, according to Brown County Birth Book 1959, page 1709. He appeared as a seven-year-old in the 1966 city directory of Brownwood living in the home of his parents.

John Columbus Goins, a namesake of his grandfather and sev­enth child of Roy Albert Goins and Callie Carolyn Muhle Goins, was born September 27, 1961, according to Brown County Birth Book 1961, page 2851. He appeared as a five-year-old in the 1966 city directory of Brownwood living in the home of his parents.

Orville Gene Goins, eighth child of Roy Albert Goins and Cal­lie Carolyn Muhle Goins, was born August 11, 1963, accord­ing to Brown County Birth Book 1963, page 5122. He ap­peared in the 1966 city directory as a three-year-old living in the home of his parents.
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Nettie Faye Goins died July 07, 1985 according to Henderson County death records.
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Gracie Gowan, a negro, age 71 died December 24, 1938, ac­cording to Henderson County Death Book 5, page 16.
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Toby Gowan, a negro, age 34, died April 9, 1938, according to Henderson County Death Book 4, page 497.
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Frank Gowans died February 7, 1961 in Henderson County, Texas according to BVS File No. 15985.
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Barney H. Guynes was born in Athens, Texas about 1905. He was married to Eris Onetta Holsenback December 8, 1924 in Lovington, New Mexico. In 1948 they removed to Snyder, Texas where he was employed as a carpenter. He, a Jehovah’s Witness, continued there when he died January 16, 1990. He was buried in Hillside Memorial Gardens.

Survivors included his wife, three daughters, Margaret John­son of Ruidoso, New Mexico, and Sue Locke and Shirley Hazle, both of Snyder; seven sons, B. C. of Leuders and Billy Joe, Willie Ray, J.T, Walter, Tommie Lee and Donnie, all of Snyder; two sisters, Cassie Carter of San Antonio and Emmer McFarland of Seagraves and two brothers, Tommy Guynes and Zack Guynes, both of San Angelo.
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Nelda Dee Sutton was born September 9, 1938 to Anderew Emeron Sutton and Sadie Marie Goine/Sadie Marie Goins, according to Henderson County birth records.
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Otis Sutton was born February 8, 1933 to Otis Sutton and Ida Mae Goins Sutton, according to Henderson County birth records.

HOWARD COUNTY, TEXAS

Ambrose Hayward Goings died May 22, 1966 according to Howard County death records.

123 Hidalgo Co, TX

HIDALGO COUNTY, TEXAS

Debora Kay Goin was born November 2, 1961 in Hidalgo County, according to BVS File 210766.
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Ervin Alfred Goin died March 19, 1938 in Hidalgo County, Texas, according to the BVS File No. 113690.
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A. D. Goines died June 8, 1927 in Hidalgo County, according to BVS File No. 20423.

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William Preston Goines was born November 18, 1926, in Hidalgo County, according to BVS File 74053.

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George R. Goins (51) married Rita L. Lujan (28) on August 10, 1974 according to Hildalgo County marriage records.
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Neri Gowan was born March 15, 1927 in Hidalgo County, according to BVS File No. 18839.
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Thomas Boyd Gowin died April 10, 1980 according to Hidalgo County death records.
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Eula Doris Gowing was born in Hidalgo County February 3, 1932, according to BVS File No. 13810.
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Tommy Glenn Gowing was born in Hidalgo County July 16, 1957, according to BVS File 147283.
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Nancy Ruth Goyne was born September 1, 1931 in Hidalgo County, according to BVS File 77404.
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Carrie Ellen Goynes died April 10, 1968 according to Hidalgo County death records.
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Dorothy Goynes died December 22, 1958 in Hidalgo County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 73527.
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Ethel Gertrude Goynes was born December 15, 1947 in Hi­dalgo County, according to BVS File 160831.
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William Henry Goynes died February 1, 1960 in Hidalgo County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 13810.

HILL COUNTY, TEXAS

William Goens, “of Hill County, Texas,” received a deed from Richard Kimball, by attorney, April 13, 1867 to 50 acres in Survey 92, “part of Kimball Bend Estate” at Kimball, Texas for $200, according to Bosque County Deed Book 1, page 80.

William Goens and Charlotte Goens, “of Somerville County, both deceased” by W. S. Weeks, administrator, gave a deed to J. C. Tuggle in one half of Survey No. 92 in Kimball Bend Estate, “land on Spring Creek” for $40 November 17, 1879, according to Bosque County Deed Book R, page 459. A similar deed was made to A. T. Harris, according to Bosque County Deed Book V, page 47.
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Jess Gowin was married to Mrs. Effie Faye Coffee in 1967 in Hill County, according to Marriage Book 30, page 498. Of Jess Gowin and Effie Faye Coffee Gowin nothing more is known.
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Mrs. A. V. Gowin received a sheriff’s deed from Jack Hayes July 5, 1900 to two acres in the Austin Survey for $26.98, ac­cording to Hill County Deed Book 68, page 418.

HOCKLEY COUNTY, TEXAS

Brady C. Goen (19) married Virginia A. Edwards (17) on July 28, 1975 according to Hockley County marriage records.
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George Dewey Goen died September 25, 1979 according to Hockley County death records.
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Claud Goins was the father of a child born in Hockley County, September 15, 1935, according to BVS File No. 75633.
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Miss Vickie Elaine Goins was married to Charles Carroll Arnold April 4, 1964, according to Hockley County Marriage Book 7, page 87.
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Cecil Whitman McGowen, Jr. died December 24, 1986 according to Hockley County death records.

HOOD COUNTY, TEXAS

No families of Gowen or spelling variations appeared in the 1880 census of Hood County.
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Larry Goin was married to Norma Lee Henderson December 31, 1966, according to Hood County Marriage Book O, page 135. Of Larry Goin and Normer Lee Henderson Goin nothing more is known.
Larry Goin (36) married Nelda L. Newman (33) on September 21, 1979 according to Hood County marriage records.
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Richard Herbert Goins (21) married Radonna May Price (17) on July 28, 1966 according to Hood County marriage records.

HOPKINS COUNTY, TEXAS

R. C. Goens, son of Jim Goens, a native of Alabama, was born in Texas October 20, 1891. He was married about 1914, wife’s name Rena. He became a minister and was preaching in Sul­phur Springs, Texas when he died. He died October 17, 1946 of a coronary occlusion in Gregg County, Texas, ac­cording to Gregg County Death Certificate 4988. He was buried at Lin­dale, Texas, according to Mrs. Rena Goens, in­formant of 125 College Street, Sulphur Springs.
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Andrew Jackson Goins was born in North Carolina in 1836. In 1880 he was living in Hopkins County, Texas where a son, David Andrew Goins, was born.

Andrew Jackson Goins was married to Mrs. M. E. Babb September 8, 1892, according to Franklin County Marriage Book C, page 74. Apparently Mrs. M. E. Babb was his second wife. Andrew Jackson Goins and Mrs. E. M. Babb Goins, gave a deed to 120 acres of land located eleven miles south of Mt. Vernon, Texas, to H. W. Whittle for $360 September 21, 1896, according to Franklin County Deed Book E, page 351.

Andrew Jackson Goins was married a third time to Cassie John Connor in 1901, according to Hopkins County Marriage Book 11, page 247. She was 30; he was 65.

On February 9, 1901, Andrew Jackson Goins and Cassie John Connor Goins gave a warranty deed to 31 acres of land located eight miles northeast of Sulphur Springs, to Frank Charlton for $124, according to Hopkins County Deed Book 46, page 92.
In 1903 Andrew Jackson Goins, age 67, was a farmer near Sulphur Bluff, Texas.

On September 13, 1903, the third child of Andrew Jackson Goins and Cassie John Connor Goins, Sammie Durewint Goins, was born. Two previous children of the mother were deceased by that time.

Andrew Jackson Goins died January 18, 1904 at the age of 68, according to Titus County Death Book 1, page 3. Cassie John Connor Goins was later remarried, husband’s name Page. In November 1942, Cassie John Connor Goins Page lived at Route 4, Box 37, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Children born to Andrew Jackson Goins include:

Frank Y. Goins born about 1872
David Andrew Goins born in 1880
Minnie Goins born about 1882

Children born to Andrew Jackson Goins and M. E. Babb Goins are unknown.

Children born to Andrew Jackson Goins and Cassie John Con­nor Goins include:

Sammie Durewint Goins born September 13, 1903

Frank Y. Goins, son of Andrew Jackson Goins, was born about 1872. He was married about 1892. wife’s name unknown. His wife died sometime after 1895. Two children were born to this union. They lived in Hopkins County in 1895.

Frank Y. Goins was remarried to Dona Cheryl Stevenson Au­gust 17, 1899. according to Franklin County Marriage Book C, page 387. A daughter was born to this union.

Frank Y. Goins died July 10, 1912 in Hopkins County accord­ing to BVS File 17954. One report states that Frank Y. Goins died in New Orleans, Louisiana at the home of his sister, Min­nie Goins Sanders.

David Andrew Goins, brother of Frank Y. Goins, was ap­pointed administrator for the estate, according to Hopkins County Probate Book 24, page 321. The estate included cash, stock in Four States Life Insurance Company, Texarkana, Texas, household goods in Anchorage, Louisiana and 1/10 in­terest in some lots at Red Fork, Oklahoma, located four miles from Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Dona Cheryl Stevenson Goins and her daughter Clyde Goins, appeared in Palo Pinto County, Texas, about 1914. Palo Pinto County Probate Book 2, page 222 records that she had inherited from her father $950. D. F. Robertson had been appointed as her guardian, but was relieved of the responsibility February 15, 1917 because the minor and her mother had “left the county.”

Children born to Frank Y Goins and his first wife include:

Claude Goins born in 1893
Maude Anna Goins born June 26, 1895

Children born to Frank Y. Goins and Dona Cheryl Stevenson Goins include:

Clyde Goins born about 1905.

Claude Goins, first child of Frank Y. Goins, was born in 1893 probably in Hopkins County. When his father died in 1912, Claude Goins was still a minor, and his uncle, David Andrew Goins, was appointed his guardian and administrator of the es­tate. The estate consisted of 67 acres of land located in Franklin County about eight miles south of Mt. Vernon, two lots in Red Fork, Oklahoma and $1,500 in cash, according to Franklin County Probate Book H, pages 11, 12, 13, 14, 65, 66, 67, 68, and 69.

Maude Anna Goins, second child of Frank Y. Goins, was born June 26, 1895 in Hopkins County, according to BVS File 683208. When her father died in 1912, Maude Anna Goins was still a minor at age 17, and her uncle, David Andrew Goins, was appointed her guardian. She participated in the estate settle­ment.

Clyde Goins, first child of Frank Y. Goins and Dona Cheryl Stevenson Goins, was born about 1905, probably in Hopkins County. She was taken to Palo Pinto County by her mother about 1914. She received an inheritance from the estate of her father of about $960. They left Palo Pinto County before February 15, 1917.

“Miss Clyde Goins” was married to S. W. Buchanan December 23, 1923, according to McCullough County, Texas Marriage Book F, page 89.

David Andrew Goins, second known child of Andrew Jackson Goins, was born in 1880 in Hopkins County. He was married to Laura Arnold September 13, 1908, according to Franklin County Marriage Book D, page 440. She was born in Titus County, Texas in 1881.

From 1909 through 1913, David Andrew Goins was a hardware salesman living in Mt. Vernon. He was the administrator of the estate of his brother, Frank Y. Goins in 1912. David Andrew Goins died August 6, 1925, according to Titus County Death Book 2MP, page 9.

Laura Arnold Goins lived at 307 S. Jefferson, Mt. Pleasant, Texas, in 1943. She died July 25, 1961 in Titus County, ac­cording to BVS File 48812.

Children born to them include:

Winona Goins born September 22, 1909
Gertrude Goins born February 9, 1911
Charles Rodney Goins born July 13, 1913
[daughter] born April 10, 1919

Winona Goins, first child of David Andrew Goins and Laura Arnold Goins, was born September 22, 1909, according to BVS File 937577.

Gertrude Goins, second child of David Andrew Goins and Laura Arnold Goins, was born February 9, 1911 at Mt. Vernon, according to Franklin County Delayed Birth Book 1, page 205. On January 12, 1968, she was living at 109 Cedar, Mt. Pleasant, Texas.
Charles Rodney Goins, third child of David Andrew Goins and Laura Arnold Goins, was born July 13, 1913, at Mt. Vernon, Texas, according to Franklin County Delayed Birth Book 8, page 1
A daughter, name unknown, was the fourth child born to David Andrew Goins and Laura Arnold Goins. She was born April 10, 1919 at Mt. Pleasant, according to Titus County birth records.
Minnie Goins, believed to be the third child of Andrew Jackson Goins and Mrs. E. M. Babb Goins was born about 1882. She was married about 1900 to Walter Sanders. It is possible that Walter Sanders and Minnie Goins Sanders later lived at New Orleans, Louisiana. It is reported in probate records that her brother, Frank Y. Goins, died at her home.
Sammie Durewint Goins, third child of Andrew Jackson Goins and Cassie John Connor Goins, was born September 13, 1903 at Sulphur Bluff, according to Franklin County birth records and BVS File 723362. His birth certificate stated that two pre­vious children of the mother were deceased. It is believed that he lived near Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1942, The address of his mother at that time was Route 4, Box 37, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Donna Goines was married to D. F. Robertson January 28, 1906, according to Hopkins County Marriage Book 12, page 179.
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Mildred Goines gave a deed to A. M. Davison to 100 acres lo­cated seven miles east of Sulphur Springs which she had inherited,. according to Hopkins County Deed Book 144, page 577. The date of the deed was June 7, 1940.
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Camey Faye Gowen died December 01, 1990 according to Hopkins County death records.
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Cleveland Oneal Gowen died September 16, 1988 according to Hopkins County death records.
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Collis M. Gowen died June 06, 1976 according to Hopkins County death records.
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Gary L. Gowen (20) married Debra J. Qualls (16) on October 10, 1970 according to Hopkins County marriage records.
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Alfie G. Gowin died October 15, 1978 according to Hopkins County death records.
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Elige Gowin died January 17, 1993 according to Hopkins County death records.
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Henry C. Gowin (47) married Patsy A. Rushing (40) on June 12, 1978 according to Hopkins County marriage records.

Henry C. Gowin (51) married Glenrose Brinker (60) on July 27, 1982 according to Hopkins County marriage records.
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James Lawrence Gowins died June 12, 1994 according to Hopkins County death records.

HOUSTON COUNTY, TEXAS

Fannie Goen/Goyen Johnson died in Houston County March 19, 1937. She was born in 1854 to parents unknown. She was married to James B. Johnson about 1870.
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Charles F. Goines was married August 25, 1912 to Minnie Brumley, according to Houston County Marriage Book 11, page 97. Children born to Charles F. Goines and Minnie Brumley are unknown.
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J. W. Goins was married to Ada Ellen Brinkley December 24, 1886, according to Houston County Marriage Book 1, page 403. Children born to J. W. Goins and Ada Ellen Brinkley Goins are unknown.
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Deidra S. Goynes died September 18, 1973 according to Houston County death records.
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Jesse Goynes died July 04, 1968 according to Houston County death records.
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Joe Allen Guynes died January 15, 1992 according to Houston County death records.

HOWARD COUNTY, TEXAS

William T. Gowen (39) married Billie R. Collins (32) on January 26, 1973 according to Howard County marriage records.

HUNT COUNTY, TEXAS

J. M. Goein died September 28, 1941 in Hunt County, accord­ing to BVS File 42318.
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A. C. Goen, an employee of Greenville Grain Company, lived at 3014 Stuart, according to the 1966 city directory.
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Alice Lorine Goen was born in Hunt County, November 3, 1920, according to the BVS File No. 61583.
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Allie Ray Goen died February 14, 1991 according to Hunt County death records.
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E. A. Goen was the parent of an infant born October 18, 1913 in Hunt County, Texas, according to BVS file No. 34558.
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Evan F. Goen was born in Hunt County October 1, 1959, ac­cording to BVS File 190744.
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Everett Lonnie Goen (40) married Carolyn Wester Smith (21) on November 23, 1966 according to Hunt County marriage records.
Everett L. Goen Jr. (52) married Carolyn Smith (33) on May 26, 1978 according to Hunt County marriage records.
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Frank Goen died August 17, 1977 according to Hunt County death records.
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Mrs. Frank Goen, daughter of E. P. Sprinkle and Cloia Freeman Sprinkle who were married in 1893, was a resident of Greenville in 1938 when her father died, according to his obituary published in the “Greenville Messenger” in its October 6, 1938 edition.
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Grace May Goen, white female, was born February 4, 1908, according to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 12, page 182.
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Hattie Helen Couch, daughter of John Couch and Louise Burchett Couch, was born March 17, 1899 in Virginia. She was married about 1920. Her husband’s name was Goen. He died October 10, 1921 of nephritis in Greenville, Texas, according to Hunt County Death Book 3, page 58. J. W. Goen of Caddo Mills was the informant. Hattie Helen Couch Goen was the mother of an infant which died October 7, 1912, in Hunt County, according to BVS File 23764.
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Helen S. Goen died June 13, 1974 according to Hunt County death records.
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Henry H. Goen died November 17, 1972 according to Hunt County death records.
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James Franklin Goen was born April 16, 1941 in Hunt County, according to BVS File 35351.
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Jeffery Rooney Goen was born in Hunt County February 8, 1949, according to BVS File 22171.
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John Anderson Goen, white male, was born in Hunt County, Texas July 3, 1915, according to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 1, page 335.
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Julie Virlency Goen was married to James W. Cathey in 1936, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 28, page 50.
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Kenneth Carlton Goen was born in Hunt County October 5, 1920, according to BVS File 64186.
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Kenneth Lee Goen, who was born in Greenville, Texas November 8, 1924, according to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 10, page 553, enlisted in the U.S. Army March 12, 1943 and served in the Normandy invasion. He was discharged November 23, 1945 and went to Anton, Texas, where he was employed as a truck driver. This information was contained in his discharge records, according to Hockley County Discharge Book 3, page 226. Kenneth Lee Goen was married shortly after his discharge to Patsy Ponder who was born in Hale Center, Texas.

Children born to Kenneth Lee Goen and Patsy Ponder Goen include:

Boyd Wayne Goen born February 1, 1949

Boyd Wayne Goen, son of Kenneth Lee Goen and Patsy Evelyn Ponder Goen, was born February 1, 1949. He was married September 14, 1968, to Dorris Jenette Ruth who was born in 1953, on according to Parker County Marriage Book 39, page 243.

One year later, Boyd Wayne Goen and Dorris Jenette Ruth Goen gave a warranty deed to Nona Faye Webster for property in Hockley County, Texas, according to Hockley County Deed Book 267, page 283.
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Laura Webb Goen died June 12, 1965 according to Hunt County death records.
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Opal Betty Goen died August 18, 1998 according to Hunt County death records.
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Ruben A. Goen, an employee of Frank’s World, his wife Brenda C. Goen and their child, Lorrie Goen, lived at 4316 O’Neal, according to the 1970 city directory of Greenville. Lorrie Goen was born in 1967.
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Theresie Laverne Goen was married to Jack Carroll Phillips in 1918, according to Hunt County marriage Book 34, page 304.
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Trent W. Goen died August 31, 1977 according to Hunt County death records.
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Wayne Goen was born October 18, 1913, according to Hunt County Birth Book 1, page 492.
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William Don Goen was born June 14, 1933 in Hunt County, according to BVS File 45368.
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William E. Goen, a truck driver for White Star Laundry, and his wife, Beulah Goen, lived at 3014 Barling Street, according to the 1949 city directory of Greenville, Texas.
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William Leroy Goen was born in Hunt County, September 27, 1917, according to BVS File 4115.
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George Goens was born October 12, 1921 in Hunt County, ac­cording to BVS File 60357.
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Allen Dwain Goin was born July 28, 1961, in Hunt County, according to BVS File 144368.
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Annie Goin was listed in the 1970 and 1972 city directory of Greenville, Texas, living at 2815 Shreveport Avenue.
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Carlos Dwain Goin and Charles Ray Goin, twins, were born in Hunt County, February 1, 1941, according to BVS Files 149444 and 149443.

Carlos Dwain Goin was married to Sherry Luanne Brooks in 1960, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 38, page 41. Of Carlos Dwain Goin and Sherry Luanne Brooks Goin nothing more is known.

In 1965 and 1966 Charles Ray Goin, an employee of LTV, and Lynne Evans Perrine Goin, a bookkeeper, lived at 2617 O’Neal, according to the Greenville city directory. Lynne Evans Perrine Goin was employed by the First National Bank in 1966.

Children born to Charles Ray Goin and Lynne Evans Perrine Goin include Gregory Charles Goin who was born April 10, 1966, according to Hunt County Birth Certificate No. 30171.
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Carol Elaine Goin was born December 20, 1942 in Hunt County, according to BVS File 132353. She was married to Louis Wayne Hudson November 11, 1961, according to Tarrant County, Texas Marriage Book 127, page 476. Apparently the marriage was annulled because Carol Elaine Goin was again married May 28, 1962, to Ronald F. Jenkins, according to Rockwell County, Texas Marriage Book 41 page 309.
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Charles Dulas [?] Goin was born January 8, 1906 in Hunt County, according to BVS File 1304508.
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D. V. Goin was the father of an infant that died January 18, 1940 in Hunt County, according to BVS File No. 3674.
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David Leslie Goin was born April 27, 1961 in Hunt County according to BVS File 84892.
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Glen Goin died December 29, 1973 according to Hunt County death records.
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Glendell Goin was born in Hunt County October 30, 1939, ac­cording to BVS File 90229. She was married to George Don Graham in 1958, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 37, page 224.
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Harvey Morgan Goin, white male, was born August 30, 1908. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy July 30, 1943 and served as a sea­man first class aboard the USS Maryland. He was discharged October 6, 1945, according to Hunt County Discharge Book 5, page 67. At the time of his discharge, he showed an address of Box 31, Wolfe City, Texas and his employer was the Dallas Police Department, Dallas, Texas.
“Harvey M. Goin of Dallas County, Texas,” gave a royalty deed to Pan American Petroleum Corporation February 18, 1963, to property in Van Zandt County, Texas, according to Van Zandt County Deed Book 550, page 131.
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Hazel Pearl Goin died August 20, 1993 according to Hunt County death records.
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Helen Dale Goin was a student at East Texas State Teachers College, Commerce, Texas, in 1937 and in the spring of 1940. Her address at that time was listed as 1806 Mayo, Commerce.
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Herman Goin, a painter for Murphey Boat Works, his wife, Evelyn Goin and three children lived at 2307 Church Street, according to the 1959 city directory of Greenville.
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Jerry Don Goin, white male, was born October 29, 1938, ac­cording to Hunt County Probate birth book 30, page 594. He was the father of Jerry Don Goin, Jr. who was born in Dallas County, Texas, April 30, 1962, according to BVS File 78139.
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John Madison Goin was born in Hunt County January 18, 1944, according to BVS File 7698.
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Larry Glen Goin was born May 9, 1965 in Hunt County, ac­cording to BVS File 74501.
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Lena Goin died November 16, 1952 in Hunt County, Texas, according to Bureau of Vital Statistics File No. 55196.
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Linda Goin, a teacher at Greenville Junior High School, was listed in the 1972 city directory of Greenville living at 6002 Stonewall.
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May Goin died January 26, 1957 in Hunt County, Texas, ac­cording to BVS File No. 349.
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Miniola Goin, a dishwasher at the Terminal Cafe, lived at 2307 Mill Avenue in Greenville, according to the 1949 city directory.
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Otha D. Goin died April 08, 1972 according to Hunt County death records.
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Sam Goin was the father of an infant born in Hunt County, Texas, July 3, 1915, according to BVS File 27521.
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Shellie Goin was born in Hunt County February 25, 1956, ac­cording to BVS File 48211.
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Virgil Goin was married to Annie Mae Ansley in 1937, ac­cording to Hunt County Marriage Book 28, page 415. Of Vir­gil Goin and Annie Mae Ansley Goin nothing more is known.
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Annie Goines was the mother of an infant born in Hunt County March 18, 1921, according to BVS File 17247.
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Barbara Goins was married to Kenneth Turner Fielder in 1956, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 36, page 627.
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C. A. Goins died November 4, 1904 at 18 months of age at Kingston, Texas, of unknown causes, according to Hunt County Death Book 1, page 59.
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Gracie Goins was married to R. M. McDonald in 1925, ac­cording to Hunt County Marriage Book X, page 85.
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J. T. Goins, “of Hunt County,” received a warranty deed to a lot in Commerce, Texas from W. F. Arnold for $224 on September 23, 1895, according to Hunt County Deed book 81, page 204.
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Maudie Goins was married to Earl Vice in 1925, according to Hunt County Marriage Book X, page 183.
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Nora Goins died November 8, 1956 at Ladonia, Texas, accord­ing to Hunt County Death Certificate No. 11309.
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Paul X. Goins appeared in the index to criminal minutes in Hunt County records. His was Case No. 18230. The DWI case was dismissed November 20, 1961 for lack of evidence.
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Paulina Goins married Sam Wright on November 15, 1900 in Hunt County, according to Hunt County marriage records.
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Roy Burton Goins was born May 9, 1904 in Hunt County, ac­cording to BVS File No. 122706.
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W. C. [or M. C.] Goins received a release on 50 acres of land August 17, 1895, according to Hunt County Deed Book 80, page 563.
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Miss Maude Gowan was married to Oscar Ragsdale October 8, 1921, according to Hunt County Marriage Book U, page 604.
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Rillie Gowan married Robert Cathern on August 25, 1895 in Hunt County, according to Hunt County marriage records.
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Charles V. Gowans was married to Laurene Frances Cooper in 1954 in Hunt County, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 36, page 87. In 1974 the Rev. Charles V. Gowans, a post office employee, and Laurene Frances Cooper Gowans lived at 1620 Gattling Street, Texarkana, Texas, according to the city directory.
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An unidentified Gowen died at Wagner, Texas, September 18, 1903 of heart disease, according to Hunt County Death Book 1, page 34.
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Robert Gowen was married to M. A. Noland December 28, 1877, according to Hunt County marriage records. Of Robert Gowen and M. A. Noland Gowen nothing more is known.
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William T. Gowen (40) married Mary L. Dunlap (30) on March 15, 1974 according to Howard County marriage records.
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Elmer Gowin died August 16, 1980 according to Hunt County death records.
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Perry P. Gowin (27) married Ina R. Coston (32) on October 27, 1978 according to Hunt County marriage records.
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Russell Wayne Gowin was born in Hunt County November 16, 1948, according to BVS File 142652.
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Vicki L. Gowin died July 05, 1972 according to Hunt County death records.
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Rosa Marie Goyens was born in Hunt County July 23, 1048, according to BVS File 81799
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J. A. Goyne received a warranty deed from A. B. Denton April 23, 1887 for 1 3/4 acre 10 miles east of Greenville at a cost of $22, according to Hunt County Deed Book P-1, page 357. J. A. Goyne sold 50 acres located 11 1/2 miles east of Greenville to T. M. Rucker et al October 29, 1897 for $625, according to Hunt County Deed Book 96, page 475.

John Goyne, probably J. A. Goyne above, received a warranty deed from John Streutzill to 50 acres for $300 on August 1, 1884, according to Hunt County Deed Book H, page 325.
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Ruby Goyne was married to James L. Green September 11, 1920, according to Hunt County Marriage Book U, page 360.
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W. Nadine Goyne, a machine operator for Greenville Pant Manufacturing Company, lived at 1312 1/2 Wesley, according to the 1949 Greenville city directory.
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Anna Goynes, colored was married November 25, 1894 to Mark Medlock, colored by R. D. McGee of Greenville, min­ister of the gospel, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 141, page 409
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Danny Goynes, negro, was born November 20, 1953, according to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 43 page 11158.
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Doris Jean Goynes and Norris Dean Goynes, negro twins, were born January 31, 1958, according to Hunt County Probate Birth Book 44, page 88843.
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Mrs. Margie Goynes was married to Leroy Wright in 1958, ac­cording to Hunt County Marriage Book 37, page 345.
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Rosie Marie Goynes died November 8, 1948 in Hunt County, according to BVS files.
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Sandra A. Goynes and her child, LaShundra Goynes, who was born in 1971, lived at 4514 Washington Avenue, according to the 1972 city directory of Greenville. “Sandra Gail Goynes” was married to Windell Venteers in 1972, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 41, page 418.
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Y. Z. Goynes died November 27, 1981 according to Hunt County death records.

HUTCHINSON COUNTY, TEXAS

James Henry Goins, who was born in Louisiana in 1922, was married to Phyllis Audell Mullens, who was born in 1923 in Oklahoma, about 1942. In 1943 James Henry Goins was a foreman with United Carbon Company and resided at 408 North Harvey, Borger, Texas. In 1974 James Henry Goins, a meterman for Southwestern Public Service Company, and Phyllis Audell Mullens Goins, lived at 512 West 5th Street, Borger, according to the city directory.

Children born to James Henry Goins and Phyllis Audell Mul­lens Goins include:

Nancy Carol Goins born December 27, 1943.

Nancy Carol Goins, daughter of James Henry Goins and Phyllis Audell Mullens Goins, was born December 27, 1943, according to Hutchinson County birth Book 5, page 61. In 1964, Nancy Carol Goins was a resident of Amarillo and a student at West Texas State College, Canyon, Texas. On December 31, 1964, she was married to George Wesley Robertson, according to Potter County Marriage Book 31, page 64.
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Mary Nell Goins was married to E. J. Robinson September 1, 1937, according to Hutchinson County Marriage Book 2, page 311.
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Miriam Goins was married to W. D. Morton June 13, 1942, ac­cording to Hutchinson County Marriage Book 6, page 13.
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Roy Goins was the father of an infant born in Hutchinson County May 3, 1936, according to BVS File 37576.
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W. H. “Dub” Goins was married to LaVera Maxine Walker November 21, 1949, according to Hutchinson County Marriage Book 6, page 13. LaVera Maxine Walker Goins was born in Ada, Oklahoma. She received an AA degree from Frank Phillips College, Borger, Texas, in 1952.

She was registrar of the college from 1952 until 1955. She was executive assistant to the president of Frank Phillips College in 1974. In 1971, W. H. “Dub” Goins and LaVera Maxine Walker Goins lived at 16 Primrose Lane, Borger, Texas.

W. H. “Dub” Goins and LaVera Maxine Walker Goins received a warranty deed from Shirley Williams to a lot on Granite Shoals Lake June 15, 1966 for $3, 795., according to Llano County Deed Book 150, page 678. W. H. “Dub” Goins and LaVera Maxine Walker Goins were divorced about 1974.

W. H. “Dub” Goins, a single man, gave a warranty deed to the lot on Granite Shoals Lake to LaVera Maxine Walker Goins November 14, 1974, according to Llano County Deed Book 199, page 395.

In 1969 and in 1974, W. H. “Dub” Goins was branch manager of WesKam Division, Northern Petrochemical Company in Borger, according to the city directory.
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Cecil Guynes died September 29, 1985 according to Hutchinson County death records.

JACK COUNTY, TEXAS

William Goen was married to Charlotte E. Jones September 27, 1958, according to Jack County Marriage book 1, page 5. Of William Goen and Charlotte E. Jones Goen nothing more is known.
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Horace R. Gowan died July 04, 1968 according to Jack County death records.
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Willie Gowing, “minor, of Jack County and a daughter of Amanda Gowing” was adopted by W. R. Page December 18, 1895, according to McCullouch County Texas Deed Book R, page 362.
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R. Percy Goyne gave an assignment to Laura Lou Tolles March 3, 1970, according to the Jack County Deed Book 322, page 103-106.

JACKSON COUNTY, TEXAS

Raymond Gideon Going was born September 9, 1935 at Bat­son, Texas. In 1953 his home was at 312 Louise Street, Edna, Texas. On February 27, 1953, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. He was white and his military occupation while sta­tioned in Okinawa was typist. He was discharged December 21, 1953. He re-enlisted as a corporal October 1, 1956 and was discharged December 11, 1959, according to Tarrant County Discharge Book 112, page 209 and 211.
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Brenda Jean Goins was born in Jackson County, May 9, 1961, according to BVS File 84918.

JASPER COUNTY, TEXAS

Eva Joyce Goines was born in Jasper County July 22, 1946, ac­cording to BVS File 76347.
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Hazel Ruth Going was born in Jasper County January 23, 1942, according to BVS File 140107.
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Shirley Lee Goings was born in Jasper County July 10, 1959, according to BVS File 58658.
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Truman Elroy Goings was born September 21, 1931, according to BVS File 77859.
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Addie Goins died February 15, 1983 according to Jasper County death records.
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Allen Vern Goins died December 5, 1964 in Jasper County, ac­cording to BVS File No. 78562.
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Ambros John Goins died May 31, 1985 according to Jasper County death records.
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Bertie Bell Goins died February 18, 1992 according to Jasper County death records.
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Bessie Lee Goins was born July 27, 1929 in Jasper County, according to BVS File No. 611872.
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Bill Goins, assistant manager of the Market Basket at Port Arthur, Texas, and his wife Mary Goins, were residents of Sils­bee, Texas in 1974, according to the Port Arthur city directory.
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Bob Goins was the father of an infant which died October 11, 1930 in Jasper County, according to BVS File 49248.
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Bob Goins died August 08, 1985 according to Jasper County death records.
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Danny (or Lanny?) Elvoid Goins was born in Jasper County January 31, 1942, according to BVS File 7014.
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Frank Amond Goins was born April 14, 1933, in Jasper County, according to BVS File 30857.
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George Goins was born October 29, 1917 in Jasper County, ac­cording to BVS File No. 47145.
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James Lee Goins was born August 26, 1923 at Evandale, Texas in Jasper County. He enlisted in the U.S. Army March 18, 1943 at Houston, Texas and served as a cook in Battery B, 469th Anti-Aircraft Battery. He served in the Bismarck Archipelago and in New Guinea and in other overseas locations from August 29, 1943 to January 1, 1946. He was discharged January 25, 1946, according to Jefferson County Discharge Book and returned to his home at Rt. 1, Box 168, Silsbee, Texas. He showed his civilian occupation as an asbestos worker.

He was married to Sabatha James Knupple about 1946. Shortly afterwards, he was employed as a log cutter in Silsbee.

Children born to James Lee Goins and Sabatha James Knupple Goins include:

Batha Ann Goins born about 1949.

Batha Ann Goins, daughter of James Lee Goins and Sabatha James Knupple Goins was born November 26, 1948, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 50825.
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Harry Chauncy Goins died December 24, 1966 according to Jasper County death records.
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James Riley Goins was born in Jasper County March 2, 1953, according to BVS File 45268.
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Jamie R. Goins died January 14, 1974 according to Jasper County death records.
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Jennie Goins who was born in 1895, died at Beaumont May 7, 1962 of a progressive vascular collapse, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate No. 41648. The 67-year-old woman was a resident of Silsbee, Texas.
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Jimmie Mack Goins was born March 22, 1911 in Jasper County, according to BVS File No. 184512. “Jimmie Mack Goins” died in McLennan County, Texas January 20, 1936, according to BVS File No. 4019.
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Jimmie Wayne Goins was born June 4, 1940 in Jasper County, according to BVS File 30857.
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Johnnie Lucille Goins was born July 23, 1926 in Jasper County, according to BVS File No. 961864.
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Lance Virgil Goins, an employee of Consolidated Steel, his wife Jean Goins and two children lived at 1012 O’Neilly Court, according to the 1944 Orange County, Texas city directory.

Children born to Lance Virgil Goins and Jean Goins Include:

Lance Virgil Goins, Jr. born August 19, 1938

Lance Virgil Goins, Jr., white, son of Lance Virgil Goins, was born August 19, 1938 in Evandale, Texas, according to BVS File 69456.

He enlisted in the U.S. army January 4, 1957 giving his address as 1640 Doucette Street, Beaumont. He served as an air traffic controller, according to Jefferson County Discharge book 63, page 551.

He was married to Miss Cecile Morvant November 22, 1958, according to Orange County Marriage book 22, page 259.
In June 1963 Lance Virgil Goins, Jr. and Cecile Morvant Goins gave a deed to N. E. McClain to Lot 8, Van Crowder Addition, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1350, page 169.

Children born to Lance Virgil Goins, Jr. and Cecile Morvant Goins include:

Paul Jay Goins born September 19, 1960

Paul Jay Goins, first known child of Lance Virgil Goins, Jr. and Cecile Morvant Goins was born at Port Arthur, Texas, Septem­ber 19, 1960, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 127931.
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Naza Ruth Goins died in Jasper County, February 22, 1942, ac­cording to BVS File No. 8246.
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Phil Goins and his wife, Rebecca Elizabeth Kirkindall Goins, were residents of Jasper County in 1899. Children born to Phil Goins and Rebecca Elizabeth Kirkindall Goins include:

Levi Franklin Goins born November 15, 1899.

Levi Franklin Goins, son of Phil Goins and Rebecca Elizabeth Kirkindall Goins, was born November 15, 1899 in Jasper County. He was a veteran of World War I. He was married about 1920 to Bessie Holmes. In 1929, Levi Franklin Goins and Bessie Holmes Goins were living at Beaumont where he was a mechanic. Later he was employed by Bethlehem Steel Corporation as a machinist.

Levi Franklin Goins received a deed to a lot in Pinecrest Addi­tion of Beaumont March 5, 1932 from Magnolia Implement Company, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 545, page 297. Levi Franklin Goins and Bessie Holmes Goins on March 29, 1943 paid off 10 acres of land in Orange County purchased July 1, 1942, according to Orange County Deed Book 73, page 549. On January 24, 1944, they sold the 10 acres to Floyd C. Kilmer for $2,021, according to Orange County deed Book 77, page 2622.

On December 20, 1946, Levi Franklin Goins deeded Lot 12, Block 109, Pinecrest Addition to his wife, according to Jeffer­son County Deed Book 665, page 191.

Levi Franklin Goins died in Beaumont January 8, 1956 of car­cinomatosis after a 35-year residence there, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate No. 48837. He was listed as a re­tired machinist living at 2510 Buchanan. He was buried at For­est Lawn Memorial Park, according to Bessie Holmes Goins, informant.

Children born to Levi Franklin Goins and Bessie Holmes Goins include:

Levi Franklin Goins, Jr. born about 1922
Mary Maria Goins born May 30, 1929.

Levi Franklin Goins, Jr, son of Levi Franklin Goins and Bessie Holmes Goins, was born about 1922. He was married about 1946, wife’s name Norene. Levi Franklin Goins, Jr. received a deed from C. L. Shaw March 11, 1946 to Lot 11, Block 109, Pinecrest Addition, Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 645, page 495. Levi Franklin Goins, Jr. and Norene Goins sold the property to J. L. Sullivan December 24, 1946, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 648, page 9.

Mary Maria Goins, second child of Levi Franklin Goins and Bessie Holmes Goins, was born at Beaumont May 30, 1929, according to Jefferson County Birth records. On June 14, 1961 she was married to William Harrison, according to Orange County Marriage Book 24, page 303.
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Mary Marguerite Goins was born August 13, 1931 in Jasper County, according to BVS File 68029.
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Mildred Geraldine Goins was born July 13, 1931 in Jasper County, according to BVS File 61461.
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Phillip Goins was born in Jasper County March 26, 1935, ac­cording to BVS File 23682.
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Richard Derwood Goins was born in Jasper County February 13, 1945, according to BVS File 20788.
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Sallie Lucille Goins died October 26, 1966 according to Jasper County death records.
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Shirley Jeanette Goins died December 01, 1998 according to Jasper County death records.
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Shirley Maureen Goins was born July 13, 1936 in Jasper County, according to BVS File 661865. She was married about 1956 to Tom Bob Golden, Jr. who was born in Texas in 1961. They lived in Beaumont, Texas. They were the parents of Jacqueline Gray Golden who was born in Beaumont April 7, 1961.
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Stewart Goins was born October 23, 1925 at Evandale, Texas, according to BVS File 1003963. He enlisted in the U.S. Army March 31, 1944 and stated that he was single, a shipfitter with an address at Route 1, Box 168, Silsbee, Texas.

He served overseas in central Europe from February 3, 1945 to July 28, 1945. He was discharged as a private first class November 26, 1945, according to Jefferson County discharge Book 46, page 535.

He reenlisted the following day at Cooke, California and served overseas from March 15, 1946 to December 14, 1946 as a cor­poral, Company A, 33 Infantry Regiment. He was discharged January 2, 1947, according to Jefferson County Discharge Book 42, page 587.

He was married about 1948 to Peggy Lou Heller, a native of Arkansas. In 1949, Stewart Goins and Peggy Lou Heller Goins lived in Silsbee where he was employed in the insulation busi­ness. He was employed as a grinder in 1951. In 1955 he was an ironworker and lived in a rural area of Orange County, Texas.

On August 7, 1959 Stewart Goins and Peggy Lou Heller Goins received a deed from Edith H. Chance for a lot in Sharp Survey, according to Orange County Deed Book 209, page 519.

Children born to Stewart Goins and Peggy Lou Heller Goins include:

Stewart Gerald Goins born August 31, 1949
David Earl Goins born December 22, 1951
Carl Wayne Goins born January 26, 1955
John Dwain Goins born September 20, 1958

Stewart Gerald Goins, assumed to be the first child of Stewart Goins and Peggy Lou Heller Goins, was born August 31, 1949, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 58480. The family lived at Silsbee, Texas at that time.

David Earl Goins, assumed to be the second child of Stewart Goins and Peggy Lou Heller Goins, was born December 22, 1951 at Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Birth Certifi­cate No. 72047.

Carl Wayne Goins, assumed to be the third child of Stewart Goins and Peggy Lou Heller Goins, was born January 26, 1955, according to Jefferson County Birth certificate No. 509814.

John Dwain Goins, assumed to be the fourth child of Stewart Goins and Peggy Lou Heller Goins, was born September 20, 1958 at Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 114592. The family lived in a rural area of Orange County, Texas at that time..
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Thomas Glendon Goins, Sr. died May 09, 1996 according to Jasper County death records.
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Tommie Joe Goins was born in Jasper County May 19, 1936, according to BVS File 37653.
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William Goins died July 05, 1965 according to Jasper County death records.
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William Gowins was the head of a household in the 1880 cen­sus of Jasper County, Enumeration District 36, page 3, Precinct 1. The household was rendered as:

“Gowins, William 30, born in Louisiana
Jane S. 22, born in Texas
Ann (sp?) 6 1/2, born in Texas, daughter
Mary An (sp?) 13, born in Louisiana, sister
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Annie Esibell Goynes was born in Jasper County September 1, 1919, according to BVS File No. 1103946.
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Ernest Lewis Goynes was born April 5, 1913 in Jasper County, according to BVS File No. 447473.
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Jesse Goynes was born December 27, 1915 in Jasper County, according to BVS File No. 818368.
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Mary Lou Goynes was born September 23, 1942 in Jasper County, according to BVS File No. 1276113.
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Willie Edna Goynes died March 12, 1969 according to Jasper County death records.
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William Guynes/Goins was born in about 1850, according to Betty Gassiot Brown, a descendant of Coleman Texas. He was married about 1873 to Julia Spell, daughter of Sterling Spell, Jr. and Mary Ann Morris Spell. In 1877 they were residents of Jasper County.

Children born to William Guynes and Julia Spell Guynes include:

William Guynes born about 1876
Etta Almendra “Alma”Guynes born December 6, 1877

Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes/Goins, daughter of William Guynes and Julia Spell Guynes was born December 6, 1877 at Rockland, Texas in the extreme northern section of Tyler County, Texas which adjoined Jasper County on the west.

She was married there August 6, 1893, at age 15, to Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot, son of Joseph Adolphus Gassiot. The groom was born July 3, 1871 in Livington, Texas. In 1897 they were living at Livingston in Polk County where he was a farmer. In 1898 they resided at Leggett, Texas, also in Polk County. In 1900 they lived at Ollie, Texas in Trinity County. In 1903 they lived at Holly, Texas in Houston County. In 1908 they lived at Valera, Texas in Coleman County.

He died there April 23, 1945, and she died at Coleman, Texas December 14, 1974 and was buried beside her husband.

Children born to them include:

Burrie Gassiot born August 10, 1895
Horace Reed Gassiot born Sepember 5, 1898
West Texas Gassiot born December 29, 1900
Thomas Cleg Gassiot born July 8, 1903
Leo Birgham Gassiot born August 14, 1908
Roxie Gassiot born November 19, 1910
Imogene Gassiot born December 10, 1915

Burrie Gassiot, daughter of Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot and Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes Gassiot, was born Ausut 10, 1895 at Livingston. She was married at Breckenridge, Texas August 31, 1936 to Pete Schultz. She died March 25, 1938 in Coleman County.

Horace Reed Gassiot, son of Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot and Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes Gassiot, was born September 8, 1898 at Leggett. He was married March 26, 1926 at Coleman to Hallie McElrath. He died January 14, 1969 in San Angelo, Texas.

West Texas Gassiot, son of Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot and Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes Gassiot, was born December 29, 1900 in Trinity County. He was married at Santa Ana, Texas to Bernice L. Freeman July 5, 1924. He died May 11, 1978 and was buried in Valera Cemetery.

Thomas Cleg Gassiot, son of Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot and Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes Gassiot, was born July 8, 1903 at Holly, Texas in Houston County. He was married May 16, 1928 at Santa Ana to Sarah Elsie Bible. He died November 23 at Brady, Texas and was buried in Brady Cemetery.

Leo Birgham Gassiot, son of Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot and Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes Gassiot, was born August 14, 1908 at Valera. He was married December 9, 1929 at McCamey, Texas to Verner Allene Batsell. He died November 23, 1979 at Valera.

Roxie Gassiot, daughter of Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot and Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes Gassiot, was born November 19, 1910 at Valera. She died there November 17, 1924 of typhoid fever.

Imogene Gassiot, daughter of Joseph Alexander “Zan” Gassiot and Etta Almendra “Alma” Guynes Gassiot, was born December 10, 1915. She died of “Spanish influenza” October 22, 1918 and was buried in Trinity Cemetery, Trinity, Texas.

JEFFERSON COUNTY, TEXAS

On March 30, 2000, a message was received from Tslagi02@aol.com stating:

“The Ashworth family was living in Jefferson County when Texas became a Republic in 1836. William Ashworth had moved there from Louisiana in 1831, and many friends and relatives followed him. The Ashworths immigrated to Louisiana from South Carolina in 1799. During the Revolution against Mexico, William and Abner Ashworth paid Gipson Perkins and Elijah Thomas to take their places in the Texas Army. The Ashworths were classified as “free blacks” and were land and slave owners.

By 1850 Aaron Ashworth was the richest man in Jefferson County. Several of the so called “mulattos,” both men and women, married whites and were mostly unmolested for such marriages.

However, tensions resulting from the execution in 1856 of Jack Bunch, a cousin of the Ashworths and the convicted murderer of a deputy sheriff, caused most of the family to leave the area shortly thereafter.” The killing of the deputy and hanging of Bunch caused a feud between a group of whites known as Moderators and the “free blacks” who then organized as the Regulators. The Regulators included, among others, Sheriff Glover, Bennett Thomas, John C. Moore, Joel Brandon, and Burwell Alexander. Moore was caught counterfeiting money which did nothing to ease tensions. His reproduction of a St. Louis banknote was almost perfect.

Of the 63 free blacks living in Jefferson County in 1850, 38 were Ashworths. The Republic of Texas passed, in February, 1840, a law which ordered all free blacks to leave the state or be sold into slavery. Three petitions were submitted to the Texas Congress by local whites protesting the removal of the Ashworths. Petitions were also submitted supporting Elisha Thomas and William Goyens. Other petitions from around the state were submitted. The result was passage of the Ashworth Act in December, 1840 which allowed all free blacks who had been in Texas when the Declaration of Independence was made to remain in the state and it exempted from expulsion David and Abner Ashworth who had immigrated after the declaration.”
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Ira Jeane Goen died May 30, 1988 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Ray W. Goens, the son of Rena Bradshaw Goens, was born April 24, 1923, at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County birth records.
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C. E. Goin was married to Adlein Gallier, the daughter of Oscar Gallier of Jefferson County in 1913, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 10, page 44.

