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Re: WM. GOODWIN-Mary WALLACE-Eakin, VA b. 1758 >moved to Indiana 1808-1826
Posted by: Jenny Rasmusson (ID *****9395) Date: May 27, 2006 at 14:41:33
In Reply to: Re: WM. GOODWIN-Mary WALLACE-Eakin, VA b. 1758 >moved to Indiana 1808-1826 by Donna Crosby of 5888

The source for her birthdate is from her cemetery stone as indicated in my first post.
Her husband and children info. Sorry, couldn't get the endnote numbers to work, so if you have further questions, just email.
       
       
       Family Group Sheet
       
       
       Subject*       William Goodwin
       Residence*       __ ___ ____       Clark county, Indiana.
       Migratedto:       __ ___ ____       
       Birth*       __ ___ 1758        ,
       Marriage*       circa __ ___ 1778       
       Milit-Beg*       __ ___ 1778       George Rogers Clark's Expeditions.
       Migratedto*       __ ___ 1801       Pleasant Run, Clark county, Indiana.
       Witness:       7 Apr 1801       PublicServ; Thomas Downs; Clark county, Indiana.
       Witness:       18 Jul 1801       Probate; Henry Fait; Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantor:       4 Dec 1801       (w); William Sullivan and Thomas Downs; 50ac Clark's Grant #70, Clark county, Indiana. ,
       Witness:       9 Apr 1809       Voter; Abraham Eppler; Clarksville, Clark county, Indiana. ,
       Witness:       7 Sep 1811       Voter; William Stacy; Springville township, Clark county, Indiana.
       Census*       __ ___ 1820       Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantee*       __ ___ 1824-10 Jan 1839       Amos Goodwin (b. 1789, d. Aug 1863); 84ac #186, Clark county, Indiana.
       Death*       __ Nov 1824       Goodwin Cemetery, Clark county, Indiana.
       ChurchMemb:       before __ ___ 1825       (w); James Downs; 14-Mile Church aka Silver Creek Baptist Church, Washington, Indiana.
       Death:       __ ___ 1825       Goodwin Cemetery, Clark county, Indiana.
       Father*       Edward Goodwin Senior (b. Aug 1717, d. May 1826)
       Mother*       Mary (--?--) (b. 1741, )
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
       Spouse*       Mary Wallace
       Name-Marr:              Goodwin
       Birth*       __ ___ 1754        ,
       ChurchMemb:       __ Feb 1802       (w); David Stewart; 14-Mile Church aka Silver Creek Baptist Church, Washington, Indiana.
       Death*       __ Nov 1824       Goodwin Cemetery, Clark county, Indiana. ,
       Father*
       Mother*
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
       Five Known Children
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
       M       Willis W. Goodwin
       Occupation*       __ ___ ____       
       Birth*       after __ ___ 1778
       Witness:       9 Apr 1809       Voter; Abraham Eppler; Clarksville, Clark county, Indiana. ,
       Census:       __ ___ 1820       Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana.
       Census*       __ ___ 1830       Clark county, Indiana.
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
       M       John Goodwin
       Birth*       __ ___ 1783       Kentucky.
       Witness:       11 Sep 1811-24 Nov 1811       Milit-Beg; James Page; Indiana. ,
       Milit-Beg*       __ ___ 1812       
       Census:       __ ___ 1820       Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana.
       Census:       __ ___ 1830       Clark county, Indiana.
       Census*       __ ___ 1850       Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana.
       Marriage*       __ ___ ____       Paulina (--?--) (b. 1798)
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
       F       Elizabeth Goodwin
       Name-Marr:              Stacy
       Birth:       between 1776 and 1794       
       Birth:       between 1780 and 1790       
       Birth*       __ ___ 1784       Kentucky. , , ,
       Birth:       __ ___ 1784       Towamerican, Montgomery county, Pennsylvania.
       Daughter:       between 1800 and 1810       girl Stacy
       ChurchMemb*       between 1802 and 1825       14-Mile Church aka Silver Creek Baptist Church, Washington, Indiana.
       Marriage*       before __ ___ 1807       William Stacy (b. 22 Oct 1780, d. Dec 1849), son of Peter Stacy and Anna Catherine Unknown
       Son:       22 Apr 1813       Amos B. Stacy; On the banks of the Ohio, Clark county, Indiana.
       Son:       between 1815 and 1820       boy Stacy
       ChurchMemb:       __ ___ 1816       14-Mile Church aka Silver Creek Baptist Church, Washington, Indiana.
       Son:       __ ___ 1818       Milo B. Stacy; Indiana. , ,
       Census:       __ ___ 1820       Charlestown twp, Clark county, Indiana.
       Census:       __ ___ 1820       (w); William Stacy; Charlestown twp, Clark county, Indiana.
       ChurchMemb:       before __ ___ 1825       (w); James Downs; 14-Mile Church aka Silver Creek Baptist Church, Washington, Indiana.
       Son:       __ ___ 1826       Pleasant A. Stacy; Indiana.
       Census:       __ ___ 1830       Clark co., Ind.
       Census:       __ ___ 1830       Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantor:       14 May 1832       (w); William Stacy and Thomas Downs; 1ac Grant #70, Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantor:       31 Jan 1839       (w); William Stacy; 100ac Lot#188 Illinois Grant, Clark county, Indiana.
       Census:       __ ___ 1840       Clark co., Ind.
       Grantor*       __ ___ 1842       Amos Goodwin (b. 1789, d. Aug 1863); 104ac in #32; 1/2 lots in Jeffersonville #102, #103, #111, Jeffersonville, Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantor:       31 Dec 1845       (w); William Stacy and Milo B. Stacy; 104.26ac Lot #32 Illinois Grant, Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantee:       31 Mar 1848       (w); Milo B. Stacy and William Stacy; 30ac #70 Illinois Grant, Clark county, Indiana.
       Census:       __ ___ 1850       (w); Pleasant A. Stacy; Utica township, Clark county, Indiana.
       Death*       before 26 Mar 1859       Clark county, Indiana.
       Will*       26 Mar 1859       Clark county, Indiana. ,
       Daughter:              Indiana Stacy
       Son:              William W. Stacy
       Son:              George W. Stacy
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
       M       Amos Goodwin
       Birth*       __ ___ 1789       Virginia.
       Witness:       7 Sep 1811       Voter; William Stacy; Springville township, Clark county, Indiana.
       Witness:       11 Sep 1811-24 Nov 1811       Milit-Beg; Bazil Prather; Indiana.
       Marriage*       __ Mar 1816       Amelia Dunn (b. 1793, d. 1885); Jefferson county, Kentucky.
       Son:       23 Apr 1818       Isaac Goodwin;
       Census:       __ ___ 1820       Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantee*       __ ___ 1824-10 Jan 1839       William Goodwin (b. 1758, d. Nov 1824); 84ac #186, Clark county, Indiana.
       Son:       9 Jan 1827       Christopher Columbus Goodwin;
       Census*       __ ___ 1830       Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantor*       24 Aug 1836       Henry O. Hedgecox (b. circa 1816, ); 16 acres #186, Clark county, Indiana.
       Grantor:       __ ___ 1842       Elizabeth Goodwin (b. 1784, d. before 26 Mar 1859); 104ac in #32; 1/2 lots in Jeffersonville #102, #103, #111, Jeffersonville, Clark county, Indiana.
       Death*       __ Aug 1863       
       Daughter:              Mary Wallace Goodwin
       Daughter:              Cornelia Goodwin
       Daughter:              Deliah Tyler Goodwin
       Son:              Abner Goodwin
       Daughter:              Priscilla Goodwin
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
       M       George Goodwin , ,
       Birth*       __ ___ 1792       
       Death*       __ Mar 1814       Goodwin Cemetery, Clark county, Indiana.
       __________________________________________________________________________
       
