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Engaged in the Battle at Ramseurs Mill and
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Battle of Guilford and at Eutaw Springs

On my mothers side My 4th Great Grandfather was a Captian Major
He engaged in the battle at Ramseurs Mill.

He was at the Battle of Guilford and at Eutaw Springs.

He was second major in Battle of Guilford

He was even called to the Whitehouse.

Dated Apr 23, 1801
Wythe County, VA

Major Richard and Rebecca (YOUNG) GOODE and their family left their home in Stokes Co., NC in early 1801 to relocate in Kentucky. While on the trail, Richard broke his leg and, soon after, gangrene set in. He wrote his will on April 23, 1801 in Wythe County, VA and by early June he died. Rebecca and the children continued on to Kentucky, settling in Henry County. In December, 1802, their daughter, Dicey, married William BARTLETT and in 1804 daughter Margaret married Henry (Harry) BARTLETT, son of Thomas BARTLETT and Mary FOSTER. Richard's will was filed in both Wythe Co., VA and Henry Co., KY.

GOODE, Richard (Capt.; Maj.) W8855
Declaration of Rebecca Goode Henry Co., KY, 11 Jan. 1837 aged about 85 She has been a resident of Henry County, KY, for the last 34 or 35 years. Her maiden name was Rebecca Young. She was born in Stokes County, NC, where she married at the house of her father to Richard Goode. She and Richard resided in Stokes County during the Revolution. For about seven years, the whole period of the war, Richard was so frequently called from home and engaged in the service of his country that his farming and other home business was entirely neglected to her. The duty of attending to such matters devolved exclusively upon Rebecca. He served in the aggregate at least four years. Richards first service was a tour against the Tories on the Santee and Yadkin Rivers for three months. He was the captain of a volunteer company.
Richard afterwards served as a major. In a tour as such he was engaged in the battle at Ramseurs Mill.
He was a major in most occasions when he was called out.
He was at the Battle of Guilford and at Eutaw Springs. He left home as a major destined for Georgia and did not return for nine months. She thinks he was in regular service part of the time but is not certain. He often served as a militia officer and sometimes as a volunteer officer. He was called into service by General Rutherford in fall of 1778 and was absent from home for nearly nine months and was taken sick and came home. He was a major for all of the time except three months service as a captain.
Richard Goode died in 1800 as they were moving to Kentucky. Rebecca has had general bad health for the last three years. She believes William Lorance and Leonard K. Bradley are still alive and can prove Richards service.
North Carolina State Comptrollers Office, 17 Oct. 1851, cetify records of payment of military services of Richard Goode:
Book F, No. 2, p. 19 Capt. Richard Goode, Dec. 1777; p. 46, 1776; p. 51, 1776; p. 76, Jan. 1777.
Book F, John Ashe Southern Treasurer page 3, paid Captain Richard Goode pay of 2 militia soldiers, April 20, 1778 Book F, p. 20, 178, 24, payments.
Vol. 1, old series, Book No. 2 Col. Joseph Williams of Surry County Regiment, page 18, payments for services rendered in expedition against Scotch Tories or Insurgents, Jan. & Feb. 1776 at Moores Creek, Richard Goode Cptain 30 days 7/6 L11S5.
Comptroller also certifies that the troops of this state were marched against the Cherokee Indians in 1778.
File contains folded document dated Feb. 15, 1779, signed by Griffith Rutherford, addressed on outside: For Maj. Goode at the White House ***
Febry 15th 1779 Sir/s by General Lincolns Orders, * send to the ade of the two Sisters on Capt with the officers Necessery & 50 privits You will be Vigilent in casting Ball. You are to make no more cartridges but what is necessary for the troops under youre command. I ame to define that you be carefull Directing the officers under you, you are to sennd a gard to that post, above the two sisters, I am stationed at *ubleys Ferry & General Lincoln has given me orders to move the Rum at the Sisters to some safe place some distance from the place. You are to move it about 5 or 6 miles off. One wagon you are to send * to agusta to Col. Little with the Baggage for them troops. Send it as quick as possable, if the * Mi** is not past you send send the waggan with *. I Remine * your Humble Sert. Griffith Rutherford
To Majr Goode Aff. of Joseph Banner, Stokes Co., NC, 20 Dec. 1837 Joseph, a pensioner, aged 87, knows of Capt. Richard Goodes service. Richard married Rebecca Young, a daughter of Benjamin Young. Joseph was well acquainted with Richard and Rebecca before and after the Revolution as they were his nighbors on Townfork, a little river in Surry (now Stokes). He was not at their wedding but it was publicly known that they were married by Gray Bynum, Esq., an acting justice of the peace about 1776. Banner served as one of the private soldiers under Capt. Goode until they marched to the Long Islands of Holston River when Capt. Goode was appointed adjutant of Col. Jo Williams Regiment and Thomas Evans as Captain proceeded westwardly to the Indian Towns, destroyed them, and capitulated with the Chiefs of the Tribe and then returned home. Goode commanded a company as captain against the Scotch insurgents at and near Fayetteville, NC at least two months (this tour preceded the Long Islands tour). After the Cherokee expedition, Goode commanded a company that was raised for a five months tour and marched towards the South in company with several of Banners neighbors and near relatives. Goode was very much esteemed by all who served under and with him. Towards the end of the war he was commissioned a major; he was a militia officer the whole war.
Aff. of Ephraim Banner, Stokes Co., NC, 20 Dec. 1837. Aged 84, res. of Stokes, and a pensioner. Ephraim swears that Joseph Banners account is true. Ephraim was security on the bond for the marriage license for Richard Goode to marry Rebecca Young, daughter of Benjamin Young, in 1776. Richard and Rebecca had sons and daughters before they started to remove to Kentucky. Ephraim understood that Major Goode died on the road before he reached the intended place of destination.
Aff. of The Widdow Martha Blackburn Stokes Co., NC. She well remembers that Gray Bynum, J.P., married her cousin Richard Goode and her brother Thomas Goode on the same day, Richard to Rebecca Young, daughter of Benjamin Young, and her brother to Nancy Beazley in either 1776 or 1778. [Note: did not copy all of this affidavit].
* Other affidavits not copied include William Young, Peter Force or Forie, pensioner, William Lorance .
Goode is referred to in the files of Benjamin, Ephraim, and Joseph Banner and of William Merritt. Sarah, widow of Joseph Banner, states Goode was a resident of Surry County.
Richard was second major in Battle of Guilford, mentioned in Adam Binkley file. W8855 soldier lived on Townfork White, p. 1376.