In 1959, Mrs. “Adlean Gallier Goin,” a widow, lived at 820 1/2 Lansing, Tulsa, Oklahoma. She leased 118 acres of land in Jef­ferson County to Pan American Petroleum Company August 23,1956, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1062, page 419. She received a release from the company on September 28, 1959, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1188, page 603.
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Judge Goines, a negro laborer for Ireland Shell Barge, and his wife Hattie Goines, a domestic worker, lived in Port Arthur in 1906, according to the city directory.

In the 1911-12 edition he was a bargeman on the “Kentucky” and lived at 135 8th Street. In 1913 he was a laborer and roomed on the west side of Titsingh Avenue in Port Arthur. In 1914 the directory recorded him as “rooming with Albert Davis.” In 1918 he was a laborer for Gulf Refining Company and lived at 608 Houston Avenue. In 1920 he was a laborer for Secrest Construction Company. In 1921 he roomed at 322 Ft. Worth Avenue.

In 1923 and 1925 editions, Judge Goines was a laborer with Gulf Refining Company.. He lived at 322 Ft. Worth Avenue with his wife, Laura Goines.

Judge Goines died April 16, 1932 in Harris County, Texas, ac­cording to BVS File 18487. “Laura Goings,” negro, single, died March 3, 1929 at Port Arthur of acute nephritis, according to BVS File 16584.
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Lyle T. Goines (25) married Tammy L. Audilet (26) on December 21, 1984 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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A white female infant named Going died at birth on August 21, 1930 at China, Texas, according to BVS file No. .
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A white male infant named Going died October 13, 1944 at the age of two days in Jefferson County, according to BVS File 12635.
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A. C. Going of Jefferson County received a deed from J. H. Rachford May 27, 1921 to Lots 17, 18, and 19, Block 2, Port Arthur for $250, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 232, page 224. He sold the property September 24, 1923 for $350 to Manuel Anido, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 232, page 225.
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Charles B. Going died of mercury poisoning at Port Arthur November 20, 1927, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate No. 2747. He was white and married.
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Charles Edward Going, a native of Louisiana, received a deed to Lot 4, Block 3, Park Place, Port Arthur April 15, 1940 from F. J. Imhoff, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 478, page 49. He was employed by Gulf Oil Company in 1940 and 1941, according to the Port Arthur city directory. Daisy M. Going, “widow of Charles E. Going,” appeared in the 1941 city directory of Port Arthur living at 929 Lake Shore Drive. From 1943 through 1952 she lived at 3024 Alamo Avenue, according to the directory.

On April 15, 1964, Daisy A. Going gave an affidavit regarding the heirship of J. E. Meyer, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1382, page 342.

Children born to Charles Edward Going and Daisy M. Going include:

Charles Edward Going, Jr. born about 1929

Charles Edward Going, Jr, only known child of Charles Edward Going and Daisy M. Going, was born about 1929 in Louisiana.
In the 1943 and 1945 city directory of Port Arthur he was listed as an employee of Gulf Oil Company, living in his mother’s home at 3024 Alamo Avenue.

In the 1947-48 edition, he was shown as a chemist continuing to live at 3024 Alamo Avenue. In 1949 he was listed as a chemical engineer at the same address. He was married to He­len Singleton about 1950.

In the 1951 city directory of Port Arthur, Charles Edward Go­ing, Jr. and Helen Singleton Going lived at 3605 Proctor, Port Arthur. In 1952 they had returned to 3024 Alamo Avenue to live with his mother. In 1951 Helen Singleton Going was listed as an employee of Woodrow Wilson Junior High School.

Charles Edward Going, Jr. and Helen Singleton Going gave a deed to Daisy M. Going to their interest in Lot 4, Block 3, Park Place Port Arthur, Texas, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 783, page 469.

Charles Edward Going, Jr. and Helen Singleton Going gave a deed to William N. Backom, Jr. September 12, 1962 to Lot 20, Block 8, Park Place Addition, Port Arthur, according to Jeffer­son County Deed Book 1321, page 16.

Helen Singleton Going brought two charges against her hus­band, Charles Edward Going, Jr, of 2700 34th Street, Beau­mont, one of mental illness and one of chronic alcoholism on July 9, 1965. Both cases were dismissed, according to Jeffer­son County Probate Files No. 24854 and 24855.

Ann S. Harlan was the affiant in an alcoholism charge brought against Charles Edward Going, Jr. May 2, 1967, and he was committed to Rusk State Hospital, according to Jefferson County Probate File No. 26965.

Children born to Charles Edward Going, Jr. and Helen Single­ton Going include:

Charles Edward Going, III born June 17, 1951
John Edmond Going born April 3, 1953

Charles Edward Going III, first known son of Charles Edward Going, Jr. and Helen Singleton Going, was born June 17, 1951 at Port Arthur, according to his Jefferson County Birth Certifi­cate

John Edmond Going, second known son of Charles Edward Going, Jr. and Helen Singleton Going, was born April 3, 1953 at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 79826.
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Charles F. Going, Robert E. Going, Harold A. Going and Alice Evelyn Going Reed, children of Celeste Rexer, received an affidavit of heirship from their mother July 17, 1972, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 865, page 312.
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Florence Going died September 20, 1980 according to Jefferson County death records.
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G. W. Going was married to Pearl L. Wilkerson in 1907, ac­cording to Jefferson County Marriage Book 6, page 429. G. W. Going was the father of an infant which died January 28, 1922 in Shelby County, Texas according to the BVS File 2751.
Of Pearl L. Wilkerson Going nothing more is known.
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George D. Going (22) married Cynthia D. Stevens (19) on August 17, 1985 according to Marriage Book 123.
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John D. Going and others received a deed from Texas Town Lot Company to Lot 6, Block 14, Nome, Texas December 28, 1929, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 353, page 52.
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Leonora Elizabeth Going was born in Jefferson County October 11, 1944, according to BVS File 126179.
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Lester L. Going, an employee of Texas Company roomed at 1120 5th Street in Port Arthur in 1921, according to the Port Arthur city directory.
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Mildred Marie Going died at Beaumont May 22, 1936 of acute bacterial endocaritis, according to Jefferson County death records. She, age 29, was a resident of Nome, Texas and was a married woman.
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Moses R. Going was listed as a laborer for Gulf Refining in Port Arthur, according to the 1929 city directory.
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Raymond G. Going, Jr. was declared an alcoholic by Ethel Booth, affiant, April 3, 1970, according to Jefferson County Probate File No. 30506.
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Raymond G. Going married Lydia A. Miller (36) on October 26, 1974 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Raymond G. Going and Lydia A. Going received a deed to Lot 8, Block 3, Mayfair Addition of Beaumont March 15, 1972, ac­cording to Jefferson County Deed Book 1721, page 8.
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Ashton Jermaine Goings died March 18, 1997 according to Jefferson County death records.
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B. Goings gave a deed to M. B. Word January 21, 1919 to Lot 8, Block 174, Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 178, page 74.
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Bobbie Clytee Goings died October 20, 1986 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Cecelia Goings died October 20, 1972 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Charlie Goings and his wife Eliza Means Goings, negroes, were residents of Beaumont, Texas in 1917 and in 1924, according to Jefferson County birth records.

Children born to them include:

Robert Goings born April 13, 1917
Wilbert Goings born April 7, 19241
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Clyde A. Goings and Hazel Goings of Louisiana gave a deed to Lamar State College June 1, 1970 to Lots 19 and 20, Block 32, Lamar Addition, Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1638, page 450.
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Edward Elmer Goings, a marine diver and his wife Tessie Go­ings, lived at 1948 Seventh Street, Port Arthur with one child, according to the 1943 city directory. Edward Elmer Goings and Tessie Goings received a deed from J. M. Marsh May 15, 1944 to Lot 8, Block 258 in Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 554, page 73.

Edward E. Goings and Tessie Goings made a deed to E. Goings January 12, 1949, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 72, page 326. From 1945 through 1952 they lived at 1709 11th Street in Port Arthur.

Edward Elmer Goings gave a deed to his daughter, Verna Mae Goings, June 9, 1953 to property in Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 899, page 260.

Tress Mary Goings received a deed from B. Theriot September 17, 1955 to Lot 8, Block 59, Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County deed records.

Apparently the couple was divorced and later remarried. Elmer Edward Goings was married to Mrs. Tress Mary Goings in 1955, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 88, page 494.

Tress Mary Goings gave a deed to Terry A. Dionne March 8, 1972 to Lot 8, Block 44, Griffing Park, Texas, according to Jef­ferson County Deed Book 1723, page 495. Tress Mary Goings appeared as “retired” living at 2838 Los Palmos Drive, Griffing Park, according to the 1974 city directory of Port Arthur.
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Elbert Goings, negro laborer who was born June 21, 1884 in Alabama, was married to Mrs. Pearlie Williams in 1943, ac­cording to Jefferson County Marriage Book 51, page 308. He died a widower at Nome, Texas, October 31, 1957 at age 72 years, 4 months, 10 days, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate No. 33337.
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Elmer E. Goings died December 17, 1977 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Lois Eloise Goings died July 06, 1992 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Paul Goings, negro, was born in Louisiana in 1896. He was married about 1920 to Pearl Blanche Royster who was born in Louisiana in 1904. In 1921, Paul Goings and Pearl Blanche Royster Goings roomed at 917 Titsingh Avenue, Port Arthur, according to the Port Arthur city directory. In 1923 he was a laborer to Gulf Refining Company and lived at 2641 5th Street, rear. In 1925 and 1926 he was employed by Inman Chevrolet Company and lived at 2014 Proctor street. In 1927, Paul Go­ings was listed as a mechanic for Inman Chevrolet Company, living at 2145 5th Street, according to the Port Arthur city directory.

In 1929 and 1931 they lived at 1429 Pfeiffer Avenue. From 1933 through 1952 Paul Goings was listed as a porter for In­man Chevrolet, living at 1019 West 14th Street. Two children were listed in the household in 1939.

Paul Goings and Pearl Blanche Royster Goings received a deed from W. S. Carter April 1, 1941 to Lot 10, Block X, Port Arthur Heights, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 492, page 202. Consideration was $950.

Pearl Blanche Royster Goings died November 7, 1966 at Port Arthur of pneumonia and carcinoma, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate No. 50583. Paul Goings, retired, lived at 1021 West 14th Street, Port Arthur in 1974 according to the city directory.

Children born to Paul Goings and Pearl Blanche Royster Go­ings include:

Blanche P. Goings born October 29, 1925
Paul Goings, Jr. born December 25, 1926

Blanche P. Goings, first child of Paul Goings and Pearl Blanche Royster Goings, was born at Port Arthur October 29, 1925, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 82127. She was listed in the city directory of Port Arthur from 1945 through 1952 living in her parents’ home at 1019 West 14th Street. She was an employee of Kress Company at that time.

Paul Goings, Jr, second child of Paul Goings and Pearl Blanche Royster Goings, was born at 2014 Proctor Street, Port Arthur, December 25, 1926, according to Jefferson County Birth Book 21, page 202.

In 1945 he was listed in the Port Arthur city directory as a la­borer living in the home of his parents at 1019 West 14th Street. He was married around 1947 to Cecelia Narcissa, They appeared in the 1947-48 city directory living at 929 West 15th Street.

In 1951 and 1952 they lived at 947 West 15th Street, and Paul Goings, Jr. was employed as a painter by Port Drum Company.
Paul Goings, Jr. and Cecelia Narcissa Goings received a deed from M. H. Hannah III March 3, 1955 to Lot 9, Block 5, Han­nah Estates, Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 969, page 233. They sold the property to Mack N. Han­nah Jr. May 5, 1962, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1304, page 590. In 1974 Paul Goings, Jr., a laborer for Gulf Oil Company, lived at 730 Mobile, Port Arthur, according to the city directory.

Children born to Paul Goings, Jr. and Cecelia Narcissa Goings include:

Michael Carl Goings born November 23, 1947
Paul Goings III born November 26, 1948
Reginald James Goings born about 1950

Paul Goings III, assumed to be the second child of Paul Goings, Jr. and Cecelia Narcissa Goings, was born November 26, 1949 at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County birth records. In 1974 he was living at 1352 West 7th Street, Port Arthur, with his wife Cynthia Goings, according to the city directory.

Reginald James Goings, assumed to be the third child of Paul Goings, Jr. and Cecelia Narcissa Goings was born about 1950 in Port Arthur. He appeared as a student living at 730 Mobile Avenue, Port Arthur in the 1974 city directory.

Michael Carl Goings, assumed to be the first child of Paul Go­ings, Jr. and Cecelia Narcissa Goings, was born November 23, 1947 at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Birth Cer­tificate No. 48753.
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Paul Goings III (22) married Cynthia E. Chavis (21) on October 15, 1971 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Paul Jordan Goings, Sr. died February 27, 1991 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Pearl Goings died November 07, 1966 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Reginald J. Goings (21) married Anita L. Simmons (25) on January 8, 1978 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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William Goings was a laborer for Gulf Refining Company at Port Arthur, according to the 1927 and 1929 city directories of Port Arthur.
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A Goins female infant died August 22, 1947 at birth at Beau­mont, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 16913. The parents lived at Evandale, Texas.
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Ambros Goins, a white laborer, born in Texas, and his wife, Sallie Lucille Hester Goins, were parents of a daughter born at Beaumont August 22, 1947, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 47303. They were residents of Buna, Texas.
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Arthur Goins, Negro, was a laborer for Gulf Refining Company at Port Arthur, according to the city directories from 1925 through 1938. In 1927, he lived at 535 6th Street, wife’s name Geneva.

Arthur Goins was married to Geneva Payton in 1928, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 32, page 609. She was the daughter of Henry Payton and Geneva Payton and was born in Louisiana about 1907. Both of her parents were natives of Louisiana.

From 1931 through 1933 Arthur Goins and Geneva Payton Goins lived at 647 Lincoln Avenue. From 1936 through 1938 he lived at 1001 Dunbar in Port Arthur.

Geneva Payton Goins died May 28, 1936 at Port Arthur of tra­verse myelitis at age 29 years, 2 months, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate No. 2762.

Adell Goins, negro lived at 1001 Dunbar, the address of Arthur Goins in 1936, according to the Port Arthur city directory.

Arthur Goins died in Galveston County, Texas, December 25, 1947, according to BVS File No. 88043.

A confusing entry appears in the death records of Jefferson County. Lionel Goins, negro, who was born in Texas, a son of Lionel Goins and Geneva Payton Goins, died August 29, 1934 at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Death certificate No. 2782. The child died at age 6 months, 16 days of an in­testinal obstruction. If he were born January 13, 1934, it is un­likely that he was the son of Geneva Payton Goins who gave birth to Geneva Goins December 13, 1933.

Children born to Arthur Goins and Geneva Payton Goins in­clude:

Arthur Lee Goins born September 5, 1928
Geneva Goins born December 13, 1933
Robert Isaac Goins born January 24, 1936

Arthur Lee Goins, believed to be the first child of Arthur Goins and Geneva Payton Goins, was born at Port Arthur September 5, 1928, according to Jefferson County birth records.

Geneva Goins, believed to be the second child of Arthur Goins and Geneva Payton Goins, was born December 13, 1933 at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County birth records.

Robert Isaac Goins, believed to be the third child of Arthur Goins and Geneva Payton Goins, was born January 24, 1936 at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate 6478.

Robert Isaac Goins, Jr. was born in Galveston County, Texas November 29, 1961, according to BVS File 206453.
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Audrey Goins, a femme sole, received a deed from W. M. Doty January 21, 1971 to Lot 9, Block 373, Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1667, page 373. Audrey Goins, a beautician, lived at 1827 8th Street, Port Arthur, according to the 1979 city directory.
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Bertie Bell Goins, an X-ray technician and assistant to Dr. F. Y. Kulhmnan, lived at 4211 Ashland Drive in 1943, according to the Port Arthur city directory. She was in his employ through 1952. She lived at 805 9th Street in 1945 through 1949. In 1951 and 1952, she lived at 748 5th Street.

“Mrs. Bell Goines,” an x-ray technician for Fred Y. Kuhlman, lived at 3500 Thomas Boulevard, according to the 1974 city di­rectory of Port Arthur.
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Mrs. Betty Goins was an employee of Texas Company living at 1101 6th Avenue, Port Arthur, according to the 1952 city directory.
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Billy Ray Goins, a native of Texas, and his wife, Shirley Ra­mona Mathyer Goins, also a native of Texas, were residents of Jefferson County in 1957. He was employed as a roustabout in oil field maintenance. In 1962, they lived at Nederland, Texas.

Shirley Ramona Mathyer Goins, the daughter of Elpha Math­yer, received power of attorney from her mother January 6, 1967, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1491, page 128.

Billy Ray Goins and Shirley Ramona Mathyer Goins gave a deed to Charles H. Thomas may 27, 1969 to property in Jeffer­son County, according to Deed Book 1598, page 188.

Children born to Billy Ray Goins and Shirkley Ramona Math­yer Goins include:

Cheryl Leiah Goins born October 29, 1954
Rebecca Ray Goins born November 30, 1957
Gregory Ryan Goins born December 6, 1962

Cheryl Leiah Goins, first known child of Billy Ray Goins and Shirley Ramona Mathyer Goins, was born at Beaumont Octo­ber 29, 1954, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate 89003.

Rebecca Ray Goins, second known child of Billy Ray Goins and Shirley Ramona Mathyer Goins, was born at Beaumont November 30, 1957.

Gregory Ryan Goins, third known child of Billy Ray Goins and Shirley Ramona Mathyer Goins, was born at Beaumont De­cember 6, 1962. His family was residing at Nederland, Texas at that time.
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Brooksie Bernice Jean Goins died July 28, 1982 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Carl W. Goins (17) married Patsy L. Minchew (17) on May 5, 1971 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Clara Goins gave a deed to Charles Charlton August 5, 1889 to her interest in Lot 412, Block 57, Beaumont, according to Jef­ferson County Deed Book 2, page 145. She sold her interest in “the company of the Society of Stars of Consolidation” for $5.00.
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Clarence Edward Goins, negro, “illegitimate son of Katy Goins and an unknown father,” was born at Beaumont June 10, 1935, according to Jefferson County birth records.
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Dan Goins was married to Mrs. Mary Sherrs in 1901, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 4, page 93. “Mary Goins” received a deed from G. C. Vaughn, attorney, January 9, 1907 to Lot 12, Block 5, Sutherland Addition, Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 92, page 426.
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David E. Goins (22) married Mary E. Scott (19) on June 8, 1974 according to Jefferson County marriage records.

David E. Goins (27) was married again to Patricia A. Johnson (32) on July 20, 1979 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Donald L. Goins (22) married Deborah L. Galloway (22) on June 19, 1971 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Dorrell Goins, a negro widow, who was born September 1, 1906 in Louisiana, died September 29, 1957 of congestive heart failure, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate 33026. She was employed as a maid at Beaumont.
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E. L. Goins gave a deed to R. V. Roberts May 23, 1945 to Lot 13, Block 17, Oakwood addition, Beaumont, according to Jef­ferson County Deed Book 579, page 143.
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Edward Goins lived at 2930 11th Street, Port Arthur, according to the 1939 city directory.
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Gregory Wayne Goins was born in Jefferson County April 18, 1963, according to BVS File No. 65223.
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Ida Goins, negro cook, roomed at 720 7th Street, rear, Port Arthur, according to the 1916-17 city directory.
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J. B. Goins (32) married Mary Ruth Haley (26) on March 4, 1968 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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J. M. Goins, trustee, received a bond from Florida Street Baptist Church, November 5, 1969 in connection with a bond issue on Lots 1 and 2, Block 2, Marmion Addition, Beaumont, accord­ing to Jefferson County Deed Book 1621, page 348 and Deed Book 1696, pages 251 and 262.
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Jennie Goins, who was born in Texas in 1895, died May 7, 1962 at Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Death Cer­tificate No. 41648. She was a white, married female and died of a progressive vascular collapse on her 67th birthday. She was a resident of Silsbee.
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Jimmie M. Goins and his wife Edna Goins, of Jefferson County gave a lease to Pan American Petroleum Company September 28, 1965 to Lot 3, Block 2, Highland Park Addition, Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1444, page 169.
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John D. Goins died January 11, 1969 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Joseph Goins, negro, lived at 847 Lincoln Avenue, Port Arthur, according to the 1931 city directory.
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Julia Ann Goins died May 11, 1964 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Katy Goins was the mother of an infant born in Jefferson County June 10, 1935, according to BVS File No. 47836.
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L. B. Goins and his wife, Sadie Goins, gave a deed to Alvin G. Randolph October 18, 1963 to Lot 31, Block 8, Booker Heights, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1353, page 77.
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Lance Virgil Goins died November 10, 1994 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Lavelva Gene Goins was born in Jefferson County August 15, 1928, according to BVS File No. 64035.
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Lee Franklin Goins died June 22, 1979 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Levi Franklin Goins died January 08, 1966 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Lila Fay Goins was born November 16, 1926, in Jefferson County, according to BVS File 74375.
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Louis Clinton Goins was born in Louisiana of parents un­known. He was married about 1948 to Mrs. Rena Mae O’Pry Broussard, widow of Adam C. Broussard who died October 1946. Rena Mae O’Pry was married to Adam C. Broussard November 5, 1950, according to her affidavit recorded in Jef­ferson County Deed Book 1723, page 481. One child, Sharon Marie Broussard Macha, was born to Adam C. Broussard and Rena Mae O’Pry Broussard.

In 1949, Louis Clinton Goins and Rena Mae O’Pry Broussard Goins lived at Beaumont where he was self employed. On March 6, 1951 Louis Clinton Goins and Rena Mae O’Pry Broussard Goins gave a deed to Lot 4, Block 30, McFaddin Second Addition, Beaumont to William D. Pace, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1253, page 451.

Children born to Louis Clinton Goins and Rena Mae O’Pry Broussard Goins include:

Donald Louis Goins born March 10, 1949

Donald Louis Goins, son of Louis Clinton Goins and Rena Mae O’Pry Broussard Goins, was born March 10, 1949 at Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 56379.
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Madge Margarett Goins died March 29, 1998 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Mary Goins died of pulmonary tuberculosis April 21, 1940, ac­cording to BVS File 19877. She was a negro cook who was born in Louisiana in 1886.
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Matthew C. Goins and his wife, Lola M. Goins, received a deed from Strain & Kutscher July 23, 1931, to lots in Beau Terrace, Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 360, page 241.
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Mattie Lorene Goins, white female who was born in Texas in 1906, died of severe burns April 28, 1963, according to Jeffer­son County Death Certificate 43512. She lived in a rural area of Precinct 1.
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Mildred Goins, who was born in Arkansas in 1893, died of acute nephritis December 17, 1922 at Beaumont, according to Jefferson County death records. She, age 29, was married and a morphine addict.
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Ora Lee Jones Goins, the twin sister of Homer Minor Jones was named as the beneficiary of her twin brother in his will June 19, 1964, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1424, page 80.
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Pearlie Goins died April 15, 1968 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Robert Goins, negro, died February 7, 1955 at Beaumont, Texas, according to Jefferson County Death Certificate No. 28872. He was born in Louisiana August 5, 1878. He was a hospital orderly and died of a coronary occlusion at age 76 years, 6 months, 2 days.
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Robert Edgar Goins died July 31, 1993 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Stewart Goins died February 10, 1992 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Tommy J. Goins Jr. married Constance Ramsey (27) on August 14, 1982 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Vernon Lester Goins, who was born in Louisiana, appeared in the 1947-48 city directory of Port Arthur living at 2201 4th Street. In 1949 he lived at 1001 Lakeshore Drive. In 1951 he was listed as an employee of Texas Company. He was married about 1952 to Betty Lou Quincor, a native of Louisiana, and in that year they lived at 1101 6th Avenue in Port Arthur. He was listed as a refinery worker for Texas Company.

In 1960 Vernon Lester Goins and Betty Lou Quincor Goins lived at Groves, Texas. He showed his employment as a lead burner. In 1974 his employment remained the same and they lived at 5410 Lincoln Avenue, Groves.

Children born to Vernon Lester Goins and Betty Lou Quincor Goins include:

Jane Elizabeth Goins born September 15, 1960

Jane Elizabeth Goins, daughter of Vernon Lester Goins and Betty Lou Quincor Goins, was born at Port Arthur September 15, 1960, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 127927. The family lived at Groves at that time.
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William E. Goins and his wife, Laura Goins, in 1922 lived at 511 14th Street, Port Arthur, according to the city directory.
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William N. Goins in 1929 was a laborer for Gulf Refining Company in Port Arthur, according to the city directory.
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Miss Willie M. Goins lived at 1945 Houston Avenue, Port Arthur, according to the 1936 city directory.
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Zodie E. Goins, negro, lived at 915 West 14th Street, Port Arthur, according to the 1945 city directory. On November 5, 1946 he appeared in Jefferson County Probate Court charged with lunacy, according to Jefferson County Probate File No. 100326. He married Audrey P. Mitchell (41) on December 11, 1968 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Arthur Gowan and his wife, Juanelle Pearl Green Gowan, were residents of Port Arthur in 1928. Lora Geraldine Gowan, a daughter, was born to them there July 4, 1928, according to Jefferson County birth records.
==O==
Estelle A. Gowan died December 2, 1992, according to Jeffer-son County death records.
==O==
Joseph V. Gowan in 1923 was an employee of Texas Company and lived at 211 3rd Street, Port Arthur, according to the city directory. He was married to Maryan Marie Oakley in 1923, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 24, page 486. “Joe V. Gowan” sold a lot in Monroe, Louisiana to S. E. Hol­loway in 1937, according to Ouachita Parish, Louisiana Deed Book 259, page 539. Of Joseph V. Gowan and Maryan Marie Oakley Gowan nothing more is known.
==O==
Gerald Winston Gowen was married to Betty Jane Roller in 1959, according to Jefferson County Marriage Book 103, page 340. Of Gerald Winston Gowen and Betty Jane Roller Gowen nothing more is known.
==O==
James M. Gowen, 3970 University Drive, Beaumont, who op­erated Gowen Enco Service at 4595 College “skipped to Penn­sylvania owing Enco several hundred dollars” according to the Enco bookkeeper in Beaumont in 1974.
==O==
Nathan Charles Gowen, negro, was born in Beaumont January 25, 1934. He enlisted in the U.S. Army March 17, 1955 and served as a cook. He was discharged as a private, according to Jefferson County Discharge Book 51, page 327, and returned to his home at 1327 Houston Avenue, Port Arthur
==O==
Thomas E. Goyne and his wife, Linnie Goyne, received a deed from Marvin L. Gooch May 7, 1969, to Lot 3, Block 2, West­field Addition, Beaumont, according to Jefferson County Deed Book 1593, page 154. In 1972 they lived at 8550 Newfield Lane in Beaumont.
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Charles M. Goynes (44) married Barbara M. Ricks (24) on November 14, 1975 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Fred Goynes, white, and his wife Maggie Bell Chapman Goynes, lived at 345 18th Street, Port Arthur, according to the 1927 city directory of Port Arthur. Children born to them in­clude Donald Edward Goynes who was born June 28, 1927 at Port Arthur, according to Jefferson County birth records.
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George Augustus Goynes died March 16, 1979 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Larry A. Goynes (30) married Evelyn K. Webb (22) on October 7, 1978 according to Jefferson County marriage records.
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Kelly Ann Goynes died February 13, 1981 according to Jefferson County death records.
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Morris Wayne Goynes was born in Jefferson County June 11, 1965, according to BVS File 90468.
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Vernon Goynes, laborer, white, native of Texas, and his wife, Judith Pauline Burge Goynes, a native of Louisiana, lived in Beaumont in 1953. Vernon Goynes was later married to Geral­dine McWilliams, a native of Texas. In 1960 Vernon Goynes was listed as a carpenter.

Children born to Vernon Goynes and Judith Pauline Burge Goynes include:

Charles Vernon Goynes born February 11, 1953

Children born to Vernon Goynes and Geraldine McWilliams Goynes include:

Brack Goynes born September 20, 1960

Charles Vernon Goynes, son of Vernon Goynes and Judith Pauline Burge Goynes, was born in Beaumont February 11, 1953, according to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 78864.

Brack Goynes, daughter of Vernon Goynes and Geraldine McWilliams Goynes September 20, 1960 at Beaumont, ac­cording to Jefferson County Birth Certificate No. 127922.
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Gerald Tallie Guynes died February 14, 1981 according to Jefferson County death records.
==O==

Isabelle Guynes died September 28, 1985 according to Jefferson County death records.
==O==
James Guynes died February 23, 1998 according to Jefferson County death records.

JIM HOGG COUNTY, TEXAS

Rodolfo Goinez was born June 14, 1919 in Jim Hogg County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 27892.

JIM WELLS COUNTY, TEXAS

Brett Morgan Goins was born May 28, 1968 in Jim Wells County, according to BVS File 90837.
==O==
Helen Goin Purser died November 01, 1981 according to Jim Wells County death records.
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Rodney E. Goin (34) married Glenda G. Griggs (16) on January 2, 1974 according to Jim Wells County marriage records.
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Revenia Goins died April 24, 1936 in Jim Wells County ac­cording to Texas BVS File No. 21525.
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Mary Alice Gowan died June 9, 1958 in Jim Wells County, ac­cording to Texas BVS File No. 34402.
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Cecelia Irene Goynes was born in Jim Wells County February 8, 1947, according to BVS File No. 25105.
==O==
William David Goynes was born in Jim Wells County May 22, 1948, according to BVS files.

JOHNSON COUNTY, TEXAS

C. E. Goen was a witness to a deed October 29, 1862 from Lewis Goen to William Goen, according to Johnson County Deed Book D, page 518.
==O==
Elizabeth Lewis “Lula” Goen was born October 15, 1863 of parents unknown. She was married in Johnson County July 29, 1880 to Francis Marion Harrell who was born March 8, 1859 in Scott County, Mississippi. He was a son of James Bryan Harrell and Willetta Chorn Harrell, according to the research of Jim Denton.

Elizabeth Lewis “Lula” Goen Harrell died March 19, 1886 in Johnson County. Her husband died there April 20, 1908.

Children born to them include:

Charles Alfred Harrell born about 1881
Thomas Franklin Harrell born October 23, 1883
Lula Myrtle Harrell born in 1886
==O==
F. E. Goen, age 1 died in Cleburne, Texas of miningitis May 20, 1907, according to Johnson County Death Book A-3, page 31.
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Henry Goen and his wife, Cindy Goen were the parents of a son born December 31, 1906, according to Johnson County Birth Book A2, page 50 and a daughter born October 8, 1908, according to Birth Book A‑2, page 53.
==O==
Homer Goen, Jr. died June 13, 1929 in Johnson County, ac­cording to BVS File 31499.
==O==
J. F. Goen was married November 20, 1873 to Miss Sarah Rushing, according to Johnson County Marriage Book 3, page 181. Of J. F. Goen and Sarah Rushing Goen nothing more is known.
==O==
William Goen “of Johnson County” received a deed from Obadiah I. Meadors and his wife, Bathsheba Meadors of Navarro County, Texas to 120 acres located in the Adcock Survey for $150 according to Hill County Deed Book G, page 54. The deed was dated March 24, 1858 and September 2, 1858.

William Goen received a deed from Lewis Goen to 50 acres located “18 miles southeast of Buchanan on the south prong of Chambers Creek” October 29, 1862 for $100, according to Johnson County Deed Book D, page 518. C. E. Goen and W. S. Quinn were witnesses to the deed.

William Goen received a deed to 16.5 acres on Chambers Creek June 12, 1865 from Phillip Walker for $82.50, accord­ing to Johnson County Deed Book, page 787.

On February 4, 1907 William Goen “of Johnson County” gave a correction deed to A. D. Kennard to 120 acres “patented to Obadiah Meadow, assignee of James E. Adcock, according to Hill County Deed Book 103, page 513. Consideration was $200. This is the land that William Goen had purchased in 1858.
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Thomas Franklin Goens was born January 20, 1889 in John­son County, according to BVS File 774345.

“Tom Goen” was the father of a daughter born in Johnson County October 27, 1906, according to Johnson County Birth Book A2, page 49. “Tom Goens” was also the father of a son born January 11, 1908 near Iredell, Texas, according to Bosque County Birth Book 2, page 92.
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Henry Goings and Belle Sparks, negroes, were married November 30, 1897, according to Johnson County Marriage Book 9, page 531. Children born to Henry Goings and Belle Sparks Goings are unknown.
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Henry Goins was married December 28, 1890 to Miss Lou Malone, according to Johnson County Marriage Book 7, page 462. Of Henry Goins and Lou Malone Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Alvis Rex Gowen was born September 22, 1923, in Johnson County, according to BVS File 55823.
==O==
Robert B. Gowins died September 26, 1970 according to Johnson County death records.

JONES COUNTY, TEXAS

Patricia Mae Gowan was born in Jones County May 11, 1951, according to BVS File 72910.
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Everett Donald Goyne was born in Jones County August 28, 1937, according to BVS File 66031. He was married to Joy Yvonne Sedberry December 27, 1954, according to Jones Cacounty Marriage Book 12. page 501. He was remarried to Mrs. Eunice Catherine Hudgens Shivers March 22, 1962, according to Jones County Marriage Book 13, page 587.

In 1962 they lived at 1511 S. Andrews, Odessa, Texas. Everett Donald Goyne, a checker at M System Grocery and Eunice Catherine Hudgens Shivers Goyne lived at 1905 West Pine Avenue, Midland, Texas, according to the 1963 city directory.

Children born to Everett Donald Goyne and Eunice Catherine Hudgens Shivers Goyne include:

Sandra Dee Goyne born February 16, 1962

Sandra Dee Goyne, daughter of Everett Donald Goyne and Eunice Catherine Hudgens Shivers Goyne, was born February 16, 1962, according to Ector County Birth Book 37, page 17.
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Katie B. Goyne died April 28, 1974 according to Jones County death records.
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Naomi Ruth Goyne died October 03, 1990 according to Jones County death records.

KARNES COUNTY, TEXAS

Soloman Gowions was born in Karnes County February 10, 1926, according to BVS File 11886.

KAUFMAN COUNTY, TEXAS

Otha D. Goin Jr. (45) married Norphlette A. Hennessee (35) on September 1, 1978 according to Kaufman County marriage records.
==O==
Claude M. Goins died June 20, 1973 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Leona Goins died April 10, 1966 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Mary Goins was born in Arkansas in 1860 of parents unknown, according to Shirley Hardee, a descendant. She was married “straight off the reservation” to Robert Sharp, as his second wife, about 1885 probably in Indian Territory. By 1886 they were living in Texas.

They were enumerated in the 1910 census of Kaufman County:

“Sharp, Robert born in AL, farmer
Mary 50, born in AR, married for
25 yrs, mother of 10; 7
living
Alonzo 24, twin, born in 1886
Lonnie 24, twin, born in 1886
William Pinkney 18, born in 1892
Samuel 12, born in 1898”

Robert Sharp died December 17, 1917, according to Shirley Hardee. “He had taken a wagonload of cotton into town and sold it for $35. He was followed by two men who ambushed him, robbed him and beat him to death. He was buried in the Henderson County Cemetery at Athens, Texas. The cemetery land was sold in 1919, and his body was “removed and buried in the Proper Cemetery.”

Mary Goins Sharp died of pneumonia in 1927 at Scurry, Texas in Kaufman County.

Children born to them include:

Ola Sharp born in 1882
Alonzo Sharp [twin] born in 1886
Lonnie Sharp [twin] born in 1886
Robert T. Sharp born in 1892*
William Pinkney Sharp born in 1892*
Samuel Sharp born in 1898
Pugsey Sharp born in 1901

Of two of the sons, Shirley Hardee wrote February 7, 1999, “To account for the two sons not in the 1910 census, Robert T. Sharp and Pugsey Sharp died from eating “crows’ bait” by a creek, thinking it was wild onions. It is believed that they died in 1909.
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Lennie Belle Gowin was born in Texas in 1891. She, a single, white female died of pulmonary tuberculosis in North Texas Hospital for the Insane in Terrell, Texas May 6, 1913. She had been there for three years, according to her death certificate.
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Marjorie Ellen Gowin died June 13, 1991 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Tom Edgar Gowing died April 11, 1982 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Tommy G. Gowing (20) married Cindy A. Word (20) on May 27, 1978 according to Kaufman County marriage records.
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Thelma Elizabeth Gowins died April 29, 1993 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Bessie Grissom Guynes died July 28, 1993 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Bernice M. Guynes died February 16, 1975 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Harvey G. Guynes died January 27, 1977 according to Kaufman County death records.
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John W. Guynes died February 16, 1975 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Margaret Inez Guynes died February 09, 1998 according to Kaufman County death records.
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Peter E. Guynes died March 15, 1973 according to Kaufman County death records.
==O==
Ruth Guynes died March 09, 1993 according to Kaufman County death records.

KINNEY COUNTY, TEXAS

Leonard Goins was born in Kinney County, Texas June 10, 1884, according to Texas BVS file 9150-91. “Leonard Goins” died August 28, 1945 in Wichita County, Texas, according to Texas BVS death records.

KLEBERG COUNTY, TEXAS

Donna Lee Goin was born in Klebert County November 4, 1957, according to BVS File No. 216884.

==O==
Earl J. Goin (64) married Ella M. Jenkins (57) on July 2, 1974 according to Kleberg County marriage records.

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George Earl Goin was born April 4, 1964 in Kleberg County, according to BVS File 6461.

==O==
Wayne D. Goin, age 20 was married to Amy E. Kiser, 22 August 20, 1982 according to Kleberg County marriage records.

==O==
Connie Sue Goins was born January 15, 1960 in Kleberg County, according to Texas BVS File 48505.

==O==
Deborah Lynn Gowans was born in Kleberg County August 27, 1957, according to BVS File No. 167382.

==O==
John Ray Goynes was born December 17, 1964 in Kleberg County, according to Texas BVS File 2223093.

KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS

Roger D. Goins (19) married Mary R. Marin (20) on May 29, 1982 according to Knox County marriage records.

124 Lamar Co, TX

LAMAR COUNTY, TEXAS

Bert Goin died July 12, 1923 in Lamar County, according to BVS File 21852.
==O==
F. Goin and his wife M. F. Goin, were the parents of a daughter born October 23, 1905, according to Lamar County Birth Book 2, page 66.
==O==
Kenneth W. Goin (22) married Melinda Hutchison (20) on December 28, 1974 according to Lamar County marriage records.
==O==
Mattie Estelle Goin was married to Donald Royce Cravens June 10, 1971, according to Lamar County Marriage Book 54, page 658.
==O==
Paul Goin, Jr. was born in Lamar County July 26, 1921, according to BVS File No. 42399.
==O==
Rosella Akard Goin died December 24, 1992 according to Lamar County death records.
==O==
Anthony W. Going (22) married Lisa A. Blevins (20) on December 6, 1985 according to Marriage Book 139.
==O==
Phracilla Going married Samuel Cardwell November 1, 1868 according to Lamar County Marriage Book 4, page 193.
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Virgil Aaron Going was married to Neva Nell Payne May 27, 1956, according to Lamar County Marriage book 50, page 185. They were residents of Lamar County in 1957 and 1958. Neva Nell Payne Going, “a mentally ill person,” was committed to the state hospital at Terrell County, Texas November 9, 1966 on the petition of Mrs. Frances Payne, assumed to be her mother, according to Kaufman County, Texas Lunacy Book 16, page 445.

Children born to Virgil Aaron Going and Neva Nell Going include:

Vanessa Beth Going born February 24, 1957
Virgil Aaron Going, Jr. born July 18, 1958
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Earl Goins died September 06, 1977 according to Lamar County death records.
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Frank Goins died April 03, 1981 according to Lamar County death records.
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Levi Goins was married to Mrs. Wharton March 5, 1843 in Lamar County, according to “Early Marriage Records of Texas, 1824-1846.”
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Louise Goins died January 23, 1938 in Lamar County, according to BVS File 3602.
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Robert D. Goins, 42 was married to Linda C. Huffman, 36 June 6, 1985 according to Lamar County Marriage Book 139. Children born to Robert D. Goins and Linda C. Huffman Goins are unknown.
==O==
Billy Ray Gowan died July 25, 1992 according to Mclennan County death records.
==O==
George W. Gowan was married to Sallie Smith July 2, 1893 according to Lamar County Marriage Book 13, page 372. Children born to George W. Gowan and Sallie Smith Gowan are unknown.
==O==
John B. Gowan was born in Tennessee in April 1871, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He was married about 1897 to Ada Bailey who was born in March 1880 in Alabama.

In 1900, John B. Gowan was a deputy sheriff at Deport. He was enumerated in the 1900 census of Lamar County, Enumeration District 86, page 16, precinct 3 as the head of a household consisting of:

“Gowan, John B. 29, born in TN in April 1871
Ada 20, born in AL in March 1880
Ida 2, born in TX in July 1898
Odes 6 /12, born in TX in February, 1900”

About 1902, John B. Gowan stole a horse, according to descendants and fled to Indian Territory to avoid prosecution. He abandoned Ada Bailey Gowan and her babies, and they never heard from him again. Legend is that John B. Gowan married a Choctaw woman and remained in Indian Territory. Ada Bailey Gowan was remarried to G. C. Hoover April 4, 1909, according to Lamar County Marriage Book 21, page 65.

Children born to John B. Gowan and Ada Bailey Gowan include:

Ida Gowan born in July 1898
Otis James Gowan born in February 1900

Ida Gowan, daughter of John B. Gowan and Ada Bailey Gowan, was born in July 1898. She appeared as a two-year-old in the 1900 census enumeration of her father’s household.

Otis James Gowan, son of John B. Gowan and Ada Bailey Gowan, was born in February 1900 in Lamar County. He appeared at age six months in the 1900 census enumeration of his parents’ household. He was married to Mary B. Welchel, a native of Tennessee, about 1924 in Lamar County, Texas. He farmed in Red River and Lamar Counties until 1927 when they moved to Ft. Worth and lived at 2217 North Main Street, according to the 1927 city directory.

In 1933-34 they lived at 3300 Clinton Avenue. In 1935 he was a laborer at Ft. Worth Stockyards and lived at Brookside Acres. They continued to live there until 1942 when they moved to 408 Palmetto. In that year he was listed as a driver for Ft. Worth Stockyards. In 1943 and 1947 he continued with the firm.

In 1960, 1961 and 1962 Mary B. Welchel Gowan was listed as a cafeteria worker at Castleberry School, according to the city directory.

From 1963 through 1967 Otis James Gowan was listed as a watchman for Allied Mills, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. He and Mary B. Welchel Gowan lived at 408 Palmetto Drive from 1963 to 1973, according to the city directory. From 1968 through 1973 Otis James Gowan was a watchman for Mutual Savings & Loan Association, according to the city directory.

Otis James Gowan and Mary B. Welchel Gowan received a warranty deed from W. J. Bailey July 23, 1942, to a lot in Brookside Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1519, page 163.

Otis James Gowan and Mary B. Welchel Gowan were interviewed at their residence at 408 Palmetto, Ft. Worth in February 1973 by Arlee Claud Gowen. He died in August 1975. Mary B. Welchel Gowan later remarried, husband’s name Plant.

Children born to Otis James Gowan and Mary B. Welchel Gowan include:

Jerel Deen Gowan born April 26, 1926
Hazel Louise Gowan born April 29, 1929 Donnie Ray Gowan born May 2, 1945

Jerel Deen Gowan, first child of Otis James Gowan and Mary B. Welchel Gowan, was born April 6, 1926, at Detroit, TX according to Lamar County Birth Book 12, page 212. In 1943, Jerel Dean Gowan was employed by Montgomery Ward & Company and lived at 408 Palmetto, Ft. Worth, the address of his parents, according to the city directory.

Jerel Deen Gowan was married to Betty M. Russell April 15, 1946, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 94, page 401. On December 12, 1947 they received a warranty deed to property in Tarrant County from H.S. Russell, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1962, page 361. Betty M. Russell Gowan appeared as office secretary at Life Insurance Company of America, living at 413 Page according to the 1947 city directory of Ft. Worth.

In 1949 Jerel Deen Gowan was an assembler for Hobbs Manufacturing Company living at 529 Beddell, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1959 he was employed by Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation and lived at 4512 Lawrence Road. On January 6, 1950 Jerel Deen Gowan and Betty M. Russell Gowan gave a warranty deed to property in Tarrant County to Robert Hall, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2152, page 60. On June 28, 1950, he was remarried to Mrs. Melbe Ruth Davis, according to Parker County, Texas Marriage Book 27, page 531.

On October 17, 1950 Jerel Deen Gowan and Betty M. Russell Gowan received a warranty deed from H.S. Russell, according to the Tarrant County Deed Book 2247, page 221.

In 1952, Betty M. Russell Gowan was a stenographer for Davis, Spurlock, and Schattmann, living at 1109 College Avenue, No. 2, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

On June 24, 1953, Jerel Deen Gowan was married to Mrs. Darlene Isabell Lassman, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 111, page 228. In that year he was listed as a welder employed at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation and living at 356 Nursery Lane, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. Darlene Isabell Lassman Gowan was listed as a checker at Wehring Super Market in the 1958 Ft. Worth city directory.

Apparently Jerel Deen Gowan received his third divorce about 1954. On August 7, 1964 Jerel Deen Gowan was remarried to Darlene Isabell Lassman Gowan, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 135, page 63.

In the 1964 and 1965 editions of the Ft.Worth city directory he was listed as a bartender living with his parents at 408 Palmetto Drive.

On May 12, 1967 “Darlene Isabell Gowan, a single woman” received a warranty deed from Jerel Deen Gowan, “a single man, formerly the husband of Darlene Isabell Gowan,” to Lot 2, Block 2, Doss Addition to Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4401, page 900. On August 25, 1967 Darlene Isabell Lassman Gowan was married to Clyde Harding Wanberg, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 144, page 26.

Jerel Deen Gowan was married for the fifth time in 1967, wife’s name Bessie. Jerel Deen Gowan and Bessie Gowan received a warranty deed from Vernon R. Tinsley November 9, 1967 to Lot 31, Block 75 Browning Heights, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4484, page 367.

From 1968 through 1973 Jerel Deen Gowan was listed as a welder living at 4909 Ira, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. Bessie Gowan, was listed in the 1973 directory at the same address as an instructor at Broadway Pre-School Nursery.

Children born to Jerel Deen Gowan and Betty M. Russell Gowan include:

Cheryl Marie Gowan born August 10, 1948

Cheryl Marie Gowan, first child of Jerel Deen Gowan, was born August 10, 1948 in Tarrant County, TX according to BVS File 101145. In 1965 she was listed as a helper at Sherron’s Drive-Inn, living at 121 Berkshire Lane, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1971 she was living at 3200 Hamilton, Apartment 219, according to the city directory. Cheryl Marie Gowan was married to Beecher Noah Washburn, Jr. by a military chaplain March 13, 1971, according to Palo Pinto County Marriage Book 19, page 13.

Hazel Louise Gowan, second child of Otis James Gowan and Mary B. Welchel Gowan, was born April 12, 1929 at Blossom, Texas, according to Lamar County Birth Book 5, page 288.

Hazel Louise Gowan was married to Paul Ray Geer September 21, 1946, according to Parker County, TX Marriage Book 24, page 54. Hazel Louise Gowan Geer was remarried to Tommy Langhum. In 1973 they were living in Ft. Worth.

Donnie Ray Gowan, third child of Otis James Gowan and Mary B. Welchel Gowan, was born May 2, 1945 at Ft. Worth, according to BVS File 57993. From 1963 through 1968, he was listed as a painter for Nu-Way Trailer Manufacturing Company living in his parents home at 408 Palmetto Drive, according to the city directory.

On July 13, 1965 he received a warranty deed from Federal Housing Commissioner to Lot 6, Block G, Arlington Heights Addition of Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4090, page 174. On August 31, 1965 he was married to Nancy Hogan, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 138, page 37.

