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The Goff / Gawf Family of Henderson Co Tennessee:   A Detailed Accounting and Analysis of the Facts

Compiled by Phil Goff, December 05, 2005
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Research Objective:
To determine how Edmund Gawf (ca. 1794 NC – ca. 1882 TN), Henry Goff (ca. 1809 NC – aft 1850) and Lewis Goff (1811 NC/SC – 1894 TN) are related to each other and to the Barlow family.
Family Lore & DNA Testing:
Descendants of Edmund Gawf, Henry Goff and Lewis Goff claim varying versions of a story that a Goff ancestor was born a Barlow, orphaned and then took the Goff/Gawf surname of the family that raised him. The origin of this family legend is unclear as the earliest known written version only dates to 1977. In 2005, two male-line descendants of each of Edmund Gawf, Henry Goff and Lewis Goff participated in 25- and 37-marker Y-chromosome DNA testing. The three families matched on 95%-100% of markers with each other and with male-line descendants of William Henry Barlow (b. ca. 1828 NC), John Barlow (b. ca 1784/95 NC/VA), Alfred Hirton Barlow (b. ca 1813 NC), John Barlow (b. ca. 1781 VA) and the Isle of Wight, VA Barlow family. These results indicate that there is a ~98% probability that descendants of Edmund Gawf, Henry Goff and Lewis Goff share a common ancestor with each other and the Barlow family within the last ~250 years 1.
The Historical Record:
Edmund Gawf and Henry Goff made their first known appearance in the historical record in 1830 when the census taker visited each of their households in Henderson Co., TN. Lewis Goff may be the male of 15 and less than 20 years of age in Henry Goff’s household 2. In 1837, Edmund Gawf and Henry Goff lived in Civil District #12 and Lewis Goff lived in Civil District #13. Edmond was the only one with land, 75 acres. Henry and Lewis were listed with one voting poll each 3.

Goff Surname DNA Study
2 Edmond Gough household, 1830 Henderson Co., TN census; Henry Gough household, 1830 Henderson Co., TN census.
3 Ed Goff, 'Re: Lewis R. Goff,' e-mail message to Phillip Goff, 09 August 2005:
'Terry Goff . . . sent a copy of work that his father had collected. It contained a section . . . compiled by Laura Waddle.'
 
