SHELBY COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Hubert Lamar Going was born in Shelby County, January 2, 1926, according to Texas BVS File 773110.

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James A. Going was the father of an infant born in Shelby County August 31, 1917, according to BVS File 36655.

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Lenard Going was the father of an infant born September 2, 1933, according to BVS File 76426.  He was also the father of an infant born February 13, 1937 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 121208. 

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Travis P. Going was born March 4, 1918 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 15836.

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Alice Mae Goings was born in Shelby County March 1, 1911, according to BVS File 1208828.

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Billy J. Goings married Deborah J. Francher (18) on May 30, 1972 according to Shelby County marriage records.

 

Billy Johnnie Goings died September 05, 1983 according to Shelby County death records.

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Callie F. Goings died December 21, 1996 according to Shelby County death records.

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Clovis Gene Goings died December 24, 1996 according to Shelby County death records.

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Denver Parrish Goings died December 22, 1990 according to Shelby County death records.

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E. C. Goings was born in Shelby County December 28, 1926, according to BVS File 914521.

 

E. C. Goings was the father of an infant born March 30, 1933 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 24950.  He was also the father of an infant born October 23, 1941, according to BVS File 136502.

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Gay Goings Strickland died September 26, 1981 according to Shelby County death records.

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George Goings died June 16, 1965 according to Shelby County death records.

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Glenda Ann Goings was born in Shelby County August 9, 1958, according to BVS File 171331.

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J. J. Goings was the father of an infant born December 6, 1933 in Shelby County, according to BVS File 106582.

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James J. Goings died May 19, 1977 according to Shelby County death records.

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Jane L. Goings died May 29, 1990 according to Shelby County death records.

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Jerrel Flint Goings died March 31, 1995 according to Shelby County death records.

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Jettie E. Goings died May 11, 1984 according to Shelby County death records.

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Johnnie Leo Goings died February 13, 1986 according to Shelby County death records.

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Johnny L. Goings (55) married Neda M. Adams (53) on August 18, 1975 according to Shelby County marriage records.

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Marie B. Goings died November 19, 1973 according to Shelby County death records.

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Neda M. Goings died January 23, 1977 according to Shelby County death records.

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Ricky L. Goings died November 07,1976 according to Shelby County death records.

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Thomas Frank Goings died August 14, 1968 according to Shelby County death records.

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Sarah Guynes died September 17, 1996 according to Shelby County death records.

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Sudie Guynes died January 08, 1967 according to Shelby County death records.

 

SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Bessie Goens was married to Bernice Staples May 29, 1915, according to Smith County Marriage Book 21, page 430.

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Charles Goens, a salesman at Wheelers, lived at 218 South Bois D'Arc Avenue, according to the 1937 city directory of Tyler.

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Ernest S. Goens was born about 1885, place and parents unknown.

 

On December 24, 1921, he was married at Calvert, Texas to Lena Blasienz, the daughter of Francis A. Blasienz and Amanda Jane Massengale Blasienz, according to Smith County Marriage Book 25, page 108.  Lena Blasienz was born November 23, 1889 in Texas.

 

Ernest S. Goens, assistant county attorney for Smith County, and his wife, Lena Blasienz Goens, a school teacher at Douglas School, roomed at 316 west Erwin, according to the 1923 city directory of Tyler, Texas.

 

In 1925 Ernest S. Goens was listed as county attorney, and Lena Blasienz Goens was a teacher at the Tyler High School, still living at 316 West Erwin.  Ernest S. Goens gave a deed to Mrs. James W. Goens September 1, 1926, according to Smith County Deed Book 183, page 64.  They gave a deed to five acres to W. M. Boss for $800 September 22, 1926, according to Smith County Deed Book 183, page 99.

 

An infant was born to Ernest S. Goens and Lena Blasienz Goens and died May 20, 1928 in Smith County, according to BVS File 23123.

 

Ernest S. Goens "of Smith County, Texas" gave a mineral deed to W. A. Pounds and R. C. Ryarly April 10, 1930 to property in Van Zandt County, Texas, according to Van Zandt County Deed Book 205, pages 179, 180 and Deed Book 205, page 221.  Consideration was $100 for one acre of land.

 

Ernest S. Goens continued as Smith County Attorney through 1930.  He lived at 408 Bonner Avenue from 1927 until 1933.

 

On October 16, 1933 Ernest S. Goens received an oil and gas lease from Paul D. Smith on property in Wood County, Texas, according to Wood County Deed Book 137, page 44.  He received an assignment from Ben D. Clower on Minerals in Wood County December 8, 1941, according to Wood County Deed Book 203, page 534.

 

In 1932 Ernest S. Goens was in private law practice under the firm name of Goens & Hutchins.  From 1933 until 1935 he was with Pace & Goens, Attorneys.  In 1936 the firm name was changed to Pace, Goens, & Park.  In 1940 it was again Pace & Goens.  In 1933 Ernest S. Goens and Lena Blasienz Goens moved to 512 West Front Street, Tyler, an address they maintained through 1947, the final entry carried for them in the city directory there.

 

He left an estate valued at $26,062.12, including a residence at 6006 Azalea Lane in Dallas, according to Dallas County Probate File No. 51096-C.  Ernest S. Goens and Lena Blasienz Goens had no living children at the time of his death.

 

In January 1963, Lena Blasienz Goens lived at 7 Brooks Avenue, Eldorado, Texas.  She died there February 28, 1972 of cancer, according to Sutton County Death Book 10, page 46.  According to Mrs. Ernest C. Hill, a sister, she was buried in Little River Cemetery, Hearne, Texas.

 

The estate of Lena Goens at Sonora, who died February 28, 1972, valued at $15,000, was willed to Mrs. Ida Blasienz Hill according to Stonewall County Deed Book 250, page 243.

 

The estate of Lena Blasienz was administered by Ida Blasienz Hill, her sister of Eldorado, Texas, according to Smith County Deed Book 1468, page 758.  Ida Blasienz Hill retained ownership of 85 acres of land in Smith County in 1973 that she inherited from her sister in October 1973.

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Goens Cummings died December 28, 1967 according to Smith County death records.

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James W. Goens was married June 5, 1940 to Mrs. Mary G. Shreves, according to Marriage Book 38, page 18.  Mrs. Mary G. Shreves Goens is believed to be the subject below known as Mrs James W. Goens.

 

Mrs. James W. Goens received a deed from Ernest S.  Goens September 21, 1926, according to Smith County Deed Book 183, page 64.

 

J. W. Goens and wife gave a deed  to Campbell & Kay September 16, 1943, according to Smith County Deed Book 474, page 115.

 

J. W. Goens died May 12, 1944 in Smith County, according to BVS File 25014.  Mrs. J. W. Goens died April 24, 1945, according to BVS File 18185.

 

J. W. Goens, Jr. gave a right-of-way deed to Smith County April 4, 1938 for a road from Lindale to Red Springs, Texas, according to Smith County Deed Book 371, page 215.  J. W. Goens, Jr. received a deed from C. F. Miller May 31, 1945 to land located ¼ miles east of Lindale, according to Smith County Deed Book 510, page 120.

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John Goens was a deputy sheriff in Tyler, rooming at the Smith County Courthouse, according to the 1918 city directory of Tyler.

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John W. Goens died March 27, 1940 in Smith County, according to BVS File 11137.

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John W. Goens JR died April 29, 1974 according to Smith County death records.

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Marie O. Goens died May 24, 1972 according to Smith County death records.

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Martha Enid Goens died February 21, 1979 according to Smith County death records.

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Oren F. Goens was married to Miss Enid Bradshaw June 18, 1922 by Rev. R. E. Goens, minister, Methodist Episcopal Church, according to Smith County Marriage Book 25, page 251.

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Roland C. Goens was married to Miss Rena Bradshaw August 27, 1917, according to Smith County Marriage Book 22, page 485.

 

Roland C. Goens "of Smith County, Texas" gave an extension to C.W. Bradshaw on an obligation June 27, 1927, according to Smith County Deed Book 192, page 298.  Roland C. Goens and his wife, Rena Bradshaw Goens, "of Harris County, Texas" gave a deed to a lot in Lindale, Texas in Dixie Gas & Fuel Company for $50 August 11, 1928, according to Smith County Deed Book 206, page 218.

 

Roland C. Goens gave an assignment to R. H. Weatherly December 19, 1931 on Lot 7 in a Montgomery County, Texas survey, according to Montgomery County Deed Book 135, page 401.

 

Roland C. Goens and Rena Bradshaw Goens of "Smith County" gave a deed to 10 acres of land located south of Lindale, Texas to Leon York June 10, 1944 for $1,000, according to Smith County Deed Book 489, page 312.

 

On October 17, 1945 Rena Bradshaw Goens and Roland C. Goens, "of Hopkins County, Texas" joined by Enid Bradshaw Goens and her husband, Oren F. Goens "of Pulaski County, Arkansas" gave a deed to her mother, Emma Bradshaw for three acres of land located ¼ mile west of Lindale, according to Smith County Deed Book 511, page 434.

 

It is believed that Roland C. Goens died about 1946.  Rena Bradshaw Goens, "a widow of Wood County, Texas" received a warranty deed from C. O. Aaron May 17, 1947 to Lot 4, Block 36, Ham Addition, Mineola, Texas, according to Wood County Deed Book 306, page 56.  On November 3, 1952 she sold the property to J. M. Purkett for $7,750, according to Wood County Deed Book 377, page 99.

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R. F. Goens, "a single man of Smith County" gave a deed to Wright Mallory to property at Lindale for $2,700 December 17, 1945, according to Smith County Deed Book 520, page 35.

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Barry M. Goines (25) married Barbara A. Long (23) on April 15, 1978 according to Smith County marriage records.

 

Barry Goines, a Department of Public Safety Trooper stationed at Tyler, was mentioned as the investigator of a traffic accident that occurred in Tyler March 19, 1996.  Trooper “Barry Goins” continued at Tyler in 2001.

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Tress M. Goings died April 12, 1996 according to Smith County death records.

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Mrs. Belle Loftin Goins was sued by McMullen & Company of Tarrant County, Texas February 10, 1931, according to Smith County Deed Book 245, page 7.  She was later married to M. B. Self and subsequently was a widow, according to an affidavit by George Widener dated February 10, 1931.

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Carol Goins was married to Charles H. Walker in 1954, according to Smith County Marriage Book 50, page 7.

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Clyde O'Neal Goins, a mechanic at Goforth Auto Repair, and his wife, Beulah Goins, roomed at 618 E. Erwin, Tyler, according to the 1923 city directory.  He was the father of a child born Sepember 12, 1931 in Nacogdoches County, Texas, according to BVS File 113499.  Clyde O'Neal Goins died June 28, 1951 in Angelina County, Texas, according to BVS File 55124.

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Miss Margia Goins was married to Joe S. McKnight May 3, 1938, according to Smith County Marriage Book 36, page 296.

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Oda Goins [also rendered as Gowens] was a student at Tyler Commercial College in 1925, rooming at 533 West Elm, according to the Tyler city directory.

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A. J. Gowan, a mechanic for AAMCO transmission, and his wife, Ann D. Gowan, lived at 2931 Chandler Highway in 1973, according to the Tyler City directory.

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Annie Ruth Gowan was married to Marshall Pell January 1, 1949, according to Smith County Marriage Book, page 125.

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Donnie Gowan, the widow of Charles Gowan, lived at 1114 North Confederate Avenue from 1960 to 1963, according to the Tyler city directory.

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James R. Gowan died March 4, 1978 in Smith County, according to Smith County death records.

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Laura Virginia Gowan died February 9, 1919 in Smith County, according to BVS File 8168.

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Vertis Gowan was married to Irma Dell Birtcher in 1969, according to Smith County Marriage book 64, page 148.  Children born to Vertis Gowan and Irma Dell Birtcher Gowan are unknown.

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An infant, the eighth child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born June 21, 1934 in Smith County, according to BVS File 47360.  The infant died the same day.

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Ara Gowans [female], believed to be a negro, was married to Nathaniel Simpson Aprill 11, 1942, according to Smith County Marriage Book 34, page 339.

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Bennie Charles Gowans, a twin and sixth child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born June 2, 1933 in Smith County, according to BVS Files.  In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian.  In 1964 he lived in Cook County, Illinois.

 

Beverly Ann Gowans, daughter of Tobie Percy Gowans, Jr. and Opal Washington Gowans, was born April 5, 1945, according to Dallas County Birth Book 52, page 500.  Norvel Turner, the informant, lived at 3107 Alberta, Dallas, Texas October 28, 1947.

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Dewey Gowans was married to Maggie Brown February 18, 1932, according to Smith County Marriage Book 31, page 343.

 

Dewey Gowans, believed to be a negro, was remarried November 27, 1936 to Nellie Wilson, according to Smith County Marriage Book 35, page 231.  Of Dewey Gowans and Nellie Wilson Gowans nothing more is known.

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J. C. Gowans, third child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born in 1927.  He was a twin.  In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian.  In 1964 he lived in Cook County, Illinois.

 

J. C. Gowans, a twin and fourth child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born in 1927.  In 1937 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston who was appointed his guardian.  In 1964 L. C. Gowans lived in Dallas, Texas, according to Smith County Deed Book 1136, page 206.

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Luther B. Gowans, assumed to be the first child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born in 1919.  In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston in Tyler.  In 1964 he lived in Cook County, Illinois, according to Smith County Deed Book 1136, page 206.  He joined his brothers at that time to convey Lots 10 & 11, Block 346, Bellwood Heights, Tyler to James R. Pierce.

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"Nellie Gowans," negress, believed to be Nellie Gowen, lived at 1402 West Paul from 1938 to 1950, according to the Tyler city directory.  She was a maid employed at the Blackstone Hotel.  Nellie Gowans, "feme sole" received a deed August 17, 1949 to Lot 3, Block 13, College Heights Addition, Tyler, according to Smith County Deed Book 625, page 544.  From 1950 through 1973 Nellie Gowans lived at 2120 North Gaston Avenue, Tyler, and was employed as a maid at Alamo Plaza, a cook and seamstress.  She retired in 1956.

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Tobie Percy Gowans, negro, and his wife, Thibee Preston Gowans, were listed in the 1930 city directory of Tyler as a yardman living at 1704 North Ross Avenue.  In 1932 and 1933 they lived at 1808 North Ross, according to the directory.

 

Thibee Preston Gowans was injured in a public transit vehicle accident  in 1937 and died November 14, 1937, according to BVS File 57199.  Tobie Percy Gowans filed suit against Tyler Transit Company and received a $1,750 settlement, according to Smith County Probate File 5830.

 

Apparently Tobie Percy Gowans died in 1938.  M. B. Preston, his father-in-law was appointed guardian of the children.

 

Children born to Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans include:

 

          Luther B. Gowans                          born in 1919

          J. C. Gowans                                  born in 1927, twin

          L. C. Gowans                                  born in 1927, twin

          Tobe Percy Gowans, Jr.                 born in 1920

          Willie Frank Gowans                     born March 19, 1932

          Bennie Charles Gowans                 born June 2, 1933

          Wilford Robert Gowans                 born November 19, 1935

       [Infant]                                            born & died June 21, 1934

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Tobie Percy Gowans, Jr., son of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans was born in 1920, according to his father's probate records.  His military discharge record shows that he was born in 1922 at Palmer, Texas.  In 1938 he lived in Tyler with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian.  He was married about 1944 according to Opal Washington, who was born in Ferris, Texas in 1921.  In 1945 she was listed as a domestic in the Dallas, Texas city directory.

 

In 1964 Tobie Percy Gowans, Jr. Opal Washington Gowans lived in Cook County, Illinois.  Children born to them include:

 

          Beverly Ann Gowans                          born April 5, 1945

 

Wilford Robert Gowans, seventh child of Tobie Percy Gowans and Thibee Preston Gowans, was born November 19, 1935 in Tyler, according to BVS File1298225.

 

In 1938 he lived with his grandfather, M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian.  In 1953 he lived with his grandmother, Mrs. T. V. Preston, who was appointed his guardian.  In 1964 Wilford Robert Gowans lived in Cook County, Illinois.

 

Willie Frank Gowans, fifth child of Tobie Percy Gowans, was born March 19, 1932 in Tyler, Texas according to BVS Files.  In 1938 he lived with his grandfather M. B. Preston, who was appointed his guardian.  In 1950 Willie Frank Gowans, a dishwasher for Manning's Grill was listed in the city directory of Tyler living at 1704 North Ross, previously the home of his parents.  Willie Frank Gowans contracted with East Texas Photo Copy March 31, 1950 to be their janitor for $40 per week, according to Smith County Deed Book 643, page 545.

 

Willie Frank Gowans was married to Gladys Lorene Ford October 29, 1951, according to Smith County Marriage Book 48, page 33.  In 1953 Mrs. T. V. Preston, his grandmother, was appointed his guardian, according to Smith County Probate File 9485.  In 1964 Willie Frank Gowans lived in Dallas, Texas.