Descendants of Richard (Capt.; Maj.) Goode

 

Generation No. 1

1. RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5 GOODE (RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1749 in Rappahannock River Area, [county], Virginia, USA, and died 1800 in Abingdon, Wythe, Virginia, USA. He married (1) UNKNOWN. He married (2) REBECCA YOUNG 1776 in Surry, [county], North Carolina, USA. She was born 1752 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and died 15 Sep 1842 in Henry, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.) GOODE:

GOODE, Richard (Capt.; Maj.) W8855

Declaration of Rebecca Goode – Henry Co., KY, 11 Jan. 1837 – aged about 85 – She has been a resident of Henry County, KY, for the last 34 or 35 years. Her maiden name was Rebecca Young. She was born in Stokes County, NC, where she married at the house of her father to Richard Goode. She and Richard resided in Stokes County during the Revolution. For about seven years, the whole period of the war, Richard was so frequently called from home and engaged in the service of his country that his farming and other home business was entirely neglected to her. The duty of attending to such matters devolved exclusively upon Rebecca. He served in the aggregate at least four years.

Richard’s first service was a tour against the Tories on the Santee and Yadkin Rivers for three months. He was the captain of a volunteer company.

Richard afterwards served as a major. In a tour as such he was engaged in the battle at Ramseurs Mill. He was a major in most occasions when he was called out. He was at the Battle of Guilford and at Eutaw Springs. He left home as a major destined for Georgia and did not return for nine months. She thinks he was in regular service part of the time but is not certain. He often served as a militia officer and sometimes as a volunteer officer. He was called into service by General Rutherford in fall of 1778 and was absent from home for nearly nine months and was taken sick and came home. He was a major for all of the time except three months service as a captain.

Richard Goode died in 1800 as they were moving to Kentucky. Rebecca has had general bad health for the last three years.

She believes William Lorance and Leonard K. Bradley are still alive and can prove Richard’s service.

North Carolina State Comptrollers Office, 17 Oct. 1851, cetify records of payment of military services of Richard Goode:

Book F, No. 2, p. 19 Capt. Richard Goode, Dec. 1777; p. 46, 1776; p. 51, 1776; p. 76, Jan. 1777.

Book F, John Ashe Southern Treasurer page 3, paid Captain Richard Goode pay of 2 militia soldiers, April 20, 1778 Book F, p. 20, 178, 24, payments.

Vol. 1, old series, Book No. 2 – Col. Joseph Williams of Surry County Regiment, page 18, payments for services rendered in expedition against Scotch Tories or Insurgents, Jan. & Feb. 1776 at Moore’s Creek, "Richard Goode Cptain 30 days 7/6 L11S5.

Comptroller also certifies that the troops of this state were marched against the Cherokee Indians in 1778.

File contains folded document dated Feb. 15, 1779, signed by Griffith Rutherford, addressed on outside: For Maj. Goode at the White House ***

Febry 15th 1779 Sir/s by General Lincolns Orders, * send to the ade of the two Sisters on Capt with the officers Necessery & 50 privits You will be Vigilent in casting Ball. You are to make no more cartridges but what is necessary for the troops under youre command. I ame to define that you be carefull Directing the officers under you, you are to sennd a gard to that post, above the two sisters, I am stationed at *ubleys Ferry & General Lincoln has given me orders to move the Rum at the Sisters to some safe place some distance from the place. You are to move it about 5 or 6 miles off. One wagon you are to send * to agusta to Col. Little with the Baggage for them troops. Send it as quick as possable, if the * Mi** is not past you send send the waggan with *. I Remine * your Humble Sert. Griffith Rutherford

To Majr Goode Aff. of Joseph Banner, Stokes Co., NC, 20 Dec. 1837 – Joseph, a pensioner, aged 87, knows of Capt. Richard Goode’s service. Richard married Rebecca Young, a daughter of Benjamin Young. Joseph was well acquainted with Richard and Rebecca before and after the Revolution as they were his nighbors on Townfork, a little river in Surry (now Stokes). He was not at their wedding but it was publicly known that they were married by Gray Bynum, Esq., an acting justice of the peace about 1776. Banner served as one of the private soldiers under Capt. Goode until they marched to the Long Islands of Holston River when Capt. Goode was appointed adjutant of Col. Jo Williams Regiment and Thomas Evans as Captain proceeded westwardly to the Indian Towns, destroyed them, and capitulated with the Chiefs of the Tribe and then returned home. Goode commanded a company as captain against the Scotch insurgents at and near Fayetteville, NC at least two months (this tour preceded the Long Islands tour). After the Cherokee expedition, Goode commanded a company that was raised for a five months tour and marched towards the South in company with several of Banner’s neighbors and near relatives. Goode was very much esteemed by all who served under and with him. Towards the end of the war he was commissioned a major; he was a militia officer the whole war.

Aff. of Ephraim Banner, Stokes Co., NC, 20 Dec. 1837. Aged 84, res. of Stokes, and a pensioner. Ephraim swears that Joseph Banner’s account is true. Ephraim was security on the bond for the marriage license for Richard Goode to marry Rebecca Young, daughter of Benjamin Young, in 1776. Richard and Rebecca had sons and daughters before they started to remove to Kentucky. Ephraim understood that Major Goode "died on the road before he reached the intended place of destination."

Aff. of "The Widdow" Martha Blackburn – Stokes Co., NC. – She well remembers that Gray Bynum, J.P., married her cousin Richard Goode and her brother Thomas Goode on the same day, Richard to Rebecca Young, daughter of Benjamin Young, and her brother to Nancy Beazley in either 1776 or 1778. [Note: did not copy all of this affidavit].

* Other affidavits not copied include William Young, Peter Force or Forie, pensioner, William Lorance

. Goode is referred to in the files of Benjamin, Ephraim, and Joseph Banner and of William Merritt. Sarah, widow of Joseph Banner, states Goode was a resident of Surry County.

Richard was second major in Battle of Guilford, mentioned in Adam Binkley file.

W8855 – soldier lived on "Townfork" – White, p. 1376.

 

 

 

Henry County, Kentucky Will Records for 1800 to July 1821

Source Page: 17

Richard Goode

My wife, Rebecca My daughter, Betsy Jean My son, Charles My daughter, Anne My daughter, Dice My daughter, Margaret My son, Joel My son, Samuel My wife, Peter Forde and John Jeans , Exe. Witnesses: Nicholas Pewter and Sybill Jean Probated: October 1801

ID: I1196

Name: RICHARD (7) (Major) GOODE

Sex: M

Birth: ABT. 1733 in the Rappahannock River area of Virginia

Death: 1801 in Abingdon, Wythe (now Washington) Co., VA 1

Note:

Richard was 11 years old when his father died.

