Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

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Merritt ESLICK

Marriage 1 Amanda J. ABERNATHY b: 18 FEB 1827 in Giles Co, TN
Married: 3 OCT 1849 in Giles Co, TN
Children
Mary M. ESLICK b: 11 APR 1852 in Giles Co, TN
Hester A. ESLICK b: 26 APR 1854 in Giles Co, TN
Thomas F. ESLICK b: 17 JUN 1850 in Giles Co, TN
Amanda Omere ESLICK b: 18 DEC 1857 in Giles Co, TN

Marriage 2 Martha Virginia ABERNATHY b: 11 APR 1840 in Giles Co, TN
Married: 1859 in Giles Co, TN
Children
Edward Everett ESLICK b: 19 APR 1872
John M. ESLICK
Dan L. ESLICK b: 18 MAR 1866
W. S. ESLICK
Mark ESLICK


Amanda J. ABERNATHY

Children
Mary M. ESLICK b: 11 APR 1852 in Giles Co, TN
Hester A. ESLICK b: 26 APR 1854 in Giles Co, TN
Thomas F. ESLICK b: 17 JUN 1850 in Giles Co, TN
Amanda Omere ESLICK b: 18 DEC 1857 in


Clayton ABERNATHY

Children
Elizabeth ABERNATHY
Turner ABERNATHY
Martha ABERNATHY


Elizabeth ABERNATHY

Children
Elizabeth ABERNATHY
Turner ABERNATHY
Martha ABERNATHY


John Calvin INGRAM

Father: William H. INGRAM b: 15 OCT 1815 in Cumberland Co., North Carolina
Mother: Sarah Ann GREEN b: 20 MAY 1823 in Lawrence Co., Tennessee

Marriage 1 Sara RODEN b: 19 JAN 1855
Married: 21 DEC 1876
Children
Grover Cleveland INGRAM b: OCT 1882
Robert INGRAM
Agnes INGRAM
Bird Clark INGRAM


Mary Miriam WATSON

Father: William WATSON b: ABT 1783
Mother: Sarah A. MATTHEWS b: ABT 1787


Nicholas , 27 TILGHMAN

From Stephen Tillman:
27. NICHOLAS TILGHMAN, son of Thomas (26) Tilghman, married Jane Beeson, (not sure of the spelling) according to the family Bible of Christopher Tilghman, the Emigrant. This Bible came into the possession of John Tilghman who was born 1705 and died 1809 in Preble County, Ohio. The Bible was known to be in existence as late as 1790 when information from it was copied by grandchildren of John Tilghman. The Bible mentioned "Selling" England, a word that was meaningless until a search was made of English records whereupon it was found that Christopher Tilghman lived in Selling, Faversham Hundred, County Kent, England. Issue: Christopher, John, who married July 10, 1559 Margaret Valentine.


Thomas , 26 TILGHMAN

From Stephen Tillman:
26. THOMAS TILGHMAN, son of Nicholas (25) Tilghman, is shown in "History of Kent," as owning at one time BEECHWORTH CASTLE, in Surrey County, which he sold to John Cassock of Faversham. The same source of information refers to Thomas Tilghman as being a younger branch of the Tilghmans of Snodland. Issue: Nicholas.


William , 9 TILGHMAN

From Stephen Tillman:
9. WILLIAM TILGHMAN, son of Thomas (8) Tilghman, was born about 1410 and died August 27, 1541, according to the "Maryland Historical Magazine," and that his will was proved November 22, 1541. He married first Isabel Avery, the daughter of Thomas Avery (were Isabel Avery and Emmau Avery sisters?), and secondly Joan --, surname not given. Issue by first marriage: Richard.

The "Maryland Historical Magazine" states that a monument erected to William Tilghman in Snodland Parish Church (West Malling Church?) gives the dates of his death and the names of his two wives: that a brassplate on this monument bears the following inscription,-

"Pray for the soule of William Tilghman, the Elder, and Isabell and Joan, his wives, which William decessyed the xxvii day of Aug.--Anno Domini mcccccxli, on whose soules Jesu have mercy. As you are so was I, and as I am so shalt you be."

In the book, "Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, 5th S.5," (Library of Congress) attention is drawn to the fact that there is an error in the Tilghman coat in that it should be per chief and not per fess. This same authority says "the pedigree of the family in the copy of the "Visitation" (Kent) of 1574 at Queen's College, Oxford, is signed by William Tilghman of Snodland, who cannot therefore have died 1541.--William Tilghman received patent to his arms 1468 from Thomas Holmes." It is believed that the William Tilghman that signed the pedigree referred to, is William Tilghman (11), and that he was not the first to have the coat of arms since it is said, under Richard Tilghman (7), that Richard had painted his arms on very old glass in his house.