EDMOND GAWF was born ca. 1794 in North Carolina.   In 1880, the census taker recorded that his parents were born in Virginia 4.
He married JANE LONG (b. ca. 1795 North Carolina) 5    Edmund and Jane had children 6, including:
Edmond Gawf was born ca. 1794 in North Carolina.   In 1880, the census taker recorded that his parents were born in Virginia 4.   He married Jane Long (b. ca. 1795 North Carolina) 5     Edmund and Jane had children 6, including:
Charlotte Gawf b. 18 January 1818 TN Rhody Gawf b. ca. 1832 TN
George Washington Gawf b. 18 January 1818 TN 7 Marilda Gawf b. ca. 1834 TN
Louis Gawf b. ca. 1820 AL 8 Thomas W. Gawf b. ca. 1836 TN 9
Robert Gawf b. ca. 1825 AL 10 Elisha Gawf b. ca. 1838 TN
Elias Gawf b. ca. 1829 TN 11  
Edmund and Jane Gawf were in TN by 1818, migrated to AL for the period from at least 1820 through 1825 12 and were in Henderson Co., TN by 1830. Edmund Gawf lived in Henderson Co., TN from at least 1830 through his death after the 1880 census. His home was on present-day Highway 100, just west of the Chester Co., TN line and east of Goff Branch Creek, near Shiloh Baptist Church. 13
The use of the Gawf variant of Goff in the Edmund Gawf family may provide a clue as to his origin or family structure. Edmund Gawf served as a Henderson Co. Justice of the Peace from Civil District #12 from at least 1837 through 1866. Edmund Gawf is listed 29 times in surviving 1860
4
Edmond Gough household, 1830 Henderson Co., TN census, no township, p. 77; Edmund Gawf household, 1840 Henderson Co., TN census, District No. 12, p. 359A; Edmund Gawf household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, p. 199A; E. Gawf household, 1860 Henderson Co., TN census, Civil District No. 12, p. 174; Israel Hollis household (Edmond Gawf), 1870 Henderson Co., TN census, Civil District 12, p. 5; Edmond S./T. [?] Gawf household, 1880 Henderson Co., TN census, ED 62, SD 4, p. 4.
5
W. Clay Crook, “Re. Elias P. Goff,” email to Phillip Goff, 26 September 2005: “The Long information was from the bible records of George Washington Goff, a son of civil war casualty Thomas W. Goff, and from the bible records of Elias Samual Goff, a son of civil war casualty Elias Perry Goff. I think Ms. Virginia Butler still has the GW Goff bible, but am no longer sure about E.S. Goff's, the last I saw it was in the possession of his son Raymond Goff, who died in the 1980's, and not sure what happened to his things after his wife Mary died in the 1990's. They had no children.” Maureen Pierce, Elias Perry Gawf Parentage, email to Phillip Goff, 24 September 2005: “Mrs.[Peggy] Holley said that Jane LONG GAWF attested she was present at the birth of all of Elias' children.” This information is said to be in Elias Perry Gawf’s Civil War pension file.
6 Edmund Gawf household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census: Charlotte, Rhody, Marilda, Thomas and Elisha were in household.
7
George W. Gawf household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, p. 199A: page as Edmund Gawf household; Y-chromosome DNA match between male-line descendants of George Washington Goff and Robert Gawf.
8 Louis Gawf household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, p. 198: this is page prior to Edmund Gawf household.
9 D.W. Ross letter to Edmond Gawf, Esq., ca. 1864, 27 November 2005: “Mr. Gawf, I was with Thomas W. Gawf before he died.”
10
Robert Gawf household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, p. 199A: same page as Edmund Gawf household;
Y-chromosome DNA match between male-line descendants of George Washington Goff and Robert Gawf.
11 Elias Gawf household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, p. 198: this is page prior to Edmund Gawf household.
12
The 1810 TN census was destroyed by fire, except Rutherford Co. and parts of Grainger Co.; the 1820 census for AL was destroyed by fire except for eight counties (Baldwin, Conecuh, Dallas, Franklin, Limestone, St. Clair, Shelby, Wilcox) out of 29 total. These losses correspond with Edmund Gawf’s likely residences in 1810 and 1820.
13 Goff Family, Henderson Co, TN; webmaster W. Clay Crook, 27 November 2005.
14
Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith , A Genealogical Miscellany Henderson County Tennessee, Vol III, pp. 3-4; taken from Tennessee Commission Book Ten, 1865-1870 in Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee, 15 August 2005: name given as Edmund Goff (May 25, 1837), E. Gauff (Nov. 1, 1842), Edmund Gauf (Mar. 16, 1848) and Edmund Gauf (Mar. 20, 1854).
 
1866 Henderson Co., TN Court Minutes as E. Gawf or Edmund Gawf. 15
In his six census appearances, his surname was spelled Gawf four times, and Gough and Goff one time each. 16 Family tradition is that the name was standardized to Goff at an 1865 family reunion in Henderson County.17 Edmund Gawf’s son George W. Gawf moved to Arkansas by about 1853 and census records show the Gawf variant was used through the 1930s and some descendants continue to use the Gawf spelling today. For the male line descendants of Edmund Gawf that remained in Henderson County and may have attended the “standardization reunion,” a Soundex search of census records for Gough, Gawf, Gauf and Goff in Henderson Co., TN generally supports the tradition of a deliberate name change between 1860 and 1870 18:
Spelling
1830
1840
1850
1860
1870
1880
1900
1910
1920
1930
Gough
2
Gawf
3
24
25
22
Goff
20
25
54
18
99
87
15
1860-1866 County Court Minutes, Knox Co., TN Library; the Henderson Co., TN courthouse burned in 1863 and 1895 destroying nearly all records from Edmond Gawf’s lifetime.
16
Edmond Gough household, 1830 Henderson Co., TN census; Edmund Gawf household, 1840 Henderson Co., TN census; Edmund Gawf household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census; E. Gawf household, 1860 Henderson Co., TN census; Israel Hollis household (Edmond Gawf), 1870 Henderson Co., TN census; Edmond S./T. [?] Gawf household, 1880 Henderson Co., TN census.
17
Clay Crook, “Re. Elias P. Goff,” email to Phillip Goff, 26 September 2005: “The Goff Reunion takes place the 2nd Sunday in August, and has run intermittently since 1865 and continuously since 1900 or so. The first reunion, it was said, was put together to decide on how to spell our last name uniformly, and they decided on Goff. All the rocks in the Shiloh cemetery thus have Goff. . . .”
18 Ancestry.com, 03 December 2005; surnames were verified with the census images as census indices sometimes contain transcription errors.
 
