Tennessee – Weakley County

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms116.htm


John H. Goen was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Weakley County, Enumeration District 133, page 7, 21st Civil District:

“Gown, John H. 69, born in July 1832 in TN
Hettie A. 38, born in November 1861 in TN,
Ethel 5, born in August 1894 in TN,

“Mrs. Goen has just had a nice cottage completed south of Hall Moody Institute,” according to the March 20, 1903 edition of the “Dresden Enterprise.”

“Mrs. Goen and Miss Cox were joined in their millinery busi-ness by Mrs. Moss,” according to the March 13, 1904 edition of the “Dresden Enterprise.”
D. D. Goins was enumerated as the head of Household 73-846 in the 1850 census of Weakley County:

“Goins, D. D. 25, born in Tennessee
Louisa 24, born in South Carolina
William 5,
Caroline 3,
Martha 1”
Martha Gowan was married to G. Cambrul [Campbell?] Februry 19, 1852, according to “Weakley County, Tennessee Marriages, 1843-1863.”
Amanda Gowen was born about 1855 in Tennessee of parents unknown. She was enumerated in the 1870 census of Weakley County, Civil District 2, June 17, 1870 living in the home of J. M. Taylor, Household No. 51:

“Taylor, J. M. 37, white, farmer, no real estate, 4500 personal property, born in TN
Sophronia 35, white, keeps house, born TN
James R. 14, white, born in TN
Judah 11, white, female, born in TN
Columbus F. 7, white, female, born in TN
John L. 4, white male, born in TN
Adelade 2, white, female, born in TN
Gowen, Amanda 15, white, female, born in TN.”


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