Descendants of William Going b 1761
 

 

Descendants of William Going

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.       WILLIAM1 GOING was born 13 Sep 1761 in Rockingham County, Virginia

 (Source: National Archives, Footnote.com, Revolutionary War Pension Application, M804, Pesnion # W.7,546, Pages 18 and 19., Page 18 shows photo of Hymns and Spiritual Songs in Three Books by I. Watts, D.D. and page 19 list the names Woodson was born 2 Nov 1803, Morgan was born July 17,  1805, and William Going was born 13 of September 1761.),

 

and died 28 May 1849 in prob. Surry County, North Carolina

 (Source: National Archives, Footnote.com, William Going, M804, W.7,546, Page 14 of Revolutionary War Pension Application, State of Virginia  Patrick County: to wit  This day personally appeared before the subscriber a Justice of the peace in and for the county and state aforesaid Argelon Lewis of lawful age and a credible witness and made oath in due form of law that he is well acquainted with Mary Going the above applicant for a pension. That she is the identical widow of William Going deceased who was a pensioner of the United States that the said William Going died on the 28th day of May 1849.  Argelon Lewis  Sworn to and subscribed 20th day of May 1853 before me: George W. Claud, J.P.).

 

 He married MARY Bet. 1797 - 1798 in Patrick County, Virginia (Source: National Archives, Footnote.com, Revolutionary War Pension Application, Pension #W.7,546  page 17., "she further declares that she was married to the said William Going in the year 1797 or 8, to the best of her recoltion? in the county of Patrick and state of Virginia, by John Nunn a minister of the gospell.").  She was born Abt. 1775 in Virginia, and died in prob. Patrick County, Virginia.

 

Notes for WILLIAM GOING:

National Archives M804 Roll #1087

Pension Application of William and Mary Going: W7546

Transcribed and annotated by C. Leon Harris

State of North Carolina} County Court

Surry County } February Term AD 1834

At a court of pleas and quarter sessions began and held for the county of Surry and State aforesaid on the 12th February 1834 personally appeared in Open Court before the Justices of said court, the same being a court of Record, William Going of the county and state aforesaid, aged 72 years who being duly sworn, doth on his oath make the following Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of and act of Congress passed June the 7th AD 1832 That he served under the following named officers and in the manner herein after stated. To wit,

That he was born on the 13th day of September AD 1861 [sic] in Rockingham County Virginia and moved when young into that part of Henry County, now Patrick, where he continued to reside until about ten years ago when he moved in the county of Surry N.C. where he now resides  that in the winter of 1781 or the latter part of 1780 he volunteered and was marched a private volunteer under the command of Capt Saml. Shaws from Henry County (now Patrick) Va. south and joined the troops under the command of General Greene in N.C. Guilford County near a ford on Haw River called the High Rock in the month of March 1781 shortly after the engagement at Guilford Courthouse  that he was marched south across the Yadkin into the state of South Carolina down to Camden  that his term of service expired a day or two before he arrived at Camden when his Captain talked of returning to Va., but being told by his higher officers that he and his men had better have remained at home and planted their corn, and by the said officers being requested and encouraged to continue with the troops until they should arrive at Camden his Capt. (Shaw) marched his men on and assisted in giving the American troops possession of Camden. Whence he was marched home and dismissed, but received no written discharge that he had been on service in this tour three months

That shortly after his return home this affiant further states he was drafted and marched under the command of Captain Jonathan Hamby and Major John Ward, (whom he met at Salisbury) south thro the state of N.C. into S.C. crossing the Dan, the Yadkin, the Cataba [sic: Catawba], the Broad, the Tiger [sic: Tyger], the Enoree, & the Saluda River and joined the troops under General Greene engaged in the Siege of Ninety Six that he continued to assist the troops in the siege until the British were reinforced with troops sent up from Charleston under Lord Rawdon as he believes, when the Americans were repulsed and forced to abandon the siege and retreat in which several skirmishes took place the British pursuing until the Americans crossed Broad River that he thinks he recollects seeing at Ninety Six Col. Lee & Col. Washington of the Cavalry that he was discharged by Capt. Hamby near Broad River by word and returned home which was in the Fall of the year after serving three months  served in this tour as a private. And this Affiant further states some time before his first tour into South Carolina he served as a private volunteer under one Captain Shelton [sic: probably Eliphaz Shelton in 1778] after the Tories and was marched over into N.C. Surry County & scoured the country commencing on the headwaters of the Ararat, and marched thence to Fish River, Wards Gap, the Flower Gap and home, that owing to old age and consequent loss of memory he cannot recollect the month or year when he performed this tour but knows that it was in the fall of the year  that in performing the tour he remained stationed for some time at several points and that he must have been on this tour out on service more that one month  that owing to his old age and loss of memory as aforesaid he cannot stat the precise length of his service [page torn] states from the best of his recollection that he must have served as a private not less than six months for which he claims a pension that he has no documentary evidence of his service that owing to his removal, death & other removals he knows of no persons living who can testify from personal knowledge to his services but Manuel Hill of Stokes County and Joel Blancit of Patrick County Virginia whose certificates accompany this Declaration that there lives near him no clergyman to whom he is known and whose certificate he can procure as to his character for truth and his belief as to his Revolutionary services  that he is known to Stephen Shilton Sen & Stephen Shilton Junior who will testify to his character for truth and their belief as to his being a soldier of the Revolution  that he has a record of his age in his Bible which was given him by his father that he hereby relinquishes every claim to a pension or annuity whatever except the present and declares that his name is not on the Pension Roll of the Agency of any state.

