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Descendants of James Goins b abt 1792 submitted by Tracy Hutchison

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This line's DNA match closest to the Lumbee Indians.  The line starts in Moore and Cumberland Co, NC and migrates to Indian Territory and the four corners area of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri. It is interesting to note that the grandaughter of James list her race as Croatan Indian on her marriage certificate.

 Descendants of William Gowin b abt 1825 submitted by Cindy Young

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This line's DNA match closest to the Lumbee Indians. This line starts in Surry Co., NC and goes to back and forth between Surry Co., NC and Patrick Co., VA. This family referred to themselves as Croatan Indians.

 Descendants of John Going b abt 1734 submitted by Tracy Hutchison for Jack Goins

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This line's DNA match closest to the Lumbee Indians.  This line starts in Patrick and Henry Counties in Va, moves down into Rockingham, NC and eventually ends up in eastern TN in Hawkins and Hancock Counties.

Descendants of Leah Goins b abt 1790 submitted by Cyndie Hoelscher

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There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line, however it is interesting to note that the death certificate for Rebecca Goins (daughter of Leah) list her race as Croatan Indian.  This family held residence in Moore, Cumberland, Chatham and Randolph Counties in NC.

Descendants of William and Sally Goins b abt 1790 submitted by Jason Jacobs

There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line, however family tradition states that this line is Lumbee Indian.  The family members are listed as Croatan Indian on many census and other records. This family held residence in Robeson County, NC.  Some family members migrated to GA and TN.

Descendants of John Goin Jr. b abt 1790 created by Cindy Young from information submitted by Marilyn Fair and Andrea Cleaver

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There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line.  This line begins in Patrick Co., VA and Stokes Co., NC and migrates to Adair Co., KY.

Descendants of William Going b 1761 created and submitted by Cindy Young and Kathy Chester

There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line. This line begins in Rockingham Co, VA and includes Patrick Co., VA, Surry Co., NC and Caldwell Co., NC

 Descendants of William Goins b abt 1800 submitted by Tracy Hutchison

 There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line, however this line does intermarry with the line of James Goins born about 1792 that is listed above.  It is interesting to note that postings on the message boards from descendants of this line do claim to be Lumbee Indian. This line starts in New Bern, Craven County, NC and is in Moore County, NC by the 1850 census.  The family worked mostly in the Turpentine industry. 

Descendants of John Goins b abt 1798 submitted by Tracy Hutchison

There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line, however this line does intermarry with the line of James Goins born about 1792 that is listed above.  This line starts in Moore County, NC.

Descendants of William Thomas Goins b abt 1825 submitted by Tracy Hutchison

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There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line. This family is associated with the North Carolina Counties of Moore, Cumberland, Randolph and Chatham. From The Goins-Walden Settlements On Pocket Creek 1764-1910, A Disintegrated Indian Community by Forrest Hazel - King David Goins (b. 1857) who was a blacksmith in the community. According to oral tradition among his descendants, this set of Goins was descended from the Keyauwee Tribe, Siouan speakers of the lower Piedmont, and King Davis Goins "owned a freight of line of wagons and possibly about 3000 acres of land in Moore County".......Asa C. Goins, one of King David Goins' sons who ran a store in the community, and later became a preacher at one of the Lumbee Indian churches in Robeson county, is listed as Indian.

Descendants of Ann Goins b abt 1780 submitted by Tracy Hutchison

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There is no known participant in the DNA project at this time for this line, however this line does intermarry with the line of James Goins born abt 1792 listed above.  This line starts in Cumberland Co and includes Moore and Carbarrus counties in NC.

Descendants of Alexander Going/Goins sumitted by Tracy Hutchison

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This line is in memory of Robert P. Goins who passed away on November 19, 2006.  Robert was a good soul who I only knew for a short time.  He loved his research and had tremendous pride in his grand children.  I have created this chart from our many emails in hopes to pass on his information to his family members of this line.  He was the former webmaster for the Spavinaw-Strang Cemetery located in Mayes County, OK.  His line starts back with Alexander that resided in Orange Co., NC and then on to Rutherford Co., NC.  The family migrates to TN before making its' way to OK.

Descendants of Fountain Goins b abt 1796 submitted by Louisa Goins

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This line is believed to be an extension of the John Going b abt 1734 line listed above.