Texas – Liberty County, Limestone County, and Live Oak County

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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.
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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, 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.
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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 Leo Goynes was born September 12, 1937 in Live Oak County, according to BVS File 76978.
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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.

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