Subscribed & sworn to in Open Court this 12th day of February 1834 [signed] William Going

NOTES: Going was apparently a participant in the Battle of Hobkirks Hill in Camden SC on 25 April 1781. Although technically a defeat for the Americans, the British under Lord Rawdon soon abandoned Camden and withdrew to Charleston. The Siege of Ninety-Six SC lasted from 22 May till 19 June 1781. Lt. Col. Henry Light Horse HarryLee participated in the siege, but Going was probably incorrect in thinking he saw Lt. Col. William Washington there. He may have seen Washington at the Battle of Hobkirks Hill, however.

Declaration

In order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 29th July 1848

State of Virginia}

Patrick County} To wit

On this 23rd day of May, 1853, personally appeared before the subscriber a Justice of the peace in and for the county aforesaid, Mary Going a resident of the state of Virginia in the county of Patrick, aged, 78 years, who, being duly sworn, according to law, doth on her oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the provisions made by the act of Congress passed July 29th 1848 That she is the identical widow of William Going deceased who was a private in the war of the Revolution, and late a Pensioner of the United States at the rate of twelve dollars per annum, placed on the agency of North Carolina, as will fully appear by reference to the Pension certificate herewith filed

She further declares that she was married to the said William Going in the year 1797 or 8, to the best of her recoltion in the county of Patrick and State of Virginia, by John Nunn a minister of the gospell, That she was not married to him prior to his leaving the service, but the marriage took place previous to the second day of January one thousand eight hundred viz. at the time above stated. She further swears that she is now a widow and that she has never before made any application for a Pension. Mary herXmark Going

State of Virginia}

County of Patrick}

On this 14th day of April AD one thousand eight hundred and fifty five personally appeared before me James Soyers a Justice of the peace duly authorized to commission oaths within and for the County and State aforesaid Mary Going aged 80 years a resident of the County of Patrick in the State of Virginia who being duly sworn according to law declares that she is the widow of William Going Decd who was a private in the revolutionary war, and she is inscribed on the pension list at the rate of twenty dollars per annum commencing on the 3d day of February 1853 and continuing for life unless she should again marry, in which case the pension is not payable after the time of such marriage. She refers to her declaration for evidence of her husbands services and of this marriage and of his death. She further declares that she is still a widow. She makes this Declaration for the purpose of obtaining the Bounty Land to which she may be entitled under the act approved March 3d 1855 granting Bounty Land to revolutionary soldiers or their widows or minor children. She also declares that she has never applied for nor received under this or any other act of Congress any Bounty Land warrant.

Mary herXmark Going

NOTE: The file includes a faded page apparently from a family register:

[first name possibly William] GoinΠBorn theΠ1803

[first name illegible] GoinΠBorn July 17 1805

William going wasΠthe 13 of September 1761"

 

More About WILLIAM GOING:

Census: 1840, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: 1840 Census, Surry County, North Carolina, Page 24, Family 275, Going, William (free colored)  1m 55-100  1f 55-100  *states he was 78 and drawing pension for revolution war for military service.)

 

Military service: Feb 1834, Revolutionary War Pension Application, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: North Carolina Archives, Raleigh, NC, M804 Roll # 1087, For his military service he received Bounty Land War-rant No. 26870-160-55.   .)

 

Property: Bet. 1798 - 1799, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume XXVII, #4, Nov. 1, 1989, Patrick County Land Patent Book 24, pages 1-400, Goins, William 1798-1799, 268 acres on Little Dan, from Thomas Hudson.)

 

More About WILLIAM GOING and MARY:

Marriage: Bet. 1797 - 1798, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: National Archives, Footnote.com, Revolutionary War Pension Application, Pension #W.7,546  page 17., "she further declares that she was married to the said William Going in the year 1797 or 8, to the best of her recoltion? in the county of Patrick and state of Virginia, by John Nunn a minister of the gospell.")

       

Children of WILLIAM GOING and MARY are:

                   i.    UNKNOWN2 GOING.

                  ii.    UNKNOWN GOING.

                 iii.    MOURNING GOING, b. Abt. 1798, Patrick County, Virginia; d. Infant.

2.              iv.    RACHAEL GOING, b. Abt. 1800, Patrick County, Virginia; d. Mar 1870, Westfield, Surry County, North Carolina.

3.               v.    WOODSON GOING, b. 02 Nov 1803, Patrick County, Virginia; d. Bet. 1860 - 1870, Surry County, North Carolina.

4.              vi.    MORGAN GOING, b. 17 Jul 1805, Patrick County, Virginia.

5.             vii.    GEORGE W. GOING, b. Abt. 1810, Patrick County, Virginia.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  RACHAEL2 GOING (WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1800 in Patrick County, Virginia, and died Mar 1870 in Westfield, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Carol Snow, 1870 Surry County, North Carolina Population Schedule, Page 167, Family 73, Gowen, Rachel, age 70, female, white, born in Virginia, Died March, 1870. Occupation: keeping house. Cause of death: Dropsy of body.).  She married REEKERSON GOING Abt. 1830, son of BENJAMIN GOING and ELIZABETH STEVINS.  He was born Bet. 1800 - 1810 in North Carolina.

