Texas – Hale County

From Gowen Manuscript:  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/Gowenms122.htm


Brenda Ellen Goen was born November 20, 1964, in Hale County, according to BVS files.
Claude Denzel Goen died July 27, 1935 in Hale County, according to BVS File 33314.
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.
Oleta Janice Goen was born February 5, 1938 in Hale County, according to BVS File 13834.
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.
Randy D. Goen (26) married Kristy L. Leech (23) on February 1, 1992 according to Hale County marriage records.
Wanda Janelle Goen was born in Hale County, June 11, 1940, according to BVS File 46773.
Glessie Goins died August 30, 1992 according to Hale County death records.
James Gordon Gowin died March 04, 1988 according to Hale County death records.
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

Jerry William Goyne died February 08, 1992 according to Hale County death records.
Velma Ailene Goyne died September 30, 1991 according to Hale County death records.
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.”


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