On October 26, 1965 he gave an affidavit to the public to cover the embarrassment of the Federal Housing Administration stating that although he was a single man and a minor at the time he contracted with the Federal Housing Administration, he would honor the agreement. The affidavit was filed in Tarrant County Deed Book 4134, page 111.

Donnie Ray Gowan and Nancy Hogan Gowan were divorced about 1967. They were remarried August 30, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 147, page 431. Later the couple was again divorced.

On June 27, 1970 Donnie Ray Gowan was married to Linda Armstrong. In 1970 and 1971 Donnie Ray Gowan was employed by Bell Helicopter, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In February 1973 Donnie Ray Gowan and Linda Armstrong Gowan were living at 700 East Glendale, Crowley.

Children born to Donnie Ray Gowan and Nancy Hogan Gowan include:

Michael Dewayne Gowan born about 1967

Michael Dewayne Gowan, son of Donnie Ray Gowan and Nancy Hogan Gowan was born about 1967, probably in Ft. Worth.
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Gowan [or Guyan] Foster, fifth son of James Foster and Ida Killebrew Foster, was born June 23, 1910 at Thomastown, Mississippi in Leake County. He was enumerated at age 10 as “Guyan Foster” in the household of his step-father, Tilman J. Addy and Ida Killebrew Foster Addy in the 1920 census of Lamar County. He was married to Annie Lee Horde who was born November 13, 1913, according to Wanda Lou Foster of Paris, Texas. Gowan Foster became a 32nd degree Master Mason November 17, 1953 while a member of Cedar Grove Lodge No. 403.

Gowan Foster died May 11, 1990 in Shreveport, Louisiana and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Lamar County. She died in Shreveport September 14, 1998 at the age of 84 and was buried beside her husband.
==O==
Essie Mae Gowen died March 6, 1981 according to Lamar County death records.
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Glenn A. Gowen died November 9, 1987 according to Lamar County death records.
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Jess Eugene Gowen died April 9, 1982 according to Lamar County death records.
==O==
Bertie Gowens was married September 25, 1879 to R. D. Turpin, according to Lamar County marriage records.
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Evelon Gowin, the daughter of J. B. Gowin and Mary Phoppel Gowin, was born March 2, 1940, according to Lamar County Birth Book 13, page 67.
==O==
Tennesse Josephine Gowin died August 22, 1992 according to Mclennan County death records.
==O==
Hattie Gowins was married to Charles Bowers October 10, 1899, according to Lamar County Marriage Book 17, page 90.
==O==
Mary Gowins was married to B. B. Morgan March 7, 1895 according to Lamar County Marriage Book 14, page 433.
==O==
Virginia Darlene Gowins was married to John Kosher Duke September 1, 1956, according to Lamar County Marriage Book 49, page 539.
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Mildred C. Gowins was born May 26, 1926 at Windom, Texas. She was married April 20, 1974 at Albuquerque, New Mexico to LeRoy Crubbe, according to Bernalillo County Marriage Book 56, page 96626. He was born March 23, 1908 at Lawton, Oklahoma. They showed their address at 6121 Osuna Road NE, Albuquerque.
==O==
Susan Goynes was enumerated in Lamar County, Enumeration District 77 in the 1880 census as follows:

“Goynes, Susan 28, white female, born in TX
E. B. 9, daughter, born in TX
Jessie 7, daughter, born in TX
William 5, son, born in TX
Cathran 2, daughter, born in TX
and 2 others not registered.”
==O==
Arnold Gowan Sullivan, white, who was born September 10, 1892 in Lamar County was registered for the World War I draft in Ward County, TX.

LAMB COUNTY, TEXAS

Carl Wylie Goen was born in Lamb County November 16, 1948, according to BVS File 143764. He was married to Shirley Kay Butler May 27, 1967, according to Lamb County Marriage Book, page 32. Of Carl Wylie Goen and Shirley Kay Butler Goen nothing more is known.
==O==
Claude E. Goen died December 20, 1970 according to Lamb County death records.
==O==
Dena Lynn Goen was born in Lamb County July 9, 1960, according to BVS File 124803.
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Donald Gene Goen was born in Lamb County June 27, 1950, according to BVS File 80567. He was married to Mrs. Geraldine Reasoner February 14, 1970 according to Lubbock County, Texas Marriage Book 42, page 135. Of Donald Gene Goen and Geraldine Reasoner Goen nothing more is known.
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Ernie D. Goen (20) married Teresa L. Thompson (18) on November 4, 1978 according to Lamb County marriage records.
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James R. Goen (20) married Cynthia D. Willingham (18) on November 28, 1975 according to Lamb County marriage records.
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Jerry Wayne Goen was married to Barbara Ann Franklin May 27, 1967, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 14, page 34. Of Barbara Ann Franklin Goen nothing more is known.

In 1968 and 1969 Jerry Wayne Goen was listed as a bricklayer employed by F. Wright Company, living at 1107-A 41st Street, Lubbock, Texas, according to the city directory. He was mar­ried to Linda Carol Holden September 15, 1971, according to Hockley County Marriage Book 8, page 334. Of Jerry Wayne Goen and Linda Carol Holden Goen nothing more is known.
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Kimberly Dee Ann Goen was born in Lamn County October 15, 1963, according to BVS File 186315.
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Terry L. Goen (20) married Patricia A. Hukill (20) on July 15, 1978 according to Lamb County marriage records.
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Miss Willie Goen was married to William M. Sammon Decem­ber 13, 1925, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 1, page 99.
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Miss Grace Gowan was married to Harold Robinson October 9, 1927, according to Lamb County Marriage Book 1, page 194.
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Rick Douglas Gowens was born in Lamb County December 17, 1954, according to BVS File 228557.
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Bernie Keith Goyne (19) married Brenda Kay Johnson (15) on August 27, 1966 according to Lamb County marriage records.
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Billie Sue Goyne was born April 25, 1933 in Lamb County, Texas, according to BVS File 31360. Billie Sue Goyne was married to Wilbur L. Galloway September 26, 1948, according to Hale County, Texas Marriage Book 11, page 11.
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Iva Dell Goyne was born in Lamb County April 24, 1939, ac­cording to BVS File 33576. She was married July 14, 1956 to Kenneth Dean Harper, according to Hale County, TX Mar­riage Book 13, page 4.
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Royce Neil Goyne died August 17, 1986 according to Lubbock County death records.
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Sarah S. Goyne died March 01, 1976 according to Lamb County death records.

LAMPASAS COUNTY, TEXAS

“James Goen,” a resident of Big Valley, Texas in Lampasas County received a warranty deed from Aaron Prescott and wife of San Saba County, TX for 160 acres of land October 14, 1884, according to Lampasas County Deed Book P, page 489. Deed to the land, which was later located in Mills County, TX, was also recorded in Mills County Deed Book 8, page 539. “James Goen” received a release on his deed of trust Au­gust 15, 1887.

On the following day, James Goyne and his wife, Mrs. R . C. Goyne of Lampasas County [later Mills County] gave a war­ranty deed to William Cooksey August 16, 1887 to 160 acres of land for $600, according to Mills County Deed Book 5, page 582. The land was located 35 miles northeast of Lampasas, TX. James Goyne received a deed from Susan J. Carpenter July 22, 1889 to 40 acres of land in Mills County for $300, according to Mills County Deed Book 9, page 531.
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James C. Goins was born about 1834 in Texas. He was married to Harriett Adoline Dykes in Victoria. James C. Goins died September 4, 1910 in Lampasas County. Children born to James C. Goins and Harriett Adoline Dykes Goins are unknown.
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Wayne H. Gowen. 28 was married to Gail P. Abate, 28 July 3, 1979, according to Lampasas County marriage records. Children born to Wayne H. Gowen and Gail P. Abate Gowen are unknown.

LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS

Samuel Earl Goings (24) married Anna Mae Castro (17) on October 8, 1966 according to Lavaca County marriage records.
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Sheila Ann Goins was born December 3, 1963 in Lavaca County, according to BVS File 227260.

LEE COUNTY, TEXAS

Anthony Lee Von Goins was born in Lee County September 19, 1963, according to BVS File 163726.
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Arthur Edward Goins was born in Lee County January 19, 1951, according to BVS File 9974.
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Arthur M. Goins died February 11, 1968 according to Lee County death records.
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Estella Goins died February 22, 1964 in Lee County, according to BVS File 845248.
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Kathryn Machelle Goins was born in Lee County December 24, 1965, according to BVS File 213714.
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Louise Goins died April 27, 1971 according to Lee County death records.

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Qunintus Samuel Goins was born in Lee County March 22, 1925, according to BVS File 845248. “Rev. Q. S. Goins” and Milla Nell Goins were witnesses at the wedding of Miss Lucy Nell Goins and Earl C. Collins August 23, 1969 in Travis County, TX, according to Travis County Marriage Book 87, page 328. The bride and groom made their home at 1116 Richard Drive in Austin.
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Sam Goins, negro, was born about 1877 in Texas to Sam Goins and Emily Goins, according to BVS Death Certificate 31893. He became a farmer and a preacher, according to his widow, Sarah Goins of Route 1, Hicks. Sam Goins died of a ruptured appendix, peritonitis and pyelitis July 11, 1928 in Cameron according to Dr. W. R. Newton who performed an appendectomy on him July 8, 1928. He was buried in Sand Hills Cemetery in Lee County.
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Sandra Kay Goins was born in Lee County September 11, 1957, according to BVS File 172301
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Vio[la?] Goins was born in Lee County October 27, 1920, ac­cording to BVS File 56167.
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Umley Gowen, a negro, was born in May 1850 in Louisiana, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census of Lee County, He appeared in Enumeration District 59, page 5 as a 50-year-old, living alone.

LIBERTY COUNTY, TEXAS

Clarence Edwin Goines was born at Cleveland, TX Novem­ber 22, 1949, according to BVS File 172216. He enlisted in the U.S. Army and was discharged as a Specialist Fourth Class August 20, 1971, according to Montgomery County Discharge Book 9, page 571. At that time he showed his address as Box 123, New Caney.

Clarence Edwin Goines and his wife Catherine Goines received a general warranty deed from Ada L. Casey February 26, 1973 to one-half acre of land in Bryan Addition, according to Mont­gomery County Deed Book 806, page 145.
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Douglas Martin Goines was born in Liberty County August 19, 1939, according to BVS File 69962. He lived on Route 2, Con­roe, Texas September 24, 1964 when he was married to Myrtle Alma Vick at Cleveland, TX, according to Montgomery County Marriage Book 29, page 273.

Douglas Martin Goines and Myrtle Alma Vick Goines were the parents of Keith Allen Goines who was born October 22, 1966, according to Montgomery County Birth Certificate No. 17786. Douglas Martin Goines received a judgment from Ronald L. Dever August 11, 1967, according to Montgomery County Judgment Book 10, page 415.
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Floyd A. Goines (32) married Jerry L. Frazier (28) on November 2, 1979 according to Liberty County marriage records.
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Thomas A Goines Jr. (55) married Warnell Clay (41) on February 20, 1982 according to Liberty County marriage records.
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Tracy Shannon Goines was born in Liberty County May 7, 1962, according to BVS File 86094.
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Janice Gail Going was born in Liberty County January 7, 1946, according to BVS File 8074.
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Jay Benjamin Going died April 21, 1997 according to Liberty County death records.
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Thomas Goings had a lot in May 1831 in the town of Liberty, Texas, according to “Liberty, Liberty County and the Atascosito District” by Miriam Partlow.
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John H. Goins (43) married Barbara S. Fails (39) on February 8, 1979 according to Liberty County marriage records.
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Philip Goins (47) married Doris A. Baggett (45) on November 20, 1982 according to Liberty County marriage records.
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Robert Jake Goins (25) married Linda Sheran Anderson (20) on May 27, 1968 according to Liberty County marriage records.
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Ruth Inez Goins died January 22, 1981 according to Liberty County death records.
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Charles Goynes was born in Liberty County October 5, 1943, according to BVS File 125012.
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Larry Dean Gowen (26) married Sharon Dianne Justice (19) on February 24, 1968 according to Liberty County marriage records.
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Don C. Goynes, born March 1, 1912, died February 5, 1971 was buried in Cleveland City Cemetery, according to “Liberty County, Texas Cemeteries” by Mildred S. Wright.
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Joan Goynes was born in Liberty County February 17, 1947, according to BVS File 25666.
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Lisa Lynell Goynes was born in Liberty County July 17, 1950, according to BVS File 122878.
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Audy Bell Guynes died March 18, 1993 according to Liberty County death records.
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Claude W. Guynes died November 04, 1973 according to Liberty County death records.
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Clifford Whittington Guynes died February 10, 1980 according to Liberty County death records.
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Cyell Eugene Guynes died May 01, 1982 according to Liberty County death records.
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Roger A. Guynes died May 21, 1975 according to Liberty County death records.
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Birdell L. McGowen died November 18, 1979 according to Liberty County death records.

LIMESTONE COUNTY, TEXAS

William Zachary “Zackie”” Goings was born in Arkansas in 1854. About 1875 he was married to Anna Eliza Ballard, who was born in Alabama in 1857.

“Zachury Goings,” believed to be William Zachary Goings, appeared in the 1870 census, state and county unknown, living in the household of Miriam Turham, who was born in Virginia. “Zachury Goings, age 17, white male farm laborer” was born in Arkansas, according to the census return. He was married about 1878 to Anna Eliza Ballard.

In 1895 William Zachary “Zackie”” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, lived in Hubbard, Texas where their tenth child was born. Dr. John L. Goings was the physician who attended Anna E. Ballard Goings at the birth. He later maintained an office at 4527 East Grand Street, Dallas, Texas.

William Zachary “Zackie” Goings showed his profession as a farmer in 1895.

“Zachary Gowan” a laborer, lived at 148 Cockrell Avenue in 1906, according to the city directory of Dallas, Texas.

William Zachary “Zackie” Goings died prior to 1915. Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, “widow of William Zachariah Goings” appeared in the 1915 city directory of Dallas, Texas living at 820 Kentucky. In 1916 she lived at 824 Kentucky, and in 1917 she lived at 617 Kentucky. In 1918 she lived at 1709 Third Avenue and in 1919 at 4408 Bute.

Anna Eliza Goings died in Dallas April 1936, according to BVS File 19636.

At least 11 children were born to William Zachary “Zackie”” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings. They are believed to include:

John L. Goings born about 1880
Margaret Goings born August 11, 1882
Ida Goings born about 1883
Eva Goings born about 1885
Maud Goings born about 1887
Edgar Adolphos Goings born about 1889
Edward J. Goings born about 1891
James W. Goings born about 1892
Hattie B. Goings born about 1893
Malvern Goings born January 19, 1895
Jewel Goings born about 1897
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John L. Goings, believed to be the first child of William Zachary “Zackie”” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1880.

“John Goings” operated a lunch stand in Dallas, Texas and lived at 152 Motley, according to the 1904 city directory of Dallas. “Miss Margaret Goings,” believed to be his sister, an operator for Rose Manufacturing Company, lived at the same address in 1904, according to the city directory.

John L. Goings was the father of an infant born March 27, 1913, according to BVS Files. It is believed that the birth occurred in Dallas County.

John L. Goings was listed as a painter in the 1915 city directry of Dallas living at 809 South Pacific. In 1917 he was listed as a tentmaker, living at 617 Kentucky, the address of his mother. Apparently he was a widower at this time.

In the 1918 city directory of Dallas he was listed as a mechanic for Dallas Tent & Awning Company, living at 1511 Second Avenue near, the residence of his sister, Jewel Goings.

John L. Goings was the father of an infant born in Dallas County February 26, 1916, according to BVS File 5935.

John L. Goings was married to Mary Griffin, perhaps as his second wife, December 30, 1919, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 28, page 315. They lived at 303 South Pearl Street.

In 1928 John L. Goings, a painter, and Mary Griffin Goings lived at 317 Sewall, Abilene, Texas, according to the city directory.

John L. Goings and Marry Griffin Goings received a deed to a residence in Abilene November 12, 1916, according to Taylor County Deed Book 176, page 511. The property was released to them January 6, 1927. On March 6, 1928 they gave a trustee’s deed to E.V. Chambers and Company on a lot in Abilene, according to Taylor County Deed Book 216.

John L. Goings, a painter, and his wife Mary Griffin Goings were living at 317 Sewall, according to the 1928 city directory of Abilene.

Cecil Goings, believed to be a son, appeared at the same address in 1928, according to the Abilene city directory.

John L. Goings died June 4, 1950 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 27445.

Children born to John L. Goings and are believed to include:

Cecil Goings born about 1910

Margaret Goings, believed to be the second child of William Zachary “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1881. She appeared living in her brother’s home at 152 Motley, Dallas, Texas in 1904, according to the city directory. She was employed by Rose Manufacturing Company, a garment factory, at the time.

A Margaret Goings Burns, believed to be Margaret Goings, died in Blytheville, Arkansas March 27, 1955, according to “Blytheville Arkansas Cemetary Inscriptions.” The headstone recorded her birth as August 11, 1882.
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Ida Goings, believed to be the third child of William Zachary “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1883. She was married to A.C. Brooks March 31, 1906, according to Dallas County Marriage Book Z, page 209. Of this couple nothing more is known.
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Eva Goings, believed to be the fourth child of William Zachary “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1885. She was an ironer for Dallas Steam Laundry, lived at 117 Watt, according to the 1908 city directory of Dallas. In 1909 she was listed by the directory as a folder at the Dallas Steam Laundry living at 145 Ann Avenue. On November 8 1911, she was married to T.A. Donnelly, according to Dallas CountyMarriage Book 12, page 363.

Maud Goings, believed to be the fifth child of William Zachary “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1887. In 1908 she lived at 117 Watt, the address given by Eva Goings, believed to be her sister. In 1909 she lived at 112 Watt according to the city directory.

Edgar Adolphos Goings, believed to be the sixth child of William Zacharcy “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1889. “Edgar Goings” boarded at 74 Cement in Dallas, according to the 1909 city directory..

Edgar Adolphos Goings was married to Cora McClendon Hall July 11, 1914, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 18, page 361. They continued to live in Dallas in 1916. He was listed as a contractor living at 2728 Clarence by the 1917 city directory of Dallas. He appeared in the 1918 edition as a contractor living at 4117 Willow.

Edgar Adolphos Goings died March 14, 1928 in El Paso County, Texas according to BVS Files.

Children born to Edgar Adolphos Goings and Cora McClendon Hall Goings include:

Edgar Adolphos Goings, Jr. born October 18, 1916
[daughter] born September 14, 1923

Edgar Adolphos Goings, Jr., son of Edgar Adolphos Goings and Cora McClendon Hall Goings was born in Dallas County, October 18, 1916, according to BVS File 40106.

A daughter, name unknown, was born to Edgar Adophos Goings and Cora McClendon Hall Goings September 14, 1923, according to Dallas County Birth Book 16, page 171.

Edward J. Goings, believed to be the seventh child of William Zachary “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1891. He was listed as a helper at Mosher Manufacturing Company, residing at 123 Sydney, according to the 1906 edition of the Dallas City directory. In 1909 and 1910 he lived at 145 Ann Avenue. From 1910 through 1918 he was listed as a painter or painting contractor in the Dallas city directory. In 1911 he lived at 609 Ann Avenue. In 1912 he lived at 300 North Peak. In 1913, he lived at 3811 Wyatt. In 1914 he lived at 2723 Clarence, according to the city directory. In 1915 and 1916 he was listed as a painter living in 820 Kentucky, the address of his widowed mother. In the 1917 edition of the directory he was “rooming at 802 Expostion Avenue.” In 1918 he was listed at 1709 Third Avenue, the address of his mother.

Edward J. Goings, 303 South Peak, Dallas, was married to Bessie Mae McJunkin January 27, 1920, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 28, page 452. Of Edward J. Goings and Bessie Mae McJunkin Goings and descendants nothing more is known.

Hattie B. Goings, believed to be the ninth child of William Zachary “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1893. In 1916 she was listed in the Dallas city directory as living at 820 Kentucky, the address of her mother.

In the 1918 edition of th directory she was listed as Hattie M. Goings, living at 1709 Third Avenue, the address of her mother. In 1919 she was listed as an employee of Sanger Bros. And lived at 4408 Bute, also the address given by her mother.

Malvern Goings, tenth child of William Zachary “Zackie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born at Hubbard, Texas January 19, 1895, according to Limestone County Birth Book 9, page 224.

On October 17, 1914 Malvern Goings was married to Lillie Mae Carpenter in Hunt County, Texas, according to Hunt County Marriage Book 8, page 325.

Malvern Goings was listed in the 1915 city directory of Dallas as a painter living at 416 South Beacon. In 1918 he was listed as a painter living at 105 South Peak. In the 1919 city directory of Dallas he was a motorman living at 4112 Elm.

It is believed that they lived in El Paso, Texas in 1930.

In the 1934-35 edition of the Tyler, Texas city directory Malvern Goings, a salesman, and Lillie Mae Carpenter Goings were shown at 507 Wilson Street.

Malvern Goings and Lillie Mae Carpenter Goings gave a deed to M. K. McDonald November 5, 1941 to property in Fannin County, Texas, according to Fannin County Deed Book 252, page 85.

On September 24, 1955 Malvern Goings and Lillie Mae Carpenter Goings “of Pike County, Ohio” gave a warranty deed to Ida James, a widow of Dallas County, Texas, land in Wood County, Texas, according to the Wood County Deed Book 416, page 90. On the same day they [then of Wood County, Texas] received a deed from R.E. Brogden to 25 acres of land in Wood County for $4,750, according to Wood County Deed Book 409, page 353.

In 1968 Malvern Goings was a carpenter, living at 605 West 7th Street, Mt. Pleasant, Texas. He died there May 21, 1968 at th ageof 73 and was buried in Jarrett Cemetary, according to Titus County, Texas Death Book 7, page 549. He was never in the military, according to Bessie Goings, informant.

On September 30, 1974 Lillie Mae Carpenter Goings received a release of land on the Wood County property from the Federal Land Bank of Houston, according to Wood County Deed Book 687, page 654.

Children believed to have been born to Malvern Goings and Lillie Mae Carpenter Goings include:

Joseph Malvern Goings born in 1930

Joseph Malvern Goings, believed to be a child of Malvern Goings and Lillie Mae Carpenter Goings, was born in El Paso, Texas in 1930. He was married about 1947 to Marietta Jo Byrd, who was born in Arlington, Texas.

In 1948 they were living at 4615 East Grand Avenue, Dallas, Texas where he was employed as a painter. In 1953 Joseph Malvern Goings was living at 5541 Victor Street, Dallas.

Children born to Joseph Malvern Goings and Mariette Jo Byrd Goings include:

Linda Darlene Goings born May 18, 1948

Linda Darlene Goings, white, female, daughter of Joseph Malvern Goings and Marietta Jo Byrd Goings, was born May 18, 1948 in Dallas, according to Dallas County Birth Book 59, page 390. She was married to Charles F. Hillin in 1967, according to Smith County, Texas Marriage Book 60, page 641.

Jewel Goings, believed to be the eleventh child of William Zachary “Zachie” Goings and Anna Eliza Ballard Goings, was born about 1897. In 1917 she was listed in the Dallas city directory as a resident of 617 Kentucky, the address of her mother. In 1918 she was listed as a machine operator for Dallas Tent and Awning Company, living at 1411 Second Avenue. In 1919 she was listed in the directory as a seamstress for Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills rooming at 1613 First Avenue

Adam Gowen was enumerated in the 1880 census of Limetone County, Texas Enumeration District 60, Volume 15, Sheet 51 as follows:

“Gowen Adam
World , Abigail granddaughter
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F. X. Gowans of Mexia in Limestone County received oil and gas leases during August and September, 1921 to 4,970 acres in Freestone County, Texas, according to Freestone County Deed Book 66, pages 189-230.

On October 11, 1921 he filed a declaration of trust recorded in Freestone County Deed Book 65, page 77. The declaration announced the organization of Mexia Freestone Syndicate, a common law trust estate organized for 21 years to deal in minerals and royalties. Ten thousand shares were to be sold at $10 per share.

F. X. Gowans began an oil well in Freestone County, encountered financial trouble and had to sub-lease his interest to Root, Knepley & Agate. On September 14, 1922 F. X. Gowans and others executed an agreement with W. T. Cole for the completion of the well, according to Freestone County Deed Book 70, page 630.

F. X. Gowans received an assignment from W. B. Hoke March 27, 1922 for 15 acres in Limestone County, according to Limestone County Deed Book, 152, page 174.

Apparently F. X. Gowans lost out in the venture. In 1924 he turned up in Wichita Falls, Texas. In the city directory of that year he was listed as an “advance agent” officing at 1 Ward Building and Rooming at 1000 Burnett.

F. X. Gowans, “of Tarrant County, Texas,” trustee for Kerr Company, received a release of deed of trust June 24, 1922 from Kerr Company to some lots in Diamond Hill Addition, Ft. Worth, Texas, according to Tarrant County Deed of Trust Book 745, page 43.
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James Mill Gowans, Jr. died February 16, 1987 according to Limestone County death records.
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George W. Goens purchased 1/1000th of an oil lease in Limestone County February 27, 1922 from J.E. Buckley for $1, according to Limestone County Deed Book 142, page 577.
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Lloyd A. Goines and his wife Jerry L. Goines of Limestone County, Texas received a deed from Dalton D. Smith for two acres of land on September 28, 1973, according to Limestone County Deed Book 582, page 681. On January 3, 1974 they gave a deed to Walter Crowson, according to Limestone County Deed Book 585, page 428.
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Ray Leon Goines was married May 6, 1939 to Miss Rubye Clara Ray, according to Limestone County Marriage Book X, page 499. Children born to Ray Leon Goines and Rubye Clara Ray Goines are unknown.
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Lambert Going received an oil and gas assignment from J. G. Amos of Randolph County, Arkansas for a 1/16 interest in an 80-acre mineral lease on November 22, 1940, according to Limestone County Deed Book 270, page 103.
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Clifton Ray Goins was married June 12, 1970 to Judy Carolyn Sanford at Groesbeck, Texas, according to Limestone County Marriage Book 5, page 413. Children born to Clifton Ray Goins and Judy Carolyn Sanford Goins are unknown.
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John Goins was married January 9, 1921 to Miss Matte Floyd Jackson at Wortham, Texas, according to Limestone County Marriage Book Q, page 176. It is unknown whether John Goins and Mattie Floyd Jackson Goins remained there.
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Lloyd Essel Guynes died July 29, 1981 according to Limestone County death records.

LIVE OAK COUNTY, TEXAS

Live Oak County tax payers in 1972 included C. R. Goynes, 7933 Crafton, Houston, Texas; Charles Goynes, 701 North Borden, Sinton, Texas; and C. H. Goynes, Three Rivers, Texas.
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Lola Goin was married to John Satterfield on December 9, 1930, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 3, page 187.
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A. P. Goynes was married to Dot Goynes January 11, 1899, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 1, page 213. Of A. P. Goynes and Dot Goynes Goynes nothing more is known.
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Alice Teresa Goynes, the daughter of Dan Goynes and Annie Mae Lewis Goynes, was born in Live Oak County December 12, 1933 according to BVS File 1006831. She was married to Kenneth Wayne Stolte May 23, 1953, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 5, page 104.
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Cecil Goynes was married to Mary Ann Bering April 30, 1947, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 4, page 361. On March 1, 1961 Cecil Goynes received a release from T.M. Cowan on four plots of land in Travis County, Texas, according to Travis County Deed Book 2271, page 223. Of Cecil Goynes and Mary Ann Bering Goynes nothing more is known.
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Daniel Goynes, son of Augustus S. Goynes and Ellen E. McMurray Goynes, who was born in Ireland, was born in Alpine, Texas August 14, 1884. He was a farmer and rancher. He died May 17, 1954 in Precinct 1 of Live Oak County and was buried at Gussettville, Texas. Dan Goynes was the informant for the death record.
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James I. Goynes was married to Laura A. James on May 3, 1902 according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 2, page 31. Children born to James I. Goynes and Laura A. James Goynes are unknown.
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John Lee Goynes was born May 12, 1939 in Live Oak County, according to BVS File 41920. John Lee Goynes died May 13, 1939, according to BVS File 24554.
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Lawrence Earl Goynes died May 31, 1959 in Live Oak County according to BVS File 26075.
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Loretta Mary Goynes was married to Howard Floyd Crawford on February 4, 1946, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 4, page 307.
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Maggie Ellen Goynes was married to James Alfred Gallagher on May 6, 1895 according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 1, page 173.
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Margaret Frances Goynes was born in Live Oak County September 1, 1935, according to BVS File 76914A. She was married October 2, 1955 to John Norris Olson, Jr., according to Nueces County, Texas marriage license 57031.
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Mary Bernice Goynes was married to Vestal Byron Odom on June 17, 1938 according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 4, page 28. She was born September 25, 1920 in Live Oak County, according to BVS File 50157.
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Peter Goynes was married March 28, 1899, at Oakville, Texas, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 1, page 215.
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Rebecca Dian Goynes was married to Jessie Gordon Hamrick, Sr. On August 19, 1872 according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 7, page 307.
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Sarah B. Goynes was married to A. B. Farrell on July 28, 1893, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 1, page 155.
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Viola Goynes was married to R.W. Burks on December 26, 1909, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 2, page 106.
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William Goynes was the head of a household enumerated in Gussettville, Texas, Live Oak Couunty, Enumeration District 101, page 20, Precinct 2 as:

“Goynes, William 52, born in Mississippi
Mary A. 38, born in Ireland
Mary 12, born in Texas
Augustus 9, born in Texas
Sarah B. 7, born in Texas
Margaret C. 5, born in Texas
James I. 3, born in Texas
William W. 10 1/2, born in Texas”

Several members of this family were later found in the local records of Live Oak County, Texas.
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William Earl Goynes was born in 1883 in Live Oak County, Texas of parents unknown. He was married to Anna Elisa Henderson, native of Tennessee, and daughter of H. H. Henderson and his wife, maiden name Tacker, September 24, 1907, according to Wilbarger County, Texas Marriage Book 3, page 207. She was born March 20, 1890.

William Earl Goynes received a warranty deed August 17, 1915 from F.E. Schmidt to a lot in Vernon, Texas for $450, according to Wilbarger County Deed Book 64, page 119.

In 1917 William Earl Goynes was an “engine watcher’ for the Ft. Worth & Denver Railroad. In 1922 he was listed as a railroad worker for the Ft. Worth & Denver who lived on West Wanderet Street, Vernon, Texas.

Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes died February 15, 1923 of pneumonia and influenza, according to Wilbarger County Death Records. She was buried at Tolbert, Texas.

William Earl Goynes was appointed administrator of the estate valued at $1000, according to Wilbarger County Probate Book 7, pages 118 and 119. On April 28, 1923 he gave a deed to C.H. Dalmasso to a Lot in Vernon for $1000, according to Wilbarger County Deed Book 92, page 67.

William Earl Goynes lived in Live Oak County, Texas December 26, 1950 when he gave a deed to a cemetery lot to W. T. Henderson for $1, according to Wilbarger County Deed Book 180, page 532.

William Earl Goynes died in Live Oak County November 26, 1952, according to BVS File 55684.

Children born to William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes include:

Joseph Goynes born in 1909
Ellen Goynes born July 31, 1911
Patrick Goynes born 1915
Cecil Raymond Goynes born June 17, 1917
Cora May Goynes born 1920
Charles William Goynes born November 11, 1922

Ellen Goynes, first child of William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes, was born July 31, 1911 at Vernon, Texas, according to Wilbarger County, Texas Birth Book 2, page 13.

Joseph Goynes, second child of William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes, was born in 1909 probably at Vernon, Texas.

Patrick Goynes, third child of William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes, was born in 1915, according to his probate records.

Cecil Raymond Goynes, fourth child of William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes, was born June 17, 1917, according to Wilbarger County Birth Book 6, page 546.

Charles William Goynes, sixth child of William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes, was born November 11, 1922, according to Wilbarger County, Texas Probate Birth Book 8, page 451. Of this individual nothing more is known.
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Cora May Goynes, fifth child of William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes, was born in 1920, according to her mother’s probate records.

Cecil Raymond Goynes, fourth child of William Earl Goynes and Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes, was born June 17, 1917, according to Wilbarger County Birth Book 6, page 546.
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John D. Goynes Jr. (27) married Joseph A. Zuch (18) on February 16, 1980 according to Live Oak marriage records.
==O==
Maggie Ellen Goynes was married to James Alfred Gallagher on May 6, 1895 according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 1, page 173.
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Margaret Frances Goynes was born in Live Oak County, Texas September 1, 1935, according to BVS 76914A. She was married October 2, 1955 to John Norris Olson, Jr., according to Nueces County, Texas marriage liscense 57031.
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Mary Bernice Goynes was married to Vestal Byron Odom on June 17, 1938 according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 4, page 28. She was born September 25, 1920 in Live Oak County, according to BVS File 50157.
==O==
Peter Goynes was married March 28, 1899, at Oakville, Texas, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 1, page 215.
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Rebecca Dian Goynes was married to Jessie Gordon Hamrick, Sr. On August 19, 1872 according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 7, page 307.
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Sarah B. Goynes was married to A.B. Farrell on July 28, 1893, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 1, page 155.
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Viola Goynes was married to R.W. Burks on December 26, 1909, according to Live Oak County Marriage Book 2, page 106.
==O==
William Leo Goynes was born September 12, 1937 in Live Oak County, according to BVS File 76978.
==O==
William Reagan Goynes was born January 12, 1905 in Live Oak County, according to BVS File 170961.

William R. Goynes, believed to be William Reagan Goynes, was married to Mrs. Dixie M. Hart February 20, 1950, according to Smith County, Texas Marriage Book 46, page 597. She was divorced from Bruce Hart in 1948. She was born in 1909.

William R. Goynes and Dixie M. Hart Goynes received a deed to property in Tyler, Texas from J.W. Patterson May 1, 1969, according to Smith County Deed Book 1299, page 457. They received a release from East Texas Savings and Loan Association April 17, 1970 on a deed of trust, according to Smith County Deed Book 1334, page 571.

William R. Goynes, “alcoholic,” was examined by Smith County Probate Court November 16, 1970 and Dixie M. Hart Goynes was appointed his guardian, according to Probate File 15250.

Dixie M. Hart Goynes died January 30, 1976 at Tyler, Texas at age 67, and was survived by her husband, according to Smith County Deed Book 1564, page 663. She left a community estate valued at $25, 000. No children were born to the couple.

William Goynes was the head of a household enumerated in Gussettville, Texas, Live Oak Couunty, Enumeration District 101, page 20, Precinct 2 as:

“Goynes, William 52, born in Mississippi
Mary A. 38, born in Ireland
Mary 12, born in Texas
Augustus 9, born in Texas
Sarah B. 7, born in Texas
Margaret C. 5, born in Texas
James I. 3, born in Texas
William W. 10 1/2, born in Texas”

Several members of this family were later found in the local records of Live Oak County, Texas.
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William Earl Goynes was born in 1883 in Live Oak County, Texas of parents unknown.

He was married to Anna Elisa Henderson, native of Tennessee, and daughter of H.H. Henderson and his wife, maiden name Tacker, September 24, 1907, according to Wilbarger County, Texas Marriage Book 3, page 207. She was born March 20, 1890.

William Earl Goynes received a warranty deed August 17, 1915 from F.E. Schmidt to a lot in Vernon, Texas for $450, according to Wilbarger County Deed Book 64, page 119.

In 1917 William Earl Goynes was an “engine watcher’ for the Ft. Worth and Denver Railroad. In 1922 he was listed as a railroad worker for the Ft. Worth and Denver who lived on West Wanderet Street, Vernon, Texas.

Anna Elisa Henderson Goynes died February 15, 1923 of pneumonia and influenza, according to Wilbarger County Death Records. She was buried at Tolbert, Texas.

William Earl Goynes was appointed administrator of the estate valued at $1000, according to Wilbarger County Probate Book 7, pages 118 and 119. On April 28, 1923 he gave a deed to C.H. Dalmasso to a Lot in Vernon for $1000, according to Wilbarger County Deed Book 92, page 67.

William Earl Goynes lived in Live Oak County, Texas December 26, 1950 when he gave a deed to a cemetery lot to W.T. Henderson for $1.00, according to Wilbarger County Deed Book 180, page 532.
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Mittie Cornelia Guynes died December 08, 1993 according to Live Oak County death records.

LLANO COUNTY, TEXAS

Bettie Goines was enumerated in the 1880 census of Llano County, Texas as a member of the all white household of J.B. Abercrombie, Precinct 4, Enumeration District 98, Volume 22, Sheet 29, Line 32. She was Abercrombie’s niece.
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J. R. Goins was married to Miss Eula Crownover Nance November 24, 1904, according to Llano County Marriage Book 2, page 328. Of J. R. Goins and Eula Crownover Nance Goins nothing more is known

LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS

Mrs. Cassilee S. Goan in 1971 was a clerk for Pioneer Natural Gas Company living at 233 Indiana #211, according to the city directory of Lubbock. In 1972 she continued at the gas company and lived at 1913-A Avenue O. P. R. Goan was shown to live in an adjoining apartment at 1913-B Avenue O in 1972.
==O==
Elizabeth Goans was married to Clyd J. Brashear December 21, 1945, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 14, page 12.
==O==
Barbara Sylvia Goen died May 15, 1998 according to Lubbock County death records.
==O==
Boyd Thomas Goen was married to Reese Ann Williams on February 16, 1957 according to Lubock County Marriage Book 23, page 593. Children born to Boyd Thomas Goen and Reese Ann Williams Goen are unknown.

Donald Gene Goen was married to Mrs. Geraldine Reasoner February 14, 1970, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 42, page 135. Donald Gene Goen and Geraldine Reasoner Goen signed a deed of trust on June 23, 1971, according to Hockey County Deed Book 109, page 244.
==O==
==O==
John Goen, an employee of Texas Tech, lived at 5424 31st Street, Lubbock, according to the 1973 city directory.
==O==
John Wylie Goen died September 18, 1989 according to Lubbock County death records.
==O==
Loraine Goen in 1941 lived at 1613 18th Street, according to the Lubbock city directory. In 1943 she, a waitress at Wylie’s Drugstore, lived at 1602 Avenue G.
==O==
Marcia Laverna Goen was born in Lubbock County August 31, 1947, according to BVS File 216542.
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Martha Lenora Goen was born in Lubbock County August 26, 1975, according to BVS File 70107.
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Randy Doug Goen was born in Lubbock County May 2, 1965, according to BVS File 75591.
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Robert Stanford Goen was born in Lubbock County February 17, 1947, according to BVS File 25843. “Robert S. Goen,” U. S. Air Force, and his wife, Phyllis Goen, were living at 5105 38th Street, according to the 1972 Lubbock city directory.
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Scot Riley Goen was born in Lubbock County March 8, 1959, according to BVS File 147085.
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Terry Lee Goen was born in Lubbock County March 24, 1958, according to BVS File 49268.
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Betty Goene was an employee of Jim’s Sparkle Shop in 1969, according to the city directory of Lubbock.
==O==
Elbert Goin, in 1971 and 1972, was parts manager for O’Connor Motors, Inc., and lived at 2301 50th Street, Apt. 8, according to the Lubbock city directory.
==O==
J. W. Goin received a warranty deed from J. T. Walker on January 30, 1924 for land according to Lubbock County Deed Book 87, page 146.
==O==
Kenneth Goin, a student, lived at 3503A Oxford Drive, according to the 1974 city directory of Lubbock.

Kevin T. Goin (19) married Patricia M. Bailey (18) on January 19, 1985 according to Marriage Book 152.
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Mary E. Goin was married to A.L. Ellison Decemeber 8, 1928, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 4, page 385.
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Melanie Sue Goin was born January 10, 1964, in Lubbock County, according to BVS File 46824.
==O==
Thomas Goin, a trucker, in 1929 roomed 707 Avenue K, according to Lubbock city directory.
==O==
Vera Goin lived at 1210-A 14th Street in 1940, according t the Lubbock city diretory. In 1943 she, a seamstress, lived at 1615 Avenue N.
==O==
Clifton James Goines (21) was married to Cheryl Deann Hallum (18) June 30, 1971, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 44, page 369.
==O==
Bill Goings, a student, and his wife, Charlie S. Goings, lived at 1503 Avenue R, according to the 1958 Lubbock city directory.
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In 1963, Melba Goings, the widow of Lonnie Goings, worked at Furr’s Cafeteria, and lived at 1819 San Jose Drive, according to Lubbock city directory.
==O==
Allison Goins and Elizabeth Goins lived at 314 18th Street in 1938, according to the city directory of Lubbock.
==O==
Billie Goins was married to Glynn Edwards on November 9, 1936, according toLubbock County Marriage Book 7, page 24.
==O==
Chris Goins, a student, lived at 5540 19th Street, Apartment 99, according to the 1974 city directory of Lubbock.
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Clifton Cleoris Goins, Jr., was married to Cherry Linda Thompson August 15, 1968, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 39, page 417. “Clifton C. Goins, Jr,” a pressman at Reese Air Force Base, was living on Rt. 5, according to the 1969 Lubbock city directory. Children born to Clifton Cleoris Goins, Jr. and Cherry Linda Thompson are unknown.
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David Goins, a construction worker, lived at 2503 47th Street in 1968 and 1969, according to the Lubbock city directory.
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Dewey and Idelle Goins, negroes, lived at 1701 Avenue A in 1953. According to the Lubbock city directory he was employed as an electrician by Precision Electric and Refrigeration Co.
==O==
Howard D. Goins (31) married Carolyn J. Martin (33) on January 28, 1978 according to Lubbock County marriage records.
==O==
William Sanford Goins, who was born at East Vaughan, New Mexico was married to Eddie Mae Phillips, who was born at Littlefield, Texas, before 1928.
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Mrs. Eddie Mae Goins lived at 1415 19th Street in 1935, at 1420 10th Street in 1936 with two children and 1809B Avenue K in 1937, according to the Lubbock city directory. She received a warranty deed on August 25, 1937, according to Lubbock County Deed Book 208, page 9.

From 1938 through 1944 she lived at 1708B Avenue N. In 1946 she was listed as a widow living at 2103 13th Street. In 1947 she lived at 2109 9th Street. William W. “Billy” Goins, a student, was also shown to be living 1708B Avenue N in 1942, 1943 and 1944 city directories. Ouida Lou Goins also lived at 2109 9th Street, according to the 1947 city directory.

Ouida Lou Goins, daughter of William Sanford Goins and Eddie Mae Phillips Goins, was born at Littlefield, Texas on December 7, 1928, according to Lamb County Birth Book 3, page 72.
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George Elmer Goins was born at Lubbock April 9, 1950 of parents unknown. He was married June 14, 1969 to Patricia J. Brown, who was born in Memphis, Tennessee November 16, 1950, according to Lea County, New Mexico Marriage Book 50, License No. 31111. Both were residents of Eunice, New Mexico at the time of their marriage. Of George Elmer Goins and Patricia J. Brown Goins nothing more is known.
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James Melton Goins was married to Rena Arlene Norrell August 30, 1969, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 41, page 313. Children born to James Melton Goins and Rena Arlene Norrell are unknown.
==O==
Phyllis A. Goins, a clerk for Citizen’s National Bank, lived at 1617 27th Street, according to the 1968 Lubbock city directory. Mrs. Phyllis Ann Goins was married to Orville White, Box 144, Jamez Springs, New Mexico, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 41, page 370 on September 22, 1969.
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Sharon Ruth Goins was married to Dennis Lee Mathiesen April 27, 1968, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 39, page 48.

William Goins in 1943 lived at 1814 Avenue J, according to the city directory.
==O==
William Lyle Goins was born in Lubbock County January 10, 1950 according to BVS File 10100.
==O==
Willie Nathaniel Goins, Jr. and Trina Denise Goins filed suit for divorce in the 99th District Court in Lubbock County April 10, 1980.
==O==
Mrs. Adlean David Gowan was married to Vernice Newton, 3602 David, Lubbock, September 14, 1958, according to the Lubbock County Marriage Book 25, page 508.
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Herbert Lee Gowan was married to Ann Ida Murphy March 1, 1952, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 19, page 594. Jeanette Lee Gowan was born to Herbert Lee Gowan and Anna Ida Murphy Gowan November 25, 1952, according toLubbock County Birth Book 38, page 518. In 1953 Herbert Lee Gowan was a mechanic at Reese Air Force Base living at 1902 10th Street, according to the Lubbock city directory.
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Louis Ray Gowan was born in Lubbock County February 17, 1957, according to BVS File 30177.
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Louis Ray Gowan was born in Lubbock County February 17, 1957, according to BVS File 30177.
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Mildred Roberts Gowan was married to Andrew F. Plunkett, Jr. August 26, 1941, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 9, page 477.
==O==
Gary Gowans and his wife, Sharon Gowans, lived at 4210A 18th Street, according to the 1969 city directory of Lubbock.
==O==
Chuck Gowen, a student, lived 1416 40th Street, rear, according to the 1974 city directory of Lubbock.
==O==
J. Milan Gowen, a carpenter, and his wife Myrtle Gowen, lived at 3417 27th Street according to the 1954 Lubbock city directory.
==O==
Gary Gowans and his wife, Sharon Gowans, lived at 4210A 18th Street, according to the 1969 city directory of Lubbock.
==O==
Melba Gowen, widow of J. W. Gowen, lived 2109 Duke Avenue in Lubbock, according to the 1962 city directory.
==O==
Ora Ethel Gowen died October 09, 1986 according to Lubbock County death records.
==O==
Daniel B. Gowens (23) married Melissa R. Pellegrin (19) on December 28, 1991 according to Lubbock County marriage records.
==O==
Jimmie B. Gowens (26) married Vicki K. Poe (23) on February 14, 1974 according to Lubbock County marriage records.
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Kari Gowens was born in Lubbock County August 14, 1963, according to BVS File 141819.
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Madella Jean Gowen died July 08, 1994 according to Lubbock County death records.
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Shelly Gowens was born in Lubbock County November 26, 1960, according to BVS File 214566.
==O==
Jimmie Belverd Gowens (20) married Vicki Kay Poe (17) on June 7, 1968 according to Lubbock County marriage records.
==O==
Stanley O. Gowen died February 22, 1970 according to Lubbock County death records.
==O==
Henry Lewis Gowin died December 27, 1964 according to Lubbock County death records.
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Hester Lee Gowin died June 12, 1982 according to Lubbock County death records.
==O==
John H. Gowin, a district staff assistant for Continental Oil Company, and his wife, Martha Gowin, lived at 2834 65th Street in 1962, according to the Lubbock city directory.
==O==
Ursilene Gowin was married to Mack Rogers December 13, 1947, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 16, page 72.
==O==
Josephine Ida Goyanes was married to Samuel S, Lawler, Jr. September 5, 1942, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 10, page 387.
==O==
John Phillip Goyne was born in Lubbock County March 1, 1963, according to BVS File 48024.
==O==
Sharon Goyns, an X-ray technician for Tech Medical Arts Clinic, lived at 1625 16th Street in 1966 and at 5416 50th Street in 1967, according to the Lubbock city directory.
==O==
Barney Houston Guynes died January 16, 1990 according to Lubbock County death records.
==O==
Johnnie Lou Guynes died February 12, 1991 according to Lubbock County death records.

MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS

Donald Ray Goines (21) married Mary Elaine Ford (20) on April 11, 1968 according to Madison County marriage records.
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Richard White Goines and Victoria Nash Goines were residents of Madison County, Texas in 1893.

Children born to them include:

Oscar Lee Goines born August 17, 1893

Oscar Lee Goines, son of Richard White Goines and Victoria Nash Goines, was born in Madison County, TX August 17, 1893. He was married about 1920 to Linnie Ferguson, the daughter of Jim Ferguson. Linnie Ferguson Goines was born March 5, 1895 in San Augustine County, TX, and she and her husband lived there until 1921. Oscar Lee Goines was a farmer in Madison County in 1933. On February 21, 1946 Oscar Lee Goines received a deed to property in Madison County from W.V. Jones for a consideration of $1,552.55, according to Madison County Deed Book 77, page 354.

