Note for: William Goggans
- 1766 Index
THE FOLLOWING WAS EXTRACTED FROM "THE GOGGANS FAMILY"
COMPILED BY DON RICHARDSON, MAY 1982. UNDER WILLIAM AND
"The earliest known documents of the parents of the Goggans branch in
America records a William and Elizabeth Goggans living in Richmond Co.
Virginia in 1730. Four sons are attributed to William and Elizabeth,
Daniel, George, William and James. Daniel and George were born in
Co. Virginia. In 1750, William and Elizabeth acquired land in Culpepper
Cumberland Counties in the mid-1750s. In Feb. 1766, the Goggans families
obtained land from King George III of England in the Newberry District
Carolina and settled there. In 1770, George Goggans donated land for the
location of Bush River Baptist Church. The Bush River Church was the
home of many of the Gogganses for a number of years."
"There are various accounts of the four Goggans
brothers serving in the War for
Independence. Daniel Goggans was killed in 1781 by
"James Goggans, son of William Goggans and Elizabeth
Mary Johnston, dau. of Thomas Johnston and Elizabeth Jane Dalrymple.
Goggans and Mary Johnston had five children, namely: Thomas, Nancy,
James and Samuel J."
"James Goggans, Sr. born Sep.16, 1751, died Oct.
Mary Johnston born 1752, died 1816. Both are buried
in the Johnston Family
Cemetary at Newberry, SC."
""""Don Paul Richardson is SON of Lottie Irene
Goggans and W. T. Richardson.
Irene is eighth generation descendant of William Goggans; namely: Marion
Oscar Goggans, Sulee Goggans, Th. Gabriel Spike Goggans, John Goggans,
Thomas Goggans, James Goggans and William Goggans.
OUR FOLKS by Maron Summer Eve
P. 3 WILLIAM GOGGANS1 of Lunenburg Parish, Richmond County,
Commonwealth of Virginia was recorded in an Indenture made October 18,
(300 acres) Culpeper County Deed Book A 1749-1753;
also another Indenture
was made February 21, 1766 together with his wife, ELIZABETH, in Parish
Bromfield County of Culpeper (the same 300 acres were sold).
A seeming advantage took place in which WILLIAM
GOGGANS moved his
family out on wheels when the dissension commenced in
the Lunenburg Parish,
Richmond County, Virginia. On the other hand, new frontiers were opened
Culpeper County in 1749 where the grass was greener for the cattle,
James Goggans was first found in the Transcripts of
State Papers relating to
Ireland and last found Alexandria, Virginia, opposite
the District of Columbia;
however, no record of family indicated. According to the T.S.P.I. Jas.
GOGGINS came to Virginia together in 1718. WM. married 1729 in Va., a
man with a family and Jas.' affairs in order, however, no family was
Wills of Richmond County, Virginia. 1699-1800 page
82. By Robert Headley, Jr.,
1983, Page 372
Charles Spoe, Will: 29 Sept. 1740, (6) Oct. 1740. I
give the service due to me
from William Hays to WILLIAM GOGGANS till he arrive
at the age of 21, the sd.
GOGGANS clearing my est. of everything due to me; all land and personal
to son Charles, if he has no heirs, then to George the son of WILLIAM
GOGGANS; desires son to serve Thomas Turner until he is 21; Ex: fr.
Turner, WILLIAM GOGGANS, and Richard Jones: Wits: Joseph Ambrose,
William Boyd, Sarah Boyd. Page 373
Charles Spoe, Inv. 3 Nov. 1740. p 4 WILLIAM GOGGANS,4 b. ca. 1700 in
County Cork, Ireland, came to Virginia in 1718, d.
ca. 1766 in Bromfield Parish,
Culpeper County, Virginia. m. ELIZABETH BEAL,5 b. 1715, m. 1729 in
Lunenburg Parish, Va., d. ca. 1766 Bromfield Parish, 6 Culpeper County,
Virginia. Chn: (4) sons as found in research.
