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(15) Elizabeth4 PHILLIPS, (Hannah3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born 
Nov 18, 1715 in Virginia, USA.

(16) Jane4 PHILLIPS, (Hannah3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was
born in 1718 in Virginia, USA.

(17) Frances4 PHILLIPS, (Hannah3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born
Mar 10, 1717/1718 in North Farnham Pr, Virginia, USA, and married (55)
William DALE, son of Abraham Dellaware DALE and Winnefred SOUTHERN,
who was born about 1715 in Lancaster, Va. Frances died in 1777 in Bedford Co.,
Va. William died in Jan 1758 in Richmond Co., Va.

I found this in the Church Records.
While researching through The Peoples History of Claiborne Co. I came
across an article on Reuben Mason submitted by Paul W. Mason from Fort Worth
Texas. Gilbert Mason died in Bedford Co. in 1781. Ellizabeth Dae, Gilbert's
wife, was a daughter of William Dale and Frances Phillips of Richmond Co., Va, Born
March 15, 1745.

History of Old Rappahannock co., Va. 1656 - 1692 by T. H. Warner.
It was ordered at the February court, 1655, that Edward Dale, "now clerk
of the county," shall have the use of the courthouse to be built by Mr. Worsham
(in Corotomon) with the use of the land so long as he shall remain clerk of
the county. (L.1, 256) pg 115.
Also on page 115 is:
John Paine was ordered to purchase for the service of the county one
pairs of stocks and a whipping post. For the wooden work thereof he was to
receive of the county 400 pounds of tobacco, the iron work being otherwise provided.
August 1656. (L.1, 267.) (This John Payne is my RIN No. 2048)
The William Dales lived in Richmond Co., until William died in 1758.
Then his widow packed up her family and moved to Bedford Co., Va., where her
relatives resided. When Frances died in 1777, she left a will which was dated May
10, 1777, and proved July 28, 1777,and recorded in the Bedford Co., will Book
1 on pages 257 and 256. there was no executor named and Nathaniel Tate,
William Terry, and John Daniel were listed as witnesses. Among the bequests was
one to a son, Richard Dale, for a stock of horses, cattle and hogs, and all the
household furniture; to son William Dale one pound five shillings for his
part and to daughter Elizabeth Mason, one pound five schillings.
A volume of unnumbered folios containing a number of protections from
imprestment and embargo granted between Jan. 9 1741 and Aug. 23 1743.
The following ships were bound for Virigina;
William Dale on the Phenoix on May 6, 1742 from a 1741/42/43 - Lists and Indexes XVIII, p. 98
Children:
56 + William5 DALE, Jr. b. Sep 1 1737 d.c 1792
57 + Peter DALE b. Oct 5 1739
58 + Reuben DALE b. Jan 24 1740+
59 + John DALE b. 1743
60 + Elizabeth DALE b. Mar 15 1744+
61 + Isaac DALE b. Sep 8 1747
62 + Joseph DALE b. 1750
63 + Frances DALE b. Mar 11 1753
64 + James DALE b. Dec 29 1754
65 + Richard DALE b. Dec 1 1757 d. Apr 1841

(18) Richard4 PHILLIPS, (Hannah3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born
Jan 20, 1721/1722 in North Farnham, Richmond Co., Virginia, USA.

(19) Hannah4 PHILLIPS, (Hannah3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born
about 1724 in Richmond Co., Va, and in 1745 in Richmond Co., Va,
married (66) Reuben DALE, son of Abraham Dellaware DALE and Winnefred SOUTHERN, who was born Sep 21, 1720. Hannah died after 1800 in Ky.
Reuben died in Jan 1768 in Richmond, Va.
Children:
67 + John5 DALE b.c 1740 d.c 1787
68 + George DALE b.c 1749 d.c 1830
69 + Isaac M. DALE b. Jun 17 1751 d. Jul 1820
70 + Abraham Newton DALE b. Jul 30 1753 d. Nov 1831
71 + William DALE b. Nov 29 1757 d. Jun 7 1822
72 + Robert DALE b. Mar 14 1760
73 + Betty DALE b. Jun 15 1764
74 + Judith DALE b.c 1767 d.a 1810

(20) George4 PHILLIPS, (Hannah3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born in
1725 in North Farnham Pr, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, USA, and about 1749,
married (75) HANNAH. George died after 1788 in Henry Co., Va.
(If anyone has proof that this was HANNAH GOAD, his cousin please let me
know. Joe Payne )
George Phillips became a prosperous planter in Richmond Co. and Pittsylvania
Counties He married (1) Hannah ? in the late 1740's
and (2) Ann Dodson Cornelius. George Phillips and Thomas Lawrence and their
families moved to the Piedmont region of southwest Va by late 1764. George
Phillips and Thomas Lawrence (His Half Brother) were taxed as a family unit in
the county in 1767.
In 1781, George was assessed 146 pounds for the Continental Army in
Pittsylvania Co., Va and he d. there after 1788.
North Farnham Parish Records show a son George Phillips b. to George and Hannah
Phillips 20 Mr 1758.