1756 July 13: roster of Capt. Robert Spotswood includes Richard GOOD, age 23 (b. 1733), born in VA, enlisted from Caroline County.

Richard fought with distinction at Braddock's Defeat in 1759; rose from Captain to Major in the Continental Army, 1775; served in the Battle of Guilford Court House in NC, and in operations about Fort Duquesne in present-day western PA. He was sheriff of Stokes Co., NC, 1777-1778, and 1786.

The most published and erroneous of all the accounts of our GOODE family was caused by the ready-made packets once sent out by the Rev. War pension record dept. in Washington, DC. Violet K. Young of North Carolina stayed after them until they gave her the actual copies of testimony, which reflect the real relationship of Major Richard GOODE and Martha GOODE BLACKBURN, sister of Thomas GOODE, Jr., and as Martha said in her statement, she is a cousin of Major Richard GOODE.

Thomas GOODE, Jr., had a younger brother named Richard, but he did not marry and a land division made in Stokes Co., NC, Sept. 11, 1819, almost 20 years after Major Richard GOODE died, names Thomas' siblings which include Timothy GOODE, Elener DALTON, Martha BLACKBURN, Edward GOODE, George GOODE, William GOODE, and Thomas GOODE, Jr. Elenor "Nelly" md. 1) January 4, 1798, to William MARTIN. (Courtesy Mike Anthis, Dec. 1, 1999)

1771, 1772, 1775, 1776, 1778, Surry Co., NC, tax lists, Richard GOODE / GOOD

1786, Surry Co., NC, Colonial census, p.3, Winston's District, Richard GOODE

Stokes Co., NC, formed 1789 from Surry Co., which was formed in 1771 from Rowan.

1790 Stokes Co., NC, census index, p.180, 02 02 04 00 00, Richard GOODE

1790 Stokes Co., NC, census index, p.180, 02 00 02 00 00, Richard GOODE

1790 Stokes Co., NC, census index, p.180, 01 00 00 00 00, George GOODE

1800 Stokes Co., NC, census index, p.554, 11101-01201-09, Richard GOODE

George Brown Goode, Virginia Cousins (Richmond, VA: by the author, 1887; reprint, Bridgewater / Harrisonburg, VA: C.J. Carrier Co., 1963-1994)

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Revolutionary War Pension Applications, Stokes and Surry Counties, NC, abstracted by Elizabeth Osenbaugh. http://users.erols.com/fmoran/stokes/revintro.html

GOODE, Richard (Capt.; Maj.) W8855. Declaration of Rebecca GOODE – Henry Co., KY, 11 Jan. 1837 – aged about 85 – She has been a resident of Henry County, KY, for the last 34 or 35 years. Her maiden name was Rebecca YOUNG. She was born in Stokes County, NC, where she married at the house of her father to Richard GOODE. She and Richard resided in Stokes County during the Revolution. For about seven years, the whole period of the war, Richard was so frequently called from home and engaged in the service of his country that his farming and other home business was entirely neglected to her. The duty of attending to such matters devolved exclusively upon Rebecca. He served in the aggregate at least four years. Richard’s first service was a tour against the Tories on the Santee and Yadkin Rivers for three months. He was the captain of a volunteer company. Richard afterwards served as a major. In a tour as such he was engaged in the battle at Ramseurs Mill. He was a major in most occasions when he was called out. He was at the Battle of Guilford and at Eutaw Springs. He left home as a major destined for Georgia and did not return for nine months. She thinks he was in regular service part of the time but is not certain. He often served as a militia officer and sometimes as a volunteer officer. He was called into service by General RUTHERFORD in fall of 1778 and was absent from home for nearly nine months and was taken sick and came home. He was a major for all of the time except three months service as a captain.

Richard GOODE died in 1800 as they were moving to Kentucky. Rebecca has had general bad health for the last three years. She believes William Lorance and Leonard K. Bradley are still alive and can prove Richard’s service.

North Carolina State Comptrollers Office, 17 Oct. 1851, certify records of payment of military services of Richard Goode: Book F, No. 2, p.19 Capt. Richard GOODE, Dec. 1777; p.46, 1776; p.51, 1776; p.76, Jan. 1777. Book F, John Ashe Southern Treasurer p.3, paid Captain Richard GOODE pay of 2 militia soldiers, April 20, 1778, Book F, p.20, 178, 24, payments. Vol. 1, old series, Book No. 2 – Col. Joseph Williams of Surry County Regiment, p.18, payments for services rendered in expedition against Scotch Tories or Insurgents, Jan. & Feb. 1776 at Moore’s Creek, "Richard GOODE Cptain 30 days 7/6 L11S5. Comptroller also certifies that the troops of this state were marched against the Cherokee Indians in 1778.

File contains folded document dated Feb. 15, 1779, signed by Griffith RUTHERFORD, addressed on outside: For Maj. GOODE at the White House *** Febry 15th 1779 Sir/s by General Lincolns Orders, * send to the ade of the two Sisters on Capt with the officers Necessery & 50 privits You will be Vigilent in casting Ball. You are to make no more cartridges but what is necessary for the troops under youre command. I ame to define that you be carefull Directing the officers under you, you are to sennd a gard to that post, above the two sisters, I am stationed at *ubleys Ferry & General Lincoln has given me orders to move the Rum at the Sisters to some safe place some distance from the place. You are to move it about 5 or 6 miles off. One wagon you are to send * to agusta to Col. Little with the Baggage for them troops. Send it as quick as possable, if the * Mi** is not past you send send the waggan with *. I Remine * your Humble Sert. Griffith RUTHERFORD

To Majr GOODE Aff. of Joseph Banner, Stokes Co., NC, 20 Dec. 1837 – Joseph, a pensioner, aged 87, knows of Capt. Richard GOODE’s service. Richard married Rebecca YOUNG, a daughter of Benjamin YOUNG. Joseph was well acquainted with Richard and Rebecca before and after the Revolution as they were his neighbors on Townfork, a little river in Surry (now Stokes). He was not at their wedding but it was publicly known that they were married by Gray Bynum, Esq., an acting justice of the peace about 1776. Banner served as one of the private soldiers under Capt. GOODE until they marched to the Long Islands of Holston River when Capt. GOODE was appointed adjutant of Col. Jo Williams Regiment and Thomas Evans as Captain proceeded westwardly to the Indian Towns, destroyed them, and capitulated with the Chiefs of the Tribe and then returned home. GOODE commanded a company as captain against the Scotch insurgents at and near Fayetteville, NC, at least two months (this tour preceded the Long Islands tour). After the Cherokee expedition, GOODE commanded a company that was raised for a five months tour and marched towards the South in company with several of Banner’s neighbors and near relatives. GOODE was very much esteemed by all who served under and with him. Towards the end of the war he was commissioned a major; he was a militia officer the whole war.