1-1. Daniel Goggans,7 b. 1730 Va., d. Nov. 1781 on
Goggans Branch, Little
River, S.C. m. Nancy Williams,8 b. ca. 1732 Va., m. 1747 Va., d. Jan.
on GOGGANS Branch, Little River, SC, daughter of Paul Williams, Va.
1-2 George Goggans,10 b. ca. 1732 Va., da. 1815 SC m.
Sarah Butler,11 b. ca.
1732 Va., m. 1757 Va., Bromfield Parish, Culpeper Co., daughter of John
loving wife (name not recorded) Butler. Further research reveals and
resolves Elizabeth Bailey, daughter of James & Elizabeth
1-3 William Goggans,12 b. 1740 Lunenburg Parish, Va.,
d. 1834, Newberry Co.,
SC at home on Sandy Run. m. Elizabeth Butler, b. ca. 1744 Va., m. 1760
before 1830, Newberry Co., SC, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Bailey)
1-4 James Goggans,14 b. Sept. 16, 1751 Va., d. Oct.
25, 1826 SC, (Family Bible
Record) m. Mary Johnston,15 b. 1752, m. 1769 SC, d. 1816 Newberry Co.,
daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Jane (Dalrymple) Johnston, pioneers
Onslow, Col, NC to SC.
p 5 1WILLIAM GOGGANS...Indenture, Culpeper
County, Va...Book A
1749-1753. October 8, 1750 Coleman, Robert and Sarah his wife of Parish
Mark and Culpeper County to WILLIAM GOGGANS of the
Parish of Lunenburg
and County of Richmond, 25 pounds, land containing 300 acres, Parish of
Thomas and Culpeper and County Part of Patent (Sept. 28, 1732) to
and sold to Daniel Brown bounded by lines of Joseph Shell and lines
held by Daniel B. Brown), by Rowland Cornelius and the Rev. John
p 6 3New World Immigrants Vol. 11
Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.
1970. Page 296, T.S.P.I. transcripts of State Papers
relating to Ireland, Page
305. American Passenger Lists 1804-06 GOGGINS, (Sp?), JAS. and WM.
T.S.P.I. 1718. WILLIAM was first found in Parish of Lunenburg, Richmond
County, Virginia. His wife was ELIZABETH and current research reveals
children: Daniel, George, William and James Goggans, all born in
do not believe there were other sons, however, there may be other
that married and have not been found in research. James and WILLIAM
GOGGANS both came to Virginia in 1718.
4This Indenture, made February 21, 1766, between
WILLIAM GOGGANS of
Parish of Bromfield and Culpepper County and
ELIZABETH his wife of the one
part and Benjamin Gaines of Parish and County aforesaid. Forty Pounds
money 300 acres...and at a court held for said county on Thursday, Aug.
1766. The said indenture with the memorandum of Livery of Seisen and
Endorsed were fully proved by the oath of Peter Stein berger, Richard
and John Campbell witness thereto and ordered to be recorded. (See
typed copy of Indenture dated Feb. 21. 1766.)
p 7 5Presently it is resolved that
WILLIAM GOGGANS' wife was ELIZABETH
BEAL. The Beals were in the "Upper Church"
congregation in Lunenburg Parish,
Richmond County. WILLIAM was first found in this body politic.
6No further records or information found in Virginia
or South Carolina on
WILLIAM GOGGANS and his wife ELIZABETH. Land sold in
some degree of probability that they intended to make the move with the
via Wagon Train to South Carolina. From the foreseeing care and
of God over his people, faithful unto death gave them a crown of life
p. xxviii t. - Transcript: T.S.P.I. - Transcripts of
State Papers Relating to Ireland.
GOOGIN, James and WILLIAM. T.S.P.I. 1718.10
In a letter from Melba Neighbors Hagan dated January
Daniel was the oldest of four sons of WILLIAM, born ca 1700 in County
Ireland, died ca 1766 in Culpeper County, Virginia,
and ELIZABETH BEAL, born
1715, died ca 1766 in Culpeper County. They were married 1729 in
Parish, Virginia. The sons were Daniel, George, William and James, all
Virginia. No record of other children was found.