Tressie M. Garrett1

#4863, (7 October 1924 - )
Last EditedFeb 9, 2005
Married Name Franks1 
Marriage* Principal=Melva G. Franks1 
Birth*7 October 1924 1 

Citations

  1. [S44] Email Message, from Rick Franks to Pat Balkcom (e-mail address), 06 Feb 2005. Rick's great grandfather is James William Franks.

Annie Mae Garrison1

#4830, (15 May 1893 - 21 November 1937)
Last EditedJul 23, 2004
Married Name Franks1 
Marriage* Principal=Clifton Franks1 
Birth*15 May 1893 1 
Death*21 November 1937 1 
Burial*November 1937 Guin City Cemetery, Guin, Marion County, Alabama, USA; Annie is buried with her husband and his parents.2 

Citations

  1. [S25] Ancestry.com, from database by Joe Tensey at http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:60951&id=I4248154. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.
  2. [S26] Compiled Records from Genealogy Mail List or Website, Guin City, AL Cemetery records at
    http://www.guinal.org/PDFs/2002_PDFs/guincitycem.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line.

Benjamin Gass1

#3725
Last EditedNov 30, 2003
Marriage* Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Eleanor Galbreath2 

Family

Eleanor Galbreath b. c 1710, d. 1758
Children

Citations

  1. [S26] Compiled Records from Genealogy Mail List or Website, Walter Gilbert's website at http://www.otal.umd.edu/~walt/gen/htmfile/384.htm
    His source CGANA, sect. 2, p. 12.. Hereinafter cited as Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line.
  2. [S26] Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line, Walter Gilbert's website at http://www.otal.umd.edu/~walt/gen/htmfile/768.htm
    His source CGANA, sect. 2, p. 12.
  3. [S128] Thomas A Elder, Genealogy of David Elder and Margery Stewart (Wooster, Ohio: 1905), p. 31. Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of David Elder and Margarery Stewart.
  4. [S25] Ancestry.com, James McLure at e-mail address. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.

Benjamin Gass1

#4263, (1744 - 1827)
Last EditedNov 24, 2003
Father*Benjamin Gass1
Mother*Eleanor Galbreath1 b. c 1710, d. 1758
Birth*1744 Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA1 
Marriage* Principal=Mary McClain1 
Death*1827 Brooke County, West Virginia, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S25] Ancestry.com, James McLure at e-mail address. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.

Mary Gass1

#3726
Last EditedNov 24, 2003
Father*Benjamin Gass1
Mother*Eleanor Galbreath1 b. c 1710, d. 1758
Married Name Stewart1 
Marriage*1760 Chambersberg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, USA; William and Mary were first cousins.; Principal=William Stewart2,1 

Family

William Stewart b. 21 Aug 1738, d. 1811
Children

Citations

  1. [S26] Compiled Records from Genealogy Mail List or Website, Walter Gilbert's website at http://www.otal.umd.edu/~walt/gen/htmfile/384.htm
    His source CGANA, sect. 2, p. 12.. Hereinafter cited as Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line.
  2. [S25] Ancestry.com, Mara Harris at http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=spacm7&id=I7774. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.
  3. [S25] Ancestry.com, submitted by Mara Harris at e-mail address.

Prudence Gass1

#4265
Last EditedNov 24, 2003
Father*Benjamin Gass1
Mother*Eleanor Galbreath1 b. c 1710, d. 1758

Citations

  1. [S128] Thomas A Elder, Genealogy of David Elder and Margery Stewart (Wooster, Ohio: 1905), p. 31. Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of David Elder and Margarery Stewart.

William Gass1

#4266
Last EditedNov 24, 2003
Father*Benjamin Gass1
Mother*Eleanor Galbreath1 b. c 1710, d. 1758

Citations

  1. [S128] Thomas A Elder, Genealogy of David Elder and Margery Stewart (Wooster, Ohio: 1905), p. 31. Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of David Elder and Margarery Stewart.