        "Silver Creek Annual Cemetery Association Meeting http://www.dsenter.com/~nmorris/silver.html"; Ancestral File Jenny Rasmusson, 4 Hillside Place, Winsted, Connecticut 06098, (860)379-9310.
        Warren Corres Vaughn recorded as Extract #3044
       Letter from ( address) to unknown recipient; Jenny Rasmusson (4 Hillside Place, Winsted, Connecticut 06098, (860)379-9310).
        Ibid., William, husband of Mary W. Goodwin, Died Aguust 1825, aged 67 years.
        IN Societies Southern recorded as Extract #4254
       , "Queries," Correspondence with Southern Indiana Genealogical Society (22 Aug 1994): Goodwin Family Cemetery
       William, husband of Mary W. Goodwin, died 1825, age 67 years. Born 1758.
        Letter, to unknown recipient, Mary Wallace, consort of William Goodwin, died November 1824, aged 70 years.
        VA Genealogy Hayden recorded as Extract #6550
       Horace Edwin Hayden, Virginia Genealogies (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966), See photocopies or image. Hereinafter cited as VA Genealogies.
        "Silver Creek Annual Cemetery," Ancestral File, The name of Goodwin is found on the Silver Creek church roll early in its history, and a number of the name are buried here. William Goodwin was the father of this family. He came here from Kentucky in 1801. He settled on Pleasant Run on the farm now owned by his grandson, Columbus Goodwin. He had three sons, namely; Willis, John and Amos and one daughter who married a Stacy. Willis Goodwin was known as Judge Goodwin. He owned and lived on the farm where now Mr James Peyton lives and owns. John Goodwin lived on the farm where now lives his daughter America. He was a soldier in the battle of Tippecanoe. He is buried in this Cemetery. Amos Goodwin lived for eight years on the farm where his son-in-law John P. Nicholson now lives. After this he lived and died on the farm where his son-in-law Dr. D. H. Combs now lives. He took a great interest in the church here in early times. He was on of its Deacons and served in various capacities. Mr William Goodwin brought with him his father, who was born in 1717, 58 years before the declaration of Independence. He died two years after his son, which occurred in 1826, at the age of 108 years. His name was Edward Goodwin and he was a member of Silver Creek church. He is buried in the Goodwin graveyard on Pleasant Run.
        unknown cataloging recorded as Extract #unknown extract #
       , A History of the William Dean Family of Cornwall, Con : , 929.2D2812, , p1 signers of petition to form Clark county from Knox county 7 Apr 1801
        Thomas Downs, James N. Wood, William Goodwin.
       
