Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Lon Bryan SNAVELY

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1. From Robie Prater 10 Aug 02: Death Certificate #020140 Volume 2001 no autopsy p[erformed . Death certified by corner.


Joseph SNAVELY Rev.

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Note from Elva Bishop, San Diego, CA: Joseph Snavely and some of hischildren became estrange d over the question of slavery and the CivilWar.  Joseph had strong feelings against slavery .  Most of the Snavely'sfought for the Confederacy, including Joseph's cousins and his son-in -lawA.W. Paxton.  In his later years, he became a minister and went to FloydCounty, Kentucky , to preach the gospel.
    Joseph's middle name may be Hicks, according to a note written byClara Hill Carner.


George SNAVELY

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1  PROP
2  DATE 30 JUN 1864
2  PLAC Appraisal, Book 4, p. 37
1  PROP
2  DATE 1 JUL 1864
2  PLAC Book 4, p. 38.

1. 1850 Census Smyth County, Virginia
Smyth  976-220   Husband    George  59     Virginia     1791
Smyth  976-220   Wife                        Susan   58     Pennsylvania 1792
Smyth  976-220   Daughter  Susan        20     Virginia     1830
Smyth  976-220   Son                        George W 18     Virginia     1832
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Sally   17     Virginia     1833
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Catharine15     Virginia     1835
Smyth 976-220  Daughter   Nancy J  11     Virginia     1839

2. When the estate of George's father was settled in 1837, George received his father's 276 a cres in Crow Hollow.

3. He died of typhiod fever.


Susannah WASSUM

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1. 1850 Census Smyth County, Virginia
Smyth  976-220   Husband    George  59     Virginia     1791
Smyth  976-220   Wife                        Susan   58     Pennsylvania 1792
Smyth  976-220   Daughter  Susan        20     Virginia     1830
Smyth  976-220   Son                        George W 18     Virginia     1832
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Sally   17     Virginia     1833
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Catharine15     Virginia     1835
Smyth 976-220  Daughter   Nancy J  11     Virginia     1839


Susannah SNAVELY

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1. 1850 Census Smyth County, Virginia
Smyth  976-220   Husband    George  59     Virginia     1791
Smyth  976-220   Wife                        Susan   58     Pennsylvania 1792
Smyth  976-220   Daughter  Susan        20     Virginia     1830
Smyth  976-220   Son                        George W 18     Virginia     1832
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Sally   17     Virginia     1833
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Catharine15     Virginia     1835
Smyth 976-220  Daughter   Nancy J  11     Virginia     1839


George Washington SNAVELY

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1. 1850 Census Smyth County, Virginia
Smyth  976-220   Husband    George  59     Virginia     1791
Smyth  976-220   Wife                        Susan   58     Pennsylvania 1792
Smyth  976-220   Daughter  Susan        20     Virginia     1830
Smyth  976-220   Son                        George W 18     Virginia     1832
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Sally   17     Virginia     1833
Smyth  976-220   Daughter   Catharine15     Virginia     1835
Smyth 976-220  Daughter   Nancy J  11     Virginia     1839


Arthur Webster PAXTON

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1  _MILT
2  DATE 14 SEP 1861
2  PLAC Sergeant, Co. L, 50th Virginia Cavalry, CSA
1  _MILT
2  DATE 15 JUL 1863
2  PLAC Private, 2nd Co. E, 21st Virginia Cavalry, CSA


Other children are listed in a FamilySearch Ancestral File: Charles Ward Gaines, Ida Belle, A ugusta Rogers and Ada Gaye Paxton.
Source: Wayne Paxton Wilson, 1249 Chatea Drive, San Jose, CA 95120


William James PAXTON

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1  _MDCL Treated by a "quack", Dr. Davis


James Vance SNAVELY

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James' middle name is Vance.


Joseph Hicks SNAVELY

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Clara's notes indicate his middle name is Hicks.  His children are listed as James, May, Glad ys, and Margaret