Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families




Facts about this person:

Leeper's Creek, Lincoln Co., NC

Margaretha FINGER


Facts about this person:

Leeper's Creek, Lincoln Co., NC


John Goodson (Lincoln 376) 1810 Census of NC.

Frances BEAL

Died: 30 AUG 1831  - of typhoid fever

Elizabeth GOODSON

died as a young woman


died as young woman

Richard BANDY

five children with first wife

also married Elizabeth Moss, aft 1758, VA - three more children

Richard Solomon BANDY

detached George Bandy b. 1750 until dates verified


In 1755, Avy Bandy (75, 14-38) is listed in the Cumberland County, Virginia church records as the perhaps deceased parent of Thomas (75, 15-74) (1740's-?) and George (192, 16-373) (1750-1822) who apparently were orphaned minors being bound out as apprentices. The first name of the individual is not clearly legible, and may be something other than Avy. Nevertheless, references here to the name are as Avy. Avy could be the brother or sister-in-law of Richard, above. One possibility is that Avy was the widow of Solomon, the twin or Richard of family tradition (See Chapter 2). Another possibility is that Avy is related to the Eastern Shore or the Talbot County, Maryland group (See Chapter 1). Avy's son George married Christina Slinkard (192, 16-374) (1750-1830) in 1775, and they moved to Burke County and Lincoln County (now Catawba County), North Carolina around 1786. What happened to Thomas is unknown. The writer has considered several theories including the possibility that Avy’s Thomas is the Thomas who settled Tazewell County, Virginia. As for now, Thomas’ fate remains a mystery. Nevertheless, because Tazewell County records indicate that the original settler was a Thomas, this book lists Avy’s son as the original Thomas of Tazewell County.
source: The Bandy Family In Early America,by Dale Bandy,
Second Ed. Fall 1999

Thomas BANDY

a Sergent in the War of 1812, moved to Lincoln County, NC, then to Lawrence County, AR in 1833.


Note: {0790} M license says Gooding.
{0792} Her last name may be Craig.
{0796} D 15Oct1854.
Source: (Birth)
Title: {0790} The History of the Bandy Clan
Author: Bandy, Dr. Allen Hill, Sr
Note: AlphOmega Publishing 1980
Source: (Individual)
Title: {0792} Private Papers
Author: Cook, Arlene (Mrs. Wayne)
Source: (Individual)
Title: {0796} Correspondence With Bandys, 1910 & Subsequent
Author: Ballard, John McDowell
Note: Dr. Allen Bandy, Newton, NC
Birth: 23 Jun 1793 {1401} NC
Given Name: Rebecca
Death: 15 Apr 1855 {1617} Batesville, Independence City AR
Reference: E17-0532

Rebecca Goodson and Thomas Bandy
  Author: JC Brown  Date: 30 Sep 2001 11:43 PM GMT, Surnames: Goodson, Rebecca Goodson's ancestors. She was married to Thomas Bandy on Oct. 18, 1809. They lived in North Carolina in 1810, 1820, and 1830. Then in Arkansas in 1840 and 1850.

Would like to exchange info.
Re: Rebecca Goodson/ Thomas Bandy
Posted by: Betty L. Wilson Twite Date: June 29, 1999 at 22:40:11
In Reply to: Re: Rebecca Goodson/ Thomas Bandy by Betty L. Wilson Twite  of 723  
Marilyn, I do not know ANYTHING about my Rebecca Goodson who married Thomas Bandy. I would love to have more info about this. My Bandy ancestors were also in Lincoln CO.NC Thomas Bandy, Son of George "Pioneer" Bandy was born on Oct. 1, 1784, in either Virginia or Lincoln County, N.C.> in that portion of Lincoln that in 1842 became Catawba (in that part which is now Caldwell Township in the Co)
On the 18th day of October, 1809, he filed bond for license to wed Miss Rebecca Goodson (The name written in the record Gooding). Rebecca was b June 23, 1793, and died April 15, 1855. One of the dtrs. of Thomas and Rebecca, Nancy Hider Bandy (a Twin) was my gg grandmother. my E-mail is Let me hear from you

Daniel Pinkney BANDY

died watching a boat launch in Batesville, Arkansas by being struck with a piece of timber.

Jacob (Oliver) Rice FORTENBERRY

one daughter - Rebecca Fortenberry: married a Massey

Nancy Hider BANDY

one daughter - Rebecca Fortenberry: married a Massey

Charles A. WARE

10 children

Susan Maranda BANDY

10 children

Robert Sidney BANDY

Robert Bandy served in the 1st Volunteer Company F and the 38th Infantry, Company D as a Sergent. He died in Warner, Oklahoma. They had three children. When brother-in-law Jacob Fortenberry wanted to sell the family Bible, Catherine hid it. That Bible contained much of the information regrading George and Christina’s family that is reported here.

Malinda Harriet BANDY

children: Marcus, Henry, Butler, Willie, Adolphus