On August 7, 1963 Oscar Lee Goines and Linne Ferguson Goines sold this property to Thomas Adams for $3000, according to Madison County Deed Book 150, page 497. In 1963 Oscar Lee Goines and Linnie Ferguson Goines lived on South May Street, Madisonville, Texas.

Oscar Lee Goines died of cancer August 20, 1963, according to Madison County Death Book 6, page 7. He was buried at Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Madison County, according to Shirley Faye Goines McVey, informant.

Linnie Ferguson Goines died November 24, 1973 of a cerebral vascular accident, according to Madison County Death Book 7, page 61. She was also buried in Mt. Tabor Cemetery, according to Shirley Faye Goines McVey, informant.

Children born to Oscar Lee Goines and Linnie Ferguson Goines include:

Marvin Lee Goines born November 3, 1921
Madie Lenora Goines born December 22, 1933
Shirley Faye Goines born April 11, 1935

Marvin Lee Goines, believed to be the first child of Oscar Lee Goines and Linnie Ferguson Goines, was born November 3, 1921, at San Augustine.

He was married at age 16 to Miss Viola Craig on November 3, 1937, according to Walker County Marriage Book R, page 237. He was a farmer in Madison County, TX in 1940.

On August 12, 1943 he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and served in New Caledonia, Solomon Islands, Marshall Islands, Mariana Islands, and Volcano Islands. He participated in the Battles of Guam and Iwo Jima. He received no wounds, according to Walker County Discharge Book 3, page 457. He returned to his home in Walker County, TX after World War II.

He was a student in 1947. In 1948 he was employed in public works in Huntsville. Marvin Lee Goines and Viola Craig Goines received a deed from Gibbs Bros. Company to Walker County property, on January 2, 1961, according to Walker County Deed Book 171, page 80. He gave an easement on the property to Gulf States Utilities July 13, 1970, according to Walker County Deed Book. He gave the company another easement June 24, 1971 on 157 acres of land in the Davids Survey in Walker County, according to Deed Book 236, page 707.

Marvin Lee Goines and Viola Craig Goines received a release from the first Rediscount Corporation September 20, 1972 on property in Walker County, according to Walker County Release Book 6, page 404.

Children born to Marvin Lee Goines and Viola Craig Goines include:

Oscar Lee Goines born February 18, 1940
Larry Wayne Goines born January 8, 1947
Donald Ray Goines born November 10, 1948

Oscar Lee Goines, first child of Marvin Lee Goines and Viola Craig Goines and a namesake of his grandfather, was born February 18, 1940 in Madison County, according to Madison County Birth Book 7, page 384. He was married before 1972, wife’s name Jean A. Goines. Oscar Lee Goines and Jean A. Goines received a warranty deed to 157 acres of land in David Survey, Walker County, Texas September 20, 1972 from his parents, according to Walker County Deed Book 249, page 212.

Larry Wayne Goines, second child of Marvin Lee Goines and Viola Craig Goines, was born January 8, 1947 at Huntsville, according to Walker County Birth Book 5, page 404. He was married before 1972, wife’s name Dianna M. Goines. Larry Wayne Goines and Dianna M. Goines received a warranty deed from Clyde Morris on February 22, 1972 in David Survey, Walker County, Texas, according to Walker County Deed Book 242, page 462.

Donald Ray Goines, third child of Marvin Lee Goines and Viola Craig Goines, was born November 10, 1948 in Huntsville, Texas according to Walker County Birth Book 6, page 184. On April 11, 1968 he was married to Mary Elaine Ford, according to Madison County Marriage Book M, page 7. Of Donald Ray Goines, Mary Elaine Ford Goines and descendants nothing more is known.

Madie Lenora Goines, sixth child of Oscar Lee Goines and Linnie Ferguson Goines, was born December 22, 1933, according to Madison County Birth Book 7, page 352. On October 20, 1973, at age 40, she was married to Felix Clyde Alston, according to Madison County Marriage Book L, page 160.

Shirley Faye Goines, daughter of Oscar Lee Goines and Linne Ferguson Goines was born April 11, 1935 in Montgomery County, Texas, according to BVS File 33311. On August 18, 1951 she was married to Curtis Ray McVey, according to Madison County Marriage Book L, page 88. Shirley Faye Goines McVey gave family information in 1963 and 1973 about her parents at the time of their deaths.
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Miss Bernice Goins was married June 17, 1946 to Jim Lee Mize, according to Madison County Marriage Book K, page 455.
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Emogene Goins was married to David Hall June 24, 1946, according to Madison County Marriage Book K, page 460.
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Lillie Lee Goins died March 2, 1937, in Madison County, according to the BVS File 16656.
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Mrs. Rosanna Goin Ivey was born in Tennessee in 1810 and was married to Magirt Ivey in 1830. She died in Madison County in 1880, according to Dewey Kelly Shockley, a descendant of Farmington, New Mexico.

MARION COUNTY, TEXAS

Agnes Goens was married to Richard Cooper December 4, 1879, according to Marion County Marriage Book 8, page 318.
==O==
Bertie Evelyn Goins was married to George E. Cole August 11, 1961, according to Mason County Marriage Book 7, page 35.
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Charley Goins was enumerated in the 1880 census of Marion County in Jefferson, Texas, Enumeration District 93 [95?], Precinct 3, Ward 4. She was living with her grandfather, W. M. Morgan.
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Edgar Monroe Goins died in Marion County December 25, 1971, according to BVS File 69176.
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Jack Gown was the father of an infant born in Marion County December 23, 1933, according to BVS File 124552.
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Josh Goyne entered into a contract with John M. Gaylor February 1, 1871, according to Marion County Deed Book B, page 24.
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Pleasant Goyne, black, son of Mrs. Jane Goyne Moseley Davis Shepherd, was born in Texas about 1862. He was enumerated at age 18 in the 1880 census of Marion County, living in his mother’s household in Precinct 5:

“Shepherd, Jane 38, farmer, black, born in AL,
father born in AL, mother
born in VA, farmer, widow
Joseph 1, son, black, born in TX, father
born in TX, mother born in
AL
Moseley, Elizabeth 16, daughter, black, born in TX,
Father born in AL, mother
born in AL, single
Francis 11, daughter, black, born in TX,
father born in AL, mother
born in AL, single
Davis, Amanda 6, daughter, born in TX, father
born in AL, mother born in
AL, black
Sandy 4, son, born in TX, father born
in TX, mother born in TX,
black
Goyne, Pleasant 18, son, laborer, born in TX,
father born in AL, mother
born in AL , black
Clinton, Josephine 2/12, granddaughter, born in TX
father born in TX, mother
born in TX, black”
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William Pleas Goyne, a negro, was enumerated in the 1900 census of Marion County as the head of a household:

“Goyne, Pleas 70, born in TX
Ellen 30, wife, born in TX
William 15, son, born in TX
Florence 13, daughter, born in TX
Williard 13, son, born in TX
John 9, son, born in TX
Dan. H. 7, son, born in TX
Carrie 5, daughter, born in TX
Martie 3, son, born in TX
Infant 1/6, born in TX”

Williard Goynes, son of William Pleas Goynes, was born about 1887. He appeared as a 13-year-old in the 1900 census of his father’s household. Willard Goynes was married to Denia Harmon September 4, 1917, according to Marion County marriage records. Willard Goynes was remarried to Jewel Dawson September 22, 1918, according to Marion County Marriage Book H, page 334. “Will Goynes” was married to Rosa Smith July 16, 1919, according to Marion County Marriage Book H, page 390. Children born to Williard Goynes, Denia Harmon Goynes, Jewel Dawson Goins and Rosa Smith Goynes are unknown.

Dan Hill Goynes, a negro, was married to Jennie Rand November 23, 1916, according to Marion County Marriage Records. They lived in Smithland, Texas. Children born to Dan Hill Goynes and Jennie Rand Goynes include:

Zettie Mae Goynes born January 28, 1918
P.L. Goynes born July 2, 1920
Luther Goynes born October 19, 1922
Pelkin Goynes born October 22, 1922
Infant born September 5, 1924
Infant born May 2, 1920
Jeanette Goynes born July 2, 1940

Zettie Mae Goynes, daughter of Dan Hill Goynes and Jennie Rand Goynes, was born January 28, 1918, according to Marion County Birth Book B, page 18.

P.L. Goynes, son of Dan Hill Goynes and Jennie Rand Goynes was born July 2, 1920 at Smithland, Texas, according to Marion County Birth Book 3, page 18.
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Luther Goynes, son of Dan Hill Goynes and Jennie Rand Goynes was born October 19, 1922, according to Marion County Birth Book 5, page 97.

P. L. Goynes, son of Dan Hill Goynes and Jennie Rand Goynes was born July 2, 1920 at Smithland, Texas, according to Marion County Birth Book 3, page 18.

Pelkin Goynes, son of Dan Hill Goynes and Jennie Rand Goynes, was born October 22, 1922, according to Marion County Birth Book 3, page 19.

Jeanette Goynes, daughter of Dan Hill Goynes and Jennie Rand Goynes, was born July 2, 1940, according to Marion County Birth Book 6, page 178.

Dora Goynes, daughter of William Plez Goynes, was born September 8, 1904, according to Marion County Probate Birth Book 4, page 487.
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Viola Goyne was born August 22, 1906 in Marion County, according to BVS No. 1256569.
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Alger Marie Goynes, negress, daughter of Robert Charles Goynes, age 19, and Rosie Mae Ellis Goynes, 16, was born January 25, 1954, according to Marion County Birth Book 11, page 94.
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Archie B. Lewis Goynes was married to Gladys Roberson January 16, 1938, according to Marion County Marriage Book L, page 56. Children born to Archie B. Lewis Goynes and Gladys Roberson Goynes are unknown.
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Clara Goynes was married to Green Lemisey October 27, 1881, according to Marion County Marriage Book 3, page 558.
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Dorice Marie Goynes was born in Marion County September 25, 1950, according to BVS File 135911.
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Eddie Ray Goynes, first child of Ennis Ree Goynes, 21, and Mary Lee Waits Goynes, age 19, negroes, was born March 5, 1948, according to Marion County Birth Book 9, page 106. Ennis Ree Goynes was born in Detroit, Michigan according to the report.
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Ernest Leroy Goynes was born in Marion County March 10, 1930, according to BVS File 1262430 and Marion County Probate Birth Book 6, page 203. Ernest Leroy Goynes, an employee of Texas Bronze Manufacturing Company and Sudina Goynes lived at 1410 Richmond, according to the 1968 city directory of Ft. Worth, Texas. From 1969 through 1971 they lived at 2117 Ash Crescent. Ernest Leroy Goynes was also shown at 4320 Hughes Street.
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Irby Gray Goynes, negro, died October 1, 1922 of Bright’s disease at Smithland, Texas, according to Marion County Death Book 3, page 2. He was buried at Mt. Carmel Church Cemetary.
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Ivory L. Goynes died March 07, 1971 according to Marion County death records.
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Jonnie Goynes was born in Marion County July 2, 1940, according to BVS File 57828.
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Leroy Goynes, age 21, was married to Theresa Jones, age 18, March 20, 1950, according to Marion County Marriage Book N, page 64.
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Miss M. A. Goynes was married to K. Willard Jones, April 20, 1943, according to Marion County Marriage Book M, page 58.
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Robert Charles Goynes was married to Rosie Ellis December 29, 1953, according to Marion County Marriage Book N, page 238.
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Sharon L. Goynes, Rt. 1, Box 29C, Jefferson, Texas, was a sophomore at East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas, in 1970.
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Theodore Goynes was married to Esther Mae Smith July 10, 1964 according to Marion County Marriage Book O, page 341. Theodore Goynes, Jr, negro son of Theodore Goynes, age 20, and Jo Nell Taylor, age 19, was born November 27, 1952, at Lodi, Texas, according to Marion County Birth Book 10, page 271.
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William P. Goynes, negro, son of Joe Goynes and Jane Thornton Goynes, was born February 20, 1869, in Texas, according to Marion County Death Book 9, page 112. William P. Goynes was married to Ellen Douglas, January 12, 1901, according to Marion County Marriage Book 6, page 357. They lived in Smithland, Texas.

He died of gangrene and senility July 19, 1949, according to Effie Goynes, informant. “William P. Goynes died August 7, 1949,” according to BVS File 39360. Effie Florence Goynes, who was born in 1896, died as a widow July 26, 1955, according to Marion County Death Book 11, page 136.

Children born to William P. Goynes and Ellen Douglas Goynes include:

Murphy Goynes born about 1892

“Mirthey Goynes” was married to Dora Smith December 24, 1921, according to Marion County Marriage Book I, page 94. Children born to Mirthy Goynes and Dora Smith Goynes are unknown.

Murphy Goynes, child of William P. Goynes and Ellen Douglas Goynes, died January 23, 1948, according to Marion County Death Book 9, page 54.

William Plez Goynes, a negro, was born in Texas in 1921. He was married to Dorothy Lee Allen April 13, 1946, according to Marion County Marriage records. He was in the U.S. Army in 1946. In 1952 he was a farmer in Marion County. Children born to William Plez Goynes and Dorothy Lee Allen Goynes include:

Carolyn Jeanette Goynes born November 10, 1946
Theresa Dian Goynes born March 26, 1952
Glenda Faye Goynes born August 25, 1954
Michael Goynes born October 20, 1956

Carolyn Jeanette Goynes, first child of William Plez Goynes and Dorothy Lee Allen Goynes, was born November 10, 1946, according to Marion County Birth Book 8, page 92.

Theresa Dian Goynes, daughter of William Plez Goynes and Dorothy Lee Allen Goynes, was born March 26, 1952, according to Marion County Birth Book 10, page 229.

Glenda Faye Goynes, daughter of William Plez Goynes and Dorothy Lee Allen Goynes, was born August 25, 1954, according to Marion County Birth Book 11, page 161.

Michael Goynes, son of William Plez Goynes and Dorothy Lee Allen Goynes, was born October 20, 1956, according to Marion County Birth Book 11, page 41.
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Alfred Guyon was married to Fannie Bailey July 28, 1875, according to Marion County Marriage Book C, page 181. Children born to Alfred Guyon and Fannie Bailey Guyon are unknown.
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The births of other individuals recorded in Marion County Probate Birth Book 6 include: Algrette Goynes, page 259; Birdie Lee Goynes, page 260; Gloria Jean Goynes, page 262; Robert Charles Goynes, page 261; Viola Goyne, page 195.

MARTIN COUNTY, TEXAS

Jack Wilson Goin was married Miss Kathryn S. Nicks January 24, 1952, according to Martin County Marriage Book 4, page 460. In 1956 Jack Wilson Goin, a presser for Plaza Cleaners, and Kathryn S. Nicks Goin, an agent for Western Indemnity Life Insurance Company, lived at 4315 West 16th Street, Lubbock according to the city directory. In 1957 Jack Wilson Goin, a presser for City Cleaners lived on the Seminole Highway at Andrews, Texas, according to the 1957 Andrews city directory.

MATAGORDA COUNTY, TEXAS

John L. Gowen (45) was married on July 18, 1987 to Lois Pustejovsky (45), according to Marriage Book 10.
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Harry Guynes JR died December 16, 1964 according to Matagorda County death records.

MC CULLOUCH COUNTY, TEXAS

J. F. Goen was married to Nora Lafferty October 21, 1906, ac­cording to McCullouch County Marriage Book C, page 406. Of J. F. Goen and Nora Lafferty Goen nothing more is known.
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Miss Clyde Goens was married to S. W. Buchanan December 23, 1923, according to McCullouch County Marriage Book F, page 89.
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Barbara Jean Goings was married to William Aerl Comer December 14, 1971, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 73, page 581.
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Miss Janet LaDean Goings, age 18, was married to William S. Dando, age 20, at Brady, Texas December 25 1943, according to McCullouch County Marriage Book H, page 556.
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Miss Nora Goins was married to Tom Hutchieson of Lampasas, Texas August 20, 1927, according to McCulloch County Marriage Book F, page 388.
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Paul E. Gowins and his wife, Lillian Gowins, received a war­ranty deed from W. F. Dutton to two acres on two tracts on U. S. 377, according to McCulloch County Deed Book 136, page 340. Consideration was $1,500 in the transaction which oc­curred July 21, 1952.

MC LENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS

Augustus J. Gawne, physician and surgeon, officed at Padgitt Park Natatorium and lived at 1201 Jefferson, according to the 1894-95 city directory of Waco, Texas.
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Joe Darrell Goains was born in McLennan County March 28, 1960, according to BVS File 49552.
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Rosey L. Goains died October 4, 1977 according to McLennan County death records.
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David N. Goen was married to Sarah Rebecca Wood January 22, 1874, according to McLennan County Marriage Book A, page 17.

David N. Goen was enumerated in the 1880 census of McLennan County, Volume 23, Sheet 14, Enumeration District 118, Precinct 6:

Goen, David N. 36, born in Indiana
Sarah R. 24, born in Texas, wife
Ulysses I. 3, born in Texas, son
Otho S. P. 1, born in Texas, son

David N. Goen and Sarah Rebecca Wood Goen gave a deed to GC&S Railroad Company January 21, 1881, according to McLennan County Deed Book 483, page 4, Sarah Rebecca Wood Goen,” a widow”, gave a deed to P. M. Greenwade of Hill County, Texas to 419 acres of McLennan County land on November 6, 1902, according to McLennan County Deed Book 156, page 129.

Sarah Rebecca Wood Goen died in McLennan County, Texas July 23, 1940, according to BVS. No. 34203
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Ed Goen was married to Mattie Parmenter December 9, 1902, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 0, page 284.
They were the parents of Ramona Rebecca Goen who was born in Bell County, Texas October 1, 1913, according to BVS File 599912.

Mattie Parmenter Goen was married to W. G. Mozel January 7, 1914, according to McLennan County Marriage Book Z, page 196. Apparently the marriage was annulled. She reassumed her previous name.

Mattie Parmenter Goen gave a quit claim to Ira M. Staton March 20, 1930 to land in McLennan County, according to Deed Book 412, page 134. She gave a re­lease to Ida McKamie October 14, 1930, according to McLen­nan County Deed Book 416, page 328 and Book 417, page 45. She gave an easement to Texas Power & Light on March 8, 1937, according to McLennan County Deed Book 460, page 90.

Mattie Parmenter Goen, “of Moody, Texas,” one of the lega­tees of the estate of Charles Parmenter, deceased, and oth­ers relin­quished a sheriff’s deed to Scott & White Hospital to 33.11 acres of land for $700 July 1, 1941, according to McLennan County Deed Book 492 page 111 and page 147.

On May 31, 1930, Mattie Parmenter Goen received a deed to land in McLennan County from her daughter, Ramona Rebecca Goen, “feme sole of El Paso County, Texas”, accord­ing to McLennan County Deed Book 414, page 310. Mattie Parmenter Goen at that time lived at Moody, Texas.

Children born to Ed Goen and Mattie Parmenter Goen include:

Ramona Rebecca Goen born October 1, 1903

Ramona Rebecca Goen, only known child of Ed Goen and Mattie Parmenter Goen, was born in Bell County October 1, 1903, according to BVS File 599912. She appeared in 1929 as a student at the University of Texas living in Kirby Hall, ac­cording to the Austin city directory.

On May 31, 1930 Ramona Rebecca Goen, “feme sole of El Paso County, Texas” gave a deed to her mother to land in McLennan County according to McLennan Deed Book 414, page 310. On the same day Ramona Rebecca Goen was married to Curtis Montgomery, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 34, page 404.
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James Oliver Goen was the father of an infant born in McLen­nan County January 12, 1947, according to BVS File 11562.
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Alexander Goens was married to Eula Finley November 7, 1906, according to McLennan County Marriage Book R, page 289. Children born to Alexander Goens and Eula Finley Goens are unknown.
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Dale Manske Goin died August 2, 1989 according to McLennan County death records.
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Evelyn Ruth Goin died June 20, 1994 according to McLennan County death records.
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Gary Raymond Goin was married to Lynda Gale Yarbrough July 18, 1967, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 67, page 354. Children born to Gary Raymond Goin and Lynda Gale Yarbrough Goin are unknown.
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Joan Goin gave a deed to Ralph Davis II February 16, 1971, according to McLennan County Deed Book 1087, page 890.
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Kevin Todd Goin was born November 13, 1965 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 187526.
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William Lowell Goin was married to Evelyn R. Murray De­cember 15, 1942, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 34, page 561. In 1945 and 1946 William Lowell Goin, U. S. Army, and Evelyn R. Murray Goin lived at 110 Mecca Road, according to the Waco city directory.

Children born to William Lowell Goin and Evelyn R. Murray Goin include:

William Lowell Goin, Jr., born April 16, 1945

William Lowell Goin Jr., first child of William Lowell Goin and Evelyn R. Murray Goin, was born April 16, 1945, according to BVS File 45561.
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Charles M. Goines (22) married Mary I. Romo (30) on January 31, 1975 according to Mc Lennan County marriage records.
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Willie Goines, negro, boarded at 320 Cherry in East Waco, ac­cording to the 1917-18 Waco city directory.
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Bettie Merle Goins was born July 22, 1924, in McLennan County, according to BVS File 45686.
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Bradley O. Goins was married to Dorothy Lanell Foster November 9, 1962, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 62, page 36. Children born to Bradley O. Goins and Dorothy Lanell Foster Goins are unknown.
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Carrie Lucile Goins was born March 12, 1907 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 631810.
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Donald J. Goins (36) married Sharen E. Alsup (32) on June 1, 1984 according to Mc Lennan County marriage records.

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Eliza Goins died May 19, 1937 in McLennan County, Texas, ac­cording to BVS File 27663.
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Eddie R. Goins (18) married Gloria S. Garcia (18) on November 27, 1968 according to Mc Lennan County marriage records.
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Edgar M. Goins, a carpenter, and his wife, Susie Goins were listed in the Waco city directories from 1917 until 1931, in various addresses, a different address in each directory.
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Elmer Eldredge, Goins, Jr. was married to Glenda ‘Cile Hunter July 5, 1962, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 61, page 372. “Elmer E. Goins,” U. S. Air Force, lived in Capehart Housing area, according to the 1963 city directory of Big Spring, Texas.
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Frank Henry Goins, a helper at Waco Sheet Metal Works, was born in McLennan County March 31, 1916 according to BVS File 100903. He was married to Florine Martin July 8, 1933, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 23, page 530. In 1934 Frank Henry Goins lived at 511 Webster, according to the Waco city directory. On October 12, 1935 he was married to Elizabeth Reese, according to Marriage Book 26, page 246. In 1936 Frank Henry Goins and Elizabeth Reese Goins lived at 1610 North 28th Street, according to the Waco city directory. In 1941 they lived at 2515 Columbus with one child.
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George Hardey Goins was born July 16, 1948 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 83460.
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Girlene Goins was married to Simons Harrison December 14. 1912, according to McLennan County Marriage Book X, page 481
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James Goins died July 28, 1917 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 19960.
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James Goins died in McLennan County Texas April 5, 1950, according to Texas BVS File 19123.
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James R. Goins was married to Lola Savey May 7, 1928, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book 19, page 332. Apparently the couple was later divorced because on January 6, 1930 they were remarried, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 21, page 335. In 1928 James R. Goins lived at 904 Elm Street. according to the Waco city directory. In the 1930-31 city directory he and Lola Savey Goins continued to live at that address. He was listed as a carpenter. Lola Savey Goins was a garment worker for The Hawk & Buck Company and lived at 904 Elm, according to the 1930-31 city directory. In 1932 she continued to work for the firm, but lived at 617 South 3rd Street. In 1934 she, a seamstress, was back at 904 Elm, according to the city directory.
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John D. Goins Sr. died November 22, 1977 according to McLennan County death records.
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John Richard Goins was married to Carolyn Joyce Webb De­cember 16, 1959, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 58, page 525. Children born to John Richard Goins and Carolyn Joyce Webb Goins are unknown.
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M. J.. Goins was born in McLennan County, Texas, August 20, 1917, according to BVS File 35833.
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Marva Raedean Goins was born in McLennan County March 16, 1964, according to BVS File 47306.
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Mattie Goins was married to Allen Owen Franklin June 8, 1948, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 44, page 121.
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Maurl L. Goins died June 29, 1913 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 13695.
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Mc. N. Goins died September 26, 1946 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 42289
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Michael O’Neil Goins was born in McLennan County January 25, 1964, according to BVS File 11658.
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Olla Goins, his wife, Kathrine Goins and two children were living at 511 Lottie, according to the 1945 Waco city directory.
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Susie Goins died November 11, 1931 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 52765.
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Thurman Goins (32) was married to Elsie Louise Watson (29) November 29, 1971, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 73, page 533.
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William L. Goins lived at 1821 Pine Avenue, according to the 1934 Waco City directory. In 1936 he, a helper at Central Garage, and his wife, Eva Goins, lived at 320 Kane. Living at the same addresses in 1934 and 1936 was Richard Goins. He was listed as a mechanic in the 1936 edition.
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Robert Goinse was married to Eliza Ward April 3, 1854, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book 1, page 6. Robert Goinse and Eliza Ward Goinse are believed to have moved to McCullouch County, Texas.

R. G. Goinse and Elizabeth Goins, believed to be the above, received a deed from L. W. Bond September 12, 1888 to Lots 1&2, Block M, Pueblo, Texas, for $50, according to McCul­louch County Deed Book M, page 162. Pueblo was later changed to Waldrip, Texas.

R. G. Goins and Elizabeth Goins, believed to be the above, of Waldrip, Texas gave a deed to D. W. Hill November 4, 1893 to Lots 1&2, Block 16, Pueblo, for $250, according to McCul­loch County Deed Book 5, page 120.
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Billy Ray Gowan was born December 12, 1955 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 230674.
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Bobby Ladell Gowan was born May 1, 1957 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 86620.
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Carolyn Lavern Gowan was born October 10, 1955 in McLen­nan County, according to BVS File 186928.
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Clarence E. Gowan, 20 was married to Judy Banks, 16 No-vember 12, 1971 according to Mc Lennan County marriage records. Children born to Clarence E. Gowan and Judy Banks Gowan are unknown.
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Emmitt Gowan was married to Mable White June 9, 1942, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book 33, page 508.
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Enid Gowan was born in McLennan County January 13, 1938, according to BVS File 6889.
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Helen Gowan was born May 26, 1931 in McLennan County, according to BVS File No, 111032.
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Helen Marie Gowan was married to Charles Williams, Jr. June 2, 1948, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 44, page 102.
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Katie Mae Gowan was married to Maynard F. Square March 28, 1946 according to McLennan County Marriage Book 40, page 363.
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Kochn Kyle Gowan was born January 20, 1926 in McLennan County, according to BVS File No 5447.
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Lisa Rose Gowan was born April 29, 1965 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 60075.
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Mrs. Marie Gowan, the widow of Oscar T. Gowan lived at 2009 Live Oak Avenue, according to the 1970, 1971 and 1972 city directories of Waco. She was shown as retired in 1970 and as a waitress in 1971.
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Mary Gowan was a student living at 708 Johnson, according to the 1969 Waco city directory
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Miss Murray Lee Gowan was married to James Earl Lee February 16, 1971, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 72, page 418.
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Otis Gowan died December 27, 1991 according to McLennan County death records.
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R. G. Gowan died October 27, 1978 according to McLennan County death records.
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Otis Gowan III, 18, was married to Thresa J. Westbrooks, 18 on November 14, 1970, according to Mc Lennan County mar-riage records. Children born to Otis Gowan III and Thesa J. Westbrooks Gowan are unknown.
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R. L. Gowan was married to Annie Johnson April 2, 1915, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book A-1, page 385. Of R. L. Gowan and Annie Johnson Gowan nothing more is known.
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Roy Philemon Gowan was born March 30, 1962 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 49269.
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Roy P. Gowan, 22 was married to Myrtle P. Williams, 20 Jan-uary 12, 1985, according to McLennan Marriage Book 155. Children born to Roy P. Gowan and Myrtle P. Williams Gowan are unknown.
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Sallie Lorene Gowan was married to Lige White November 27, 1951, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 48, page 543.
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Mrs. W. A. Gowan, a member of First Baptist Church in Wa-co, was a contributor to “Treasured Thoughts” in 1951.
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A. J. Gowans was born July 11, 1927 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 47516. He was shown as a driver for Waco Transfer, living at Route 4, Box 950, according to the 1951 city directory of Waco, Texas. His listing remained the same in the 1953, 1954 and 1956 edition. A. J. Gowans was married to Reasenell Jackson April 15, 1960, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 59, page 102.

In 1961 A. J. Gowans was shown as an employee of Jim Phipps and lived at 1909 Kate. A. J. Gowans and Reasenell Jackson Gowans Were listed in each issue of the directory from 1968 through 1972 living at 1909 Kate St. He was shown as a la­borer for Nelly’s Sand and Gravel. On September 6, 1967 he gave a warranty deed to McLennan County Property to Rase Gowan, Jr. according to McLennan County Deed Book 1013 page 637.
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C. L. Gowans was born in Waco, July 19, 1923. He was mar­ried to Inez Babb November 28, 1944, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 38, page 278. He was married to Sudie Mae Davis July 19, 1947, according to Hill County Marriage Book 26, page 277. He was married to Margie Nell Darn March 25, 1949 in Clovis, New Mexico according to Curry County, New Mexico Marriage Book 35, Certificate No. 9234. Of C. L. Gowans, Inez Babb Gowans, Sudie Mae Davis Gowans and Margie Nell Darn Gowans nothing more is known.
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Frank James Gowans died June 11, 1946 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 28301.
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H. Gowans was employed as a laborer for William Cameron & Company, according to the 1951 city directory of Waco He lived on Route 4.
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Hardin Gowans died March 12, 1994 according to McLennan County death records.
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Hardy Gowans was married to Marie Gilbert December 3, 1946, according to McLennan County Book 34, page 521.
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Jessie Gowans died January 14, 1941 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 4238.
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Juanita Gowans died May 22, 1940 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 24885.
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Leroy Gowans died December 20, 1941 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 71885.
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Miss Louie D. Gowans was married to Harold Sallard October 19, 1934, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 25, page 227.
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Mae Belle Gowans was married to Nelson Slaughter, Jr. May 9, 1942, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 33, page 423.
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Richard Gowans, his wife, Amy Gowans, and two children lived at 310 Speight, according to the 1939 city directory of Waco.
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James E. Gowen, a salesman for Sou Barber Supply, and his wife, May Gowen, lived at the Raleigh Hotel in Waco, accord­ing to the 1926 city directory of Waco. She was also employed by Sou Barber Supply.
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Ralph E. Gowens, 21was married to Genevieve L. Reed, 22, December 21, 1968 according to Mc Lennan County marriage records. Children born to Ralph E. Gowens and Genevieve L. Reed Gowens are unknown.
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Mrs. Mary Gowin was a waitress employed by the Garden Cafe, according to the 1951 city directory of Waco.
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Myrtle Jean Gowin was born in McLennan County February 6, 1954, according to BVS File 29393.
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Nellie Gowins was married to R. B. Hill February 20, 1915, according to McLennan County Marriage Book A-1, page 342.
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Harding Gown was born June 7, 1923 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 34615.
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Dorothy Lou Gowns died June 15, 1930 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 30601.
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Emint Gowns, Jr. was born in McLennan County April 4, 1943, according to BVS File 45726
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Juanita Gowns was born November 25, 1922 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 68006.
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Billie Jean Goyen was born April 5, 1925 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 27123.
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Elizabeth Goyne died July 11, 1955 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 35357.
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William Mazrow Goyne was listed in the 1919-20 city Direc­tory of Waco as a machinist helper by the MK&T Railroad. On March 4, 1922 he received a release from E. C. Earle for a lot in Waco, according to McLennan County Deed Book 483, page 706. In 1926 he was a laborer for the St. Louis-Southwest Railway. In 1930-31 he was shown as living on Corsicana Road, an address he maintained through 1936. His wife, Elizabeth M. Goyne, appeared in the city directory for the first time in the 1932-33 edition.

J. D. Goyne was born November 9, 1852 in Arkansas of parents unknown according to William Mazrow Goyne. In 1935 J. D. Goyne, widowed, retired farmer, was living in Shackleford County, Texas. He died December 22, 1935 of pneumonia at age 83, according to Shackelford County Death Book 1, page 120.

He was buried at Albany, Texas, according to William Mazrow Goyne, informant for the death certificate, of Route 4, Waco, Texas.

James Goyne, who is listed in the 1880 census of Bosque County, Texas is possibly the J. D. Goyne above.

In the 1939 edition William Mazrow Goyne and Elizabeth M. Goyne and one child were living at 3712 Harrison, an address they maintained until 1952. From 1941 he was shown as a foreman. In 1953 and 1954 he was shown as a watchman for Cottonbelt Railroad living at 3714 Harrison. From 1954 until 1968 no listing appeared for William Mazrow Goyne. In the 1968 and 1971 directory he was listed as retired, living at 3714 Harrison. The March 1972 telephone directory of Waco showed him at that address.
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Phyllis Eileen Goynes was married to Thomas Jackson Ward June 12, 1968, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 68, page 470.
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W. W. Goynes was listed in the 1911-12 city directory of Waco as the manager of Texas Adjustment Company, rooming at 703 Columbus.

MC LENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS

Augustus J. Gawne, physician and surgeon, officed at Padgitt Park Natatorium and lived at 1201 Jefferson, according to the 1894-95 city directory of Waco.
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Joe Darrell Goains was born in McLennan County March 28, 1960, according to BVS File 49552.
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D. N. Goen was married to Sarah Rebecca Wood January 22, 1874, according to McLennan County Marriage Book A, page 17. D. N. Goen and Sarah Rebecca Wood Goen gave a deed to G. C.. & S. Railroad Company January 21, 1881, according to McLen­nan County Deed Book 483, page 4, Sarah Rebecca Wood Goen,” a widow”, gave a deed to P. M. Greenwade of Hill County, Texas to 419 acres of McLennan County land on November 6, 1902, according to McLennan County Deed Book 156, page 129.

Sarah Rebecca Wood Goen died in McLennan County, Texas July 23, 1940, according to BVS. No. 34203.
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Ed Goen was married to Mattie Parmenter December 9, 1902, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 0, page 284.
They were the parents of Ramona Rebecca Goen who was born in Bell County, Texas October 1, 1913, according to BVS File 599912.

Mattie Parmenter Goen was married to W. G. Mozel January 7, 1914, according to McLennan County Marriage Book Z, page 196. Apparently the marriage was annulled. She reassumed her previous name.

Mattie Parmenter Goen gave a quit claim to Ira M. Staton March 20, 1930 to land in McLennan County, according to McLennan County Deed Book 412, page 134. She gave a re­lease to Ida McKamie October 14, 1930, according to McLen­nan County Deed Book 416, page 328 and Book 417, page 45. She gave an easement to Texas Power & Light on March 8, 1937, according to McLennan County Deed Book 460, page 90.

Mattie Parmenter Goen, “of Moody, Texas”, one of the lega­tees of the estate of Charles Parmenter, deceased, and oth­ers relin­quished a sheriff’s deed to Scott & White Hospital to 33.11 acres of land for $700 July 1, 1941, according to McLennan County Deed Book 492 page 111 and page 147.

On May 31, 1930 Mattie Parmenter Goen received a deed to land in McLennan County, Texas from her daughter, Ramona Rebecca Goen, “feme sole of El Paso County, Texas”, accord­ing to McLennan County Deed Book 414, page 310. Mattie Par­menter Goen at that time lived at Moody, Texas.

Children born to Ed Goen and Mattie Parmenter Goen in­clude:

Ramona Rebecca Goen born October 1, 1903

Ramona Rebecca Goen, only known child of Ed Goen and Mattie Parmenter Goen, was born in Bell County October 1, 1903, according to BVS File 599912. She appeared in 1929 as a student at the University of Texas living in Kirby Hall, ac­cording to the Austin city direc­tory.

On May 31, 1930 Ramona Rebecca Goen, “feme sole of El Paso County, Texas” gave a deed to her mother to land in McLennan County, Texas, according to McLennan Deed Book 414, page 310. On the same day Ramona Rebecca Goen was married to Curtis Montgomery, according to El Paso County Marriage Book 34, page 404.
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Mattie Zolia Goen died April 28, 1967 according to McLennan County death records.
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James Oliver Goen was the father of an infant born in McLen­nan County January 12, 1947, according to BVS File 11562.
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Alexander Goens was married to Eula Finley November 7, 1906, according to McLennan County Marriage Book R, page 289. Children born to Alexander Goens and Eula Finley Goens are unknown.
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Gary Raymond Goin was married to Lynda Gale Yarbrough July 1 18, 1967, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 67, page 354.
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Joan Goin gave a deed to Ralph Davis II on February 16, 1971, according to McLennan County Deed Book 1087, page 890.
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Kevin Todd Goin was born November 13, 1965 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 187526.
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William Lowell Goin was married to Evelyn R. Murray De­cember 15, 1942, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 34, page 561. In 1945 and 1946 William Lowell Goin, U. S. Army, and Evelyn Murray Goin lived at 110 Mecca Road, according to the Waco city directory.

Children born to William Lowell Goin and Evelyn R. Murray Goin include:

William Lowell Goin, Jr born April 16, 1945

William Lowell Goin Jr., first child of William Lowell Goin and Evelyn R. Goin, was born April 16, 1945, according to BVS File 45561.
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Willie Goines, negro, boarded at 320 Cherry in East Waco, ac­cording to the 1917-18 Waco city directory.
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Bettie Merle Goins was born July 22, 1924, in McLennan County, according to BVS File 45686.
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Bradley O. Goins was married to Dorothy Lanell Foster November 9, 1962, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 62, page 36. Children born to Bradley O. Goins and Dorothy Lanell Foster Goins are unknown.
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Carrie Lucile Goins was born March 12, 1907 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 631810.
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Eliza Goins died May 19, 1937 in McLennan County, Texas, ac­cording to BVS File No. 27663.
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Edgar M. Goins, a carpenter, and his wife, Susie Goins were listed in the Waco city directories from 1917 until 1931, in various addresses, a different address in each directory.
==O==
Elmer Eldredge, Goins, Jr. was married to Glenda ‘Cile Hunter July 5, 1962, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 61, page 372. “Elmer E. Goins,” U. S. Air Force, lived in Capehart Housing area, according to the 1963 city directory of Big Spring, Texas.
==O==
Frank Henry Goins, a helper at Waco Sheet Metal Works, was born in McLennan County March 31, 1916 according to BVS File 100903. He was married to Florine Martin July 8, 1933, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 23, page 530. In 1934 Frank Henry Goins lived at 511 Webster, according to the Waco city directory. On October 12, 1935 he was married to Elizabeth Reese, according to Marriage Book 26, page 246. In 1936 Frank Henry Goins and Elizabeth Reese Goins lived at 1610 North 28th Street, according to the Waco city directory. In 1941 they lived at 2515 Columbus with one child.
==O==
George Hardey Goins was born July 16, 1948 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 83460.
==O==
Girlene Goins was married to Simons Harrison December 14. 1912, according to McLennan County Marriage Book X, page 481
==O==
James Goins died July 28, 1917 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 19960.
==O==
James Goins died in McLennan County Texas April 5, 1950, according to Texas BVS File 19123.
==O==
James R. Goins was married to Lola Savey May 7, 1928, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book 19, page 332. Apparently the couple was later divorced because on January 6, 1930 they were remarried, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 21, page 335. In 1928 James R. Goins lived at 904 Elm Street. according to the Waco city directory. In the 1930-31 city directory he and Lola Savey Goins continued to live at that address. He was listed as a carpenter. Lola Savey Goins was a garment worker for The Hawk & Buck Company and lived at 904 Elm, according to the 1930-31 city directory. In 1932 she continued to work for the firm, but lived at 617 South 3rd Street. In 1934 she, a seamstress, was back at 904 Elm, according to the city directory.
==O==
John Richard Goins was married to Carolyn Joyce Webb De­cember 16, 1959, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 58, page 525.
==O==
M. J.. Goins was born in McLennan County, Texas, August 20, 1917, according to BVS File No. 35833.
==O==
Marva Raedean Goins was born in McLennan County March 16, 1964, according to BVS File 47306.
==O==
Mattie Goins was married to Allen Owen Franklin June 8, 1948, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 44, page 121.
==O==
Maurl L. Goins died June 29, 1913 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 13695.
==O==
Mc. N. Goins died September 26, 1946 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 42289
==O==
Michael O’Neil Goins was born in McLennan County January 25, 1964, according to BVS File 11658.
==O==
Olla Goins, his wife, Kathrine Goins and two children were living at 511 Lottie, according to the 1945 Waco city directory.
==O==
Susie Goins died November 11, 1931 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File No. 52765.
==O==
Thurman Goins was married to Elsie Louise Watson November 29, 1971, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 73, page 533.
==O==
William L. Goins lived at 1821 Pine Avenue, according to the 1934 Waco City directory. In 1936 he, a helper at Central Garage, and his wife, Eva Goins, lived at 320 Kane. Living at the same addresses in 1934 and 1936 was Richard Goins. He was listed as a mechanic in the 1936 edition.
==O==
Robert Goinse was married to Eliza Ward April 3, 1854, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book 1, page 6. Robert Goinse and Eliza Ward Goinse are believed to have moved to McCullouch County, Texas.

R. G. Goinse and Elizabeth Goins, believed to be the above, re­ceived a deed from L. W. Bond September 12, 1888 to Lots 1&2, Block M, Pueblo, Texas, for $50, according to McCul­louch County Deed Book M, page 162. Pueblo was later changed to Waldrip, Texas.

R. G. Goins and Elizabeth Goins, believed to be the above, of Waldrip, Texas gave a deed to D. W. Hill November 4, 1893 to Lots 1&2, Block 16, Pueblo, for $250, according to McCul­loch County Deed Book 5, page 120.
==O==
Billy Ray Gowan was born December 12, 1955 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 230674.
==O==
Bobby Ladell Gowan was born May 1, 1957 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 86620.
==O==
Carolyn Lavern Gowan was born October 10, 1955 in McLen­nan County, according to BVS File 186928.
==O==
Emmitt Gowan was married to Mable White June 9, 1942, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book 33, page 508.
==O==
Enid Gowan was born in McLennan County January 13, 1938, according to BVS File 6889.
==O==
Helen Gowan was born May 26, 1931 in McLennan County, ac­cording to BVS File No, 111032.
==O==
Helen Marie Gowan was married to Charles Williams, Jr. June 2, 1948, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 44, page 102.
==O==
Katie Mae Gowan was married to Maynard F. Square March 28, 1946 according to McLennan County Marriage Book 40, page 363.
==O==
Kochn Kyle Gowan was born January 20, 1926 in McLennan County, according to BVS File No 5447.
==O==
Lisa Rose Gowan was born April 29, 1965 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 60075.
==O==
Mrs. Marie Gowan, the widow of Oscar T. Gowan lived at 2009 Live Oak Avenue, according to the 1970, 1971 and 1972 city directories of Waco. She was shown as retired in 1970 and as a waitress in 1971.
==O==
Mary Gowan was a student living at 708 Johnson, according to the 1969 Waco city directory
==O==
Miss Murray Lee Gowan was married to James Earl Lee Febru­ary 16, 1971, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 72, page 418.
==O==
R. L. Gowan was married to Annie Johnson April 2, 1915, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book A-1, page 385. Of R. L. Gowan and Annie Johnson Gowan nothing more is known.
==O==
Roy Philemon Gowan was born March 30, 1962 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 49269.
==O==
Sallie Lorene Gowan was married to Lige White November 27, 1951, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 48, page 543.
==O==
A. J. Gowans was born July 11, 1927 in McLennan County, ac­cording to BVS File 47516. He was shown as a driver for Waco Transfer, living at Route 4, Box 950, according to the 1951 city directory of Waco, Texas. His listing remained the same in the 1953, 1954 and 1956 edition. A. J. Gowans was married to Reasenell Jackson April 15, 1960, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 59, page 102.

In 1961 A. J. Gowans was shown as an employee of Jim Phipps and lived at 1909 Kate. A. J. Gowans and Reasenell Jackson Gowans Were listed in each issue of the directory from 1968 through 1972 living at 1909 Kate St. He was shown as a la­borer for Nelly’s Sand and Gravel. On September 6, 1967 he gave a warranty deed to McLennan County Property to Rase Gowan, Jr. according to McLennan County Deed Book 1013 page 637.
==O==
C. L. Gowans was born in Waco, July 19, 1923. He was mar­ried to Inez Babb November 28, 1944, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 38, page 278. He was married to Sudie Mae Davis July 19, 1947, according to Hill County Marriage Book 26, page 277. He was married to Margie Nell Darn March 25, 1949 in Clovis, New Mexico according to Curry County, New Mexico Marriage Book 35, Certificate No. 9234. Of C. L. Gowans, Inez Babb Gowans, Sudie Mae Davis Gowans and Margie Nell Darn Gowans nothing more is known.
==O==
Frank James Gowans died June 11, 1946 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 28301.
==O==
H. Gowans was employed as a laborer for William Cameron & Company, according to the 1951 city directory of Waco He lived on Route 4.
==O==
Hardy Gowans was married to Marie Gilbert December 3, 1946, according to McLennan County Book 34, page 521.
==O==
Jessie Gowans died January 14, 1941 in McLennan County, ac­cording to BVS File 4238.
==O==
Juanita Gowans died May 22, 1940 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 24885.
==O==
Leroy Gowans died December 20, 1941 in McLennan County, ac­cording to BVS File 71885.
==O==
Miss Louie D. Gowans was married to Harold Sallard October 19, 1934, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 25, page 227.
==O==
Mae Belle Gowans was married to Nelson Slaughter, Jr. May 9, 1942, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 33, page 423.
==O==
Richard Gowans, his wife, Amy Gowans, and two children lived at 310 Speight, according to the 1939 city directory of Waco.
==O==
Edward L. Gowen (28) married Sandra A. Luther (18) on December 8, 1982 according to Mc Lennan County marriage records.
==O==
James E. Gowen, a salesman for Sou Barber Supply, and his wife, May Gowen, lived at the Raleigh Hotel in Waco, accord­ing to the 1926 city directory of Waco, She was also employed by Sou Barber Supply.
==O==
Mrs. Mary Gowin was a waitress employed by the Garden Cafe, according to the 1951 city directory of Waco.
==O==
Myrtle Jean Gowin was born in McLennan County February 6, 1954, according to BVS File 29393.
==O==
Nellie Gowins was married to R. B. Hill February 20, 1915, ac­cording to McLennan County Marriage Book A-1, page 342.
==O==
Harding Gown was born June 7, 1923 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 34615.
==O==
Dorothy Lou Gowns died June 15, 1930 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 30601.
==O==
Emint Gowns, Jr. was born in McLennan County April 4, 1943, according to BVS File 45726
==O==
Juanita Gowns was born November 25, 1922 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 68006.
==O==
Billie Jean Goyen was born April 5, 1925 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 27123.
==O==
Elizabeth Goyne died July 11, 1955 in McLennan County, Texas, according to BVS File 35357.
==O==
William M. Goyne died February 28, 1974 according to McLennan County death records.
==O==
William Mazrow Goyne was listed in the 1919-20 city Direc­tory of Waco as a machinist helper by the MK&T Railroad. On March 4, 1922 he received a release from E. C. Earle for a lot in Waco, according to McLennan County Deed Book 483, page 706. In 1926 he was a laborer for the St. Louis-Southwest Railway. In 1930-31 he was shown as living on Corsicana Road, an address he maintained through 1936. His wife, Eliza­beth M. Goyne, appeared in the city directory for the first time in the 1932-33 edition.