Aff. of Ephraim Banner, Stokes Co., NC, 20 Dec. 1837. Aged 84, res. of Stokes, and a pensioner. Ephraim swears that Joseph Banner’s account is true. Ephraim was security on the bond for the marriage license for Richard GOODE to marry Rebecca YOUNG, daughter of Benjamin YOUNG, in 1776. Richard and Rebecca had sons and daughters before they started to remove to Kentucky. Ephraim understood that Major GOODE "died on the road before he reached the intended place of destination."

Aff. of "The Widdow" Martha Blackburn – Stokes Co., NC. – She well remembers that Gray Bynum, J.P., married her cousin Richard GOODE and her brother Thomas GOODE on the same day, Richard to Rebecca YOUNG, daughter of Benjamin YOUNG, and her brother to Nancy BEAZLEY in either 1776 or 1778. [Note: did not copy all of this affidavit].

* Other affidavits not copied include William YOUNG, Peter Force or Forie, pensioner, William Lorance.

GOODE is referred to in the files of Benjamin, Ephraim, and Joseph Banner and of William Merritt. Sarah, widow of Joseph Banner, states GOODE was a resident of Surry County.

Richard was second major in Battle of Guilford, mentioned in Adam Binkley file.

W8855 – soldier lived on "Townfork" – White, p.1376.

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Major RICHARD GOODE d. after April 23, 1801, when he wrote his will, and before June 9, 1801, when it was entered for probate.

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cst/bartlett/w-rhgood.htm

The Will of Major RICHARD GOODE dated April 23, 1801, Wythe Co., VA.

Major Richard and Rebecca (YOUNG) GOODE and their family left their home in Stokes Co., NC, in early 1801 to relocate in Kentucky. While on the trail, Richard broke his leg and, soon after, gangrene set in. He wrote his will April 23, 1801, in Wythe Co., VA, and by early June he died. Rebecca and the children continued on to Kentucky, settling in Henry County. In December 1802, their daughter, Dicey, married William BARTLETT and in 1804 daughter Margaret married Henry (Harry) BARTLETT, son of Thomas BARTLETT and Mary FOSTER. Richard's will was filed in both Wythe Co., VA, and Henry Co., KY. (Transcribed from LDS microfilm by Sandra G. Taylor.)

Will Book 1, pp.17-22, Will Records of Henry Co., KY.

In the name of God Amen the twenty-third day of April 1801, I, Richard GOODE of the State of Virginia and the County of Wythe, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to GOD, therefor calling to mind the mortality of my body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die. Do make and ordain this my last will and Testament, that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul to the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a ch__[chris..seems it should be christian] burial at the discretion of my Executors not doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the majesty power of God and touching worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I dispose of the same in the following manner and form. Imprimis I give and bequeath to REBECCA, my dearly beloved wife all my money, goods, chattels, waggons and Horses and negroes and at her decease to be divided in the following manner;

BETSY JEAN, my beloved daughter, I bequeath her One hundred Dollars. Also, CHARLES GOODE my beloved son I bequeath One hundred Dollars to be raised and levied out of my Estate. I bequeath to CHARLES GOODE my beloved son one Negro Boy David. I bequeath to ANNE GOODE my beloved daughter a Negro Girl named [Jude..see estate]. I bequeath to my beloved daughter DICE GOODE a Negro Girl named Luie?. I bequeath to MARGARET GOODE my beloved daughter one Negro Girl named Ester. I bequeath to my well beloved wife REBECCA GOOD a Negro man by the name of Gilbert, one by the name of Jacob, Negro Woman by the name of Patt, one by the name of Joe. At the decease of my beloved wife REBECCA what negroes is willed to her is to be equally divided among my wife REBECCA's children. I bequeath to JOEL GOODE my beloved son one Negro Boy by the name of Peter. I bequeath to SAMUEL, my beloved son a negro named Ede [Eady?..see estate]. I bequeath to my beloved son RICHARD Y. GOODE a negro Boy by the name of Elis. I constitute, make and ordain my well beloved wife REBECCA & Peter FORDE and JOHN JEAN Executors of this my last will and Testament & I also hereby disallow Revoke and [disannull?] and every other former Testaments, will legacies and bequeaths & Executors by me in any way before named wills and bequeaths Ratifying & commissioning this and no other, to be my last will & Testament. In Witness I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year above written. Signed sealed and published, pronounced and declared by the said RICHARD GOODE as his last will & Testament in the presence of us the subscribers.

Nicholas P______? RICHARD GOODE {Seal}

At a court held for the County of Wythe [VA] the 9th day of June, 1801, this last Will and Testament of Richard GOOD deceased exhibited in Court and? part? proven by the oath of Philip AEVR? [this word underlined..st] a witness thereto & continued for further proof and at a another Court held for the County aforesaid the 13th day of October 1801 the said last will and Testament of Richard GOOD was fully proven by the oath of Nicholas SNIDER? & ordered to be recorded.

A Copy Teste Robert CROCKETT DC

{Seal} Wythe County to-wit State of Virginia. I Robert CROCKETT, D Clerk of said County, do certify that James MCGAVOCK Esq. is the presiding Justice of the County of Wythe duly commissioned and qualified according to law and as such full faith and credit are given to all his official acts & Deeds. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this 13th day of October 1801.

Robert CROCKETT DC

Wythe County to-wit:

I James McGAVOCK presiding Justice of the County of Wythe do certify that Robert CROCKETT is D Clerk of said Court of the County aforesaid duly appointed & qualified according to law. Given under my hand this 15th day of October 1801.

James McGAVOCK

Henry County November Court 1801

The foregoing authenticated copy of the last Will and Testament of Richard GOOD, deceased, was presented to the Court & with the several certificates therein endorsed ordered to be recorded.

Teste: Row. THOMAS C

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Estate of RICHARD GOODE, Inventory and Appraisal, dated December 8, 1801.

Transcribed 1996 from LDS Microfilm. Sandra G. Taylor. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cst/bartlett/winvgood.htm

Will Book 1, pp.20-22, Will Records of Henry Co., KY.