Mandue GOODSON

Goodson, Mandew,  1,2,2,0,0 - pag 73c - 1790  census  Northampton Co., NC,  Halifax District  Microcopy No. T-498  Roll 2
                     
Mandew Goodson (Northampton 067) 1810 Census of NC.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~abernathy/D105.HTM
Mandue GOODSON was born in 1755. He died in 1825. Served in the Revolutionary War. Halifax District State of North Caroline, July 1782.
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Portion of email from William T. Clarke dated 2/27/03:
...I have a Will for Dicy Goodson, wife of Mandue.  where she
names her children as Solomon, Thomas, William and James, also James'
children (who all went to Clinton Co. Ohio around 1840).  At least one
Mandue researcher indicates that James went to Autagua, Co. AL where he
dies within two weeks of another James who m. a Rebecca Scott.  I don't
believe that he went there. There is also a married dau. Rachel Goodson
Edwards.

Now we go to Microfilm and look at Court of Pleas for Dec. 1825
Northampton Co.   Mandue died 1825 & Dicy died 1834.  We find a notation
that Thomas d. in New Orleans recently (relative to 1825) However, this
does not seem to be true as Thomas received his share of Mandue's
Estate.  Also it is mentioned that William lives out of State and was
not notified of the distribution of his Fathers' Estate.  No admissable
evidence that William had rec'd any prt of his Father's Estate in
Mandue's lifetime.


Dicey UNKNOWN

Nickname for Dizar? also seen as "Cicily"

From :

Disey Goodson's Will
In the name of God Amen. I Disey Goodson being old and infirm in body but sound and disposing mind and memory do make and ordain this to be my last will and Testament revoking all other wills heretofore made by me. to Wit
Item lSt I give and bequeath unto my grand son Ozcar Goodson one bed and furniture one walnut table one chest of Drawers two head of Sheep & two cattle to him and his heirs forever.
Item 2d I give unto my son James Goodson all the money Bonds & notes in my possion at my death I also lend unto the said James Goodson all of my personal estate not already given away and also lend all my negroes to wit Possey and Lydia her increase unto the said James during his life and at his death my will and desire is that the said property above named which was lent to James Goodson be equally divided among my grand children to wit Ozcar Goodson, Elizabeth Goodson, Reddick? Thomas Goodson, Betheshazar? Goodson & James Everet Goodson (children of said James Goodson) to them and theirs forever that is if James E Goodson shall be of the age of twenty one years at his fathers death if not my will is that the negroes remain in one common stock until said James E Goodson shall become of the age of twenty one years before they are divided But provided either of those children above named should died with out leaving any child or children Lawfully begoten of his or her body then and on that case their part should be equally divided among his or her brothers or siters as the cas maybe to them and their heirs forever.
Item 3rd I unto my daughter Rachel Edwards five Shillings Sterling money to her and her heirs forever
Item 4th I give unto my son Solomon Goodson five Shillings Sterling money to him and his heirs forever
Item 5th I give unto my son Thomas Goodson five Shillings Sterling money to him and his Heirs forever.
Item 6th I give unto my son William Goodson five Shillings Sterling money to him and his Heirs forever

Given under my hand and seal this 18th day of July AD 1831
In the presence of Disey [his mark] Goodson (Seal)


W. Langford                                 Littleberry Langford

Northampton County September Court 1834
This last will and Testament of Disey Goodson also exhibited in open Court and proven in due form of law by the oath of W. Langford one of the subscribing witnesses thereto and also the hand writing of S. Langford the other witness thereto was proven by the oath of Alex Futrell? and ordered to be certified & recorded. Whereupon James Goodson qualified as admr with the will anexed                  Test Richd H Weaver CIk


Rachael GOODSON

From: Eric Goodson - egoodson@mindspring.com

(1/1/96) on Fri Dec 27 17:18:47 1996


James Harris BARTON

Father: Caleb BARTON
Mother: Sarah HARRIS
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James Harris Barton (1799-c1876), eldest child of Caleb and Sarah (Harris) Barton, was a native of Anderson Dist., SC, and removed to GA in 1820, settling in Walton Co., where he lived for thirty years, and married ca. 1827, Susan Rebecca Goodson (ca. 1812-ante 1869), daughter of William Goodson of Jack's Creek in Walton County). James moved thence to Morgan County, where he lived for twenty years. His wife dying ante 12 Feb. 1869 in Clarke Co., GA (probate), he removed to Smith Co., Texas, dying there in 1874/76 (his son John having arrived there in 1869). [By way of background, James' father, Caleb Barton (1775-1835), married 10 May 1799, Pendleton Dist., SC (by the Rev. John Cleveland, Baptist minister), Sarah Harris (1783-1857).]