        Marvin Corres Tingdahl, recorded as Extract #3561:
       Letter from Marvin Tingdahl (1116 E. Lingard Street Lancaster, CA 03535) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1 Apr 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (4 Hillside Place, Winsted, Connecticut 06098, (860)379-9310), Early Wills Book A, p.1:
       July 18, 1801
       Be it remembered that on this day the petion of Henry Fait George Fait and Margaret Fait, administrator of all and singular the Goods and Chattels rights and Credits of Henry Fait deceased is granted unto the said Henry, George and margaret by me Jesse Rowland, Esquire, judge of probate in and for the said County of Clark.
       Whereupon the said Henry, Geo. and Margaret, together with Thomas Downs, William Goodwin and Peter Stacey, their securities entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of $7,000 conditional according to law.
        ClarkCoIN Land Deeds, Clark county, Indiana Land Records unknown file number, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 84601, p.94 this Indenture 4 Dec 1801 betweeen William Sullivan and Jane his wife of the county of Jefferson and state of Kentucky of the one part and Thomas Downs of the county of Clark and Indiana Territory
       35#
       being part of #70 adjoining Peter Stacy and David Stuart bounded as followeth to wit Beginning at the two small sugar trees runing thence north 50 deg east 48-1/2 poles to a honey locust thence south 40 deg east 166 poles to a black gum and beech thence south 50 deg west 48-1/2 poles to a beech thence north 40 deg west 166 poles to the beginning
       50ac
       wit: Wm Goodwin jefferson county Dec 29 1801
       signed William Sullivan
       Jane Sullivan
       . Hereinafter cited as Clark County Land Records.
        Barbara Mathews recorded as Extract #3286
       Letter from Barbara Stacy Mathews (http://stacyline.www5.50megs.com/vamar.htm) to Jenny Rasmusson; unknown repository (unknown repository address). MSL Source #3286, formerly #7338, "On 4 Dec 1801 William and Jane Sullivan sold 50 acres to Thomas Downs and was sold as follows: In 1837 Priscilla the widow of Thomas Downs sold 100 acres to Thomas J. and Nancy b. Downs who in 1839 sold it to Isaiah Lewman (related to Nancy Luman?). In 1840 50ac was sold from Thomas Downs heirs to Joseph Kiger (or Kizer) who married Susannah Stacy?, and in 1841 Isaiah Lewman purchased 150 ac from the 4 heirs of James Downs as follows: by Thomas J. Downs guardian of Benjamin F., William H., and James A.J. infants of James Downs, decesd, the undivided 3/4 interest of 150 acres, the other 1/4 belonging to Elizabeth Ford, late Elizabeth Redman by her guardian John S. Ford, as heir of Elizabeth who is deceased and was the daughter of Thomas Downs."
        IN Periodicals Hoosier recorded as Extract #3018
       Naomi Keith Sexton, Hoosier Journal of Ancestry, 1-15: p2 Voters in Clark co, IN Territory 1809
        Clarksville twp
        Apraham Appler
        John Prather
        Basel R. Prather
        William Bowman
       William Stacy
        Isaac Holeman
        John McClintick
        David Spangler
        John McClintick, Jr.
        Aaron Prather
        John Douthett
        Saml. McClintick
        Samuel McClintick, Jr.
        Jeremiah Jacobs
        Thomas Jacobs
        John Jacobs
        Eli Jacobs
        William Lemon
        Henry Bottorff
        Walter Prather
        John Swartz
        William Eakin.
       
        IN Pioneer Rec recorded as Extract #7453
       Charles M. Franklin, compiler, Indiana Territorial Pioneer Records 1801-1815 (n.p.: Hertiage House, 1983)977.2 N4i, , Clarksville Township Apl. 3d, 1809 Names of electors for a member to serve in the Legislature of this Territory--
       Candidates: Marton G. Clark, Thomas Downs, James Biggs
       
       Abraham Appler, Basel R. Prather, William Stacy, Hugh Espy, Willis W. Goodwin, Saml. MClintick, James Stewart, Samuel MClintich, Jeremiah Jacobs, Thomas Jacobs, Eli Jacobs, David Stewart, Henry Bottorf, John Shartz, William Patrick, Jacob Nigh, William Lemon, James Ferguson
       