By virtue of & obedience to an order of the Worshipful Court of Henry County to us directed bearing date November 1801, we the subscribers being sworn have appraised as follows all the Estate of Richard GOOD, deceased, brought to our view, to-wit:

1000 Dollars in money

One bond on THORNTON? of North Carolina

2 bonds on lev?? Joseph WILLIAMS of North Carolina for 120, that currency

1 Do on James GAVIS of Virginia

1 Do on Charles GOOD N. Carolina currency

1 light waggon & Gear

1 Negro woman named Patt

1 Negro Girl Judith

1 Negro Boy Jacob

1 Negro man Gilbert

1 Negro man Jack

1 Negro Boy Peter

1 Negro Girl Lydia

1 Negro Girl Eady

1 Negro Girl Ester

1 small Negro Boy Ealons?

1 large wagon & Gear

1 Brown Horse

1 Bay ditto

1 Ball [bald?] Do

One Horse

One Bay mare & Colt

Two cows & calves

27 head hogs 3? 1 feather bed & furniture

5 feather beds & furniture 15. Each

Glass & earthan Ware

Pewter & knives & forks 22 jug & butter pott 12/ Parcel of tinware 12/

1 pr steelyards 14, 3 pr cards 9/

2 flax hackles 3, 1 ? milo 9/

1 pair of money scales?

Hand ?un and other tools

Smoothing Irons 18/-1small run?? 2/

a parcel of books 10 1 shot Gun

1 Do 10/ 1 gun lock 9/

3 plows 2. 5/ 5 new axes ??

7 weeding hoes, ……..??

2 slates, ……. 3 bells 9/

1 chest 18/ 1 hone 9/ 4 trunks 3

1 Table 15/ - 3 chairs 6/

2 potts & hooks 10: 2 Ovens & ladle?

2 Piggons & Dipper

1 Silver Watch 3.15, 1 drawing knife 4/

3 Padlocks - " - " - "

December 8th 1801

Edm BARTLETT

Jas BARTLETT

Jeremiah FARMER

John WHITE

Henry, to-wit:

I do hereby certify that the within named appraisers was duly qualified according to law. Given under my hand this 17th day of January 1802.

William BASTEN?

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, v.53, p.147,

Mrs. Mattie Goode Love, DAR ID No. 52317, descendant of Major Richard GOODE, of Virginia.

Daughter of Robert Henry GOODE (b. 1820) and Martha A. STAFFORD, his wife.

Granddaughter of Richard GOODE, Jr. (b. 1798), and — —, his 1st wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Richard GOODE (1730-1802) and Rebecca YOUNG, his 2nd wife, m. 1776.

Wayne Goode, Huntsville, AL <wayne@goode.nu> <http://goode.nu/genealogy/>

James Lynn "Lynn" Parham, Huntsville, AL <LParham@hiwaay.net> <http://fly.hiwaay.net:8000/~lparham/index.html>

GOODE GenForum. Posted by Mildred Hansford, October 29, 1999. Joel H. GOODE's father was Richard GOODE (Major in NC line W8855) b. 1730 lived on Townford a little river in Surry Co. (the part that became Stokes Co. NC) md. ca. 1776 second wife in Surry Co., NC, Rebecca YOUNG b. ca. 1752, Stokes Co., NC, d. Sept. 15, 1842, KY, father, Benjamin YOUNG, brother William YOUNG. Issue: Richard GOODE Jr., Joel H., Robert H., Thomas, Charles B. (my line), Joseph, John, Samuel, Margaret, Betty, Dice. I have info on these siblings if anyone would like to have it. Thanks. Mildred Hansford mildredhansford@hotmail.com

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G. Brown Goode, Virginia Cousins (1887), pp.72-73 (86-87)

THE RAPPAHANNOCK GOODES.

131 1/2. MAJ. RICHARD GOODE, of Kentucky, grandson of Richard Goode, No. 45, was born 1730-40, died 1802. Married twice, having by first marriage two sons, by second three:--

.. 353. RICHARD GOODE, b. 1760-90.

.. 354. JOEL H.

.. 355. A son, (ROBERT)?

.. 356-7. Sons.

Richard Goode removed from Virginia to Rockingham, Stokes Co., North Carolina, 1760-70, and afterwards settled in Kentucky with his family. He fought with distinction at Braddock's defeat: was a Major in the Continental army, serving in the battle of Guilford Court House, and in the operations about Fort Duquesne. His descendant, Richard L. Goode, writes:--

"There is now in my possession a fine silver knee-buckle which once belonged to this ancestor, worn by him in the engagement at Guilford Court House. It has since descended as an heirloom by primogeniture. Major Goode started from Stokes Co., N. C., for Kentucky in 1802, but his leg was broken on the journey, and gangrene setting in, he died at Abingdon, Va., where he is buried. His widow secured a pension from the Government."

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G. Brown Goode, Virginia Cousins (1887), p.473 (375-76)

No. 13 1/2 [should read 131 1/2].--Maj. Richard Goode was engaged in 1776 as captain of a company of North Carolina militia, in a campaign against the Scotch Tories, with whom a battle occurred at Moore's Creek Bridge Feb. 27, 1776. He was then with Gen. Rutherford's expedition against the Cherokees, destroying their town and crops; he was adjutant of Col. William's regiment. In 1777 he was a captain of a company which went to South Carolina, and later appears to have been Gen. Rutherford's commissary. He was in the battles at Ramson's Mills, Guilford Court House, and Eutaw Springs. Before the Revolution he was sheriff of Stokes Co. He married, 1776, Rebecca, daughter of Benjamin Young, of Town Fork (Surrey), Stokes Co., N. C., who was born in 1767, and was living in 1839, a military pensioner in Henry Co., Ky.

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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.