This is documented in a record in Bedford County, VA of a marriage
contract made in 1768 between George Phillips (the proven father of Tobias)and
Mary Jennings; the document (Bedford, D.B. 3-193) describes George as "of
Pittsylvania County" and Mary as a widow "of Bedford". It should be
remembered that a John and George Phillips witnesssed Jonathan Jennings'
Bedford deeds in 1769.
Children:
76 + Tobias5 PHILLIPS b. Jan 25 1749+ d. Jul 2 1808
77 + Sarah PHILLIPS b. Jul 11 1753
78 + Frances PHILLIPS b. Dec 20 1755 d. Jul 27 1757
79 + George PHILLIPS b. Mar 20 1758
80 + William PHILLIPS b. Oct 7 1760

He also married (42) Anne DODSON, daughter of Fortunatus DODSON and Alice Ellis GOAD,
who was born Nov 10, 1732 in Richmond Co., Va. Anne was married to Moses CORNELIUS.

Wills of Richmond Co., Va by Robert Headley, Jr.
pg 109 - pg 722 - William Dodson, will; 6 Aug 1753 bro: James: Alice Fowler;
nephew Samuel Dodson; nieces Anne and Alice Dodson; wife Hannah; ex: Charles
and Samuel Dodson; wits: Rawleigh Chinn, Thomas Lawrence, Hannah Lindsey
Notes: Alice Fowler was Alice/Ellis Goad, dau of Abrahm Goad and Katherine
Williams who m/1 Fortunatus Dodson 9 Sept 1726 and had children listed.
Ann married (1) Moses CORNELIUS who died, but date and place of death
unknown; (2) George PHILLIPS, perhaps in Richmond Co., VA. The marriage
probably occurred after 1760 since Phillips family researchers say that
George Phillips' first wife, Hannah, was alive in 1760. George Phillips
was the son of Tobias and Hannah Coad Phillips. His other, after the
death of Tobias, married William Dodson. Ann was the niece of Hannah Goad
Phillips Dodson, her mother, Alice, and Hannah being sisters. Ann
apparently came to Pittsylvania County with Hannah Dodson and family about
1766. She probably died in Henry Co., VA., date not established. It is
not known if Ann had children by George Phillips. She apparently had
children by Moses - Cornelius, a son who was a soldier in the Rev. War.
No children of this marriage in these records.

He also married on Mar 21, 1768, (81) Mary JENNINGS who was born about 1750
in Bedford Co., Va.
No children of this marriage in these records.

(24) Joanna4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Nov 1,1723
in Virginia, Bedford Co., Va., and in 1744 in Culpepper Co., Va, married (82)
Valentine SEVIER, son of Valentine Sevier and Mary SMITH, who was born Feb 1, 1701/1702
in St Giles Parish, London, England. Joanna died after Aug 15, 1773 in Virginia,
Rockingham Count, Va. Valentine died on Dec 30, 1803 in Carter City, Near Watauga
Settlement, Carter County, Tn. Valentine was married to Jemima YOUNG.
(MY LINE GOES TO THE ABRAHAM GOAD'S DAUGHTER HANNAH WHO MARRIED TOBIAS PHILLIPS
From Sevier Family History, pg. 526.

