Nancy E. Strong1

F, ID# 5671, (25 Dec 1823 - 15 Mar 1913)
Father:Masten Strong (c 1774 - 31 Jan 1866)
Mother:Rebecca McCormack / Macomic (c 1788 - 14 Apr 1873)
     Nancy E. Strong was born on 25 Dec 1823 at Tennessee. She was the daughter of Masten Strong and Rebecca McCormack / Macomic. Nancy E. Strong married Gideon Floyd Horn c 1845. Nancy E. Strong died on 15 Mar 1913 at Sulligent, Lamar Co, Alabama, at age 89.

Children of Nancy E. Strong and Gideon Floyd Horn

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Gideon Floyd Horn1,2

M, ID# 5672, (c 1824 - )
     Gideon Floyd Horn was born c 1824 at Alabama. He married Nancy E. Strong, daughter of Masten Strong and Rebecca McCormack / Macomic, c 1845. Gideon Floyd Horn died on 15 Jul 1889 at Lamar Co, Alabama.
      Gideon Floyd Horn was a farmer.

Children of Gideon Floyd Horn and Nancy E. Strong

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S201] Debbie Woolf Research.

John Henry Horn1

M, ID# 5673, (11 May 1851 - 12 Aug 1941)
Father:Gideon Floyd Horn (c 1824 - )
Mother:Nancy E. Strong (25 Dec 1823 - 15 Mar 1913)
     John Henry Horn was born on 11 May 1851 at Tennessee. He was the son of Gideon Floyd Horn and Nancy E. Strong. John Henry Horn died on 12 Aug 1941 at Oxford, Calhoun Co, Alabama, at age 90.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Ann B. Horn1

F, ID# 5674, (c 1854 - a 1878)
Father:Gideon Floyd Horn (c 1824 - )
Mother:Nancy E. Strong (25 Dec 1823 - 15 Mar 1913)
     Ann B. Horn was born c 1854 at Alabama. She was the daughter of Gideon Floyd Horn and Nancy E. Strong. Ann B. Horn died a 1878 at Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

George Washington Horn1

M, ID# 5675, (24 Jul 1856 - 6 Jun 1943)
Father:Gideon Floyd Horn (c 1824 - )
Mother:Nancy E. Strong (25 Dec 1823 - 15 Mar 1913)
     George Washington Horn was born on 24 Jul 1856 at Alabama. He was the son of Gideon Floyd Horn and Nancy E. Strong. George Washington Horn died on 6 Jun 1943 at Anniston, Calhoun Co, Alabama, at age 86.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

James Wilson Horn1

M, ID# 5676, (17 Aug 1859 - 23 Jul 1944)
Father:Gideon Floyd Horn (c 1824 - )
Mother:Nancy E. Strong (25 Dec 1823 - 15 Mar 1913)
     James Wilson Horn was born on 17 Aug 1859 at Randolph Co, Alabama. He was the son of Gideon Floyd Horn and Nancy E. Strong. James Wilson Horn died on 23 Jul 1944 at Itawamba Co, Mississippi, at age 84.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

John Strong1,2,3

M, ID# 5677, (c 1824 - )
Father:Masten Strong (c 1774 - 31 Jan 1866)
Mother:Rebecca McCormack / Macomic (c 1788 - 14 Apr 1873)
     John Strong was born c 1824 at Tennessee. He was the son of Masten Strong and Rebecca McCormack / Macomic. John Strong married Lorra or Laura Deiring a 1843.
      In the 1850 Bradley Co, TN census John Strong was noted as age 26 living with his wife and two sons.

Children of John Strong and Lorra or Laura Deiring

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S192] 1850 Brandley Co, TN Census. Strong household.
  3. [S201] Debbie Woolf Research.

William Strong1,2,3

M, ID# 5678, (c 1831 - )
Father:Masten Strong (c 1774 - 31 Jan 1866)
Mother:Rebecca McCormack / Macomic (c 1788 - 14 Apr 1873)
     William Strong was born c 1831 at Tennessee. He was the son of Masten Strong and Rebecca McCormack / Macomic.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S201] Debbie Woolf Research.
  3. [S321] 1850 Jefferson Co, TN Census, Strong household.