 

Father: RICHARD (6) GOODE

Mother: MARY (UNKNOWN)

Marriage 1 UNKNOWN

Married: BEF. 1770

Children

Elizabeth "Betsy" GOODE b: ABT. 1770 in Surry Co., NC

Anne GOODE b: ABT. 1772 in Surry Co., NC

CHARLES B. Sr. GOODE b: ABT. 1774 in Surry Co., NC

Marriage 2 Rebecca YOUNG b: ABT. 1752 in Stokes Co., NC

Married: ABT. 1776 in Surry Co., NC

Children

Dicey GOODE b: ABT. 1782

Joel H. GOODE b: ABT. 1784 in Stokes Co., NC

Margaret GOODE b: ABT. 1784

Richard (8) (Jr.) GOODE b: 1798

Samuel\Lemuel GOODE

Sources:

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: 72-73, 473

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Spouse 1

Rebecca Young

Born: 1752 in [city], Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Died: 15 Sep 1842 in [city], Henry, Kentucky, USA

Marriage: 1776 in Surry, [county], North Carolina, USA View In

Children Sex Birth

Anne Goode F abt 1772 in Surry, [county], North Carolina, USA

Charles B Goode M abt 1774 in Surry, [county], North Carolina, U

Dicey Goode F 1776 in [city], Stokes, North Carolina, USA

Joel H Goode M abt 1784 in Stokes, [county], North Carolina, U

Margaret Goode F abt 1784 in [city], Stokes, North Carolina, U

Samuel Lemuel Goode M 1793 in [city], [county], North Carolina, U

Richard Young Goode M abt 1795 in [city], [county], North Carolina, USA

Richard Goode M 1798 in [city], [county], North Carolina, USA

Spouse 2

Rebecca (young) Goode

Born:

Died:

Marriage:

Children Sex Birth

Joel H Goode M abt 1784 in Stokes, [county], North Carolina, U

Spouse 3

1st Wife

Born:

Died:

Marriage:

Children Sex Birth

Robert? Goode M 1753 in [city], Mecklenburg, Virginia, USA

Thomas Goode M abt 1756

Charles B Goode M abt 1774 in Surry, [county], North Carolina, USA

Joel H Goode M abt 1784 in Stokes, [county], North Carolina, USA

Richard Goode M 1798 in [city], [county], North Carolina, USA

Children of RICHARD GOODE and REBECCA YOUNG are:

2. i. CHARLES B6 GOODE, b. 1774, Surry, North Carolina, USA; d. 02 May 1835, Rogersville, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA.

ii. BETSY JEAN GOODE.

iii. DICE GOODE.

iv. ANNE GOODE.

v. MARGARET GOODE.

vi. JOEL GOODE.

vii. SAMUEL GOODE.

 

Generation No. 2

2. CHARLES B6 GOODE (RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1)1 was born 1774 in Surry, North Carolina, USA1, and died 02 May 1835 in Rogersville, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA1. He married ELIZABETH HALBERT1 29 Dec 1796 in Stokes, North Carolina, USA. She was born 1776 in Surry, North Carolina, USA1, and died 1830 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA1.

Notes for CHARLES B GOODE:

Spouse

Elizabeth Halbert

Born: abt 1776 in Surry, [county], North Carolina, USA

Died: abt 1830 in Lauderdale, [county], Alabama, USA

Marriage: 29 Dec 1796 in [city], Stokes, North Carolina, USA View In

Children Sex Birth

Joseph Goode M in [city], [county], Alabama, USA

Mary Polly Goode F 26 Dec 1797 in [city], Stokes, North Carolina, U

Nathan Goode M abt 1800 in Stokes, [county], North Carolina, USA

Halbert Goode M abt 1804 in Stokes, [county], North Carolina, USA

Milton Goode M 4 Feb 1808 in [city], [county], Kentucky, USA

Richard Goode M 23 Feb 1810 in Henry, [county], Kentucky, USA

William Goode M 14 Mar 1813 in [city], Williamson, Tennessee, USA

Charles B Goode M 1817 in Henry, [county], Kentucky, USA

Margaret Ann Goode F 1818 in [city], Williamson, Tennessee, USA

Elizabeth Rebecca Goode F abt 1821 in Williamson, [county], Tennessee, USA

John Goode M abt 1825 in [city], [county], Alabama, USA

Children of CHARLES GOODE and ELIZABETH HALBERT are:

i. JOSEPH7 GOODE, b. Alabama, USA.

ii. MARY POLLY GOODE, b. 26 Dec 1797, Stokes, North Carolina, USA.

iii. NATHAN GOODE, b. Abt. 1800, Stokes, North Carolina, USA.

iv. HALBERT GOODE, b. Abt. 1804, Stokes, North Carolina, USA.

3. v. MILTON GOODE, b. 04 Feb 1808, Kentucky, USA; d. 12 Apr 1874, Limestone, Alabama, USA.

4. vi. RICHARD GOODE, b. 23 Feb 1810, Henry, Kentucky, USA; d. 1883, Three Creeks, Union, Arkansas, USA.

vii. WILLIAM GOODE, b. 14 Mar 1813, Williamson, Tennessee, USA.

viii. CHARLES B GOODE, b. 1817, Henry, Kentucky, USA.

ix. MARGARET ANN GOODE, b. Abt. 1818, Williamson, Tennessee, USA.

x. ELIZABETH REBECCA GOODE, b. Abt. 1821, Williamson, Tennessee, USA.

xi. JOHN GOODE, b. Abt. 1825, Alabama, USA.

 

Generation No. 3

3. MILTON7 GOODE (CHARLES B6, RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 04 Feb 1808 in Kentucky, USA, and died 12 Apr 1874 in Limestone, Alabama, USA. He married LETTY R. LENTZ 1828 in Limestone, Alabama, USA. She was born 1812 in Alabama, USA, and died 1870 in Alabama, USA.

Notes for MILTON GOODE:

1840 Limestone County,.

Notes for LETTY R. LENTZ:

Spouse

Milton Goode

Born: 4 Feb 1808 in [city], [county], Kentucky, USA

Died: 12 Apr 1874 in [city], Limestone, Alabama, USA

Marriage: 1829 in [city], Limestone, Alabama, USA View Info

Children Sex Birth

Sarah Elizabeth Goode F

Mary Ann Goode F

Zachary Taylor Goode M

Julia July Goode F

Letty Jane Goode F

Rhoda Emaline Goode F

Joseph Milton Goode M

Martha Caroline Goode F

Emily June Goode F

Rebecca Goode F

James Washington Goode M 1830 in [city], [county], Alabama, USA

John Mack Goode M 1832

Susannah H Goode F 1833 in [city], [county], Alabama, USA

William Richard Goode M 17 Nov 1841 in Athens, Limestone, Alabama, USA

Nancy Goode F 22 Nov 1850

Child of MILTON GOODE and LETTY LENTZ is:

5. i. JAMES WASHINGTON8 GOODE, b. 1830, Limestone County; d. 15 Apr 1917, Lentzville, Limestone, Alabama, USA.