 

Notes for REEKERSON GOING:

aka..Rich &  Richard

 

More About REEKERSON GOING:

Census: 1850, South District, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: US GenWeb Archives by Barb Reininger, 1850 Census Patrick County, Virginia, Page 50, Family 640, Going, Reekerson, Blacksmith, 40 NC  Going, Rachel 48 VA  Going, Henry, Laborer 17 VA  Going, James 15 VA  Going, George 13 VA  Going, Morgan S. 9 VA  Going, Susannah 8 VA.)

 

More About REEKERSON GOING and RACHAEL GOING:

Marriage: Abt. 1830

       

Children of RACHAEL GOING and REEKERSON GOING are:

                   i.    HENRY3 GOING, b. Abt. 1832, Virginia.

                  ii.    JAMES GOING, b. Abt. 1834, Virginia.

                 iii.    GEORGE M. GOING, b. Abt. 1837, Virginia; d. 27 Jul 1864, Richmond, Virginia.

 

More About GEORGE M. GOING:

Military service: 27 Mar 1862, Flat Shoal, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Hester B. Jackson, Surry County Soldiers in the Civil War, Page 73, Goins, George M., CO. E 53 Regiment, NC.  George M. Goins was born in Surry in 1837 to Rich and Rachel Goins, tenant farmers, of the Cooks Mill District.  He volunteered 27 March 1862 at Flat Shoal and was mustered in 30 Apr 1862 when he was 25. He was from Tom's Creek in Surry. He died in a Richmond hospital 27 July 1864.)

 

                 iv.    MORGAN S. GOING, b. Abt. 1841, Patrick County, Virginia; m. (1) F. BOWMAN, 15 Mar 1879, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, Page 69, 15 Mar 1879, Going, M.S.,age 35, b. Patrick County, VA., son of R. and R. Going, to Bowman, F., age 22, b. Patrick County, VA, daughter of J. & B. Bowman. Min. S.D. Williams.); b. Abt. 1857, Patrick County, Virginia; m. (2) SUSAN BELTON ELLIOTT, 14 Jan 1891, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, Page 69, 14 Jan 1891, Going, Morgan S. (divorced), 47, born Patrick County, Virginia,  son of Rachel Going married Elliott, Susan (widowed), 31, born Patrick County, Virginia, daughter of T. & Mary Belton. Min. D.J. Traynham.); b. Abt. 1860, Patrick County, Virginia.

 

More About MORGAN S. GOING:

Military service: 05 Apr 1862, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Hester B. Jackson, Surry County Soldiers in the Civil War, Page 73, Goins, Morgan, PVT, CO. E, 53 Regiment NC.  Morgan Goins was born in Patrick County, Virginia in 1842 to Richard and Rachel Goins who were living at Cook's Mill in 1860.  He enrolled for service 5 Apr 1862 when he was 20 and was 5' 7-1/2" tall.  He was mustered in 30 Apr 1862 at Camp Mangum, Raleigh. He left 25 June 1863 and took the Oath of Allegiance to the U.S., March or April 1864.)

 

More About MORGAN GOING and F. BOWMAN:

Marriage: 15 Mar 1879, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, Page 69, 15 Mar 1879, Going, M.S.,age 35, b. Patrick County, VA., son of R. and R. Going, to Bowman, F., age 22, b. Patrick County, VA, daughter of J. & B. Bowman. Min. S.D. Williams.)

 

More About MORGAN GOING and SUSAN ELLIOTT:

Marriage: 14 Jan 1891, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, Page 69, 14 Jan 1891, Going, Morgan S. (divorced), 47, born Patrick County, Virginia,  son of Rachel Going married Elliott, Susan (widowed), 31, born Patrick County, Virginia, daughter of T. & Mary Belton. Min. D.J. Traynham.)

 

                  v.    SUSANNAH GOING, b. Abt. 1842, Virginia.

 

 

3.  WOODSON2 GOING (WILLIAM1) was born 02 Nov 1803 in Patrick County, Virginia, and died Bet. 1860 - 1870 in Surry County, North Carolina.  He married MARTHA.  She was born Abt. 1805 in North Carolina.

 

More About WOODSON GOING:

Census: 1840, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: 1840 Census, Surry County, North Carolina, Page 24, family 276, Going, Woodson (free colored)  1m under 10  1m 36-55  1f under 10  1f 24-36.)

       

Children of WOODSON GOING and MARTHA are:

                   i.    MARIAH L.3 GOING, b. Surry County, North Carolina; m. JOHN H. LOVE, 16 Feb 1870, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Lana W. Barrett, Surry County North Carolina Marriages 1869-1899, Page 259, John H. Love, son of David & Nancy Love, and Mariah L. Going, daughter of Woodson & Patsy Going, were married 16 February, 1870 in Surry County by John H. Lowe, J.P. Lic. #2383.).

 

More About JOHN LOVE and MARIAH GOING:

Marriage: 16 Feb 1870, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Lana W. Barrett, Surry County North Carolina Marriages 1869-1899, Page 259, John H. Love, son of David & Nancy Love, and Mariah L. Going, daughter of Woodson & Patsy Going, were married 16 February, 1870 in Surry County by John H. Lowe, J.P. Lic. #2383.)