Anne Stanley1,2,3

F, ID# 5679, (a 1732 - a 1803)
Father:John or Thomas ? Stanley (a 1706 - )
Charts:Oma Lavinia Strong lineage
     Anne Stanley was born a 1732 at Hanover Co, Virginia. She was the daughter of John or Thomas ? Stanley. Anne Stanley married Martin Strong, son of John Strong II and Mary Elizabeth Martin ?, in Jan 1753. Anne Stanley died a 1803 at Goochland Co, Virginia.
      Anne Stanley was excommunicated from the Cedar Creek Friends Meeting in early 1754 for marrying a non-Quaker. In late 1753 Anne married a Mr. Strong who was likely Martin Strong but could possibly have been his brother Sherwood. A 1932 Stanley family genealogy indicates this marriage was to Martin. 1754, 2mo., 9day. [about 20 MAY 1754, New Style] "At which meeting was Read and Signed a Testification against...Ann Strong daughter of Jon. Stanley and are as followeth, viz...." "Whereas Anne Strong daughter of Jon. Stanley of Hanover County who was taken under the leave of our meetg. with her father's family and hath contrary to Friends advice married out from Friends [that?] we think it our duty therefore to disowne the sd. Ann from being a member of our Society until it shall please almighty God of his greate mercy to bring her to true Repentance and Reconciliation for her out goings which may it please him so to do is the desire of our hearts. Signed in our meeting the 9th of 2nd mo. 1754 by Henry Terrell, Strangeman Hutchings, Wm. Haley, Charles Moorman, Wm. Stanley, Thos. Cheadle, Jon. Sanders, Benj. Harris"

The Quaker records, unfortunately, did not identify the given name of the husband of Mrs. Ann(e) Stanley Strong. Through a process of elimination, her husband has been identified as Martin Strong, the eldest, of Hanover County because his brothers married other women. [There were three Martin Strongs in Hanover County records.] Martin Strong was a son of John Strong [Jr.], of St. Martin's Parish, which included western Hanover County. John's widow and Martin's mother was likely the Mary Strong who attended the Quaker marriages of two of Ann Stanley Strong's siblings.

Anne's family began living in Goochland Co, VA in 1781 or earlier. In 1781 Ann(e) gave permission for a daughter, under the age of 21, to marry. By implication, her husband Martin Strong died by 1781, and Ann's relocation was probably prompted by the death of her husband. She joined Mary Strong [mother-in-law?], John Strong, and Nathan Strong [brothers-in-law], who were residing on the Lickinghole Creek in Goochland County, VA. Martha Strong Williams [probable sister-in-law] also resided in this neighborhood before her death.

That Anne Stanley, born between 1728 to 1732 depending on the source, was still having children as late as 1781 as reported in some accounts is unlikely; all of her children were most likely born by 1773.

Anne had one slave and seven cattle on the 1783 Goochland Co, VA personal property taxes; this rose to three slaves, two horses and six cattle by 1786. After 1791 one of her sons generally lived with her. Anne was taxed in Goochland Co, VA through 1803 but did not appear on the 1810 census there. She either died after 1803 in Goochland Co, VA or after 1810 in Buckingham Co, VA where she may have gone to live with her son John.

The Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. Vol. VI: (Virginia) mentions Thomas Stanley, John Stanley, and Ann Stanley. Entries confirm that Ann Stanley was disowned by the Quakers because she married a man named Strong. (http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/BookView.aspx?dbid=48135&pageno=268)

Once it is clearly proven who Anne's father is, more research can be accomplished on this line based on available data.

Children of Anne Stanley and Martin Strong

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.
  3. [S201] Debbie Woolf Research.