HENRY GOFF was born ca. 1809 in NC. 19
He married SARAH (b. ca. 1814/16 TN), whose surname may have been LONG 20 or FARRAR. 21    Henry and Sarah had children, including: 22
 
Emily Goff b. ca. 1835 TN Asalee Goff b. ca. 1846 KY
Catherine Goff b. ca. 1838 KY James C. Goff b. ca. 1849 KY 23
Arena Goff b. ca. 1842 KY Mahala Goff b. ca 1850 KY
Margarett Goff b. ca. 1843 KY Lewis F. Goff b. 28 September 1852 TN
Amanda Goff b. ca. 1844 KY  
Henry and Sarah Goff lived in the same civil district in Henderson Co., TN as Edmund Gawf in the early 1830s. However, other than the 1830 census when his surname appeared as Gough, all other records use the Goff spelling. By 1838, Henry and Sarah were living in KY, appearing in the 1840 and 1850 census for Graves Co. and the adjacent Ballard Co., respectively. Descendants recall an inscription in the destroyed James C. Goff Family Bible that read, 'great-grandfather Henry Goff came from Virginia left wife and 2 children.'24 Census records indicate Henry Goff came from NC and had at least nine children. Sarah and children, perhaps including Emily, returned to TN by 1852, and were in Hardin Co., without Henry, in 1860. In Hardin Co., the family lived close to Saltillo, probably less than five miles south of Lewis Goff, who lived in Decatur Co., TN.
19
Henry Gough household, 1830 Henderson Co., TN census, no township, p. 76; Henry Gough household, 1840 Graves Co., KY census, p. 33; H. Goff household, 1850 Ballard Co., KY census, no township, p. 270B; Sarah Goff household, 1860 Hardin Co., TN census, Civil District 14, p. 392.
20 Gordon H. Turner, Sr., The History of Scotts Hill, Tennessee (Carter Printing Co., Southaven, MS, 1977), 369.
21
Family data, Maudie Ruth (Murphey) Davis family bible (ca. 1978), in possession of Davis’ daughter Dorothy Keefe in 2005; Davis was a great-granddaughter of Henry Goff through his daughter Asalee. Dorothy Keefe, email to Maureen Pierce, 18 July 2005: “All the info about Grandpaws names etc came from the pages of my mothers Bible. I gave it to her about 1978 and she filled in all this stuff. And I wasn't sure she remembered any of this correctly as she had a lot of people with the same name. Jim kept appearing as did Sarah and Sallie. As for the spelling of Azalees name, we all took a guess.”
22 H. Goff household, 1850 Ballard Co., KY census; Sarah Goff household, 1860 Hardin Co., TN census.
23 Y-chromosome DNA match between male-line descendants of James C. Goff and Edmund Gawf and Lewis Goff.
24
Nancy Criswell, “Bible,” email to Phillip Goff et al, 11 August 2005, was in possession of Harrison Goff: “I have located the Creasy-Goff Bible. The bad new is it was burned up in a house fire. This Bible was owned by James C. and Emily F. Creasy Goff. I also located three other family members who remembered the Bible and one of those did remember the inscription of ‘great-grandfather Henry Goff came from Virginia left wife and 2 children.’ That makes a total of two people who say the inscription was in this Bible. "great-grandfather Henry Goff came from Virginia left wife and 2 children.”
 