 

                  ii.    MARY GOING, b. Abt. 1836, Surry County, North Carolina.

                 iii.    WILLIAM GOING, b. Abt. 1838, Surry County, North Carolina.

                 iv.    LETHA GOING, b. Abt. 1840, Surry County, North Carolina.

                  v.    SAMUEL GOING, b. Abt. 1842, Surry County, North Carolina.

                 vi.    MARTHA GOING, b. Abt. 1843, Surry County, North Carolina.

                vii.    ELIZA GOING, b. Abt. 1845, Surry County, North Carolina.

               viii.    TILITHA GOING, b. Abt. 1847, Surry County, North Carolina.

                  ix.    FRANKLIN GOING, b. Abt. 1849, Surry County, North Carolina.

                   x.    ANY GOING, b. Abt. 1852, Surry County, North Carolina.

                  xi.    OBEDIAH GOING, b. Abt. 1852, Surry County, North Carolina; m. SARAH H. GOING, 12 Aug 1880, Westfield, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, Record 1557, August 12, 1880 . Obediah Going of Surry Co, NC, age 28, color white, son of Woodson  (dead) & Martha (living) Going and Sarah H.? Going of Surry Co., NC, age 20, color white, daughter of unknown and Catherine Going. Justice of Peace: Joseph White. Wit: Alford Jessup, Martha Going, Elizabeth Going.).

 

More About OBEDIAH GOING and SARAH GOING:

Marriage: 12 Aug 1880, Westfield, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, Record 1557, August 12, 1880 . Obediah Going of Surry Co, NC, age 28, color white, son of Woodson  (dead) & Martha (living) Going and Sarah H.? Going of Surry Co., NC, age 20, color white, daughter of unknown and Catherine Going. Justice of Peace: Joseph White. Wit: Alford Jessup, Martha Going, Elizabeth Going.)

 

 

4.  MORGAN2 GOING (WILLIAM1) was born 17 Jul 1805 in Patrick County, Virginia.  He married (1) KERRY LOVE 24 Sep 1828 in Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Kerry Love Groom: Morgan Goin Bond date: 24 Sept 1828 County: Surry Record#: 01 085 Bondsman: Peter Norman Bond#: 000144700.).  She was born Abt. 1806.  He married (2) SALLY BEASLEY 08 Apr 1862 in Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Sally Beasley Groom: Morgan Goin Bond date: 5 Apr 1862 County: Surry Record#: 01 085 Bondsman: William Gilmer Bond#: 000144701 Marriage Date: 8 Apr 1862 Performed by: J. Gray J.P.). 

 

More About MORGAN GOING:

Census: 1830, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: 1830 Census Surry County, North Carolina, Page 134, Line 19, Going, Morgan  1m under 10 (free colored)  1m 10-24 (free colored)  1f 24-36 (free colored).)

 

Property: 05 Mar 1864, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Patrick County, Virginia Clerks Office, Deed Book 17, Page 483, This deed made on the 5th day of March in the year 1864, between Morgan Going and Sarah Going his wife, of the county of Patrick and state of  Virginia of the one part, and the children of Hardin Goin of the same  county and state of the other part, witnesseth, that in consideration of  the love and affection he has for said children, doth grant, give and  release unto said children, all his interest in a certain tract or parcel  of land, lying on the waters of Clarks creek in the said county,  containing thirty acres(30) more or less, and bounded as follows, beginning at a corner pine in Kimballs line, thence running with said  Goins line S60 W134 poles crossing? two bold? branches at a stake? on the  state line, thence with the same East 110 poles crossing? one of said  branches to a white oak in said line, thence North with Kimballs line 78  poles crossing? the first ? branch to the beginning. Witness the following signatures and seals   Morgan Going (mark)   Sarah Going (mark).)

 

More About MORGAN GOING and KERRY LOVE:

Marriage: 24 Sep 1828, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Kerry Love Groom: Morgan Goin Bond date: 24 Sept 1828 County: Surry Record#: 01 085 Bondsman: Peter Norman Bond#: 000144700.)

 

More About MORGAN GOING and SALLY BEASLEY:

Marriage: 08 Apr 1862, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Sally Beasley Groom: Morgan Goin Bond date: 5 Apr 1862 County: Surry Record#: 01 085 Bondsman: William Gilmer Bond#: 000144701 Marriage Date: 8 Apr 1862 Performed by: J. Gray J.P.)

       

Child of MORGAN GOING and KERRY LOVE is:

6.                i.    WILLIAM HARDIN3 GOING, b. Abt. 1830, Patrick County, Virginia.

 

 

5.  GEORGE W.2 GOING (WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1810 in Patrick County, Virginia.  He married (1) SALLY.  She died Bef. 1860.  He married (2) MARY C. CLARK 21 Feb 1862 in Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office.                       Marriage Register Bond#000144704, George W. Going to Mary C. Clark, 21 Feb. 1862 by J.P., A. Dunnagan.). 

 

More About GEORGE W. GOING:

Census: 1850, Southern District, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: M432-967, Page 396, Family 672,                                         Going, George W. 40m VA Laborer, Mulatto  Going, Sally 30f VA  Going, Catherine 9f NC  Going, Jefferson 7m VA  Going, Allen 5m VA  Going, Morgan 3m VA  Going, Mary 1f VA.)

 

More About GEORGE GOING and MARY CLARK:

Marriage: 21 Feb 1862, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office.  Marriage Register Bond#000144704, George W. Going to Mary C. Clark, 21 Feb. 1862 by J.P., A. Dunnagan.)