       p.13 Springville Township Apr 3d 1809 Names of electors for a represnetative to the Legislature of the Territory. (Springville ceased to be a town shortly after Clarksville was established):
       Jeremiah Jacobs, William Goodwin, Ephraim Arnold, Reasin Redman. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Territorial Records.
        Ibid., p.19 I do certify that this is a true list of the votes given in Springville Township Given under our hands this 7th day of Sept 1811 [signed George Ross and Andw Hay]
       Polls of Springville Township:
       Reason Redman, John Norris, William Stacey, William Goodwin, Ephram Arnold, Amos Goodwin, Philip Dailey, Jacob Daily.
        1820 Indiana Census and Index (n.p.: n.pub.), p.19 William Goodwin.
        Clark County Land Records unknown file number, Amos Goodwin to Minus Reynolds
        $20 quit Claim
        originally deeded by the commissioners to Jacob Bowman 2 Jun 1789;
        Jacob Bowman to George Barns;
        taken by the Sheriff of Clark co from George Barns
        Sheriff to William Goodwin and by the last will and testament of William
        Goodwin was bequeathed to the sd Amos Goodwin containing 100 ac...
        #186 84ac 1/10/1839
        32,230.
       
        Letter, to unknown recipient, William, husband of Mary W. Goodwin, Died Aguust 1825, aged 67 years.
        "Silver Creek Annual Cemetery," Ancestral File, Let us read from the chur roll and see. I shall read from the roll up to about 1825, beginning at the first. John Fislar, Sophia Fislar, Joh Pettit, Catherine Pettit, (Constituent members) William Coombs, Sr., John Dunlop, Jeramiah Dunlop, Elizabeth Shipman, Elisha Carr, Nancy Carr, Sarah Boyse, James McCoy, Hezekiah Applegate, Rachel Combs, William Combs, Hannah Combs, Nancy McCoy, William Goodwin, Nancy Goodwin, Thomas Downs, Pricilla Downs, Rachel Worrall, John Boyse, Jincy McCoy, Jane Biggs, Spencer Collins, Catherline Collins, Rebecca Saflers, John Peyton, Charlotte Peyton, Christiana McCoy, Isaac McCoy, Ann Combs, Jesse Tuel, Elizabeth McGuire, Zebulon Collins, Joseph Pound, Tenny Teyton, John Biggs, Elizabeth Peyton, Martha McGuire, Isaac Burge, Sarah Payne, William Moore, Elizabeth Moore, Royse McCoy, William E. Collins, Phoebe Collins, Thomas Broadstreet, Lurene Broadstreet, John Skelton, William McCoy, Elizabeth McCoy, Joseph Cunningham, Peggy Cunningham, Joseph Skelton,Sarah Skelton, Lydia Nugant, John Stuart, Elizabeth Short, William Huff, Robert Sellers, Amos Littell, John Norris, William Watts, Jane Gray, John T. Littell, John Griffin, Isaac Worrall, Jeremiah Payne, (of the old roll): Daniel McDonald, Elizabeth McDonald, John Bowel, Betsey Bowel, Anny Netherton, James Worralls, Absolom Littell, Micajah Peyton, Lucinda Peyton, William Gray, Joseph Biggs, Nathan Kelly, John Jackson, Moses Sullers, Elizabeth Stacy, Hannah Carr, James Worrall, Jr., Edward Goodwin, John Williams, Hannah Coombs, John Netherton, Elizabeth Carr. (List of 1816) Polly Goodwin, David Drummond, Mary Coombs, Obediah Richardson, Amos Goodwin, Millis Goodwin, Lydia Wells, Jonah Harris, David Gray, Polly Gray, William Perry, John McCoy, James Downs, Rebecca Drummonds, John McDonald, Jeremiah Perry, Millie Carr, Margaret Coombs, Samuel Tilford, William Harrod, Mary Harrod, Joseph Perry.
        "", Goodwin Family Cemetery
       William, husband of Mary W. Goodwin, died 1825, age 67 years. Born 1758.
        Letter, to unknown recipient, Mary Wallace, consort of William Goodwin, died November 1824, aged 70 years.
        Ibid.
        Ibid.
        "", Goodwin Family Cemetery
       Mary Wallace, wife of William Goodwin, died Nov. 1824, age 70 years. Born 1754.
        __________, Silver Creek Baptist Church, Clark county, Indiana 1798-1837 (n.p.: n. pub., n.d.), MSL Source #416, Family History Library Cataloging used for citation reference, found on microfilm (reel #1455339)William Goodwin, David Stuart, Thomas Downs, Mary Hucklebery Dead
       Sally McDanald
       Mary Goodwin
       Pricilla Downs, James Curry, Rachel Whorrall, Nelly Applegate, Rebeckah Stuart, Mary Parks, John Royse, Phillip Hart, Margaret Slider, Amelia Parks, Susannah Heart, Nicholas Coster, Sarah Harris, Dismist, Arcibald Harris, excluded, Quincy McCoy, Gincy Biggs, Spencer Collins, Caterin Collins, James Stott, Phebe Stott, Rebeckah Saffers, John Peyton, Charlotte Peyton, Isaac McCoy, Ann Coombs, Jesse Tuel, Elizabeth McGuire, John Saffer.
        Letter, to unknown recipient, Mary Wallace, consort of William Goodwin, died November 1824, aged 70 years.
        "", Goodwin Family Cemetery
       Mary Wallace, wife of William Goodwin, died Nov. 1824, age 70 years. Born 1754.
        "Silver Creek Annual Cemetery," Ancestral File.
        "unknown short article title", p2 Voters in Clark co, IN Territory 1809
        Clarksville twp
        Apraham Appler
        John Prather
        Basel R. Prather
        William Bowman
       William Stacy
        Isaac Holeman
        John McClintick
        David Spangler
        John McClintick, Jr.
        Aaron Prather
        John Douthett
        Saml. McClintick
        Samuel McClintick, Jr.
        Jeremiah Jacobs
        Thomas Jacobs
        John Jacobs
        Eli Jacobs
        William Lemon
        Henry Bottorff
        Walter Prather
        John Swartz
        William Eakin.
       