G. B. Gentry1

#1643
Last EditedFeb 6, 2002
Marriage*15 March 1849 Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA; Married by D. Buchanan, JP.; Principal=Jane Franks2 

Citations

  1. [S67] Jordan Dodd et al, compiler, Early American Marriages: Mississippi, 1825-1850 (Bountiful, Utah: Precision Indexing Publishers), Database found at www.ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as Mississippi Marriages 1825-50.
  2. [S26] Compiled Records from Genealogy Mail List or Website, Itawamba County, MS Marriage Book 3. page 100. Posted at http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~robfra/statecen.html. Hereinafter cited as Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line.

Lucinda C. Gentry1

#2196
Last EditedFeb 6, 2002
Married Name15 May 1862 Gann 
Marriage*15 May 1862 Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA; Principal=Elijah S. Gann1 

Citations

  1. [S68] Family History Library, compiler, Itawamba County, Mississippi Marriages 1851-65 (Salt Lake City, Utah: LDS), Microfilm #0901648-0901649. Database extraction at www.ancestry.com.. Hereinafter cited as Itawamba County, Mississippi Marriages 1851-65.

Sarah Eulyene Gias1

#2840, ( - 24 September 1919)
Last EditedOct 13, 2002
ChartsDescendants of Samuel and Elizabeth Gann
Name Variation Guise1 
Married Name1852 Gann1 
Marriage*1852 Principal=Jasper Levi Gann1 
Death*24 September 1919 1 

Family

Jasper Levi Gann b. 14 Feb 1835, d. 24 Jan 1911
Child

Citations

  1. [S26] Compiled Records from Genealogy Mail List or Website, Posting by Rubie Gann Golart at the "Migrations" website
    http://www.migrations.org/individual.php3?record=4263. Hereinafter cited as Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line.

Uriah Gibbs1

#2128, (1754 - )
Last EditedOct 20, 2006
Birth*1754 1 
Cen-Enum*18 November 1850 Beat #5, Marion County, Alabama, USA; Uriah Gibbs, age 96, male, birthplace unknown, living with Smith and Britania Gann. Do not know if he is a relative.; Principal=AL Marion Co Census 18501 

Citations

  1. [S12] U.S. Census 1850, www.ancestry.com, Alabama, Marion County, Beat #5, page 221.. Hereinafter cited as U.S. Census 1850.

Dr. Edmund R. Gibson1

#1601
Last EditedNov 20, 2001
Marriage* Principal=Elizabeth Phifer1 

Citations

  1. [S54] Robert M. Topkins, compiler, Marriage and Death Notices From The Western Carolinian (Raleigh, NC, 1975, Page 34.

Emily Gibson1

#2632, (1840 - )
Last EditedNov 24, 2002
Name Variation McKamie; Name variation created for alphabetical purposes. 
Birth*1840 North Carolina, USA1 
Married Name McCamey1 
Marriage* Principal=Unknown McCamey1 
Cen-Head*9 June 1880 Enumeration District 204, Elm Springs Township, Washington County, Arkansas, USA; "Emily McCamey", white, female, age 40, widowed or divorced, living with parents Bethel and Sinai Gibson. She is doing housework, was born NC, father in NC, mother in VA. Her 2 children, Mary A. and William are also living with her.; Principal=AR Washington Co Census 1880, Resident=Mary A. McCamey, Resident=William McCamey1 
Cen-Enum9 June 1880 Enumeration District 204, Elm Springs Township, Washington County, Arkansas, USA; "Mary A. McCamey", white, female, age 11, daughter of Emily McCamey, granddaughter of Bethel and Sinai Gibson, doing housework, born AR, father born TN, mother NC. Living with grandparents, mother, and brother, William.; Principal=Mary A. McCamey, Principal=AR Washington Co Census 18801 
Cen-Enum9 June 1880 Enumeration District 204, Elm Springs Township, Washington County, Arkansas, USA; "William F. (spelling of middle initial unclear) McCamey", white, male, age 7, son of Emily McCamey, grandson of Bethel and Sinai Gibson, born AR, father born TN, mother NC. Living with grandparents, mother, and sister, Mary A.; Principal=William McCamey, Principal=AR Washington Co Census 18801 

Family

Unknown McCamey b. c 1835, d. b 1880
Marriage* Principal=Unknown McCamey1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] U.S. Census 1880, www.ancestry.com, Arkansas, Washington County, Elm Springs Township, Enumeration District 204, page 14.. Hereinafter cited as U.S. Census 1880.