       

Children of GEORGE GOING and SALLY are:

                   i.    CATHERINE3 GOING, b. Abt. 1841, Surry County, North Carolina.

                  ii.    JEFFERSON GOING, b. Abt. 1843, Patrick County, Virginia.

                 iii.    ALLEN GOING, b. Abt. 1845, Patrick County, Virginia.

                 iv.    MORGAN GOING, b. Abt. 1847, Patrick County, Virginia; m. NANCY PRUITT, 30 Aug 1865, Stokes County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Nancy Pruitt, Groom: Morgan Gowing :Bond date: 28 Aug 1865 County: Stokes Record: 01 117 Bondsman: Presley George Wit: Joel F. Hill, Clerk of Court Bond# 000138909 Marriage Date: 30 Aug 1865 Performed by: Julius Terrill.).

 

More About MORGAN GOING:

Census: 1870, Quakers Gap, Stokes County, North Carolina (Source: James Hunter Chapter National Society, DAR, Madison, NC, 1870 Census of Stokes County, North Carolina, Page 124, Dwelling 22, Family 22,    Going, Morgan 23 mw farmer leased VA  Going, Nancy J. 30 fw keeping house NC  Pruit, Ursley 14fw home NC  Pruit, John W. 11 mw home NC  Going, Jeff 2mw home NC.)

 

More About MORGAN GOING and NANCY PRUITT:

Marriage: 30 Aug 1865, Stokes County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Nancy Pruitt, Groom: Morgan Gowing :Bond date: 28 Aug 1865 County: Stokes Record: 01 117 Bondsman: Presley George Wit: Joel F. Hill, Clerk of Court Bond# 000138909 Marriage Date: 30 Aug 1865 Performed by: Julius Terrill.)

 

                  v.    MARY GOING, b. Abt. 1849, Patrick County, Virginia; m. BENAGER KING, 08 Dec 1870, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Lana W. Barrett, Surry County North Carolina Marriages 1869-1899, Page 243, Benager King, son of Joel & Charity King and Mary Goyn, daughter of George & Sallie Goyn, were married 8 December 1870 in Surry County by J.W. Jackson, J.P. Lic.# 2237.).

 

More About BENAGER KING and MARY GOING:

Marriage: 08 Dec 1870, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Lana W. Barrett, Surry County North Carolina Marriages 1869-1899, Page 243, Benager King, son of Joel & Charity King and Mary Goyn, daughter of George & Sallie Goyn, were married 8 December 1870 in Surry County by J.W. Jackson, J.P. Lic.# 2237.)

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

6.  WILLIAM HARDIN3 GOING (MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1830 in Patrick County, Virginia.  He married MARY ANN KIMBALL 25 Jan 1853 in Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Mary Kimbell Groom: William H. Going Bond date: 10 Jan 1853 County: Surry Record #: 01 085 Bondsman: All? Dunnagan Bond#: 000144706 Marriage date: 25 Jan 1853 Performed by: Wright Johnson.), daughter of JOHN SR and ELIZABETH.  She was born Abt. 1834 in Virginia.

 

More About WILLIAM HARDIN GOING:

Census: 1860, South District, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Rhonda S. Roberson, 1860 Census Patrick County, Virginia, Page 63, Family 103, Going, Hardin 32 farmer NC  Going, Mary Ann 26 VA  Going, John H. 6 VA  Going, William M. 4 VA  Going, Charles H. 2 VA.)

 

Military service: 27 Mar 1862, Flat Shoal, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Hester B. Jackson, Surry County Soldiers in the Civil War, Page 73, Goins, Hardin W. PVT   Co E 53 REG NC   William Hardin Goins was born in 1831 at Patrick County, VA.  He signed    his name William Hardin Goins rather that Hardin W. as shown on the    record.  He was 5 9-1/2 tall.  He enrolled 27 Mar 1862 at Flat Shoal,    Surry.  He was mustered in 30 Apr 1862 at Camp Mangum, Raleigh.  He DIED    in VA 28 Jan 1864 while under arrest for leaving camp.)

 

More About WILLIAM GOING and MARY KIMBALL:

Marriage 1: 25 Jan 1853, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Ancestry.com, North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1741-1868, Bride: Mary Kimbell Groom: William H. Going Bond date: 10 Jan 1853 County: Surry Record #: 01 085 Bondsman: All? Dunnagan Bond#: 000144706 Marriage date: 25 Jan 1853 Performed by: Wright Johnson.)

Marriage 2: 25 Jan 1853

       

Children of WILLIAM GOING and MARY KIMBALL are:

7.                i.    JOHN H.4 GOING, b. 03 Feb 1854, Patrick County, Virginia.

8.               ii.    WILLIAM MORGAN GOING, b. Abt. 1856, Patrick County, Virginia; d. 14 Oct 1914.

                 iii.    CHARLES H. GOING, b. Abt. 1858, Patrick County, Virginia; m. COLUMBIA MOSS, 14 Jan 1883, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 1-1551, 14 Jan 1883. Charles Going of Surry Co., age 25, son of Hardin & Mary Going and Columbia Moss of Patrick Co., age 20, daughter of Leonard Hall (dead)  and Nancy Noah. Joseph White, J.P. Wit: J.W. McMillan, King Noah, Thomas White.).

