.                   John Goad, 1729 - 1791-92, s/o John Goad
.                                                                                                         (INDEX)
.                                                                   author: Michael D. Nestor, email: mdn3557@yahoo.com

21    John Goad,3                                                                                                                                           2   (John,2,Abraham,1)
.
.            b 1 Jul 1729 North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co, Va; d 1792-93 Sullivan Co, Tenn.
.            m Margaret ____.  (her last name Chiles according to undocumented claims, but this is probably incorrect)

.            Moved to Sullivan Co, Tenn about 1782.  Margaret later moved to nearby Hawkins Co, Tenn.

.            1750 Lunenburg Co, Va list of Tithables: John "Good" and John Good" Jr.
.            1750 John Goad Jr acquired land in "Halifax" Co, Va (Lunenburg Co then, since Halifax was formed in 1752), acc to "
History of
.                     Halifax Co., Va
", by Carrington.
.            1750, 10 Nov: Pittsylvania Co: 240 acres on Clay Branch of Pig River surveyed for John Goad Jr.
.            1751, 7 Nov: Pittsylvania Co: Land on both sides of Staunton River surveyed for John Goad Jr and Wm Perrin.
.            1760, Sep: Halifax Co: John and Margaret Goad deeded land.
.            1760, 22 Sep: Bedford Co, Va Deed Bk 1, p 299: John Goad Jr purchased 63 acres on N side of "Stanton" River from William
.                      Perrin.
.            1763, 31 Jan: Bedford Co Deed Bk 2, p 423: John and Margaret Goad sold same land to James Harvery.
.            1763, 7 Jul: Pittsylvania Co, John Goad patented land across the Staunton River.  This was apparently the same as Halifax Co
.                      land grant in 1763 for 400 acres on Fry Pan Creek.
.            1767 Pittsylvania Co tax list, John "Good" Jr.
.            1773, 16 Nov: Pittsylvania Co Deed Bk 3, p 402: John Goad gave Deed of Trust on 160 acres on Frying Pan Creek, "where he
.                      lives" (apparently same land as patented in 1763).
.            1774, 26 Jan: Pittsylvania Co Deed Bk 3, p 412: John and Margaret Goad sold 50 acres to Benjamin Clement.  This was part of
.                      land patented to him 7 Jul 1763.
.            1776, 29 May: Pittsylvania Co Court Order Bk 4, p 100: John Goad vs John Dalton, tresspass, dismissed.
.            1782 Pittsylvania Co tax list, John Goad, 3 white souls.
.            1782 John Goad sold land in Pittsylvania Co and moved to Sullivan Co, Tenn, where they lived on Bays Mountain.
.            1782 Pittsylvania Co Corder Bk 4, p 408: John Goad defendant in suit.
.            1782, 23 Oct: Sullivan Co Deed Bk 1, p 142: State of NC to John Goad, 33 acres on the S side of Holston River, on Horse Creek,
.                      50 shillings/100 acres.
.            1784, 7 Aug: Sullivan Co Deed Bk 1, p 192: John Goad deeded 33 acres to Abel Morgan for 20 lbs.
.            1785 John Goad and sons William and Gabriel signed petition for the new state of Franklin in Sevier bailiwick.
.            1793, Dec: Sullivan Co Deed Bk 2, p 630 (rec 26 Jan 1794): John Goad deeded 100 acres to Peter Goad for 50 lbs.
.            1794, 6 Dec: Sullivan Co Deed Bk 2, p 794 (rec 11 May 1795): Wm Goad deeded 79 acres (which he received from John Goad) to
.                      Gabriel Goad.
.            1796 Sullivan Co tax list, Margaret Goad, 100 acres, no white polls.
.            1797 Sullivan Co tax list, Margaret Goad.
.            1803, 26 Feb: Sullivan Co Deed Bk 4, p 492: Margaret Goad of Hawkins Co, Tenn deeded 100 acres on Little  Horse Creek to
.                      Michael Stier for $200.  witness: Timothy Dalton.

.            issue:

.            
1.   Thomas Goad.
.                  1771 Thomas listed in grandfather John Goad's will.
.                  1774 Pittsylvania Co tax list, Thomas Goad.
.                  1782 Pittsylvania Co tax list, Thomas Goad, 3 white souls.
.                  1782, 18 Mar: Claims for supplies furnished during the Rev War, p 22: Thomas Goad, 20 lbs iron impressed for state troops,
.                            L 0; 15; 0.
.                  1785 Pittsylvania Co tax list, Thomas Goad, 4 white souls.
.                  1789-93 Pittsylvania Co tax lists, Harany, Haranah, and Haraynah Goad were variously listed.  She may have been Thomas'
.                           widow.