 

4. RICHARD7 GOODE (CHARLES B6, RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1)1,1,2,3,4 was born 23 Feb 1810 in Henry, Kentucky, USA5,5, and died 1883 in Three Creeks, Union, Arkansas, USA5,5. He married MARY JANE STEWART5,5 11 Mar 1851 in Champagnolle, Union, Arkansas, USA. She was born 1830 in Lisbon, Union, Arkansas, USA5,5.

More About RICHARD GOODE:

Residence: 1870, Garner, Union, Arkansas6

Children of RICHARD GOODE and MARY STEWART are:

6. i. CHARLES F8 GOODE, b. 03 Dec 1851, Arkansas, USA.

7. ii. ( BABE) ROBERT FAIRCHILD GOODE, b. 14 Mar 1853, Arkansas, USA; d. 1922, Texas.

iii. RICHARD S GOODE6, b. 26 Nov 1854, Arkansas, USA.

More About RICHARD S GOODE:

Residence: 1870, Garner, Union, Arkansas6

iv. WILLIAM HENRY GOODE, b. 26 Jan 1858, Union Country, Arkansas, USA; m. ANNA L HANCOCK; b. 1881, Union Country, Arkansas, USA.

More About WILLIAM HENRY GOODE:

Residence: 1870, Garner, Union, Arkansas6

8. v. JOHN HIRAM GOODE, b. 26 Jan 1858, Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; d. 25 Aug 1958, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA.

vi. JEFFERSON D GOODE, b. 18 Aug 1861, Arkansas, USA.

vii. MARY FRANCES GOODE, b. 17 Feb 1864, Arkansas, USA.

viii. MARTHA ANN GOODE, b. 05 Jul 1867, Arkansas, USA.

ix. NARCISSUS GOODE, b. Abt. 1870, Arkansas, USA.

 

Generation No. 4

5. JAMES WASHINGTON8 GOODE (MILTON7, CHARLES B6, RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 1830 in Limestone County, and died 15 Apr 1917 in Lentzville, Limestone, Alabama, USA. He married MELINDA CAROLINE LENTZ 10 Feb 1852. She was born 23 Aug 1833 in Holmes, Ohio, USA, and died 01 Jan 1921 in Granger, Indiana, USA.

Child of JAMES GOODE and MELINDA LENTZ is:

i. NANCY JANE9 GOODE, b. 1862; d. 1938; m. ABRAHAM BUD CASTEEL; b. 1861; d. 1938.

Notes for NANCY JANE GOODE:

Can find photos at

http://home.comcast.net/~lynn.parham/Abe2.htm

Abraham Bud Casteel

 

6. CHARLES F8 GOODE (RICHARD7, CHARLES B6, RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1)6 was born 03 Dec 1851 in Arkansas, USA. He married ALICE V ROBERSON 1879 in Union Country, Arkansas, USA, daughter of HENRY ROBERSON and ELIZABETH JONES. She was born 1857 in Arkansas, USA.

Notes for CHARLES F GOODE:

1920 United States Federal Census

about Jewell Goode

Name: Jewell Goode

Home in 1920: El Dorado, Union, Arkansas

Age: 37 years

Estimated birth year: abt 1883

Birthplace: Arkansas

Relation to Head of House: Granddaughter

Father's Birth Place: Arkansas

Mother's Birth Place: Arkansas

Marital Status: Married

Race: White

Sex: Male

[Female]

Able to read: Yes

Able to Write: Yes

Image: 717

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

C F Goode 68

Alice Goode 63

Henry R F Goode 39

Jewell Goode 37

T S Gresham 61

J W Riddle 54

H B Stoker 43

Margarite Goode 1 6/12

J B Moore 71

Ruth Masliburn 35

Ray Davis 43

Burke Ford 24

Ed McWilliams 45

Virgie McWilliams 29

1920 United States Federal Census

about Margarite Goode

Name: Margarite Goode

Home in 1920: El Dorado, Union, Arkansas

Age: 1 year 6 months

Estimated birth year: abt 1918

Birthplace: Arkansas

Relation to Head of House: Granddaughter

Father's Birth Place: Arkansas

Mother's Birth Place: Arkansas

Marital Status: Single

Race: White

Sex: Female

Image: 717

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

C F Goode 68

Alice Goode 63

Henry R F Goode 39

Jewell Goode 37

T S Gresham 61

J W Riddle 54

H B Stoker 43

Margarite Goode 1 6/12

J B Moore 71

Ruth Masliburn 35

Ray Davis 43

Burke Ford 24

Ed McWilliams 45

Virgie McWilliams 29

 

 

More About CHARLES F GOODE:

Residence: 1870, Garner, Union, Arkansas6

Child of CHARLES GOODE and ALICE ROBERSON is:

i. HENRY R F9 GOODE7,8, b. 1881, Arkansas, USA; m. JEWELL; b. 1883.

More About HENRY R F GOODE:

Residence: 1920, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas9

 

7. ( BABE) ROBERT FAIRCHILD8 GOODE (RICHARD7, CHARLES B6, RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 14 Mar 1853 in Arkansas, USA, and died 1922 in Texas. He married EMMA ELIZABETH FURLOW Abt. 1874, daughter of GEORGE FURLOW and LUCY DICKENS. She was born Apr 1857 in Alabama, USA, and died 1926 in Texas.

Notes for ( BABE) ROBERT FAIRCHILD GOODE:

1900 United States Federal Census Record

about Robert F Goode

Name: Robert F Goode

Home in 1900: Justice Precinct 7, Wise, Texas

Age: 46

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854

BirthPlace: Arkansas

Relationship to head-of-house: Head

Spouses's Name: Emma

Race: White

Occupation: View Image

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

Robert F Goode 46

Emma Goode 43

Lizzie M Cunningham 25

Georgia Goode 17

May Goode 15

Richard Goode 15

Olin Goode 13

Kossie Goode 8

Dannie Goode 4

Estelle Goode 1

Gladie Cunningham 2

 

More About ( BABE) ROBERT FAIRCHILD GOODE:

Residence: 1900, Justice Precinct 7, Wise, Texas10

Children of ( GOODE and EMMA FURLOW are:

i. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) M9 GOODE, b. 27 Sep 1874, Arkansas, USA; d. 05 Jun 1943; m. (1) WILLIAM W BARBER; b. 1857, New York; m. (2) L B CUNNINGHAM, 16 Sep 1892, Wise County, Texas.

ii. IDA BELL GOODE, b. 21 Feb 1880, Arkansas, USA; d. 18 Aug 1881.

iii. GEORGIA LUCY GOODE, b. 17 Jul 1882, Dan Wagner Ranch, Wise, Texas, USA; d. 17 Apr 1977.

iv. ONEDA MAE GOODE, b. 16 Jan 1885, Bridgeport, Texas, USA.

v. RICHARD SAMUEL GOODE, b. 16 Jan 1885, Bridgeport, Texas, USA; d. 18 Aug 1968, Wise Country, Texas; m. JANIE MOORE; b. 1885, Texas; d. 15 Sep 1931, Wise Country, Texas.

vi. OLYN BENJAMIN GOODE, b. 20 Feb 1887, Texas; d. 05 Oct 1949, Overton, Rusk, Texas, USA; m. MARGARET BELL SANDEFUR; b. 17 Feb 1895, Stevens County, Texas; d. 29 Aug 1939, Freer, Texas.