DEAT PLAC Carter City, Near Watauga Settlement, Carter County, TN
Valeninte Sevier II and Joanna Goad Sevier settled in Culpepper Co., Va, moving
later to Rockingham County, Va, where John Sevier, their eldest child and the
most famous member of their family, was born Septmeber 23, 1745.
Valentine Sevier arrived on Watauga Settlement, December 25, 1773 accompanied
by 5 sons and 3 daughters to join his son Valentine who was already there.
Immigrated to United States about 1740 in Orange County, Virginia. He
took the oath of allegiance on August 27, 1778. He died at the Watauga
Settlement in Carter County. It is possible hthat he was buried in the
Green Hill Cemetery, Carter County, Tennessee on 12-31-1803. (from Nancy
Seiver Madden)
Children:
83 + Robert5 SEVIER, Capt. b. 1749 d. Oct 16 1780
84 + John SEVIER, Gen. b. Sep 23 1745 d. Sep 24 1865
85 + Valintine SEVIER, Col. b. 1747 d. Feb 23 1800
86 + Mary "Polly" SEVIER b.c 1752
87 + Catherine SEVIER b.c 1755 d. Sep 6 1824
88 + Charles SEVIER b.c 1757
89 + Bethenia SEVIER b.c 1759
90 + Abraham SEVIER b. Feb 14 1760 d. Jun 18 1841
91 + Elizabeth SEVIER b.c 1762
92 + Sophia SEVIER b.c 1764

(25) Mary Elizabeth4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Jul 12, 1726
in Bedford Co., Va, and married (93) John COCK who was born about 1740 in Carroll Co., Va.

From Carroll the Settlements, Pg. 40.
Over the years fact becomes mingled with folklore, and especially is this
to be found in the traditional accounts of John Cock. One descendant in 1945
wrote that John Cock came to Carroll in 1735, settled on what is now J. Glenn
Cox's farm, and that John's wife was Marie Gourard, the kidnaped daughter of a
French nobleman. The descendant said that John's children included Andrew,
Valentine and James in addition to a daughter who married Thomas Dickens. There
are a few kernels of truth in this, but much of it is wrong.
We do know that John's wife was Elizabeth Goad, born July 12, 1726 in
Richmond Co., Virginia to John and Katherine Goad. Her birth is in the North
Farnham
Parish Register. Elizabeth's older sister was Joannah Goad Sevier, wife
of Valentine Sevier and mother of Gen. John Sevier, who was one of the legitimate
heroes of Kings Mountain and the first Governor of the State of Tennessee.
John Cock purchased land on frying Pan Creek in Pittsylvania County in
1771, which was the year before he moved to Burks Fork in what is nos Carroll.
He did not sell his Pittsylvania farm until 1776.
James Cock was the eldest son of Andrew Cock.
Children:
94 + Andrew5 COCKE b. 1740
95 + Valentine COCK
96 + James COCK b.c 1750 d. 1865
97 + Reuben COCK b.c 1765
98 + Mary COCK b.c 1770
99 + Susan (Susanna) COCK b. 1763
100 + John COCK b.c 1786 d.a 1870

(26) John4 GOAD, Jr., (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Jul 1, 1729
in North Farnham P., Middlesex Co, Va, and married spouse unknown.

Ken Haas wrote of John Goad:
In the same year that John Goad, Jr. disappeared from the Virginia records the
State of North Carolina issued a land grant to a John Goad in Sullivan County,
then a part of North Carolina, although disputed by Virginia, and to become a
part of the new state of Tennessee in 1790.
Col. John Sevier was the principle leader of the settlers in the area and John
Sevier was a nephew of this John Goad. Perhaps Sevier exercised some influence
in securing the land grant for his uncle. Or perhaps the fact that John Goad
had lent active support to the colonial cause in the still raging war weighed
in his favor. John Goad was paid 12.6 for a kettle and powderhorn for the
Pittsylvania Militia.
Another reference to John Goad, Jr. comes from the website: http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Agnes_Goad_%281%29
Agnes Goad(14), born abt 1750 in Virginia; died abt 1790 in Watauga, Hawkins County, North Carolina (Tennessee 1796).
She was the daughter of John Goad II and Margaret Unknown.
More About Owen Adkins, Sr:
Fact: 1790, Killed by Indians
More About Agnes Goad:
Fact: 1790, Killed by Indians Children of Owen Adkins and Agnes Goad are:
i.Benjamin Adkins, Sr, born abt 1770 in Virginia

Children:
101 + William5 GOAD b. 1754 d. Jan 9 1843

(27) Hannah4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Apr 7, 1732
in Bedford Co., Va, and married (102) Peter BENNET who was born about 1730 in
Bedford Co., Va.

