Tennessee – Hardeman County

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms111.htm

HARDEMAN COUNTY, TENNESSEE

The 1850 and 1860 census returns of Hardeman County contained no Gowens [or spelling variations].
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J. A. Goings, who was born December 27, 1872 and died March 17, 1925, was buried in New Hope Church of Christ Cemetery, in Hardeman County.
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Hester Gowan, who was born in 1904, died April 1, 1929 at age 25 was buried in Union Cemetery located on East McNeal Street in Bolivar, Tennessee.
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Luther Gowan who was born October 22, 1878 and died July 9, 1966 was buried in Grand Junction Cemetery, Grand Junction, Tennessee. His wife, Blanche S. Gowan, who was born February 16, 1881, died April 6, 1964, is buried beside him.
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Jessie May Underhill, daughter of E. R. Underhill and Judy Ann Taylor, was born August 1, 1890 in Hamilton County, according to Linda Sharp. Later her family removed to Hardin County, Tennessee and lived near Pittsburg Landing. She was mentioned in the legal records of her father dated there in January 1925. It is believed that she was married about 1908, husband’s name Goins. Of Jessie May Underhill Goins nothing more is known.

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