Martin Strong1,2

M, ID# 5680, (b 1732 - b 1781)
Father:John Strong II (1698 - Sep 1751)
Mother:Mary Elizabeth Martin ? (c 1702 - a 1786)
Charts:Oma Lavinia Strong lineage
     Martin Strong was born b 1732 at Hanover Co, Virginia. He was the son of John Strong II and Mary Elizabeth Martin ? Martin Strong married Anne Stanley, daughter of John or Thomas ? Stanley, in Jan 1753. Martin Strong died b 1781 at St Martin's Parish, Hanover Co, Virginia.
      All the research on Martin Strong was done by genealogist Robert T. Strong junior of Alabama. Martin Strong resided in St Paul's Parrish, Hanover Co, VA and St Martin's Parish in western Hanover Co, VA from the mid-1750s until the early 1760s according to tax records and store accounts. Martin owned 200 acres in 1763 in Hanover County. By 1782 he had two slaves, twenty cattle and four horses; two years later he had added another slave and three cattle. Martin is presumed to have continued to live in that county until his death. He had seven children, including one whose name is unknown.

According to the genealogist Robert T. Strong, there was a second younger Martin Strong who resided in the same tax precinct with John Stanley, the eldest, as proven by the 1782 and subsequent tax lists. He is known to be a different Martin Strong because he had a brother named John Strong who was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and who filed for a military pension from Fluvanna Co, VA. In his pension application, this John Strong stated that he was born in Cumberland Co, VA, about 1757, and that about 1765 his parents relocated to Hanover Co, VA. Another Strong family researcher found a 1830 deed at the Virginia Historical Society that listed Martin Strong and 12 apparent siblings, but did not identify their parents. This Martin Strong was still alive in 1830. He and several spinster sisters had jointly purchased land from John and Edith Stanley. Some of these sisters had died before 1830, some testate and some intestate. The1830 deed was a settlement of the estates of the deceased sisters. The heirs listed were their siblings and the children of their deceased siblings. The identity of the parents of the younger Martin Strong and his siblings has not been established with certainty, but the only records of a Strong found in Cumberland County in the 1750s and 1760s was named John Strong. Assuming he was the father, he apparently died by 1782 as he was not listed on the1782 tax list in Hanover County, and George Strong, a legal minor, was residing with his brother Martin Strong. That these were apparently brothers was proved by the 1830 deed, showing George Strong as an heir of the deceased sisters of Martin Strong.

This second Martin Strong was an adult by the 1782 tax list, thus born by 1761 and possibly earlier. The two Martin Strongs were thus a generation apart in age. So two Martin Strongs have been identified and both Martin Strongs lived in the the same general neighborhood as John Stanley, the eldest.

James Robert Rolff integrated data contributed by many individuals into a book, published in 1983, entitled Strong Family of Virginia and Other Southern States. Robert T. Strong noted that Rolff incorrectly concluded the husband of Anne Stanley was the younger of the two Martin Strongs in Hanover County; this error has been repeated in most of the publications about Anne Stanley that have appeared since 1983, including a 1996 book about the Quaker Stanley Families.


Excerpt from STRONG FAMILY HISTORY AND GENEALOGY by Robert T. Strong, Jr, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2702720&id=I4221

Martin STRONG was born about 1730 in Hanover Co., VA. He died before 1781 in Hanover Co., VA. He was probably christened in St. Paul's Parish of the Church of England / Anglican Church, the vital records of which were not preserved. His marriage and his death and burial should have been recorded in the vital records of St. Martin's Parish of the Church of England. Those records, also, were not preserved.

This was Martin STRONG, 1st, the elder of two who resided in St. Martin's Parish, Hanover County, VA. The elder Martin Strong was a generation older than Martin STRONG, 2nd. The family of the younger Martin Strong settled in St. Martin's Parish (as they were in the same tax precinct with John STANLEY, the eldest) around 1765, as proved by the Revolutionary War Pension Application of John STRONG, brother of the younger Martin Strong. This John Strong was residing in Fluvanna County when he filed for his pension in the 1830s. The two Martin Strongs were possibly first cousins, but no records to prove it survived the destruction Hanover County records during the War Between the States. Church records did not survive either. The older Martin Strong had an uncle named George STRONG, christened 1703, who is unaccounted for and who, theoretically, could have been the father of the younger Martin Strong and his 12 siblings. The problem with this theory is that the veteran of the Revolutionary War, John Strong, stated he was born in Cumberland County, VA, about 1757. The only adult Strong of record in that county at that time was a John STRONG who was involved in a suit.