        Franklin, Indiana Territorial Records, Clarksville Township Apl. 3d, 1809 Names of electors for a member to serve in the Legislature of this Territory--
       Candidates: Marton G. Clark, Thomas Downs, James Biggs
       
       Abraham Appler, Basel R. Prather, William Stacy, Hugh Espy, Willis W. Goodwin, Saml. MClintick, James Stewart, Samuel MClintich, Jeremiah Jacobs, Thomas Jacobs, Eli Jacobs, David Stewart, Henry Bottorf, John Shartz, William Patrick, Jacob Nigh, William Lemon, James Ferguson
       
       p.13 Springville Township Apr 3d 1809 Names of electors for a represnetative to the Legislature of the Territory. (Springville ceased to be a town shortly after Clarksville was established):
       Jeremiah Jacobs, William Goodwin, Ephraim Arnold, Reasin Redman.
        1820 Indiana Census, p.19 Willis W. Goodwin.
        1830 Indiana Federal Census and Index, MSL Source #179, p.46 Willis W. Goodwin, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 84601.
        IN Census 1850 recorded as Extract #3026
       1850 Indiana Federal Census and Index, Original, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Silvio Conte National Archives FHL#0007726, Charlestown twp p108
       252/258 John Goodwin 67 farmer 800 Ky
        Paulina 52 KY
        John 27 Preacher In
        Garilda 16 female In
        next to John Lutz age 48 bp NC.
       
        "The Battle of Tippecanoe on the Internet http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/tippecanoe/chapter1.html"; Roll of a Company of Light Dragoons, of the Indiana Militia,
       Commanded by Capt. Chas. Beggs
       from Sept. 11 to Nov. 23, 1811
        Charles Beggs, Captain
        John Thompson, Lieut., promoted Lieut. Sept. 18
        Henry Bottorf, Lieut. promoted Lieut. Sept. 18
        Mordecai Sweeney, Cornet, promoted Lieut Sept. 18
        Davis Floyd, Sergt. promoted Adjutant Sept. 20
        John Carr, Sergt., appointed Sergt., Oct. 24
        James Sage, Sergt.
        James Fisler, Sergt.
        Abraham Miller, Sergt.
        George Rider, Corpl.
        Sion Prather, Corpl.
        Hugh Ross, Corpl.
        Samuel Bottorff, Corpl.
        John Deats, Trumpeter
       
        Privates
        Jacob Cressmore
        William Kelley, killed in action Nov. 7
        William Lewis, not regularly mustered
        James Ellison
        Timothy R. Rayment
        John Cowan
        Jon'n Gibbons
        William Perry
        Edward Perry
        John Goodwin
        James Hay
        John Newland
        George Twilley
        Milo Davis
        Marston G. Clark, promoted Brigade Major Sept. 20
        Saml. Carr
        Jos. McCormack
        Richard Ward
        John Farris
        Charles F. Ross
        John Thompson, promoted Lieut. Sept. 18
       , Ancestral File Internet, unknown repository address.
        Ibid.
        "Silver Creek Annual Cemetery," Ancestral File.
        1820 Indiana Census, p.19 John Goodwin.
        1830 Indiana Federal Census, p.57 John Goodwin
       p.12 John C. Goodwin.
        Original, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Charlestown twp p108
       252/258 John Goodwin 67 farmer 800 Ky
        Paulina 52 KY
        John 27 Preacher In
        Garilda 16 female In
        next to John Lutz age 48 bp NC.
       
        1820 Indiana Census.
        1830 Indiana Federal Census, p.56 Stacy, William 1 m under 5; 1 m 5-10; 2 m 10-15; 1 m 15-20; 1 m 50-60;1 f 5-10; 1 f 20-30; 1 f 40-50.
       
