Tennessee – Marion County

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms112.htm


Daniel Goin was enumerated as the head of Household No. 444-444, Seventh Civil District in the 1850 census of Marion County. The family was enumerated as:

“Goin, Daniel 53, born in NC, farmer, illiterate
Charlotte 40, born in TN
Daniel 18, born in Tennessee, farmer
Malinda 14, born in TN
Lucinda 11, born in Tennessee
John 8, born in TN
Martha 5, born in TN
Charlotte 3, born in TN
Goin, Elizabeth 30, born in TN
Daniel 5, born in TN
Nancy 2, born in TN”
Andrew J. Going was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Marion County, Enumeration District 96, page 14, Civil District 12:

“Going, Andrew J. 48, born in December 1851 in TN
Millie R. 46, born in March 1854 in TN”
Mrs. Essie Ware Goins died November 24, 1985 at South Pittsburg, Tennessee. She was born in 1901 in Alabama to Joseph Ware and Ellen Landers Quarles Ware. Ellen Landers Quarles was the daughter of Francis Quarles and Delia Summey. Essie Ware was married to Lee Goins about 1919.
Maude Goins, aunt of John Lee Bray II, recorded the following birth records in her bible. They were submitted October 24, 2000 by Linda Bray York who reported that her father was married to Laura Goins, daughter of Madge Irwin Goins. She also mentioned that Rhoda Caroline Goins, daughter of John Goins [below] of Marion County, was married to Joseph Eaton Beaty. Many of this family were buried in Rankin’s Cove Cemetery in Jasper, Tennessee.

Bible entries were:

John Goins born June 5, 1865
Thomas Goins born August 25, 1869
Mary Goins born February 24, 1871
Susan Goins born July 17, 1876
Martha June Goins born December 1, 1879
died December 7, 1881
Nancy Goins born June 29, 1881
Eliza Goins born January 7, 1873
Shirley Goins born February 10, 1876
William Albert Goins born March 14, 1878
James Goins born January 25, 1878

William Goins was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1830 census of Marion County. His household was recorded as:

“Goins, William white male 30-40
white female 30-40
white female 10-15
white male 5-10
white female 5-10
white male 0-5
white male 0-5
white male 0-5”
Three young men, apparently brothers, composed Household 41-41, 4th Civil District in Marion County, Tennessee in the 1870 census. The enumeration taken on August 8, 1870, page 6, showed Jasper, Tennessee as the post office address of:

“Gowen, Alexander 20, farm laborer, born in TN
David 18, farm laborer, born in TN,
George W. 16, farm laborer, born in TN


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