In the 1939 edition William Mazrow Goyne and Elizabeth M. Goyne and one child were living at 3712 Harrison, an address they maintained until 1952. From 1941 he was shown as a foreman. In 1953 and 1954 he was shown as a watchman for Cottonbelt Railroad living at 3714 Harrison. From 1954 until 1968 no listing appeared for William Mazrow Goyne. In the 1968 and 1971 directory he was listed as retired, living at 3714 Harrison. The March 1972 telephone directory of Waco showed him at that address.
==O==
Phyllis Eileen Goynes was married to Thomas Jackson Ward June 12, 1968, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 68, page 470.
==O==
W. W. Goynes was listed in the 1911-12 city directory of Waco as the manager of Texas Adjustment Company,
rooming at 703 Columbus.
==O==
Luther B. Guynes died April 11, 1975 according to McLennan County death records.
==O==
Bettie Jo McGowan died February 01, 1990 according to McLennan County death records.

MC MULLEN COUNTY, TEXAS

Rayborn Goins died May 19, 1960 in McMullen County, Texas, according to BVS File 31514

MENARD COUNTY, TEXAS

Earl Goins Glossbrenner died November 23, 1981 according to Menard County death records.
==O==
R. G. Gowens was married to Miss Effie Burton February 3, 1893, according to Menard County Marriage Book 1, Page 83. Of R. G. Gowens, Eddie Burton Gowens and descendants nothing more is known.

MEDINA COUNTY, TEXAS

JIMMIE DON GOIN DIED OCTOBER 20, 1993 ACCORDING TO MEDINA COUNTY DEATH RECORDS.

MIDLAND COUNTY, TEXAS

Cheryl J. Goin, daughter of Charles Elwood Goin, Star Route B, Box 146, Midland, was born June 26, 1950. In 1969 she was listed as a freshman at Texas Technological Univer­sity.
==O==
Forrest Wayne Goin (38) married Dorothy Marie Zubicek (32) on February 26, 1966 according to Midland County marriage records.
==O==
William F. Goin (31) married Judy D. Gulley (26) on October 4, 1974 according to Midland County marriage records.
==O==
Mrs. Ollie Goings, a dietician at Midland Memorial Hospital, lived at 810 South Marienfield, according to the 1955 Midland city directory.
==O==
Virgie Lee Goings died August 11, 1991 according to Midland County death records.
==O==
Rev. James H. Goins, pastor of Bellview Baptist Church, and his wife, Claire Goins lived in Midland in 1950, 1951 and 1956, according to the city directories.
==O==
Lucille Goins, a domestic, lived at 509 North Lamesa Road, ac­cording to the 1950-51 city directory of Midland.
==O==
Ruby Goins, an employee of Honolulu Oil Company, lived at 1711 North Main, according to the 1952 city directory of Mid­land. “Ruby Laverne Going” was married to Robert Edwin Sutton May 18, 1952, according to Midland County Marriage Book 10, page 72,

Verla Lee Goins, lab assistant for Humble Oil & Refining Com­pany, lived at 505 North Pecos from 1948 to 1951, ac­cording to the Midland city directory. In 1959 she lived at 1711 North Main, the same address given by Ruby Goins. In 1959 she lived at 1200 Oak.
==O==
Emmett Gowan and his wife, Hazel G. Gowan lived at 708 East Michigan Avenue in Midland from 1955 to 1959. He was em­ployed by Swift & Company.
==O==
Jack Howard Gowan was married to Gertrude Jeane Barager on April 18, 1942, according to Midland County Marriage Book 6, page 129. Jack Howard Gowan was born in Michigan in 1919 and Gertrude Jeane Barager Gowan was born in Michigan in 1922. In 1944 they lived at 1413 West 3rd Street in Odessa, Texas.

David Lynn Gowan, first child of Jack Howard Gowan and Gertrude Jeane Barager Gowan, was born July 11, 1944, ac­cording to Midland County Birth Book 2, page 542.
==O==
Leroy Gowan and his wife, Loretta Gowan lived at 406 West Sanding Avenue, Midland, according to the 1972 city direc­tory.
==O==
M. M. Gowan and his wife, Annie Laura Gowan, lived at 601 Canyon Drive in 1960-61, according to the Midland city di­rectory. He was a salesman for Murray Motors at that time. Annie Laura Gowan was employed by Texas Electric Service Company at that time. They lived at 1109 Midkiff in 1959, also in 1959 Annie Laura Gowen was employed as a clerk by Hesters Office Supply in Big Spring, Texas, at that time her ad­dress was listed as Route 2, according to the Big Spring city di­rectory.

Allie Jane Gowan lived at 601 Canyon Drive, the same address given by M. M. Gowan and Annie Laura Gowan, according to the 1960-61 city directory of Mid­land. Allie Jane Gowan was married to Boyce Wayne McKen­zieon February 2. 1955, according to Midland County Marriage Book 11, page 111. The couple lived on Raymond Drive in Midland.
==O==
Rose Gowan was a waitress for King’s Sandwich Shop, accord­ing to the 1944-45 Midland city directory.
==O==
Wanda R. Gowan, a laundry worker at Oriental Cleaners, was listed in 1952 Midland city directory.
==O==
Eula Faye Gowans was born August 17, 1952, according to Midland County Birth Book 7, page 326.
==O==
Rase Gowans, Jr. died April 02, 1986 according to Midland County death records.
==O==
Viola Mae Gowans was married to Bill Mayes January 10, 1968, according to Midland County Marriage Book 19, page 160.
==O==
Viola Gowans died June 12, 1988 according to Midland County death records.
==O==
Marie Gowens, a maid at the Scharbauer Hotel, lived in the Moody Addition, according to the 1946-47 Midland city direc­tory.
==O==
Emitt Gowns was married to Lucille Noble July 5, 1948, ac­cording to Midland County Marriage Book 8, page 339. Of Emitt Gowns and Lucille Noble Gowns, nothing more is known.
==O==
Fount Hubert Goyne died December 15, 1992 according to Midland County death records.
==O==
Vera Gladys Goyne died December 27, 1992 according to Midland County death records.
==O==
Vickie Lee Goyne was married to Louis Michael DeMarco May 31, 1963, according to Midland County Marriage Book 16, page 33.
==O==
Henry Guynes Hester, Jr. died April 27, 1989 according to Midland County death records.

MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS

Andrew Goins died December 22, 1952 in Milam County, ac­cording to BVS File 68804.
==O==
Clemmie C. Goins died May 20, 1978 according to Milam County death records.
==O==
Henry Goins, negro, was born at Rockdale, Texas in 1863. About 1883 he was married to Mandy Washington who was born in 1868 in Freestone County, Texas. In June 1900 they were living at Seagoville, Texas where he was employed as a farmer.

Children born to Henry Goins and Mandy Washington Goins include:

Wilmer Goins born June 29, 1900

Wilmer Goins, second child of Henry Goins and Mandy Wash­ington Goins. was born June 29, 1900 at Seagoville, Texas, ac­cording to Dallas County, Texas Birth Book 41, page 608.

A previous child of Henry Goins had died earlier. Wilmer Goins died February 3, 1957 in Dallas County, according to BVS File 695. He died in Dallas County September 30, 1962, according to BVS File 61193.
==O==
Janie Goins died October 25, 1944 in Milam County, according to BVS File 48453.
==O==
Sam Goins died July 11, 1928 in Milam County, according to BVS File 31893.
==O==
Sarah Goins was the mother of an infant which died in Milam County, in October 1920, according to BVS File 56569.
==O==
Ann Gowan, negress, age 7, was shown living in the household of Lee Randle in the 1880 census of Milam County, Enumeration District 101, page 69. She was born in Texas.
==O==
The family of Thomas Gowan, white male, was living in the Baileyville Community, Enumeration District 101, page 82, Precinct 2, His household was shown as:

“Gowen, Thomas 47, born in Tennessee
Rachel 33, born in Arkansas
Bingham, Frances M. 17, born in Texas, daughter
Gowen, Mary E. 12, born in Texas, daughter
Joshua T. 10, born in Texas, son
Alice 7, born in Texas, daughter
Rachael 4, born in Texas, daughter
Daniel 5/12, born in Texas, son”
==O==
James Gowens appeared as the head of a household enumerated in 1880 census in Milam County, Enumeration District 101, page 84, precinct 2 as:

“Gowens, James 22, born in Alabama
Lucinda 24, born in Alabama
Pennie A. 4, born in Texas
Ida 2, born in Texas”
==O==
Willie Darnell Goyens was born in Milam County August 4, 1952, according to BVS File 131455.
==O==
Cathy Ann Guynes died June 04, 1981 according to Milam County death records.

MILLS COUNTY, TEXAS

R. M. Goings received a warranty deed from D. Eckert and wife December 1, 1903, according to Mills County Deed Book 22, page 301. He also received a warranty deed from G. B. Stark December 16, 1903, ac­cording to Mills County Deed Book 22, page 323.

On November 3, 1905 R. M. Goings and his wife, Mrs. L. A. Goings of Mills County, gave a warranty deed to A. E. Weath­ers, receiving $4,500 in a real estate transaction recorded in Mills County Deed Book 24, page 275. He received a release from A. E. Weathers June 17, 1908, according to Mills County Deed Book 29, page 415.

R. M. Goings received a warranty deed from William W. Cromer to 25 acres of land located 12 miles northeast of Ft. Worth, at Bedford, Texas for $1,500 September 5, 1906, ac­cording to Tarrant County Deed Book 240, page 357. He re­ceived a transfer of a vendor’s lien note from Julia M. Reagan April 6, 1907, according to Mills County Deed Book 29, page 416. He received a warranty deed from Julia M. Reagan April 13, 1907 to a lot in North Ft. Worth Addition, according to Tar­rant County Deed Book 259, page 335.

R. M. Goings was declared “a person of unsound mind” Febru­ary 27, 1907, according to Tarrant County Probate Book 13, page 134.

R. M. Goings and Mrs. L. A. Goings gave a warranty deed November 12, 1907 to 24 acres of land, probably the Bedford property, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 265, page 508.

R. M. Goings received a warranty deed from R. M. Currie May 14, 1908 to 22 acres of land in the J. B. Eden Survey, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 289, page 508. He received a release from A. E. Weathers on 117 acres of land June 17, 1908, according to Mills County Deed Book 29, page 419.

R. M. Goings died in Travis County, Texas January 8, 1909 “while temporarily in that county”, according to a statement made by Mrs. L. A. Goings in Tarrant County Deed Book 320, page 428. She made the declaration in connection with a real estate trade with W. G. Booth January 14, 1910. She also men­tioned that they had four children, three of whom died in in­fancy, unnamed.

Iris K. Goings, feme sole, over 21, joined her mother in trans­ferring eight acres of land to W. G. Booth. Mrs. L. A. Goings of Beaver County, Oklahoma joined her daughter, Mrs. Iris K. Goings Phillips and her husband, J. T. Phillips of Logan, Okla­homa in giving another warranty deed to W. G. Booth March 1, 1912 to eight acres, according to Tarrant county Deed Book 398, page 133.

In connection with the sale of a lot in North Ft. Worth Addition Mrs. L. A. Goings gave an affidavit to the public that she was a widow on January 10, 1910. The affidavit was dated August 27, 1921, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 707, page 499.

Children born to R. M. Goings and Mrs. L. A. Goings include:

Iris K. Goings born about 1888

Iris K. Goings, daughter of R. M. Goings and his wife, L. A. Goings, was born about 1888. She was married about 1908 to J. T. Phillips. In 1912 they lived in Logan, Oklahoma.
==O==
Roy A. Goins was born March 25, 1924 in Mills County in the Elkins Community, according to his obituary. He was a lifetime resident of Brown County, Texas. He was married there to Callie Caroline Muhle September 27, 1952. He was employed by the City of Brownwood and was a member of the Coggin Av­enue Baptist Church.

He died August 31, 1992 in Brownwood Regional Hospital. Funeral services were held September 3, 1992 at Davis-Morris Funeral Home in Brownwood, and he was buried in Wolf Val­ley Cemetery.

His obituary mentioned that he was survived by a brother, John Goins and three sisters, Cora Goins Bible, Ruth Goins Bien and Evelyn Goins Cole, all of Brownwood.

Children born to Roy A. Goins and Callie Caroline Muhle Goins include:

Lonnie Goins born about 1954
Lewis Goins born about 1956
Sherri Goins born about 1958
Jeannie Goins born about 1960
Darrell Goins born about 1963
Gary Goins born about 1967

Lonnie Goins, son of Roy A. Goins and Callie Caroline Muhle Goins, was born about 1954. In 1992 he lived at Comanche, Texas.

Lewis Goins, son of Roy A. Goins and Callie Caroline Muhle Goins, was born about 1956. In 1992 he lived in Brownwood.

Sherri Goins, daughter of Roy A. Goins and Callie Caroline Muhle Goins, was born about 1958. She was married about 1978, husband’s name Rivard. In 1992 they lived in Brown­wood.

Jeannie Goins, daughter of Roy A. Goins and Callie Caroline Muhle Goins, was born about 1960. She was married about 1980, husband’s name Stelle. In 1992 they lived in Clearwater, Florida.

Darrell Goins, son of Roy A. Goins and Callie Caroline Muhle Goins, was born about 1963. In 1992 he lived at Zephyr, Texas.

Gary Goins, son of Roy A. Goins and Callie Caroline Muhle Goins, was born about 1967. In 1992 he lived in Brownwood.

T. B. Goyne and E. W. Taylor were the patentees to 638 acres of land in Mills County located 14.5 miles southeast of Goldthwaite, Texas, according to Mills County Deed Book 11, page 54. The land had been previously granted to M. E. P. & P. Railroad Company December 16, 1861 and was transferred to T. B. Goyne and E. W. Taylor.
==O==
Walter Marion Goyne was born June 14, 1881 in Mills County, according to BVS File 200406.

MITCHELL COUNTY, TEXAS

Billie M. Goings was born June 28, 1930 at Westbrook, Texas. She was married September 24, 1955 to Russell P. Jenkins who was born at Blueworth, Minnesota November 17, 1929, ac­cording to Bernalillo County, New Mexico Marriage Book 70, page 42157. Billie M. Goings was a resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico at the time of her marriage.

MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS

Alexander Campbell Goins died March 17, 1963 in Montague County, according to BVS File 19378
==O==
Allen Hale Goings was born April 23, 1928 in Montague County, according to BVS File 1022705.
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J. C. Goins died September 14, 1932 in Montague County, ac­cording to BVS File 39598.
==O==
“Mrs. Gowen, age 77,” died March 29, 1902 and was buried at Mallard, located 3 1/2 miles north of Montague, Texas.
==O==
Henry Dale Gowen was born November 4, 1949 in Montague County, according to BVS File 173033.
==O==
Ozella Maxine Gowen was born October 9 1927 in Montague County, according to BVS File 718400.
==O==
Samantha Gowen was born in May 1892 in Arkansas, accord­ing to her enumeration in the 1900 census of Montague County, Enumeration District 53, page 7, precinct 4. She was living in the household of her step-father, Ben Ball.
==O==
Lesa Rebecca Gowens was born March 5, 1956 in Montague County, according to BVS File 50757.
==O==
Ima May Goyens died February 20, 1918 in Montague County, according to BVS File 8613.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS

Earl L. Goen gave a right of way to Diamond Shamrock Corporation June 15, 1970 on 203 acres of land in the Martin Survey of Montgomery County, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 711, page 504.

Earl L. Goen and his wife Ruth Goen received a general war­ranty deed from Charles N. Glass to lot 25, Block 26, Honea Forrest Estates January 8, 1974, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 840, page 606
==O==
Gerald D. Goin and his wife, Louise Goin received a general warranty deed from Allen C. Hutcheson June 2, 1967 to Lot 285, Block 23, Lakewood Estates, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 639, page 437. They also received a gen­eral warranty deed March 20, 1969 to Lot 284, Block 23, Lakewood Estates, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 381, page 567.

Gerald D. Goin died May 11, 1991 according to Montgomery County death records.
==O==
Leroy Goin and Marian Griffin Goin received a general war­ranty deed from Sam C. Appuliese June 11, 1973 to Lot 54, Cripple Creek Farms, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 818. page 304.
==O==
Mary Louise Goin died September 29, 1996 according to Montgomery County death records.
==O==
Douglas Martin Goines (28) married Ella M. Moulder (18) on July 29, 1968 according to Montgomery County marriage records.
==O==
Douglas M. Goines (30) married Ella M. Moulder (18) on March 23, 1970 according to Montgomery County marriage records.
==O==
George Goines, Jr. received a general warranty deed from Lil­lian E. McMillan to a lot for $150 July 7, 1951, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 316, page 583.
==O==
M. W. Goines and his wife, Kathleen Goines, received a release from T. J. Bettes Company March 23, 1960 on one acre in the Lynch Survey, according to Montgomery County Release Book 23, page 380.
==O==
Mary Lou Rushing Goines, the daughter of J. L. Rushing and Sarah Nannie Rushing, died of carcinoma March 27, 1950, ac­cording to Montgomery County Death Certificate 3299. She was buried in Conroe Memorial Cemetery.
==O==
Vernon Goines and his wife, Virginia Goines gave a lien to Home Building Supply Company July 6, 1951 on one acre of land, according to Montgomery County Lien Book 8, page 309.

Vernon Goines received a general warranty deed from J. M. Vardeman July 6, 1957 to one acre, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 316, page 368.
==O==
Mildred Davis Goings died November 09, 1981 according to Montgomery County death records.
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Curtis Edward Goins, negro son of William Joseph Goins and Annie Mae Parker Goins, was born April 7, 1970, according to Montgomery Birth Certificate No. 19687.
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George R. Goins, Sr. died October 31, 1970 according to Montgomery County death records.
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Isaac Goins was married to Texana Moseley March 12. 1916 at Houston, according to Montgomery County Marriage Book 10, page 533. Children born to Isaac Goins and Texana Moseley Goins are unknown.
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Katherine Goins died January 22, 1972 according to Montgomery County death records.
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W. R. Goins received a general warranty deed from Texas Gulf Industries, Inc. to Lot 293, Block 8, Stagecoach Farm June 10, 1971, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 739, page 404.
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William C. Goins received a general warranty deed from JTS Corporation September 11, 1972 to some lots in Riverbrook Addition, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 786, page 496.
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John R. Gowan received a general warranty deed from J. J. Hiller, trustee, to 46 acres in the Rogers Survey December 1, 1970, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 723, page 674.
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Peggy Lynn Gowan died August 11, 1985 according to Montgomery County death records.
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Mrs. May Gowen was married to Edwin H. Mayo June 30, 1944, according to Montgomery County Marriage Book 18 page 263.
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Gene M. Gowing and Betty Stinson Gibson Gowing, “formerly Betty Stinson Gibson, a feme sole of Brazos County, Texas”, gave an assignment to the University National Bank, College Station, Texas October 2, 1969, on 90 acres in the Griffith Sur­vey, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 694, page 723, On November 12, 1971 a federal lien was placed against them by the Internal Revenue Service, according to Mont­gomery County Lien Book 5, page 273.
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Gene Martin Gowing died February 16, 1987 according to Montgomery County death records.
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Billie M. Goynes received a general warranty deed November 15, 1971 to Lot 8, Block A, Willis, Texas, according to Mont­gomery County Deed Book 754, page 754.
==O==
Bobby Ray Goynes was born in Montgomery County January 7, 1950, according to BVS File 10695.
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Charlie Goynes was married to Miss Mable Reddy in 1921 in Montgomery County, Texas, according to Montgomery County Marriage Book 12, page 16. Of Charlie Goynes and Mable Reddy Goynes and descendants nothing more is known.
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Charlie Franklin Goynes, son of John T. Goynes and Ella M. Shillings Goynes, died May 26, 1962 of a peptic ulcer, accord­ing to Montgomery County Death Certificate 6183. He lived at 1401 N. Frazier, Conroe, Texas and was buried at Willis Cemetery, Willis, Texas.
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Ella Lucille Goynes was married to Rolland Lee Dorsey November 1, 1941, according to Montgomery County Marriage Book 17, page 348.
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Ethel Ann Goynes was born in Montgomery County June 5, 1939, according to BVS File 122938.
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Peggy Sue Goynes was born in Montgomery County November 27, 1951, according to BVS File 188926.
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Danny Joe Guynes died March 13, 1964 according to Montgomery County death records.
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Harold Lenon Guynes died June 25, 1985 according to Montgomery County death records.
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Ruth Mae Guynes died March 31, 1995 according to Montgomery County death records.
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Charlie Lee McGowen died July 09, 1982 according to Montgomery County death records.

MORRIS COUNTY, TEXAS

Kenneth Goin received a general warranty deed from Merkie Allen June 27, 1963, according to Morris County Deed Book 107, page 326.
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Janeta Goins was born August 29, 1939 in Morris County, Texas, according to BVS File 39108.
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John Valentine Goins, who was born at Omaha, Texas died there October 25, 1934, according to Morris County Death Book 2, page 45. He was the son of Croder Jackson Goins, white male.

MOORE COUNTY, TEXAS

Dora Gowin Jones died October 07, 1986 according to Moore County death records.

MOTLEY COUNTY, TEXAS

Joe Frank Goin was born in Motley County October 23, 1950, according to BVS File 197217.
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Bobbie Going was the mother of twins born November 15, 1921 in Motley County, according to BVS Files 72302 and 72303.
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Arnetta Katherine Goins was born in Motley County July 31, 1944, according to BVS File 82492.
==O==
James Edward Gowin was born in Motley County January 3, 1948, according to BVS File 10261.

126 Nacogdoches, TX

NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS

The original name of the town of Nacogdoches was Pueblo de Nuestra Senora del Pilar de Nacogdoches.
==O==
James Jackson Goen was born in South Carolina March 15, 1811, according to his tombstone as recorded in “Nacogdoches County Cemetery Records.” He arrived in Nacogdoches County about 1850.

The 1850 census of Nacogdoches County recorded that James Jackson Goen, age 23, single and a carpenter, was born in South Carolina in 1827. He was living in the household of Constantine Hardeman, No. 45-45, a farmer who had been born in South Carolina.

On February 2, 1854 he was married to Miss Martha F. A. Thomason, daughter of David Thomason and Martha Jane Hamil Thomason, according to Nacogdoches County Marriage Book B, page 159. B. E. Shavers, minister of the gospel, performed the ceremony. David Thomason was born in Virginia in 1796 and Martha Jane Hamil Thomason was born January 5, 1809. They had arrived in Nacogdoches County in 1839 while Texas was a republic.

Later that year, on October 3, 1854, James Jackson Goen purchased 200 acres of land located 17 miles east of Nacogdoches at a sheriff’s sale. Three months later, he had an opportunity to make a profit. On January 19, 1855 James Jackson Goen sold to Peter B. Fewel of Nacogdoches the 200 acres of land for $100, according to Deed Book L, page 590. Fewel gave him $25 in cash and a note for $75. James Jackson Goen posted bond to guarantee title.

The household of James Jackson Goen, No. 529-529, appeared in the 1860 census of Nacogdoches County as:

“Goen, Jackson 47, born in Georgia, farmer
$1,774 personal property
Martha 31, born in Tennessee
Bettey 6, born in Texas
Durham 3, born in Texas”

No explanation can be made for the discrepancy between the 1850 and the 1860 census returns in the age of James Jackson Goen nor in his place of birth. In 1862 he enlisted in the Texas Third Brigade during the Civil War. He was also a member of Company H, Seventeenth Texas Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A. He was included in a voter registration list of precinct 3 in Nacogdoches County in 1867. In the registration he stated that he had lived in Nacogdoches County about 17 years.

On January 6, 1868 James Jackson Goen purchased 135 acres located 12 miles east of Nacogdoches from Amanda Johnson at 50c an acre for $67.50, according to Nacogdoches County Deed Book Q, page 1.

“James Goen” appeared as the head of Household No. 318-325 in the 1870 census of Nacogdoches County:

“Goen, James 59, born in SC, farmer
Martha F. 40, born in TN
Jane E. 15, born in TX
James D. 14, born in TX
Martha I. 6, born in TX

On August 15, 1971 James Jackson Goen received a pre-emption land grant from the State of Texas for 81.7 acres of land located 10½ miles east of Nacogdoches, according to the state land commissioner’s file No. 3992.

James Jackson Goen died September 19, 1887 and was buried in Thomason Cemetery near the Melrose community in Nacogdoches County. He was buried near his father-in-law, David Thomason who died in 1877. Martha Jane Hamil Thomason died in October 1899.

“M. F. Gowen,” along with her son, “J. D. Gowen,” appeared in the 1890 tax list of the county, according to “Index of 1890 Tax List of Nacogdoches County, Texas” by Carolyn Ericson.

Martha F. A. Thomason Goen applied for a Confederate Widow’s Pension and was initially denied. Later she received Pension No. 10168. In her pension application she stated that he had lived in Nacogdoches County since 1839. “Martha Goyen,” believed to be Martha F. A. Thomason Goen died March 16, 1910, at age 83, according to Nacogdoches County death records.

Children born to James Jackson Goen and Martha F. A. Thomason Goen include:

Jane Elizabeth “Betty” Goen born about 1854
James Durham Goen born about 1857
Martha Isabella Goen born about 1864

Jane Elizabeth “Betty” Goen, daughter of James Jackson Goen and Martha F. A. Thomason Goen, was born in Nacogdoches County about 1854. She appeared as a six-year-old in the household of her father in the 1860 census of Nacogdoches County. “Elizabeth Gowen” was married to T. H. Carnley October 25, 1876, according to Nacogdoches County Marriage Book D, page 183.

James Durham Goen, second child of James Jackson Goen and Martha F. A. Thomason Goen, was born in Nacogdoches County, Texas about 1857. He appeared in his father’s household in the 1860 census as a three-year-old. He was married December 28, 1882 to Frances Ellen Baker at Nacogdoches, according to Nacogdoches County Marriage Book E, page 115. “J. D. Gowen,” along with his mother, “M. F. Gowen” appeared in the 1890 tax list, according to “Index to 1890 Tax List of Nacogdoches County.”

Children born to James Durham Goen and Frances Ellen Baker Goen include:

Abbie Lou Goen born about 1884
Dora Pearl Goen born about 1886
Norma Mary Goen born about 1888
Ethel Jewel Goen born September 16, 1896

Abbie Lou Goen, believed to be a daughter of James Durham Goen and Frances Allen Baker Goen, was born about 1884 in Nacogdoches County, according to Birth Record Book 21, page 467.

Dora Pearl Goen, believed to be a daughter of James Durham Goen and Frances Allen Baker Goen, was born about 1886 in Nacogdoches County, according to Birth Record Book 24, page 482.

Norma Mary Goen, believed to be a daughter of James Durham Goen and Frances Allen Baker Goen, was born about 1888 in Nacogdoches County, according to Birth Record Book 32, page 154.

Ethel Jewel Goen, sixth child of James Durham Goen and Frances Allen Baker Goen, was born September 16, 1896 in Nacogdoches County, according to BVS File 789393.
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“Mrs. John Goens” died December 20, 1905 and was buried in Nacogdoches County, according to county death records.
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Myrtie Juanita Goens was married to J. T. Pleasant November 14, 1882 in Nacogdoches County, according to Nacogdoches County Marriage Book E, page 83.
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Aron Mozell Goings died March 18, 1983 according to Nacogdoches County death records.
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C. C. Goins was shown as the parent of an infant born in Nacogdoches County Septembet 6, 1935, according to BVS File No. 77566.
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Edmond Goins [Gains?] appeared in the 1850 Nacogdoches census as the head of Household 54-54:

Goins, Edmond 39, mill dresser, born in VA
Jane 25, illiterate, born in TN
Raleigh 1, born in TX”

Of Edmond Goins, Jane Goins and Raleigh Goins nothing more is known.
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Frankie Sue Goins was born April 1, 1935 in Nacogdoches, County, according to Birth Book 18, page 235.
==O==
John E. Goins (44) married Sarah B. Smith (39) on June 1, 1978 according to Nacogdoches County marriage records.
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Reuben Calvin Goins was born August 8, 1837 in Nacogdoches. He was married to Matilda Pope, born before 1896, before 1872 . He died July 17, 1930 in Ardmore, Oklahoma and was buried there as well. Nothing more is known of Reuben Calvin Goins and Matilda Pope Goins.
==O==
William Goins, 22 and his wife, Leora Woods Goins, 18, were the parents of Billie Lamurl Goins, their first child who was born in Nacogdoches County May 15, 1936, according to Nacogdoches County Birth Book 9, page 434. He was a farmer who lived near San Augustine, Texas.
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Joseph M. Gowan was enumerated as the head of Household 72-72 in the 1850 census of Nacogdoches County:

“Gowan, Joseph M. 28, farmer, born in Tennessee
Milla 23, born in Tennessee
Louisa 4, born in Tennessee”

Adolphus Sterne, an influential citizen of Nacogdoches, wrote in his diary November 2, 1851 that he had “received another letter from J. M. Gowan who wants to be chaplain of the Senate.”

Of Joseph M. Gowan, Milla Gowan and Louisa Gowan nothing more is known.
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Benjamin Gowen was enumerated as the head of Household 39-39 in the 1850 census of Nacogdoches County, page 115:

“Gowen, Benyos 21, born in Tennessee
Mary 20, born in Tennessee
James 1, born in Texas

Of Benjamin Gowen, Mary Gowen and James Gowen nothing more is known.
==O==
Clarasy Gowen [or Gown] was shown in the 1850 census of Nacogdoches County living in the household of Samuel Fraser, No. 463-463. Samuel Fraser, age 40, was born in North Carolina, and his wife, Laurisa Fraser, age 40, was also born in North Carolina. From the ages and places of birth of the children, it is apparent that the family had arrived in Texas in late 1849. Clarasy Gowen was born in North Carolina about 1791.
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Harrison Gowen was shown in the criminal records of Nacogdoches County in 1844.
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Sarah Gowen, colored was married to James Galiway, colored, December 24, 1876 in Nacogdoches County by Emsley Brunson, minister, according to Nacogdoches County Marriage Book D, page 196.
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“William Gowen, laborer” was prosecuted for smuggling in Nacogdoches County May 10, 1844, according to the criminal court records of that county. He had been caught transporting without duty payment, “a hat, 10 pounds of coffee and other contraband.”
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No Gowens or varations of the name appeared in May of 1972 in the Nacogdoches telephone directory.
==O==
Bonnie Cecile Miner Gowins, a native of North Carolina and a resident of Nacogdoches County, was born in 1937.
==O==
Charles M. C. Gown died May 28, 1938 in Nacogdoches County, Texas, according to BVS File 24625.
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Dennis Ray Goyens (17) married Anita Mae Butcher (17) on August 15, 1968 according to Nacogdoches County marriage records.
==O==
Danny W. Goynes died January 12, 1972 according to Nacogdoches County death records.
==O==
Byrd McGowan died February 04, 1985 according to Nacogdoches County death records.

NAVARRO COUNTY, TEXAS

John Goen, “free colored male” was married to America Patterson, “free colored female” March 31, 1874, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 2, page 178.
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Dianne LaJuan Goin age 19, was married to Curtis DeWayne Lewis, age 20 April 18, 1970, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 40, page 549.
==O==
Mrs. Frankie Goin, daughter of Bar. Crafford, died at Pursley, Texas September 24, 1924 and was buried at Pursley Cemetery, according to Navarro County Death Book 4, page 59. She was listed as white, female, married who “died suddenly of cause unknown.”
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G. H. Goin, white, and his wife M. A. Goin, were the parents of twin sons born November 24, 1903 at Corsicana, according to Navarro County Birth Book 1, page 67.
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J. N. Goin was married to May J. Smith December 20, 1869, according to Navarro County Marriage Book A, page 305. Of J. N. Goin and May J. Smith Goin and descendants nothing more is known.
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Jess Goin was married to Effie Fae Parteet, daughter of Edward Parteet and Clara Mae Taylor Parteet. She was born June 13, 1918. “Jess Goins, retired” and his wife, Effie F. Goins, lived at 2124 West 13th Avenue, according to the 1969 Corsicana city directory. She died of acute coronary thrombosis June 12, 1970, according to Navarro County Death Book 15, page 340. She was buried in Frost Cemetery, according to Jess Goin, her husband, informant.
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Linda Gayle Goin was born in Navarro County May 13, 1947, according to BVS File 63745.
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Dora Goines, negress, was born in Texas in 1889 of parents unknown. She died at Kerens, Texas August 22, 1915 of heart failure at age 26, according to Navarro County Death Book 3, page 16. She was buried in Samaria Cemetery.
==O==
Floyd Goines, white male, was born August 21, 1893 in Mississippi. He was the son of “J. P. Goins and Fannie Crawford Goins,” both natives of Mississippi. Floyd Goines was married to Maude Simmons May 20, 1912, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 19, page 334. In 1915 and 1917 they lived at Kerens, Texas where he was a farmer.

Floyd Goines, a cotton ginner, died August 11, 1946 at Kerens of a coronary thrombosis, according to Navarro County Death Book 9, page 146. He was buried in Kerens Cemetery, according to C. H. Crawford, Kerens, Texas informant.

Children born to Floyd Goines and Maude Simmons Goines include:

[child] born April 19, 1912
Roy L. Goines born April 1, 1914
Clifton Horace Goines born August 29, 1915
Elsie Ruth Goines born April 27, 1917

A child, name unknown, was born to Floyd Goines and Maude Simmons Goines April 19, 1912.

Roy L. Goines, son of Floyd Goines and Maude Simmons Goines, was born April 1, 1914 in Kerens. He was married about 1937, wife’s name Ruby C. In 1950 he went to work for St. Louis Southwestern Railroad and retired in 1978 as a signal maintainer. They moved to Athens, Texas in 1956. In January 1996 he entered a nursing home in Plainview, Texas. He died there in March 1996.

He was survived by his wife of Plainview, his son and daughter-in-law, Jerry and Kristie Goines of Plainview, his brother, Clifton Horace Goines of Kerens, his sister Elsie Ruth Goines of Kerens and one granddaughter, according to his obituary published in the March 8, 1996 edition of “Tyler [Texas] Morning Telegraph.”

Children born to Roy L. Goines and Ruby C. Goines include:

Jerry Goines born about 1940

Clifton Horace Goines, third known child of Floyd Goines and Maude Simmons Goines, was born at Kerens August 29, 1915, according to Navarro County Birth Book 3, page 137. He was married to Miss Hazel Estelle Hale October 20, 1938, according to Smith County, Texas Marriage Book 36, page 518. She was born at Kemp, Texas in 1920. In 1940 they lived at Kerens where he was employed as a laborer for Texas Power and Light Company. They continued in that location in 1946 and in 1996.

Hazel Estelle Hale Goines was an employee of Texas Miller Products in 1969. Clifton Horace Goines was an oilfield employee in 1946.

Children born to Clifton Horace Goines and Hazel Estelle Hale Goines include:

Rita Anzanette Goines born February 21, 1940
Patsy Ruth Goines born July 29, 1942
Clifton Ray Goines, [twin] born July 15, 1946
Carol Fay Goines, [twin] born July 15, 1946

Rita Anzanette Goines, first child of Clifton Horace Goins and Hazel Estelle Hale Goines, was born February 21, 1940 at Kerens, according to Navarro County Birth Book 10, page 412. In 1956 she was a clerk for Kress and Company, Corsicana.

Patsy Ruth Goines, second child of Clifton Horace Goines and Hazel Estelle Hale Goines was born at Kerens, Texas July 29, 1942, according to Navarro County Birth Book 12, page 508.

Clifton Ray Goines, twin son and third child of Clifton Horace Goines and Hazel Estelle Hale Goines, was born June 15, 1946, at Kerens, according to Navarro County Birth Book 40, page 438. He was married to Carolyn Jane McCulloch, age 20, August 16, 1969, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 40, page 103. Of Clifton Ray Goines and Carolyn Jane McCulloch Goines nothing more is known.

Carol Faye Goines, twin daughter and fourth child of Clifton Horace Goines and Hazel Estelle Hale Goines, was born June 15, 1946, according to Navarro County Birth Book 38, page 438. and according to BVS File 64275. She was married September 7, 1965 to Wilson Norwood Warner, Jr., age 20, who resided at 1501 West Lovers Lane, Arlington, Texas, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 38, page 338.

Elsie Ruth Goines, daughter of Floyd Goines and Maude Simmons Goines, was born April 27, 1917 at Kerens, according to Navarro County Birth Book 3, page 157. In 1974 she lived on Bazette Road at Kerens, according to the telephone directory. She continued there in 1996.
==O==
Leonard Ewell Goines was born August 10, 1912 at Kerens of parents unknown. “L. E. Goines” was married to Ollie Faye Weaver in 1938, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 30, page 296. He enlisted in the U. S. Navy at Tyler, Texas October 9, 1944 and was stationed at San Diego, California during World War II. He was discharged as a fireman second class October 21, 1944, according to Van Zandt County Dis­charge Book 5, page 15.

On December 30, 1952 he was married to Berna Dean Glasgow, ac­cording to Van Zandt County Marriage Book 19, page 134. “L. E. Goines” lived at 918 N. Martin, Malakoff, Texas in 1974, according to the telephone directory. Of Leonard Ewell Goines, Ollie Faye Weaver Goines and Berna Dean Glasgow Goines nothing more is known.
==O==
Helen Goings boarded at 105 North 7th Street, according to the 1922 city directory of Corsicana.
==O==
Ada Goins died August 6, 1908 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No. 45642. Ada Goins died at the State Orphans Home at the age of three years, two months of gastro enteritis and measles, according to Navarro County Death Book 2, page 4.
==O==
Andra M. Goins, born about 1866, was married to Cala May Bradley. A daughter born to Andra M. Goins and Cala May Bradley Goins was Bessie Goins, born November 1, 1896. On June 15, 1912 she was married to Jesse Thomas Fread, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 19, page 366. In 1968 Bessie Goins Fread lived in Corsicana.
==O==
Artense Goins, negress was married to John Hall July 26, 1916, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 21, page 600.
==O==
Artis Goins, retired, and his wife Ruth Goins lived at 3200 Highway 22, according to the 1969 Corsicana city directory.
==O==
Berta Goins died March 19, 1925 in Navarro County, accord­ing to BVS File No. 11419.
==O==
Ernest Goins was an employee of Withrow Furniture from 1960 through 1964 and lived at 621 North Main Street, according to the city directory of Corsicana.
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Mrs. Fannie Goins, negress, was a domestic living at 305 North 4th Street in 1922, according to the Corsicana city directory.
==O==
Irene Prewitt Goins died October 3, 1981 according to Navarro County death records.
==O==
Lena Panzie Goins died December 11, 1955 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No 63043.
==O==
Lilliam Goins was born September 19, 1903 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No. 313738.
==O==
Mary Ruth Goins died May 20, 1947 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No. 83411.
==O==
Osker Goins, white male, was enumerated in the 1880 Soundex census of Navarro County with his step-son Matthew Albritton as the head of an all white household. The records may be found in Precinct 3, Volume 25, Sheet 46, Enumeration District 130, Line 28.
==O==
Shirley Daniel Goins died September 27, 1991 according to Navarro County death records.
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Wilbert Goins, negro was married to Mary Pittman October 13, 1917, according to Navarro County Marriage Book, 22, page 456.
==O==
Wilbur Goins, negro, was married to Pearline Jackson November 25, 1921, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 24, page 305.
==O==
Leora Gooen was married to H. W. Cherry May 6, 1906, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 16, page 118.
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Richard Dudly Goun was born August 15 1933 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No. 124106.
==O==
A negro male Gowan infant died September 17, 1905 of gastroenteritis, according to Navarro County Death Book 1, page 96.
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Alleen Gowan died February 21, 1923 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No. 6105.
==O==
B. H. Gowan, a student, was listed in the 1960 city directory of Corsicana, living at 410 5th Avenue
==O==
Mrs. Bethina Gowan, the widow of Tolmes Gowan, an employee of Corsicana Laundry & Cleaners, lived at 815 East First Avenue in 1950 and 1960, according to the Corsicana city directory. In 1965 she lived at 1408 East Collins.

==O==
Bill Gowan lived at 1600 Ferguson Avenue, Kerens, in May 1972, according to the telephone directory.

==O==
Clara Gowan was married to Earl L. Davis November 15, 1923, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 25, page 564.
==O==
Clara Ford Gowan died August 17 1966 according to Navarro County death records.
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Miss Dicie Gowan, Negress, was married to Dave Brown January 15, 1898, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 10, page 393. “Dicey Gowan,” Negress was married to Eli McGuinn April 1, 1902, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 13, page 392.
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Dorothy Gowan was married to Ernest Hardeman August 9, 1936, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 30, page 600.
==O==
Edward William Gowan died June 26, 1989 according to Navarro County death records.
==O==
Floyd Gowan, negro, was married to Mariah Stevenson November 21, 1922, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 25, page 177. Floyd Gowans appeared in the Corsicana city directory as a laborer for Lewis Tidd Garage, living at 609 East 13th Avenue. Mariah Stevenson Gowan appeared in the 1928 and 1931 edition of the city directory as a cook living at 609 East 13th Avenue.

“Floyd Gowans,” assumed to be Floyd Gowan, above, was the father of an infant born in Navarro County July 28, 1923, according to BVS File No. 41794.
==O==
Hattie Beatrice Gowan was born December 7, 1938 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No. 111726.
==O==
James A. Gowan was enumerated in the 1880 Texas census of Navarro County in Volume 25, Sheet 46, Enumeration District 138, Line 46, Precinct 1.

“Gowan, James A. 53, born in MS
Lois E. 25, born in TX, wife
Richard H. 8, born in TX, son”
==O==
Jesse Gowan, negro, was married to Mrs. Vina Jackson July 15, 1905. according to Navarro County Marriage Book 15, page 269. A daughter was born to them November 28, 1928, according to Navarro County Birth Book 50, page 489. Of Jesse Gowan and Vina Jackson Gowan and descendants nothing more is known.
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Jessie Gowan was married to Viola Daniel December 17, 1925, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 27, page 89. Of Jessie Gowan and Viola Daniel Gowan and descendants nothing more is known.
==O==
Julia Thedia Gowan died August 23, 1997 according to Navarro County death records.
==O==
Mrs. Kathryn Gowan was married to Roy A. Boggs July 11, 1942, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 33, page 32.
==O==
Lawrence W. Gowan, driver for Holman & Mowlan Coal & Wood, was listed in the 1936 city directory of Corsicana, Texas.
==O==
Miss Loula Gowan was married to John D. Evans July 2, 1904, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 15, page 1. Of John D. Evans and Loula Gowan Evans nothing more is known.
==O==
Marion Elizabeth Gowan died July 5, 1994 according to Navarro County death records.
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Miss May Nell Gowan was married to Orbin C. Vest June 28, 1942, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 33, page 22. Of Orbin C. Vest and May Nell Gowan Vest, nothing more is known.
==O==
Mrs. Margie V. Gowan, a ticketman at Deluxe Bus Station, lived at 1204 West 11 Street, according to the 1947 city directory of Corsicana.
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Mary Gowan, negro, was married to Glen Ellison November 1, 1922, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 25, page 175.
==O==
Nathaniel Gowan, a negro, was married to Maud Calhoun September 22, 1906, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 16, page 220.
==O==
R.T. Gowan died July 9, 1998 according to Navarro County death records.
==O==
Raymon Lee Gowan died August 16, 1985 according to Navarro County death records.
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Miss Roberta Gowan, negress, was married to Wesley Hawkins December 8, 1900, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 12, page 284.
==O==
Rose Mary Gowan was born February 15, 1956 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 119540.
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Samuel Gowan, head of one of two negro families enumerated in the 1880 census of Navarro County, Enumeration District 137, page 15, precint 5, was born in 1831 in South Carolina, according to his enumeration. Both of these families had emigrated to Texas from Mississippi about 1873. It is believed that these negroes were former slaves of the white Gowans who accompanied them in their move to Texas.

Samuel Gowan was married about 1872 to Sarah Wylie Clemons, who was born in Hinds County, Mississippi in 1855. They were inumerated in the 1880 census as:

“Gowan, Samuel 49, born in South Carolina, negro
Sarah 25, born in Mississippi, wife
Henry 7, born in Mississippi, son
William 5, born in Texas, son
James 4, born in Texas, son
Anna 1, born in Texas, daughter”

The family of Samuel Gowan reappeared in the 1900 census of Navarro County, Enumeration District 94, page 10, as:

Gowan, Samuel 69, born in Mississippi in April 1931
Sarah 49, born in Texas in 1851
Johnny 19, born in Texas in March 1881
Anna 17, born in Texas in September 1882
Rosa 14, born in Texas in April 1886
Frank 8, born in Texas in May 1892
Lewis 7, born in Texas in April 1893
Lula 5, born in Texas in September
Walter 4, born in Texas in September 1895 ”

“Sam Gowan” died March 16, 1920 in Navarro County, according to BVS File No. 11607. Children born to Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan include:

Henry C. Gowan born in 1873
William Gowan born in 1885
James Gowan born in 1876
Anna Gowan born in 1879
Johnny Gowan born in 1881
Anna Gowan born in September 1882
Rosa Gowan born in April 1886
Frank Gowan born in May 1892
Lewis Gowan born in April 1893
Lula Gowan born in September 1894
Walter Gowan born in September 1895

Henry C. Gowan, son of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in 1873 in Mississippi. He appeared in the 1880 census in his father’s household as a seven-year-old in Navarro County. He married December 21, 1893 to Bettie Fairfax, negro, according to Ellis County, Texas Marriage Book G, page 637. Henry C, Gowan died May 18, 1933 in Navarro County, Texas, according to BVS File 24442. Children born to Henry C. Gowan and Bettie Fairfax Gowan are unknon.

William Gowans, son of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in 1775 in Texas, probably Navarro County. He was married to Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore October 17, 1908, according to Navarro County Marriage Book page, 446. Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore Gowans was born at Bryan, Texas.

They were the parents of a son born in 1919 in Ellis County, Texas, according to Ellis County birth records. They were also the parents of a child born in 1926 in Ellis County. In 1921 they lived at Alms, Texas in Navarro County.

“William Gowans and Ella Melissa Hutson Moore Gowans” and their four children were living at 416 North Bunert, according to the city directory of Corsicana.

William Gowans and Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore Gowans lived at 213 North Irene, Corsicana from 1956 through 1969, according to the city directory.

Children born to William Gowans and Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore Gowans include:

[son] born December 18, 1909
Lonnie Gowans born December 19, 1910
[son] born January 31, 1919
Clarence Gowans born June 8, 1921
[child] born November 27, 1926

William Gowans and Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore Gowans were the parents of a son born December 18, 1909 at Emhouse Texas, according to Navarro County Birth Book 3, page 44.

Lonnie Gowans, son of William Gowans and Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore Gowans, was born December 19, 1910. He was married to Arry Mitchell January 10, 1932, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 29, page 234. Of Arrly Mitchell Gowans nothing more is known.

Lonnie Gowans, a divorced farmer, died December 11, 1941 of pneumonia at age 30 and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, according to Navrro County Death Book 7, page 289. Willia Biggins, Corsicana, was the informant.

A son was born to William Gowans and Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore Gowans January 31, 1919, according to Ellis County, Texas birth records.

Clarence Gowans, son of William Gowans and Ella Melissa Hutson Brown Moore Gowans, was born June 8, 1921 at Alms, Texas. He lived at 416 North Bunert, according to the 1936 city directory of Corsicana with his parents.

He enlisted October 17, 1942 in the U. S. Army and served in the Quartemaster Corps in the Rome, Arno and Southern France campains in World War II. He was discharged October 8, 1945 and returned to his home at Rt. 5, Corsicana, according to Navarro County Discharge Book 3, page 346 and 308.

Clarence Gowans was married to Mattie Walker July, 1947, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 98, page 192. Of Mattie Walker Gowans nothing more is known. Clarence Gowans, retired, lived at 2418 Peabody Avenue, Dallas, according to the 1972 telephone directory and city directory.

James Gowan, son of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in Texas in 1876. He married about 1900, wife’s name Bertie. She was born at Palmer, Texas in Navarro County. In 1906 they lived in Dallas, Texas. It is believed that James Gowan died about 1915, probably in Dallas County, Texas. “Birtie Gowan was remarried to Joll W. Jones June 28, 1916, according to” Dallas County Marriage Book 21. page 225. “Birdie Gowan died May 24, 1959 in Henderson County, Texas, according to BVS File 27338.