        1840 Indiana Federal Census and Index (n.p.: n.pub.), Born 1770-1780 in this census. Hereinafter cited as 1840 Indiana Census.
        Original, Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
        Letter, Mathews to Rasmusson, "Virginia Land Grant Claims - Revolutionary War 1783-1850" by William Lindsay Hopkins:
       Under:
       Edward Goodwin - Soldier - Army
       W. W. Goodwin, Jr. in Hamburg, Clark co., IN on 21 July 1840 writes: ....Amos Goodwin lives in Jefferson County, KY, William Goodwin died in Clark Co., IN and left five children viz John Goodwin of Clark Co., Elizabeth Goodwin wo married William Stacy of Clark Co., and George Goodwin, late of Clark Co, who died and left a daughter.
        1880 Indiana Federal Census and Index (n.p.: n.pub.).
        unknown name of person unknown record type, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 84601; unknown reader, Silver Creek up to 1825
        Royse McCoy
       / Elizabeth Stacy
        Elisha Carr, Nancy Carr
        Elizabeth Shipman
       / Priscilla Downs
       / John Royse
        Jincy McCoy
        James McCoy
       / Thomas Downs
        Christiana McCoy
        Isaac McCoy
        Royse McCoy
        William McCoy, Elizabeth McCoy
        John Stuart.
       
        Letter, Tingdahl to Rasmusson, 1 Apr 1998, About 1805.
        "unknown short article title", ii. AMOS B. STACY, b. 22 April 1813, Clark County, Indiana (Source:
        Walnut Ridge Cem. Marker); d. 31 October 1871, Clark County,
       Indiana (Source: Walnut Ridge Cem. Marker); m. ELIZABETH ANN HOWARD,
       8 April 1841, Clark County, Indiana (Source: Hoosier Journal of
       Ancestry Clark Co., IN #2Naomi Sexton).
        unknown name of person unknown record type, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 84601, List of 1816
       / Elizabeth Stacy
        Jonah Harris
        John McCoy
       / James Downs.
       
        1870 Indiana Federal Census and Index (n.p.: n.pub.). Hereinafter cited as 1870 Indiana Census.
        1830 Indiana Federal Census, Born between 1815 and 1820 in this census.
        IN Census 1900 recorded as Extract #247
       1900 Indiana Census and Soundex (n.p.: ), ED 39 p8 Washington twp, Greene, IN
       147/148 Stacy, Perry head Mar 1862 38 single IN IN IN farmer
        Indiana mother Aug 1819 80 wd 6,4 IN KY KY
        Burefield Retta sister Apr 1853 47 Wd 3,2 IN IN IN
        William Perry nephew Aug 1890 IN IN IN
        Milo O. nephew May 1893 7 IN IN IN
        Stacy, Minnie niece Mar 1882 18 single IN IN IN
       
       . Hereinafter cited as 1900 Indiana Census.
        1820 Indiana Census, p.48 William Stacy 4m 1810-1820 George B., Amos, Milo B. And ?
        1m 1776-1794 William
        1f 1810-1820 ?
        1f 1776-1794 Elizabeth Goodwin Stacy
        ;-1 agriculture.
       
        "Silver Creek Annual Cemetery," Ancestral File, Let us read from the chur roll and see. I shall read from the roll up to about 1825, beginning at the first. John Fislar, Sophia Fislar, Joh Pettit, Catherine Pettit, (Constituent members) William Coombs, Sr., John Dunlop, Jeramiah Dunlop, Elizabeth Shipman, Elisha Carr, Nancy Carr, Sarah Boyse, James McCoy, Hezekiah Applegate, Rachel Combs, William Combs, Hannah Combs, Nancy McCoy, William Goodwin, Nancy Goodwin, Thomas Downs, Pricilla Downs, Rachel Worrall, John Boyse, Jincy McCoy, Jane Biggs, Spencer Collins, Catherline Collins, Rebecca Saflers, John Peyton, Charlotte Peyton, Christiana McCoy, Isaac McCoy, Ann Combs, Jesse Tuel, Elizabeth McGuire, Zebulon Collins, Joseph Pound, Tenny Teyton, John Biggs, Elizabeth Peyton, Martha McGuire, Isaac Burge, Sarah Payne, William Moore, Elizabeth Moore, Royse McCoy, William E. Collins, Phoebe Collins, Thomas Broadstreet, Lurene Broadstreet, John Skelton, William McCoy, Elizabeth McCoy, Joseph Cunningham, Peggy Cunningham, Joseph Skelton,Sarah Skelton, Lydia Nugant, John Stuart, Elizabeth Short, William Huff, Robert Sellers, Amos Littell, John Norris, William Watts, Jane Gray, John T. Littell, John Griffin, Isaac Worrall, Jeremiah Payne, (of the old roll): Daniel McDonald, Elizabeth McDonald, John Bowel, Betsey Bowel, Anny Netherton, James Worralls, Absolom Littell, Micajah Peyton, Lucinda Peyton, William Gray, Joseph Biggs, Nathan Kelly, John Jackson, Moses Sullers, Elizabeth Stacy, Hannah Carr, James Worrall, Jr., Edward Goodwin, John Williams, Hannah Coombs, John Netherton, Elizabeth Carr. (List of 1816) Polly Goodwin, David Drummond, Mary Coombs, Obediah Richardson, Amos Goodwin, Millis Goodwin, Lydia Wells, Jonah Harris, David Gray, Polly Gray, William Perry, John McCoy, James Downs, Rebecca Drummonds, John McDonald, Jeremiah Perry, Millie Carr, Margaret Coombs, Samuel Tilford, William Harrod, Mary Harrod, Joseph Perry.
        1870 Indiana Census.
        1830 Indiana Federal Census, p.56 Stacy, William 1 m under 5[Pleasant A.]; 1 m 5-10[William W.]; 2 m 10-15[Milo B.]; 1 m 15-20[Amos B.]; 1 m 50-60[William];1 f 5-10; 1 f 20-30; 1 f 40-50 [Elizabeth].
        Clark County Land Records unknown file number, 28,14 24 May 1832 William Stacy and Elizabeth his wife to Thomas J. Downs $100
       part of #70 containing 1 ac.
       