Ken Haas disagrees with the Peter Bennett and says that he is the father in law and
William the husband.
Subj:    Goad/Bennett
Date: 8/16/98 9:14:49 AM Pacific Daylight Time
From: graf@flash.net (JO)
To: JPayne5744@aol.com

Hello Joe,

I thought I would send this to you and you could draw your own conclusions.
I have two sorces and one referenced sorce that list Hannah Goad as the wife
of William Bennett. Do you have contact information for Ken Haas? I can
send Lorene Dunbar's snail mail address if you like. Let me know!
Thanks,
Jane Graf
PS I didn't want to add to the genealogy confusion! Great site you have!

Your Page:
27) Hannah4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Apr 7,
1732 in Bedford Co., Va, and married (102) Peter BENNET who was born about
1730 in Bedford Co., Va.

Ken Haas disagrees with the Peter Bennett and says that he is the father
in law and William the husband.
No children of this marriage in these records.


My Sorces:
http://members.tripod.com/~Ilesa/genealogy/d126.htm#P121

936. William BENNETT was born in 1703 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex ,
Virginia. He was christened on 2 Jun 1703 in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex
, Virginia. He died after 24 Jul 1777 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. He was
married to Hannah GOAD. sorce: Becky Lambert

Descendants of William BENNETT III

1 William BENNETT III b: Bet. 1702 - 1703 Christ Church Parish,
Middlesex Co. , VA src: Becky Lambert d: Aft. July 24, 1777 Pittsylvania Co., VA src: Becky Lambert
+Mary Humphreys m: April 09, 1724 Middlesex Co., VA d: Bet. 1733 - 1740
2 Peter Bennett b: 1724
+Frances ?-Bennett
2 William Bennett b: 1727
2 Joseph Bennett b: 1731
2 Richard Bennett b: 1733 Middlesex Co., VA d: 1786 Granville Co., NC
+Anne ?-Bennett
*2nd Wife of William BENNETT III:
+Hannah GOAD b: Abt. 1722 Richmond Co., VA m: 1742 Father: John GOAD
2 Thomas BENNETT b: 1742 Brunswick Co., VA d: Bef. February 06, 1809 Caldwell Co. KY
+Margaret (Peggy) ROYSDEN b: VA m: VA d: Bet. 1805 - 1806
2 James Bennett b: 1746 d: 1826 Pittsylvania Co., VA
+Liticia Kerr m: Abt. 1770
2 Stephen Bennett src: The Four Dunbars b: 1744 Pittsylvania Co., VA  d: 1826 Jackson Co., GA
+Grizzell Wade src: The Four Dunbars b: Abt. 1751 Pittsylvania, VA src:  Becky Lambert
         m: Abt. 1764 src: Becky Lambert d: 1791 GA
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In 1776, Hannah DODSON moved to Pittsylvania Co. VA where she settled on the
Pigg River (a location presently in Franklin Co.). She moved with her
children and probably other members of the DODSON family.

In 1768 Hannah purchased from Peter BENNETT and wife Frances, 150 acres on
the South Side of Pigg River (Pittsylvania Deeds 1-424). She sold this land
to Tobias PHILLIPS in 1774 (Pittsylvania Deeds 4-53). By the terms of
William DODSON's will, Hannah held only a life estate in his personal
property which in this case was slaves. Therefore it is unclear why she
conveyed for 5 shillings, to Tobias PHILLIPS Five Negroes, Robin, Betty,
Rachel, Peter and Will, which belonged to William DODSON'S estate
Pittsylvaina Deed 3-211, 14 Dec 1772).

Contributed by Sharon Minton Hill
sorce: Lorene Dunbar not on Net "The Four Dunbars"


(28) William4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Mar 3, 1733/1734
in Bedford Co., Va. He married Tabitha DIXON BEF. 1755. She was born AFT. 1734, and died
WFT Est. 1783-1829. This lineage is very interesting and includes the following lineage:
 Marybelle GOAD (Will C. "William S" GOAD8, John Overton GOAD7, Daniel GOAD6, Reuben GOAD5, William GOAD4, John GOAD3, Abraham GOAD2, Richard GOAD1) was born WFT Est. 1868-1901 in Allen County, Ky., and died WFT Est. 1925-1989. She married Robert S. CLEMENT BEF. 1920. He was born WFT Est. 1869-1899, and died WFT Est. 1925-1985.    
 Children of Marybelle GOAD and Robert S. CLEMENT are: 
46   i. Emma Jean CLEMENT was born Private. She married Bruce Y. PEERY. He was born Private. 
47   ii. Annebelle CLEMENT was born Private. She married Charles O'BRIEN. He was born Private. 
+ 48   iii. Frank Goad CLEMENT was born 1920, and died 1969.
To access this database on Rootsweb please CLICK HERE.