Quaker records prove that Ann Stanley, daughter of John Stanley the eldest, married a Mr. Strong in late 1753 or early 1754. The only two male Strongs of this time period in Hanover County whose wives have not been identifed were Martin Strong and Sherwood Strong, brothers, as proved by the sworn affidavits of another brother, John Strong. Sherwood Strong, was a veteran of the French and Indian Wars, as was John Strong, who stated that Sherwood had died before 1779 and that Martin Strong was heir at law of Sherwood Strong [and thus eligible to receive a land grant based on Sherwood's military service]. Anne Strong was obviously widowed by 1781 when she first appears in Goochland County, VA, records as a head of household; that is, Martin Strong had deceased also by 1781.

Martin Strong owned land in the western part of Hanover County in 1763 and probably earlier [but no earlier record has yet been found]. As a land owner and farmer, Martin Strong would have been exempted from military service during the French and Indian War.

That Martin Strong was a son of John Strong, II, of St. Martin's Parish, Hanover County, was proved by the store accounts of Col. John Chiswell, which show Martin Strong making purchases to the account of the estate of John Strong, deceased, in 1751.

The affidavit filed with the Goochland County, VA, Court by John Strong, brother of Sherwood and Martin Strong, in 1779 and again in a corrected affidavit in 1780, prove that Sherwood Strong was not the husband of Ann Stanley Strong. If Sherwood Strong had been married and had surviving children, particularly sons, then Martin Strong would not have inherited Sherwood's military land grant rights. Ann definitely had children, including sons, so she could not be the widow of Sherwood Strong. That leaves only one person who could have been the husband of Ann Stanley Strong: Martin Strong, 1st. Martin Strong was of the right age, was at the right place, and was there at the right time, to have married Ann Stanley.

Ann STANLEY was born about 1732 in Hanover Co., VA. Although her father was a member of the Society of Friends (Quakers), no record of Ann's birth has been found in Quaker records.

In 1754 Ann Stanley Strong was excommunicated from the Cedar Creek Meeting House, Society of Friends, Cedar Creek, Hanover County, VA, because she married Mr. Strong, who was not a Quaker. She was counseled by the church but refused to publically repent and condemn her marriage to Mr. Strong. She likely affiliated with the Church of England until the Revolution, after which her family was affilated with the Baptist denomination, particularly for the weddings of Ann Strong's children.

Ann Stanley Strong died after 1803, possibly in Goochland County, but more likely she was the older woman in the home of her son, John Strong, in Buckingham Co., VA, at the time of the 1810 census.

Her name was spelled "Anne" in most civil records, but she signed her name "Ann" in 1781 when she consented to the wedding of a daughter who was under the age of 21.

The children of Mrs. Ann Stanley Strong were identified primarily through tax records and marriage records in Goochland County, VA, but also from other sources, such as deeds. This is a reconstructed or theoretical family, as no family records are known to exist.

Children of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.

Nancy Strong1

F, ID# 5681, (c 1762 - )
Father:Martin Strong (b 1732 - b 1781)
Mother:Anne Stanley (a 1732 - a 1803)
     Nancy Strong was born c 1762 at Hanover Co ?, Virginia. She was the daughter of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley. Nancy Strong married William Carroll on 17 Sep 1781 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Nancy Strong married Bartholomew Bartlett Turner on 22 Jan 1799 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Nancy Strong married Charles Johnson on 10 Feb 1816 at Goochland Co, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Sherwood Strong1,2

M, ID# 5682, (c 1767 - 1835)
Father:Martin Strong (b 1732 - b 1781)
Mother:Anne Stanley (a 1732 - a 1803)
     Sherwood Strong was born c 1767 at Goochland, Goochland Co, Virginia. He was the son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley. Sherwood Strong married Mary Tibbs, daughter of James Tibbs and Mary England, on 10 Mar 1791 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Sherwood Strong died in 1835 at Rutherford Co, Tennessee.
      Sherwood Strong was probably born in Hanover Co, VA. He lived on Lickinghole Creek. Sherwood and Mary Tibbs were married by Rev. Lewis Chaudoin. Sherwood appears on Goochland Co, VA personal property tax records in 1788, from 1794 until 1798, and in 1807. By 1812 Sherwood was in Sumner Co, TN. The 1820 Davidson Co, TN census shows he had eight children in his household; by 1830 in Rutherford Co, TN he had two young dependents remaining at home. He probably died in Rutherford Co, TN.