Chief Justice John Bannister Gibson1

#4204
Last EditedDec 5, 2003
Occupation* John Bannister Gibson, LL. D. 'For many years Chief Justice of Pennsylvania name of Gibson in Scotland was Gilbertson. The earliest mention of the name in Pennsylvania is in 1730 when Governor Hamilton laid out Lancaster "at the site where George Gibson kept a tavern." This George Gibson was the grandfather of Judge Gibson. It is said that he was six feet, eight inches tall. It was supposed that he was buried at Carlisle. In the erection of this monument it was necessary to have a broad excavation and in making this George Gibson's grave was found. His family consisted of two sons and two daughters. His son George married Anna West, daughter of Francis West, a Colonial Judge and cousin of Benjamin West, the artist.Their son was John Bannister Gibson; his middle name was for a friend of his father's. Judge Gibson's father died in 1797 and left four sons. In poverty, this noble woman reared them herself, teaching them not only the ordinary branches but also the higher ones. A devout Episcopalian,Sabbath rarely found her absent from St. John's at Carlisle, fifteen miles from her home. One Sabbath unexpectedly finding Bishop White of Christ Church visiting in Carlisle, she persuaded him to accompany her home to christen some of her boys. When they reached Sherman's Creek, Perry County, no boys were to be found. Thinking their mother was away for a long time, they had gone hunting. Imagine the return. To you who think of Judge Gibson as only a lawyer and judge, these items may be interesting. As a musician he was gifted, probably inheriting taste from his grandfather, who, when the fifer was injured in one of the Revolutionary battles, sheathed his sword, picked up the fife, and led his men to victory. Eye witnesses have told of the ease with which Judge As a Mason he was R. W. Deputy Grand Master of the R. W. Grand Lodge ofF. and A. Masons of Pennsylvania, elected St. John's Day, December 27,1821, and re-elected December 27, 1822. He was elected R. W. Grand Master December 27, 1823; in this office he served one year. He was admitted as a Master Mason in Lodge No. 43, at Lancaster, December 20, 1811, but afterwards withdrew. Subsequently he connected himself with Lodge No. 61,at Wilkes Barre and was Worshipful Master of the Lodge for two successive terms, from December 27, 1814 to December 26, 1816. An interesting story is told of him as a dentist. When he was seventy years old a friend in Philadelphia asked him where he purchased his beautiful teeth. Their appearance was so natural that they fascinated her. Her chagrin was great when the Judge replied, 'You are mistaken,they are my own. I have used them from boyhood.' It was true. When his first tooth came loose, Judge Gibson fastened it by wire to its neighbors and continued to do so with loosening teeth until, as the Judge expressed it, he had 'nothing to tie to.' The dentists in Philadelphia could offer nothing but a false set. Discouraged, but not defeated, he returned to Carlisle, and sought the aid of Dr. George Hendel, who is buried near him. Dr. Hendel was noted for his inventive resources and mechanical skill but could not think of a remedy; however, he offered the use of his tools and Judge Gibson after several experiments made a plate which held his own teeth. These he used until his death. At a meeting of dentists in Philadelphia, Dr. Hendel told of this, then unheard of achievement and Judge Gibson inspired by success often helped the dentist in his office.2 
Marriage*1812 Principal=Sarah Work Galbreath1,2 

Citations

  1. [S124] History of Cumberland and Adams County, Pennsylvania (Chicago: Warren, Beers, and Company, 1886), p. 141.. Hereinafter cited as History of Cumberland and Adams County, PA.
  2. [S96] Clan Galbraith Association, from "John of Ireland" database submitted by B. J. Galbreath, updated 2002.. Hereinafter cited as Clan Galbraith Association.