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David B. Gowen (27) married Judit W. Vargas (29) on February 23, 1991 according to Smith County marriage records.

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Larry L. Gowen (32) married Mary A. Merrell (23) on February 13, 1982 according to Smith County marriage records.

 

Marle S. Gowen was married to Jane Elaine Cole in 1976, according to Smith County Marriage Book 74, page 799.  Of Marle S. Gowen and Jane Elaine Cole Gowen nothing more is known.

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Robert Jack Gowen, a carpenter, and his wife, Jo Gowen, lived at 711 East Queen from 1934 to 1937, according to the Tyler city directory.  In the 1936-37 edition he was described as a roofer.  This individual may be Rufus James Gowan who was also a roofer and whose wife was named Josie Gowan.

 

Golda Gowen, possibly their child, was also living at 711 East Queen in the 1934-35 edition of the Tyler city directory.

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Lymuel C. Gowen (18) married Sharon D. Britton (19) on August 9, 1980 according to Smith County marriage records.         

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Stella M. Gowen was married to Thomas P. Ross February 18, 1896, according to Smith County Marriage Book 13, page 21.

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Stephen Gowen, negro, was born in Tennessee in January 1858.  He was listed as a laborer in the 1893 city directory of Tyler, Texas living at 513 Albertson Street.

 

He was enumerated as the head of a household in the 1900 census of Smith County, Enumeration District 98, page 14, precinct 1, living in Tyler.  The household was rendered as:

 

"Gowen,                    Stephen        42, born in TN in January

                                                                  1858

                                       Emma         38, born in TN May 1862

                                       Eldridge      20, born in TX July 1879

                                       Dee G.        15, born in TX October 1884

                                       Willie G.     14, born in TX February

                                                                 1886

                                       Cora            11, born in TX April 1889

                                       Nellie B.       5, born in TX June 1894

                                       Bertie B         3, born in TX July 1896

                                       Nathaniel       1, born in TX September

                                                                                      1898"

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Dekabon Gowens, an employee of Mother Frances Hospital in 1958, lived at 1819 Confederate, according to the Tyler city directory.

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Flois Gowens was the parent of an infant born in Smith County August 18, 1927, according to BVS File 56516.

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Bobbye Lee Gowin died April 15, 1979 according to Smith County death records.

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Robert Edward Gowin died April 18, 1979 according Smith County death records.

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Miss S. E. Gowins was married August 7, 1880 to J. J. Cawroe, according to Smith County Marriage Book 38, page 435. 

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Of W. A. Gowins and Oreta Ayer Gowins nothing more is known.

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Carroll Heard Goyne was born in 1898 probably in Louisiana.

He enlisted July 15, 1917 in the U. S. Army at Camp Nichols, Louisiana.  He served in the Aisne Defensive in June 1918 in the Battle of Chateau Thierry during June and July 1918 and later in the Army of Occupation.  During this action he received a shrapnel wound in his right shoulder.  He returned from overseas August 23, 1919 and was discharged at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, according to Smith County Discharge Book 1, page 183.  He served in Company E, Thirtieth U. S. Infantry Regiment.  He was single and a corporal when discharged.

 

Carroll Heard Goyne and his wife Eunice Goyne, appeared in the city directory of Shreveport, Louisiana from 1930 through 1941.  During all that period he was a driver-salesman for Excelsior Steam Laundry.  In 1930 and 1931 they lived at 1116 Busbey.  In 1932 they lived at 1506 Sycamore.  From 1933 until 1937 they lived at 627 Spring Hill Avenue with two children, according to the Shreveport city directory.  In 1939 and 1940 they were listed at 111 Carrolton.

 

Children born to Carroll Heard Goyne and Eunice Goyne include:

 

          Carroll Heard Goyne, Jr.                      born about 1923

 

Carroll Heard Goyne, Jr., son of Carroll Heard Goyne and Eunice Goyne, was born about 1923.  In 1941 he was listed as a student living at 450 Dalzell, according to the Shreveport, Louisiana city directory.

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Marshall Lee Goyne, believed to be a brother of Carroll Heard Goyne, and his wife Eunice Goyne, appeared in the city directory of Shreveport, Louisiana from 1930 through 1941.  In 1931 he was a driver and lived at 1116 Busbey, the address of Carroll Heard Goyne.  In 1932 he was listed as a salesman for Ideal Laundry and with that company until 1936.  In 1934 he lived at 3209 Kentucky, and from 1935 to 1939 at 6402 Lexington.  In 1936 his wife's name was listed as Grace Goyne.  In 1939 he was listed at 3806 Maryland, in 1940 at 1912 Creswell and in 1941 at 3821 Richmond Avenue.  Two children were listed in the household in 1941 when Marshall Lee Goyne was working for Excelsior Steam Laundry.

 

In 1972 Marshall Lee Goyne was listed as a  taxpayer in Caddo County, Louisiana living at 1856 Ridgecrest Drive.

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Dixie Goynes died January 30, 1976 according to Smith County death records.

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Earl Goynes, student, lived at 2404 North Grand Avenue in 1954, according to the Tyler city directory.

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Mary Nyla Goynes died July 01, 1980 according to Smith Cout

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Sherwin Wallace Goynes was born in Smith County September 13, 1950, according to BVS File 138153.

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Carl Franklin Guynes died November 25, 1996 according to Smith County death records.

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Ethel Guynes Butler died January 15, 1993 according to Smith County death records.

 

SOMERVELL COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Randy J. Goins (19) married Cheryl M. Ashbrook (18) on July 3, 1970 according to Somervell County marriage records.

 

 

STARR COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Christine Goines was born in Starr County October 6, 1957, according to BVS File 199193.

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Donald Lee Goines was born in Starr County, May 9, 1956 according to BVS File 88930.

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James William Goines was born in Starr County January 21, 1955, according to BVS File 14076.

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Teresa de Jesus Goines was born in Starr County, November 4, 1947, according to BVS File 226364.

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Mike T. Goynes died February 02, 1966 according to Starr County death records.

 

STEPHENS COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Lizzie Going was married to Houston Mays December 31, 1920, according to Stephens County Marriage Book 5, page 13.

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Howard Robert Goins was born in Breckenridge, Texas July 8, 1923, according to BVS File 42429.  He enlisted February 26, 1943 in the U. S. Army at Abilene, Texas.  Howard Robert Goins, white, married, age 20, served as a private in Company A, First Infantry Regiment.  He went overseas in September 5, 1944 and returned July 15, 1945 after seeing action in Northern France, the Rhineland and Central Europe.  He was discharged November 16, 1945 and showed his residence at that time as 916 Wackwell Road, Ranger, Texas, according to Eastland County Discharge Book 4, page 233.  His civilian employment was shown as tire rebuilder.

 

He was married to Mary Louise Truly in Eastland County in 1944, according to Eastland County Marriage Book 17, page 86.  He was remarried to Genelle Cook in 1945, who was born at Ranger, Texas in 1928, according to Eastland County Marriage Book 17, page 217.  In 1946, he was listed as a mechanic living at Ranger, Texas.

 

Children Born to Howard Robert Goins and Genelle Cook Goins include:

 

          Howard David Goins                                      born June 18, 1946

 

Howard David Goins, first child of Howard Robert Goins and Genelle Cook Goins, was born at Ranger, Texas June 18, 1946, according to Eastland County Birth Book 26, page 20313.  He was married to Linda Mae Johns at Andrews Texas, September 5, 1964, according to Andrews County Marriage Book 3, page 48.

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John H, Goins was married to Miss Clara Mae Stewart September 12, 1922, according to Stephens County Marriage Book 5, page 311.

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Paul D. Goins Sr. (66) married Mary Bush (63) March 12, 1984 according to Stephens County marriage records.

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Ben Gowen was married to Mrs. Ruth Gowen August 29, 1927 according to Stephens County Marriage Book 8, page 103.

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Lou Ella Gowen was born September 11, 1922 in Stephens County, Texas, according to Texas BVS.

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Susan Elaine Gowens was born July 7, 1953 in Stephens County, according to BVS File 122070.

 

STONEWALL COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Ernest C. Goens received a royalty deed from R. H. Venable April 10, 1951 according to Stonewall County Deed Book 111, page 315.

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R. T. Gowan married Miss Louise Malone July 7, 1937.  Children born to R. T. Gowan and Louise Malone Gowan are unknown.

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Anita Roab Gowen and Charles R. Gowen received a mineral deed from Charles Turner November 24, 1950 for $1,000 on BBBBC Railroad Company land according to Stonewall County Deed Book 105, page 481.

 

Charles R. Gowen and wife gave an oil, gas & mineral lease to V. H. Willis February 14, 1967 according to Stonewall County Lease Book 219, page 84.

 

SUTTON COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Lena B. Goens died February 28, 1972 according to Sutton County death records.

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Blackstone W. Gowens died July 02, 1973 according to Sutton County death records.

 

SWISHER COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Rayburne W. Goen, who was born August 18, 1914, was a Freshman at Texas Technological College in September 1932.  He listed his home address as Rayburne W. Goen, Box 231, Happy, Texas.

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W. G. Goen, Tulia Savings & Loan Association, Box 480, Tulia, Texas, was a taxpayer on city property in Lamb County, Texas in 1972.

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Herbert W. Goin was born in Swisher County, Texas October 2, 1919, according to BVS File 51071.  His birth record was not recorded in the Swisher County Clerk's office.

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James Howard Goins died December 28, 1980 according to Swisher County death records.

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James Wilson Goins was born June 6, 1922 in Swisher County, according to BVS File 348.08.

==O==

T. A. Goins of Swisher County, Texas received a warranty deed from F. W. Scott for a lot in Tulia, Texas February 13, 1909, according to Swisher County Deed Book 21, page 282.  Consideration was $500.  T. A. Goins, a single man, gave a warranty deed to Anna Julian of Vermillion County, Indiana September 19, 1909, according to Swisher County Deed Book 21, page 439.  Consideration was $650.

                                            ==O==

John G. Gowin died May 25, 1973 according to Swisher County death records.

 

TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Tarrant County contained no Gowens or spelling variations in the 1850 census, the first of the county, according to "Tarrant County, Texas, 1850 Census" by Mary Barnett Curtis.

                                             ==O==

Barbara Ann Gawen was born in Tarrant County July 19, 1943, according to BVS File 83954.

==O==

Cheryl Denise Goains was born in Tarrant County July 26, 1964, according to BVS File 166146.

                                             ==O==

Christine Rae Goains was born in Tarrant County May 26, 1963, according to BVS File 86376.

                                             ==O==

Clayton Oneal Goains died June 19, 1993 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Deneshia Lee Goains was born in Tarrant County December 4, 1959, according to BVS File 240342 .

                                             ==O==

Durwood Lee Goains died August 17, 1998 according to Tarrant county death records.

                                            ==O==

Ann Ruth Goen died November 04, 1983 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Beatrice Grace Goen was married to James Corbett Robinson in 1912, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 27, page 280.

                                             ==O==

Billie Joan Goen was married to Bobby Joe Densman April 10, 1959, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 123, page 97.

                                             ==O==

Carroll Goen was a salesman for Royal Typewriter Company, living at 2707 Purrington, Apartment 6, according to the 1957 and 1958 city directories of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Guy Goen King died October 12, 1985 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

J. D. Ocie Goen died November 11, 1983 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Joy Ann Goen was married to Robert Aubrey Saling August 29, 1949, according to Tarrant County Marriage Rook 102, page 543.

                                             ==O==

Larry Jack Goen died April 24, 1983 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Ruby Goen gave a warranty deed to Harold & Eunice Edwards January 16, 1959 to a lot in Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4668, page 584.

                                             ==O==

Thomas Adolf Goen (25) married Carol June Fiock (20) on August 5, 1966 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                            ==O==

Zelma Harrell Goen died May 10, 1984 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

A Goens infant died June 28, 1909 in Tarrant County, according to BVS files.

                                             ==O==

D. G. Goens and his wife, Viola D. Goens gave a warranty deed to John L. Poulter to a lot in Rosen Second Addition, Ft. Worth, September 23, 1947, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1940, page 455.

                                             ==O==

Ella Goens, a negress, was married to I. J. Warren in 1907, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 18, page 516.

                                             ==O==

Norma Goens, an office worker, lived at 2404 Chestnut Avenue in 1951, according to the city directory of Ft. Worth.  In 1952 she was listed as a telephone operator living at 2529 NW 24th Street.

                                             ==O==

Richard Andre Goens died November 23, 1993 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Rosie Lee Goens received a warranty deed from Leonard's September 7, 1955 for one acre of land in the Dulaney Survey, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2904, page 480.

                                             ==O==

Samuel Goens appeared in the 1927 city directory of Ft. Worth living at 1108 Grainger. In the 1929 edition Nathan Goins and his wife, Bernice Goins, were living at 1108 Grainger rear.

                                             ==O==

Adda Inez Goin died February 08, 1990 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Ben Goin, a salesman, and his wife, Mildred Goin lived at 4210 Deering Avenue, according to the 1960 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Bernice Nora Goin died August 28, 1986 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Dorothy Joyce Goin died March 07, 1981 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Edith Goin, a cashier at J. C. Penney's, lived at 2532 Honey Suckle, according to the 1968 and 1970 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Elsie Goin, the widow of Ben J. Goin lived at 1621 East Tucker, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Freeda Little Goin, a feme sole of Tarrant County received a warranty deed from John L. Smith, Jr. July 7, 1972 to a lot in Hurst, Texas, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 5272, page 367.

                                             ==O==

Gary L. Goin, a welder for Lennox Industries, and his wife, Lynda G. Goin, lived at 2007 Loving Avenue in 1969 and 1970, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1971 he was employed by ABC Errand Service and lived at 2423 Grayson Avenue, according to the directory.

                                             ==O==

J. C. Goin was married to Alice Powell May 9, 1880, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 2, page 94.  Of J. C. Goin, Alice Powell Goin and descendants nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Jack Wilson Goin died August 22, 1984 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

James Bee Goin was married to Angie Montez Shore June 15, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 146, page 145.  James Dee Goin and Angie Montez Shore Goin received a deed from Aldridge Russell June 7, 1972 to Lot 14, Block C, Quail Creek West, according to Travis County, Texas Deed Book 4360, page 2396.

                                             ==O==

James Latham Goin was born in Tarrant County December 7, 1962, according to BVS File 239207.

                                             ==O==

James Robert Goin died February 2, 1943 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 9541.

                                             ==O==

James W. Goin and Deane Goin gave a deed of trust to Ft. Worth Mortgage Corporation May 26, 1970, to a lot in Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County deed records. On April 4, 1972 James W. Goin of Knox County, Tennessee gave a quit claim deed to Deane Goin to a lot in Bedford, Texas, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 5218, page 349.

                                             ==O==

Jessie Lavada Goin died May 22, 1968 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Joan Jessie Goin was married to Barney Lynn Odom June 5, 1962, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 129, page 421.

                                             ==O==

Joe B. Goin, a carpenter, and his wife, Mattie Lee Goin, a teacher at White Settlement Schools, lived at 136 Athenia Lane, according to the 1955 city directory of Ft. Worth.  On August 1, 1957 Joe B. Goin and Mattie Lee Goin received a warranty deed from Herman O'Bar, Jr. to Lot 2, Block 3, Deavers Addition, Wedgewood, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3133, page 271. On October 16, 1957 they received a warranty deed from Troy I. Davis to Lots 3 and 4, adjoining, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3153, page 271.  Mattie Lee Goin continued to teach at White Settlement Schools through 1963. From 1968 through 1972 she taught at Willis Elementary School. In 1957 through 1962 Joe B. Goin was employed as an assembler at Chance‑Vought Aircraft. From 1963 through 1971 he was a sheet metal worker at Ling‑Tempco‑Vought. He was listed as retired in 1972 and 1973.  They continued to live at 304 Nursery Lane in 1973.

                                             ==O==

Lester Ray Goin was born August 21 1942 and died August 22, 1942 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 37897.

                                             ==O==

M. E. Goin, one of the heirs of John Granbury, received a warranty deed from James Joyce June 6, 1892 to 160 acres of land located 17 miles northeast of Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 84, page 535.

                                             ==O==

Mary Augusta Goin was married October 1, 1969 to Lowell C. Rains, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 152, page 34.

                                             ==O==

Nadine E. Goin died February 06, 1973 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Nelda Lou Goin died May 12, 1980 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Otis S. Goin and Edith J. Goin lived at 6705 Duncan [W. W.] in 1957, according to the city directory of Ft. Worth. Otis S. Goin was in the U. S. Army at that time.

                                             ==O==

Raymond J. Goin died November 13, 1982 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Rebecca Ann Goin was born in Tarrant County June 23, 1942, according to BVS File 58609.  She was married January 23, 1960 to Alford T. Warbritton, Jr, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 125, page 375.