Children of Sherwood Strong and Mary Tibbs

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.

John Strong1

M, ID# 5683, (c 1765 - a 1840)
Father:Martin Strong (b 1732 - b 1781)
Mother:Anne Stanley (a 1732 - a 1803)
     John Strong was born c 1765 at Virginia. He was the son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley. John Strong married Jemima (Unknown) a 1785. John Strong died a 1840 at Franklin Co, Alabama.
      John Strong probably married Jemima in Buckingham Co, VA where he resided in 1810.

Other sources depict John as a military sergeant born in 1757 who married a Mary and have 4 children with her.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Thomas Strong1,2

M, ID# 5684, (a 1771 - a 1850)
Father:Martin Strong (b 1732 - b 1781)
Mother:Anne Stanley (a 1732 - a 1803)
     Thomas Strong was born a 1771 at Goochland, Goochland Co, Virginia. He was the son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley. Thomas Strong married Milly Blackmon / Blackmore on 19 Feb 1811 at Davidson Co, Tennessee. Thomas Strong died a 1850 at Gibson, Gibson Co, Tennessee.
      Thomas Strong moved from Goochland Co, VA to Davidson Co, TN before 1811. In Tennessee he then lived in 1820 in Rutherford Co, 1830 in Davidson Co, 1840 in Sumner Co and 1850 in Gibson Co.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.

Mary Strong1

F, ID# 5685, (a 1769 - 1828)
Father:Martin Strong (b 1732 - b 1781)
Mother:Anne Stanley (a 1732 - a 1803)
     Mary Strong was born a 1769 at Goochland, Goochland Co, Virginia. She was the daughter of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley. Mary Strong married James Logan on 15 Dec 1794 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Mary Strong died in 1828 at Goochland, Goochland Co, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

William Carroll1

M, ID# 5686, (a 1756 - )
     William Carroll was born a 1756. He married Nancy Strong, daughter of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, on 17 Sep 1781 at Goochland Co, Virginia. His estate was probated on 18 Sep 1797 at Goochland Co, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Bartholomew Bartlett Turner1

M, ID# 5687, (a 1776 - 17 Jun 1799)
     Bartholomew Bartlett Turner was born a 1776 at Virginia. He married Nancy Strong, daughter of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, on 22 Jan 1799 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Bartholomew Bartlett Turner died on 17 Jun 1799 at Goochland Co, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Charles Johnson1

M, ID# 5688, (a 1791 - )
     Charles Johnson was born a 1791. He married Nancy Strong, daughter of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, on 10 Feb 1816 at Goochland Co, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Mary Tibbs1,2

F, ID# 5689, (c 1772 - 1865)
Father:James Tibbs (a 1745 - )
Mother:Mary England (a 1750 - )
     Mary Tibbs was born c 1772. She was the daughter of James Tibbs and Mary England. Mary Tibbs married Sherwood Strong, son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, on 10 Mar 1791 at Goochland Co, Virginia. Mary Tibbs died in 1865. She was buried on 15 Apr 1865 at Nashville City Cemetery, Nashville, Davidson Co, Tennessee.
      Mary Tibbs/Tebbs was probably born in Goochland Co, VA or another source reported she was born in Dumphries, Prince William Co, VA. Mary later resided in Rutherford Co, TN where she probably died.

Children of Mary Tibbs and Sherwood Strong

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.
  2. [S191] Robert T. Strong Research.

