Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


David O. WILKERSON

Abernathy, Margaret - #I1606, b: 1839
Sp: Wilkinson, David O - #F534
Wilkinson, Lizzie - #I1621
Wilkinson, John - #I1622
Wilkinson, Hampton - #I1623
Wilkinson, Marion - #I1624
Wilkinson, Ida - #I1625


Margaret ABERNATHY

Abernathy, Margaret - #I1606, b: 1839
Sp: Wilkinson, David O - #F534
Wilkinson, Lizzie - #I1621
Wilkinson, John - #I1622
Wilkinson, Hampton - #I1623
Wilkinson, Marion - #I1624
Wilkinson, Ida - #I1625


Jacob ABERNATHY

Abernathy, Jacob - #I1613
Sp: Goodson, Malinda - #F530
Abernathy, Miles P - #I1615, b: 1869
Sp: Lehmons, Frances - #F531
Sp: Beal, Minnie Dora - #F532
Abernathy, Forney F - #I1616, b: 1871
Sp: Keener, Florence - #F533


Melinda GOODSON

Abernathy, Jacob - #I1613
Sp: Goodson, Malinda - #F530
Abernathy, Miles P - #I1615, b: 1869
Sp: Lehmons, Frances - #F531
Sp: Beal, Minnie Dora - #F532
Abernathy, Forney F - #I1616, b: 1871
Sp: Keener, Florence - #F533

LINCOLN COUNTY, NC - CEMETERIES - Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery
Abernethy, Jacob, b. March 27, 1847, d. November 17, 1924, father
Abernethy, Malinda Goodson, b. November 10, 1846, d. August 14, 1925,
wife of Jacob Abernethy


Benjamin GOODSON

SC Civil War Preacher

Was in Gen. Andrew Jackson's army and in the battle of Horse Shoe, and other Indian Battles and the Battle of New Orleans.
Source-Goodson Book
www.goodson-family.com

http://www.mindspring.com/~egoodson/genealogy/goodson/d0001/g0000070.htm#I2780
...of South Carolina. He was a Methodist Preacher and lived to be at least 100 years old.

Family 1: ? ?
Emily GOODSON
David GOODSON
Wesley Williams GOODSON
James GOODSON
William GOODSON
Joshua GOODSON
Aaron GOODSON
Ezekial GOODSON
Benjamin GOODSON
Caleb GOODSON
William J. GOODSON
Moses GOODSON


Rebecca TROUTMAN

Troutman, Rebecca - #I1400, b: 1839
Sp: Huneycut, Andrew - #F1408
Huneycut, Adolphus - #I6627
Sp: Finger - #F1419
Huneycut, Samuel - #I6628
Sp: Finger - #F1409
Huneycut, Elmyra - #I6629
Huneycut, Jackson - #I6630
Sp: Caldwell, Lawson - #F1410
Caldwell, Joseph - #I6624
Caldwell, Margaret - #I6625


Rebecca TROUTMAN

Troutman, Rebecca - #I1400, b: 1839
Sp: Huneycut, Andrew - #F1408
Huneycut, Adolphus - #I6627
Sp: Finger - #F1419
Huneycut, Samuel - #I6628
Sp: Finger - #F1409
Huneycut, Elmyra - #I6629
Huneycut, Jackson - #I6630
Sp: Caldwell, Lawson - #F1410
Caldwell, Joseph - #I6624
Caldwell, Margaret - #I6625


Rebecca TROUTMAN

Troutman, Rebecca - #I1400, b: 1839
Sp: Huneycut, Andrew - #F1408
Huneycut, Adolphus - #I6627
Sp: Finger - #F1419
Huneycut, Samuel - #I6628
Sp: Finger - #F1409
Huneycut, Elmyra - #I6629
Huneycut, Jackson - #I6630
Sp: Caldwell, Lawson - #F1410
Caldwell, Joseph - #I6624
Caldwell, Margaret - #I6625


Lawson CALDWELL

Alsey Note:
Lawson volunteered for service in the Civil War on 19 March 1862 at the age of 23. His occupation was listed as farmer and his height was 5' 6". He was
mustered in at Camp Mangum on 17 April 1862 and assigned to Co. I, 49th.
Regiment NC Infantry. He died of disease at Drury's Bluff near Richmond,VA on 21 August 1862. His widow, Rebecca Caldwell's name appears on a Register of Claims of deceased soldiers in Washington, DC.

Children
Joseph B. CALDWELL b: 11 SEP 1853
Margarete CALDWELL b: 28 NOV 1860


Rebecca TROUTMAN

Troutman, Rebecca - #I1400, b: 1839
Sp: Huneycut, Andrew - #F1408
Huneycut, Adolphus - #I6627
Sp: Finger - #F1419
Huneycut, Samuel - #I6628
Sp: Finger - #F1409
Huneycut, Elmyra - #I6629
Huneycut, Jackson - #I6630
Sp: Caldwell, Lawson - #F1410
Caldwell, Joseph - #I6624
Caldwell, Margaret - #I6625