(7) (Major) GOODE b: ABT. 1733 in the Rappahannock River area of Virginia Mother: UNKNOWN Marriage 1 ELIZABETH HALBERT b:
ABT. 1776 in Surry Co., NC Married: 29 DEC 1796 in Stokes Co., NC (date of bond) 3 Children Mary "Polly" GOODE b: 26 DEC 1797
in Stokes Co., NC Nathan GOODE b: ABT. 1800 in Stokes Co., NC HALBERT GOODE b: BET. 1800 - 1810 in Stokes Co., NC, or Henry
Co., KY Milton GOODE b: 4 FEB 1808 in Kentucky Richard GOODE b: 23 FEB 1810 in Henry Co., KY William GOODE b: 14 MAR 1813
in Williamson Co., TN Charles B. Jr. GOODE b: ABT. 1817 in Henry Co., KY (or Tennessee?) Elizabeth Rebecca GOODE b: ABT. 1821
in Williamson Co., TN Margaret Ann "Peggy" GOODE b: 1818 in Tennessee Joseph GOODE b: in Alabama Sources: Title: LDS Ancestral
File(s) Repository: Call Number: Media: Other Page: AF96-108594, Richard C. Endsley, Perrysburg, OH 43551 Title: Virginia
Cousins: A Study of the Ancestry and Posterity of John Goode of Whitby, a Virginia Colonist of the Seventeenth Century Author:
George Brown Goode Publication: Richmond, VA: by the author, 1887; reprint, Bridgewater, VA: 1963, 1967; reprint, Harrisonburg,
VA: C.J. Carrier Co., 1974, 1981, 1994 Note: complete sub-title: A Study of the Ancestry and Posterity of John Goode of Whitby,
a Virginia Colonist of the Seventeenth Century, with Notes upon Related Families, a Key to Southern Genealogy and a History
of the English Surname Gode, Goad, Goode or Good from 1148 to 1887 Repository: Note: Family Tree Maker's GenealogyLibrary.com
Call Number: Media: Book Page: 137, 267-68 Title: Index to Marriage Bonds Filed in the North Carolina State Archives Publication:
Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1977 Note: first abstracted by the WPA; Ancestry.com, comp.,
North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000; database online) Repository: Call Number: Media:
Book Page: Book 1, p.115, bond #138890 Text: CHARLES GOODE and ELIS HALBERT, bond dated Dec. 29, 1796, Stokes Co., NC, bondsman,
Wm. JEAN, witness, C L
Name: CHARLES B. Sr. GOODE
Sex: M Birth: ABT. 1774 in Surry Co., NC
Death: BEF. 2 MAY 1835 in Rogersville, Lauderdale Co.,
1 2 Note: 1796, Dec. 29, Stokes Co., NC, marriage bond,
Charles B. GOODE and Elizabeth HALBERT. --courtesy S.M.T., Nov. 29, 1999 1800 Stokes Co., NC, census, Charles GOOD, p.555,
10010-10100-01 (not yet verified) 1800, Charles & his brother-in-law, Perry FLYNT (md. Martha HALBERT, Elizabeth's sister),
traveled to Lincoln Co., TN (per Jim Frost). 1801, named in his father's will, Major Richard GOODE. War of 1812, Charles GOODE
in 8th Regiment (Wilcox's) KY militia. 1802-1814, Charles on Henry Co., KY, tax lists. 1810 Henry Co., KY, census, Charles
GOODE, p.358, 40010-11010-01 (not yet verified) Williamson Co., TN, Court Records: 1815 Oct. 3, Charles GOODE witnessed a
deed between John C. McLemore and John Bostick for land on Arrington Creek. 1818 April 27, Charles GOODE bought items from
John D. Hill's estate sale. 1818 May 19, Nathan GOODE bought items from John D. Hill's estate sale. 1818 Oct., Nathan GOODE
bought items from John Dyer's estate.