                                             ==O==

Rhonda Brooks Goin lived at 510 North Chandler, Ft. Worth, according to the 1965 city directory. She was married November 11, 1966 to Ira Marshall Goodwin, Jr, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 141, page 261.

                                             ==O==

Robert J. Goin died September 05, 1970 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Russell Kirk Goin was born in Tarrant County September 1, 1951, according to BVS File 1511415.  He was married to Debra Jane Wilson April 7, 1971, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 157, page 470. In 1971 Russell Kirk Goin, a shipper for Safeway Milk Company, and Debra Jane Wilson Goin lived at 3415‑A Race Street, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Sherie Lynette Goin was born in Tarrant County February 3, 1964, according to BVS File 3580.

                                             ==O==

Willie Ann Goin died June 11, 1968 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Miss Willie M. Goin was married to William E. Stewart in 1923, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 52, page 316.

                                             ==O==

Winnifred Delores Goin died June 01, 1979 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

William Goine, attendant at a Texaco service station in 1964, lived at 2506 Salisbury, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

"J. W. Goins" was married to L. E. Derrick July 20, 1886, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 4, page 123.  This couple is possibly William J. Goines and Louisa Ester Turpen Derrick Goines below.

 

William J. Goines and his wife, Lou Ester Turpen Goines were residents of Ft. Worth in February of 1889. He died sometime after 1896.  Lou Ester Turpen Goines, "widow of W. J. Goines", lived north of Ft. Worth, according to the 1901 city directory. She was shown in North Ft. Worth in the 1902‑03 city directory. In the 1904‑05 edition she was listed as "Louisa Goings, widow of John W. Goings" who lived on the "north bank of the river, between Calhoun and Jones Streets." She and three other individuals composed the household.

 

On January 7, 1905 "Mrs. Lue Goines" received a warranty deed from Frank Hutto to a lot in North Ft. Worth for $178, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 208, page 81.  "Lue Goines" received a quit claim deed from Lula Percy June 27, 1907 to a lot in North Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 261, page 144.

 

"Mrs. Lue Goines" gave a warranty deed to Tim Bowden June 28, 1908 to Lot 1, Block 62, North Ft. Worth Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 260, page 435. She received a warranty deed from North Ft. Worth Townsite Company to a lot, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 455, page 499.

 

"Lou E. Goines, the widow of William J. Goines"  was employed by Swift & Company and roomed at 1106 Clinton Avenue, according to the 1909‑10 city directory. From 1911 until 1918 she lived at 1106 Benjamin.  From 1920 to 1922 she lived at 909 Leahy Avenue. On September 19, 1921 she joined her son, Hubert Grammar Goines and L. H. Gray, possibly a son‑in‑law, in giving a warranty deed to Oliver "Ollie" Franklin Goines, another son to Lot 39, Block 230, North Ft. Worth Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 692, page 112 and Deed Book 693, page 112.

 

By 1923 Louisa Ester Turpen Goines had removed to 1104 Benjamin, next door to her previous residence, where she continued to live until 1927, according to the directory.  Louisa Ester Turpen Goines gave a deed of trust to J. W. Ware November 24, 1936 to 281 acres of land in Tarrant County, according to Deed Book 1259, page 311.

 

Louisa Ester Turpen Goines died October 3, 1937 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 52374.  Children born to William J. Goines and Louisa Ester Turpen Goines include:

 

Hubert Grammar Goines                                      born February 19, 1889

          Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines                      born March 15, 1892

          William Goines                                               born about 1894

          Henry G. Goines                                              born about 1896

 

Hubert Grammar Goines, first known child of William J. Goines and Louisa Ester Turpen Goines, was born in Tarrant County February 19, 1889, according to Tarrant County Birth Book 9, page 514.   He was shown in the 1907 Ft. Worth city directory as a blacksmith's helper employed by Ft. Worth Machine & Foundry Company, boarding at 309 North Rusk.

 

 He was married to Nora Ella Pickett February 17, 1910, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 23, page 388.  In 1911 and 1912 Hubert Grammar Goines, a blacksmith, and Ethel were living at 1106 Benjamin with one other person, believed to be his mother. In 1914 he, a blacksmith, was shown at 1104 Benjamin in North Ft. Worth, next door to the residence of his mother. In 1918 he was a coach cleaner living at 502 Grand Avenue.  On November 2, 1921 he received a warranty deed to a lot in Hyde Park Addition, Ft. Worth, from Hyde Park Land Company, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 723, page 73‑77.

 

From 1923 to 1928 he was living at 2115 Columbus Avenue and was employed by the city sewer department and the city engineering department.  On February 16, 1923 Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines gave a warranty deed to T. T. Jackson to a lot in Southland Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 779, page 39.  At the same time they gave him a warranty deed to a lot in Ellis Addition.

 

In 1927 Nora Ethel Pickett Goines was employed by the Natatorium Laundry, according to the city directory. She continued at the same employment in 1929 and 1931 and lived on Route 1.  In 1932 Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines were living at 3330 West 7th Street. He was a laborer at the city disposal plant at that time.  Nellie R. Goines, unidentified also lived at 3330 West 7th Street in 1932.

 

Hubert Grammar Goines received a warranty deed from Oakwood Farm to a lot October 24, 1934, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1193, page 441. They received a release from H.O.L.C. February 7, 1947, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1877, page 102. Reference is made to Tarrant County Deed Book 467, page 19 in the transaction.   Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines gave a warranty deed to Nellie R. Angell May 14, 1947 to a lot in Golden Gardens, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1903, page 606.

 

 On March 11, 1950 Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines gave a warranty deed to their children, Betty Lou Goines Storm, a widow; Lois Wilhemina Goines, a feme sole and Carl Elbert Goines, to a lot in Ft. Worth according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2172, pages 23-26.   From 1951 through 1962 Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines lived at 2709 Kinman Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. He was a laborer at 28th Street Welding Service, a business owned by his son in 1951.  From 1952 through 1962 he was a watchman at N. W. Compress. and lived in Haltom City, Texas.

 

Hubert Grammar Goines gave a warranty deed to some lots in Ft. Worth March 8, 1968 to his daughters, Lois Wilhemina Goine Sharpe, a widow, and Betty Lou Goines Storm, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4532, pages 441‑443.

 

Children born to Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines include:

 

          Carl Elbert Goines                         born November 30, 1910

          Lois Wilhemina Goines                 born July 31, 1918

          Betty Lou Goines                           born December 14, 1922

 

Carl Elbert Goines, first child of Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines, was born November 30, 1910, according to Tarrant County Birth Book 2, page 548.  In 1932 he appeared in the Ft. Worth city directory living at 3330 West 7th Street, the address of his parents.

 

Later he was married, wife's name Estelle H.  In November 14, 1941 Carl Elbert Goines and Estelle H. Goines received a release from Olga M. Wiley in a lot in Indian Lakes Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1473, page 87.  On January 6, 1947 they received a release from Olga M. Riley to a lot in the Dulaney Survey, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1865, page 132.

 

In 1947 he was operating Twenty‑Eighth Street Welding Shop and lived at 5721 Highland, Haltom City, Texas, an address they maintained through 1973, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1957 he changed the name of his business to Goines Welding Service and Goines Service Station. In 1960 they opened Goines Drive‑Inn at the same address.  In 1970 the drive‑inn was known as Chuck Wagon Pit Barbecue which they continued to operated through 1973.

 

Carl Elbert Goines and Estelle H. Goines received a warranty deed from his parents March 11, 1950 to a lot, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2172, page 24.  On April 23, 1952 Carl Elbert Goines and Estelle H. Goines received a warranty deed from Richard Dick Gibson to Lot 6, Block 3B, Diamond Hill Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2424, page 324.

 

On March 20, 1956 they received a warranty deed from Sam Lemaire for Lots 2 & 3, Block 58, Ellis Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2971, page 169.  In 1957, 1958 and 1959 Estelle H. Goines was an inspector for The Mathes Company. In 1960 she was an assembler for Superior Standards, according to the city directory.

 

On January 7, 1958 Carl Elbert Goines and Estelle H. Goines gave a  Golden Gardens warranty deed to Nellie Ruth Angell to Lot 7, Block 9, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3172, page 397. They confirmed the transaction April 30, 1964, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3926, page 165.

 

He received a warranty deed from Addie S. McDowell March 31, 1959 to Lot 2, Block 58, Ellis Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3308, page 537. On the same date they gave to Addie S. McDowell a warranty deed to Lot 6, Block 38, Diamond Hill Addition, according to the same reference.

 

Children born to Carl Elbert Goines and Estelle H. Goines include:

 

          Barbara Ann Goines                           born August 23. 1939

          Carl Elbert Goines, Jr.                        born September 1, 1941

 

Barbara Ann Goines, assumed to be the first child of Carl Elbert Goines and Estelle H. Goines, was born August 23, 1939 in Tarrant County.  In 1958 she was employed in the production control department of Mathes Company, where her  mother worked and lived in the residence of her parents at 5721 Highland, Haltom City.

 

Carl Elbert Goines, Jr. assumed to be the second child of Carl Elbert Goines and Estelle H. Goines, was born September 1, 1941, according to BVS File 92598.  He was married to Brenda Athalene Barrington May 8, 1961, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 127, page 198.  On April 11, 1966 Carl Elbert Goines, Jr. and Brenda Athalene Barrington Goines had a transaction with Educators' Industries, Inc. concerning Lot 22, Block 5, Richland Hills West Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4200, page 431.

 

Brenda Athalene Barrington Goines was listed as a beauty operator for Beau Monde Beauty Salon, living at 737 Schilder, according to the 1973 city directory of Ft. Worth.

 

Lois Wilhelmina Goines, assumed to be the second child of Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines, was born July 31, 1918 in Tarrant County.

 

She a feme sole, received an interest in a lot from her parents March 11, 1950, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2172, page 24.  In 1949 she was a clerk at Shaw Jewelry, living at 2705 Kinman, probably the address of her parents, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. She continued at that address through 1952. In 1950 and 1951 she continued to work for Shaw Jewelry. In 1952 she was a comptometer operator.  On January 20, 1956 she received a release from Tarrant County Savings & Loan Association to Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 6, Golden Gardens Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2951, page 35.

 

Later she was married, husband's name Sharpe.  On March 8, 1968 Lois Wilhelmina Goines Sharpe, a widow, received a warranty deed to some lots in Ft. Worth from her parents, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4532, pages 441‑443.

 

Betty Lou Goines, assumed to be the third child of Hubert Grammar Goines and Nora Ethel Pickett Goines, was born December 14, 1922 in Tarrant County. She was married about 1943, husband's name Storm.  On March 11, 1950 Betty Lou Goines Storm, "a widow" received a warranty deed from her parents to a lot in Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2172, page 23.  She received another deed to some lots in Ft. Worth on March 8, 1968 from her father, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4532, pages 441‑43.

 

Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines, second known child of William J. Goines and Louisa Ester Turpen Goines, was born in Tarrant County March 15, 1892.  He was married September 19, 1910 to Velma Ozment, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 24, page 347. In 1911 Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines and Velma Ozment Goines lived at 1106 Benjamin, Ft. Worth, ac­cording to the city directory.  At that time he was a coach cleaner employed by Frisco Railroad. He had the same address and employment in the 1912‑13 city directory.

 

In 1914 he was shown as a car repairman for the Frisco, living at 1106 Franklin, the address of his mother.  In 1916 and 1918 he was shown as a car repairman for the Cotton Belt Railroad.

 

Velma Ozment Goines died January 7, 1917, according to Tarrant County death records.  Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines was married to Miss Eula Holtzclaw August 1, 1917, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 35, page 441.  In 1920 he was shown as a laborer living at 909 Leahy Boulevard.  In 1923 he was shown at 1104 Benjamin, the residence of his mother.  In 1924 he was a mechanic at the same address.

 

On September 19, 1921 Louisa Ester Turpen Goines, Hubert Grammar Goines and L. H. Gray gave a warranty deed to Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines to Lot 39, Block 230, North Ft. Worth Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 692, page 112 and Deed Book 693, page 112.

 

In 1925 Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines and Eula Holtzclaw Goines lived at 1104 Benjamin with his mother.  He was again listed as a car repairman at that time.  In 1926 and 1927 Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines continued to live at his mother's address.  In 1926 Eula Holtzclaw Goines was rooming at 2259 Hurley Avenue, perhaps indicating a separation.

 

In 1927, 1928 and 1929 Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines was em­ployed by the Ft. Worth city street department, along with his brother, Hubert Grammar Goines.  In 1929 his address was listed as Route One, same as Hubert Grammar Goines.

 

Oliver Franklin Goines gave a warranty deed to C. T. May June 16, 1927 to a lot in North Ft. Worth Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 985, page 362.

 

Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines received a warranty deed to a lot in Union Depot Addition September 1, 1937, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1329, page 456.

 

He was married to Mrs. Blanche Price May 27, 1939, according to Parker County, Texas Marriage Book 18, page 176.

 

Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines received a warranty deed from Oakwood Farms to a lot in Golden Garden Addition, where Hubert Grammar Goines lived at the time, on May 31, 1940, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1422, page 492.  He received a warranty deed from Leroy E. Dobkins September 7, 1945 to a lot in Englewood Heights Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1730, page 115.

 

From 1947 through 1973 Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines lived at 3425 Thannisch Avenue, Ft. Worth, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  In the 1947 city directory Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines and Blanche Price Goines were both employed by Ft. Worth Macaroni Company.  In 1950 he was an employee of city water works.

 

They gave a warranty deed to L. O. Newman April 24, 1948 to a lot in Englewood Heights, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1995, page 79.  In 1951 he was a repairman in city public works. From 1952 through 1962 he was a foreman in public works.  On October 15, 1951 he gave a warranty deed to Mrs. G. E. Young, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2362, page 42.

 

Blanche Price Goines died January 21, 1959 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 3202.   Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines, the executor of her estate gave a warranty deed to Roy T. Bell to Lots 6&7, Block 8, Golden Gardens Addition February 4, 1959, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3289, page 34.  From 1964 through 1970 Oliver "Ollie" Franklin Goines was a public school crossing guard, according to the city directory. From the 1971 edition forward he was listed as retired.

 

Children born to Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines and wives include:

 

          Willard Goines                                                   born about 1919

 

Willard Goines, only known child of Oliver Franklin "Ollie" Goines was born about 1919.  He was listed in the 1947 city directory of Ft. Worth as a driver for Southland Beauty Supply Company living at 3425 Thannish Avenue, the address of his father.

 

William Goines, assumed to be the third child of William J. Goines and Louisa Ester Turpen Goines, was born about 1894 in Ft. Worth.  He appeared in 1911 in the Ft. Worth city directory as a blacksmith's helper residing at 1104 Benjamin, the address of his mother.

 

Henry G. Goines, assumed to be the fourth child of William J. Goines and Louisa Ester Turpen Goines, was born about 1896 in Ft. Worth.  He appeared in the 1916 edition of the city directory as a laborer for the Ft. Worth city street department living at 1104 Benjamin, the residence of his mother.  He was married about 1909, wife's name Martha.

 

It is believed that they were the father of:

 

Henry G. Goines, Jr.                                born about 1911

 

Henry G. Goines, Jr. assumed to be the son of Henry G. Goines and Martha Goines, lived at 2801 Tipson Street in 1970, 1971 and 1972, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  He was a welder for Riverside Steel Company.  On July 24, 1972 Henry G. Goines and Martha Goines received a warranty deed to a lot in Ft. Worth from Percy Fewell, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 5251, page 732.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Belle Goines gave a warranty deed to Louis F. Lofton September 14, 1922 to a lot in McConnell Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 733, page 535.

                                             ==O==

Betty Jean Goines was married to Cardie Lee Gilbert December 30, 1971, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 160, page 375.

                                             ==O==

Betty J. Goines, a PBX operator at Wards in 1973, lived at 2258 Bird Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Beverly Carolyn Goines was born in Tarrant County February 27, 1945, according to BVS File 24505.

                                            ==O==

Edward Goines was married November 26, 1957 to Dorothy R. Curtis, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 120, page 403.  Of Edward Goines and Dorothy R. Curtis Goines nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Egish M. Goines and his wife, Linda Sue Goines, received a general warranty deed from T. E. Lanier to Lot 16, Block A, Beverly Hills Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3296, page 448. From 1960 through 1962 he was a brickmason employed by Dell Rogers Contractor

and lived at 5017 Flagstone Drive.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Eliz Goines, a maid at Vickery School, lived at 949 East Jefferson, according to the 1957 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

James R. Goines, employee of the "mail department" and his wife, Georgia Goines lived at 551 College Avenue, Apartment 5, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Jerry Goines, U. S. Air Force, lived at 6066 Anahuac Street, rear, according to the 1967 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Joe Goines received a warranty deed from James Mayfield January 11, 1918 to a lot in Mayfield Addition, according to Tarrant County Dead Book 578, page 119.  He gave a warranty deed to Lynn Alexander November 14, 1923 to a lot in Mayfield Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 812, page 31.  Joe Goines, a caretaker lived at 4901 East Rosedale in 1952, according to Ft. Worth city directory.

