Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

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Jacob A. GOODSON

North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Bride: Rebecca Goodson
Groom: Jacob Goodson
Bond Date: 22 Sep 1838
County: Lincoln
Record #: 01 051
Bondsman: Moses Bisanar
Witness: H. Cansler
Bond #: 000072710
Comment: Bisinger


David GOODSON

middle initial A?


Julius GOODSON

died young


Daniel Asbury CHAPMAN

Children:
Mary CHAPMAN
Lola CHAPMAN
Flora CHAPMAN
Lee CHAPMAN
Charles CHAPMAN


Abner , Sr. GOODSON

Abner inherited property from his brother John F. Goodson's estate:

"...Item - I give and devise to by [my] brother Abner Goodson Two Thousand and Five [next page] Hundred Dollars ($2500) in money or solvent notes.....

...Item: I also will and bequeath to my brother Abner Goodson all of my household furniture whatever it may consist of, also all tools including my Iron Safe, my Shot gun, my silver watch, and everything in Drawers, wardrobe, trunks, in short everything in or out of my house not mentioned in my will.

...And lastly, I do hereby constitute and appoint my trusty friend J.W.A. Paine and my brother Abner Goodson my lawful executors to all intent and and purposes, to execute this my last will and testament according to the true intent and meaning of the same and every part and clause thereof, hereby revoking and declaring utterly(?) void all other wills and testaments by me heretofore made."

Entire will can be read under John Frank Goodson's(b. abt. 1824) notes.


Lucretia Sides \ SEITZ

Father: John SIDES
Mother: Solome Susanna MASTERS


Johann GOODSON

needs verification


John Frank GOODSON

http://www.goodson-family.com/johnfwill.html
Lincoln County, North Carolina Wills and Estate Papers, 1663-1978 (loose papers).

I John F. Goodson of the County of Lincoln and state of North Carolina, being of Sound mind and memory, but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existance do make and declare this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say: - First: That my executors hereafter named shall provide for my body a decent burial suitable to the wishes of my friends, and pay all funeral expenses together with my just debts, to whomesoever it may be going, to be paid out of the first money coming into their hands from my estate: my will is that my body shall be buried at Lowe's graveyard and east of the site of the old Church.
Item - I give and devise to my sister Mary L. Sherrill that tract or parcel of land known as the James Barnett place to be hers during her natural life, and after her death, then it shall go to and be the property of my niece Leckey Goodson, the oldest daughter of my brother Abner Goodson to be hers forever.
Item - I give and devise to by [my] brother Abner Goodson Two Thousand and Five
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Hundred Dollars ($2500) in money or solvent notes:
Item: - My will is that my friend and former partner J.W.A. Paine shall have an extention of time on the several note that I hold against him for purchase of my interest in the Bynum? and Shepp lands. the extention to be three years he paying the interest annually as the notes become due.
My reason for the extention of time is for the reasons of hard times in collections of money, and I dont want him pushed for the money -
Item: I also will and bequeath to my brother Abner Goodson all of my household furniture whatever it may consist of, also all tools including my Iron Safe, my Shot gun, my silver watch, and everything in Drawers, wardrobe, trunks, in short everything in or out of my house not mentioned in my will.
Item: I will and bequeath to my nephew, J.F. Goodson, my brother Mathew's son, Seven Hundred Dollars ($700) in money or solvent notes.
The balance of my estate to be equally divided between all my Nephews and Nieces And lastly, I do hereby constitute and appoint my trusty friend J.W.A. Paine and my brother Abner Goodson my lawful executors to all intent and and purposes, to execute this my last will and testament according to the true intent and meaning of the same and every part and clause thereof, hereby revoking and declaring utedy void all other wills and testaments by me heretofore made.
In witness whereof, I the said John F. Goodson do hereunto set my hand seal. This the third day of June Eighteen Hundred and Eighty seven Signed and Sealed in the presence of

               C.S. Razzelle                          T.H. Princton?

John F. Goodson

(Seal)


It appears from this document that at the time of this writing, John did not have a wife or any children.


Matthew GOODSON

Davis Family Tree reports one more child:
Elizabeth GOODSON b: ABT 1780 in Lincoln County,NC
Jeremiah GOODSON b: 18 SEP 1793
Abner GOODSON b: ABT 1791
Joel GOODSON b: 1780 in North Carolina
John GOODSON b: 1783
Malinda GOODSON
Michelle GOODSON
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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~abernathy/D105.HTM

Matthew GOODSON was born about 1750 in Lincoln County, NC. He died about 1802. Served in the Revolutionary War, Morgan District, No. 6129, Militia Service, September 26, 1784.

Listed in the North Carolina 1790 Census as Matt Goodson as having 1 male 16 or over, 3 males under 16, and 3 females including heads of family. This implies that he had 3 sons and 2 daughters by the time of this census, hence the 3 Unkown children listed. Served in the Revolutionary War, Morgan District, No. 6129, Militia Service, September 26, 1784.


Mary E. TROUTMAN

married John Miller


Mahala C. SMITH

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1860 Census   McNairy Co., Tn.    District 3
pg_____family 418
Lucinda M. Smith/16/F/W/Tn/domestic

(Living with Z. Homes, age 34 and his wife, Mary, age 18.  Lucinda does not
match the age of the Mahala C. very well but it could be her.  I can find no other
John Dunn in 1870 that she could have married.  This does not mean that they
could not have moved out of the county and that Mahala C. is someone else
entirely.)