 

More About CHARLES GOING and COLUMBIA MOSS:

Marriage: 14 Jan 1883, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 1-1551, 14 Jan 1883. Charles Going of Surry Co., age 25, son of Hardin & Mary Going and Columbia Moss of Patrick Co., age 20, daughter of Leonard Hall (dead)  and Nancy Noah. Joseph White, J.P. Wit: J.W. McMillan, King Noah, Thomas White.)

 

                 iv.    A. JACKSON GOING, b. Abt. 1860; m. MARGARET.

 

More About A. JACKSON GOING:

Property: 16 Feb 1894, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Patrick County, Virginia Clerks Office, Deed Book 40 Page 89Feb 16, 1894   A.J. Going and Margaret Going sold to R.W. Going their interest in a 30    acre tract on Clarks Creek.   .)

 

9.               v.    ABNER THOMAS GOING, b. Abt. 1867.

                 vi.    ROBERT W. GOING, b. Abt. 1874, Surry County, North Carolina; m. EMMA B. COLLINS, 16 May 1897, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, page 69, 16 May 1897. Going, Robert W., 25, b. Surry Co., NC, son of Harden & Mary A. Going to Emma B. Collins, 19, b. Surry Co., NC, daughter of John W. & N.E. Collins.  Min. J.A. Johnson.); b. Abt. 1878, Surry County, North Carolina.

 

More About ROBERT GOING and EMMA COLLINS:

Marriage: 16 May 1897, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, page 69, 16 May 1897. Going, Robert W., 25, b. Surry Co., NC, son of Harden & Mary A. Going to Emma B. Collins, 19, b. Surry Co., NC, daughter of John W. & N.E. Collins.  Min. J.A. Johnson.)

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

7.  JOHN H.4 GOING (WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born 03 Feb 1854 in Patrick County, Virginia (Source: B. Pilson & B. Baughan, Patrick County, Virginia Birth Records 1853-1869, Page 71, Goings, John H. wm, 3 Feb 1854, son of Goings, William H. and Mary Goings.).  He married (1) MARY 1870.  She was born Abt. 1856 in Nc.  He married (2) MARY JANE LOVE 15 Nov 1874 in Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, Page 33, John H. Going and Mary Jane Love, 15 Nov. 1874. He age 21, son of Harden & Mary Going. She age 18, daughter of Elijah & Eliza Love. Min. Walter L. Creasy.), daughter of ELIJAH LOVE and ELIZA.  She was born Abt. 1856.

 

More About JOHN GOING and MARY:

Marriage: 1870

 

More About JOHN GOING and MARY LOVE:

Marriage: 15 Nov 1874, Patrick County, Virginia (Source: Jimmie L. Steele, Patrick County, Virginia Marriages 1854-1874, Page 33, John H. Going and Mary Jane Love, 15 Nov. 1874. He age 21, son of Harden & Mary Going. She age 18, daughter of Elijah & Eliza Love. Min. Walter L. Creasy.)

       

Children of JOHN GOING and MARY are:

                   i.    ANNIE ELIZABETH5 GOINS, b. Abt. 1876; m. JEFF SMITH.

10.             ii.    ELI ANDERSON GOINS, b. 28 Jul 1878, Surry County, North Carolina; d. 22 Nov 1961, Caldwell County, North Carolina.

 

 

8.  WILLIAM MORGAN4 GOING (WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1856 in Patrick County, Virginia, and died 14 Oct 1914.  He married CHESTINA ADKINS 07 Oct 1877 in Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 1-1558, 7 Oct 1877. William M. Goings, 22, white, of Surry Co, son of William H.(dead) & Mary Goings, and Chestina F. Adkins, age 19, white, of Patrick Co., VA, daughter of Hawes & Hanah Adkins. Min. John Vipperman. Wit. James King, Allen __?, & Sarah Banks?.), daughter of HAWES ADKINS and HANAH.  She was born Abt. 1858.

 

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Marriage: 07 Oct 1877, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 1-1558, 7 Oct 1877. William M. Goings, 22, white, of Surry Co, son of William H.(dead) & Mary Goings, and Chestina F. Adkins, age 19, white, of Patrick Co., VA, daughter of Hawes & Hanah Adkins. Min. John Vipperman. Wit. James King, Allen __?, & Sarah Banks?.)

       

Child of WILLIAM GOING and CHESTINA ADKINS is:

11.              i.    DAVID ALEXANDER5 GOING, b. 1883; d. 1973.

 

 

9.  ABNER THOMAS4 GOING (WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1867.  He married (1) MARTHA JOHNSON 07 Jul 1889 in Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 1-1548, 7 Jul 1889. Abner Goin of Surry Co, age 21, color white, son of Hardin(dead)  & Polly Goin, and Martha Johnson of Surry Co, age 19, color white, daughter of Frankllin (dead)  & Sarah Johnson. Married at the resident of John Goins in Eldora. Wit: J.D. Going, A. Goin & __? Johnson.), daughter of FRANKLIN JOHNSON and SARAH.  She was born Abt. 1870.  He married (2) NANCY JANE VIPMAN 05 Feb 1903 in Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 5 Feb 1903. Abner Thomas Goin of Surry Co, age 34, son of Hardin (dead)  & Mary Goin and Nancy Jane Vipman of Surry Co, age 27, daughter of Don & Emily Vipman. V.H. Lewis, J.P.  Wit: Walter Combs, S.F. Lewis, L.F. Lewis.), daughter of DON VIPMAN and EMILY. 