        Ibid., 32,145 31 Jan 1839 William Stacy and Elizabeth his wife of Clark co to David Coombs of same $450
       #188 Illinois Grant
       Beginning west cor of sd lot and joining the land of McSpraul running thence n20'15"e 150p 18 links to stone thence s40'46"e 110p 2 links to a stake thence s50'15"w 150p 18 links to a stake joining the land of john White thence n41w 111p 9 links to place of beginning
       Wit: Daniel Peyton
       James L. Harris.
       
        Ibid., Amos Goodwin and Amelia Ann his wife to Elizabeth Stacy for $10 begins at sw
       cor of #32..south of J. Bowmans tract in #32 containing 104.26 ac; also
       Jeffersonville west 1/2 of lot #1? prob #111]on the new plan ..82 acres?; Jeffersonville being west 1/2 #101 and #102.
       Jeffersonville pt 82111 #32 104.26ac 1842 35,371.
       
        Ibid., 37,249 31 Dec 1845 William Stacy and Elizabeth Stacy his wife of Clark co to
        Milo Stacy of same $1 for love and affection towards the said Milo Stacy their
        son and heir land in Illinois Grant..Beginning at Bf a white oak and small beech the original corner of said tract #32 and running thence witht eh original ine dividing said #32 from the tract #31 of sd grant n40e 52chains 27 links to a hoop ask and elm the south corner of J. Bowmans tract in sd #32 thence with the original line diving letters A and B of sd #32 n49.5e 20 chains to a stake witnessed by an elm 18 inches in diameter bearing s3.75w 46 links distand and elm 18 inches in diameter bearing n87.5e 30 links distant and a hackberry 8 inches in diameter bearing s64w and distant 39 links thence s41e 52 chsains to a stak standing ont he original line dividing #32 from #19 of sd grant sd stake being sitnessed by a beech 10 inches in diameter bearing n39e 33.5 links distant a beeech 11 inches in diameter bearing n69.5w 18.5 links distant and a beech 6 inches in diameter bearing n55w distant 29 links thence with sd last emntioned original line s49w 20 chains to the place of beginning..containing 104 26/100 acres.
       
        Ibid., 38,521 31 Mar 1848 William Stacy and Elizabeth his wife of Clark county to Milo B. Stacy of Floyd county $800 lying in #70 Illinois Grant beginning at a stone and corner to an acre lot belonging to Bowens heirs the same situated in the south corner sd #70 sd stone is in the original line dividng #s 52 and 70 of sd grant runing thence with one of the lines of sd acre lot n40w 11p and 1 link to a stake and corner of sd lot thence with another line of sd acre lot s49.25w 14.5p to a stake in the original line diving #s69 and 70 of sd grant and corner to the same acre lot thence with sd original line dividing sd #s 69 and 70 n40w 88p and 25 links to a stone in sd original dividing line thece n49e 49p 15 links to a stone thence s40.5e 100p to a stone in sd original line divind #s 52 and 70 of sd grant thence with sd original line dividing sd #s 52 and 70 s49.25w 35p and 2.5links to the place of beginning containing 30.2ac [no witnesses]
       rec 31 Mar 1848.
       
        Original, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 762/813 Pleasant Stacy 24 farmer IN
        Elizabeth Stacy 66 KY.
       
        ClarkCoIN Probate Wills recorded as Extract #7371
       Wills of Clark county, Indiana 1811-1875, FHL#1636971, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT 84601, Elizabeth Stacy widow of William Stacy decd of Clark county state of Indiana
        to my two sons George W. and Milo B. Stacy equally in vallue the
        following described tract of land to wit "The North East of the South
        East quarter of Section 27 Township four North of Range four East in
        the District of lands subject to sale at Jeffersonville Indiaan
        containing 40 ac
        to son William W. Stacy the 1/4 part of all my personal estate after
        debts and ballance of sd personal property equally dividided between
        sd George W. and milo B. Stacy..providing paying to my son Amost B.
        and Pleasant A. Stacy $1 to each of said sons in order that they may
        know that I have thought of them.
        wm 18 Dec 1852 [her real signature]
        wit: Danl H. McDaniel & Rhoda M. Bowen
        wp 26 Mar 1859
       . Hereinafter cited as Clark County Wills.
        JeffersonvilleCLARKIN Library, recorded as Extract #3287:
       Letter from Marylynn Reich (P.O. Box 1548 Jeffersonville, IN 4) to Jenny Rasmusson, 25 Mar 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (4 Hillside Place, Winsted, Connecticut 06098, (860)379-9310), See photocopy of actual will.
        Clark County Wills unknown file number, Elizabeth Stacy widow of William Stacy decd of Clark county state of Indiana
        to my two sons George W. and Milo B. Stacy equally in vallue the
        following described tract of land to wit "The North East of the South
        East quarter of Section 27 Township four North of Range four East in
        the District of lands subject to sale at Jeffersonville Indiaan
        containing 40 ac
        to son William W. Stacy the 1/4 part of all my personal estate after
        debts and ballance of sd personal property equally dividided between
        sd George W. and milo B. Stacy..providing paying to my son Amost B.
        and Pleasant A. Stacy $1 to each of said sons in order that they may
        know that I have thought of them.
        wm 18 Dec 1852 [her real signature]
        wit: Danl H. McDaniel & Rhoda M. Bowen
        wp 26 Mar 1859.
       