Notes for OLYN BENJAMIN GOODE:

Name: Olin Goode

Home in 1900: Justice Precinct 7, Wise, Texas

Age: 13

Estimated Birth Year: abt 1887

BirthPlace: Texas

Relationship to head-of-house: Son

Father's name: Robert F

Mother's name: Emma

Race: White

Occupation: View Image

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

Robert F Goode 46

Emma Goode 43

Lizzie M Cunningham 25

Georgia Goode 17

May Goode 15

Richard Goode 15

Olin Goode 13

Kossie Goode 8

Dannie Goode 4

Estelle Goode 1

Gladie Cunningham 2

Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 Record

about Olin B. Goode

Name: Olin B. Goode

Death Date: 5 Oct 1949

Death County: Rusk

Certificate: 50123

 

 

 

More About OLYN BENJAMIN GOODE:

Burial: Overton City Cemetery (unmarked grave)

Notes for MARGARET BELL SANDEFUR:

Margaret had a twin brother.

She was killed while she was asleep at home in Freer, Texas

Report said Homicide , in own home, Gun Shot Wound.

Husband stood trile for the killing but, got off.

Burial in the Cemetery at Freer but the grave is unmarked and unable to find it.

news paper reports. Curpus Christi Times Aug 31 1939 page 1

Freer Tourist Camp Operator Charged with Slaying of Wife

O. B. Goode Being held in jail at San Diego, Tx.

vii. KOSSIE ORAN GOODE, b. 19 Mar 1892, Bridgeport, Texas, USA; d. 16 Jun 1984, Wise Country, Texas; m. LILLIE MENERVA BUCKINGHAM; b. 30 Jan 1894, Paradise, Wise Country, Texas; d. 08 Feb 1962, Wise Country, Texas.

viii. DANNIE GOODE, b. 01 Dec 1894, Bridgeport, Texas, USA; d. 04 Jan 1979, Ft Worth, Tarrant, Texas, USA; m. (1) FLODIE ELLEN; b. 01 Jul 1892, Texas; d. 10 Nov 1983, Ft. Worth, Tarrant, Texas, USA; m. (2) GOLDMAN.

ix. ESTELLE GOODE10, b. 21 Sep 1898, Bridgeport, Texas, USA.

More About ESTELLE GOODE:

Residence: 1900, Justice Precinct 7, Wise, Texas10

 

8. JOHN HIRAM8 GOODE (RICHARD7, CHARLES B6, RICHARD (CAPT.; MAJ.)5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, RICHARD1) was born 26 Jan 1858 in Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA, and died 25 Aug 1958 in El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA. He married HENRI ELLEN ROBERSON 1880 in Union Country, Arkansas, USA, daughter of HENRY ROBERSON and ELIZABETH JONES. She was born 22 Aug 1858 in Three Creek, Union, Arkansas, USA, and died 01 Sep 1940 in El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA.

Children of JOHN GOODE and HENRI ROBERSON are:

i. EULA9 GOODE, b. 14 Aug 1881, Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; d. 14 Jul 1941, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; m. THOMAS DOSEWELL GOODWIN, 20 Jul 1910, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; b. 20 Sep 1879, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; d. 25 Jan 1931, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA.

ii. BLANCHE GOODE, b. 14 Mar 1884, Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; d. 1922; m. J TOM BEENE, 1903, Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA.

iii. JOHN YOUNG GOODE, b. 10 Feb 1886, Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; d. 12 Mar 1968, El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; m. LILLIAN TAYLOR; b. 1898.

iv. FRANKIE GOODE, b. 28 Jan 1888, Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; d. 1969, Columbia, South Carolina; m. GEORGE SPECK.

v. AUDREY GOODE, b. 10 Oct 1891, Colorado, Union, Arkansas, USA; m. EDMUND BURKE BROWN; b. 1880, Indiana, USA.

 

 

Endnotes

1. Ancestry.com, One World Tree (sm), Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d., Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc.

2. Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003.Original data - 1870.<li>United States. Ninth Census of the United States, 1870. Washington, D.C. National Archives and Records Administration. M593, RG29, 1,761 rolls. <li>Minnesota. Minnesota Census Schedules for 1870. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T132, RG29, 13 rolls. Garner, Union, Arkansas, post office Mount Holly, roll 65, page 528, image 431.

3. Hunting For Bears, comp., Arkansas Marriages, 1779-1992, Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Hunting For Bears, comp.. Arkansas Marriages, 1779-1992 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004.Original data - Arkansas marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Please contact the appropriate county clerk for original source information.

4. Hunting For Bears, comp., Arkansas Marriages, 1820-1949, Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Hunting For Bears, comp.. Arkansas Marriages, 1820-1949 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004.Original data - Arkansas marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library.

5. Ancestry.com, One World Tree (sm), Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., n.d., Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc.

6. Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003.Original data - 1870.<li>United States. Ninth Census of the United States, 1870. Washington, D.C. National Archives and Records Administration. M593, RG29, 1,761 rolls. <li>Minnesota. Minnesota Census Schedules for 1870. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T132, RG29, 13 rolls. Garner, Union, Arkansas, post office Mount Holly, roll 65, page 528, image 431.

7. Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/publications/microfilm-catalogs/census/1920/part-07.html">NARA</a>. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920.T625, 2,076 rolls. El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, ED , roll , page , image 717.

8. Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/publications/microfilm-catalogs/census/1910/">NARA</a>.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1910.T624, 1,178 rolls. Little Rock Ward 6, Pulaski, Arkansas, ED , roll T624_62, part , page .

9. Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/publications/microfilm-catalogs/census/1920/part-07.html">NARA</a>. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920.T625, 2,076 rolls. El Dorado, Union, Arkansas, ED , roll , page , image 717.

10. Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census, Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900.T623, 1854 rolls. Wise, Texas, ED 149, roll T623 1681, page 15B.

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