 

Joe F. Goines, Jr. gave an affidavit to the public through his guardian Wayne E. Roberts November 11, 1971 in which he stated that he was over 18 and under 21.  He stated that his father Joe F. Goines lived outside the state of Texas. He mentioned that his mother's name was "Rena Goings."  The affidavit was for removal of disabilities, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 5143, page 481.

                                             ==O==

Kerry Blake Goines was born in Tarrant County July 8, 1962, according to BVS File 129243.

                                             ==O==

Linda Sue Goines was married to Floyd Oliver Wayne June 29, 1971, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 158, page 437. Linda Sue Goines was married to Robert Malcome Prindle November 7, 1973, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 168, page 64.

                                             ==O==

Marie Goines, a receptionist at 820 Hair Fashions, lived at Everman, Texas in 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Patricia Verna Goines was married to Ronnie Wayne Clifton October 17, 1972, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 163, page 431.

                                             ==O==

S. M. Goines received release of a vendor's lien from E. A. King June 14, 1900 to a lot in Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 122, page 400.

                                             ==O==

Sandra Gail Goines was born March 1, 1957 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 52435.  She was married to Joseph Thomas Van Slyke July 6, 1979, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 253, page 22.

                                             ==O==

Wanda Goines gave a warranty deed to Rosa L. R. May December 8, 1909 to a lot in Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 319, page 570.

                                             ==O==

Betty Going, 1918 Ridgeway, received a warranty deed from Barney Davis September 17, 1962  to Lot 5, Block 3, Ridge Terrace Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3728, page 4. The deed was accepted in lieu of $3,000 child support payments.  Betty Going gave a quit claim deed to Don Gentry August 15, 1969 to a lot in Arlington, according to Tarrant County deed records.

                                             ==O==

Miss Dellia Going in 1916 roomed at 1610 South Washington, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

G. A. Going in 1920 was an accountant with Courtney Auditing Company and lived at 425 Broadway, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Janie Going was married to H. L. Grigsby May 6, 1893, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 7, page 134.

                                             ==O==

Jimmy R. Going, an engineer for Convair, and his wife, Gail Going lived at 7132 Overhill Road, according to the 1961 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

John Going and Beulah Going were the parents of a daughter born December 11, 1908, according to Tarrant County Birth Book 4, page 133.

                                             ==O==

Kearney Going, a sister to Emma L. Going Hindman, lived at 1605 Fairmont Avenue, according to the 1947 edition of the Ft. Worth city directory.

 

On June S, 1947, Kearney Going, feme sole and heir of Emma L. Going Hindman, deceased, gave a warranty deed to Annie Going Taylor, another sister, to Lot 3, Block 3, Stewart Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1910, page 131. The property was located at 1605 Fairmont.  E. W, Jackson was the administrator of the estate of Emma L. Going Hindman.

 

 On November 2, 1948 Kearney Going, "a single woman of Shelby County, Tennessee," gave a warranty deed to the same property to J. C. Crocker, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2042, page 339.

 

On March 16, 1953, Kearney Going, "a feme sole of Shelby County Tennessee" gave a transfer of the same property to Georgia D. Lea, feme sole, for $3,750, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2540, page 470.

                                             ==O==

Lizzie Going, negro maid, lived at 664 South Calhoun and worked at the Seibold Hotel, according to the 1922 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Lousenda Going, a "recorder" lived at 711 East Leuda, according to the 1951 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Going Shaw died March 29, 1975 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Thomas B. Going in 1922 lived at 515 May, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

William C. Going, a drilling engineer, and his wife, Dorothy Going, lived at 501 College Avenue in 1947, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Edward A. Goings Jr. (29) married Courtney Christensen (36) on August 1, 1991 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

 

Elbert Goings died August 30, 1923 in Tarrant County, according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Emma Goings appeared at 73 Windmill Avenue in 1929, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Erris E. Goings was married to Lorecia Jane Guidry February 13, 1952, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 108, page 132. In 1952 he was in the U. S. Navy.  Erris E. Goings received a warranty deed from Grace Lozby, a widow, February 18, 1954, to Lot 22, Block 22, Benbrook Lakeside Addition for $500, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2673, page 559.

 

Erris E. Goings and Lorecia Jane Guidry Goings of Harris County, Texas gave a warranty deed to C. H. Joyce for $1,300 January 12, 1956 to Lot 22, Block 22, Benbrook Lakeside Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2948, page 508.

                                             ==O==

Joe Freeman Goings, an airman in the U. S. Air Force, and his wife, Rena W. Goings, lived at 1123 Yale, River Oaks, according to the 1957 city directory of Ft. Worth.  From 1958 through 1962 he continued in the U. S. Air Force and lived at 5605 James Drive, River Oaks, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

 

The couple received a divorce March 19, 1971, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 5013, page 693. Rena W. Goings received the residence at 5605 James Drive and $25 per week child support for her two children.

 

Children born to Joe Freeman Goings and Rena W. Goings include:

 

          Joe Freeman Goings, Jr.                              born in 1960

          Vanson DeWayne Goings                           born in 1967

                                             ==O==

"John L. Goins" lived at 2307 Ross, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth.  John Goings lived at 2307 Ross in 1951, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. He appeared at 3140 Frazier Avenue in 1952.

                                             ==O==

John Lewis Goings died in Tarrant County January 14, 1954, according to BVS File 4368.

                                             ==O==

Russell Lee Goings, Jr, a negro was married to Mattie M. Howell June 3, 1955, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 115, page 441.  Of Russell Lee Goings, Jr. and Mattie M. Howell Goings nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Trola M. Goings, a school cafeteria cook, lived at 1505 Stephenson, according to the 1964 and 1965 city directories of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Vanson Dewayne Goings was born in Tarrant County February 8, 1961, according to BVS File 33151. He married Kathy G. Culwell (21) on August 18, 1984, when he was 23, according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Alvin D. Goins died November 28, 1937, according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Annie Goins was living at 1912 Benhall Court, rear in 1926, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Benjamin Harrison Goins, his wife, Virginia Goins, and others gave an easement to the public August 29, 1966 in Glenn Acres, White Settlement, Texas, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4273, page 221 and Tarrant County Deed Book 4281, page 663.

 

Benjamin Harrison Goins, Jr. lived at 500 Branch Circle from 1967 through 1973, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1967 and 1968 he was a zoo attendant at the Ft. Worth Zoo. In 1972 he was an employee of Stribblings Department Store.  In 1973 he was a director of Ft. Worth Bowling Association.

 

Benjamin Harrison Goins III was married to Stella M. Hall February 9, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 145, page 335. Of Benjamin Harrison Goins III and Stella M. Hall Goins nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Bernice Goins lived at 1209 Jarvis, according to the 1932 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Bob Goins was employed by G&P Automotive Service, according to the 1969 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

C. O. Goins, an employee of Convair, lived at 7902C Raymond, according to the 1956 Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Charlotte Goins died March 23, 1982 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Cheryl Goins, an office secretary, lived at 6021 Walnut Drive, according to the 1972 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                            ==O==

Clyde E. Goins and Esther Goins received a warranty deed from John F. Koeniger to Lot 10, Block 1, Highland Lake Addition July 1, 1966, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4236, page 553.

                                             ==O==

Dary Goins appeared at 89 Windmill Avenue, Ft. Worth in 1931, according to the city directory.

 

Darius C. Goins, perhaps the above, died November 24, 1956, according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

E. Bern Goins and his wife, Jessie Goins, lived at 2512 Ryan Avenue, according to the 1950 and 1951 city directory of Ft. Worth.  He was a clerk at Brigham Young Liquor Store.

                                             ==O==

Eddie Goins, U. S. Air Force, and Neomi Goins lived at 3200 Lake Como Drive, Apartment 88, according to the 1968 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Elizabeth Goins who worked at Quality Cafeteria in 1923, roomed at St. Francis Hotel, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Elizabeth Ann Goins was born in Tarrant County November 27, 1945, according to BVS File 137025.  Elizabeth Ann Goins was married to William Ernest Vinson, Jr. March 1 1963, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 131, page 263.

                                             ==O==

Ethel Edna Goins was married to Willis C. Carter October 2, 1969, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 152, page 39.

                                             ==O==

Evalyn Doris Goins died May 11, 1969 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Fabrienne Leona Goins was married to Kerry Noble McClain, November 29, 1973, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 168, page 207.

                                             ==O==

Glen Goins was married to Della Mae Murrell in December, 1938, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 79, page 490. Of Glen Goins and Della Mae Murrell Goins nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Gradie Goins died March 05, 1993 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Henry Goins and his wife, Lucinda Goins lived at 1612 Curzon in 1927, according to the Ft. Worth city directory, at 1825 Granbury in 1928‑29; at 1512 Summit in 1931, at 2019 Wallis in 1932 and at 820 Maryland in 1933‑34, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  From 1947 through 1949 they lived at 600 East Terrell Avenue. In 1949 he was listed as a yardman. In 1951-52 they lived at 3323 Lincoln Avenue.

 

Henry Goins died October 10, 1956 in Tarrant County, according to BVS files.  Lucinda Goins died June 19, 1956 in Tarrant County, according to BVS Files.

 

Homer Goins in 1932 also lived at 2019 Wallis, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  Homer Goins and Lacy Goins lived at 2950 Pearl Avenue, according to the 1961 city directory of Ft. Worth.  From 1965 through 1971 he was an orderly at Fort Worth Osteopathic Hospital and lived at 3106 Lee Avenue. Later he lived at 2551 Highcrest.

 

Homer Goins died March 24, 1971 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Howard M. Goins died April 20, 1974 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Jack Goins, negro was married to Amanda "Mandy" Walton December 27, 1880, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 2, page 189.  Jack Goins, negro teamster, was listed in the 1901 city directory of Ft. Worth living at 324 West 10th Street.  Amanda "Mandy" Walton Goins, in a household of four, appeared in the 1901‑2‑3 editions of the directory.  Jack Goins died in May, 1909 without leaving a will.

 

Amanda Walton "Mandy" Goins, "a widow and others" gave a quit claim deed to L. C. Clayton and others to a part of the M. A. Jackson Survey September 12, 1914, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 480, page 417.

 

Amanda Walton "Mandy" Goins had received a quit claim deed from Thomas L. Stallcup to one acre of land August 14, 1909. The deed was later lost and on January 27, 1920 Thomas L. Stallcup gave her a replacement deed, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 502, page 554.  Amanda "Mandy" Walton Goins was remarried to George Lovell in 1911, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 26, page 348, but apparently the marriage did not last. Amanda "Mandy" Walton Goins appeared from 1931 to 1934 at 1613 Davis Avenue, Cowansville, according to the city directory.

 

Amanda "Mandy" Walton Goins died March 1, 1940 without a will.

 

Children born to Jack Goins and Amanda "Mandy" Walton Goins include:

 

          Charlotte L. Goins                                    born about 1890

          Joseph Goins                                             born about 1893

 

Charlotte L. Goins, daughter of Jack Goins and Amanda "Mandy" Goins, was born about 1890.  She was married about 1920 to Thomas Lee who died September 5, 1926. No children were born to this union.  After the death of Thomas Lee Charlotte L. Goins resumed her maiden name.

 

Charlotte L. Goins was the operator of Goins Place and lived at 1615 Amanda from 1947 through 1961, according to the city directory of Ft. Worth. In 1949 she was listed as a soft drink salesman. In 1950 she operated Stop Six Package Store. In 1952 she was listed as a clerk at Burke's.  In 1953‑54 she operated Poinciana Cafe. From 1957 through 1961 she operated Royal Poinciana Cafe.

 

Charlotte L. Goins received a warranty deed from Joseph Goins, her brother, a single man, on November 16, 1948 to his interest in 33 acres in the Dulaney addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2045, page 217. They had previously received the property from Thomas L. Stallcup July 23, 1919, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 502, page 554.

 

Charlotte L. Goins was married to Lee W. Jones, negro, February 14, 1955, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 114, page 579. Apparently Charlotte L. Goins did not remain married long because on March 4, 1960 Charlotte L. Goins, "femme sole" gave an affidavit to the public in which she stated that she "was married to Willie Lee Jones," according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3420, page 396. The affidavit related to the north half of Block C, Charlotte Goins Sub‑Division of Dulaney Survey.

 

Charlotte L. Goins gave a warranty deed to A. Barnes March 24, 1965, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4085, page 369.  In 1969 Charlotte L. Goins, retired, "widow of Lee" continued to live at the rear of 1617 Amanda, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

 

Joseph Goins, son of Jack Goins and Amanda "Mandy" Walton Goins, was born about 1893.  Joseph Goins, negro laborer for Ft. Worth Power & Light Company, lived at 1616 Chambers Avenue in 1923. In 1924 he and his wife, Rosie Lee Goins who worked for a restaurant, lived on Main Street, Cowansville. In 1925 he was a laborer for Youngblood Plumbing living at Cowansville. In 1926, 1927 and 1929 he was again a laborer for Ft. Worth Power & Light living on Route 4, Box 60. In 1932 he was shown to be living at 1613 Davis Avenue, Cowansville, the address given by his mother.

 

Apparently Joseph Goins and Rosie Lee Goins were divorced about 1946. Rosie Lee Goins, negro widow, received a warranty deed from Thomas L. Stallcup to a lot in Stallcup Addition, Ft. Worth December 12, 1946, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1862, page 83. On the same day she gave a warranty deed to James C. Killingsworth and Margaret Goins Killingsworth to a lot in Stallcup Second Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1862, page 84. Later she received a warranty deed from James C. Killingsworth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1867, page 380.

 

In 1947 and 1948 Joseph Goins lived with his sister at 1615 Amanda, according to Ft. Worth city directory. In 1949 he was listed as a laborer for Boswell & Boone Plumbing.   In 1950 Rosie Lee Goins lived at 4709 Katy, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1951 and 1952 she lived at 5217 Ramey Avenue.

 

Rosie Lee Goins gave a warranty deed to S. V. Thornton, a widow, to a portion of one acre in Tarrant County September 7, 1955, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2904, page 481.  In 1957 Joseph Goins continued to live at 1615 Amanda.  On August 8, 1958 Rosie Lee Goins gave a warranty deed to Willie B. Fields to one acre in the Dulaney Survey, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3232, page 596.

 

On March 24, 1966 Rosie Lee Goins, a widow, and others gavef an easement to Texas Electric Service Company on 5.96 acres, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4193, pages 257 and 336.

 

Rosie Lee Goins gave a warranty deed to Yolanda Pierce and Johnny Wallace to a lot in Ft. Worth December 4, 1970, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4966, page 612 and 614.

 

It is believed that children born to Joseph Goins and Rosie Lee Goins include:

 

          Margaret Goins                               born about 1926

 

Margaret Goins, assumed to be a daughter of Joseph Goins and Rosie Lee Goins, was born about 1926, probably in Ft. Worth.   Margaret Goins, negress, was married to James C. Killingsworth March 15, 1946, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 94, page 239. In December of that year James C. Killingsworth and Margaret Goins Killingsworth received a warranty deed from her mother, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1862, page 84.

 

Apparently the couple was divorced and Margaret Goins Killingsworth resumed her maiden name because in 1953‑54 she was a waitress at Poinciana Cafe, operated by her aunt, Charlotte L. Goins, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.   Margaret Goins gave a warranty deed to Andrew J. Madkin May 1, 1953, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2562, page 48.  Margaret Goins, a widow, gave a release on the property to Madkins August 27, 1956, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2037, page 93. In 1957 she was living at 5317 Ramey Avenue, the address given by her mother earlier.

 

"Margie Goins" lived at 2315 Market Avenue in 1932, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Jacqueline Jean Goins was born in Tarrant County July 26, 1937, according to BVS File 58348.  She was married December 31, 1955 to Rogers James Roberts, according to Parker County Marriage Book 31, page 206.

                                             ==O==

James Goins, truck driver, lived at 315 East Tucker Street, according to the 1973 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

James Willie Goins died December 22, 1993 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Jane Goins was married to Leon J. Berryhill November 11, 1945, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 93, page 182.

                                             ==O==

Janice Lou Goins was married to William N. Maben, Jr. November 25, 1957, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 120, page 397.

                                             ==O==

Jean Goins was married to Buster H. Woody October 31, 1957, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 120, page 323.

                                             ==O==

Jesse Lee Goins, superintendent of Ft. Worth Envelope Company, and his wife, Susie M. Goins, lived at 5120 North Hampshire Boulevard, according to the 1958 and 1959 city directory of Ft. Worth. In 1960 he was listed as an adjuster at Ft. Worth Envelope Company living at 5318 Windomere.  Jesse Lee Goins and Susie M. Goins gave a trustee's deed to Syracuse Savings Bank on Lot 23 in Milner Cooke Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3652, page 138.