(29) Ann4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about 1736 in
Bedford Co., Va, and married (103) RISDEN.
No children of this marriage in these records.

(30) Robert4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about 1738
in Bedford Co., Va.

(31) Abraham4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Apr 11, 1740
in Bedford Co., Virginia, USA, and about 1762 in Va, married (104) Anne AYERS
who was born about 1740 in Bedford Co., Va. Abraham died on Jan 8, 1816 in
Scott Co., Tennessee, USA.

From Scott Co. Tennessee History and the book Carroll the Settlements.
Abrahm Goad settled in 1773 on Burks Fork (Kegley, adventures, II, p. 116)
acpuiring the rights to 106 acres from the Loyal Company. There were two
Abraham Goads in the county in the early days, two taxed in 1773 and two
who took the oath of allegiance in 1777-1778. The other was likely his cousin
Abrahm, son of Abrahm of Pittsylvania Co.
He was in a militia company commanded first by William Bobbitt and then by
Jonathan Isham. In 1782 he paid taxes on Burks Fork for himself, ten
horses and thirteen cattle.. Abraham killed an old wolf in 1794 for which the
Grayson Court allowed a claim (Grayson, Orders, 1793-1704, p.59); otherwise there
is no mention of him in the early court minutes.
From Ken Haas, The Goads, p.22 He settled in Anderson Co., Tennessee
(Later Scott Co.)
where he died about 1816.
Children:
105 + James5 GOAD b. 1765 d. 1850
106 + John GOAD b.c 1760
107 + Catherine GOAD b.c 1764
108 + Isham GOAD b. 1765 d.cJul 16 1815
109 + Elisabeth GOAD b. 1767 d.a 1850
110 + Ann GOAD b. 1768
111 + Mary (Polly) GOAD b. 1770
112 + Ayers Airs GOAD b. 1780 d. Sep 16 1855
113 + Joshua GOAD b. Mar 30 1786 d.c 1840
114 + Hiram GOAD b. 1790 d. 1790

(33) Thomas4 DODSON, (Elizabeth3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born in
1728 in Bedford Co., Va.

(34) Peter4 DODSON, (Elizabeth3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born
May 22, 1735 in Bedford Co., Va. Peter died in Sep 1800.

(36) Richard4 FOWLER, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about
1730 in Richmond Co., Va.

(37) John4 FOWLER, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about
1731 in Richmond Co., Va. John died on Apr 13, 1750 in Richmond Co., Va.

(39) Samuel4 DODSON, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD)

(40) Lucy4 DODSON, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born in 1728
in Richmond Co., Va.

(41) James4 DODSON, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born in
1730 in Richmond Co., Va.

(42) Anne4 DODSON, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born
Nov 10, 1732 in Richmond Co., Va, and married (115) Moses CORNELIUS who
was born about 1720 in Richmond Co., Va.

Wills of Richmond Co., Va by Robert Headley, Jr.
pg 109 - pg 722 - William Dodson, will; 6 Aug 1753 bro: James: Alice Fowler;
nephew Samuel Dodson; nieces Anne and Alice Dodson; wife Hannah; ex: Charles
and Samuel Dodson; wits: Rawleigh Chinn, Thomas Lawrence, Hannah Lindsey
Notes: Alice Fowler was Alice/Ellis Goad, dau of Abrahm Goad and Katherine
Williams who m/1 Fortunatus Dodson 9 Sept 1726 and had children listed.
Ann married (1) Moses CORNELIUS who died, but date and place of death
unknown; (2) George PHILLIPS, perhaps in Richmond Co., VA. The marriage
probably occurred after 1760 since Phillips family researchers say that
George Phillips' first wife, Hannah, was alive in 1760. George Phillips
was the son of Tobias and Hannah Coad Phillips. She, after the
death of Tobias, married William Dodson. Ann was the niece of Hannah Goad
Phillips Dodson, her mother, Alice, and Hannah being sisters. Ann
apparently came to Pittsylvania County with Hannah Dodson and family about
1766. She probably died in Henry Co., VA., date not established. It is
not known if Ann had children by George Phillips. She apparently had
children by Moses - Cornelius, a son who was a soldier in the Rev. War.
No children of this marriage in these records.

She also married (20) George PHILLIPS, son of Tobias PHILLIPS and Hannah GOAD,
who was born in 1725 in North Farnham Pr, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, USA.
George died after 1788 in Henry Co., Va. George was married to HANNAH and
Mary JENNINGS.

