I am researching the Gough's that travelled from Alabama ( city and County unknown as census in 1810-1820 are not available for 24 of the 33counties. There was an Enos Gough b1790( State unkown) that married a Martha b. 1796 ( South Carolina) They had 12 children. 6 of which were born in Alabama( city unknown) from dates 1813-1827 and then moved to Bienville Parish in Louisiana and then had 5 more children there.
I am trying to find more information on this Enos Gough ( his parents or any other information at one time in Alabama to have these children and then moving on.
I know it is a long shot but thought I would ask any one out there.
Here is some information of children from the 1840 census in Bienville-Clab. Parish in Lousiana. Enos is listed in the 1830 census as well
Enos and Martha Gough were in the 1840 Census of Claiborne Parish, LA. Sons of their children married and lived in Bienville Parish. These names were offered from a family in possession of the "Thomas Gough" Bible entries. since census did not carry names but only categorized ages/gender
These are children of Enos b.1790 and Martha Gough b.1796
Winay or WIncy, daughter, born 24 Jun 1813 in Alabama
Joseph, son, born 24 May 1815 in Alabama
Belinda, daughter, born 20 Jul 1817 in Alabama
Martha, daughter, born 1 Feb 1819 in Alabama
Lucinda, daughter, born 15 Set 1822 in Alabama
Caroline, daughter, born 29 Apr 1825 in Alabama
Emmeline, daughter, born 5 Sep 1827 in Ala/LA?
Thomas Whel"er" or "en" or "an", son, born 2 Mar 1830
Jonathan, son, born 31 Aug 1832
Enos, son, born 3 ? 1835
Fanny, daughter, born 1 Sep 1838
name faded, , born 1841
If anyone has any information on Enos or Martha in the days preceeding Louisiana, please let me know.
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