Jane Gillespie1

#3701
Last EditedMar 21, 2003
Married Namecirca 1706 Bertram1 
Marriage*circa 1706 Principal=Rev. William Bertram1 

Family

Rev. William Bertram b. 1674, d. 2 May 1746
Child

Citations

  1. [S26] Compiled Records from Genealogy Mail List or Website, Walter Gilbert's website at http://www.otal.umd.edu/~walt/gen/htmfile/384.htm. Hereinafter cited as Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line.
  2. [S26] Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line, Walter Gilbert's website at http://www.otal.umd.edu/~walt/gen/htmfile/384.htm

Edmond Riley Gillihan1

#1971
Last EditedJan 13, 2002
Marriage* Principal=Martha E. Franks1 

Citations

  1. [S26] Compiled Records from Genealogy Mail List or Website, http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gaydads&id=I163. Hereinafter cited as Transcribed and Compiled Records On Line.

George Gilliland

#4041, (31 March 1797 - 9 October 1869)
Last EditedMay 24, 2003
Father*William Gilliland Esq. b. 12 Jan 1753, d. 7 Jul 1831
Mother*Catherine Fleming b. 1753, d. 13 Aug 1798
Birth*31 March 1797 Date based on age on tombstone. 
Death*9 October 1869 Date on tombstone. 
Burial*October 1869 Greater Conewago Presbyterian Cemetery, Hunterstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; Gravestone states:
George Gilliland
Died Oct. 9, 1869
Aged 72y 6 months and 9 days 

James Gilliland1

#4033, (1 August 1745 - )
Last EditedMay 24, 2003
Father*John Gilliland1 b. s 1720
Mother*Jane (?)1 b. s 1720
Birth*1 August 1745 Pennsylvania, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams County (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg Newspaper, 1938), No. 101, Aug. 5, 1939. Hereinafter cited as Backgrounds of Adams Co.

John Gilliland1

#4031, (say 1720 - )
Last EditedMay 24, 2003
Birth*say 1720 1 
Marriage* Principal=Jane (?)1 

Family

Jane (?) b. s 1720
Children

Citations

  1. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams County (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg Newspaper, 1938), No. 101, Aug. 5, 1939. Hereinafter cited as Backgrounds of Adams Co.

John Gilliland1

#4035, (13 April 1750 - )
Last EditedMay 24, 2003
Father*John Gilliland1 b. s 1720
Mother*Jane (?)1 b. s 1720
Birth*13 April 1750 Pennsylvania, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams County (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg Newspaper, 1938), No. 101, Aug. 5, 1939. Hereinafter cited as Backgrounds of Adams Co.

John Gilliland

#4037, (1 May 1778 - 7 April 1831)
Last EditedMay 24, 2003
Father*William Gilliland Esq. b. 12 Jan 1753, d. 7 Jul 1831
Mother*Catherine Fleming b. 1753, d. 13 Aug 1798
Birth*1 May 1778 Date based on age on gravestone. 
Marriage*21 May 1807 Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Elizabeth McIlvain1 
(Witness) Death11 July 1808 Principal=Elizabeth McIlvain1 
Marriage*9 May 1816 Principal=Margaret McCurdy1 
Death*7 April 1831 Date on gravestone. 
Burial*April 1831 Greater Conewago Presbyterian Cemetery, Hunterstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; Gravestone states:
John Gilliland
Died April 7, 1831
Aged 52y, 11months and 6 days 

Citations

  1. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams County (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg Newspaper, 1938), No. 102, Aug. 12, 1939. Hereinafter cited as Backgrounds of Adams Co.

