Sunday, March 23, 2008

Franklin County, GA Early Records

Records Collection Submitted by Anna Going Friedman

Ref: (ibid), page 160; 500 acres of Land; Price peer acre: 3.6; Warren county, Ogechee River, Adjoining: Abercombie & Ship. 1793
1794 Tax List
Moses Going – page 160 Hubberts District
William Going - page 160 Hubberts District
Some Georgia County Records, Vol. 1 – Lucas

Page 132, 133: DEED dated 29 May 1795, rec. 13 Aug. 1798, from MOSES GOING and wife AGNES (x) of Warren Co. Ga. To JAMES COZART of aforesaid. In cons. Of 100 pds., conveys 684 ac. In Franklin Co. Wit: JAMES SAUNDERS, PROSSER HORTON. Sworn to by HORTON before M. HUBERT, J.P. 2 Dec. 1797.

Pages 221-222: Sept. 22, 1795, ELEAZER MOBLEY of Warren Co., to FRANCIS BECK of same for 50 pounds, land near GOING’S Mill, originally granted to GEO. BREWER Oct. 29 1789. ELEAZER MOBLEY (EM Seal). Wit: LEWIS HARVIE, SAMUEL FIELDS. Rec. Dec. 8, 1796.

Pages 632-633: March 7, 1799, LEWIS WRIGHT, Sheriff of Warren Co. to MOSES GOING, whereas HENRY CANDLER & MOSES GOING each obtained a judgment in Inferior Court against WILLIAM SANDERS, 352 acres, the greater part of a grant to IGNATIUS FEW, June 18, 1793, adj. WOOTEN, WILLIAM, ALEXANDER…..LEWIS WRIGHT (SEAL). Wit: ANDERSON BERRY, JNO. MCMURRAIN (X). Rec. May 5, 1800.
Georgia Department of Archives and History, Reel No. 2-2310

By his Excellency James Jackson Captain General, Governor, and Commander in Chief in and over the faid State, and of the Militia thereof.
To all to whom thefe Prefents fhall come, Greeting:
KNOW YE, That in pursuance of the Act for opening the Land Office, and by virtue of the powers in me vefted, I HAVE given and granted, and, by thfe prefents, in the name and behalf of the faid ftate, DO give and grant unto Moses Goins his heirs and affigns forever, ALL that tract or parcel of land containing Sixty acres fituate, lying, and being in the county of Warren in the faid ftate, and butting and bounding northwest by Lawrences Land, Southwest by W Andrews Goinens land, and East by Nobley’s Land, ___________
Having fuch fhape, form and marks, as appear by a plat of the fame hereunto annexed; together with all and fingular the rights, members, and appurtenances thereof , whatfoever, to the faid tract or parcel of land belonging, or in any wife appertaining; and alfo all the eftate, right, title, intereft, claim, and demand of the ftate aforefaid, of, in to, or out of, the fame: TO HAVE premifes aforefaid, with their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances, unto the faid Moses Goins his heirs and affigns to his and their own proper ufe and behoof forever, in Fee Simple.
GIVEN under my hand, and the great feal of the faid ftate, this twenty third day of January in the year of our Lord one thoufand feven hundred and ninety nine; and in the twenty third year of American Independence.
Signed by his Excellency the Governor, the 23rd day of Jany, 1799 Jas Jackson
Thomas Johnson J.P
Registered, the 24th day of Jany, 1799

Warren Co., GA wills 1790-1890
Goynne, William s/jan 4, 1816 p/ sept. 1817
Daughters: Rebecca Dick, Alice King
Sons: Tyre, Hiram, John, Drury, William, Hardy
Grandsons: John, Mount Hermon, children of Hardy

1818 Warren County, GA, Capt. Roger’s dist., tax digest
Nancy Goine, widow

1 comment:

  1. Stokes County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office
    Grantors List only

    Deed Book 2 Page 222
    4 Dec. 1794
    Joseph Goin of Patrick County, VA to Abner Ecles
    150 acres on Peters Creek
    Part of John Lankford’s old survey and adjoining John Lankford’s back line

    Deed Book 3 Page 286
    26 Nov. 1799
    Joseph Going of Patrick County, VA to Abner Eckols of Franklin County, Georgia
    120 acres on Peters Creek a branch of the Dan River
    Part of a 350 acre survey for John Lankford