                                             ==O==

Jim Goins, a plumber, lived at 1650 Shenna Boulevard, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

John Goins worked at Gulf Refining Company in 1912‑13 and boarded at 108 West North 23rd Street, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

John Goins, negro, in 1918 was a porter for Plescia Brothers. He lived at 1409 Washington, rear.

                                             ==O==

Johncie Goins died September 12, 1926, in Tarrant County, according to BVS files.

                                             ==O==

John William Goin, a clerk for Jeter's Liquor Store in 1947, lived at 809 Virginia Place, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. He died June 19, 1949 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 30227.

                                             ==O==

Johnnie Wayne Goins was born November 15, 1947 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 150777.

                                             ==O==

Joseph Goins died November 26, 1960 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File No. 68288.

                                             ==O==

Judith Ann Goins was born in Tarrant County March 30, 1945, according to BVS File 36283.

                                             ==O==

Judy Goins, an order filler for Tex‑Mart Sales, lived at Hurst, Texas, according to the 1959 city directory of Ft. Worth.

 

Judy E. Goins was married to Howard L. Riggs, Jr. August 25, 1959, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 123, page 635.

                                             ==O==

Julia Goins, negress, was married to Sterling May in 1903, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 14, page 262.

                                             ==O==

Joseph C. Goins and his wife, Martha Ellen Matthews Goins lived in Ft. Worth in 1947 according to the city directory.  They lived at 3717 Hardeman, according to the 1953‑54 city directory.  They gave a warranty deed to C. R. Covert August 25, 1953 to Lot G, Block 1, Trueacres Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2605, page 229.

 

Joseph C. Goins gave an affidavit to the public July 16, 1956 that Martha Ellen Matthews Goins was married first to Marion Matthews and was divorced in 1918 in St. Louis, Missouri.  Martha Ellen Matthews Goins died in Ft. Worth April 24, 1956.  No children were born to the couple.

 

Joseph C. Goins gave a warranty deed to Ernest L. Forester July 13, 1956, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3011, page 388.

                                             ==O==

Joseph D. Goins was born in Tarrant County July 3, 1923, according to BVS Files.

                                             ==O==

Joseph Marshall Goins was born in Tarrant County March 28, 1964, according to BVS File 49939

                                             ==O==

Joy Elaine Goins was born in Tarrant County December 30, 1956, according to BVS File 242099.

                                             ==O==

Judith Ellen Goins was born in Tarrant County June 30, 1940, according to BVS files.

                                             ==O==

Kenneth Riley Goins (17) was married to Lynette Jean Newkirk (15) November 2, 1971, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 159, page 612.  Of Kenneth Riley Goins and Lynette Jean Newkirk Goins nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

M. James Goins in 1961 was a houseman for Central Motel, living at 509 South Virginia Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Marcia Lynn Goins was married to Paul Eugene Schafer June 11, 1974, accord to Tarrant County Marriage Book 170, page 338.

                                             ==O==

Mary Elizabeth Goins died March 06, 1965 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Mary Frank Goins died in Tarrant County March 21, 1936, according to Tarrant County Death records.

                                             ==O==

Mary J. Goins in 1971 lived at 2706 Christine Street, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Nathan Goins and his wife, Effie Goins, lived at 2112 West Daggett Avenue, according to the 1947 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Odell Goins, negress, was married to James Carlin, Jr., September 22, 1943, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 100, page 630.

                                             ==O==

Paul Granvall Goins was born October 25, 1920.  He was a salesman for Boswell Dairies and lived in Ft. Worth in 1952, according to the city directory.  In 1953 and 1954 he was listed as a driver living at 956 Marion Avenue.  In 1957 he was playground manager for Tarrant County Children's Home and lived at 3125 East Lancaster.  In 1959 he was a salesman for Grady Helm & Son living at 1610 5th Avenue.  He continued in that capacity in 1960, but lived at 1810 5th Avenue.

 

Paul Granvall Goins, a single man, gave a warranty deed to James P. Farnham August 7, 1962, to Lot 1, Block 29, Carlock Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3713, page 645.

 

Paul Granvall Goins gave an easement to Brazos Electric Power Cooperative October 18, 1965 on property in Parker County, Texas, according to Parker County Deed Book 407, page 223.

 

In 1967 he was listed as a salesman for Morton Foods, living at 1309 Park Place, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  From 1971 through 1974 he drove a truck for Ft. Worth Drug & Notion Company, according to the city directory.

 

On February 14, 1973 Paul Granvall Goins was married to Elda Vernell Tomlinson who was born February 7, 1922, according to Jack County Marriage Book 12, page 37.

 

In 1974 Paul Granvall Goins and Elda Vernell Tomlinson Goins continued to live at 4803 Trentman, according to the Ft. Worth directory.

 

Paul Granvall Goins died March 31, 1982 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Ralph C. Goins died August 26, 1977 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Rebecca J. Goins, stock clerk for Leonards Department Store, lived on Rt. 12, Box 906, according to the 1971 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Richard Herrent Goins was born January 11, 1949 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 13100.

                                             ==O==

Robert Goins, laborer, lived at 5553 Wainwright Place, according to the 1959 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Robert Goins, airman in the U. S. Air Force and his wife, Gloria Goins, lived at 1006 Odessa Avenue, according to the 1968 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Rosie Goins died January 10, 1992 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Roy Goins was married to Clara Gameson in 1935, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 74, page 349.  Of Roy Goins and Clara Gameson Goins nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Ruby Goins, retired, lived at 2734 May Street, Apartment 2, according to the 1971 city directory of Ft. Worth.  In 1972 and 1973 she was listed as a waitress living at 1103 Alston Avenue, Apartment 4.

                                             ==O==

Ruth Goins, employed by Superior Laundry in 1930, lived on Rt. One, Box 325, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Sammie C. Goins, an employee of Tasty Pie, lived at 5520 Alexander Drive, Apartment A, in 1961, and at 5552 Alexander Drive, Apartment B, according to the 1962 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Thomas J. Goins, Jr. and Sarah Goins received a warranty deed from Pearles Corporation July 11, 1962, to Lot 36, Block 4, Oakwood Terrace, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3705, page 21.

                                             ==O==

Toni D. Goins died January 22, 1975 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Travis Joan Goins was married to Robert I. Bee December 17, 1951, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 107, page 518.

                                             ==O==

Viola Goins died November 14, 1963 in Tarrant County, according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Walter Goins received a warranty deed from William M. Evans July 1, 1905 to a lot in Tarrant County, according to Deed Book 208, page 444.

                                             ==O==

Wanda Nell Goins was married to Harold Edward Baldwin April 23, 1973, ac­cording to Tarrant County Marriage Book 165, page 374.

                                             ==O==

Wiley H. Goins and Dorothy A. Goins lived at 5629 Dennis Avenue, Ft. Worth in 1967, according to the city directory. He was in the U. S. Air Force.

                                             ==O==

William Goins in 1922 lived at 1927 Arlington Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

William Gary Goins was born in Tarrant County September 19, 1939, according to BVS files.

                                             ==O==

James B. Goinz and his wife, Marguerite Goinz, received a warranty deed from L. E. Richardson June 13, 1955 to Lot 35, Block 20, West Ft. Worth Land Company Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2873, page 364.

 

In 1957 James B. Goinz, general agent for Chicago and Northwestern Railway, and Marguerite Goinz, lived at 4108 Lowell Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

 On March 30, 1966 they gave a warranty deed to the property they purchased in 1955 to Berry Tomlinson, Jr, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4196, page 68.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Gowan [no first name given] died May 1, 1908 in Tarrant County, according to BVS files.

                                             ==O==

Bach A. Gowan was listed at 601 West Maddox Avenue in the 1969 and 1970 city directories of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Bill Gowan lived at 4401 Green Acre Court, according to the 1972 Ft. Worth telephone directory.

                                             ==O==

Brenda [Glenda?] Carol Gowan was born September 28, 1965 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 152032.

                                             ==O==

Carol Jean Gowan was married to Mark Randell Todd June 5, 1972, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 162, page 63.

                                             ==O==

Charles Gowan, a construction worker for Kimbrey Construction Company, and Dorothy D. Gowan lived at 224C Lucas Drive, Ft. Worth, accruing to the 1968 city directory.

                                             ==O==

Charley Gowan, a carpenter at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation lived at 118 ½ Exchange Avenue, according to the 1951 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Darrell C. Gowan was married to Dorothy M. Carter May 11, 1942, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 84, page 594.

                                             ==O==

Doris Gowan was married to Wallace E. Kleinpeter September 28, 1945, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 92, page 592.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Dorothy F. Gowan lived at 3236 Illinois Avenue, Ft. Worth, according to the 1961 and 1962 city directory.  Mrs. Dorothy Gowan lived at 1329 Orange Street, according to the 1965 city directory.  Mrs. Dorothy Gowan also lived at 3613 6th Avenue, according to the 1965 city directory.  From 1967 through 1972 Mrs. Dorothy F. Gowan, was a presser at Berry Brothers & Donahue Cleaners, according to the city directory.  In 1967 she lived at 1216 West Fogg Street.  From 1968 through 1972 she lived at 3501 Willing Avenue.    Mrs. Dorothy F. Gowan lived at 1810 5th Street according to the 1972 Ft. Worth telephone directory.

 

Dorothy Frances Gowan was married to Billy Joe Williams December 4, 1970, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 156, page 383.

                                             ==O==

E. F. Gowan, a carpenter, and Linda Gowan lived at 5017 Flagstone Drive, SP, according to the 1959 city directory of Ft. Worth. 

                                             ==O==

Edwin John Gowan died August 14, 1985 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Emma M. Gowan, secretary to Dr. A. W. Montague, Jr. in 1926, roomed at 816 Taylor, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Eugene Gowan, 1140 West Main Street, Arlington, Texas, paid taxes on a lot in Plano, Texas in 1972.

                                             ==O==

Floyd Gowan, Jr, U.S. Air Force and Shirley Gowan lived at 1025 River Road in 1964 and 1965, according to the city directory.

                                             ==O==

G. E. Gowan of Tarrant County, dealt in mineral assignments in Nolan County, Texas with S. L. Carpenter and Charter Oil & Gas Company on October 17, 1938, according  to Nolan County Oil & Gas Book 2, page 355 and 472.George L. Gowan, a photographer for the Soil Conservation Service his wife, Mavis Marie Anderson Gowan, lived at 1214 S. Henderson in 1940, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. On August 21, 1940 he received a warranty deed from E. L. Stinern to a lot in Homeland Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1424, page 517.

 

The 1941 city directory showed them at 3732 J Avenue. On April 9, 1941 George L. Gowan and Mavis Marie Anderson Gowan received a warranty deed from Lillian Wolflin to a lot in Homeland Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1462, page 461. On July 10, 1941 they sold the lot in Homeland Addition to J. A. Tomlinson, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1476, page 493 and Deed Book 1479, page 619.

 

The 1942 city directory showed them living at 3751 Wayside Avenue, Ft. Worth.  In 1971 and 1972 George L. Gowan lived at 6015 Westridge Lane, according to the city directory.  George T. Gowan, an accountant for Haskins & Sells, lived at the same address, Apt. 120, according to the 1971 directory.

                                            ==O==

Gretchen E. Gowan died May 08, 1998 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

H. M. Gowan gave a release of a deed of trust to a part of Block 3, Rector Addition, Ft. Worth November 28, 1911, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 390, page 284.

                                             ==O==

Hallie Boltner Gowan died February 14, 1967 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Hazel Gowan died in Tarrant County May 12, 1916, according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Howard R. Gowan died January 05, 1978 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

James Gowan, a driver for Milk Producers Company, lived in Ft. Worth in 1922.

                                             ==O==

James D. Gowan gave a release of deed of trust to Thomas M. Huff September 17, 1906 to Lots 9‑12, Block 34, Ellis Addition, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 243, page 13.

                                             ==O==

James E. Gowan (41) married Phyllis A. Maxey (35) on September 4, 1984 according to Tarrant County marriage records. 

                                             ==O==

 James G. Gowan, a deliveryman for Burge Hardware & Appliances #1, lived at 5101 N. Harding, Ft. Worth, according to the 1950 city directory.

                                             ==O==

Janice L. Gowan was married to Cecil Ray Sanders September 19, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 147, page 551.

                                             ==O==

Miss Janie Lee Gowan was married to Eugene Betzen, 1109.5 Elm, Dallas, November 7, 1936, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 76, page 432.

                                             ==O==

Jimmie E. Gowan (21) married Kathleen L. Kirchoffer (18) on June 2, 1979 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Joan Larre Gowan was married to David Lee Sanders June 26, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 146, page 558.

                                             ==O==

John Gowan, laborer, lived at 56 Windmill Avenue, according to the 1943 city directory of Ft. Worth.  John Gowan, dishwasher at Ted's Eat Shop, lived at 200 Swift, according to the 1947 city directory.

                                             ==O==

John H. Gowan, section hand, and his wife, Marie O. Gowan, in 1940, lived  at 3516 James Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1941 he was employed by the city garbage department and lived at the same address. In 1942 and 1943 he lived on West Rio Grande Avenue.  In 1945 John H. Gowan, garbage department, and Marie O. Gowan, an inspector, lived at 3515 8th Avenue.

 

"Mrs. Marie Gowin" was married to C. A. Rampy May 9, 1946, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 94, page 537.

                                             ==O==

Johnny B. Gowan [or Gowans], a helper at McKinley Iron Works, lived at 510 N. Harding, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

LaNell Gowan was married to Edd Woodward November 9, 1962, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 130, page 462.

                                             ==O==

L. G. Gowan, a construction worker and his wife, Alice Gowan, lived at 1900‑D West Cannon Avenue in 1957 and 1958, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Lula Gowan, non compus mentis, lived at Eventide Rest Home, 1413 Baurline Street from 1952 through 1969. She lived at 1400 East Leuda Street from 1970 through 1972. Mrs. C. E. Lindsay, a friend, was appointed her guardian in 1952. Later June Giles was guardian. In 1969 Willie Giles was guardian, and in 1971 Lovie Stillwell, friend was appointed her guardian.

 

Lula Gowan died August 09, 1972 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Margaret Gowan, a teacher at Bell High School, Irving, Texas, lived in Ft. Worth, according to the 1973 city directory.

                                             ==O==

Mary Gowan died February 18, 1930 in Tarrant County, according to Bureau of Vital Statistics records.

                                             ==O==

Mary Gowan lived at 2919 S. Grove Street, Apartment 151, according to the 1970 Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Mary Beatrice Gowan died January 31, 1997 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Mary R. Gowan died April 07, 1974 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Melba R. Gowan in 1952 was employed by Vinnedge-Bestyett and lived at 1806 Harrington Avenue, according to Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Minnie Gowan lived at 510 North Harding, according to the 1950 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Moody Currie Gowan died January 26, 1992 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Nancy Gowan, an employee of Broken Arrow Cafe, lived at 2816 Olive Place, according to the 1951 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Odis J. Gowan died August 20, 1973 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Otto Gowan, a painter, in 1914 boarded at the Mohawk Hotel, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Raymond W. Gowan (23) married Lori L. Flannery (21) on May 1, 1991 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Rodney V. Gowan lived at 929‑B East Tucker, Ft. Worth, according to the 1961 city directory.

                                             ==O==

Steven Ashley Gowan was married to Renee Lee Hadisty June 13, 1969, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 150, page 413. In 1972 they lived at 328 Bedford Road, according to the Ft. Worth telephone directory.  In 1973, Steven Ashley Gowan, an employee of F&H Ribbing Company, and Renee Lee Hadisty Gowan lived at 217 Simmons Drive, Hurst, Texas, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Suzan Lynn Gowan was born in Tarrant County February 22, 1963, according to BVS File 32212.

                                             ==O==

Thomas W. Gowan (25) married Melanie S. Bowen (21) on December 19, 1970 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

 

Tiny Gowan, the widow of Jeff Gowan, lived at 929-B East Tucker in 1961, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  Rodney V. Gowan gave the same address.

                                             ==O==

Wanda J. Gowan, saleswoman for Clark's Discount Center, lived at 2624 Stuart Drive from 1964 through 1967, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

William Moody Gowan (21) married Linda Lue Heflin (19) on April 19, 1966 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Alvin Gowans died October 31, 1990 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Arreva Jean Gowans was born in Tarrant County June 24, 1950, according to BVS File 83095.

                                             ==O==

Carol Yvonne Gowans was born February 11, 1950 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 34211.

                                             ==O==

Cynthia Darlene Gowans was born in Tarrant County December 3, 1961, according to BVS File 237434.

                                             ==O==

Daphne Michelle Gowans was born in Tarrant County April 13, 1964, according to BVS File 6732.

                                             ==O==

Darolyn Prechene Gowans was born in Tarrant County August 1, 1958, according to BVS File 48408.