Children born to James Gowan and Birdie Gowan include:

James Gowan, Jr. born November 24, 1900.
[daughter] born January 11, 1906

James Gowan, Jr., son of James Gowan and Bertie Gowan, was born November 24, 1900. About 1925 he was married to Ethel Gindratt. James Gowan, Jr. died of poliomylitis October 9, 1942 at Farris, Texas,in Ellis County, according to BVS files” “Mrs. Junior Gowan” died April 16, 1946 in Navarro County according to BVS File 19115.

Children born to James Gowan, Jr. and Ethel Gindratt Gowan include:

Morris Gowan born April 13, 1928
R. D. Gowan, Jr. born June 19, 1930

Morris Gowan, son of James Gowan, Jr. and Ethel Gindratt Gowan, was born in Ellis County, Texas April 13. 1928, Morris Gowan was married to Burnadine Jones August 30, 1954, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 126, page 31. He was later married to Betty L. Fagan on February 25, 1967 and again September 9, 1968, both ceremonies in Dallas County, Texas.

Morris Gowan was listed at 913 Fernwood in the 1972 Dallas telephone directory. In the city directory for that year he was listed as “Morris Gowans,” a maintenanceman for Cumberland Homes. His wife was listed as “Betty Gowans.” Children born to Morris Gowan, Burnadine Jones Gowan and Betty L. Fegan Gowan are unknown.
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Mrs. Symonthia Gowan [Goun?], was married to Joe Howard July 10, 1920, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 24, page 166. No return was received by the county clerk.
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Thomas Gowan, a soldier in the U. S. Army, and his wife, Hope Gowan, listed their home address at 105 West First Avenue, Corsicana, according to 1956 city directory.
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William Meredith Gowan died November 7, 1969 according to Navarro County death records.
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Catherine Gowans was married to James Mitchell September 10,1932, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 29, page 333.
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Cordelia Gowans was married to Osby Walker March 15, 1937, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 31, page 103.
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Josephine Gowans, negro, was married to Julius Johnson in 1945, according to Navarro County Marriage Book, page 65.
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R. D. Gowans, Jr., son of James Gowan, Jr. and Ethel Gindratt Gowan, was born in Ellis County, Texas June 19, 1930. R. D. Gowans was married to Dorothy Mae Nichols July 22, 1950, according to Dallas County, Texas Marriage Book 110, page 526. Nothing more is known of Dorthy Mae Nichols Gowans.

R. D. Gowans was married to Carrie Caroline Hamilton June 21, 1956, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 133, page 50. Nothing more is known of Carrie Caroline Hamilton Gowans.

R. D. Gowans was married to Loda Jean Willians February 25, 1961, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 152, page 173. In 1972 Loda Jean Williams Gowans, a clerk, resided at 2710 Cross Street, according to Dallas city directory.

Rodney Darnell Gowans was born in Dallas County December 9, 1960, according to BVS File 244825.
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Anna Gowan, daughter of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born September 1882 in Navarro County. She appeared as a 17-year-old in the household of her father in the 1900 census of Navarro County. Of this individual nothing more is known.

Johnny Gowan, son of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in March 1881 in Navarro County. He appeared in his father’s household as a 19-year-old in the 1900 census of Navarro County. He was married about 1901, wife’s name believed to be Ann.

“John Gowan and Ann Gowan, negroes,” were parents of a daughter born October 1, 1904 at Wilmer, Texas, according to Dallas County, Texas Birth Book 2. page 46. The child, a premature baby died on the same day, according to Dallas County Death Book 1, page 185.

In 1910 he was a farmhand living at Lancaster, Texas. On May 24, 1910 he died of pneumonia and jaundice, according to Dallas County Death Book 5, page 11. His name was recorded as “Johnnie Gown” on the death certificate.

Rosa Gowan, daughter of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in April 1886, in Navarro County. She appeared as a 14-year-old in the household of her father in the 1900 census of Navarro County.

Frank Gowan, son of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in Navarro County in May 1892. He appeared in 1900 census as an eight-year-old living in his father’s household in Navarro County. A “Frank Gowans” was married February 9, 1920 to Rena Smith, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 28, page 515. Frank Gowan died June 14, 1936 in Ellis County, Texas, according to BVS File 30228. Children born to Frank Gowan and Rena Smith Gowan are unknown.

Apparently they were divorced. “Rena Smith Gowans” was married March 10, 1931 to Columbus Collins, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 52, page 484.

Lewis Gowan, son of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born April 15. 1888. at Blooming Grove, Texas, according to Navarro County Birth Book 1, page 27. However he appeared as a seven-year-old in the household of his father in the 1900 census of Navarro County, Texas.

“Lewis Gowns” obtained a license to marry Mary Barnes December 28, 1912, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 19, page 622. The marriage of Lewis Gowan and Mary Barnes Gowan was recorded January 10, 1913. “Louis Gowns,” negro, and his wife “Mary Gowns” were living at 801 East 15th Avenue, according to the 1915 city directory of Corsicana.

Lewis Gowan was married August 30, 1924 to Mrs. Ruby Washington Richardson, daughter of Henry Washington and Liza Ann Smith Washington who was born March 15, 1894, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 26, page 249. Lewis Gowan, a farmer and Ruby Washington Richardson Gowoan appeared in the 1926 edition of the Corsicana city directory living at 1520 7th Street. They reappeared in the 1931 edition living on East 18th Avenue. In the 1936 and 1938 editions they appeared on East 19th Avenue. In 1941 they lived on South 9th Street. Lewis Gowan and Ruby Washington Richardson Gowan were listed at 309 19th Street in the 1947 city directory and continued there in 1965, according to the directory. Ruby Washington Richardson Gowan died of a heart attack September 19, 1965 at age 71 and was buried in Woodland Cemetery, Corsicana, according to Navarro County Death Book 14, page 44.

Lula Gowan, daughter of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in September 1894. She appeared in the household of her father in the 1900 census of Navarro County as a five-year-old. “Lula Gowan, domestic” was living at 2102 Momroe, Amarillo Texas in 1927, according to the Amarillo city directory.

Walter Gowan, son of Samuel Gowan and Sarah Wylie Clemons Gowan, was born in September 1895 in Navarro County, He appeared as a four-year-old in the household of his father in the 1900 census of Navarro County. “Walter Gowens, negro laborer,” was living at 515 Thompson, according to the 1915 city directory of Corsicana. He appeared as a farmer living at 1106 East 6th Avenue in the 1936 city directory.
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Jesse Gowan, head of the second negro family enumerated in the 1880 census of Navarro Coounty, was born in Texas in 1838. About 1866 he was married, wife’s name Ann, a native of Virginia. From 1867 they lived in Mississippi and migrated to Texas about 1873. Jesse Gowan appeared in the 1880 census of Navarro County, Enumeration District 137, page 15, precinct 5 was the household of:

“Gowan, Jesse 42, born in Texas, mulatto
Ann 34, born in Virginia, wife
John 13, born in Mississippi, son
Richard 8, born in Mississippi, son
Frank 7, born in Texas, son
Moses 5, born in Texas, son
Cora 1, born in Texas, daughter
George 7/12, born in Texas, son”

“Jessey Gowins” died November 4, 1918 in Navarro County, Texas, according to File No. 52037. Ann Gowan was listed in the 1915 city directory of Corsicana as a cook living 1446 West Third Ave.

Children born to Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, including adopted children with different spellings, are believed to include:

John W. L. Gowan born February 9, 1970 in Mississippi
Richard Gowan born in 1872 in Mississippi
Frank Gowan born in 1873 in Texas
Moses Gowans born in 1875 in Texas
Cora Gowan born in 1879 in Texas
George Gowan born in 1882 in Texas
Jesse Gowans born in 1890 in Texas

John W. L. Gowan, son of Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, was born in Mississippi, probably Hinds County, February 9, 1870, according to his death certificate. He was brought to Navarro County about 1873 by his parents.

John W. L. Gowan was married to Elizabeth W. Painter October 24, 1897, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 10, page 315. Elizabeth W. Painter Gowan was born in May 28, 1880 in Navarro County, the daughter of Gilbert Painter. Gilbert Painter was born in Tennessee and his wife in Navarro County.

John W. L. Gowan, was enumerated in the 1900 census of Navarro County, Euumerattion District96, page 4, precinct 1. The family was listed as:

Gowan, John 32, born in Texas in September 1867
Lizey W. 22, born in Texas
Garfield 2, born, in Texa

Lizzie W. Painter Gowan died July 17, 1940 of typhoid fever in Ellis County, Texas, according to Ellis County Death Book 5, page 243. Her son, James Garfield Gowans was the informant for the death certificate.

In 1945, John W. L. Gowan,was a farmer living at Irving, Texas. He died July 11, 1945 of cardiac decomposition and nephritis, according to Dallas County, Texas Death Book 20, page 126. Clara Bessie Gowans Davis, Irving, was the informant for the death certificate data.

Children born to John W. L. Gowan and Lizzie W. Painter Gowan include:

James Garfield Gowans born in 1898
Clara Bessie Gowans born January 9, 1904

James Garfield Gowans, son of John W. L. Gowan and Lizzie W. Painter Gowan, was born in 1898 at Emhouse, Texas in Navarro County. He and many other members of his generation began to add an “s” to his name to render it as “Gowans.”

He was married to Minnie Sanford August 14, 1917, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 22, page 383. Minnie Sanford Gowans was born in 1901 at Emhouse, Texas. In 1921 and 1925 they lived at Emhouse, and in 1927 they lived at Corsicana, Texas.

James Garfield Gowans died in Tarrant County, Texas April 16, 1944, according to BVS files. Minnie Sanford Gowans was listed in the 1949 city directory of Ft, Worth. Texas living at 510 North Harding. On February 12, 1949, she was remarried to George Butler, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 101, page 493. George Butler died in 1951, and she was remarried to George Alexander.

Minnie Sanford Gowans Butler Alexander died in May 1969. Her son, James Garfield Gowans, Jr., gave an affidavit to the public September 21, 1973 in which he stated “I am a son of Minnie Alexander who was first married to Garfield Gowans. Five children were born to this union. He died in Tarrant County, Texas in 1947.”

Children born to James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans include:

[daughter] born December 22, 1919
Fred Gowans born September 24, 1921
Johnnie B. Gowans born about 1923
James Garfield Gowans, Jr. born July 14, 1925
Florence Gowans born about 1926
Sanford Gowans born March 5, 1927

A daughter was born to James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans December 22, 1919 at Emhouse, Texas, according to Navarro County Birth Book 4, page 43. James Garfield Gowans was listed as the “father of an infant” which died in Navarro County July 5, 1924, according to BVS File No. 2441l6.

Fred Gowans, son of James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans, was born September 24, 1921 at Emhouse, Texas, according to Navarro County Birth Book 30, page 102. In 1942 he was a farmer at Emhouse, Texas. He was married about 1942 to Marcell Paker. A Fred Gowans lived at 2624 Stuart Drive Ft. Worth, according to the 1972 city directory.

Fred Gowans, laborer, and Marcell Parker Gowans lived at 56 Windmill Avenue, Ft. Worth, Texas, from 1943 to 1946, according to the Ft. Worth City directory. In the 1947 edition Fred Gowans, a pasturizer for Oak Farms Dairy, and Marcell Gowans lived at 200 Swift. He continued at that address in 1950 and was a creamery worker for Leonard’s Department Store from 1950 through 1954. From 1957 Fred Gowans appeared as a janitor for GMAC, Arlington, Texas. Marcell Parker Gowans, “widow of Fred Gowans,” appeared in the Ft. Worth city directory from 1958 through 1962 living at 913 East Stella. She was employed as a maid at 5833 Trigg Drive.

Children born to Fred Gowans and Marcell Parker Gowans include:

Josephine Gowans born August 12, 1942
Alvin Willard Gowans born September 2, 1943

Josephine Gowans, daughter of Fred Gowans and Marcell Parker Gowans, was born August 12, 1942, according to Navarro County Birth Book 31, page 420. She was an operator at Curran’s Laundry and lived with her mother at 913 East Stella in 1962, according to the Ft. Worth citly directory. She was married to Johnny Alfred Denton August 20, 1962, according to Tarrant County, Texas Marriage Book 130, page 147.

Alvin Willard Gowans, son of Fred Gowans and Marcell Parker Gowans, was born September 2, 1947, according to Navarro County Birth Book 66, page 523.

He was married to Barbara Blondell Madkin December 20, 1957, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 120, page 499. In 1960 he was a deliveryman for S&M Food Market, and Barbara Blondell Madkin Gowans lived at 913 Stella, according to the city directory. Alvin Willard Gowans, a clerk for S&M Food Store, lived at 1813 Lagondo, according to the 1962 city directory. In 1965 he, an employee of General Motors, lived at 3258 Canberra Court, according to the city directory.

Apparently the couple was divorced about 1967. Barbara Blondell Madkin Gowans, A cook at Goodluck Drive-inn, lived at 1813 Lagonda Drive, according to the 1968 city directory of Ft. Worth.

Alvin Willard Gowans was married to Mary L. Penywell September 9, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 147, page 488. In 1972 Mary L. Pennywell Gowans, a marker for Leonard’s Department Store, lived at 2874 South Riverside, according to the city directory.

Alvin Willard Gowans lived at 3002 Bismark Drive, Apt 2520, according to the 1973 city directory of Ft. Worth. Of Alvin Willard Gowans and Mary L. Pennywell Gowans and descendants nothing more is known.

Johnny B. Gowans, son of James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans, was born about 1923, probably in Navarro County. John Gowans, “laborer,” lived with his brother, Fred Gowans at 56 Windmill Avenue, Ft. Worth, Texas in 1942 and 1943, ac­cording to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1947, he, a dish­washer, accompanied his brother in a move to 200 Swift.

He was married to Mrs. Geraldine Maloy October 15, 1948, accord­ing to Tarrant County Marriage Book 101, page 73. In 1950 Johnnie B. Gowans was listed, according to the Ft. Worth city directory, as a dishwasher at Warren’s Restaurant.

On September 15, 1950 Johnnie B. Gowans and Geraldine Maloy Gowans received a deed to Lot 6, Lincoln Addition, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2236, page 227. In 1952 Geraldine Maloy Gowans, lived at 2713 East LaSalle. She was a janitress employed by Lone Star Gas Company in 1952, 1953 and 1954. From 1955 through 1959 she was listed as a maid at Children’s Clinic living at 3105 East 12th Street.

In 1956 and 1957 Johnny B. Gowans was listed as an equipment sterilizer for Sky Chefs. In 1956 he lived at 913 Stella, the ad­dress given by Fred Gowans and Marcell Gowans. In 1957 his address was shown as 2716 Galvez.

From 1957 through 1959 Johnnie B. Gowans was listed as a plane parker at Amon G. Carter Field living at 3105 East 12th Street. From 1960 through 1973 he was employed as a stockman for Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company, living at 3105 East 12th Street. Geraldine Maloy Gowans was employed by Texas Electric Service Company from 1970 through 1973. She showed her address as 3105 East 12th Street also in the city directory.

James Garfield Gowans, Jr., son of James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans, was born at Emhouse, Texas July 14, 1925. He was married October 25, 1943 to Odie Jean Parker, age 14, according to Tarrant County, Texas Marriage Book 33, page 344. They were living at Emhouse April 17, 1944 where he was listed as a farmer. It is believed that the couple was later divorced. Odie Jean Parker Gowans lived at 1841 Portland Avenue from 1949 through 1957 and was a maid at El Patio Motor Lodge, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

James Garfield Gowans, Jr. was listed as a married man when he enlisted in the U. S. Navy May 2, 1944. He was discharged as a seaman second class March 21, 1946, according to Tarrant County Discharge Book 69, page 313, In 1947 he was a helper at the Ft. Worth Quartermaster Depot, living at 200 Swift, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

James Garfield Gowans, Jr. was married to Eva Nell Butler Febru­ary 2, 1949, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 101, page 455. In 1950 they lived on North Hampton, according to Ft. Worth city directory. From 1952 through 1973 He lived at 913 East Stella, the address given by Fred Gowans, his brother, and Marcell Gowans.

From 1950 through 1957 Eva Nell Butler Gowans was em­ployed at Natatorium Laundry. In 1964 Eva Nell Butler Gowans was listed as a maid working at 3812 Lafayette Avenue living at 913 East Stella. In 1967 and 1968 she was a shampooer at Vernons Beauty Shop. Her address was shown as 913 East Stella in the city directory, In 1970 she was listed as a baker at Mrs. Baird’s Bakery, living at 2416 Stewart, in an estrangement from James Garfield Gowans, Jr. She continued to live at 2416 Stewart Drive in 1972, according to the telephone directory.

James Garfield Gowans, Jr. and Eva Nell Butler Gowans gave a deed of trust to N. H. Parker and Exie Parker March 9, 1970 to a lot in Ft Worth, according to Tarrant County deed of trust records. In 1951 James Garfield Gowans, Jr. was listed as a truck driver in the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1952, James Garfield Gowans, Jr. was a laborer for Burton Steel Corporation. He continued with that company through 1958, according to the city directory. In 1959 he was employed by Ft. Worth Steel Company and stayed there through 1963. In 1964 he became a porter at Kliff GMC Truck Company and remained there through 1973. In 1965 the firm was known as Nichols-McMillan GMC, Inc. In 1967 the name was changed to General GMC Truck Sales and in 1970 was known as GMC Truck & Coach.

Children born to James Garfield Gowans, Jr. and Odie Jean Parker Gowans include:

Ernestine Gowans born April 7, 1944
[child] born October 9, 1948

Ernestine Gowans, daughter of James Garfield Gowans, Jr. and Odie Jean Parker Gowans, was born at Emhouse, Texas April 7, 1944, according to Navarro County Birth Book 36 page 119.

James Garfield Gowans, Jr. was the father of an infant born October 9, 1948 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 131858.

Florene Gowans, daughter of James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans, was born about 1926, probably in Navarro County. In March 1943, Florene Gowans was married to Clopton Pershing, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 86, page 530. Apparently the marriage did not last because she resumed her maiden name. Florene Gowans was married to Thomas Walker June 14, 1952, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 108, page 629. James Garfield Gowans, Jr, her brother, stated in an affidavit September 21, 1973, recorded in Tarrant County Deed Book 5528, page 812, that she died in 1965.

Florence Gowans, daughter of James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans, was born about 1926.

Sanford Gowans, son of James Garfield Gowans and Minnie Sanford Gowans, a namesake of his mother’s family, was born March 5, 1927 at Corsicana. He was an employee of Montgomery Ward & Company, living at 1202 Cold Springs Road, according to the 1945 city directory of Ft. Worth. On January 15, 1946 he enlisted in the U. S. Army and served in the 24th Infantry Regiment. He was listed as single, negro, farmer with address at 1010 Samuels Avenue at the time of his enlistment. He was discharged as a private April 25, 1947, according to Tarrant County Discharge Book 74, page 351.

On October 4, 1947 he was married to Jimmie Reeder Bafford, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 34, page 548. Of Jimmie Reeder Bafford Gowans nothing more is known.

In 1956 he was listed as a laborer for Burton Steel Corporation living at 913 East Stella, the address given by Fred and Marcell Gowans, in the Ft. Worth city directory. In the 1957 and 1958 editions he was listed as a driver for the same firm continuing to live at 913 East Stella, an address he maintained through 1970.

In 1959 he was employed by Worth Steel Company. In 1969 and 1970 he was listed as a salesman for Meadowgold Dairies. His wife was listed as Verdine Gowans in the 1969 directory. In the 1973 telephone directory he was listed at 2908 South Riverside Drive. In the 1973 city directory he gave his address as 1404 Ridgeland Drive, Apartment 2121.

Richard Gowans, son of Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, was born in Mississippi in April 1875, according to the 1900 census. He was reported as born in 1872 in the 1880 census of his father’s household in Navarro County.

He was married April 12, 1893, to Mary Fairfax, according to Ellis County, Texas Marriage Book G, page 476. He was enumerated as the head of a household in 1900 census of Navarro County, Enumeration District 96, page 3, precinct 1. The family was listed as:

“Gowan, Richard 25, born in MS, in April 1875,
negro
Mary 22, born in TX
Richard, Jr. 6, born in TX, in March 1894
Odie 4, born in TX, in August 1896
Rase 9/12, born in TX, in August 1899”

Mary Fairfax Gowans died November 3, 1921 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 19115. Children born to them include:

Richard Gowans, Jr born in March 1894
Otis Gowan born January 10, 1896
Rase Gowans born in August 1899

Richard Gowans, Jr., son of Richard Gowan and Mary Gowan, was born in Navarro County, Texas in April 1875. Of this individual nothing more is known.

Otis Gowan, son of Richard Gowan and Mary Gowan, was born January 10, 1896 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 133290.

Otis Gowan was married to M. F. Swanson April 22, 1916, according to McLennan County Texas Marriage Book 2, page 497. In 1934 he lived at 1814 Victory, according to the Waco Texas city directory. In 1939 Otis Gowan and his wife, Lucille Gowan, lived at 515 Booker, the address given by Herman Gowan and Idessa Gowan at that time.

In 1941 Otis “Odie” Gowan continued to live at 515 Booker with Lucille Gowan, a maid, and four children, apparently divorced. Lucille Gowan, an employee of Crawford-Austin Manufacturing Company showed her address as Route 4, Box 49 in the 1945 city directory of Waco.

Otis Gowan was married to Annie Jane Humphrey June 11, 1942, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 33, page 513. In the 1945 city directory Otis “Odie” Gowan, a laborer, Annie Jane Humphrey Gowan and two children were shown living at 708 Johnson, an address they maintained through 1953. In the 1954 city directory they were shown living at 1201 Congress Avenue.

On January 3, 1957 Annie Jane Humphrey Gowan gave a deed to Otis “Odie” Gowan, according to McLennan County Deed Book 798, page 96. “Otis Gowan, Sr.” lived on Orchard Lane, Waco, according to March 1972 telephone directory.

Children born to Otis “Odie” Gowan and M. F. Swanson Gowan include:

Herman Gowan born about 1918
Idessa Gowan born about 1921
R. G. Gowan born July 15, 1924
Otis Gowan, Jr. born November 20, 1933
Betty M. Gowan born about 1937

Herman Gowan, believed to be a son of Otis Gowan and M. F. Swanson Gowan, was born about 1918, probably in McLennan County, Texas. In 1934 and 1939 he was shown as a resident in his father’s home at 1814 Victory, according to the Waco city directory. In 1941 he was living in the home of his brother, R. G. Gowan at 515 Booker. He was married July 26, 1941 to Mary Allena Wright, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 32, page 412. From 1951 through 1956 he lived at 227 Johnson and was employed by the MKT Railroad. Of Herman Gowan and Mary Allena Wright Gowan nothing more is known

Idessa Gowan, believed to be a daughter of Otis Gowan and M. F. Swanson Gowan, was born about 1921. In the 1939 and 1941 city directory of Waco Idessa Gowan was shown living in her father’s home at 515 Booker. In 1946 she was living at the home of her brother, R. G. Gowan. She was married to T. V. Brandon March 25, 1947, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 42, page 286.

R. G. Gowan, son of Otis Gowan and M. F. Swanson Gowan, was born July 15, 1924 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 1065307. He appeared in his father’s household in 1941 living at 515 Booker, according to the Waco city directory. He was listed in the 1946 city directory of Waco, Texas living at 708 Johnson in East Waco. On October 24, 1950 he was married to Mavis Marie Anderson, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 47, page 271. She was born in Texas in 1927. In the 1951 edition of the Waco city directory R. G. Gowan was employed by Hicks Construction Company and lived at 1713 Lincoln.

On June 5, 1951 R. G. Gowan and Mavis Marie Anderson Gowan were living at Jewett, Texas when a son was born to them, according to Leon County, Texas Birth Book 7, page 175. The birth was reported as the second child for Mavis Marie Anderson Gowan. He was shown as a farmer at that time.

In 1954 and 1955 R. G. Gowan was a laborer for Waco Transfer Company and lived at 708 Johnson, an address that he and Mavis Marie Anderson Gowan maintained until 1969. From 1956 until 1963 he was employed by Library Binding. In 1964 and 1965 he was employed as a porter for Sears. From 1966 until 1968 he worked as a porter for Baylor University. In 1971 and 1972 R. G. Gowan was employed as a dishwasher.

Mavis Marie Anderson Gowan was employed as maid from 1964 until 1972, according to the city directory. She lived at 708 Johnson until 1968 when her address was changed to 1123 Hood.

Children born to R. G. Gowan and Mavis Marie include:

Clarence Earl Gowan born June 5, 1951

Clarence Earl Gowan, son of R. G. Gowan and Mavis Marie Anderson Gowan, was born June 5, 1951 at Jewett, Texas, ac­cording to Leon County, Texas Birth Book 7, page 175.

He was shown as a cook for Kim’s Drive-Inn in the 1969, 1970 city directories of Waco, Texas. On November 12, 1971 he was married to Judy Banks, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 73, page 499. In the 1972 city directory he was shown as the assistant manager of Kim’s, living at 1607 Spring Street. Of Clarence Earl Gowan and Judy Banks Gowan nothing more is known.

Otis Gowan, Jr, son of Otis Gowan and M. F. Swanson Gowan, was born November 20, 1933 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 91743. He was married to Annie Belle Robinson August 15, 1951, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 48, page 316. In the 1955 and 1956 city directory of Waco he was listed as a stain wiper for Sams Manufacturing and lived at 405 Miller. From 1958 through 1961 he was employed by Youngblood’s Poultry, and resided at 1221 Calumet.

Annie Belle Robinson Gowan died October 14, 1961 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 60045.

Otis Gowan, Jr. was remarried to Mary Easter Sanders October 16, 1963, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 63, page 93. In the 1964 and 1965 city directories Mary Easter Sanders Gowan, a maid, showed her address as 306 Walker. In 1964 Otis Gowan, Jr. became a porter for Rainbow Baking Company. From 1965 to 1972 they showed their address as 1101 North 10th Street.

Children born to Otis Gowan, Jr. and Annie Belle Robinson Gowan include:

Otis Gowan III born about 1952

Otis Gowan III, son of Otis Gowan, Jr. and Annie Belle Robin­son Gowan, was born about 1952, probably in Waco, Texas. He was an employee of Youngblood’s Poultry and lived with his parents, according to the 1968 city directory of Waco. He married to Thresa Joyce Westbrook November 13, 1970, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 72, page 199. Of Otis Gowan III and Thresa Joyce Westbrook Gowan nothing more is known.

Betty M. Gowan, believed to be a daughter of Otis Gowan and M. F. Swanson Gowan was born about 1937.

Rase Gowans, son of Richard Gowans and Mary Fairfax Gowans, was born in August 1899, according to the 1900 census of Navarro County, Texas. He appeared as “age 9/12” in his father’s household.

Rase Gowans was married to Ethel Jackson December 11, 1918, according to McLennan County, Texas Marriage Book 6, page 445. From 1926 to 1934 Rase Gowans was employed as a boil­ermaker’s helper in the Bellemead Locomotive Shop and lived on Route 8. On April 12, 1940 he received a deed for 11.9 acres of land located five miles east of Waco, according to McLennan County Deed Book 483, page 185.

Ethel Jackson Gowans died March 3, 1941, according to BVS File 14390. Rase Gowans was remarried February 12, 1944 to Polly Anna Burton, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 37, page 144.

On July 29, 1948 he received a deed to property in McLennan County, according to McLennan County Deed Book 623, page 230. In 1948 he was employed by Monnigs and lived on Route 4, Box 950, according to the Waco city directory. In 1951 his address remained on Route 4, and he lived with Sedalia Gowans. At that time he was employed as a porter for Monnigs.

Rase Gowans died April 17, 1952, according to Marion County, Texas Death Certificate No. 19364. Polly Anna Burton Gowans, widow and Tryphenia Gowans, feme sole and daughter of Rase Gowans, received property from the estate October 31, 1952, according to McLennan County Deed Book 718, page 197.

Children born to Rase Gowans and Ethel Jackson Gowans include:

Tryphenia Gowans born March 8, 1921
Rase Gowans, Jr. born September 11, 1925

Tryphenia Gowans, first known child of Rase Gowans and Ethel Jackson Gowans, was born March 8, 1921 in McLennan County, according to BVS File 18299. She was married to R. C. Watson October 29, 1943, according to McLennan County Marriage Book 36, page 452. Apparently the couple was divorced and Tryphenia Gowans resumed her maiden name. Tryphenia Gowans, feme sole, received property from the estate of her father October 31, 1952, according to McLennan County Deed Book 718, page 197.

Rase Gowans, Jr., second known child of Rase Gowans and Ethel Jackson Gowans, was born September 11, 1925 in McLennan County, according BVS File No 64833.

Rase Gowans, Jr. lived in Midland, Texas from 1953 until 1972, according to the city directory. He, a lubrication man for the City of Midland garage and his wife, Bertha Gowans, lived at 600 South Clay from 1953 until 1959. From 1962 until 1973 they lived at 500 South Webster.

Rase Gowans, Jr. received a deed to McLennan County property Sept 6, 1957 from A. J. Gowans, according to McLennan County Deed Book 1013 page 637.

Frank Gowan, son of Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, was born in Navarro County, Texas in 1873 according to the 1880 census of Navarro County. He appeared as a seven-year-old living in his father’s household at that time. Frank Gowan was married July 12, 1899 to Eliza Smart, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 11, page 317. Of Frank Gowan and Eliza Smart Gowan nothing more is known.

Moses Gowans, son of Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, was born in Navarro County in 1875, according to the 1880 census of Navarro County. He appeared as a five-year-old living in his father’s household at that time. “Mose Gowen” negro, 22, born in Texas, living alone, was enumerated in the 1900 census of Navarro County, Enumeration District 96, page 4. On August 25, 1900 he was married to Lula Williams, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 12, page 149. Of Lula Williams Gowans nothing more is known.

About 1920 he was married to Minnie Lee Fields. In 1924 they lived at Blooming Grove, Texas. In 1929 they lived at Emhouse, Texas. Moses Gowans died August 9, 1955, according to Navarro County death records. Minnie Lee Fields Gowans, “the widow of Moses Gowans,” lived at 1410 East 5th Street, Corsicana from 1956 through 1969, according to the city directory.

Children born to Moses Gowans and Minnie Lee Fields Gowans include:

Maybel Lee Gowans born about 1921
Fleta Mae Gowans born November 18, 1925
Moses Gowans, Jr. born February 9, 1929

Mabel Lee Gowans, daughter of Moses Gowans and Minnie Lee Fields Gowans was born about 1921. She died October 2, 1924 of cholera at Blooming Grove, Texas and was buried in Pruitt Cemetery, according to Navarro County Death Book 4, page 57.

Fleta Mae Gowans, daughter of Moses Gowans and Minnie Lee Fields Gowans, was born November 18, 1925. She lived at the home of her mother from 1956 through 1969, according to the Corsicana city directory. She was employed as a maid. Fleta Mae Gowans died April 17, 1973 and was buried in Corsicana Cemetery, according to Navarro County Death Book 16, page 362. Miss Dica Gowans was the informant. Dica Gowans, a maid, lived at 4545 Belford Road, Dallas, Texas, according to the 1972 city directory.

Moses Gowans, Jr., son of Moses Gowans and Minnie Lee Fields Gowans, was born at Emhouse, Texas February 9, 1929. He died April 16, 1946 at age 17 of edema of throat and tonsillitis and was buried at Blooming Grove Cemetery, according to Navarro County Death Book 9, page 178. He was a farmer, according to Anna Mae Ross, informant.

Cora Gowan, daughter of Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, was born in 1879 in Navarro County, according to the 1880 census of Navarro County. She appeared as a one-year-old in her father’s household in the census enumeration. She was married to Amos Primas August 23, 1896, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 10, page 31.

George Gowan, son of Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, was born in 1882 in Navarro County, according to BVS Files. On September 25, 1900 he was married to Willie Painter, also born in Navarro County, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 12, page 176. In 1903 George Gowan was a farmer at Kerens, Texas.

Apparently George Gowan and Willie Painter Gowan were divorced. George Gowan was married January 24, 1945 to Mrs. Savanah Green Jennings, according to Dallas County Marriage Book. 86, page 211. She was the daughter of Louis Green, Ennis, Texas. Savanah Green Jennings Gowan died October 28, 1947 at Ennis, Texas, according to Dallas County Death Book 21. She was 31, and he was 65. She was born at Wilmer, Texas January 7, 1916. They lived at Lancaster, Texas at that time. Five months later on March 20, 1948 George Gowan was remarried to Willie Painter Gowan, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 101, page 375.

Children born to George Gowan and Willie Painter Gowan include:

[son] born November 8, 1903
Felix Gowan born November 5, 1904

George Gowan was the father of a son which was born in Navarro County, November 8, 1903, according to BVS File 112943.

Felix Gowan, second child of George Gowan and Willie Painter Gowan, was born November 5, 1904. On November 28, 1924, he was married to Cassie Miller, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 27, page 70. Felix Gowan was a farmer. Felix Gowan died March 9, 1930 at Emhouse, Texas of tuberculosis, age 26, according to Navarro County Death Book 5, page 96. Of Cassie Miller Gowan nothing more is known.

Jesse Gowans, believed to be a son of Jesse Gowan and Ann Gowan, was born in Texas in 1890. He was married to Viola Mae Daniels about 1927. In 1928 they lived at Emhouse, Texas. In 1934 they lived in Ellis County, Texas. Viola Mae Daniels Gowans was born in 1909 in Texas.

Children born to Jesse Gowans and Viola Mae Daniels Gowan in­clude:

Adell Gowans born November 28, 1928
Armogene Gowans born July 14, 1934
Joerine Gowans born July 6, 1937
Donall Gowans born April 3, 1939
Doris Marie Gowans born February 18, 1941
Ernestine Gowans born July 15, 1943

Adell Gowans, son of Jesse Gowans and Viola Daniels Gowan, was born November 28, 1928 in Navarro County, according to Navarro County Birth Book 50, page 489.

Armogene Gowans, daughter of Jesse Gowans and Viola Daniels Gowans, was born July 14, 1934.

Joerine Gowans, daughter of Jesse Gowans and Viola Daniels Gowans, was born July 6, 1937. She was married August 31, 1963 to James Louis Jackson, according to Dallas County Mar­riage Book 165, page 295.

Donnall Gowans, son of Jesse Gowans and Viola Daniels Gowans, was born April 3, 1939, probably in Ellis County, Texas. He was married December 1, 1959 to Lue Bertha Green, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 146, page 389. Children born to Donnall Gowans and Lue Bertha Green Gowans are unknown.

Doris Marie Gowans, daughter of Jesse Gowans and Viola Daniels Gowans, was born February 18, 1941, probably in Ellis County, Texas.

James Lee Gowans, son of Jesse Gowans and Viola Daniels Gowans, was born November 24, 1945, probably in Ellis County, Texas.

Ernestine Gowans, daughter of Jesse Gowans and Viola Daniels Gowans, was born July 15, 1943, according to BVS File 76313. She was married November 3, 1962 to Cecil Sweat, according to Dallas County, Texas Marriage Book 160, page 488.

Clara Bessie Gowans, daughter of John W. L. Gowan and Lizzie W. Painter Gowan, was born January 9, 1904 at Kelm, Texas, according to Navarro County Birth Book 1, page 89. She was married about 1922, husband name Davis. Later they lived in Irving, Texas.
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Edward William Gowan was born August 3, 1947 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 104426.
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Floyd Gowan died July 4, 1926 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 26132.
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Hattie Bell Gowan died October 26, 1929 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 50544.
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I. Dora Gowan died May 20, 1937 in Navarro County, accord­ing to BVS File 27822.
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L. W. Gowan, negro, appeared as a laborer at the Corsicana Compress in the 1941 edition of the Corsicana city directory.
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Pvt. Luther M. Gowan, Third Texas Regiment, Company M, was a veteran of the Spanish-American War.
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Lynn Earl Gowan died December 10, 1930 in Navarro County, at the age of 23 of pulmonary tuberculosis, according to Navarro County Death Book, page 89.
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Mattie May Gowan died July 20, 1905 in Navarro County, age 23 of pulmonary tuberculosis, according to Navarro County Death Book 1, page 89.
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Thomas Ford Gowan was born June 26, 1923 in Navarro County June 26, 1923.
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Tommy A. Gowan was the father of an infant which died October 23, 1921 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 28863.
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W. L. Gowan was born February 2, 1917 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 7740. He died there on the same day, according to BVS File 5589.
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Wesley Gowan, negro, appeared in the 1928 edition of the Corsicana city directory living at 1109 East Third Avenue. In 1931 he was living at 1318 East Fifth Avenue.
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William Gowan, white, farmer, and Nannie Beck Gowan were parents of a son born December 7, 1912 at Purdon, Texas, according to Navarro County Birth Book 3, page 97.
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William Taft Gowan died January 18, 1922 in Navarro County, according to BVS File 2564A.
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Henry Gilbert Gowans was born in Navarro County May 6, 1925, according to BVS File 34230.
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Lanell Gowans was listed in the 1962 city directory of Ft. Worth living at 913 East Stella Avenue.
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Leta Mae Gowans lived at 1410 East 5th Avenue, Corsicana in March 1972, according to the telephone directory.
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Vernon Gowans, negro was born in 1917. He enlisted in the U. S. Army January 13, 1944 and was discharged as a private April 25, 1944, according to Navarro County Discharge Book 15, page 243. On September 9, 1946 Vernon Gowans, 1005 East 7th Avenue, Corsicana, was married to Miss Annie Laura Cunningham, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 34, page 297.

In 1947 Vernon Gowans and Annie Laura Cunningham Gowans continued to live at 1005 East 7th Avenue, according to the Corsicana city directory.

From 1956 through 1969 Vernon Gowans and his wife lived at 213 North Irene, the address given by Will Gowans and Melissa Moore Gowans. From 1961 through 1966 Vernon Gowans was employed by Tom’s Peanuts.

From 1958 through 1969 Annie Laura Cunningham Gowans was employed as a maid at 1445 Ficklin Avenue. In 1969 her address appeared as Rt. 5, Box 122 in the city directory
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Vernon Maurice Gowans was born in Navarro County January 14, 1963, according to BVS File 12507.
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Willie D. Gowans was married to James Wade May 7, 1928, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 28, page 89.
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Negro children born in Navarro County include:

George Gowen born November 8, 1903
Snow Ball Gowen born January 9, 1904
Alline Gowen born February 9, 1904
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James Gowen, negro, was married to Miss Roberta Sample January 16, 1897, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 10, page 172.
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Mrs. Melvinia Gowen, negress, was living at 908 North 10th St., according to the 1915 city directory of Corsicana.
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Paul Gowen, a retiree, and his wife Mary Gowen, lived at 715 North 13th Street, according to the 1966 city directory of Corsicana.
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Roy Gowen was the father of twins born January 3, 1925 in Navarro County, according to BVS Files 6138 and 6139.
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Wilbur Gowen, a carpenter, and his wife Susie Gowen, were living at 1019 North Beaton Street, Corsicana, according to the 1922 city directory.
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Jessie Mae Gowens was married to Willie D. Chapple June 3, 1950, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 35, page 340.
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Julie Mae Gowens died in Navarro County, Texas June 22, 1929. BVS File 32053 states the date of death as June 22, 1949.
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Mary Gowens, negress, was married to Joe Williams November 2, 1919, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 23, page 579.
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Mary Lee Gowens was married to Odell Wilmer Kendall December 11, 1953, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 36, page 234.
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Effie F. Gowin died June 12, 1970 according to Navarro County death records.
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George Gowin was married to Miss Jewel Young November 21, 1920, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 24, page 265. Of George Gowin and Jewel Young Gowin and descendants nothing more is known.
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Hollis Howell Gowin was born in Navarro County September 7, 1915, according to BVS File 659801. He was married to Sybel Louise Hazelwood March 28, 1940 at Terrell, Texas, according to Kaufman County, Texas Marriage Book 21, page 192.

It is believed that children born to Hollis Howell Gowin and Sybel Louise Hazelwood Gowin include:

Hollis Earl Gowin born February 5, 1941

Hollis Howell Gowin, believed to be the first child of Hollis Howell Gowin and Sybel Louise Hazelwood Gowin, was born February 5, 1941 in Kaufman County, according to BVS File 15433. Hollis Howell Gowin maintained his residence at 1230 Gate Lane Drive, Dallas, according to the 1972 city directory of Dallas.
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Jesse C. Gowin was married July 17, 1916 to Margie Lynn Hopkins, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 21, page 593. Margie Lynn Hopkins was the daughter of W. O. Hopkins and Mattie Jane Bates Hopkins and was born in Alabama August 15, 1892.

Margie Lynn Hopkins Gowin died November 24, 1963, at age 71, of stomach cancer, according to Navarro County Death Book 13, page 327. She, a resident of Corsicana for 67 years, was buried in Dresden Cemetery, according to Jesse C. Gowin, informant.
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Lula Gowns, negress, was married to Allen Henry December 31, 1910, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 18, page 424.
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Nathaniel Gowns, negro, was married to Ida Smith March 21, 1910, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 18, page 170.
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A. P. Goyen was married to Miss Velma V. Majors June 18, 1923, according to Navarro County Marriage Book 25, page 363. Of A. P. Goyen and Velma V. Majors Goyen and descendants nothing more is known.

NEWTON COUNTY, TEXAS

Gladys Goins was born January 1, 1920 in Newton County, Texas, according to BVS File 4593.
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John Thomas Goins was born in Burkeville, Newton County, Texas July 3, 1912, according to BVS File No. 22689. In 1929 he lived at 1405 St. Louis, and in 1930 lived at 1124 Grainger. In 1931 he was shown to be a student living at 1000 College Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1933 and 1934 he lived at 505 St. Louis Avenue.

He was married January 27, 1936 to Eleanor Marie Scoma, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 75, page 256. Eleanor Marie Scoma Goins was born in Ft. Worth in 1914.

In 1937 John Thomas Goins and Eleanor Marie Scoma Goins were living in Pampa, Texas where he was employed as a roustabout and she was a clerk at Woolworth’s. They lived at 307 East Browning. In 1938 they lived at 837 Barnes, according to the city directory.

John Thomas Goins and Eleanor Marie Scoma Goins were divorced about 1940. John Thomas Goins enlisted in the U. S. Army from Pampa on December 29, 1943. He served in four battles in Company B, Eighth Infantry Regiment in northern France, the Ardennes, Rhineland and central Europe and he received the Purple Heart. He was discharged as a Technical Sergeant October 20, 1945, according to Brown County Discharge Book 3, page 6.

He was married to Miss Lois Jo Ford August 20, 1946, according to Brown County Marriage Book 19, page 90, and page 256. In 1947 Lois Jo Ford Goins, the guardian of William B. Ford III, a minor, supervised the operation of the Kent County ranch that he inherited, according to Brown County Probate Book 49, page 574.

In 1951 John Thomas Goins and Lois Jo Ford Goins were residing in Abilene, Texas. He, assistant manager of Hicks Rubber Company, and she, a proofreader for Abilene Reporter-News, lived at 1726 Jeanette, according to the city directory.

In 1953 John Thomas Goins was employed as a clerk at the Abilene post office. Apparently John Thomas Goins and Lois Jo Ford Goins were divorced about that time.

Lois Jo Ford Goins “of Brown County” received quit claim deed from John Thomas Goins “of Taylor County” July 19, 1954, according to Brown County Deed Book 473, page 429. The deed covered three tracts of land and an interest in the estate of William B. Ford, Jr. in Kent County, Texas.

Lois Jo Ford Goins, “daughter of Gaytha Fallis” gave an affidavit, warranty deed and transfer to the three tracts in Martin Addition, Bangs, Texas to Gaytha Fallis and the heirs of S. C. Fallis, Sr. November 25, 1969, according to Brown Count Deed Book 584, page 366.

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In 1947 Eleanor Marie Scoma Goins, a cosmetician for R. E. Cox & Company, lived at 401 South Main Street, Ft. Worth, according to the city directory. On August 27, 1948 she received a warranty deed from Roy D. Baker, to a lot in Fount Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2026, page 16.

Children born to John Thomas Goins and Eleanor Marie Scoma Goins, include:

Patsy Lee Goins born October 2, 1938

Patsy Lee Goins, first child of John Thomas Goins and Eleanor Marie Scoma Goins, was born October 2, 1938 at Pampa, Texas, according to Gray County Birth Certificate No. 2779. She was married at age 17 to Darrel R. Coppick August 17, 1956, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 118, page 12.
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Wannell Goins was born December 9, 1933 in Newton County, according to BVS File 124847.

NOLAN COUNTY, TEXAS

Mrs. R. D. Goen was married to T. J. Evans September 1, 1928 in Sweetwater, Texas, according to Nolan County Marriage Book 6, page 4501.
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Joseph Allen Goings, third child of Arthur Crew Goings and Caroline Jean Burrus Goings, was born April 17, 1964 at Sweetwater, according to Nolan County Birth Book 18, page 219. Arthur Crew Goings was born in Arkansas in 1938 and was in the U. S. Army at the time. Caroline Jean Burrus was born in Missouri in 1941. They lived at 1408 Vine Street in Sweetwater in 1964.
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Alvin Perry McGowan died November 17, 1980 according to Nolan County death records.

NUECES COUNTY, TEXAS

Donald Kim Goin, son of Franklin Don Goin and Shirley Mae Goin, was born in Nueces County June 30, 1953, according to BVS File 120494.
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Grady O. Goin died February 14, 1976 according to Nueces County death records.
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Kenneth William Goings, son of Fred William Goings and Helen Catherine Boyer Goins, was born April 18, 1950 in Nueces County, accordinq to BVS File 53672.
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Richard A. Goings (28) married Bridget S. Nicholson (20) on April 6, 1985 according to Marriage Book 178.
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Samuel L. Goings died April 15, 1976 according to Nueces County death records.
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Bessie Catherine Goins was married August 8, 1944 to David Luther Weller, according to Nueces County Marriage Book 8, page 270.
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Bristow Leon Goins, son of Bristow Goins and Bessie Elizabeth Neet Goins, was born July 26, 1933 in Nueces County, according to Birth Book 8, page 358. His birth was also recorded in Travis County, Texas, Certificate No. 1830.
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Diana Kay Goins was born December 9, 1961 in Nueces County, according to BVS File 23511.
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Edward Ray Goins was married May 25, 1956 to Patricia Marie Jackson, according to Nueces County Marriage License 58318. Children born to Edward Ray Goins and Patricia Marie Jackson Goins are unknown.
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George Virgil Goins and Dorothy Alvalean Otts Goins were parents of Linda Gwindell Goins who was born July 16, 1950, according to Nueces County Birth Book 46, page 444.
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Ignacio Goins was married January 8, 1945 to Maria Ochoa, according to Nueces County Marriage Book 9, pane 237. Children born to Ignacio Goins and Maria Ochoa Goins are unknown.
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John Henry Goins and Louise C. Perry Goins were parents of Judith Ann Goins who was born June 2, 1949, according to Nueces County Birth Book 41, page 180.
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Leroy Goins died February 20, 1983 according to Nueces County death records.
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Marjorie Goins was married July 17, 1970 to Luis Cirilo, according to Nueces County Marriage License 1484.
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Myrtle Jo Goins was married January 21, 1958 to Edgar Allen McCormack, Jr, according to Nueces County Marriage License 61997.
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Paul Gene Goins was married Februarv 16, 1962 to Jo Ann Crawford, according to Nueces County Marriage License 70493. Children born to Paul Gene Goins and Jo Ann Crawford Goins include David Paul Goins who was born November 3, 1962, according to Nueces County Birth Book 69, paqe 142. He died November 3, 1963 on his first birthday, according to BVS File 77925.
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Roy Dale Goins was born September 24, 1963 in Nueces County, according to BVS File 165393.
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Suzanne Elaine Goins was born March 7, 1963 in Nueces County, according to BVS File 49509.
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Ben C. Gowan (77) married Victoria Martinez (60) on August 8, 1975 according to Nueces County marriage records.
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Eulee N. Gowan died December 02, 1971 according to Nueces County death records.
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Euleen Gowan was living at 3005 Houston Street, according to the 1969 city directory of Corpus Christi, Texas.
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Frances Louise Gowen was married May 7, 1945 to Frederick Lee Goodwin, according to Nueces County Marriage Book 10, page 49.
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Franklin Dwight Gowens (21) married Mary Jo Rude (19) on July 30, 1966 according to Nueces County marriage records.
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Michael Gowen, son of George Richard Gowen and Lillian Ethel Burns Gowen, was born September 6, 1956, according to Nueces County Birth Book 62, page 180.
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Jimmy W. Gowens (22) married Cheryl D. Horton (22) on March 26, 1971 according to Nueces County marriage records.
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Ray Molee Gowens died January 06, 1998 according to Nueces County death records.
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Robert Allison Gowens died January 06, 1984 according to Nueces County death records.
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Robert Glenn Gowens was born July 9, 1956 in Nueces County, according to BVS File 125496. He married Linda S. Styra (18) on December 6, 1975 according to Nueces County marriage records.
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Robert Kevin Gowens was born February 17, 1963 in Nueces County, according to BVS File 30659.
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Mark C. Gowin (23) married Debra S. Hankins (22) on December 5, 1980 according to Nueces County marriage records.
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Raymond Leslie Gowin was married October 23, 1943 to Laura Ruth Grone, according to Nueces County Marriage License 27986. Children born to Raymond Leslie Gowin and Laura Ruthe Grone Gowin are unknown.
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Barbara Shaw Gowing was married September 2, 1944 to Charles E. Benson, according to Nueces County Marriage Book 8, page 350.
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Bill Goynes, Jr. and Dorothy Louise Payne Goynes, were parents of Robert Lee Goynes who was born August 6, 1945 according to Nueces County Birth Book 25, page 169.
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George Daniel Goynes was born April 5, 1958 in Nueces County, according to BVS File 67616.
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Janis Jo Goynes was married July 17, 1970 to Joe Allen Moore, according to Nueces County Marriage License 1465.
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Marie Ellen Goynes was married May 25, 1970 to Mike Carter McKinney, according to Nueces County Marriage License 855.
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Roy B. Goynes died August 27, 1991 according to Nueces County death records.
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Susan Lynne Goynes was born July 6, 1963 in Nueces County, according to BVS File 122027.
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William D. Goynes died December 18, 1982 according to Nueces County death records.
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William H. Goynes died May 15, 1973 according to Nueces County death records.