George Phillips became a prosperous planter in Richmond Co. and Pittsylvania
Counties He married (1) Hannah ? in the late 1740's and (2) Ann Dodson
Cornelius. George Phillips and Thomas Lawrence and their families moved to
the Piedmont region of southwest Va by late 1764. George Phillips and Thomas
Lawrence (His Half Brother) were taxed as a family unit in the county in 1767.
In 1781, George was assessed 146 pounds for the Continental Army in
Pittsylvania Co., Va and he d. there after 1788.
North Farnham Parish Records show a son George Phillips b. to George and Hannah
Phillips 20 Mr 1758.
George's Revolutionary War Record is claimed in the
DAR's No. 54889.
No children of this marriage in these records.

(43) Hannah4 DODSON, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born in 1734
in Bedford Co., Va.

(44) Alice4 DODSON, (Alice3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Mar 15,
1734 in Richmond Co., Va, and about 1760 in North Farnham, Richmond Co., Va,
married (116) Thomas DALE, son of Abraham Dellaware DALE and Winnefred SOUTHERN,
who was born Apr 20, 1730 in N Farnham Par, Richmond, Va. Alice died in 1802 in
Woodford Co., Ky. Thomas died in 1772 in Richmond Co., Va.

Thomas Dale married Alice Dodson, born March 15, 1734, daughter of Fortunatus
and Alice Goad Dodson. They had eight children and Thomas died in 1772 in
Richmond Co.,intestate. Alice moved to Woodford Co., Kentucky, where she died
in 1802, leaving a will.
Children:
117 + Winifred5 DALE b. 1752
118 + Nancy DALE b. Mar 5 1755
119 + Elizabeth DALE b. Jan 6 1758
120 + Rawleigh DALE b. Feb 10 1760
121 + Fortunatus Natus DALE b. Oct 9 1767 d. 1817
122 + Mary DALE b.c 1770
123 + Lucy DALE b.c 1772
124 + Violet DALE b.c 1775

(46) Sarah4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Apr 7, 1736
in Bedford Co., Va. and married George PHILLIPS, son of Tobias PHILLIPS and Hannah
GOAD
. This has recently been discovered by the GOAD family researchers.

(47) Mary4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about 1738
in Bedford Co., Va, and married (125) SHANE.
No children of this marriage in these records.

(48) Hannah4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about
1740 in Bedford Co., Va, and married (126) Archibald BURDEN. I have been contacted by a
descendent of Hannah GOAD and Archibald BURDEN who says that this HANNAH could not have
married George PHILLIPS. Hannah was on a Land Lottery in Elbert Co., Ga in 1838. Will be adding more information as it becomes available. No children of this marriage in these records. (49) Elis4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about
1742 in Bedford Co., Va, and married (127) COLLIER.
No children of this marriage in these records.

(50) William4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about
1744 in Bedford Co., Va.

(51) Judith4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about
1745 in Bedford Co., Va, Va, and married (128) John HALLEY.

Judith is named in the will of her father as Judith Hollay, probably
Holley (and perhaps the same name as Haley as used by later generations).
A John "Halley" left a will in Bedford County in 1802 naming wife, "Judah"
and children William, Joshua, Mary and Sarah, among others. This was
likely the family of Judith (Goad) Holley.
Descendants of this family inform Ken Haas that the Bedford will of 1802
was indeed the husband of Judith Goad. Judith and all of her children
migrated to Montgomery County, Kentucky in 1811. She later left a will in
that county. As her oldest child was named Benjamin, it is thought that
the father of John Halley may have been a Benjamin Holley who lived in
Pittsylvania Coutny, Virginia in 1767. (p.15)
According to Ann Mack, John was captured along with Daniel Boone by the
Shawnee Indians resulting in Judith receiving assistance from Bedford
County. John was held prisoner for five years.
Children:
129 + Benjamin5 HALLEY
130 + William HALLEY
131 + Mary HALLEY b.c 1768
132 + Joshua HALLEY b. 1770
133 + Susanna HALLEY b. 1772
134 + Sarah HALLEY b.a 1773
135 + Fannie HALLEY b.a 1774
136 + John HALLEY b. 1775 d. 1845
137 + Ann HALLEY b. 1776
138 + Jacob HALLEY b. 1785

(52) Ruth4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about 1750
in Richmond Co., Va, Va, and married (139) Thomas DILLARD.
Ruth died after 1821. Thomas died in 1820 in Patrick County, Virginia.