Milly Blackmon / Blackmore1

F, ID# 5690, (c 1785 - )
     Milly Blackmon / Blackmore was born c 1785 at Tennessee. She married Thomas Strong, son of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, on 19 Feb 1811 at Davidson Co, Tennessee.
      Milly, a farmer, was named Blackmon or Blackmore.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

James Logan1

M, ID# 5691, (a 1770 - )
     James Logan was born a 1770. He married Mary Strong, daughter of Martin Strong and Anne Stanley, on 15 Dec 1794 at Goochland Co, Virginia.

Citations

  1. [S187] James Robert Rolff, Strong Family of Virginia.

Elizabeth Going1,2,3

F, ID# 5692, (1704 - a 1767)
Father:Robert Going I (1667 - b 1732)
Mother:Mary Rowe (a 1665 - b 1733)
Charts:John Satchell Martin * lineage
     Elizabeth Going was born in 1704 at Crannagh, Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic. She was the daughter of Robert Going I and Mary Rowe. Elizabeth Going married Thomas Lanphier II, son of Thomas Lanphier I and Elizabeth Kyle, a 1726 at Liskeveen, Co Tipperary, Irish Republic.2 Elizabeth Going immigrated in May 1732 to Cape Henry, Virginia. She died a 1767.
      Elizabeth Going lived in County Tipperary, Ireland before she emigrated. Her parents-in-lawThomas Lanphier I and his wife Elizabeth, sponsored Elizabeth Going when she was baptized.

At age sixty-three Elizabeth gave a lengthy, detailed deposition containing the family genealogy. The deposition was without dates except the current date. Elizabeth stated she immigrated with her family in 1738; this is six years after other sources had placed their immigration. A careful review of the other sources provided no indications to doubt their veracity either. One of those sources, a written account with the handwriting likely placing it in the first or second generation after the immigration, indicated Elizabeth's son Going Lanphier immigrated to America at age five; Going is consistently noted as dying at age eighty-six in 1813, which means he immigrated in 1732. If the account of Going immigrating at age five is incorrect and his mother's account of the immigration occurring in 1738 is correct then the following date changes need to be made to this genealogy: when Elizabeth immigrated her siblings were still alive; her sister-in-law Sarah had died; her father-in-law died the August before; and her mother-in-law was moving to a farm then.

Elizabeth probably died in Alexandria, VA.

Children of Elizabeth Going and Thomas Lanphier II

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  3. [S272] Irish Will Index 1618, LDS 1279253, items 23-24.

Robert Going I1,2,3,4,5

M, ID# 5693, (1667 - b 1732)
Father:James Going I (a 1635 - )
Charts:John Satchell Martin * lineage
     Robert Going I was born in 1667 at Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic. He was the son of James Going I. Robert Going I married Mary Rowe, daughter of Gregory Rowe, a 1685. Robert Going I died b 1732 at Upper Ormond, Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic. His estate was probated in 1732 at Crannagh, Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic.
      The County Tipperary landed Going families have not traced their ancestry back further than the late 1600s, but ten Going households were on the 1664 County Tipperary hearth money rolls. The name Going may be an anglicized form of the French Gouin. The Goins, Guins and Goings were Huguenots.

Robert Going was born at Crannagh Castle near Birdhill, one of the many Going family homes, and died at Rathurles Castle both of which are in Tipperary Co, Munster, Republic of Ireland. He probably married at Liskeveen in the same county. He was a gentleman who dispensed to his family cash valued at five hundred pounds sterling in his will.

Children of Robert Going I and Mary Rowe

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  3. [S271] "Robert Going of Munster."
  4. [S272] Irish Will Index 1618, LDS 1279253, items 23-24.
  5. [S274] Ed MacLysaght, Irish Family Supplement.

Mary Rowe1,2

F, ID# 5694, (a 1665 - b 1733)
Father:Gregory Rowe (a 1639 - )
Charts:John Satchell Martin * lineage
     Mary Rowe was born a 1665. She was the daughter of Gregory Rowe. Mary Rowe married Robert Going I, son of James Going I, a 1685. Mary Rowe died b 1733 at Irish Republic.
      Mary Rowe probably died in Tipperary Co, Munster, Republic of Ireland.