Dr. Joseph Gilliland

#4040, (15 November 1791 - 28 September 1844)
Last EditedMay 24, 2003
Father*William Gilliland Esq. b. 12 Jan 1753, d. 7 Jul 1831
Mother*Catherine Fleming b. 1753, d. 13 Aug 1798
Birth*15 November 1791 Based on age on gravestone. 
Death*28 September 1844 Date on gravestone. 
Burial*September 1844 Greater Conewago Presbyterian Cemetery, Hunterstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; Gravestone states:
In Memory of Dr. Joseph Gilliland
Died Sept. 28 1844
Aged 52y, 10m, and 13 d. 

Samuel Gilliland1

#4034, (16 October 1746 - 26 September 1812)
Last EditedApr 11, 2004
Father*John Gilliland1 b. s 1720
Mother*Jane (?)1 b. s 1720
Birth*16 October 1746 Pennsylvania, USA; This birthdate is based on age on gravestone. 
Marriage* Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Eleanor Vance1 
Military*circa 1776 Also is listed on the gravestone plaque of Revolutinary Soldiers buried in Great Conewago Cemetery.1 
Death*26 September 1812 Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA1 
Burial*September 1812 Greater Conewago Presbyterian Cemetery, Hunterstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; I have picture of gravestone.
"In Memory of
Samuel Gilliland
Who Departed this life
Sept. 26th A.D. 1812
Age 65 yrs 11months 10 days

Citations

  1. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams County (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg Newspaper, 1938), No. 101, Aug. 5, 1939. Hereinafter cited as Backgrounds of Adams Co.

Samuel Gilliland

#4036, (31 July 1780 - 16 December 1817)
Last EditedMay 24, 2003
Father*William Gilliland Esq. b. 12 Jan 1753, d. 7 Jul 1831
Mother*Catherine Fleming b. 1753, d. 13 Aug 1798
Birth*31 July 1780 Based on age on gravestone. 
Military*circa 1812 War of 1812 in the 16th infantry as a surgeon and was based on the Canadian border1 
Death*16 December 1817  
Burial*December 1817 Greater Conewago Presbyterian Cemetery, Hunterstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; Gravestone states:
In memory of Samuel Gilliland
Late surgeon of the
United States Army
Died Dec 16, 1817
Aged 37 y, 4 m and 16 days 

Citations

  1. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams County (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg Newspaper, 1938), No. 102, Aug. 12, 1939. Hereinafter cited as Backgrounds of Adams Co.

William Gilliland Esq.1,2

#3940, (12 January 1753 - 7 July 1831)
Last EditedMay 1, 2004
Father*John Gilliland3 b. s 1720
Mother*Jane (?)3 b. s 1720
Birth*12 January 1753 Pennsylvania, USA2 
Military*circa 1776 Also is listed on the gravestone plaque of Revolutinary Soldiers buried in Great Conewago Cemetery. Served as Lt. Col.3,4 
Marriage*10 April 1777 Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Catherine Fleming5 
(Witness) Death13 August 1798 Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Catherine Fleming5 
Occupation*5 April 1800 Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; Gov. Thomas McKean appointed William Gilliland, Esq. of the County of Adams, to be one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas.6 
Marriage*23 June 1807 Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Mary Galbreath1,7 
Death*7 July 1831 Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; "Died on the 7th inst. (July 7, 1831) William Gilliland, Esq. in the 79th year of his age. His youthful ardor was identified by the spirit of 1776. He felt for his country's wrongs, and as a soldier of the Revolution, assisted in maintaining its rights, and securing its liberty and independence. He served as a Justice of the Peace and as a member of the State Legislature for many years and later acted as Associate Judge of the county. The deceased was a member of the Presbyterian Church."; Witness=Mary Galbreath8 
Burial*July 1831 Greater Conewago Presbyterian Cemetery, Hunterstown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA; I have pictures of the gravestone. 