1819 May 5, Charles GOODE bought 266 acres on Arrington
Creek from Andrew Kaigler for $2349.16; witnesses, Rich W. Hyde, David Shannon, & John D. Shannon, registered 2 Nov 1819.
1820 Feb. 9, Charles GOODE sold 161 acres on Arrington
Creek to John Swancy for $1207.05; witnesses, Nath'l Peay, James McKnight, & John D. Shannon, registered 24 May 1820.
1820 Williamson Co., TN, census, Charles GOODE, p.__,
221201-21010 (not yet verified) Lincoln Co., TN, Court Records: 1822 Jan. 30, Thomas Hill vs Charles GOODE; defendant confessed
that he owes plaintiff $280.19 with damages.
1822 July 15, Charles GOODE to work on road; Daniel HALBERT,
overseer. Limestone Co., AL,
Court Records: 1830 March 11, Charles GOODE bought 48
acres from the State of AL in the NW4, Sec. 6, Twp. 3S, Range 6W (in the SE junction of the Elk & TN Rivers).
1830 Limestone Co., AL, census, Charles GOOD, p.23, no
Twp. listed 1836 July 2, Nathan GOODE bought 40 acres from the state located just across the river in the E2 SE4, Sec. 29,
Twp. 2S, Range 6W. Lauderdale Co., AL, Court Records: 1835 May 2, sale of Charles B. GOODE's estate (see envelope 818 &
Inventory Book A, 1833-1835, p.65). --courtesy Mike Anthis, Dec. 1, 1999 James Lynn "Lynn" Parham, Huntsville, AL 35816 http://fly.hiwaay.net:8000/~lparham/index.html
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ G. Brown Goode, Virginia Cousins (1887), p.137 (138) 350 1/2.
C. B. GOODE, of Lauderdale Co., Ala., probably son of No. 128 [Benjamin] or 131 [Philemon], was born 1790-1800, moved to Williamson
Co., Tenn., and thence 1825, to Lauderdale Co., Ala. Son:-- 1004, WILLIAM, of Lauderdale Co., Ala., has son, Charles, a planter
of Rodgersville, Ala., 1885. G. Brown Goode, Virginia Cousins (1887), pp.267-68 (229-30) THE RAPPAHANNOCK GOODES. 1004. WILLIAM
GOODE, of Lauderdale Co., Ala., son of Charles B. Goode, No. 350 1/2 was born in Williamson Co., Tenn., Mar. 14, 1813, and
died Sept 18, 1885. He removed with his parents to Alabama, about 1827. Children:-- .. 2940, CHARLES GOODE, planter, of Rodgersville
Ala. .. 2941, THOMAS, b. 1857. .. 2942, JESSE, b. Sept. 17, 1852. 1004-A. HALBERT GOODE, of Limestone Co., Ala., a planter,
son of No. 350 1/2. 1004-B. MILTON GOODE, of Limestone Co., Ala., son of No. 350 1/2 died about 1874. Several Children. 1004-C.
NATHAN GOODE, of Mississippi, son of No. 350 1/2 was killed in the war. A Soldier C.S.A. 1004-D. CHARLES GOODE, of Union Co.,
Ala. [should read Ark.], son of No. 350 1/2, removed from Alabama before the war. He was murdered by Arkansas outlaws about
1883. 1004-E. RICHARD GOODE, of Union Co., Arkansas, son of No. 350 1/2, removed from Alabama before the war. Died about 1883.
1004-F. MARY GOODE, daughter of No. 350 1/2, married MR. SHANNON, and removed from Alabama to Otto, Stone Co., Mo. 1004-G.
REBECCA GOODE, daughter of No. 350 1/2, married MR. HUDSON, of Three Creeks, Union Co., Ark. 1004-H. PEGGY GOODE, daughter
of No. 350 1/2, married JOHN HUDSON, of Three Creeks, Union Co., Ark. 1004-I. JOSEPH GOODE, who lived before the war near
Point Rock, Madison Co., Ala., was a half-brother of No. 350 1/2.