LEWIS GOFF was born 18 July 1811 in NC/SC. 25   In 1880, the census enumerator recorded that Lewis Goff’s parents were born in SC.
He married MARINDA KELLY (b. 03 April 1823 TN). 26     They had children, including:
Amanda C. Goff b. 07 September 1843 TN Leander Wesley Goff b. 05 October 1855 TN
William Andrew Goff b. ca. 1846 TN Edmond Alexander Goff b. 19 September 1856 TN 27
Joseph W. Goff b. 26 January 1847 TN Samuel Dorsey Goff b. ca 1859 TN
Christopher Henry Goff b. 22 November 1849 TN Lewis Albert Goff b. 14 February 1861 TN
John Riley Goff b. 17 September 1850 TN Larson T. Goff b. 12 February 1866 TN
Lewis and Marinda probably lived on the same property from 1840 or prior through the end of their lives, as county and civil district borders changed.28   The family of Lewis and Marinda always used the Goff spelling. Lewis and Marinda died 18 April 1894 and 23 May 1890, respectively, and are buried in the Corinth Cemetery. 29

The Goff Women:
In addition to Edmund Gawf, Henry Goff and Lewis Goff, there are two women who may be part of this same family. The connection between Rodica (Goff) Stanfill and Matilda Carpenter and Edmund Gawf, Henry Goff and Lewis Goff is circumstantial.
25
Lewis Gawf household, 1840 Henderson Co., TN census, no township, p. 364A; Louis Goff household, 1850 Decatur Co., TN census, 10th District, p. 448B; L. Goff household, 1860 Decatur Co., TN census, District No. 11, p. 113/printed p. 69; Lewis Goff household, 1870 Decatur Co., TN census, District No. 11, p. 2/printed page 91B; Lewis Goff household, 1880 Decatur Co., TN census, ED 25, SD 4, p. 32.
26
Ed Goff, “Old Records, ”email to Phillip Goff and Maureen Pierce, 04 July 2005: “Harry Broad in email dated 6/28/98 quoted his Aunt who was Lewis’s granddaughter[:] ‘wrote my great aunt Clara in 1970 asking about her grandparents and others. She wrote back that her grandfather Louis Goff born in SC of PA Dutch parents married Marinda Kelly born in TN.’” Henry E. Chambers, A History of Louisiana, (vol. 2), (The American Historical Society, Inc., Chicago and New York, 1925), 102-103, : “Louis Goff, grandfather of the subject of this sketch, passed virtually his entire life in Decatur County. . . His wife, whose family name was Kelly. . .
27 Y-chromosome DNA match between male-line descendants of Edmond A. Goff and Edmund Gawf and Henry Goff.
28 The Decatur Co., TN courthouse burned in 1869 and 1927, destroying a wide swath of documents from Lewis Goff’s lifetime.
29 Corinth Cemetery records, 27 November 2005.
 