Ruth was named in the will of her father as Ruth Dillard, the wife of
Thomas Dillard, who was one of the Revolutionary militia captains for
Pittsylvania County. After the war, they came to live for awhile in
Montgomery (present Carroll County) County, among their Goad kinsmen and
then in Patrick County where, in 1821, her children contracted with
respect to her husband's estate. Ruth was living then.
Children:
140 + Sarah5 DILLARD
141 + Mary DILLARD
142 + Edward DILLARD b. 1789 d. 1826
143 + Rebecca DILLARD b. 1790 d. Sep 4 1859
144 + James DILLARD b. 1794 d.b 1879

(53) Abraham4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born about
1752 in Richmond Co., Va.

(54) Robert4 GOAD, (Abraham3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born in 1750
in Halifax Co., Va, and before 1786 in Bruncombe Co., NC, married (145)
Isabell SPENCER.

Robert Goad of Grayson County, Virginia - p.16
Robert's name appears on a list of men who took the oath of allegiance to
the colonial cause in 1777 and again on a list of Pittsylvania citizens
who were assessed in 1781 to pay for supplies for the Continental Army.
Robert was the sole administrator of his father's will of 1779 and
inherited half of his land, the other half going to Robert's brother,
Abraham, soon to died in the war. Near the close of the war, Robert sold
part of his land to Jeremiah Ward, 100 acres on Frying Pan Creek "being
land he got from will of his father adjoining Ward's land bought of
Stephen Bennett". On November 1, 1792, he deeded the remaining 80 acres
to Jacob Hedrick "being land got from Father Abraham Goad by heirship on
Frying Pan Creek". Boundaries mentioned were land of Jacob Barger,
Abraham Goad's old line, William Goad and George Phillips. The deed was
witnessed by Robert Goad, Thomas Goad and John Bobbitt. Robert Goad, the
deeder of the land, was described as "of Wythe County". (Deed Book 9,
page 544).
Robert had moved to present-day Carroll County on Big Reed Island Creek,
just a few miles from his cousin, Abraham Goad, and his cousin, Elizabeth
(Mrs. John) Cock. Robert's two brothers had probably lived in this same
area but by 1792, brother Abraham was ten years deceased and brother
Willaim was in South Carolina, preparing to move on to the new state of
Tennessee. Robert bought a tract of land from John Cock which is not
found in the Grayson records.
Researchers of Robert Long thought that this Robert was the younger
brother of Abraham and Elizabeth, a seeminly logical conclusion. However,
the finding of the deed to Jacob Hedrick proved that "Robert of Wythe" was
a son of Pittsylvania Abraham. Later, we found the other Robert still in
Bedford County and, later still, in far-off Maury County, Tennessee.
Researchers of Robert of Maury had encountered the same problem - which of
the two Roberts was "Theirs"? Other evidence was that Robert of Grayson
could read and write. Robert of Maury signed his name with the letter "R"
both in Bedford, Virginia and in Maury, Tennessee.
A tradition has existed in the Carroll County Goad families that Robert of
Grayson lived for a time in the early 1780's in Buncombe County, North
Carolina, that he had there met his wife, Isabel (Iszzy) and that she was
an indentured servant with time still to serve; that Robert had run away
with her and returned to Virginia. The tradition was ruther that the man
to whom Isabel was bound learned of her "where-abouts" and came to Grayson
to reclaim her services. Finding that she had a husband and children, he
stayed for supper and overnight and returned home without her. This story
smacks a bit of "soap opera" and can perhaps be taken with a bit of
skepticism. The part about Robert meeting Isabel in Buncombe County could
well be accurate, however. Perhaps Robert and brother William were both
there in the early 1780's.
After Robert was assessed in 1781 in Pittsylvania, we next find his name
on a tax list of Montgomery County for the year 1787 (the lists for the
years, 1782-1786, are missing). By 1787, Robert and "Izzy" had two young
sons. Although the sons were born in Virginia by the record, Robert could
well have been in North Carolina in the years 1782-1784. By 1784, Robert
and Isabel were living on Big Reed Island near the present community of
Fremont, east of Hillsville, and they remained there until their deaths in
1836 and 1845, respectively. On the 1830 census for Carroll County, both
were given as age 70-79. Accordingly, Isabel lived to be at least 85,
Robert somewhat less.
This couple were the parents of four children, a small family for the