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2.   Charles Goad, b ca 1748-50, m Rachel ____.
.                  Stayed in Pittsylvania Co, Va.  No proof he was a s/o John, except none of the other Goad males were old enough to have a
.                  son of this age, except Peter Goad, b 1715, but his 1794 will didn't mention Charles.

.            
3.   Agnes Goad, b ca 1750, m ca 1770 to Owen Adkins, b ca 1750 Pittsylvania Co, s/o William Adkins and Lydia Owen.
.                  Family tradition is that Owen took his family to Grayson Co, Va for about 10 years, and then to Hawkins Co, Tenn, where
.                  Owen, Agnes, and 2 children were killed by Indians in the late 1780's.  The other children later went to Pulaski Co, Ky.
.                  issue:
.                  
a.   Benjamin Adkins, b ca 1770 Pittsylvania Co, d Nov 1839 Wayne Co, Ky, m May 1804 to Cathereine (Katie) Stigall, b
.                        1779 SC, d ca 1862 Wayne Co.
.                  
b.   Wyatt Adkins, b ca 1772, d 1838 Van Buren Co, Mo, m(1) ____, m(2) 5 Nov 1833 Jackson Co, Mo to Mary Bledsoe, d/o
.                        Abraham Bledsoe.  Moved to Jasper Co, Mo.
.                  
c.   John Adkins, b ca 1773, d Dec 1850 Clay Co, Mo, m Elizabeth Stockwell.  Moved to Madison Co, Ill and to Clay Co, Ill.
.                  
d.   William Adkins, m ____ Fulford.   Moved to Madison Co, Ill and Ray Co, Mo.
.                  
e.   Emelia Adkins (Emily,Millie), b ca 1779, d 1860's Fentress Co, Tenn, m 11 Jan 1798 to Phillip Smith, b 1769, d 1865,
.                        s/o George Smith and Rebecca Brown.  Moved to Fentress Co, Tenn.
.                  
f.   James Adkins, b ca 1781, d 1850's Ky, m 9 Sep 1800 to Chloe Harges.  Lived in Pulaski Co, Ky.
.                  
g.   Owen Adkins, b 4 Feb 1783 Hawkins Co, d 26 Nov 1853 Monroe Co, Ind, m 1 May 1804 Ky to Elizabeth Sidebottom, d
.                        30 Mar 1871, d/o Peter Sidebottom.
.                  
h.   Jesse Adkins, b ca 1788, d 1860's Fentress Co, Tenn, m Sarah ____, b ca 1790, d 1860's.  Moved to Morgan Co and Fen-
.                        tress Co's, Tenn.

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4.   William Goad, b 6 Feb 1754 Bedford Co, m(1) Betsy Morrison, m(2) Mary Hall.
.                  Moved to Sullivan Co, Tenn.

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5.   Peter Goad, b 3 Dec 1766 Bedford or Pittsylvania Co, m Dorothy (Dolly) ____.
.                  Moved to Christian and Hopkins Co's, Ky.

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6.   John Goad, b ca 1770, m Mary Moody (Polly).
.                  Moved to Christian Co, Ky, and later to Posey Co, Ind.

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7.   Gabriel Goad, b ca 1772 Va, m(1) ____, m(2) Sarah Williams (Sally).
.                  Moved to Lincoln and Casey Co, Ky, and later to Perry and Crawford Co, Ind.
.                  (also possibly could be a son of William Goad, above)

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8.   Lewis Goad, b 1770's, m Suzy ____.
.                  Moved to Christian and Graves Co's, Ky.
.                  (also possibly could be a son of William Goad, above)





.             No evidence of the identity of the following, who doesn't fit into any of the known Goad families:
.             Montgomery Co, Va Deed Bk B, p 398: Jacob Goad sold 15 acres in the county of "Shenandore" on Holmamams Creek to Jacob
.                      Neece.  Land adjoined the lands of Thomas Hinton, George Rhether, and Michael Neese.
.             1786, 18 Oct: Montgomery Co Deed Bk K, p 573: "Jacob Goad has not yet obtained a land grant and said 15 acres of land was
.                       aquired from Lord Fairfax.  witness James Neville."
.             1821 Jacob Goad obtained a land grant in Sullivan Co, Tenn.



.            Ref:  1. "
The Goads a Frontier Family", 1984 and 1995, Kenneth F. Haas.
.                     2.   Barbara Pemberton's notes.
.                     3.   Laurel (Laurie) Zitowitz's notes.
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