Re: [genpcfr] - McGOWAN
- Marilyn ... you are just wonderful!!! thank you for the caring and
generosity you give to everyone!!
This is such a great Group!!! I'm so proud of each and everyone of
you for unselfishly reaching out to each other and sharing your resources
Lisa and Marilyn...
my McGOWAN is one of my 'Brick-Walls' :
Louise (Louisa) McGOWAN, b.1 Jan 1807 d.15 Oct 1879; m. GGGrandfather
John JACKSON b. 7 Nov 1804 d. 23 May 1863; both buried in JACKSON Graveyard
on family land.
Lisa... I'll appreciate having a copy of your McGOWAN info. Any
Thank you all!!
CANNON; COX; JACKSON; McGLAWHORN (all sp); WINGATE; +++
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert L. Capps" <robertlcapps@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 9:45 PM
Subject: Re: [genpcfr] Bertie Co. Info. Available - McGowan
> Here are the marriage bonds for McGowan - Let me know the first names and
I can do a better search....
I have always wondered which McGowan's your ancestors were. I have a list of
McGowan on census lists in and around Pitt County from 1790 - 1900. Would be
happy to look up any there for you. Just let me know.
I haven't been able to prove it yet, however in my thinking this is what I
believe. I think Louisa was daughter of my ancestor George W. McGowan and his
wife Allifair. I base this on the fact that there are names that are
similiar. Example, Guilford, George, William, Franklin.
The only problem I've incountered Is that all I can find is the 1790 head of
household, and the 1850 census. Louisa would have been married by this time
and would not have been listed with her father.
I have thought about this for awhile, I came across her when I was going over
the Pitt County Chronicles article about her family.
Sorry I couldn't have been of more help.
Do you have any McGowan's or anyone else that you want me to research on the Civil War Database? Don't forget to give
me their first name. Anyone else?
Without documentation, I'm just a "name collector", not a "family historian".