OCHILTREE COUNTY, TEXAS

Ed Goins was married to Blanche Rogers July 18, 1934, according to Ochiltree County Marriage Book 3, page 83. of Ed Goings and Blanche Rogers Goins nothing more is known.
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Clifton J. Goines (25) married Evelyn J. Burrough (23) on November 14, 1979 according to Ochiltree County marriage records.
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Miss Mattie Faye Goyne was married to John Willie Renfro June 9, 1949, accoring to Ochiltree County Marriage Book 4, page 284. The couple resided at Blue Bonnet Courts, Liberal, Kansas.

ORANGE OUNTY, TEXAS

James A. Goin, an employee of Consolidated Steel, and his wife, Winnie Goin lived at 639 Peterson Court Orange, according to the 1944 city directory of Orange.
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Eliza Jane Ashworth Goines, the daughter of Jim Ashworth and Sofia Ashworth, died May 31, 1937 at Vidor, Texas of bronchial pneumonia. She was buried in Sullivan Cemetery, according to Orange County Death Book 2, page 6.
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Emmit Goines was married to Miss Lora Laughlin November 7, 1942, according to Orange County Marriage Book 13, page 140. In 1944 they lived at 138 East Dewey with one child, Barbara Dean Goines, according to the Orange city di­rectory. In 1960 Emmit Goines was a helper at American Bridge Works. He and Lora Laughlin Goines lived at 1017 Irving, West Orange, according to the city directory.

Lora Laughlin Goines appeared as a waitress at Pitt Grill from 1960 through 1967, according to the city directory. In 1960 she lived at 2000 Stokes, West Orange. From 1962 through 1967 she lived at 321 East John. Emmit Goines did not appear in the directory after 1960.

Children born to Emmit Goines and Lora Laughlin Goines include Barbara Dean Goines, born January 15, 1944 in Orange County, according to BVS File 10455. She appeared living with her mother at 321 East John, in the Orange city directory of 1963, 1964 and 1965.
==O==
Mrs Willie Mae Goines was married to C. M. Miller November 4, 1948 according to Orange County Marriage Book 16 page 568.
==O==
Raymond Going in 1948 was living at 704 Decatur Place, Orange, according to the city directory.
==O==
Grady Goings was married to Miss Lena Tremont Goings November 3, 1945 according to Orange County Marriage Book 14, page 586.
==O==
In 1948 and in 1951 James Alexandra Goings lived at 120 Pine Street, Orange, James Alexandra Goings died March 10 1955, according to Orange County Death Certificate No. 14529.
==O==
John D. Goins (23) married Theresa M. Verrett (29) on April 2, 1982 according to Orange County marriage records.
==O==
Carl Wayne Goins died October 18, 1991 according to Orange County death records.
==O==
Charles R. Goins (19) married Rebecca J. Woodard (17) on October 26, 1985 according to Marriage Booke 181.
==O==
Miss Alma Ruth Goins, who was born November 9, 1950, was married to Steven Harold Gillespie, who was born March 13, 1949, on May 14, 1970, according to Orange County marriage records.
==O==
Edward D. Goins (37) married Ida M. Pete (31) on July 27, 1984 according to Orange County marriage records.
==O==
E. C. Goins was an electrician for DuPont and lived at 82 Pine, Orange, according to the 1948 city directory
==O==
Mrs. Ellen Juanita Goins was married to Andrew Jackson Griggs June 27, 1960, according to Orange County Marriage Book 23, page 386.
==O==
Miss Elva Jean Goins, who was born June 21, 1953, was married to Joseph Wayne Guidry, who was born March 19, 1951, on September 13, 1971, according to Orange County Marriage Book 25, page 651.
==O==
Emmitt Goins died July 14, 1968 according to Orange County death records.
==O==
Ester Goins was married to Lloy Eldridge December 24, 1910, according to Orange County Marriage Book 5, page 319.
==O==
Gloria Goins, a feme sole of Orange County, gave a deed to Andrew Johnson January 28, 1953 to a lot in the I&SN RR Survey, according to Orange County Deed Book 193, page 429.
==O==
J. R. Goins, manager of Billups Service Station, and his wife Nondal K. Goins, lived at 304-13th Street, Orange, according to the 1967 city directory.
==O==
Jimmy L. Goins (20) married Peggy J. Burnett (18) on December 18, 1970 according to Orange County marriage records.

Jimmy L. Goins (22) married Barbara A. Le Leux (20) on March 29, 1972 according to Orange County marriage records.
==O==
Jimmy Goins, an employee of O. I., Inc. lived at 321 E. John in 1971, according to the Orange city directory.
==O==
John H. Goins, a carpenter, and his wife, M. Allyne Goins, lived at 242 Dyson Court in 1958 and 1960 and at 933 Avenue B from 1962 through 1970, according to the Orange city directory.
==O==
Marvin E. Goins (23) married Deborah G. Landreneau (19)
On November 6, 1970 according to Orange County marriage records.
==O==
Otha L. Goins, a sheet metal worker for Consolidated Steel, his wife, Audrey Goins and two children lived at 3A Wickard Drive, according to the 1944 city directory of Orange.
==O==
Pamela Louise Goins, the daughter of Elton Ray Goins, who was born in Texas in 1933, and Vivian Ray Wright Goins, who was born in Louisiana in 1944, was born at Vidor, Texas July 27, 1953, according to Orange Country Birth Book 5, page 113.
==O==
Paul J. Goins (18) married Kathy L. Patton (18) on September 23, 1978 according to Orange County marriage records.
==O==
Robert Goins died October 14, 1946 in Orange County, Texas, according to BVS File 71080.
==O==
Rodney Wayne Goins, who was born December 1, 1940, and Miss Lana Sue Brantley, who was born February 2, 1949 were married October 30, 1965, according to Orange County Marriage Book 27, page 615. Of Rodney Wayne Goins and Lana Sue Brantley Goins nothing mare is known.
==O==
Truman E. Goins received a deed from DeWitt Kinard to lot 37, Block 4, Kinard Estates October 6, 1959, according to Orange County Deed Book 250, page 249. From 1963 through 1969 Truman E. Goins and his wife, Dollie Goins, showed their address as Box 425, Buna, Texas, according to Orange City directory. From 1963 through 1965 he was employed by Cabot Corporation and from 1966 through 1969 he was employed by Schulman, Inc.
==O==
Virgil Goins was married to Miss B. Gene Broadway June 17, 1944, according to Orange County Marriage Book 14, page. 75. Of Virgil Goins and B. Gene Broadway Goins nothing more is known.
==O==
Willie Mae Goins was born in Orange County September 11, 1947, according to BVS File 119960.
==O==
Gertrude Gowan, a negro cook, lived at 109 East Cherry in 1917, according to the Orange city directory.
==O==
George Malcolm Gowens was born at Buffalo, New York September 24, 1947. He enlisted in the U. S. Navy June 1, 1967 at Houston, Texas and showed his address at 3125 West Martin. He served as a radio operator aboard the USS Isbell, DD 869 during the Viet Namese War. He was discharged February 1, 1971, according to Orange County, Texas Discharge Book 14, page 737. He listed his home address at 3125 Martin Street, Pinehurst, Texas from 1967 through 1971.

He was married December 27, 1971 to Mrs. Sheridan Sue Bar­ron, who was born May 25, 1948, according to Orange County marriage records. Of George Malcolm Gowens, Sheridan Sue Barron Gowens and descendnts nothing more is known.

Charles T. Gowens, an airman in the U. S. Air Force in 1967, showed his address at 3125 Martin Street, Pinehurst, Texas, the same address given by George Malcolm Gowens. In 1969 and 1970 he was a operator for Firestone Tire & Rubber Company livng at the same address, according to the Orange city directory. In the 1970 and 1971 editions his wife, Shirley M. Gowens, was shown in the household at 411 East John Street, Orange, according to the city directory. He was listed as a pipe fitter at that time.

Dana Gowens in 1967 was living at 3125 Martin St, Pinehurst, Texas, the address given by George Malcolm Gowens and Charles T. Gowens, according to the Orange city directory.

Maude Ann Gowens was born September 24, 1951 at Orange, according to BVS File 170319. In 1971 she was a receptionist for Texas State Optical Company and showed her address as 3125 Martin, Pinehurst, the address given by George Malcolm Gowens and Charles T. Gowens.
==O==
George M. Gowens (24) married Sheridan S. Gary (23) on December 27, 1971 according to Orange County marriage records.
==O==
Mrs. Georgia M. Gowens, accountant for Lutcher & Moore Lumber Company in 1958 and 1960, lived at 3540 West Park Avenue, Pinehurst, according to the Orange city directory. She continued with the same company in 1962 and 1963, but lived at 2020 North 35th Street, Pinehurst. In 1965 and 1966 she was listed as a bookkeeper for Harms Marine Service at 2020 North 35th Street in 1965 and on Harding Drive in 1966.
==O==
Miss Easther Gowins was married October 5, 1852 to Larkin Ashworth, according to Orange County Marriage Book A, page 4. He enlisted in Company C, 27th Louisiana Infantry Regiment in Rapides Parish April 30, 1862 and died at Camp Tucker June 22, 1862, according to the research of Hazel G. Standley of Starks, Louisiana.
==O==
Angela Lea Goynes was born July 2, 1955 in Orange County, according to BVS File 120723. She was married to Michael Ray Granger who was born August 20, 1952, on June 7, 1974, according to Orange County Marriage Book 40, page 783.
==O==
Charles W. Goynes, shipfitter, was employed by Consolidated Steel in 1944 and lived at 304 Navy Street, according to the Orange City directory.
==O==
Charles Goynes in 1951 lived at 220 Moreel Boulevard, according to the city directory. Charles Melvin Goynes was born May 23, 1931, according to Orange County Birth Book 8 page 258.

Charles Melvin Goynes was married to Miss Betty D. Norwood April 18, 1952, according to Orange County Marriage Book 18, page 375. In 1958, Charles M. Goynes, an estimator for Ramsey-Kantz, Inc., steel fabricators, and Betty D. Norwood Goynes were living at 86 Pine according to the city directory. In 1960 they lived at 322 Harrison.

In 1960 they lived at 322 Harrison. In 1962 and 1963 they lived at 910 10th Street. In 1972 Charles M. Goynes was listed in the telephone directory living at 960 Lamar Street, Beaumont, Texas.
==O==
George Augustus Goynes was married to Miss Inza L. Parks December 31, 1946, according to Orange County Marriage Book 15, page 512. In 1951 George Augustus Goynes an administrative assistant at the U. S. Naval Station, and Inza L. Parks Goynes were living at 220 Moreell Boulevard, the address given by Charles W. Goynes in that year. On February 25, 1956 George Augustus Goynes and Inza L. Parks Goynes received a deed from John A. Peveta to Lot 4, Block 1 Little Cypress Addition, Orange for $700, according to Orange County Deed Book 189, page 467. In 1958 George Augustine Goynes was still listed as an administrative assistant at the U. S. Naval Station. He and his wife resided at Rt. 2 Box 1932, according to the Orange city directory.

On January 29, 1959 they received a deed from John H, Peveto to Lot 3, Block 1, Little Cypress Addition, adjoining, according to Orange County Deed Book 231, page 24.

On June 5, 1965 they gave a deed to Loraine Huffman to Lot 16, Koch Addition Orange, according to Orange County Deed Book 1428, page 92.
==O==
Miss Irene Goynes was married to James Stanley Middlebrook June 19, 1948, according to Orange County Marriage Book 16, page 424. In 1951 Irene Goynes was living at 220 Moreell Boulevard, the address given by Charles M. Goynes, according to the Orange city directory.

In 1951 Raymond Richard Goynes lived at 220 Moreell Boulevard, the address given by Charles M. Goynes, George Augustus Goynes and Irene Goynes,

Raymond Richard Goynes was married to Mrs. Carolyn Marie Henry Kent January 9, 1954, according to Orange County Marriage Book, page 291. Raymond Richard Goynes was born in the Philippines in 1930 and Carolyn Marie Henry Kent Goynes was born in Louisiana in 1929. In 1958 they lived at 93 Cypress St. Rt. 2, Orange where he was an operator for DuPont Corporation. Later in 1958 they lived at 315 Decatur, Orange.

On August. 3959 they received a deed from Zeto Development Company to Lot 23, Block 2, Edgemont Plaza, Orange for $13,050, according to Orange County Deed Book 240, page 250. From 1960 through 1967 Raymond Richard Goynes continued with DuPont Corporation and lived at 3406 Bowling Lane.

Children born to Raymond Richard Goynes and Carolyn Marie Henry Kent Goynes include:

Raymond Richard Goynes, Jr. born November 29, 1955
Christina Marie Goynes born November 11, 1958
==O==
Larry Augustus Goynes was born in Orange County June 9, 1948, according to BVS Files.
==O==
Paul Douglas Goynes was born in Orange County October 30, 1955, according to BVS File 188682.
==O==
Phillip Lloyd Goynes was born in Orange County November 30, 1956, according to BVS File 216341.
==O==
Raymond Richard Goynes, Jr., son of Raymond Richard Goynes and Carolyn Marie Henry Kent Goynes was born November 29, 1954, according to BVS File 207497.

Christina Marie Goynes, daughter of Raymond Richard Goynes and the fifth child of Carolyn Marie Henry Kent Goynes, was born November 11, 1958 at Orange, according to Orange County Birth Book 8, page 258.
==O==
Rhonda Ann Goynes was born in Orange County April 11, 1954, according to BVS File 62680.
==O==
Timothy Ryan Goynes was born in Orange County July 21, 1963, according to BVS File 122285.
==O==
Victoria Lynn Goynes was born April 29, 1952 in Orange County, according to BVS File 15418. She was married February 16, 1973 to Randall Clay Murphy, who was born August 22, 1953, according to Orange County Marriage Book 38, page 541.

PALO PINTO COUNTY, TEXAS

Adolphus Edmon Goen died October 04, 1968 according to Palo Pinto County death records.
==O==
Charlotte Janine Goen was born in Palo Pinto County February 22, 1962, according to BVS File 20981.
==O==
Cheryl Denise Goen was born August 29, 1963 in Palo Pinto County, according to BVS File 166334.
==O==
Christopher Howard Goen was born July 9, 1964 in Palo Pinto County, according to BVS Files.
==O==
Gladys Goen died January 15, 1995 according to Palo Pinto County death records.
==O==
Jimmy Lee Goen was born in Palo Pinto County January 29, 1963, according to BVS File 30968.
==O==
Ralph Goen (58) married Antonia Lee Holloway (66) on November 14, 1966 according to Palo Pinto County marriage records.
Ralph Goen died January 11, 1980 according to Palo Pinto County death records.
==O==
Miss Audrey Beulah Goin was married to Lee Douglas Kirby December 9, 1961, according to Palo Pinto County Marriage Book 16, page 60.
==O==
Louis Goin, Pensioner No. 33252 and his widow, Mary Goin, pensioner No. 36939, of Palo Pinto County were indexed in the file collection of Confederate Pension Applications maintained in the genealogical department of the Weatherford, Texas Public Library. The compilation was published in “Some Confederate Veterans” compiled by Joan Green Lawrence of Baird, Texas.
==O==
Mattie E. Goin, one of the heirs of H. M. Nelson, gave a warranty deed to N. W. Bandy July 6, 1967, for a lot in Santo, Texas, according to Palo Pinto County Deed Book 343, page 615. Consideration was $400.
==O==
Regina Ann Goings was born in Panola County February 11, 1964, according to BVS File 3069.
==O==
Ira Gilbert Goins and wife Kathleen Josephine Goins gave a deed of trust June 18, 1965 to Ryan Mortgage Company for Lot 8, Block 3 in Mineral Wells, Texas, according to Palo Pinto County Deed of Trust Book 80, page 320.

Ira Gilbert Goins and Kathleen Josephine Goins gave a warranty deed to Billy L. Pierce January 11, 1971 for property according to Palo Pinto County, Deed Book 387, page 162.
==O==
Lesley Lee Goins was married to Mrs. Clister Mae Glover December 11, 1953, according to Palo Pinto County Marriage Book 14. page 222. Children born to Lesley Lee Goins and Clister Mae Glover Goins are unknown.
==O==
Artie G. Gowin died September 12, 1972 according to Palo Pinto County death records.
==O==
Ira Gowin died July 05, 1984 according to Palo Pinto County death records.
==O==
James V. Gowin died February 07, 1976 according to Palo Pinto County death records.
==O==
Jess Gowin died May 10, 1985 according to Palo Pinto County death records.

PANOLA COUNTY, TEXAS

Joseph H. Going (38) married Gloria Winona Gray (27) on July 5, 1966 according to Panola County marriage records.

PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS

Bertha Goen died January 09, 1985 according to Parker County death records.
==O==
Fred Goen died July 24, 1976 according to Parker County death records.
==O==
Ida May Goen was married December 29, 1887 to John Henry Lain, son of Durham Lorenzo Lain and Susan Studdard Lain, according to Mel Karten of Cornelius, Oregon. John Henry Lain was born April 22, 1859 in Upshur County, Texas. He died Sepember 11, 1947 and was buried in Oakland Cemetery in Parker County.
==O==
James W. Goen was enumerated in the 1880 census of Parker County, Volume 26, Sheet 31, Enumeration District 138, Line 5, Precinct 5:

Goen, James W. age 26, born in GA husband
Sarah age 23, born in AR, wife
Willie age 1, born in TX, daughter
==O==
Miss Audean Florence Goin was married to Luther Carter Baucum July 28, 1950, according to Parker County Marriage Book 27, page 564.
==O==
Robert William Goen died January 18, 1968 according to Parker County death records.
==O==
Charley Goin, white male, was born in Texas in March 1881, according to his enumeration in 1900 census. He appeared in Parker County, Enumeration District 76, page 8, as a 19-year-old living in the home of his cousin, Asa B. Cruce.
==O==
Jack Wilson Goin was married to Betty Jane Moore September 22, 1946, according to Parker County Marriage Book 24, page 59. Jack Wilson Goin and Betty Jane Moore Goin lived at 2810 McLemore Avenue, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth. In 1950 and 1951 he was a switchman for CRI&P Railway. Betty Jane Moore Goin was a telephone operator for Hotel Texas. They lived at 736 Samuels in 1950 and at 2512 Ryan Avenue in 1951. Apparently the couple was divorced about this time.

Jack Wilson Goin was married to Miss Kathryn S. Nicks January 24, 1952, according to Martin County Marriage Book 4, page 460. Jack Wilson Goin and Kathryn S. Nicks Goin were living in Lubbock, Texas in 1956, according to Lubbock city directory. He was a presser for Plaza Cleaners.

Betty Jane Moore Goin was listed as a PBX operator in 1952. In 1953 and 1954 she lived at 1101 Samuels Avenue. From 1956 through 1968 she was listed in the directory as a telephone operator for Western Hills Motel. In 1956 she lived at 1305 Lagonda. From 1957 through 1960 she lived at 401 Karens.

In 1957 Jack Wilson Goin was a presser for City Cleaners and lived on the Seminole highway in Andrews, Texas, according to the Andrews city directory. Apparently they were divorced about 1958.

Jack Wilson Goin and Betty Jane Moore Goin were remarried August 3, 1959, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 123, page 529. Apparently the second marriage did not last. Jack Wilson Goin was listed as a presser for Zenith Cleaners living at 3736 Marks Place in the 1960 directory, the last mention of him.

Betty Jane Moore Goin lived at 51 North Chandler from 1961 through 1965. From 1967 she lived at 1057 Scenic Street. From 1970 through 1972 she was a PBX operator at Montgomery-Wards. In 1972 she lived at 2258 Bird Avenue.
==O==
Robert John Goin (49) married Freeda Duncan (51) on August 2, 1968 according to Parker County marriage records.
==O==
Willoughby Sanford Goin III, son of Willoughby Sanford Goin II, was born in Kentucky in 1940. About 1964 he was married to Sondra Sue Harrison, who was born in Missouri in 1942. In 1968 he was a soldier in the U. S. Army stationed at Mineral Wells, Texas. On December 16, 1968 Willoughby Sanford Goin III and Sondra Sue Hudson Goin were the parents of Nancy Crittenden Goin, their second child, who was born at U. S. Beach Army Hospital, according to Parker County Birth Book 25C, page 647.
==O==
E. M. Goines and his wife, Linda Goines gave a warranty deed to A. W. Zeller October, 1967, according to Parker County Deed Book 428, page 21.
==O==
George Going was enumerated in the 1880 census of Parker County, Enumeration District 139, Line 46, Precinct 6, as follows:

Going, George age 38, born in SC, husband
Eliza age 38, born in AL, wife
Sallie age 11, born in AL, daughter
Woods age 9, born in AL, son
Robert age 7, born in AL, son
Albert age 4, born in TX, son
John age 2, born in TX, son
==O==
Archie Goins and his wife Lelah F. Goins of Parker County gave quit claim deed to Alex Wilkerson January 5, 1971 to 4 acres of land for $3,893.61, according to Parker County Deed Book 491, page 414. On January 13, 1971 they received a warranty deed from James Doyle to a lot in Azle, Texas, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4982, page 380.
==O==
Greggory Lee Goins was born in Pennsylvania in 1948. In 1968 he was a soldier in the U. S. Army stationed at Mineral Wells, Texas. About 1967 he was married to Beverly Ann Wood who was born in New York in 1947. On October 16, 1968 they were the parents of Michael Greggory Goins who was born at U. S. Beach Army Hospital, according to Parker County Birth Book 25C, page 555.
==O==
Henry G. Goines (37) Chistene M. Buggs (35) on June 6, 1978 according to Parker County marriage records.
==O==
Michael Lee Goins, age 20, was married to Linda Beth Brooks, age 20, April 4, 1969, according to Parker County Marriage Book 39, page 495.
==O==
Mrs. Margaret Gowan gave a deed to Laura Edith Smith June 9, 1955, to 52.8 acres of land in Parker County, Texas, according to Parker County Deed Book 276, page 56.

Later Mrs. Margaret Gowan, joined by her husband, Travis Gowan and others leased land in Parker County, Texas to Phillips Petroleum Company, according to Parker County Deed Book 278, page 636. They were residents of Canyon County, Idaho at that time.
==O==
Nancy Gowan was married to Alfred William Bowden in 1974, according to Parker County Marriage Book 45, page 194.
==O==
O. H. Gowan was married to Alice Norton September 18, 1881, according to Parker County Marriage Records. Children born to O. H. Gowan and Alice Norton Gowan are unknown.
==O==
Ed Gowen was a resident of Weatherford, Texas in 1911. He was the father of a son born there February 10, 1911.
==O==
Jerry Wayne Gowen and Judy Doreen Gowen, twins, were born in Parker County August 10, 1959, according to BVS Files 172315 and 172316.
==O==
Miss Irene Gowens was married to Kenneth L. Dickinson December 31. 1942, according to Parker County Marriage Book 21, page 284.
==O==
Jack A. Gowin was married to Eva L. Marley March 15, 1946, according to Parker County Marriage Book 23, page 277.
==O==
Mrs. Mary Frances Goyne, who was born in 1944, was married September 10 1967 to Woodrow Wilson Shahan, Jr, who was also born in 1944, according to Parker County Marriage Book 38, page 431.
==O==
Robert Harold Goyne, Jr. was married to Beverly Campbell December 16, 1960, according to Parker County Marriage Book 34, page 482. Children born to Robert Harold Goyne, Jr. and Beverly Campbell Goyne are unknown.
==O==
Miss Sharon Gail Goyne was married to Tommy Neil Wright April 6, 1958, according to Parker County Marriage Book 32 page 585.
==O==
Earnest L. Goynes (45) married Dorothy M. Brooks (36) on August 14, 1975 according to Parker County marriage records.

PARMER COUNTY, TEXAS

Robert M. Gowing was born about 1920, place and parents unknown. In 1993 he lived in Friona, Texas. Children born to him include;

Robert Gowing born about 1946

Robert Gowing, son of Robert M. Gowing was born about 1946. In 1973 he lived in Taos, New Mexico. In 1993 he lived in Friona.

Children born to Robert Gowing include:

James E. Gowing born about 1969
Diane Gowing born about 1970
Garrett Gowing born about 1971
David Gowing born April 28, 1973
Lori Gowing born about 1975
Stacy Gowing born about 1979

James E. Gowing, son of Robert Gowing, was born born about 1969. In 1993 he lived in Muleshoe, Texas.

Diane Gowing, daughter of Robert Gowing, was born about 1970. She was married about 1988, husband’s name Smith. In 1993 they lived in Lompoc, California.

Garrett Gowing, son of Robert Gowing, was born about 1971. In 1993 he lived in Friona.

David Gowing, son of Robert Gowing, was born April 28, 1973 in Taos. In 1990 he lived in Nashville, Tennessee and in 1991 removed to Muleshoe where he was a general laborer and a member of the Church of Christ. He was killed at age 20, September 14, 1993 in an automobile accident near Muleshoe. He was buried in Muleshoe Cemetery.

Lori Gowing, daughter of Robert Gowing, was born about 1975. She was married about 1992, husband’s name Wedel. In 1993 they lived in Lompoc.

Stacy Gowing, daughter of Robert Gowing, was born about 1979. In 1993 she continued in Friona.

Robert Melger Gowing died May 20, 1996 according to Parmer County death records.

PECOS COUNTY, TEXAS

Dennis Lee Goins, a sales engineer for Baroid Division, was born in West Virginia in 1939. Brenda Lynn Bonfili Goins, also a native of West Virginia, was born in 1943. The couple made their home at 501 East Fifth Street in Ft. Stockton in 1967.

Dennis Lee Goins and Brenda Lynn Goins, received a warranty Deed to Lot 8, Block 2, Russell Heights Addition, Crane, Texas, December 12, 1967, according to Crane County Deed Book 202, page 6.

On January 14, 1970 Dennis Lee Goins and Brenda Lynn Goins “of Midland County, Texas” gave a warranty deed to Lot 8, Block 2, Russell Heights Addition according to Crane County Deed Book 216, page 248.

Dennis Lee Goins and Brenda Lynn Goins received a warranty deed from Doyce C. Huckaby October 13, 1971 to Lot 4, Block 32, Western Plateau Addition, Amarillo, Texas, according to Randall County Deed Book 465, page 266. Children born to Dennis Lee Goins and Brenda Lynn Goins include Jace Harrison Goins.
Jace Harrison Goins, first child of Dennis Lee Goins and Brenda Lynn Bonfili Goins, was born in Ft. Stockton, Texas September 8, 1967, according to Pecos County Birth Book 13, page 99.
==O==
Jewell Gowen died March 4, 1925 in Pecos County according to BVS File 11659. This could not be found in Pecos County Death Records or in BVS records.
==O==
Donna Cecile Gowins, third child of James Lester Gowins, Jr. and Bonnie Cecile Miner Gowins, was born in Ft. Stockton, Texas September 25, 1957, according to Pecos County Marriage Book 9, page 382.
==O==
James Lester Gowins, Jr., a roughneck and a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, was born in Louisiana, in 1932. Bonnie Cecile Miner Gowins, a native of North Carolina was born in 1937.

POLK COUNTY, TEXAS

Rodger D. Goins (20) married Brenda K. Hamilton (19) on December 23, 1978 according to Polk County marriage records.
==O==
Delila Goyens appeared as the head of a household enumerated in the 1880 Polk County census, Enumeration District 20, Precinct 3, page 14:

“Goyens, Delila 47, born in LA
Breckenridge 21, born in LA, son
Mitchell 20, born in LA, son
Fulton 17, born in LA, son
James 14, born in LA, son
Richard 10, born in LA, son
Bray 6, born in LA, son
Goyens, Mary 22, born in LA, daughter-in-law
Dallas 1, born in TX, grandson”
==O==
Adell Goynes was born November 24, 1921 in Polk County, according to BVS File 7557.
==O==
Herman Edward Goynes, Jr. was born September 20, 1957 in Polk County, according to BVS File 175041.
==O==
Laurence Goyens appeared in a census of Polk County, Justice Precinct 3, Volume 27, Sheet 14, Edition 70, Line 3, as follows:

Goyens, Laurence age 26, born in LA, husband
Norcisa age 23, born in TX, wife
Mary D. age 1, born in TX, daughter
==O==
Marcel Ray Goynes was born in Polk County July 1, 1940, according to BVS File 58690.
==O==
Margie Eron Goynes was born January 27, 1935 in Polk County, according to BVS File 7557.
==O==
Mary Goyens appeared living with Delia Goyens
as the head of a household in a census of Polk County, Precincts 3, Enumeration District 70, Line 48. as follows:

Goyens, Mary 22, born in LA
Dallas 1, born in TX. son
==O==
Minnie Evelyn Goynes was born June 2, 1934 in Polk County, according to BVS File 46920.
==O==
Willie Goynes, Jr, died June 20, 1930 in Polk County according to BVS File 31093.
==O==
Billie Lee Goyns was born in Polk County, August 21, 1928, according to BVS File 76460.
==O==
Capt. John Guyns of Livingston, Texas commanded a company of volunteers from Polk County who enlisted in the Texas State Troops for Confederate service. On March 2, 1862 Brig-Gen. W. M. Neyland, commanding the Second Brigade filed a readiness report:

“State of Texas
County of Jasper

I, W. M. Neyland Brigadier General of the 7nd Brigade, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing list of names, is correct list of the names of Company Officers of the Texas State Troops, in the 2nd Brigade, as appears by returns of election, now on file in my office, together with number of Muster Rolls, including all male citizens between the age of 18 and 50 years including all invalied, the probable number of enrollment about eight hundred, Four Companies to Burnetts Regiment, Three to Carters Regiment, One to Whitfields Battalion in Missouri and Two now organized to respond to the Governor’s Call for fifteen thousand infantry, also about one hundred and fifty enlisted as recruits, in Companies in Virginia, mount of fire arms reported Sixteen hundred and Seventy three, Seven hundred of which has been taken off by the volunteers in said Regiments.

Given under my hand in Jasper this 20th March 1862.

W. M. Neyland
Brg. Gen, 2nd
Brigade”

POTTER COUNTY, TEXAS

Elmer Goen appeared in the 1941-1942 edition of the edition of the Amarillo city directory as a laborer employed by Amarillo Brick Company.
==O==
Harry H. Goen was listed in the 1921 directory as a teamster, living at 404 Van Buren.
==O==
James M. Goen (37) married Betty S. Chambless (29) on March 2, 1978 according to Potter County marriage records.
==O==
Nora L. Goens, widow of John Goens, a nurse employed by the Veterans Administration Hospital, was listed in the 1945-1946-1947 edition of the city directory living at 506 Russell.
==O==
Quida Goin died January 11, 1989 according to Potter County death records.
==O==
Tom Goin Clark SR. died June 04, 1996 according to Potter County death records.
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Walter Goin and Sherry Goin of Highland Village announced the engagement of their son, Walter Russell Goin to Patricia Ann Baca, according to the April 4, 2000 edition of the “Amarillo Daily News.” The bride is the daughter of Ben Baca and Stella Baca of Amarillo.
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Bill T. Goines, carpenter and his wife A. Geneva Goines were living at 3511-B 12th Avenue in 1953.
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Lewis G. Goines and his wife, Ina Fay Goines “of Potter County” received a deed to Lot 4, Block 2, Eastridge Addition, Amarillo September 17, 1960, according to Potter County Deed Book 984, page 496. They sold the property July 10, 1964 to H. R. Powers for $9,250.
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Madge Goines, employed at Vogue Beauty Shop, was living at 1000 Lincoln in 1941-42.
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William H. Goines was living at 1406 Monroe, according to the 1938-39 directory.
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Mrs. Peggy Going in 1933 was living at 500 Jackson.
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Vesta Marie Going was born July 27, 1933 in Potter County, according to BVS File 56298.
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Leonard H. Goings died July 29, 1976 according to Potter County death records.
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Miss Mary Rosalie Goings was listed as a domestic in the 1917, 1918 and 1919 editions. She lived at 1800 Van Buren in 1917 and 1801 Taylor in 1918-1920. In 1920 she was shown as a bookkeeper for Singer Sewing Machine Company. From 1921 until 1926 she was listed as a telephone operator for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. In 1921 she lived at 601 North Garfield, back at 1801 Taylor in 1922 and 1923, 1105 Fillmore in 1924, 805 Fillmore in 1925 and at 409-D Madison in 1926.
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Alonzo Goins, U. S. Army, in 1952 lived at 3804 East 13th Avenue with his wife, Leona Goins.
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Mrs. Billie Goins, a barmaid at the Sixth Street Bar, in 1951 was living at 310 North Bellview.
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Charlene Goins, a nurse employed by Veterans Administration Hospital, was listed in the 1948 and 1949 editions of the Amarillo city directory. From 1963 through 1966 she was listed as assistant chief nurse at Veterans Administration Hospital, Big Spring, Texas, according to the city directory. She lived at the hospital in 1963 and in 1966. She lived at 2400 Gregg in 1964 and 1965.
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Debra Jean Goins was born August 12, 1965 in Potter County, according to BVS File 130908.
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Donna Lynn Goins was born in Potter County June 11, 1965, according to BVS File 111452.
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George Goins was married to Mrs. Lorena Davis, according to the Potter County Marriage Book 4, page 457. Of George Goins and Lorena Davis Goins nothing more is known.
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Jacob E. Goins, a serviceman for Heath Furniture Company and later for Southwestern Appliance Company, lived at 402 North Florida with his wife Ethel E. Goins, from 1952 until 1956, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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Kenneth Eugene Goins and his wife, Frona Montez Goins “of Potter County” gave a warranty deed to Phillip M. Parrack February 24, 1972 to Lot 26, Block 45, Hamlet Addition, according to Potter County, Deed Book 1176, page 132.
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Robert Glee Goins was married to Bette Joyce Thurman March 7, 1952 in Amarillo, according to Potter County Marriage Book 21, page 617. In 1953 Robert Glee Goins and Bette Joyce Thurman Goins lived at 915-D Jackson, according to the city directory.
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Roy Allan Goins was born in Potter County August 29, 1960, according to BVS File 150093.
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Sam Goins, Jr. was married to Lena Arnold in Amarillo, according to Potter County Marriage Book 8, page 565. Of Sam Goins, Jr. and Lena Arnold Goins nothing more is known.
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Thomas Jay Goins was born August 1, 1926 in Potter County, according to BVS File 149393.
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W. H. Goins (46) married Lou Meeks (45) on December 21, 1974 accoring to Potter County marriage records.

William Goins, laborer, lived at 4019A Rio Grande, according to 1953 city-directory of Amarillo.
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Clifton B. Gowan died May 23, 1977 according to Potter County death records.
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Granville L. Gowan, U. S. Air Force, and his wife, Wilma J. Gowan, lived at 1401B Dunaway, according to the 1952, 1953 city directories of Amarillo.
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Kenneth R. Gowan and his wife, Lucille Gowan, were engaged in the cosmetic business in Amarillo according to the city directory of 1966 and 1967, They lived at 1700 Wester in 1966 and at 5213 West 37th Street in 1967 and operated a Fashion 220 Studio at 2734 Georgia.
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Michael John Gowan was married to Rosemary McCoach April 15, 1964 at Amarillo, according to Potter County Marriage Book 32, page 37. Of Michael John Gowan and Rosemary Mc Coach Gowan nothing more is known.
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O. H. Gowan in 1943-44 was a driver employed by Amarillo Bus Company, residing at 910 N. E. 8th Street, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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Miss Vida Gowan in 1931 lived at 1014 Fillmore in Amarillo, according to the city directory.
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William Gowan in 1967 was a waiter for the KuKu Burger, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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William Edward Merrill Gowan was married to Mrs. Jane Rowland Craig June 12, 1965, according to Potter County Marriage Book 33, page 217. A William E. Gowan was listed in the U. S. Air Force living at 7709 River Drive, according to the 1967 city directory. No mention was made of Jane Rowland Craig Gowan.
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Fleta M. Gowans died April 17, 1973 according to Navarro County death records.
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Mrs. Lee Amia Gowans was married to William Murray, both negroes, August 20, 1921, according to Potter County Marriage Book 5, page 465.
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Louis Gowans died March 18, 1978 according to Navarro County death records.
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Minnie Gowans died October 25, 1977 according to Navarro County death records.
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Ruby Gowans died September 19, 1965 according to Navarro County death records.
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Vernon Gowans died May 30, 1990 according to Navarro County death records.
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Will Gowans died October 9, 1983 according to Navarro County death records.
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Roy Gowen, employed by Hedgecoke Motors, and his wife, Lorraine Gowen, were living at 65188 N. E. 12th Street in 1971, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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Thomas M. Gowen, U. S. Air Force, and his wife, Anne W. Gowen, were living at 214 North Taylor, according to the 1953 city directory of Amarillo.
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Bobby Louis Gowens (19) married Cheryl Ann Sills (19) on July 22, 1966 according to Potter County marriage records.
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Jesse Willie Gowens (18) married Lottie Faye Floyd (17) on August 30, 1968 according to Potter County marriage records.
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Jesse W. Gowens (33) married Deborah J. Horner (26) on June 1, 1984 according to Potter County marriage records.
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Miss Norma Gowens in 1912 lived at 300 North Johnson in the household of Votie A. Johnston, a boilerwasher for Santa Fe Railroad, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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Pamela Kay Gowens was born in Potter County October 18, 1954, according to BVS File 187150. She was married to Arthur R. Gallegos, born September 27, 1951, on July 21, 1973 according to Bernalillo County, New Mexico Marriage Book 151, page 93380.
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Jesse Willie Gowens was born in Potter County July 15, 1950, according to BVS File 99151. He was married to Lottie Faye Floyd August 30, 1968, according to Potter County Marriage Book 36, page 675.

Jesse Willie Gowens and Lottie Faye Floyd Gowens lived at 3323 Fitzhugh Avenue in 1970, according to the city directory of Ft. Worth, Texas. She was employed by the U.S. Air Force. Later in the year she was a shipping clerk at Dickson-Jenkins Manufacturing Company and lived at 5724 Buchanan. In 1971 she lived at 2812-B Avenue I.

Lottie Faye Floyd Gowens was remarried to Terry Norman Jackson March 29, 1974 at Sweetwater, Texas, according to Nolan County, Texas Marriage Book 16, page 256.

Jesse Willie Gowens died September 21, 1998 according to Potter County death records.

Children born to Jesse Willie Gowens and Lottie Faye Floyd Gowens include:

Kimberly Faye Gowens born in December 1968
Shelley Denise Gowens born about 1970

Kimberly Faye Gowens, daughter of Jesse Willie Gowens and Lottie Faye Floyd Gowens, was born in December 1968. On October 4, 1997 she wrote:

“I am looking for my father, Jesse Willie Gowens. The last time we saw each other was when I was three and a half years old. Jesse Willie Gowens also fathered my sister, Shelley Denise Gowens. Lottie Faye refuses to give any information to help in this search. I am searching for medical records and to know if he is still alive. My sister and I are having thyroid illiness and need family medical background as soon as possible. My E-mail address is venice4kim@aol.com.”

Shelley Denise Gowens, daughter of Jesse Willie Gowens and Lottie Faye Floyd Gowens, was born about 1970, place unknown.
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Miss Sharon Gowens in 1973 was a waitress for Arrow Cafe living at 85 North Kentucky, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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Tereica Jean Gowens was born in Potter County October 20, 1952, according to BVS File 176140.
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Douglas Wayne Gowin was born February 16, 1953, in Potter County, according to BVS File 30002.
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Ida Mae Gowin died in Potter County, Texas August 23, 1952, according to BVS File 40915.
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Jim Gowin, manager of R. B. Atex Service Station, lived at Canyon, Texas in 1971, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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Mary Ellen Gowin died July 10, 1997 according to Potter County death records.
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Wanda Gowin, a student, lived at 2217 Polk Street in 1970, according to the Amarillo city directory.
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Bobby Neil Goyne (21) married Karen Dee Hemby (18) on November 17, 1966 according to Potter County marriage records.
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Jerry Ross Goyne was listed as a postman in the Amarillo city directory from 1960 through 1973. From 1961 until 1962 he and his wife, Linda S. Goyne, were living at 1603 North Williams.

Jerry Ross Goyne and Linda S. Goyne received a warranty deed October 17, 1961 from Herman W. Gray to Lot 3, Block 1, Crestview Addition, Amarillo, October 17, 1961, according to Potter County Deed Book 905, page 636. From 1962 until 1966 they were living at 307 North Western, and from 1966 through 1973 they were living at 937 West Bonita, according to the city directory.

In 1973 he was shown as assistant plant manager for Levi-Strauss Company in Amarillo. In 1971 Linda S. Goyne was credit manager for Fedway Department Store. Jerry Ross Goyne and Linda S. Goyne gave a warranty deed to the Crestview property to L. O. Williams February 3, 1965 according to Potter County Deed Book 1006, page 569.
He remarried Margie Lackey (27) on February 10, 1983 according to Potter County marriage records.
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Kellie Lee Goyne was born in Potter County December 23, 1960, according to BVS File 1239226.
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Patricia Faye Goyne was married to David Paul Trasher September 29, 1965, according to Potter County Marriage Book 33, page 472 and Book 34, page 309.
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Ronda Sue Goyne was born December 3, 1934 in Potter County, according to BVS File No. 106087. She is believed to be a daughter of Furman Goyne and Marie Goyne, and was shown to be a student living at 1319 Travis in the 1954 Amarillo city directory.
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Roy Lee Goyne died March 28, 1995 according to Potter County death records.
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Paul Eugene Guynes died June 02, 1993 according to Potter County death records.

PRESIDIO COUNTY, TEXAS

Henry Goens received a warranty deed from Hiram Lightner September 23, 1884 for a lot in Ft. Davis, Texas for $400 an acre according to Presidio County Deed Book 3. Page 182.
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Jeanie Gowans received a royalty deed from W. M. C. Marshall January 16, 1928 for land in Presidio County according to Presidio County Deed Book 75, page 59

Jeanie Gowans received a royalty deed from John G. Guerin October 11, 1928 for land in Presidio County according to Presidio County Deed Book 78, page 494.

Jeanie Gowans received a realty deed from H.J. McMullen January 23, 1929 for land in Presidio County according to Presidio County Deed Book 82, page 66.
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Benjamin Gowen received an assignment for an oil & gas Lease October 15, 1932 from Charles Burnett of Los Angeles, California according to Presidio County Oil & Gas Lease Book 93, page 294.
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Benjamin S. Gowen and Lillis B. of 100 North Vista St., Los Angeles, California, received a warranty deed for land in Presidio County from Irving Goldberg & Chas Burnett July 21, 1933 according to Presidio County Deed Book 96, page 222.

Benjamin S. Gowen received a warranty deed from Chas Burnett December 24, 1932 for land in Presidio County according to Presidio County Deed Book 93, page 544.
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E. W. Gowen received an oil & gas Lease from Western Trust Company September 11, 1922 for five acres at $100 a year in Presidio County according to Presidio County Oil and Gas Lease Book 66, page 47.
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W. S. Gowen received a lease from the State of Texas June 17, 1899 for land in Presidio County. The land was located Set 22, Block WSG9 and consisted of 640 acres. T.C. Railway Co. was the original grantee according to Certificate 1917. This information was taken from Presidio County Deed Book 20, page 43.
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RAINS COUNTY, TEXAS

Mellisa Adams, daughter of D. K. Adams and Martha Gowens Adams, died July 3, 1930, according to a death certificate filed August 11, 1930 in Rains County. She was buried at Colony Cemetery.
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J. W. Goings was married to Isabella Daniel at Emory, Texas September 17, 1884, according to Rains County Marriage Book 1, page 110. Of Isabella Daniel Goings nothing more is known.

J. W. Goings was married March 1, 1893 to Josie Epison, according to Rains County Book 2, page 93. Of Josie Epison Goings nothing more is known.

J. W. Goins died April 20, 1896, and “Jessie Goins” was named administrator of the estate.
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Elmer Goins, negro, son of Morneneus Goins and Julian Banks Goins, was born March 31, 1923 at Ginger, Texas, according to Rains County Birth Book 3.
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Elvin Pryor Gowin (22) married Vera Kathryn Harvey (17) on May 28, 1966 according to Rains County marriage records.
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Larry R. Gowin (22) married Judy C. Lowery (22) on June 17, 1970 according to Rains County marriage records.
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Freddie Lavon Gowin (22) married Vicki Lyn Dougherty (17) on February 24, 1968 according to Rains County marriage records.
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Perry P. Gowin (19) married Judy C. Roberts (16) on January 16, 1970 according to Rains County marriage records.
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George A. Gowins and Madie Louise Gowins lived on a farm in Rains County consisting of 150 acres in the northeastern portion of the county.

George A. Gowins received a warranty deed from Henry C. Trentman July 10, 1956. Gowins named Madie Louise Parker Gowins, Thomas Jackson Gowins, and Geary Alan Gowins as heirs to his estate according to Rains County Deed Book 3011, page 150.

George A. Gowins died June 5, 1953. Wesley Gowins, a brother, was administrator of his estate according to Rains County Probate Book 35, page 217.

Children born to George A. Gowins and Madie Louise Gowins include:

Geary Allen Gowins born October 7, 1949
Thomas Jackson Gowins born March 29, 1951

RANDALL COUNTY, TEXAS

Charles Gowin died December 13, 1982 according to Randall County death records.