        Letter, to unknown recipient.
        Franklin, Indiana Territorial Records, p.19 I do certify that this is a true list of the votes given in Springville Township Given under our hands this 7th day of Sept 1811 [signed George Ross and Andw Hay]
       Polls of Springville Township:
       Reason Redman, John Norris, William Stacey, William Goodwin, Ephram Arnold, Amos Goodwin, Philip Dailey, Jacob Daily.
        "Battle of Tippecanoe on," Ancestral File, Roll of Capt. Norris' Company of Infantry of the Indiana Militia,
       from September 11 to November 24 1811
        John Norris, Captain, wounded in action Nov. 7
        John Harrod, Lieut.
        Joseph Carr, Ensign
        George Drummond, Sergeant
        William Coombs, Sergeant
        Bazil Prather, Sergeant
        David Smith, Sergeant
        Henry Ward, Corporal
        John Harman, Corporal
        Joel Combs, Corporal
        Robert Hombs, Corporal
        David Kelly, Corporal, appointed Corporal Sept. 30
        Elisha Carr, Drummer
        Joseph Perry, Fifer
       
        Privates
        Robert McNight
        William Stacey
        Gasper Loots
        Samuel Duke
        Edward Norris
        James Shipman
        Henry Cusamore
        Peter Sherwood
        C. Fipps
        George Ditsler
        John Gray
        John Kelly
        Jacob Daily
        David Cross
        Thomas Clendennan, killed in action Nov. 7
        Robert Cunningham
        Abraham Kelly, substituted in place of Samuel Walker and killed Nov. 7
        Henry Jones, killed in action Nov. 7
        James Curry
        Samuel McClung, Q. M. Sergt., Sept. 27
        James Smith
        John Perry
        Jeris Fordyce
        Benoni Wood
        James Kelly
        Cornelius Kelly
        Amos Goodwin
        E. Wayman
        William Harman
        John Newland
        John Tilferro
        Micajah Peyton
        Loyd Prather
        Adam Peck
        Samuel McClintick
        Benj. Thompson
        John Weathers
        William Eakin
        Evan Arnold
        John D. Jacob
        Hugh Espy
        Robert Tippin
        Townly Ruby
        John McClintick
        William Rayson
        William Aston
        Reubin Slead
        Josiah Taylor
        George Hooke
        Daniel McCoy
        Jacob Pearsall
        Henry Hooke
        Samuel Neal
        Thomas Highfill
        Robert McClellan
        James Taylor.
       
       
        Letter, to unknown recipient.
        Ibid.
        1820 Indiana Census, p.19 Amos Goodwin.
        Clark County Land Records unknown file number, Amos Goodwin to Minus Reynolds
        $20 quit Claim
        originally deeded by the commissioners to Jacob Bowman 2 Jun 1789;
        Jacob Bowman to George Barns;
        taken by the Sheriff of Clark co from George Barns
        Sheriff to William Goodwin and by the last will and testament of William
        Goodwin was bequeathed to the sd Amos Goodwin containing 100 ac...
        #186 84ac 1/10/1839
        32,230.
       
        Letter, to unknown recipient.
        1830 Indiana Federal Census, p.53 Amos Goodwin.
        Clark County Land Records unknown file number, GOODWIN
        Amos Goodwin to Henry O. Hedgecoxe $50
        being the same deeded to the sd H.O. Hedgcoxe by George Barnes being the same
        which sd Barnes deeded to HO Hedgcox in the year and on which the sd HO Hedgcox
        now resides containing 16ac
        #186 16ac 8/24/1836 31,187.
       
        Ibid., Amos Goodwin and Amelia Ann his wife to Elizabeth Stacy for $10 begins at sw
       cor of #32..south of J. Bowmans tract in #32 containing 104.26 ac; also
       Jeffersonville west 1/2 of lot #1? prob #111]on the new plan ..82 acres?; Jeffersonville being west 1/2 #101 and #102.
       Jeffersonville pt 82111 #32 104.26ac 1842 35,371.
       
        Letter, to unknown recipient.
        Ibid., George, son of W. & M. Goodwin, Died March 1814, aged 22 years.
        Ibid.
        Ibid.
        Ibid.


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