 

More About ABNER GOING and MARTHA JOHNSON:

Marriage: 07 Jul 1889, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 1-1548, 7 Jul 1889. Abner Goin of Surry Co, age 21, color white, son of Hardin(dead)  & Polly Goin, and Martha Johnson of Surry Co, age 19, color white, daughter of Frankllin (dead)  & Sarah Johnson. Married at the resident of John Goins in Eldora. Wit: J.D. Going, A. Goin & __? Johnson.)

 

More About ABNER GOING and NANCY VIPMAN:

Marriage: 05 Feb 1903, Surry County, North Carolina (Source: Marriage Book 1, Surry County, North Carolina Clerks Office, 5 Feb 1903. Abner Thomas Goin of Surry Co, age 34, son of Hardin (dead)  & Mary Goin and Nancy Jane Vipman of Surry Co, age 27, daughter of Don & Emily Vipman. V.H. Lewis, J.P.  Wit: Walter Combs, S.F. Lewis, L.F. Lewis.)

       

Children of ABNER GOING and MARTHA JOHNSON are:

                   i.    C.B.5 GOING, b. Jun 1891, Surry County, North Carolina.

                  ii.    M.E. GOING, b. May 1900, Surry County, North Carolina.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

10.  ELI ANDERSON5 GOINS (JOHN H.4 GOING, WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born 28 Jul 1878 in Surry County, North Carolina, and died 22 Nov 1961 in Caldwell County, North Carolina.  He married MARY MARTHA BRADSHAW Abt. 1898.  She was born 29 Apr 1879 in North Carolina, and died 07 May 1950 in Richlands, Caldwell County, North Carolina.

 

Notes for ELI ANDERSON GOINS:

1880 Surry County, NC. census location Westfield Twp., taken Jun 15, 1880 household #202:Goen, John 26 VA/VA/VA; Mary wife 23 NC/NC/NC; Bettie dau 3 NC/VA/NC; Eli son 1 NC/VA/NC.

 

1930 -Name: Anderson E Goins [prefers using his middle name OR is Andesson his real 1st name??]Home in 1930: Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina Age: 51Estimated Birth Year: abt 1879Birthplace: North Carolina Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: M Martha Race: White Occupation: farmer Age at first marriage: 19Parents' birthplace: NC/NC Anderson E Goins 51, NCM Martha Goins 50, NC Oscar F Goins 31, NC - works on farm, single Ira F Goins 22, NC - works on farm, single Milton A Goins 13, NC - works on farm, single Pearl E Goins 11, NC1920 -Name: Eli A Goens [note spelling]Home in 1920: Patterson, Caldwell, North Carolina Age: 40 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1880Birthplace: North Carolina Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Mary Father's Birth Place: North Carolina Mother's Birth Place: North Carolina Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Own Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Eli A Goens 40, NC – farmer Mary Goens 40, NC Oscar Goens 21, NC [1899]Ira Goens 12, NC Milton Goens 3 9/12, NC Pearl Goens 9/12, NC World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918Name: Oscar Filmore Goins City: Finley ? ? ?County: Caldwell State: North Carolina Birth Date: 2 Nov 1899Race: White Employer: E. A. Goins [father]NOK: Martha Goins Single Dated: Sept. 12, 19181900 -Name: Eli Gains [note spelling]Home in 1900: Blue Ridge, Watauga, North Carolina Age: 21Estimated Birth Year: July 1878Birthplace: North Carolina Relationship to head-of-house: Head Spouse's Name: Martha M Race: White Occupation: farmer Eli Gains 21, married 2 yr Martha M. Gams  21, 4/79 NC Osker F. Gams 1, 11/98 NC

 

More About ELI ANDERSON GOINS:

Burial: Bethany Baptist Church Richlands Caldwell Co Nc

 

More About MARY MARTHA BRADSHAW:

Burial: Bethany Baptist Church Richlands Caldwell Co Nc

 

More About ELI GOINS and MARY BRADSHAW:

Marriage: Abt. 1898

       

Children of ELI GOINS and MARY BRADSHAW are:

12.              i.    OSCAR FILMORE6 GOINS, b. 02 Nov 1898, North Carolina; d. 01 Jul 1981, Caldwell County, North Carolina.

                  ii.    OLIVER M GOINS, b. 13 Jul 1900, Watauga Co Nc; d. 01 Jun 1901.

13.            iii.    IRA FRANK GOINS SR, b. 04 Apr 1907, Watauga County, North Carolina; d. 03 May 2002, Caldwell County, North Carolina.

14.            iv.    MILTON ARTY GOINS, b. 26 May 1916, Caldwell Co Nc; d. 08 Aug 2006, Caldwell Co Nc.

                  v.    PEARL GOINS, b. 18 Apr 1919.

 

More About PEARL GOINS:

Record Change: 06 Jan 2008

 

 

11.  DAVID ALEXANDER5 GOING (WILLIAM MORGAN4, WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1883, and died 1973.  He married DAISY HYLTON. 

 

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Record Change: 08 Jan 2008

 

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Record Change: 08 Jan 2008

       

Child of DAVID GOING and DAISY HYLTON is:

                   i.    PAUL DAVID6 GOING, b. 1915; d. 1979.