Family

Catherine Fleming b. 1753, d. 13 Aug 1798
Marriage*10 April 1777 Pennsylvania, USA; Principal=Catherine Fleming5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S112] Clan Galbraith Association, The Red Tower Journal: Vol. XX (Sept. 1998), p. 11," Wills of John Galbraith and Mary Galbraith of Adams Co., PA" by Frances Williams.. Hereinafter cited as "The Red Tower Journal."
  2. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams County (Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg Newspaper, 1938), No. 102, Aug. 12, 1939.. Hereinafter cited as Backgrounds of Adams Co.
  3. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams Co., No. 101, Aug. 5, 1939.
  4. [S112] "The Red Tower Journal", "Galbraith Patriots" by Laurel Anderson, Vol. XXV, No. 3, Spring, 2004, p. 99. Original source DAR Patriot Index.
  5. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams Co., No. 101, Aug. 12, 1939.
  6. [S119] Adams County, Pennsylvania Deed Book: Book A-11, 05 April 1800., Adams County Clerk, n.p.. Hereinafter cited as Adams County PA Deed Book.
  7. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams Co., No. 102, Aug. 12, 1939.
  8. [S113] B. F. Macpherson, Backgrounds of Adams Co., No. 102, Aug. 12, 1939. their source was newspaper obituary.

Elena Gilton1

#2533, (24 December 1878 - 19 April 1948)
Last EditedApr 3, 2002
Birth*24 December 1878 1 
Married Name Franks1 
Death*19 April 1948 1 
Burial*April 1948 Walton Cemetery, Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA; Elena is buried beside Henry Lee Franks (assumed husband).1 

Citations

  1. [S69] Betty Burton-Cruber, compiler, Cemetery Markings - Itawamba County, Mississippi (Amory, MS: Amory Advertiser, 1978), p. 518. Hereinafter cited as Cemetery Markings of Itawamba County, Mississippi.

Elena Curry Gilton1

#3401, (24 December 1878 - 19 April 1948)
Last EditedFeb 21, 2003
Birth*24 December 1878 1 
Married Name19 December 1900 Franks1 
Marriage*19 December 1900 Principal=Henry Lee Franks1 
Death*19 April 1948 Itawamba County, Mississippi, USA; Witness=Henry Lee Franks1 

Family

Henry Lee Franks b. 17 Dec 1877, d. 16 Jan 1968
Children

Citations

  1. [S25] Ancestry.com, Bob Franks Family Web site at http://user.intop.net/~robfra/franks/pafg01.htm. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.

David Glass1

#3875
Last EditedApr 27, 2003
Marriage*26 September 1838 Guilford County, North Carolina, USA; David Glass was son of P. Glass and wife Eve Coble.
Bondsman was Joseph W. Gamble.
Bond # 000055648
; Principal=Hannah Galbreath2 

Citations

  1. [S25] Ancestry.com, Source: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
    . Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.
  2. [S110] Guilford County Genealogical Society, compiler, Guilford County, North Carolina Marriages 1771-1868 (Greensboro, NC: , 1981), p. 67. Hereinafter cited as Guilford Co. NC Marriages.

Polly Glassup1

#3625
Last EditedMar 10, 2003
ChartsDescendants of John and Elizabeth Carder
Married Name5 April 1814 Carder1 
Marriage*5 April 1814 Principal=Elijah Carder1 

Citations

  1. [S25] Ancestry.com, Jeff Hendricks at http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jhendri771&id=I003. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.

Florence Goff1

#4072, (August 1861 - )
Last EditedJun 5, 2003
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Zela Naomi Franks
ChartsDescendants of John and Elizabeth Carder
Father*Timothy Couch Goff1 b. 1828, d. 19 Dec 1890
Mother*Sarah Jane Carder1 b. bt 1831 - 1835
Birth*August 1861 White County, Tennessee, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S25] Ancestry.com, http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=fredmiller&id=I19301 Posted by Larry Miller. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.