Children of Mary Rowe and Robert Going I

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Gregory Rowe1

M, ID# 5695, (a 1639 - )
Charts:John Satchell Martin * lineage
     Gregory Rowe was born a 1639. He died at Liskeevin, Co Tipperary, Ireland. His estate was probated in 1724.

Children of Gregory Rowe

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.

John Going1,2

M, ID# 5696, (a 1690 - b 1733)
Father:Robert Going I (1667 - b 1732)
Mother:Mary Rowe (a 1665 - b 1733)
     John Going was born a 1690 at Ireland. He was the son of Robert Going I and Mary Rowe. John Going immigrated b 1724 to England. He died b 1733.
      John Going, the eldest son, left Ireland when his sister Elizabeth was a child; he returned to Ireland several years later for about a year and then went to England. He married in Plymouth, England about 1715. He later visited family in Ireland before returning to his wife and children in England.

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Philip Going1,2,3,4,5

M, ID# 5697, (a 1686 - )
Father:Robert Going I (1667 - b 1732)
Mother:Mary Rowe (a 1665 - b 1733)
     Philip Going was born a 1686 at Ireland. He was the son of Robert Going I and Mary Rowe. Philip Going married Mary Knight in 1711.6,3 Philip Going married Sarah Pike b 1723.3 Philip Going married Susanna Gedding b 1755.3 Philip Going died at Knockane, Upper Ormond, Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic. He was buried on 23 Oct 1758 at Killaloe, Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic.
      Philip Going was the second son. He was appointed way warden by the Templedowney and Annameadle Vestry in 1724, overseer of highways in 1728, and church warden in 1726. Philip's will was dated 1754 and he died at Barony Upper Ormond leaving a son by the same name.

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S272] Irish Will Index 1618, LDS 1279253, items 23-24.
  3. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  4. [S271] "Robert Going of Munster."
  5. [S273] Irish Wills Index, 1653-1800.
  6. [S264] Lanphier Marriage Bond.

James Going1,2,3,4

M, ID# 5698, (1693 - 1762)
Father:Robert Going I (1667 - b 1732)
Mother:Mary Rowe (a 1665 - b 1733)
     James Going was born in 1693 at Crannagh Castle, Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic. He was the son of Robert Going I and Mary Rowe. James Going married Dorothy Tyeney c 1723.3 James Going married Elizabeth Kyle, daughter of Unknown Kyle, in 1735.3 His estate was probated on 6 Mar 1762. James Going died in 1762 at Ballyphilip, Ballingary, Co Tipperary, Ireland.
      James Going, the third son, leased for life at 6 shillings per acre 425 acres land in Ballyphilip and Killaheen (Ballingary Parish) beginning in 1727 and renewed in 1745. He wrote his will in 1761 and died in Ballingary Parish. His will noted sons Stephen, Ambrose, James, and John and daughters Anne Going and Rose Minchin. His will dispensed lands in Littlefield and Craigienane.

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S272] Irish Will Index 1618, LDS 1279253, items 23-24.
  3. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  4. [S271] "Robert Going of Munster."

Mary Going1,2,3

F, ID# 5699, (a 1698 - a 1730/31)
Father:Robert Going I (1667 - b 1732)
Mother:Mary Rowe (a 1665 - b 1733)
     Mary Going was born a 1698 at Ireland. She was the daughter of Robert Going I and Mary Rowe. Mary Going married James Walpoole a 1718. Mary Going died a 1730/31.
      Mary Going was the first daughter.

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S272] Irish Will Index 1618, LDS 1279253, items 23-24.
  3. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Sarah Going1,2,3,4

F, ID# 5700, (a 1702 - )
Father:Robert Going I (1667 - b 1732)
Mother:Mary Rowe (a 1665 - b 1733)
     Sarah Going was born a 1702 at Crannagh, Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic. She was the daughter of Robert Going I and Mary Rowe. Sarah Going married Richard Franklin a 1722. Sarah Going was buried at Co Tipperary, Munster, Irish Republic.
      Sarah Going was the second daugther.

Citations

  1. [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  2. [S272] Irish Will Index 1618, LDS 1279253, items 23-24.
  3. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  4. [S271] "Robert Going of Munster."