                                             ==O==

Debra Ann Gowans was born May 8, 1955 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 85065.

 

Debra Ann Gowans died April 14, 1996 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Djuanna Gail Gowans was born June 25, 1960 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 108133.

                                             ==O==

Dwayne Willard Gowans, a twin, was born in Tarrant County July 10, 1965, according to BVS File 112414.  At the same time Dwight Winfred Gowans was born July 10, 1965 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 112415.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Elizabeth Gowans, negro, was married to S. M. Brown September 4, 1948, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 100, page 556.

                                             ==O==

Eliz Gowans was listed as a waitress living at 1204 East 10th Street in the 1947 city directory of Ft. Worth.  In 1952 she was listed as Eliz Gowdy.

                                             ==O==

Elwood Otis Gowans was born in Tarrant County July 3, 1951, according to BVS File 110867.

                                             ==O==

Evanell Gowans died July 15, 1995 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Fred Gowans, Jr. was born December 18, 1956 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 241768. He married Marquetta Stevens (32) on February 1, 1991 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Fred Gowans died September 29, 1989 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

James S. Gowans, an employee of Carpenter Paper Company, lived at 1593 W. Myrtle Avenue with his wife, Elizabeth H. Gowans, according to the 1943 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Janette Eve Gowans was born October 1, 1959 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 136454.

                                             ==O==

Jerry Gowans lived at 3105 E. 12th Street, according to the 1972 telephone directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Karen Vannesa Gowans was born in Tarrant County February 10, 1964, according to BVS file 31933 .

                                             ==O==

Kenneth Adams Gowans was born December 7, 1960 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 240652.

                                             ==O==

Larry Thomas Gowans was born in Tarrant County July 26, 1947, according to BVS File 91769.

                                             ==O==

Linda Sue Gowans, negro, was born April 8, 1949 in Ft. Worth, according to BVS File 54131.  She was married to Anthony Eugene Simpson June 12, 1967, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 143, page 132.

                                             ==O==

Loring Todd Gowans was born August 31, 1962 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 173492. He married Dorothy J. Burns (26) on May 21, 1984, when he was 21, according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Malcolm Brisco Gowans was born January 6, 1965 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 12452.

                                             ==O==

Marcell Gowans died November 01, 1993 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Marcus Oran Gowans was born December 5, 1960 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 240658. He married Carol A. Hill (17) on June 7, 1980 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Oliver Leon Gowans was born in Tarrant County June 7, 1951, according to BVS File 93045.  He died June 10, 1951 in Tarrant County, according to BVS files.

                                             ==O==

Paul Anthony Gowans was born January 14, 1959 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 15658.

                                             ==O==

Ruth Gowans lived at 301-A Willmon in 1963, 1964 and 1965, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  "Ruth Ann Gowans" was married to Jimmie Lee Gray December 2, 1965, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 138, page 438.

                                             ==O==

Theron Bernard Gowans, was born December 31, 1965 in Tarrant County, according to BVS file 208286.

                                             ==O==

Tony Kirk Gowans was born August 28, 1960 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 515724.

                                             ==O==

Viola Gowans died February 19, 1991 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Willie Gowans died October 05, 1974 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Albert Gowen lived at 3136 West 4th Street, Ft. Worth, according to the 1930 city directory.  Lloyd Gowen also lived at 3136 West 4th Street, the address given by Albert Gowen, according to the 1930 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                            ==O==

 

                                             ==O==

Betty Gowen, branch manager of Quick Sack, lived at 1005 Anahuac, Ft. Worth, according to the 1972 and 1973 city directory.

                                             ==O==

Bob J. Gowen, 22 was married to Debra Jeffus, 20 on February 8, 1982, according to Tarrant County marriage records.  Children born to Bob J. Gowen and Debra Jeffus Gowen are unknown.

                                             ==O==

Charles Gowen, a cook and his wife, Betty Gowen, lived at 920 South Jennings, No. 4, according to the 1957 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Clayton P. Gowen and his wife, Leah Gowen, lived at 1506 Arthur Street, Ft. Worth, according to the 1933‑34 city directory.

                                             ==O==

D. C. Gowen was married to Miss Edna Hodges October 29, 1935, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 75, page 26.  Of D. C. Gowen and Edna Hodges Gowen nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

David Gowen, a student, roomed with R. W. McDonald in 1911 in Ft. Worth, according to the city directory.

                                             ==O==

Donnie Ray Gowen was married to Linda Carol Harrell June 26, 1970, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 154, page 582.  Of Donnie Ray Gowen and Linda Carol Harrell Gowen nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Glen D. Gowen and his wife, Carolyn Gowen received a warranty deed from Fantastic Homes, Inc. January 12, 1967 to Lot 20, Block 6, Arkansas Heights according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4345, page 175.

 

In 1973 Glen D. Gowen, a tractor operator for Blue Haven Pools, and his wife, Carolyn Gowen lived at 1409 Shelmar Drive, Ft. Worth, according to the city directory.

                                             ==O==

Glen Maxwell Gowen was born in Tarrant County April 14, 1946, according to BVS File 43692.

                                             ==O==

Mary Elizabeth Gowen died January 26, 1985 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Richard Gowen, a porter and his wife, Katie Gowen, lived at 1412 Illinois Avenue in 1929, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Ruth Gowen lived at 5100 Donnelly Avenue, Ft. Worth from 1957 through 1961, according to the city directory.

                                             ==O==

W. E. Gowen was the father of an infant which died February 13, 1919 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File No. 11459.

                                             ==O==

Robert Eugene Gowen was born March 21, 1948 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 38512.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Betty Gowens was listed as the manager and a resident of Keystone Hotel, according to 1952 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Charlie O. Gowens was married to Mrs. Mary L. Moore October 11, 1946, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 96, page 104. He was again married April 20, 1951 to Mrs. Betty Jo Wardlaw, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 106, page 182.  Of Mrs. Mary L. Moore Gowens nothing more is known.

 

In 1956 Charlie O. Gowens and Betty Jo Wardlaw Gowens lived at 1020 Hemphill, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  He was a cook at Presto System No. 1. 

 

Betty Jo Wardlaw Gowens was remarried to George Harold Kelley May 22, 1960, according to Parker County, Texas  Marriage Book 34, page 223.

                                             ==O==

Miss Eddie B. Gowens was married to J. T. Tate in 1920, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 43, page 8.  She was possibly a daughter of R. G. Gowens of Menard County, Texas.

                                             ==O==

Miss Etta M. Gowens was married to W. E. Ferguson in 1924, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 55, page 23.

                                             ==O==

K. S. Gowens lived at 1000 Peach Street, Apt. 130, Arlington, Texas, according to the 1973 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Monroe Gowens and Elizabeth Gowens lived at 1104 East Humbolt, according to the 1940 city directory of Ft. Worth.

 

Roy H. Gowens, U.S. Air Force  and Fay Gowens lived at 3206 Papurt Drive, according to the 1956 Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Gary Kent Gowin died March 11, 1993 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Hamilton Baker Gowin died June 07, 1990 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Scott E. Gowin (42) married Kay Bradford (39) on July 14, 1988 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                            ==O==

Wesley Gowins died February 22, 1988 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Mrs. Odell Goins, negress, was married to James Carlin, Jr., September 22, 1943, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 100, page 630.

                                             ==O==

Paul Granvall Goins was born October 25, 1920.  He was a salesman for Boswell Dairies and lived in Ft. Worth in 1952, according to the city directory.  In 1953 and 1954 he was listed as a driver living at 956 Marion Avenue.  In 1957 he was playground manager for Tarrant County Children's Home and lived at 3125 East Lancaster.  In 1959 he was a salesman for Grady Helm & Son living at 1610 5th Avenue.  He continued in that capacity in 1960, but lived at 1810 5th Avenue.

 

Paul Granvall Goins, a single man, gave a warranty deed to James P. Farnham August 7, 1962, to Lot 1, Block 29, Carlock Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3713, page 645.

 

Paul Granvall Goins gave an easement to Brazos Electric Power Cooperative October 18, 1965 on property in Parker County, Texas, according to Parker County Deed Book 407, page 223.

 

In 1967 he was listed as a salesman for Morton Foods, living at 1309 Park Place, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  From 1971 through 1974 he drove a truck for Ft. Worth Drug & Notion Company, according to the city directory.

 

On February 14, 1973 Paul Granvall Goins was married to Elda Vernell Tomlinson who was born February 7, 1922, according to Jack County Marriage Book 12, page 37.

 

In 1974 Paul Granvall Goins and Elda Vernell Tomlinson Goins continued to live at 4803 Trentman, according to the Ft. Worth directory.

                                             ==O==

Alta Gowin, a housekeeper, lived at 2930 Wabash Avenue, according to the 1964 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Bernice Gowin, hair stylist at Tiche's in Arlington, lived at 2405 N. Hollandale Circle, according to the 1973 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Carl E. Gowin, the owner of Gowin Auto Supply, lived at 1716 Mitchell Boulevard, Arlington, according to the 1961 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Cheryl Gowin, a student lived at 121 Berkshire Lane, according to the 1968 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Debbie Goad Gowin was living in Grand Prairie, Texas in 1992.  Her mother, Montrue Ragland Goad, who was living with her, died September 23, 1992, according to her obituary in the “Ft. Worth Star-Telegram” of that date.

                                             ==O==

Deborah Kay Gowin was born in Tarrant County January 7, 1955, according to BVS File 14348. 

                                             ==O==

Frank L. Gowin, laborer for Hibbs Rubber Company, boarded at 971 Humboldt, according to the 1916 city directory of Ft. Worth.  In 1918 he was listed as a vulcanizer for the firm, rooming at 424 Samuels Avenue, according to the directory. Oscar W. Gowin, a helper at Hibbs Rubber Company, also lived at 971 Humboldt, according to the 1916 city directory of Ft. Worth .

 

F. L. Gowin, assumed to be Frank L. Gowin, above, and wife, purchased Lot 14, Block 6, Frary Addition, San Angelo, Texas November 8, 1919 from Gertrude H. Lowrie, according to Tom Green County Deed Book 98, page 119. They sold the property to C. R. Venable April 29, 1921, according to Tom Green County Deed Book 98, page 119.

                                             ==O==

Hamilton B. Gowin, a safety controlman for Federal Aviation Authority and Virginia Gowin gave a deed of trust to a lot in Haltom City, Texas to O. C. Savings & Loan Association April 21, 1969, according to Tarrant Count deed of trust records.   He was employed by FAA from 1969 through 1973.  In 1973 they lived at 6212 Circle View Drive, Haltom City, Texas.

 

Geoffrey H. Gowin, a student, believed to be a son of Hamilton B. Gowin and Virginia Gowin, also lived at 6212 Circle View Drive, according to the 1973 city directory of Ft. Worth. He married Deborah J. Gowin (24) on August 5, 1978, when he was 29, according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

J. C. Gowin, Jr., a yardman for Hubert Graves Livestock Commission Company, lived at 424 Samuels Avenue, according to the 1915 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Kersey E. Gowin was married to Jo Ann Austin July 26, 1956, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 117, page 544.  Of Kersey E. Gowin and Jo Ann Austin Gowin nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Laura Fay Gowin was born September 2, 1922 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 55209.  She was married February 15, 1944 to Walter E. Nixon, according to Dallas County Marriage Book 82, page 546.

                                             ==O==

Linda Gail Gowin was married to David H. Alexander June 27, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 146, page 576.

                                             ==O==

Marguerite Gowin was married to Gabriel Jourdan in 1895, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 8, page 300.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Marie Gowin was married to C. A. Rampy May 9, 1946, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 94, page 537.

                                             ==O==

Marie O. Gowin, an inspector, lived at 3515 8th Avenue, according to the 1945 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Olive Gowin, the widow of Minor Gowin, lived at 4513 Hatchett Avenue in 1964 and 1965, according to the city directory of Ft. Worth.  In 1967 and 1968 she, a retired person, lived at 4531 Norma street.

                                             ==O==

Richard W. Gowin, a trucker, and his wife Geraldine Gowin, lived at 2218 Ross Avenue, according to the 1941 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Roy Robert Gowin and his wife, Nancy G. Gowin, lived at 3407 North Nichols, according to the 1948 city directory of Ft. Worth.  Nancy G. Gowin, widow of Roy Robert Gowin, was a cook at Western Hills Motel and lived at 2816 Olive Place from 1952 to 1960, according to the city directory.  Nancy G. Gowin died May 5, 1960, according to Tarrant County Probate Book 58, page 262, leaving an estate valued at $5,000.  Participating in the estate was Roy Robert Gowin, Jr., the administrator, and Gary K. Gowin, military, overseas in 1960.

 

National Credit Corporation took a sheriff's deed to Lot 20, Block 2, Golf Hills Addition on a lien of $750 February 1, 1961, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3524, page 680.  This property was included in the estate of Nancy G. Gowin.

 

Upon payment of $850 on April 13, 1964 by Roy Robert Gowin, Jr, the estate received a quit claim deed from National Credit Corporation, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3920, page 235 and 239.

 

The estate of Nancy G. Gowin received a release from Home Improvement Loan Company on Lot 20, Block 2, Golf Hills Addition on April 13, 1964, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3920, page 239.

 

Children born to Roy Robert Gowin and Nancy G. Gowin are believed to include:

 

          Roy Robert Gowin, Jr.

          Gary K. Gowin

 

Roy Robert Gowin, Jr, believed to be the first child of Roy Robert Gowin and Nancy G. Gowin, and his wife, Bernice Gowin received a warranty deed from Joe Driskill & Company to a lot in Factory Place Addition, November 26, 1945, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1748, page 12.

 

Roy Robert Gowin, Jr, general foreman for Globe Aircraft Corporation, and Bernice Gowin lived at 4003 Alamo from 1947 through 1952.

                                             ==O==

Ronald Robert Gowin was born February 1, 1944 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 24146.  Ronald Robert Gowin was married to Debbie Lynn Mosely January 26, 1964, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 134, page 478.  On July 13, 1965 they received a warranty deed from Federal Housing Commissioner to Lot 3, Block 4, Southridge Park Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4090, page 174. 

 

Apparently the couple was divorced in 1967. Ronald Robert Gowin gave a warranty deed to Debbie Lynn Mosely Gowin March 8, 1967 to Lot 3, Block 4, Southridge Park Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4371, page 271.

 

In 1973 Ronald Robert Gowin worked at Park Plaza Texaco and lived at 16171 Sherry Street, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  Debra Lynn Mosely Gowin was married to Ronald Lee Folwell October 10, 1968, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 148, page 16.

 

Children born to Ronald Robert Gowin and Debra Lynn Mosely Gowin include:

 

          Roy Robert Gowin, Jr.                     born February 7, 1965

 

A son, Ronald Robert Gowin, Jr. was born to them February 7, 1965, according to BVS File 28869.  In 1952 he was listed as an engineer for TEMCO, the successor to Globe Aircraft Corporation.

 

Roy Robert Gowin, Jr. and Bernice Gowin gave a warranty deed to Harold Ramsey August 15, 1952, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2463, page 365.  On January 4, 1963 Roy Robert Gowin, Jr. and Bernice Gowin gave a deed of trust to Investors Syndicate of America to Lot 1, Block 3, Highland Park Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3762, page 520.

                                             ==O==

Roy John Gowin died December 24, 1949 in Tarrant County, according to Tarrant County death records. -

                                             ==O==

Geary Alan Gowins was born in Tarrant County October 7, 1944, according to BVS File 156981.  He was married to Mary Elizabeth Perdue August 3, 1971, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 159, page 42.  Of Geary Alan Gowins and Mary Elizabeth Perdue Gowins nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

George Amos Gowins, a foreman, lived at 1601 College Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory from 1945 through 1949.  He was married to Madie Louise Pope November 29, 1946, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 96, page 343.  In 1947 he was employed by Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation.

 

George Amos Gowins and Madie Louise Pope Gowins received a warranty deed from E. L. Rhodes January 26, 1948 to property in Meadow Park Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1973, page 132.

 

In the 1951 and 1952 city directories of Ft. Worth George Amos Gowins, a mechanic for CVAC and Madie Louise Pope Gowins lived at 4112 Arbor Avenue.  George Amos Gowins died June 5, 1953, according to BVS records.  Madie Louise Pope Gowins was married April 21, 1955 to Earl C. Parker, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 115, page 83.  Laura Allison Gowins was born in Tarrant County March 30, 1961, according to BVS File 53029.

                                             ==O==

Robert B. Gowins and Ricky Gowins lived at 3801 Oak Hill, Ft. Worth, according to the 1963 city directory.  Ricky Gowins was employed as a clerk for F&M Food Store.

