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SHANKS,GOODMAN,LAWSON

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Re: SHANKS,GOODMAN,LAWSON

David Jones (View posts)
Posted: 12 Feb 2003 6:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Shanks, Goodman, Lawson
I looked at the 1860-1880 Hawkins County District 11 censuses. The census evidence suggests that Amanda Goodman was the daughter of William and Catharine Shanks. The online census transcription shows a Maude as the 1860 daughter of William Shanks, but the original image clearly reads Manda not Maude--this is the big problem of relying on transcriptions instead of the original census images. William and John Shanks were likely brothers--or so it would have to be for Amanda to be John's niece. William Thomas Goodman would then likely be the son of Amanda given the age difference. I haven't found a compatible Goodman in 1870 Hawkins. Maybe Amanda's husband died in the war since her only child seems to be 17 year old. William T. was born in VA, so it could have been Lee or Scott County, but they are not there in 1870.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Susan Goodman Taylor 7 Feb 2003 9:26PM GMT 
David Jones 11 Feb 2003 1:20AM GMT 
Susan Goodman Taylor 12 Feb 2003 5:42PM GMT 
David Jones 12 Feb 2003 8:14PM GMT 
David Jones 13 Feb 2003 1:55AM GMT 
darrelghensle... 24 Mar 2004 3:52AM GMT 
denise 10 Jul 2006 2:53PM GMT 
susan taylor 11 Jul 2006 8:16PM GMT 
Denise 13 Jul 2006 9:51PM GMT 
ktsok 7 Nov 2007 4:37AM GMT 
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