time. Isabel may have been about thirty years of age when she had her
first child in 1784, a son named Aaron. (it is curious that Goads started
naming off spring "Aaron" about this time although the name had not
previously appeared). Spencer was born about ayear later, probably in
1785, and two daughters, Sarah and Mary, followed. Robert, had sisters
with those common names but the name :Spencer" has led family researchers
to ponder whether this might have been the surname of Isabel. No
documentation exists. The Hammack family of Pittsylvania, closely
connected with the Goads, also used the name, Spencer.
In the years immediately after the close of the Revolutionary War, many
families from northern Pittsylvania county moved west ward into the Blue
Ridge and settled along the waters of Big Reed Island Creek, the Little
River and their tributaries. Most of these families had been related back
in Pittsylvania and even before that, in Richmond County. They continued
to inter-marry in their new homes and do so to this day in that area. John
Cock, Thomas Dillard and Aaron Collier had married Goad women as did Owen
Atkinson (Atkins). The grandmother of Tobias Phillips, early Grayson
settler, was a Goad. Jacob aNester and William Hewitt wed daughters of
Abraham Goad of Montgomery County. Other closely related pioneer families
were Dalton, Jennings, Henson and others, previously residents of
Pittsylvania.
William "Billy" Dalton, presumed to be the son of Timothy and Elizabeth
Dalton of the Staunton River area, came to Big Reed Island seemingly with
two or three brothers, Reuben, Timothy, perhaps Samuel was also a brother.
The brothers moved on to the new lands of Tennessee (Grainger-Hawkins
Counties) but Billy stayed to raise a large family in Grayson which one
hundred years later (ca 1880) numbered over 400 descendants - just in
Carroll County - and just those carrying the name, Dalton. The Goads were
almost equally numerous by 1880.
Billy Dalton died in ca 1810-1811 and in later years, his heirs joined in
several deeds conveying land from his estate. Among those signing were
Aaron Goad and Spencer Goad. Aaron had married Billy's daughter, Rachel,
and Spencer had wed her sister, Patience. A son of Billy's was Timothy
whose daughter, Emily, would one day become the wife of James Garder, Jr.,
son of a Revolutionary War veteran (from New Jersey) of the same name.
Another daughter of Billy, Nancy Dalton, married William Largen. Their
son, William, Jr., would later marry Mary Goad, daughter of Spencer and
Patience. This series of events have caused all these people to be
ancestors of Ken Haas and has made Billy Dalton his gggg grandfather FOUR
times over. Up until ten years ago, there was a living Dalton uncle
without knowing for over forty years that he was also related by blood as
well as by marriage.
Mary Goad, the younger daughter of Robert Goad, married William Nester who
parents were Jacob and Catherine (Goad) Nester, she being a daughter of
Robert's cousin, Abraham. Sarah Goad, the older daughter, married James
A. Webb, son of Henry Webb, the first Webb settler in the Grayson area.
Goad-Dalton-Nester-Largen-Webb unions were to abound in the succeeding
generations. It reached such a state that one Nester couple had five
children married to Goads. When one of the Goad wifes died, the widower
promptly married another Goad. when a young Robert Goad (son of Spencer)
died in the Civil War, his widow, Julia (Webb) Goad soon married Henderson
Goad, another Confederate veteran. And so it went in Carroll County
until, almost literally, EVERYONE is today related there.
After Abraham Goad of Montgomery County left for Tenness about 1804, his
son James remained in the Grayson County area. A daughter of James,
Catherine, married Richard Phillips, son of Tobias Phillips whose
grandmother was Hannah (Goad) Phillips, daughter of Abraham Goad of
Richmond County. Elizabeth Phillips, daughter of Tobias, had married my
ancestor, Timothy Dalton, son of Billy, the settler. Another daughter of
Abraham Goad of Montgomery, Elizabeht, married William Hewitt. Their
daughter, Alcey, was to wed Abrahm Goad, son of James, her first cousin.
When Alcey died, Abram married Rachel Cock, another cousin.
Goad, Dalton, Phillips, Nesters, Largens, Mabrys, Webbs, Jennings,
Quesenberrys - all one big, happy family - for two hundred years.
Children:
146 + Spencer5 GOAD b.c 1760
147 + Aaron GOAD b. 1784 d. 1854
148 + Sarah Rachel GOAD b. 1787 d. 1854
149 + Mary GOAD b.c 1790 d. Sep 25 1859

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