 

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Record Change: 08 Jan 2008

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

12.  OSCAR FILMORE6 GOINS (ELI ANDERSON5, JOHN H.4 GOING, WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born 02 Nov 1898 in North Carolina, and died 01 Jul 1981 in Caldwell County, North Carolina.  He married NANCY SARAH CHANDLER.  She was born 18 Nov 1915, and died 12 Mar 1994.

 

Notes for OSCAR FILMORE GOINS:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918Name: Oscar Filmore Goins City: Finley ? ? ?County: Caldwell State: North Carolina Birth Date: 2 Nov 1899Race: White  Employer: E. A. Goins [father]NOK: Martha Goins Single Dated: Sept. 12, 1918

       

Child of OSCAR GOINS and NANCY CHANDLER is:

                   i.    ALMA JEAN7 GOINS, b. 22 Jul 1945; m. DANNY RAY STARNES, 21 Dec 1973.

 

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Marriage: 21 Dec 1973

 

 

13.  IRA FRANK GOINS6 SR (ELI ANDERSON5 GOINS, JOHN H.4 GOING, WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born 04 Apr 1907 in Watauga County, North Carolina, and died 03 May 2002 in Caldwell County, North Carolina.  He married ANNIE BELLE HARRISON.  She was born 16 Aug 1905 in Richlands, Caldwell County, North Carolina, and died 23 Dec 2000 in Lenoir, Caldwell County, North Carolina.

 

Notes for IRA FRANK GOINS SR:

Ira Frank Goins, 95, of Lenoir, died Friday,

May 03, 2002, at Camelot Manor Nursing Home. He was born in Watauga County to the late E. A. Goins and Martha Bradshaw Goins. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Annie Harrison Goins; one son, Howard Goins; and a brother, Oscar Goins. He was a Caldwell County merchant, a Real Estate Broker, and also worked in sawmilling and lumber. He was a member of Bethany Baptist Church and the Woodman of the World. Survivors include one son, Ira Goins Jr. of Lenoir; two daughters, Lucy Goins of the home and Marie Goins of Lenoir; one brother, Milton Goins of Marion; one sister, Pearl Goins of Lenoir; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery with the Rev. Gurney Robbins officiating. The family will receive friends today from 6 until 7:30 p.m. at Pendrys Lenoir Funeral Home.

Pallbearers will be: Marcus and Alvin Bolick, Gerald Brookshire and Joey Goins. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Bethany Baptist Church, 6745 Richland Road, Lenoir, N.C. 28645

 

Notes for ANNIE BELLE HARRISON:

Annie Bell Goins, 95, of Blowing Rock Boulevard in Lenoir, died Saturday, Dec. 23, 2000, at Caldwell

Memor4al Hospital. She was born Aug. 16, 1905 in Watauga County to the late Shuford and Sarah Bradshaw Harrison. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Howard Herman Goins;, and two sisters, Mrs. Vina Hodges and Mrs. Docia Bolick. She was a homemaker and a member of Bethany Baptist Church.

Survivors include her husband, Ira F Goins, Sr. of the home; one son, Ira E Goins, Jr. of Lenoir; two daughters, Ms. Lucy Goins and Mrs. Marie Goins both of Lenoir; one sister, Mrs. Gordon Day of Aho; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held today at 11 a.m. at Bethany Baptist Church conducted by the Rev. Gurney Robbins. Interment will follow in the. church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Pete Penley, Gerald Brookshire, Harley Greene, Boyd Greene, Alvin Bolick, and Joey Goins. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church. Memorial contributions many be made to Bethany Baptist Church at 6745 Richland Road, Lenoir, NC 28645. Greer-McElveen Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

 

More About ANNIE BELLE HARRISON:

Burial: Bethany Baptist Church Richlands Caldwell Co Nc

       

Children of IRA SR and ANNIE HARRISON are:

                   i.    JAMES HOWARD HERMAN7 GOINS, b. 11 Apr 1931, Caldwell Co Nc; d. 21 Apr 1931, Caldwell Co Nc.

 

More About JAMES HOWARD HERMAN GOINS:

Burial: Bethany A baptist Church Cem Richlands Caldwell Co Nc

 

                  ii.    IRA FRANK GOINS JR, b. 12 Mar 1932; m. LOIS ESTHER GREENE; b. 17 Apr 1932, Caldwell County, North Carolina; d. 08 Apr 1999, Caldwell County, North Carolina.

                 iii.    LUCY JANE GOINS, b. 05 Sep 1934; m. WILLIAM HAMPTON PARRISH, 22 Aug 1959.

 

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Record Change: 13 Dec 2007

 

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Marriage: 22 Aug 1959

 

                 iv.    ANNIE MARIE GOINS, b. 07 Feb 1938.

 

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Record Change: 13 Dec 2007

 

 

14.  MILTON ARTY6 GOINS (ELI ANDERSON5, JOHN H.4 GOING, WILLIAM HARDIN3, MORGAN2, WILLIAM1) was born 26 May 1916 in Caldwell Co Nc, and died 08 Aug 2006 in Caldwell Co Nc.  He married (2) BLANCHE HODGES.  She was born 16 May 1916.

 

More About MILTON ARTY GOINS:

Record Change: 06 Jan 2008

 

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Record Change: 13 Dec 2007

       

Child of MILTON ARTY GOINS is:

                   i.    MILTON ONEIL7 WALKER.

 

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Record Change: 05 Dec 2007