Contact for this branch:  Tom Nash in San Antonio, TX   bartnash@swbell.net
For more information on this family see Tom's web page:  http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/1115/
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William GOODSON Walton CO,GA ca1827
Posted by Tom Nash on April 29, 1998 at 09:19:13: Barton=Goodson
JAMES HARRIS BARTON, eldest child of Caleb and Sarah (Harris) Barton of Pickens Dist., SC, was born 1799, Anderson Dist., SC, and died intestate X 1876, Smith or Titus Co., TX. He married ca 1827, Walton Co., GA, SUSAN REBECCA GOODSON (daughter of "William Goodson of Jack's Creek" in Walton County), who was born ca. 1801, perhaps Walton Co., GA, and died intestate 1869, Clarke Co., GA (application filed by son, J. C. Barton, attorney).
Issue:
+ William Frankin Barton, b. X 1827, Walton Co., GA.
+ Caleb Barton, b. 1828, X, GA.
+ John Henry Martin Barton, b. X 1832, Clarke Co., GA.
+ James Choice Barton, b. X 1835.
+ Susan M. (Barton) Cook, b. X, X.
+ Thompson Barton, b. X.
+ Seaborn Barton, b. X.
+ Nancy Barton, b. X.
+ David Barton, b. X.
+ Elizabeth Barton, b. X.
+ Rebecca Barton, b. X.
+ Robert Barton, b. X.
+ Benton Barton, b. X.

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From Tom    bartnash@swbell.net     http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/1115/
James Harris Barton (1799-c1876), eldest child of Caleb and Sarah (Harris) Barton, was a native of Anderson Dist., SC, and removed to GA in 1820, settling in Walton Co., where he lived for thirty years, and married ca. 1827, Susan Rebecca Goodson (ca. 1812-ante 1869), daughter of William Goodson of Jack's Creek in Walton County). James moved thence to Morgan County, where he lived for twenty years. His wife dying ante 12 Feb. 1869 in Clarke Co., GA (probate), he removed to Smith Co., Texas, dying there in 1874/76


Susan Rebecca GOODSON

William Goodson was in Franklin Co. in 1801 and removed to Walton Co. in the mid 1820s.  It is most likely that Susan was born in Franklin Co., GA

Clarke County, Georgia was created 5 December 1801 from a portion of Jackson County. Originally Cherokee lands, the area became Franklin County in 1784, with Jackson County being created 12 years later in 1796. In 1811 a portion of the northeastern part of the county was taken and it, along with portions of Elbert, Franklin, Jackson and Oglethorpe Counties became Madison County.

Walton Co. bordered what was originally Franklin Co.

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William GOODSON Walton CO,GA ca1827
Posted by Tom Nash on April 29, 1998 at 09:19:13: Barton=Goodson
JAMES HARRIS BARTON, eldest child of Caleb and Sarah (Harris) Barton of Pickens Dist., SC, was born 1799, Anderson Dist., SC, and died intestate X 1876, Smith or Titus Co., TX. He married ca 1827, Walton Co., GA, SUSAN REBECCA GOODSON (daughter of "William Goodson of Jack's Creek" in Walton County), who was born ca. 1801, perhaps Walton Co., GA, and died intestate 1869, Clarke Co., GA (application filed by son, J. C. Barton, attorney).
Issue:
+ William Frankin Barton, b. X 1827, Walton Co., GA.
+ Caleb Barton, b. 1828, X, GA.
+ John Henry Martin Barton, b. X 1832, Clarke Co., GA.
+ James Choice Barton, b. X 1835.
+ Susan M. (Barton) Cook, b. X, X.
+ Thompson Barton, b. X.
+ Seaborn Barton, b. X.
+ Nancy Barton, b. X.
+ David Barton, b. X.
+ Elizabeth Barton, b. X.
+ Rebecca Barton, b. X.
+ Robert Barton, b. X.
+ Benton Barton, b. X.
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From Tom    bartnash@swbell.net     http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/1115/
James Harris Barton (1799-c1876), eldest child of Caleb and Sarah (Harris) Barton, was a native of Anderson Dist., SC, and removed to GA in 1820, settling in Walton Co., where he lived for thirty years, and married ca. 1827, Susan Rebecca Goodson (ca. 1812-ante 1869), daughter of William Goodson of Jack's Creek in Walton County). James moved thence to Morgan County, where he lived for twenty years. His wife dying ante 12 Feb. 1869 in Clarke Co., GA (probate), he removed to Smith Co., Texas, dying there in 1874/76
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Susan Rebecca Goodson Barton d 1869 [in Clarke Co., GA], her husband moving to Texas where John Henry had arrived in that year...In Clarke, Cloud Thrasher Barton was there, too, in 1850, when John (H. M.) Barton, aged 18, was living in a RICHARDSON household near various BARTON households.
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SUSAN REBECCA GOODSON (ca. 1812-ante 1869), called "the daughter of William Goodson of Jack's Creek in Walton County", mca. 1827, Walton Co., GA, JAMES HARRIS BARTON (1799-1876), son of CALEB and SARAH (HARRIS) BARTON of Pickens Dist., SC. Note: James and Susan had thirteen known children, and lived in Walton until about 1850, thence to Morgan and, ultimately, Clarke County, where Susan d ante 12 Feb. 1869 (court) and James removed to Texas.