Goyne/Goings Wilkes Co., Ga
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Goyne/Goings Wilkes Co., Georgia FPC
ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA: PASSED AT LOUISVILLE, IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, 1799.
1799 Vol. 1 — Page: 118
Sequential Number: 023
Full Title: An act to admit Thomas Going, a free person of colour, to the privileges of a citizen of this state, so far as is therein expressed.
WHEREAS Thomas Going a free person of colour, has petitioned this legislature, praying to be made a free citizen of this state,
SECT. 1. BE it therefore enacted, by the Senate and [Illegible Text] of [Illegible Text] of the State of Georgia, in General Assembly met, and by the authority of the [Illegible Text], That from and after the passing of this act, that the aforesaid Thomas Going of the county of Wilkes, be and he is hereby vested with and entitled to all the rights, privileges and immunities belonging to a free citizen of this state: Provided [Illegible Text], That nothing herein contained shall extend or be construed to extend to entitle the said Thomas Going to serve in the capacity of a juror, in any cause whatever; nor to render him a competent witness in any cause or case where the personal rights or property of any white person are or is concerned; nor to entitle the said Thomas Going to vote at elections, nor to have or hold directly or indirectly any [Illegible Text] of trust or emolument, civil or military within this state.
DAVID MERIWETHER, speaker of the House of Representatives.
ROBERT WALTON, President of the senate.
JAs. JACKSON, GOVERNOR.
Approval Date: Assented to, February 18, 1799.
Citizenship Granted to Thomas Going, a free person of colour
Citizenship Granted to Thomas Going ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF … An act to admit Thomas Going, a free person of colour, to the privileges … therein expressed. WHEREAS Thomas Going a free person of colour, has petitioned … that the aforesaid Thomas Going of the county of Wilkes, be and … entitle the said Thomas Going to serve in the capacity of a
goods Oct. Dec. 1795. SCHRODER, ISABELLA dec’d. est. Henry Thompson, excr. Receipts of Alex. and Isabel Schroder and of Wm. Going for Nancy Going in full of their legacies, L5 each, Nov. 12, 1796. SHEATS, SAMUEL dec’d. Nicholas Sheats, admr. Returns Aug. 1803. Note of Samuel Sheats and Isaac Welborn Dec. 1798 to Denial Gunn $100.00. Note to Peter Hoff of
1785 to said Geo. 1786. Page 7–LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to Vinson Greer 150 acres on Buffalo creek adj. Moses Going, Daniel Bankston, orig. grant 1785. 1786. Page 8–LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to James Greer 600 acres on Buffalo creek adj. Vines Collier and John Lumpkin. Apr. 15, 1786. Page 9–COLLIER, VINES and wife Sarah to James Echols sale of
Wilkes County, Georgia 1791 Tax List
Henry Clay Garrot, John Clay Garrot, Thomas Clay Gibson, Henry Collier Gibson, John Pruet Gilmore, Uriah Ragan Going, James Simmons Goode, William Mccormack Graham, James Simmons Gray, William Ragan Greathouse, Jacob Pruet Green, Collier Green, George Clay Green, Henry Pruet Green, James Gresham Green, William Gresham Greene, Henry Pruet Greene, James Pruet
The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson, published in 1933 at Macon, GAGOIN — GOING, Drury 318, 326
Moses 256, 262
GOYNE, John 172, 173, 326
GOING, Nancy 291, 323