                                             ==O==

Tanya A. Gowins, a public schoolteacher in 1972 lived at 3318 Deval Court.  In 1973 she was listed as an attendant at Glen Park Day Care Center, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Thomas Jackson Gowins was employed as a driver for Muller Warehouse in 1972 and 1973, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  In 1972 he lived at 1209 NW 19th Street, and in 1973 he lived at 3510 Boston.  On May 11, 1973 Thomas Jackson Gowins was married to Alice Kay Prochaska, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 165, page 515.  Of Thomas Jackson Gowins and Alice Kay Prochaska Gowins nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Tonya Marie Gowins was born July 3, 1958 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File No. 126862.

                                             ==O==

Wesley Gowins and his wife, Ona B. Gowins, lived at 3115 8th Avenue, according to the 1946 city directory of Ft. Worth, Texas.  He was listed as a clerk for Texas & Pacific Railway.  In 1948 Wesley Gowins and Ona B. Gowins lived at 1601 College Avenue, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

 

Wesley Gowins and Ona B. Gowins lived at 5211 Meadow Park, Ft. Worth in 1950, according to the city directory.  She was employed as a cashier at Everybody's Store.  They received a deed from Francis E. Parker October 15, 1951 to property in Wise County, Texas, according to Wise County Deed Book 184, page 556.  In 1952, 1953 and 1954 he was employed as an assembler by Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation and lived at 521 Meadow Park Drive, Apartment 3.

 

They gave a deed to Mrs. Ruth Sanders January 5, 1956 to Lot 27, Block 15, Meadow Park Addition, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 2946, page 48.  From 1957 through 1961 he was listed as a draftsman employed by Convair in the city directory.

 

In 1960 they lived at 4420 Burton Avenue, and she had been employed for six months by Service Life Insurance Co.  In 1963, 1964 and 1965, he was listed as an employee of Bell Helicopter of Ft. Worth.

 

They gave a deed to C. E. Bear March 9, 1966 to Lot 1, Block 8, Eastwood Addition, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4187, page 88.  In that year he was an employee of Convair and lived at 4420 Burton Avenue, according to the city directory.

                                             ==O==

Thomas Jackson Gowins was born March 29, 1951 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 45138.

                                             ==O==

Thomas J. Gowins (22) married Alice K. Prochaska (20) on May 11, 1973 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Tia Leslie Gowins was born December 15, 1952 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 220331.

                                             ==O==

L. B. Gown was married to Olla Mae Whatley in 1923, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 52, page 26. Of L. B. Gown and Olla Mae Whatley Gown nothing more is known.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Lula Gown lived at 1413 Baurline Avenue in 1960, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Fred Gowns, a creamery worker and his wife, Marcelos Gowns lived at 200 Swift, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth.  Living at the same address in 1949 was Sanford Gowns, a laborer and his wife, Jennie Gowns.

                                             ==O==

Charles Harvey Goyen, who worked in the Rock Island Railroad car repair shops, lived in Polytechnic Apartments in 1909, 1910 and 1911, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. Charles Harvey Goyen was the father of a child born July 6, 1908 in Tarrant County according to BVS File 148103.

                                             ==O==

Hugh Goyen in 1911 boarded at 917 Taylor, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Jerry L. Goyne (36) married Frances E. Davis (40) on March 17, 1980 according to Tarrant County Marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Robert Allen Goyen was born in Tarrant County July 27, 1964, according to BVS File 122143.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Rose M. Goyen, a salesman for Crouch Furniture, lived at 1309 East Fogg in 1964 and 1965, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Thomas Wayne Goyen was born October 28, 1965 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 171624.

                                             ==O==

Bernice F. Goyens died September 08, 1974 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Bonnie B. Goyens, a laborer at the U. S. Quartermaster Depot and his wife Dorothy H. Goyens, lived at 2730 Lee Avenue in 1957, according to the Ft. Worth city directory. In 1958 they lived at 2703 Lee Avenue.  From 1959 through 1973 they lived at 5609 Maceo Lane, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  From 1969 through 1973 Bonnie B. Goyens was an employee at U. S. Naval Air Station, Grand Prairie, Texas.  His wife's name was rendered as Dorothy W. Goyens from 1969 on.

                                             ==O==

Thomas Goyens died October 16, 1970 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

April Fawn Goyne was born March 12, 1965 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 46040.

                                             ==O==

Andrew R. Goyne (21) married Amy E. Hines I21) on December 28, 1991 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Archie Ray Goyne was born in Tarrant County January 23, 1948, according to BVS Files.  He was married to Carol Kay McBride July 18, 1967, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 143, page 374.  Archie Ray Goyne, an assembler for Ft. Worth General Dynamics, and Carol Kay McBride Goyne lived at 711 South Perkins, Ft. Worth in 1968, according to the city directory.

 

On September 10, 1970 they gave a deed of trust to American National Mortgage Company to a lot in Watauga, Texas, according to Tarrant County deed of trust records. On September 4, 1973 they sold the property to David Kaznowski, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 5518, page 446.  In 1973 Archie Ray Goyne was employed by Tyson Rappell and lived at 6460 Carousel Drive, Watauga.

                                             ==O==

Auddie Eugene Goyne was born in Tarrant County April 14, 1964, according to BVS File 67323.

                                             ==O==

Bobby Neil Goyne was married to Mary Frances Fox May 26, 1962, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 129, page 352.  Mary Frances Fox Going was listed as a key punch opera­tor for International Service Insurance Company and lived at 300 Schadt from 1964 through 1967, according to the city directory.

 

Bobbie Neil Goyne was married to Karen Dee Hamby November 17, 1966, according to Potter County, Texas Marriage Book 34, page 600.   She was born February 28, 1948 at Smokey Hill Air Force Base, Kansas.

 

Karen Dee Hamby Goyne was married August 24, 1971 to Jerry Lee Goodson who was born August 5, 1944 at Mineola, Texas, according to Curry County, New Mexico Marriage Book 79, page 37246.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Cathy Goyne in 1964 lived at 1501 West 7th Street, Apt. 310, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                             ==O==

Connie Ruth Goyne was born in Tarrant County February 23, 1955, according to BVS File 32327.  She was married May 8, 1971 to Tommy Eugene O'Toole, according to Hood County, Texas Marriage Book P, page 201.

                                             ==O==

Crystal Diane Goyne was born in Tarrant County December 23, 1963, according to BVS File 230998.

                                             ==O==

Cylinda Leigh Goyne was born in Tarrant County July 21, 1961, according to BVS File 150805.

                                             ==O==

Cynthia Anita Goyne was born in Tarrant County April 12, 1951, according to BVS File 60579.

                                             ==O==

David Earl Goyne was born in Tarrant County January 11, 1964. according to BVS File 13861.

                                             ==O==

Frances Lavenia Goyne was married to J. L. Bursby March 10, 1964, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 133, page 608.

                                             ==O==

Miss Georgia Goyne lived at 1304 Calhoun, according to the 1909‑10 city directory of Ft. Worth. 

                                             ==O==

Harold Goyne received a warranty deed from George Kennum May 29, 1946 to a lot in Rosen Heights, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1503, page 130.  Harold Goyne and his wife Gladys Goyne, gave a warranty deed to Tom C. Neugent February 27, 1947 to a lot in Rosen Heights, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 1832, page 360.

 

Harold Goyne gave a mechanics lien to Azle Avenue Lumber Company September 20, 1954, according to Tarrant County Lien Book 316, page 532.

                                             ==O==

Harold T. Goyne, Jr. was married to Nothera White in May, 1944, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 59, page 453.  Mrs. Nothera White Goyne lived at 2513 Ryan Avenue, according to the 1948 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Herbert Ely Goyne was married to Janie Geneva Carroll May 26, 1967, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 143, page 242.  In 1973 Herbert Ely Goyne, a warehouseman for Allied Mills and Janie Geneva Carroll Goyne lived at 2211 Carson, Ft. Worth, according to the city directory.

                                             ==O==

Iva Sue Goyne was born November 8, 1939 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 3452.

                                             ==O==

James M. Goyne, an apprentice for Central Electric Company, and his wife, Lola L. Goyne, lived at 1109 Alston, according to the 1947 city directory of Ft. Worth.  On June 11, 1947 James M. Goyne and Lola L. Goyne received a warranty deed from Ike Sidebottom to Lot 5, Block 5, Rockwood Addition, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Dead Book 1912, page 35.  In 1949 the city directory listed them at 1650 Shenna, River Oaks Addition, Ft. Worth, an address they maintained for the next 25 years. 

 

In 1950 and 1951 James M. Goyne was listed as a mechanic   In 1952 the city directory showed him as an electric motor repairman for Central Electric.  From 1953 through 1956 he was listed an electrician for the firm.

 

From 1957 through 1973 he was employed as an electrician by A‑l Electric Motor Service.  On November 12, 1962 James M. Goyne and Lola L. Goyne received a release from Southwestern Life Insurance Company to Lot 5, Block 5, Rockwood Terrace

Addition, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3748, page 138.

 

Mrs. Martha Goyne in 1973 was listed as a clerk at A‑l Electric Motor Service, a firm owned by James M. Goyne, and lived at 1650 Shenna, River Oaks, the residence of James M. Goyne.  It is believed that she was his daughter‑in‑law.  In 1973 Mrs. Martha Goyne was also listed as a student by the city directory.

                                             ==O==

Jim Murray Goyne died May 07, 1998 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Joe Goyne, salesman for Thom McAn Shoe Store, and his wife, Lynda Goyne lived at 1315 Cooper, according to the 1962 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

John C. Goyne was married to Mrs. Norene E. Rhoads June 6, 1946, according to Parker County, Texas Marriage Book 23, page 454.  John C. Goyne, an employee of Century Homes and Norene E. Rhoads Goyne lived at Rosemont Village in Ft. Worth, according to the 1947 city directory.

                                             ==O==

John D. Goyne lived at 2720 N.W. 28th Street, Ft. Worth, according to the 1959 city directory.

                                             ==O==

Judith Elaine Goyne was born in Tarrant County March 3, 1942, according to BVS File 31334.

                                             ==O==

Linda Joyce Goyne was born in Tarrant County December 6, 1946, according to BVS File 191805.

                                             ==O==

Lisa Rene Goyne was born March 26, 1965 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 46025.

                                             ==O==

Lola Lorie Goyne died January 03, 1998 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Lona Goyne died May 8, 1927, according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Marlene Ruth Goynes died November 01, 1998 Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Martha Ann Goyne was born in Tarrant County January 17, 1953, according to BVS File 13745.

                                             ==O==

Maude M. Goyne died October 09, 1974 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Michael Alan Goyne was born in Tarrant County August 30, 1964, according to BVS File 14303

                                             ==O==

Millard Elmo Goyne was born in Tarrant County, October 25, 1923, according to BVS File No. 65333.

                                             ==O==

Minetta Altegelt Goyne died October 21, 1992, according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Nickie Joe Goyne, 36 was married to Linda F. Wilkerson, 27 December 6, 1974, according to Tarrant County marriage records.  He was remarried to Bonnie C. Ogorman, 21 Sep-tember 14, 1975 according to Tarrant County marriage records.  Nickie Jo Goyne died May 02, 1986 according to Tarrant County death records. 

 

Nikki Camp wrote January 26, 1004 “I am looking for my brother and sister Nickie Joe Goyne and Mary Faye Goyne if anyone knows them or how o locate them.”

 

Children born to Nickie Joe Goyne, Linda F. Wilkerson Goyne and Bonnie C. Ogorman Goyne include:

 

      Nickie Joe Goyne, Jr.                             born about 1976

          Mary Faye Goyne                                   born about 1978

          Nikki Goyne                                           born about 1981

 

In a message dated 1/26/2004 12:04:49 AM Central Standard Time,

nikicamp@hotmail.com writes:

 

>

> im the daughter of Nickie Joe Goyne who past away in 86.  

 

                                            ==O==

Otto Goyne, an employee of a barber college and his wife, Virginia Goyne, were residents of 1619 Gould Avenue, Ft. Worth, according to the 1959 city directory.

                                             ==O==

Rhonda Sue Goyne, a student at Texas Christian University in 1955 and 1956, lived at 340 Waits, according to the Ft. Worth city director. She was married to Bill Alexander June 22, 1956, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 117, page 432.

                                             ==O==

Robert Harold Goyne was born July 4, 1919 at Kennedale, Texas.  He was married to Miss Margaret Jackie Long in December, 1937, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 78, page 306.

 

On January 17, 1944 he enlisted in the U. S. Army.  He served as a staff sergeant in Company L, 127th Infantry Regiment in Luzon and the South Philippines where he won the Purple Heart and an Oak Leaf Cluster. He was discharged December 21, 1945 and returned to his home at 3245 Townsend, Ft. Worth, according to Tarrant County Discharge Book 64, page 77.   His civilian occupation was shown as carpenter with three dependents.

 

In 1947 he was listed in the Ft. Worth city directory as a foreman for Century Homes, living at 2516 N.W. 24th Street.  In 1949 he was listed as a building contractor.  In 1950 and 1951 he was employed by Neugent & Goyne Construction Company. In 1952 he was listed as the owner of Goyne Construction Company and lived at 2510 N.W. 24th Street.  From 1953 through 1971 he continued as a building contractor. He lived at 2502 N.W. 24th Street until 1969, and then moved to 4407 Meadowbrook Drive.  In 1972 and 1973 they lived at 3579 Gordon Avenue, according to the directory.

 

Children born to Robert Harold Goyne and Margaret Jackie Long Goyne are believed to include:

 

          Robert Harold Goyne, Jr.                          born about 1939

          Ernest Joe Goyne                                       born September 4, 1941

 

Robert Harold Goyne, Jr, believed to be the first child of Robert Harold Goyne and Margaret Jackie Long Goyne, was born August 15, 1939 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 72218.

 

In 1960 he was employed by Hobbs Trailer Mfg. Co. and lived at 4429 Virginia, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  He was married to Beverly Cliphene Campbell December 16, 1960, according to Parker County, Texas Marriage Book 34, page 482.

 

In 1951 Robert Harold Goyne, Jr. was employed as an office worker by United Finance.  He and his wife, Beverly Cliphene Campbell Goyne, lived with his parents at 2502 N.W. 24th Street, Ft. Worth.  In 1963 he was listed as branch manager of United Finance & Thrift and lived at 2709 Rock Island Avenue. His wife's name was listed as Caroline Goyne in the 1963 city directory.

 

In 1964 the directory listed him as manager of American Plan Corporation, living at 2700 Rock Island.  On August 5, 1964 Robert Harold Goyne, Jr. was married to Anita Gail Hitt, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 13, page 147.

 

In 1964 Beverly Cliphene Campbell Goyne was listed in the Ft. Worth city directory as a secretary for Century Life Insurance Company, living at 6221 Warrington Place. She was remarried March 19, 1965 to Terry Wilson Becker, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 136, page 450.

 

In 1965 Robert Harold Goyne, assistant manager of Credit Plan Corporation, and Anita Gail Hitt Goyne, lived at 4701 Norris Valley, Ft. Worth, according to the city directory.

 

In 1970 he was listed as manager of Credit Plan Corporation, living at 3617 Venice by the directory.  On September 14, 1970 they received a warranty deed from Jackson Smith to a lot in Wautauga, Texas, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4968, page 496.

 

In 1971 Robert Harold Goyne, Jr, manager of Credit Plan Corporation and Anita Gail Hitt Goyne lived at 7004 Norma Street, according to the city directory.  Children born to Robert Harold Goyne, Jr, Margaret Jackie Long Goyne and Anita Gail Hitt Goyne are unknown.

 

Ernest Joe Goyne, assumed to be the second child of Robert Harold Goyne and Margaret Jackie Long Goyne, was born September 4, 1941, probably in Ft. Worth.

 

He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps October 15, 1948, showing his civilian occupation as a truck driver.  His address at that time was 2502 N.W. 24th Street, Ft. Worth, the address of his parents. He was discharged April 4, 1951, according to Tarrant County Discharge Book 119, page 97.

 

He continued at 2502 N.W. 24th Street in 1964 and 1965, according to the city directory. At that time he was employed by Maremont Marketing.

 

Ernest Joe Goyne was married to Mrs. Noleta Ann McDaniel December 31, 1965, according to Parker County Marriage Book 37, page 390.  Noleta Ann McDaniel Goyne was also born in 1941.

                                             ==O==

Roy L. Goyne, a mixer operator for Warren Donaldson Concrete Pipe Mfg. Co. lived on Route 1, Smithfield, Texas, according to the 1951 and 1952 city directories of Ft. Worth. 

                                             ==O==

Miss Ruby Goyne was married to Charlie Robinson in 1923, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 53, page 41.

                                             ==O==

Sharon G. Goyne died October 30, 1972 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Sherry Goyne, a dental technician at Ralston Dental Laboratory, lived at 2553 Newark Avenue, according to the 1972 city directory of Ft. Worth.  In the 1973 edition Sonny Goyne, a dental technician at Ralston Dental Laboratory, also lived at 2553 Newark Avenue.

                                             ==O==

T. G. Goyne, a clerk at Star Arms Hotel, lived at 103 West 15th Street, according to the 1949 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Timothy Don Goyne was born in Tarrant County November 2, 1962, according to BVS File 217253.