REAL COUNTY, TEXAS

Charley David Goines was born in Real County July 10, 1939, according to BVS File No 60781.
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Floyd Avery Goines was born in Real County May 17, 1947, according to BVS File 209256.
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Jackson Dewitt Goines was born in Real County May 11, 1950, according to BVS File 68167. He married Teresa M. Lees (20) on September 2, 1978 according to Real County marriage records.
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Louis Jackson Goines was born April 5, 1902 in Real County, according to BVS File No. 697586. He was married to Leliah Hensley, December 16, 1935, according to Menard County Marriage Book 4, page 190.

Louis Jackson Goines and Leliah Hensley Goines were the parents of an infant born in Real County November 23, 1936, according to BVS File No. 96854. They were also the parents of an infant which died in Real County November 23, 1937, according to BVS File No. 57011.
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Lois Monrow Goines was born October 10, 1936 in Real County, according to BVS File 83156. He Married June Deleo on September 2, 1978 according to Real County marriage records.
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Michael Vernon Goines was born July 19, 1957 in Real County, according to BVS File 129082.

Shirley Ruth Goins was born in Real County January 4, 1944, according to BVS File 10883.
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Virdie May Goines was born in Real County July 7, 1900, according to BVS File No. 697485.
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Lois Lavonda Gowen died March 30, 1995 according to Real County death records.

RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS

The original Red River County was so large that 36 Texas counties were created out of that vast region along the border of Oklahoma. It was the first county recognized by the Republic of Texas in 1836. Clarksville, the county seat, was established in 1833 by Capt. James Clark. A two-room log cabin was built on the town square to serve as the courthouse.
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Bessie Lucille Goings died February 09, 1991 according to Red River County death records.
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Cercil Goins died June 20, 1907 in Red River County, Texas according to BVS File 49826.
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Charles Lewis Goins was born April 9, 1945 in Red River County, according to BVS File 46570.
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Dewey Morris Goins was born August 10, 1921 according to BVS File 881779.
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Very Little is told of the Gowen family in the sketchy county records of Red River County. Gene Bowers, Clarksville, identified as the “unofficial” historian of Red River County in 1959, was able to furnish very litlle information. He served as county clerk for that county for 25 years before his retirement and the same length term was served by his father and grandfather before him in the same office. He recorded:

“Wooten, the shingle man, shot and killed Gowing out at Stone’s old mill on Wednesday, September 7, 1881.”

The “Clarksville Northern-Standard,” published by Col. Charles DeMorse in Clarksville from 1842 until 1885, carried a news story in the December 29, 1882 edition of the paper bearing on the murder. The newspaper spelled the victim’s name as “Goyne.”

The District Court convicted A.J. Wootten on manslaughter charges on December 12, 1882, according to the legal records of the county, and Judge R. R. Games of the Sixth Judicial District sentenced him to two years in the state penitentiary.

Whether the murder victim was a relative of Jeremiah B. Nunley Gowen is unknown. Mrs. F. L. Woodward of Rox-ton, Texas reported that on Major S. P. Gowan attended a ball held in Clarksville on October 24, 1836. The first house was built in Clarksville in 1834 and it became a town in 1837.
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Anestine Gowens on February 20, 1866 was married, husband’s name Lollar, according to Red River County marriage records.
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Nancy Gowans was married on November 17, 1868 to David King, according to Red River County marriage records.

REEVES COUNTY, TEXAS

Bobby L. Gowens was married to Peggy L. Camillo September 1, 1973 according to Bernalillo County, New Mexico Marriage Book 152, page 94085. Bobby L. Gowens was born July 28, 1956, in Pecos, Texas. Peggy L. Camillo Gowens was born October 4, 1956 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Their last known residence was 1416 Dorothy NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Bobby Lynn Gowens was born in Reeves County July 28, 1956, according to BVS File 126405.
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Fred C. Gowen received a warranty deed from Nello M. Lancaster May 7, 1926 to lots 7 and 5, Block 1 in Pecos, according to Reeves County Deed Book 62, page 325.
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T.B. Goyne and his wife, Opal J. Goyne, received a warranty deed from J.R. Mallett to lots 8 & 9, Block 71, N.P. Addition in Pecos, Texas, according to Reeves County Deed Book 148, page 416. On the same date they gave a deed of trust to First National Bank of Pecos to finance the transaction. The lein was released October 30, 1953, according to Reeves County Deed Book 14, page 197.

T. B. Goyne and his wife, Naomi Goyne, appeared in the 1953 city directory of Odessa, Texas. He was a mechanic employed by City Bus Company and resided at 1504 South Jackson.

T. B. Goyne, appliance manager for White’s Auto Store, and his wife Opal J. Goyne, lived at 2128 Sunnydell, Waco, Texas, according to the 1956 and 1958 Waco, Texas city directory.

T. B. Goyne, salesman for White’s Auto Store, and his wife, Opal J. Goyne, lived at 3322 Jarvis in 1961 and at 2017 38th Street from 1962 until 1968, according to the Lubbock, Texas city directory. While a resident of Lubbock on December 6, 1966 he gave a trustee’s deed to property in McLennan County, Texas to Prudential Insurance Company, according to McLennan County Deed Book 999, page 411.

Mrs. Opal J. Goyne was the operator of Goyne Beauty Shop from 1964 until 1968, according to the Lubbock city directory.
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REFUGIO COUNTY, TEXAS

Robert William Goynes was born March 6, 1949 in Refugio County, according to BVS files.

ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEXAS

John Goin was married to Ruthie Goin September 10, 1870, according to Robertson County marriage records.
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Doris Kathline Gowan was born February 6, 1916 in Robertson County, according to BVS File 8349. “Dorris Gowen” died July 6, 1916, according to Robertson County death records.
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Mary Francis Gowan was born in Robertson County June 17, 1912, according to BVS Files 21806.
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Lucy A. Gowen was married April 1, 1875 to M. W. Santry, according to Robertson County marriage records.
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Emma Lee Guynes died September 27, 1964 according to Robertson County death records.
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Samuel B. Guynes died May 27, 1976 according to Robertson County death records.

ROCKWALL COUNTY, TEXAS

Madeline Gauen was married to William Jackson Frazier March 1, 1960, according to Rockwall County marriage Book 40, page 519.
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James Carl Goans was married to Lorena Lewellen July 8, 1953, according to Rockwell County Marriage Book 36, page 587. Of James Carl Goans and Lorena Lewellen Goans nothing more is known.
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Barbara Sue Goen, third child of T. D. Goen and Alma Bates Goen, was born April 3, 1939 in Dallas County, according to Dallas County Birth Book 20, page 159. T. D. Goen, white, male, farmer at Wylie, Texas, was born in Texas in 1912. Alma Bates Goen was born in Texas in 1916.
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Edith Juanita Goen was married to James C. Flanagan December 4, 1944, according to Rockwall County Marriage Book 23, page 481.
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Eugene Goen was married to Miss Alma Bates February 27, 1933, according to Rockwall County Marriage Book 13, page 161.
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James Aubrey Goin was married to Winnie Olga McNatt December 21, 1953, according to Rockwall County Marriage Book 34, page 530. Children born to be James Aubrey Goin and Winnie Olga McNatt are unknown.
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Sam J. Goin was married to Lucille Dollar January 31, 1942, according to Rockwall County Marriage Book 19, page 560. Of Sam J. Goin and Lucille Dollar Goin nothing more is known.
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Gary L. Gowen (25) married Jean G. Wilkerson (29) on May 12, 1975 according to Rockwall County marriage records. Gary L. Gowen (34) married Julie A. McElwaine (29) on August 8, 1984 according to Rockwall County marriage records. Gary L. Gowen (35) married Willie C. Hughes (29) on July 16, 1985 according to Rockwall County marriage records.
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Ranlee [or Roulee] Gowen was married to John L. Pierce April 11, 1946, according to Rockwell County Marriage Book 26, page 11.
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Ricky W. Gowen (21) married Kathy D. Black (16) on January 2 ,1973 according to Rockwall County marriage records.
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Thomas J. Gowen Jr. (21) married Dawn M. Puckett (19) on March 31, 1973 according to Rockwall County marriage records.
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Ronald D. Gowens Sr. (24) married Betty G. Patterson (19) on April 29, 1983 according to Rockwall County marriage records.
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William R. Gowens (23) married Lee A. Pletcher (22) on February 2, 1985, according to Marriage Book 199.

RUNNELS COUNTY, TEXAS

Willie Baker Goen died October 28, 1994 according to Runnels County death records.

RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS

Aaron Ray Goin was born March 4, 1957 in Rusk County according to BVS File 51841 and Rusk County Birth Book 21, page 338. He was the second child of Samuel Ronald Goin, 24, a minister, born in Arkansas, and Madeline Frances Joumawan, 21, born in Hawaii.
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Sarah A. Goins was married to Henry A. Miers July 18, 1869, according to Rusk County Marriage records.
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Betty Lou Clydelle Goins was born November 26, 1927 in Rusk County, Texas according to BVS File 1243032.
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Beulah Ann Goins, fifth child of Clyde O. Goins, farmer age 33 born in Bell County, Texas, and Beulah Hutson Goins, age 27 born in Nacogdoches, Texas, was born December 26, 1929 in Rusk County, Texas according to BVS File 1243023.
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James Harold Goins was born September 14, 1925 in Rusk County according to BVS File 913232. Clyde Goens was the father of twins born on the same day as James Harold Goins, September 14, 1925, according to BVS File 65722.
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Nettie B. Goins died June 08, 1975 according to Rusk County death records.
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Olia Carnell Goins was born May 12, 1910 in Rusk County according to BVS File 1263785.
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Private R.H. Gowen, age 34 was a member of the 18th Texas Infantry Regiment of the Army of the Confederate States of America. He was born about 1828.
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Ralph Grover Gowin died May 17, 1984 according to Rusk County death records.
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James Donald Gowing was born November 30, 1944 in Henderson, Rusk County, Texas according to BVS File 143331. He was married to Sally Ann Howell August 16, 1966, according to Taos County, New Mexico Marriage Book 28, page 16214. Sally Ann Howell Gowing was born December 20, 1943. In February 1973 they lived on Ranchitos Road, Taos, according to the telephone directory.
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Mary A. Gowins was married November 16, 1864 to Thomas A. Yancey, according to Rusk County marriage records.
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Anna Louise Goyne, fifth child of Clyde A. Goyne, farmer, age 33 born in Belton, TX, and Beulah Hutson Goyne, age 26, was born November 26, 1929 according to Rusk County Birth Book B, page 104.
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Dorothy Goyne, third child of A. D. Goyne, farmer age 33 born in Belton, Texas, and Annie Anderson, age 27 born in Bethany, Louisiana, was born April 30, 1932 in Rusk County, Texas according Rusk County Birth Book 2A, page 89.
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George Goyne was the father of an infant born in Rusk County, February 27, 1913, according to BVS File 5964.
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George and Lillian Goyne were parents of daughters born February 27, 1913, and June 2, 1915 according to Rusk County Birth Book 1.
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W. B. and L. A. Goyne received a deed from J. H. Langhorne and others March 1, 1911 according to Rusk County Deed Book 65, page 495.

W. B. Goyne received a deed from J. H. Langhorne & J. A. Knight February 4, 1908 according to Rusk County Deed Book 59, page 632. The purchase was for 12 acres of land three miles north of Henderson, Texas, for $108.

W. B. Goyne received a deed from Rose Doremyre November 18, 1904 according to Rusk County Deed Book 55, page 593. The purchase was for 100 acres of land in Davidson County, Tennessee on Henderson & Marshall Railroad Land for $800.

W. B. Goyne received a deed from G. B. and Bernice McLemore October 11, 1904 according to Rusk County Deed Book 55, page 506. The purchase was for 100 acres on Henderson & Marshall Railroad land.

W. B. Goyne and wife Mary E. Goyne gave a deed to John B. Roper October 11, 1904 according to Rusk County Deed Book 55, page 508. The purchase was for 100 acres four miles northeast of Henderson on the Henderson & Marshall Railroad for $600.

SABINE COUNTY, TEXAS

Henry Gowan, negro, was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Sabine County, Texas, Enumeration District 94, page 11. The family was rendered as:

“Gowan, Henry 27, born October 1872 in MS, negro
Betty 20, born February 1880 in TX, wife
Eddie 6, born January 1894 In TX, son
Essex 4, born March 1896 in TX, son
Dee 2, born January 1898 in TX”

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Augustus C. Gowen was listed as the head of a household in Sabine County, Texas in the census of 1850. The enumeration
read:

“Gowen, Augustus C. 26, born in TN
Manerva 18, born in TX.”
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Henry Gowens was the father of an infant born June 9, 1910 in Sabine County according to BVS File 21863.
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Delbert Willie Goynes died October 05, 1990 according to Sabine County death records.
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Mozelle Willie Goynes was born January 12, 1923 in Sabine County according to BVS File 953206.
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S. B. Goynes was the father of an infant born April 26, 1920 in Sabine County according to BVS File 22354.

SAN AUGUSTINE COUNTY, TEXAS

Preston Soles Goen died April 24, 1981 according to San Augustine County death records.

Beulah Isbell Goen, widow of Preston Soles Goen, was born December 14, 1896 in Woodville, Texas. She died March 26, 2002, according to her obituary in theMarch 29, 2002 edition of the “Houston Chronicle:”

“Beulah Isbell Goen, born December 14, 1896 in Woodville, Texas died peacefully at the Hallmark in Houston, March 26, 2002. Beloved mother, grand-mother, great grandmother, aunt, and great aunt was pre-deceased by her husband, Preston Soles Goen. Her contributions to life and love of life was an in-spiration to all. Beulah is survived by her daughter, June Napier; her grandchildren Becky Lander Bee-son and husband, Barry and their children Michael and Christopher and wife, Katie; Trey Lander and wife, Vickie, and children John, Lizzie, Houston and Angele; Ellen Lander Yeoman and children, Lander, Joshua, and Audrey; Louise Lander Myler and hus-band, Wayne and children Matthew, Lane, Austin and Haley; nieces, Cathryn Graham Whaling, Shir-ley Tucker Charpiot, and Johnnie Maxwell, and be-loved friends Leola Davis, Elnora Reynolds and Ru-by Lucky. Family graveside services will be held Saturday, March 30 at Woodville, Texas.”

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Jim Goens died March 7, 1936 in San Augustine County, Texas according to BVS File 17034.
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Addie Marie Goines was born in San Augustine County, Texas August 22, 1925, according to BVS File 995588.
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Barnes Goines was the father of twins born July 26, 1915 in San Augustine County, Texas, according to BVS Files 28781 and 28784.
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Carl Wesley Goins was born November 20, 1944 in San Augustine County according to BVS File 143397.
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Dave Goins was the father of an infant born September 3, 1913 in San Augustine County according to BVS File 31606. Dave Goins died July 7, 1914 in San Augustine County according to BVS File 15541.
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David Neal Goins was born December 14, 1942 in San Augustine County, according to BVS File 146051.
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Kelton LeVert Goins was born February 13, 1926 in San Augustine County of parents unknown. He was adopted as a child by Lonnie Elbert Clark and Bertie Velma Jordan Clark, according his daughter, Charlotte Clark Goins. In a message dated May 30, 2000, Charlotte Clark Goins was attempting to find her father’s biological parents.
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R. K. Goins was born October 15, 1917 in San Augustine County, according to BVS File 35833.
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William David Goins was born September 3, 1913 in San Augustine County, according to BVS File 343804.
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Ruby Atetre Gowins was the mother of a child born in San Augustine County May 7, 1924, according to BVS File 42984.
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Adrian Michael Goyens was born June 25, 1952 in San Augustine County according to BVS File 93330. He married Martha L. Boyett on June 9, 1978 according to San Augustine County marriage records.
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Alfred Murl Goyens died July 01, 1984 according to San Augustine County death records.
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H. W. Goyne sold negroes to M. Cartwright October 16, 1840 in San Augustine County:

“A mulatto girl named Letitia, about age 18, and her girl child named Kitty, about age 18 months. Said negros, I do hereby warrant sound in both body and mind and slaves for life.”

H. W. Goyne sold negroes to Brock and Anderson October 26, 1840 for $2017.50:

“One mulatto boy named Adam, about 13. One negro boy named Henry about 8. Both of which I warrant to be sound in body and mind and slaves for life.”
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Anna Goynes was born in San Augustine County December 13, 1933, according to BVS File 102136.
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Barbara Rogers Goynes died May 16, 1988 according to San Augustine County death records.
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Betty Jo Goynes was born November 18, 1937 in San Augustine County, according to BVS File 1063645. She was married November 23, 1966 to William Raymond Chattman, according to Orange County Marriage Book 28, page 500.
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Bill Goynes died October 29, 1987 according to San Augustine County death records.
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Donna Lee Goynes, second child of Don Goynes and Mary Maygreline Harvey Goynes, was born at Cleveland, Texas January 12, 1936, according to San Augustine County Birth Book 15, page 425. Don Goynes, age 21, a farmer was born in White City, Texas. The mother was born at San Augustine, Texas.
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Velma Goynes was born July 26, 1916 in San Augustine County, according to BVS File 570008.
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Alfred Merl Goynes was born May 7, 1924 in San Augustine County, according to BVS File 32558.
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Bill Junior Goyns was born March 9, 1922 in San Augustine County according to BVS File 18036.

SAN JACINTO COUNTY, TEXAS

Kenneth Wayne Goines was born at Cleveland, Texas June 5, 1948. He enlisted in the U.S. Army and was discharged as a private first class November 20, 1969, showing his address as Box 123, New Caney, Texas, according to Montgomery County, Texas Discharge Book 9, page 263.
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Murl Goines was born May 6, 1930 in San Jacinto County, according to BVS File 1087051. Murl Goines and Ruth Goines received a warranty deed to Lot 17, Block 51, Bestridge Addition, No. 19, Ft. Worth, Texas from Acclaim Homes, Inc. for $12, 225 September 11, 1963, according to Tarrant County, Texas Deed Book 959, page 264.

SAN PATRICIO COUNTY, TEXAS

Alvin Clyde Goines was born October 30, 1952 in San Patricio County, according to BVS File 196466.
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Georgene Goines was born November 10, 1953 in San Patricio County according to BVS File 206459.
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Dennis Lovie Goins was born September 21, 1955 in San Patricio County, according to BVS File 167357.
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Jay B. Goins died June 27, 1946 in San Patricio County, Texas according to BVS File 28770.
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Larry Ray Goins was born July 25, 1949 in San Patricio County, according to BVS File 87854.
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Robert Earl Goins (27) married Bobby Pearl Davis (21) on December 3, 1966 according to San Patricio County marriage records.
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Ronald James Goins was born in San Patricio County October 26, 1957, according to BVS File 198834.
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Dora Myrtle Goynes died December 15, 1998 according to San Patricio County death records.
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Ellen Marie Goynes was born January 20, 1957 in San Patricio County, according to BVS File 32760.
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Joseph Patrick Goynes was born December 27, 1965 in San Patricio County, according to BVS File 207654.
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Lonnie Lee Goynes died May 13, 1950 in San Patricio County, according to BVS File 28770.
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SAN SABA COUNTY, TEXAS

Robert Goens and Mary Ann Dykes, both of San Saba County, Texas, were married September 6, 1859, according to San Saba County Marriage Book A, page 24 and Bond Book D, page B-5. Of Robert Goens and Mary Ann Dykes Goens and descendants nothing more is known.
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Isaac Gowin Hipp was married about 1902 to Dora Bell Smith who was born in 1886 to William Perry Smith and Margaret Elizabeth Hutchinson. William Perry Smith was born June 17, 1839 in Indiana and died June 14, 1922 at Locker, Texas in San Saba County. Margaret Elizabeth Hutchinson Smith was born February 15, 1845 and died at Locker August 16, 1926.

Children born to Isaac Gowin Hipp and Dora Bell Smith Hipp include:

Elizabeth Joy Hipp born in 1921

Elizabeth Joy Hipp, daughter of Isaac Gowin Hipp and Dora Bell Smith Hipp, was born in 1921. She was married about 1939 to Arnold S. Walker.

SCHLEICHER COUNTY, TEXAS

Glen Eddie Goins died September 29, 1994 according Schleicher County death records.

SCURRY COUNTY, TEXAS

Anita May Goins was born in Scurry County April 29, 1924, according to BVS File 26480.
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Raymond Edwin Goins was born January 28, 1956 in Scurry County, according to BVS File 14610.
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Steven Dwayne Goins was born December 4,1952 in Scurry County, according to BVS File 218997.
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Billy E. Gowin (24) married Barbara N. Scarborough, (24) on February 4, 1972 according to Scurry County marriage records.
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Annie Lee Guynes died February 13, 1966 according to Scurry County death records.

SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS

Edna Earl Goen, second child of William Matlock Goen and Ada Gregg Goen, was born at Albany, Texas October 23, 1887, according to Shackelford County Birth Book 5, page 339. Henry Hankins of Childress, attested to the birth on May 29, 1953.

Edna Earl Goen was married to Roy Wade at Childress in 1913, according to Childress County Marriage Book 4, page 79.

On June 2, 1950 Edna Earl Goen Wade “and others” proved her heirship as a child of William Matlock Goen and Ada Gregg Goen, according to Childress County deed records.
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William Matlock Goen was born in Tennessee in December 1864, according to his enumeration in the 1900 census. He was married about 1884 to Ada Gregg, the daughter of W. T. Gregg and Pricecille Huskey Gregg, who was born in Texas October 1, 1867.

William Matlock Goen was shown as a lumberman in Albany, Texas in 1887. William Matlock Goen, a sprigmaker for Dennis Manufacturing Company, and Ada Gregg Goen, lived 829 South 11th Street in Waco, Texas, according to 1896-97 city directory.

William Matlock Goen appeared as the head of a household in the 1880 census of Childress County, Texas, Enumeration District 12, page 1. The family was listed as:

“Goen, William M. 35, born in TN in December 1864
Ada 32, born in TX in October 1867
Juanita 14, born in TX in November 1885
Edna E. 12, born in Texas in October 1887”

In 1913 they lived at Childress, Texas.

William Matlock Goen, died March 2, 1932 in Dallas County, Texas according to BVS File 10715.

Ada Gregg Goen died May 6, 1932 at age 64 at Childress, Texas. She was buried there according to Childress County death records.

Children born to William Matlock Goen and Ada Gregg Goen include:

Juanita Goen born in November 1885
Edna Earl Goen born October 23, 1887
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Carrie M. Goins died March 15, 1989 according to Shackelford County death records.
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Mrs. Lillie Mae Goins was married to Amos Williams September 29, 1951 at Abilene, Texas, according to Shackelford County Marriage Book 6, page 33.
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William Carl Goins died November 3, 1984 according to Shackelford County death records.

James Goyne, who is listed in the 1880 census of Bosque County, Texas is possibly the J. D. Goyne above

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Amarillo Daily News.” The bride is the daughter of Ben Baca and Stella Baca of Amarillo.
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Bill T. Goines, carpenter and his wife A. Geneva Goines were living at 3511-B 12th Avenue in 1953.
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Lewis G. Goines and his wife, Ina Fay Goines “of Potter County” received a deed to Lot 4, Block 2, Eastridge Addition, Amarillo September 17, 1960, according to Potter County Deed Book 984, page 496. They sold the property July 10, 1964 to H. R. Powers for $9,250.
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128 Shelby Co, TX

SHELBY COUNTY, TEXAS

Hubert Lamar Going was born in Shelby County, January 2, 1926, according to Texas BVS File 773110.
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James A. Going was the father of an infant born in Shelby County August 31, 1917, according to BVS File 36655.
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Lenard Going was the father of an infant born September 2, 1933, according to BVS File 76426. He was also the father of an infant born February 13, 1937 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 121208.
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Travis P. Going was born March 4, 1918 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 15836.
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Alice Mae Goings was born in Shelby County March 1, 1911, according to BVS File 1208828.
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Billy J. Goings married Deborah J. Francher (18) on May 30, 1972 according to Shelby County marriage records.

Billy Johnnie Goings died September 05, 1983 according to Shelby County death records.
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Callie F. Goings died December 21, 1996 according to Shelby County death records.
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Clovis Gene Goings died December 24, 1996 according to Shelby County death records.
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Denver Parrish Goings died December 22, 1990 according to Shelby County death records.
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E. C. Goings was born in Shelby County December 28, 1926, according to BVS File 914521.

E. C. Goings was the father of an infant born March 30, 1933 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 24950. He was also the father of an infant born October 23, 1941, according to BVS File 136502.
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Gay Goings Strickland died September 26, 1981 according to Shelby County death records.
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George Goings died June 16, 1965 according to Shelby County death records.
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Glenda Ann Goings was born in Shelby County August 9, 1958, according to BVS File 171331.
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J. J. Goings was the father of an infant born December 6, 1933 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 106582.
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James J. Goings died May 19, 1977 according to Shelby County death records.

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Jane L. Goings died May 29, 1990 according to Shelby County death records.

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Jerrel Flint Goings died March 31, 1995 according to Shelby County death records.

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Jettie E. Goings died May 11, 1984 according to Shelby County death records.

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Johnnie Leo Goings died February 13, 1986 according to Shelby County death records.

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Johnny L. Goings (55) married Neda M. Adams (53) on August 18, 1975 according to Shelby County marriage records.

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Marie B. Goings died November 19, 1973 according to Shelby County death records.

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Neda M. Goings died January 23, 1977 according to Shelby County death records.

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Ricky L. Goings died November 07,1976 according to Shelby County death records.

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Thomas Frank Goings died August 14, 1968 according to Shelby County death records.

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Sarah Guynes died September 17, 1996 according to Shelby County death records.
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Sudie Guynes died January 08, 1967 according to Shelby County death records.

SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS

Bessie Goens was married to Bernice Staples May 29, 1915, according to Smith County Marriage Book 21, page 430.
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Charles Goens, a salesman at Wheelers, lived at 218 South Bois D’Arc Avenue, according to the 1937 city directory of Tyler.
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Ernest S. Goens was born about 1885, place and parents unknown.

On December 24, 1921, he was married at Calvert, Texas to Lena Blasienz, the daughter of Francis A. Blasienz and Amanda Jane Massengale Blasienz, according to Smith County Marriage Book 25, page 108. Lena Blasienz was born November 23, 1889 in Texas.

Ernest S. Goens, assistant county attorney for Smith County, and his wife, Lena Blasienz Goens, a school teacher at Douglas School, roomed at 316 west Erwin, according to the 1923 city directory of Tyler, Texas.

In 1925 Ernest S. Goens was listed as county attorney, and Lena Blasienz Goens was a teacher at the Tyler High School, still living at 316 West Erwin. Ernest S. Goens gave a deed to Mrs. James W. Goens September 1, 1926, according to Smith County Deed Book 183, page 64. They gave a deed to five acres to W. M. Boss for $800 September 22, 1926, according to Smith County Deed Book 183, page 99.

An infant was born to Ernest S. Goens and Lena Blasienz Goens and died May 20, 1928 in Smith County, according to BVS File 23123.

Ernest S. Goens “of Smith County, Texas” gave a mineral deed to W. A. Pounds and R. C. Ryarly April 10, 1930 to property in Van Zandt County, Texas, according to Van Zandt County Deed Book 205, pages 179, 180 and Deed Book 205, page 221. Consideration was $100 for one acre of land.

Ernest S. Goens continued as Smith County Attorney through 1930. He lived at 408 Bonner Avenue from 1927 until 1933.

On October 16, 1933 Ernest S. Goens received an oil and gas lease from Paul D. Smith on property in Wood County, Texas, according to Wood County Deed Book 137, page 44. He received an assignment from Ben D. Clower on Minerals in Wood County December 8, 1941, according to Wood County Deed Book 203, page 534.

In 1932 Ernest S. Goens was in private law practice under the firm name of Goens & Hutchins. From 1933 until 1935 he was with Pace & Goens, Attorneys. In 1936 the firm name was changed to Pace, Goens, & Park. In 1940 it was again Pace & Goens. In 1933 Ernest S. Goens and Lena Blasienz Goens moved to 512 West Front Street, Tyler, an address they maintained through 1947, the final entry carried for them in the city directory there.

He left an estate valued at $26,062.12, including a residence at 6006 Azalea Lane in Dallas, according to Dallas County Probate File No. 51096-C. Ernest S. Goens and Lena Blasienz Goens had no living children at the time of his death.

In January 1963, Lena Blasienz Goens lived at 7 Brooks Avenue, Eldorado, Texas. She died there February 28, 1972 of cancer, according to Sutton County Death Book 10, page 46. According to Mrs. Ernest C. Hill, a sister, she was buried in Little River Cemetery, Hearne, Texas.

The estate of Lena Goens at Sonora, who died February 28, 1972, valued at $15,000, was willed to Mrs. Ida Blasienz Hill according to Stonewall County Deed Book 250, page 243.

The estate of Lena Blasienz was administered by Ida Blasienz Hill, her sister of Eldorado, Texas, according to Smith County Deed Book 1468, page 758. Ida Blasienz Hill retained ownership of 85 acres of land in Smith County in 1973 that she inherited from her sister in October 1973.
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Goens Cummings died December 28, 1967 according to Smith County death records.
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James W. Goens was married June 5, 1940 to Mrs. Mary G. Shreves, according to Marriage Book 38, page 18. Mrs. Mary G. Shreves Goens is believed to be the subject below known as Mrs James W. Goens.

Mrs. James W. Goens received a deed from Ernest S. Goens September 21, 1926, according to Smith County Deed Book 183, page 64.

J. W. Goens and wife gave a deed to Campbell & Kay September 16, 1943, according to Smith County Deed Book 474, page 115.

J. W. Goens died May 12, 1944 in Smith County, according to BVS File 25014. Mrs. J. W. Goens died April 24, 1945, according to BVS File 18185.

J. W. Goens, Jr. gave a right-of-way deed to Smith County April 4, 1938 for a road from Lindale to Red Springs, Texas, according to Smith County Deed Book 371, page 215. J. W. Goens, Jr. received a deed from C. F. Miller May 31, 1945 to land located ¼ miles east of Lindale, according to Smith County Deed Book 510, page 120.
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John Goens was a deputy sheriff in Tyler, rooming at the Smith County Courthouse, according to the 1918 city directory of Tyler.
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John W. Goens died March 27, 1940 in Smith County, according to BVS File 11137.

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John W. Goens JR died April 29, 1974 according to Smith County death records.
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Marie O. Goens died May 24, 1972 according to Smith County death records.
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Martha Enid Goens died February 21, 1979 according to Smith County death records.
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Oren F. Goens was married to Miss Enid Bradshaw June 18, 1922 by Rev. R. E. Goens, minister, Methodist Episcopal Church, according to Smith County Marriage Book 25, page 251.
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Roland C. Goens was married to Miss Rena Bradshaw August 27, 1917, according to Smith County Marriage Book 22, page 485.

Roland C. Goens “of Smith County, Texas” gave an extension to C.W. Bradshaw on an obligation June 27, 1927, according to Smith County Deed Book 192, page 298. Roland C. Goens and his wife, Rena Bradshaw Goens, “of Harris County, Texas” gave a deed to a lot in Lindale, Texas in Dixie Gas & Fuel Company for $50 August 11, 1928, according to Smith County Deed Book 206, page 218.

Roland C. Goens gave an assignment to R. H. Weatherly December 19, 1931 on Lot 7 in a Montgomery County, Texas survey, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 135, page 401.

Roland C. Goens and Rena Bradshaw Goens of “Smith County” gave a deed to 10 acres of land located south of Lindale, Texas to Leon York June 10, 1944 for $1,000, according to Smith County Deed Book 489, page 312.

On October 17, 1945 Rena Bradshaw Goens and Roland C. Goens, “of Hopkins County, Texas” joined by Enid Bradshaw Goens and her husband, Oren F. Goens “of Pulaski County, Arkansas” gave a deed to her mother, Emma Bradshaw for three acres of land located ¼ mile west of Lindale, according to Smith County Deed Book 511, page 434.

It is believed that Roland C. Goens died about 1946. Rena Bradshaw Goens, “a widow of Wood County, Texas” received a warranty deed from C. O. Aaron May 17, 1947 to Lot 4, Block 36, Ham Addition, Mineola, Texas, according to Wood County Deed Book 306, page 56. On November 3, 1952 she sold the property to J. M. Purkett for $7,750, according to Wood County Deed Book 377, page 99.
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R. F. Goens, “a single man of Smith County” gave a deed to Wright Mallory to property at Lindale for $2,700 December 17, 1945, according to Smith County Deed Book 520, page 35.
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Barry M. Goines (25) married Barbara A. Long (23) on April 15, 1978 according to Smith County marriage records.

Barry Goines, a Department of Public Safety Trooper stationed at Tyler, was mentioned as the investigator of a traffic accident that occurred in Tyler March 19, 1996. Trooper “Barry Goins” continued at Tyler in 2001.

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Tress M. Goings died April 12, 1996 according to Smith County death records.
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Mrs. Belle Loftin Goins was sued by McMullen & Company of Tarrant County, Texas February 10, 1931, according to Smith County Deed Book 245, page 7. She was later married to M. B. Self and subsequently was a widow, according to an affidavit by George Widener dated February 10, 1931.
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Carol Goins was married to Charles H. Walker in 1954, according to Smith County Marriage Book 50, page 7.
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Clyde O’Neal Goins, a mechanic at Goforth Auto Repair, and his wife, Beulah Goins, roomed at 618 E. Erwin, Tyler, according to the 1923 city directory. He was the father of a child born Sepember 12, 1931 in Nacogdoches County, Texas, according to BVS File 113499. Clyde O’Neal Goins died June 28, 1951 in Angelina County, Texas, according to BVS File 55124.
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Miss Margia Goins was married to Joe S. McKnight May 3, 1938, according to Smith County Marriage Book 36, page 296.
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Oda Goins [also rendered as Gowens] was a student at Tyler Commercial College in 1925, rooming at 533 West Elm, according to the Tyler city directory.
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A. J. Gowan, a mechanic for AAMCO transmission, and his wife, Ann D. Gowan, lived at 2931 Chandler Highway in 1973, according to the Tyler City directory.
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Annie Ruth Gowan was married to Marshall Pell January 1, 1949, according to Smith County Marriage Book, page 125.
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Donnie Gowan, the widow of Charles Gowan, lived at 1114 North Confederate Avenue from 1960 to 1963, according to the Tyler city directory.
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James R. Gowan died March 4, 1978 in Smith County, according to Smith County death records.
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Laura Virginia Gowan died February 9, 1919 in Smith County, according to BVS File 8168.
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Vertis Gowan was married to Irma Dell Birtcher in 1969, according to Smith County Marriage book 64, page 148. Children born to Vertis Gowan and Irma Dell Birtcher Gowan are unknown.
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An infant, the eighth child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born June 21, 1934 in Smith County, according to BVS File 47360. The infant died the same day.
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Ara Gowans [female], believed to be a negro, was married to Nathaniel Simpson Aprill 11, 1942, according to Smith County Marriage Book 34, page 339.
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Bennie Charles Gowans, a twin and sixth child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born June 2, 1933 in Smith County, according to BVS Files. In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian. In 1964 he lived in Cook County, Illinois.

Beverly Ann Gowans, daughter of Tobie Percy Gowans, Jr. and Opal Washington Gowans, was born April 5, 1945, according to Dallas County Birth Book 52, page 500. Norvel Turner, the informant, lived at 3107 Alberta, Dallas, Texas October 28, 1947.
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Dewey Gowans was married to Maggie Brown February 18, 1932, according to Smith County Marriage Book 31, page 343.

Dewey Gowans, believed to be a negro, was remarried November 27, 1936 to Nellie Wilson, according to Smith County Marriage Book 35, page 231. Of Dewey Gowans and Nellie Wilson Gowans nothing more is known.
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J. C. Gowans, third child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born in 1927. He was a twin. In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian. In 1964 he lived in Cook County, Illinois.

J. C. Gowans, a twin and fourth child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born in 1927. In 1937 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston who was appointed his guardian. In 1964 L. C. Gowans lived in Dallas, Texas, according to Smith County Deed Book 1136, page 206.
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Luther B. Gowans, assumed to be the first child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born in 1919. In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston in Tyler. In 1964 he lived in Cook County, Illinois, according to Smith County Deed Book 1136, page 206. He joined his brothers at that time to convey Lots 10 & 11, Block 346, Bellwood Heights, Tyler to James R. Pierce.
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“Nellie Gowans,” negress, believed to be Nellie Gowen, lived at 1402 West Paul from 1938 to 1950, according to the Tyler city directory. She was a maid employed at the Blackstone Hotel. Nellie Gowans, “feme sole” received a deed August 17, 1949 to Lot 3, Block 13, College Heights Addition, Tyler, according to Smith County Deed Book 625, page 544. From 1950 through 1973 Nellie Gowans lived at 2120 North Gaston Avenue, Tyler, and was employed as a maid at Alamo Plaza, a cook and seamstress. She retired in 1956.
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Tobie Percy Gowans, negro, and his wife, Thibee Preston Gowans, were listed in the 1930 city directory of Tyler as a yardman living at 1704 North Ross Avenue. In 1932 and 1933 they lived at 1808 North Ross, according to the directory.

Thibee Preston Gowans was injured in a public transit vehicle accident in 1937 and died November 14, 1937, according to BVS File 57199. Tobie Percy Gowans filed suit against Tyler Transit Company and received a $1,750 settlement, according to Smith County Probate File 5830.

Apparently Tobie Percy Gowans died in 1938. M. B. Preston, his father-in-law was appointed guardian of the children.

Children born to Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans include:

Luther B. Gowans born in 1919
J. C. Gowans born in 1927, twin
L. C. Gowans born in 1927, twin
Tobe Percy Gowans, Jr. born in 1920
Willie Frank Gowans born March 19, 1932
Bennie Charles Gowans born June 2, 1933
Wilford Robert Gowans born November 19, 1935
[Infant] born & died June 21, 1934
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Tobie Percy Gowans, Jr., son of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans was born in 1920, according to his father’s probate records. His military discharge record shows that he was born in 1922 at Palmer, Texas. In 1938 he lived in Tyler with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian. He was married about 1944 according to Opal Washington, who was born in Ferris, Texas in 1921. In 1945 she was listed as a domestic in the Dallas, Texas city directory.

In 1964 Tobie Percy Gowans, Jr. Opal Washington Gowans lived in Cook County, Illinois. Children born to them include:

Beverly Ann Gowans born April 5, 1945

Wilford Robert Gowans, seventh child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born November 19, 1935 in Tyler, according to BVS File1298225.

In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian. In 1953 he lived with his grandmother, Mrs. T. V. Preston, who was appointed his guardian. In 1964 Wilford Robert Gowans lived in Cook County, Illinois.

Willie Frank Gowans, fifth child of Tobie Percy Gowans, was born March 19, 1932 in Tyler, Texas according to BVS Files. In 1938 he lived with his grandfather M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian. In 1950 Willie Frank Gowans, a dishwasher for Manning’s Grill was listed in the city directory of Tyler living at 1704 North Ross, previously the home of his parents. Willie Frank Gowans contracted with East Texas Photo Copy March 31, 1950 to be their janitor for $40 per week, according to Smith County Deed Book 643, page 545.

Willie Frank Gowans was married to Gladys Lorene Ford October 29, 1951, according to Smith County Marriage Book 48, page 33. In 1953 Mrs. T. V. Preston, his grandmother, was appointed his guardian, according to Smith County Probate File 9485. In 1964 Willie Frank Gowans lived in Dallas, Texas.
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David B. Gowen (27) married Judit W. Vargas (29) on February 23, 1991 according to Smith County marriage records.
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Larry L. Gowen (32) married Mary A. Merrell (23) on February 13, 1982 according to Smith County marriage records.
Marle S. Gowen was married to Jane Elaine Cole in 1976, according to Smith County Marriage Book 74, page 799. Of Marle S. Gowen and Jane Elaine Cole Gowen nothing more is known.
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Robert Jack Gowen, a carpenter, and his wife, Jo Gowen, lived at 711 East Queen from 1934 to 1937, according to the Tyler city directory. In the 1936-37 edition he was described as a roofer. This individual may be Rufus James Gowan who was also a roofer and whose wife was named Josie Gowan.

Golda Gowen, possibly their child, was also living at 711 East Queen in the 1934-35 edition of the Tyler city directory.
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Lymuel C. Gowen (18) married Sharon D. Britton (19) on August 9, 1980 according to Smith County marriage records.

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Stella M. Gowen was married to Thomas P. Ross February 18, 1896, according to Smith County Marriage Book 13, page 21.
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Stephen Gowen, negro, was born in Tennessee in January 1858. He was listed as a laborer in the 1893 city directory of Tyler, Texas living at 513 Albertson Street.

He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Smith County, Enumeration District 98, page 14, precinct 1, living in Tyler. The household was rendered as:

“Gowen, Stephen 42, born in TN in January
1858
Emma 38, born in TN May 1862
Eldridge 20, born in TX July 1879
Dee G. 15, born in TX October 1884
Willie G. 14, born in TX February
1886
Cora 11, born in TX April 1889
Nellie B. 5, born in TX June 1894
Bertie B 3, born in TX July 1896
Nathaniel 1, born in TX September
1898”
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Dekabon Gowens, an employee of Mother Frances Hospital in 1958, lived at 1819 Confederate, according to the Tyler city directory.
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Flois Gowens was the parent of an infant born in Smith County August 18, 1927, according to BVS File 56516.
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Bobbye Lee Gowin died April 15, 1979 according to Smith County death records.
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Robert Edward Gowin died April 18, 1979 according Smith County death records.
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Miss S. E. Gowins was married August 7, 1880 to J. J. Cawroe, according to Smith County Marriage Book 38, page 435.
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Of W. A. Gowins and Oreta Ayer Gowins nothing more is known.
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Carroll Heard Goyne was born in 1898 probably in Louisiana.
He enlisted July 15, 1917 in the U. S. Army at Camp Nichols, Louisiana. He served in the Aisne Defensive in June 1918 in the Battle of Chateau Thierry during June and July 1918 and later in the Army of Occupation. During this action he received a shrapnel wound in his right shoulder. He returned from overseas August 23, 1919 and was discharged at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, according to Smith County Discharge Book 1, page 183. He served in Company E, Thirtieth U. S. Infantry Regiment. He was single and a corporal when discharged.

Carroll Heard Goyne and his wife Eunice Goyne, appeared in the city directory of Shreveport, Louisiana from 1930 through 1941. During all that period he was a driver-salesman for Excelsior Steam Laundry. In 1930 and 1931 they lived at 1116 Busbey. In 1932 they lived at 1506 Sycamore. From 1933 until 1937 they lived at 627 Spring Hill Avenue with two children, according to the Shreveport city directory. In 1939 and 1940 they were listed at 111 Carrolton.

Children born to Carroll Heard Goyne and Eunice Goyne include:

Carroll Heard Goyne, Jr. born about 1923

Carroll Heard Goyne, Jr., son of Carroll Heard Goyne and Eunice Goyne, was born about 1923. In 1941 he was listed as a student living at 450 Dalzell, according to the Shreveport, Louisiana city directory.
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Marshall Lee Goyne, believed to be a brother of Carroll Heard Goyne, and his wife Eunice Goyne, appeared in the city directory of Shreveport, Louisiana from 1930 through 1941. In 1931 he was a driver and lived at 1116 Busbey, the address of Carroll Heard Goyne. In 1932 he was listed as a salesman for Ideal Laundry and with that company until 1936. In 1934 he lived at 3209 Kentucky, and from 1935 to 1939 at 6402 Lexington. In 1936 his wife’s name was listed as Grace Goyne. In 1939 he was listed at 3806 Maryland, in 1940 at 1912 Creswell and in 1941 at 3821 Richmond Avenue. Two children were listed in the household in 1941 when Marshall Lee Goyne was working for Excelsior Steam Laundry.

In 1972 Marshall Lee Goyne was listed as a taxpayer in Caddo County, Louisiana living at 1856 Ridgecrest Drive.
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Dixie Goynes died January 30, 1976 according to Smith County death records.
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Earl Goynes, student, lived at 2404 North Grand Avenue in 1954, according to the Tyler city directory.
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Mary Nyla Goynes died July 01, 1980 according to Smith Cout
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Sherwin Wallace Goynes was born in Smith County September 13, 1950, according to BVS File 138153.
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Carl Franklin Guynes died November 25, 1996 according to Smith County death records.
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Ethel Guynes Butler died January 15, 1993 according to Smith County death records.

SOMERVELL COUNTY, TEXAS
Randy J. Goins (19) married Cheryl M. Ashbrook (18) on July 3, 1970 according to Somervell County marriage records.

STARR COUNTY, TEXAS

Christine Goines was born in Starr County October 6, 1957, according to BVS File 199193.
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Donald Lee Goines was born in Starr County, May 9, 1956 according to BVS File 88930.
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James William Goines was born in Starr County January 21, 1955, according to BVS File 14076.
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Teresa de Jesus Goines was born in Starr County, November 4, 1947, according to BVS File 226364.
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Mike T. Goynes died February 02, 1966 according to Starr County death records.

STEPHENS COUNTY, TEXAS

Lizzie Going was married to Houston Mays December 31, 1920, according to Stephens County Marriage Book 5, page 13.
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Howard Robert Goins was born in Breckenridge, Texas July 8, 1923, according to BVS File 42429. He enlisted February 26, 1943 in the U. S. Army at Abilene, Texas. Howard Robert Goins, white, married, age 20, served as a private in Company A, First Infantry Regiment. He went overseas in September 5, 1944 and returned July 15, 1945 after seeing action in Northern France, the Rhineland and Central Europe. He was discharged November 16, 1945 and showed his residence at that time as 916 Wackwell Road, Ranger, Texas, according to Eastland County Discharge Book 4, page 233. His civilian employment was shown as tire rebuilder.

He was married to Mary Louise Truly in Eastland County in 1944, according to Eastland County Marriage Book 17, page 86. He was remarried to Genelle Cook in 1945, who was born at Ranger, Texas in 1928, according to Eastland County Marriage Book 17, page 217. In 1946, he was listed as a mechanic living at Ranger, Texas.

Children Born to Howard Robert Goins and Genelle Cook Goins include:

Howard David Goins born June 18, 1946

Howard David Goins, first child of Howard Robert Goins and Genelle Cook Goins, was born at Ranger, Texas June 18, 1946, according to Eastland County Birth Book 26, page 20313. He was married to Linda Mae Johns at Andrews Texas, September 5, 1964, according to Andrews County Marriage Book 3, page 48.
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John H, Goins was married to Miss Clara Mae Stewart September 12, 1922, according to Stephens County Marriage Book 5, page 311.
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Paul D. Goins Sr. (66) married Mary Bush (63) March 12, 1984 according to Stephens County marriage records.

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Ben Gowen was married to Mrs. Ruth Gowen August 29, 1927 according to Stephens County Marriage Book 8, page 103.
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Lou Ella Gowen was born September 11, 1922 in Stephens County, Texas, according to Texas BVS.
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Susan Elaine Gowens was born July 7, 1953 in Stephens County, according to BVS File 122070.

STONEWALL COUNTY, TEXAS

Ernest C. Goens received a royalty deed from R. H. Venable April 10, 1951 according to Stonewall County Deed Book 111, page 315.
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R. T. Gowan married Miss Louise Malone July 7, 1937. Children born to R. T. Gowan and Louise Malone Gowan are unknown.
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Anita Roab Gowen and Charles R. Gowen received a mineral deed from Charles Turner November 24, 1950 for $1,000 on BBBBC Railroad Company land according to Stonewall County Deed Book 105, page 481.

Charles R. Gowen and wife gave an oil, gas & mineral lease to V. H. Willis February 14, 1967 according to Stonewall County Lease Book 219, page 84.

SUTTON COUNTY, TEXAS

Lena B. Goens died February 28, 1972 according to Sutton County death records.
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Blackstone W. Gowens died July 02, 1973 according to Sutton County death records.

SWISHER COUNTY, TEXAS

Rayburne W. Goen, who was born August 18, 1914, was a Freshman at Texas Technological College in September 1932. He listed his home address as Rayburne W. Goen, Box 231, Happy, Texas.