RODICA GOFF was born ca. 1807/12 NC.
She married LAURENCE B. STANFILL (12 January 1813 TN – 26 August 1872). Laurence and Rodica (Goff) Stanfill lived near the Edmund Gawf and Lewis Gawf family. In the 1840 census, they lived eight households away from Lewis Gawf (b. 1809 NC/SC). From at least 1850 through 1880, Rodica lived in District 13, which was sandwiched between Decatur Co. on the east and District 12 of Henderson Co. on the west. 30   Her maiden name was given as Rhodie Goff on the 1922 death certificate of her son Riley T. Stanfill. 31
Emaline Stanfill b. ca. 1831 TN Malvina Stanfill b. ca. 1840/45 TN
Louisa Stanfill b. ca. 1834 TN Riley T. Stanfill b. 05 Nov 1842 TN – 1922 TN
Isaac Newton Stanfill b. 01 Sept 1837 TN – aft 1900 Jane Stanfill b. ca. 1845 TN
Rodica (Goff) Stanfill died 04 November 1886 and is buried in Sardis Cemetery, Henderson Co., TN.32
Matilda was born ca. 1806/10 NC. She married Robert Carpenter (ca. 1807/09 TN – 1870/80 TN). 33 The family was always lived close to Edmund Gawf’s family, particularly Edmund’s son George W. Gawf. In the 1840 Henderson Co., TN census, the Carpenters lived six households away from George W. Gawf, eldest son of Edmund Gawf. In the 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, George W. Gawf was household #10, Edmund Gawf #12, Robert Gawf #13 and Robert Carpenter #14.
The George W. Gawf and Robert Carpenter families migrated to AR at about the same time. On 08 October 1851, Robert Carpenter sold 250 acres of land in Henderson Co. to “Edmond gawaf.” The deed was witnessed by John A. Criner and Elias Goff. 34 In 1852, George W. Gawf, son of Edmund Gawf, moved to Carroll Co., AR, and on to Sharp Co., TN in 1864. 35 By June 1856, Robert Carpenter was in AR where he received an 80-acre land grant in what is now Sharp Co, AR. 36 In 1870, Robert Carpenter and George W. Gawf were living in households #15 and #52, respectively, in Sharp Co., which was formed from Lawrence Co., AR in 1868. In the 1880 Sharp Co., AR census, Matilda was living in dwelling #41 and George W. Gawf in dwelling #44 in Sharp Co., AR.
Thomas Carpenter b. ca. 1830 TN Edmund Carpenter b. 22 Jan 1839 TN – aft 1900
Sarah Ann Carpenter b. ca. 1832 TN Martha J. Carpenter b. ca. 1841 TN
James Hardin Carpenter b. ca. 1835 TN Mary Carpenter b. ca. 1843 TN
Rhodica Carpenter b. ca. 1837 TN Neenry (male) Carpenter b. ca. 1847 TN
30
L.B. Stanfill household, 1830 Henderson Co., TN census, p. 363B; Burn Stanfield household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, District 13, p. 209; L. B. Stanfield household, 1860 Henderson Co., TN census, District 13, p. 288; Lawrence B. Stanfield household, 1870 Henderson Co., TN census, District 13, p. 127B; Rodicia Stanfill household, 1880 Henderson Co., TN census, District 13, ED 63, SD 4, p. 421B.
31
Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith, Genealogical Astracts From Henderson County: Death Certificates 1914-1923, 03 December 2005: Riley T. Stanfill, mother listed as Rhodie Goff, N.C.
32 Sardis Cemetery, 03 December 2005.
33
Robt. Carpenter household, 1840 Henderson Co., TN census, p. 361B; Robert Carpenter household, 1850 Henderson Co., TN census, District 12, p. 198B; Robert Carpenter household, 1870 Sharp Co., AR census, Washington Twp., p. 375B; Clay Shirley household, 1880 Sharp Co., AR census, Washington Twp., ED 190, SD 2, pp. 111A-B.
34 Henderson Co., TN Deeds, Book P 1856-1858.
35 Goodspeed, Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeastern Arkansas (1889).
36 Sharp Co., AR Federal Land Records
 
THE BARLOW CONNECTION

Edmund Gawf, Henry Goff and Lewis Goff all claimed NC as their birthplace, with Lewis also naming SC as his place of nativity. No Barlow has been identified in SC census records before 1810. The Barlow family, with which the Goff/Gawf family has a Y-chromosome match, is closely associated with NC. As such, North Carolina is the logical place to look for the Barlow orphan who was taken in by the Goff family.
The 1790, 1800 and 1810 NC censuses were searched for every Goff and Barlow and variants. Only Montgomery and Wake Counties counted both the Goff and Barlow surnames among their populations during this 20-year period. Of these, only Wake had a Goff and Barlow in the county at the same time:
1790   County State
White Males 16>
White Males <16
Females
Slaves
Other
Total
Thos. Barlow 37 Wake NC
1
2
2
1
6
Wm. Barlow 38 Wake NC
1
4
3
8
Starling Gawf 39 Wake NC
1
2
5
8
William Barlow and Thomas Barlow were six households away from each other on the census enumerator’s schedule. Thomas Barlow of Wake Co., North Carolina was born ca. 1761 in Isle of Wight, Virginia.  Y-chromosome DNA testing has shown that Edmund Gawf, Henry Goff and Lewis Goff are closely related to the Isle of Wight, Virginia Barlow family.
Thomas Barlow served in the Third Virginia [Edmond’s] Artillary Regiment during the Revolutionary War, receiving his discharge on 23 August 1780.
Thomas Barlow married Elizabeth and they lived in Brunswick Co., Virginia until about 1786.40   In 1787, Thomas Barlow purchased land in Wake Co., North Carolina.. In September 1794, Thomas Barlow bought more land in Wake County. 41   Beginning in 1797, Thomas Barlow started purchasing land in Edgefield Co., South Carolina. 42 The final ties to Wake Co. were cuts when in May 1800 Thomas Barlow sold Wake Co., North Carolina land to Christopher Spier and William Smith.43   Elizabeth died ca. 1800 and Thomas married 2) Mary.   Thomas Barlow died ca. 1813 in Laurens Co., Georgia.44
37 Thos. Barlow household, 1790 Wake Co., NC census, p. 253
38 Wm. Barlow household, 1790 Wake Co., NC census, p. 253
39 Starling Gawf household, 1790 Wake Co., NC census, p. 273
40
Thomas Barlow, Elizabeth Roscoe, and Mary, Barlow Genealogy, online 'Thomas Barlow, Isle of Wight Virginia', 04 December 2005
41 Wake County Court minutes Books 4 & 5 1797 to 1803
42 Thomas Barlow, Elizabeth Roscoe, and Mary, Barlow Genealogy, online 'Thomas Barlow, Isle of Wight Virginia', 04 December 2005
43 Wake County Court minutes Books 4 & 5 1797 to 1803
44 Thomas Barlow, Elizabeth Roscoe, and Mary, Barlow Genealogy, online 'Thomas Barlow, Isle of Wight Virginia', 04 December 2005
 