                                             ==O==

Timothy Paul Goyne was born January 31, 1958 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 15562. He married Catherine S. Veldman (24) on August 14, 1983 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Tina Gay Goyne was born February 19, 1957 in Tarrant County, according to BVS File 34083.

                                             ==O==

Vinesa Lynn Goyne was born in Tarrant County June 23, 1965, according to BVS File  193958.

                                             ==O==

Vivian Lefern Goyne was married to William L. Milburn March 22, 1949, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 101, page 619.

                                             ==O==

Walter V. Goyne, an administrative assistant at Convair, and his wife, Rosie Goyne, lived at 5739 Calloway, according to the 1957 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Willard E. Goyne died October 06, 1991 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

William Earl Goyne died May 17, 1987 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

William H. Goyne, a laborer for Warren Donaldson Concrete Pipe Manufacturing Company, lived at Keller, Texas, according to the 1952, 1953 and 1954 city directories of Ft. Worth.  In 1962 he was a wrapper at Universal Blueprint Paper Company and lived at 3548 Decatur, according to the city directory.

 

In 1963 and 1964 William H. Goyne and his wife, Estella M. Goyne, lived at 3605 Weber Avenue.  William H. Goyne and Estella M. Goyne received a warranty deed from Gracious Living, Inc. to Lot 4, Block 45, Diamond Hill Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 4108, page 372.

 

From 1965 through 1971 William H. Goyne was a service station attendant, according to the city directory.  They lived at 2506 Salisbury from 1965 to 1969 when they moved to 2709 Hutchinson in North Richland Hills, Texas.

 

William H. Goyne died September 11, 1998 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Billie Mae Goynes was married to Aaron Kirby August 12, 1952, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 109, page 236.

                                             ==O==

Elroy Brayton Goynes and Marlene B. Goynes received a warranty deed from Arbo Corporation September 26, 1958 to Lot 1, Block 6, Valentine Oaks Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3258, page 423.

 

They received a warranty deed from Arbo Corporation August 19, 1959 to Lot 4, Block 27, Valentine Oaks Addition, according to Tarrant County Deed Book 3358, page 192.

 

Marlene B. Goynes, a waitress at Sky Chef's, lived in Hurst, Texas in 1960 and 1961, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.  Elroy Brayton Goynes, a salesman for Dunbar Kapple, lived at 1001 Cavender Hill, Hurst, according to the 1973 city directory of Ft. Worth.

                                             ==O==

Gay Ruth Goynes was married to Billy Joe Solomon August 15, 1969, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 151, page 334.

                                             ==O==

George W. Goynes lived at 109 East Bluff, Ft. Worth in 1927, according to the city directory.  John L. Goins appeared at the same address in 1928-29, according to the city directory.  In 1926 he was listed as a carpenter, rooming at 309 West Weatherford. In 1927 he was a laborer for the city water department. In 1930 he was a laborer for the Ft. Worth Gas Company living at 1521 East Front with his wife, Mary Goins.

                                             ==O==

Herbert E. Goynes (35) married Ruth M. Christiansen (35) on November 5, 1983 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

J. W. Goynes, an employee of Bell Hillicopter, and his wife Lois F. Goynes lived at 2313 Roosevelt Avenue, according to the 1972 and 1973 city directories of Ft. Worth.  John D. Goynes, a laborer, also lived at that address in 1972.

                                             ==O==

Laverne Goynes, a negro, was married to John L. McDonald March 12, 1967, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 142, page 539.

                                             ==O==

Mrs. Montery Goynes was married to Ned S. Hugenstobler September 25, 1945, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 92, page 539.

                                             ==O==

Robert E. Goynes (24) married Joyce A. Phillips (18) on February 15, 1975 according to Tarrant County marriage records.

                                             ==O==

Verna Lee Goynes, 400 Strong Avenue, Ft. Worth, was a sophomore business administration student at East Texas State University in Commerce, Texas in 1971.

                                             ==O==

J. H. Goyns lived at 3219 Decatur Avenue in 1953‑54, according to the Ft. Worth city directory.

                                            ==O==

Henry K. Guynes died February 12, 1987 according to Tarrant County death records.

                                            ==O==

Pearl Lee Guynes died November 09, 1979 according to Tarrant County death records.

 

TAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Andrew Donald Gawne was born in Taylor County February 16, 1961, according to BVS File 34071.

==O==

Geneva Doris Goains was born May 1, 1933 in Taylor County according to BVS File 40825.  Parents were unknown.

==O==

Bernice Devon Goen died December 29, 1992 according to Taylor County death records.

                                            ==O==

Cynthia Ann Goen was born April 1, 1962, in Taylor County, according to BVS File 63640.

  ==O==

Ernest Raymond Goen died May 02, 1982 according to Taylor County death records.

                                                                ==O==

Florence Geraldeen Goen was born January 15, 1944 in Taylor County, according to BVS File 12037.

==O==

Hubert Don Goen was born in Taylor County May 19, 1947, according to BVS File 221796.

==O==

Richard Lynn Goen was born in Taylor County June 25, 1954, according to BVS File 102278.

==O==

Voleen Faye Goen died February 17, 1988 according to Taylor County death records.

                                                             ==O==

Miss May Goens was married to T. J. Evans February 13, 1909, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 5, page 249.

==O==

Robert F. Goens, who was enlisted in the United States Army in World War I, was discharged as a private November 29, 1918, according to Taylor County Discharge Book 1, page 215.  He was born in Crassville, Alabama June 23, 1886, according to BVS File 963083.  He enlisted at Anson, Texas at the age of 31 August 12, 1918.  His profession was listed as an engineman, and he was single when discharged.  He served in the American Expeditionary Force from June 10, 1918 to December 16, 1918 and was engaged in the Meuse Campaign and at St. Mihiel.

==O==

Don Edward Goin, son of Eddy B. Goin and Helen B. Reynolds Goin, was born in Taylor County September 9, 1931, according to Taylor County Birth Book 3, page 125.

==O==

Dorothy Sue Goin died March 28, 1992 according to Taylor County death records.

                                                              ==O==

Sgt. E. Ballard Goin, in charge of the U. S. Army recruiting office, and his wife, Helen B. Goin, lived at 1458 North 15th Street, according to the 1931 city directory of Abilene.

                                                             ==O==

Joe William Goin was married to Lora Eva Randolph February 15, 1960, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 31, page 363.  A Joe William Goin died in Fannin County, Texas June 17, 1961, according to BVS File 39303. 

==O==

Lora E. Goin died July 29, 1986 according to Taylor County death records.

                                            ==O==

Richard H. Goin and his wife, Geraldine Goin, lived at 1134 Vine, Abilene, according to the 1944 city directory of Abilene.

==O==

Bertie Goines was married to Levi D. Baugh December 11, 1936, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 14, page 357.  The couple made their home at 1101 Melwood, Brownwood, Texas afterwards.

==O==

Conley R. Goines (31) married Constance M. English (31) on January 3, 1979 according to Taylor County marriage records.

==O==

Delbert J. Goins, deliveryman for Clayton Chemical Com-pany, lived at 733 East N. 15th Street, according to the 1953 city directory of Abilene.  He was the father of an infant born in Dallas County, Texas August 13, 1957, according to BVS File 138015.

==O==

Gaytha Lois Goins was born in Taylor County October 23, 1951, according to BVS File 172652.  She was married to George Jeffries August 3, 1973, according to Tarrant County Marriage Book 167, page 2.

==O==

Howard D. Goins (28) married Patrica A. Foster (27) on July 5, 1974 according to Taylor County marriage records.

==O==

John H. Goins, an oil well driller, and his wife, Mae A. Goins, lived at 1938 South 7th Street, according to the city directory of Abilene, Texas for 1953.

==O==

Lee O. Goins was married to Effie Mae Kennedy September 30, 1943, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 19, page 581.

==O==

Lillie Goins was a resident at 836 Magnolia, according to the 1951 city directory of Abilene, Texas.

                                             ==O==

Maye Allyne Goins died January 04, 1987 according to Taylor County death records.

                                            ==O==

Mrs. Patricia A. Foster Goins was a resident of Abilene when her father, Robert D. Foster, died March 27, 1991, according to his obituary in the “Odessa American.”  He was buried there in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

                                             ==O==

Ruthie L. Goins, a Laundress at Abilene Laundry, lived at 725 North 6th Street, according to the 1946 city directory of Abilene.  In 1951 she lived at 836 Magnolia, the address given by Lillie Goins.

==O==

Rodney David Goins was born in Taylor County December 11, 1965, according to BVS File 209167.

==O==

Stanley Joe Goins was married to Mrs. Cecil Kirkpatrick November 13, 1968, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 38, page 446.

==O==

Wilma Jean Goins was married to James Earl Lang December 7, 1962, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 33, page 387.

==O==

Harry Gowan, a student, lived at 2155 Buffalo Gap Road, according to the 1948 city directory of Abilene.

==O==

Lee E. Gowan died March 07, 1981 according to Taylor County death records.

                                            ==O==

Ola Gowan died October 25, 1985 according to Taylor County death records.

                                            ==O==

Vallie Gowan Hodges died December 26, 1967 according to Taylor County death records.

                                             ==O==

Delma Gowens was an elevator operator for J. C. Penny Company living at 826 Plum, according to the 1946 city directory of Abilene.

==O==

Elry Gowens, who was born in January 1910 at Bladenboro, North Carolina, was discharged at Abilene, Texas October 11, 1943, according to Taylor County Discharge Book 1, page 863.  On March 31, 1944 he was married to Delma J. Bell, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 20, 301.

==O==

Herman Preston Gowens died February 16, 1997 according to Taylor County death records.

                                            ==O==

Darla Jeanette Gowin was born March 26, 1961 in Taylor County, according to BVS File 53692.

==O==

Douglas Lee Gowin was born May 3, 1959 in Taylor County, according to BVS File 89346.

==O==

Robert E. Gowin (24) married Sherry S. Vaughn (21) on April 11, 1975 according to Taylor County marriage records.

==O==

Sam C. Gowin (52) married Lucille Little (45) on January 5, 1972 according to Taylor County marriage records.

==O==

William T. Gowin was a resident of Abilene in 1971, according to the telephone directory.

==O==

Edgar J. Gowing died June 22, 1977 according to Taylor County death records.

                                            ==O==

Debra Jan Goyne was married to Gary Wood Holloway June 20, 1973, according to Taylor County Marriage Book 42, page 502.

==O==

Lottie Goyne died Octber 24, 1960 in Taylor County according to BVS File 73441.

==O==

Miss Myrtle Goyne lived at 1325 Highland Avenue, according to the 1931 city directory of Abilene.  A Myrtle Goyne was married to C. B. Tankersley in Lubbock, Texas November 28, 1931, according to Lubbock County Marriage Book 5, page 208.

                                            ==O==

Samuel Bexton Guynes died October 25, 1966 according to Taylor County death records.

 

TERRY COUNTY, TEXAS

 

William Joseph McGowan, Sr, 83, an attorney of Brownfield, Texas died Sunday, July 6, 2003 in Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock, Texas.  Memorial services were held a the First Methodist Church in Brownfield.  Anthony-Bethany Funeral Home of Roswell, New Mexico was in charge of the funeral service.

 

THROCKMORTON COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Wilma Goines, daughter of Joe Wylie Goines and Hattie Pearl Berry Goines, was born in Throckmorton County according to Throckmorton County Birth Book 1, page 177.

==O==

Emma Louise Goins was married to Louis Stancel Walker September 3, 1939, according to Throckmorton County Mar-riage Book 3, page 153.

==O==

Lola Goins was married to George Cook October 23, 1943, according to Throckmorton County Marriage Book 3, page 218.

==O==

W. O. Shipley was married to Vida Reamy January 8, 1911 by A. F. Thurman, minister of the gospel in Throckmorton, Texas.

 

TITUS COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Anthony Wayne Going was born in Titus County March 18, 1963, according to BVS File 52318.

==O==

Malvern Goings died May 21 1968 according to Titus County death records.

                                            ==O==

J. Gowen was the father of a child born in Titus County December 24, 1924, according to BVS File 85198.

==O==

Jessie James Gowen, white male, age 5 years, 8 months, 8 days died at Cooksville, Texas December 7, 1904, according to Titus County Death Book 1, page 6.

                                            ==O==

Gary C. Goynes Jr. (17) married Megan S. Hardenburg (17) on April 17, 1982 according to Marriage Book 225.

                                            ==O==

Jody Christopher Goynes died January 30, 1992 according to Titus County death records.

                                            ==O==

Lee Toney Goynes died May 06, 1996 according to Titus County death records.

 

TOM GREEN COUNTY, TEXAS

 

Karen Goen Smith died May 05, 1998 according to Tom Green County death records.

                                            ==O==

Lillie Emily Goen [Going?], who was married to Benjamin Franklin Sandusky [1879-1963] about 1900, was the mother of LaRue Sandusky Tyler of San Angelo, Texas.

==O==

Frederick R. Goenne, son of Mrs. Myra Goenne, 2101 Jamar Street, San Angelo, was born August 14, 1948.  He was a student at Texas Tech University in 1969.  In 1971 he was listed as a senior electrical engineering student at Texas Tech University.  He lived at 2914 5th Street, No. 233, according to the 1971 Lubbock city directory.

==O==

Charles E. Goin Jr. (30) married Deborah J. Stephens ( 27) on February 9, 1978 according to Tom Green County marriage records.

==O==

Randall G. Goin lived at 1527 Cleo, [San Angelo, Texas] according to the 1973 city directory.

==O==

Mrs. Gussie R. Goines died December 4, 1944 in Tom Green County, according to Texas BVS File 59136.

==O==

Jessie Goines, private first class, was married to Mrs. Gussie Rhodes on July 1, 1943, according to Tom Green County Marriage Book M, page 452.

==O==

Donald J. Goings was listed in the 1973 telephone directory at 1620 Paint Rock Road in San Angelo.

==O==

Roland Goings, clerk, boarded at 102 West 5th Street, according to the 1910 San Angelo city directory.

==O==

Clara MacQuarrie Goins, a widow and retired World War I Army Nurse, died August 8, 1972 at age 80.  She, a daughter of Jack M. MacQuarrie, was born June 22, 1892 and lived at 1620 West Harris in San Angelo at the time of her death.  She was cremated and interment was at Laurel Land Cemetery in Ft. Worth, Texas, according to Tom Green County Death Book 53, page 55.

==O==

Edward L. Goins, a carpenter, lived on South Buchanan Street, according to the 1910 San Angelo city directory.

==O==

Glen Goins, U. S. Air Force, and his wife, Pat Goins, lived at 1527 Cleo Street, according to the 1973 San Angelo city directory.

==O==

Henry A. Goins, a cook, lived at 440 Spaulding with his wife, Alice Goins and two children, according to the 1939 San An-gelo city directory.

==O==

Myrl Goins was married to H. C. Bryant on February 5, 1945, according to Tom Green County Marriage Book N, page 467.

==O==

Virginia Goins, waitress for Rich's Café, lived at 138 East 11th Street, according to the 1946 San Angelo city directory.

==O==

Miss Billie Gowan was a waitress at the Hilton Hotel, accord-ing to the 1931 San Angelo city directory.

==O==

O. D. Gowan, a retiree, and his wife, Rose Gowan, lived at 112 East Avenue J, according to the 1973 San Angelo city directory.

==O==

W. Rex Gowans, manager of Safeway Store, and his wife, Mavis Gowans, lived at 3 Garden Road, according to the 1954 San Angelo city directory.

==O==

Odie Houston Gowen died December 12, 1979 according to Tom Green County death records.

                                            ==O==

Rose Myrtle Gowen died September 12, 1984 according to Tom Green County death records.

                                            ==O==

Sandra Elizabeth Gowens was born in Tom Green County August 16, 1963, according to BVS File 146447.

==O==

Edwin General Gowin died May 09, 1965 according to Tom Green County death records.

                                            ==O==

Jimmie Lee Gowin died April 17, 1989 according to Tom Green County death records.

                                            ==O==

Perry Glen Gowin died July 24, 1989 according to Tom Green County death records.

                                            ==O==

William L. Gowin was married to Mrs. Belle Jackson July 19, 1920 in San Angelo, according to Tom Green County Marri-age Book F, page 9.  In 1926, William L. Gowin, a laborer at Log Cabin Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, lived at 2601 West 49th Street, according to the city directory.  In 1927 he was a vulcanizer living at 2530 West 39th Street.  In 1948 he was living at 1341 West 2nd Street with his wife, Belle Jack-son Gowin.  Gladys Gowin Cave the same address in 1928.  In 1929 he was listed as a vulcanizer living at 1341 West 2nd Street in Oklahoma City.

                                            ==O==

Thomas Franklin Guynes died November 28, 1992 according to Tom Green County death records.

 

 

 

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