While Thomas Barlow can safely be eliminated as the father of the Barlow orphan/s, the William Barlow and the Sterling Gawf families require further examination between 1790 and 1800.   In September 1794, Thomas Barlow bought land in Wake County. In 1799, William Barlow was dead. In May 1800, Thomas Barlow sold land to Christopher Spier and William Smith.45 On 2 May 1800, Sterling Goff was listed among the debtors of the firm of Britian and Ellick Sanders, from the inventory of Britian Sanders.46 By the 1800 census, the Barlow family was gone from Wake Co., NC:
1800
County
State
Free White Males
Free White Females
Other Free Persons
Slaves
<10
10>15
16>25
26>44
45>
<10
10>15
16>25
26>44
45>
Hugh Gawf 47 Wake NC
1
1
1
1
1
 
5
Sterling Gawf 48 Wake NC
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
 
Details between 1800 and 1810 are also slim. In May 1801, Hugh Goff sold land to John Rogers.   And in May 1803, Sterling Gawf sold land to Allen Griffis. 49 By 1810, Sterling Gawf had moved to Montgomery Co., NC, therefore accounting for the only other North Carolina county to have had Goff and Barlow residents during the period 1790-1810:
1810
County
State
Free White Males
Free White Females
Other Free Persons
Slaves
<10
10>15
16>25
26>44
45>
<10
10>15
16>25
26>44
45>
Ellison Goff 50 Montgomery NC
1
1
1
 
Starling Goff 51 Montgomery NC
4
1
1
3
1
1
 
William Barlow and Sterling Gawf provide a tantalizing circumstantial fit with the orphan story. Under this hypothesis, William Barlow fathered Edmund in 1794. When William died ca. 1799, Sterling Gawf took in Edmund and perhaps some siblings, including a brother. Edmund, now named Gawf, and a brother may be the free white males under age 10 in the Sterling Gawf household in 1800 Wake Co., NC. Henry Goff and Lewis Goff may be the sons of a brother of Edmund Gawf. It is interesting to note that Sterling Gawf appears in various records as Gawf and Goff. The 1790 and 1800 censuses use Gawf while the surname changes to Goff in the 1810 census. If there is any significance to this, this may explain why Edmund used the Gawf spelling and Henry and Lewis, being born ca. 1809 and 1811, used the Goff spelling. This is a highly speculative observation and, unfortunately, there is not enough data to determine if there was a clear name change.
45 Wake County Court minutes Books 4 and 5, 1797 to 1803
46 Frances Hollaway Waynne, Wake Co., NC, Abstracts of Wills, Inventories and Settlements of Estates, 1771-1802
47 Hugh Gawf household, 1800 Wake Co., NC census, Hillsborough, p. 809
48 Sterling Gawf household, 1800 Wake Co., NC census, Hillsborough, p. 764
49 Wake County Court minutes Books 4 & 5 1797 to 1803
50 Ellison Goff household, 1810 Montgomery Co., NC census, Capt. Green area, p. 567
51 Starling Goff household, 1810 Montgomery Co., NC census, Capt. Green area, p. 568
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