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slave births

Posted: 31 Aug 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 17 Aug 2001 10:53AM GMT
Surnames: GOVAN

i understand that these people were born slaves in Marshall County on a GOVAN Plantation...their names are:
G.G. (b.1847)
OLIVER (b.1849)
PLUMMER (b.1854)
and one other who was born free:
HILL (b.1876)
any info will be loved
as they say in that famous winecooler commerical"we thank you for your support"

Re: slave births

Posted: 12 Oct 2001 11:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Nov 2002 7:09PM GMT
LOOKING FOR ELLA GOVAN MARRIED TO FERDINAND BROCKINGTON IN KANSAS CITY MO

Re: slave births

Posted: 27 Jul 2002 2:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 17 Nov 2002 1:44PM GMT
I don't know if this will help. I found the following in the Marshall County Mississippi Probate and will Records -
Minutes - Probate Court, Vol. 3, 1839 - 1842
August 25, 1845
The last will & testament of Mrs. Mary A. Pugh, deceased, was exhibited in Court by Mary P. Govan, the executratrix therein appointed.

Records-Probate Court, vol. 4, 1845 - 1847:

Page 83. Will of Mary A. Pugh: Adopted son - Eaton Pugh Govan, son of Andrew A. and Mary Pugh Govan; Bequeaths to - John Jones Govan, Daniel C. Govan, William Hemphill Govan, Sarah Daves Govan, Elizabeth Jones Govan, Andrew Robison Govan, George Morgan Govan, Joseph Williamson, son of Lewis P. Williamson, Harriet Burt, daughter of Priscilla Burt; Negroes - Macklin & his wife Mary Ann & her childrenn William, Maria Nathan, Betsy & Daniel; Nash & his wife Tempe & her children Paul, Lauretta & young Nash; Adam, Oliver, James, Betsy, Mickle & her child Mary Pugh, Emily, Telmenia, Fanny, Julie, Robison & his wife Sarah & her children Burtin, Molly, Julia, Billy, Auntney & Nancy Ross, John, Peter, Dick, Ruffin the blacksmith, Eliza, wife of Adam & her two children Elizabeth & Amanda Hartris, King and his children Prior, Claiborne, Moses, wesley, weldon & Tempa, Jim Read, Washington, little Harriet, Madison, Solomon & Peterr, sons of Mary, Gid, & Cary, son of Scilla, Grandison, bro. of John Black, Green, Caswell & his wife Jenny, Peter, son of Scilla, Edwin, son of Scilla, Appleby, Wilson, Betsy Pleasant,; Executor - friend Charlkes L. Thomsa; Witnessess - Wm. Crump, Dabney Minor, Jake H. Minor. Dated July 2, 1841, probated August 1845.

Minutes - Probate Court, Vol. 2, 1840 - 1845 (pages not numbered)
July 26, 1841
The last will and testament of Andrew R. Govan, deceased, was presented in Court. Letters testaamentary were issued by Mary P. Govan on the estate.

Records - Probate Court, Vol 2, 1839 - 1842
Page 295 - Will of Andrew R. Govan, of fayette County, Tennessee: Wife and children mentioned but not named. Dated August 8, 1835, probated July 1841. (Mary P. Govan was granted letters of administration on the estate)

You should be able to obatin copies of the above from MiS Department Of History & Archives in Jackson.

Hope this helps.

Dorothy-

Re: slave births

Robert GoVan (View posts)
Posted: 28 Jul 2002 5:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You. Dorothy, i can not Thank You enough times for the info.
God Bless You.

Re: slave births

Posted: 19 Mar 2008 9:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pugh, Govan, Daves, Haynes
Mary A. Pugh, was the widow of Eaton Price Pugh, a planter of Northampton County, North Carolina. The couple had no children of their own, but adopted Mary McKinlay Jones, the daughter of Sally Eaton Daves and Morgan Jones. Sally's mother, Mary Haynes Long Davis Daves was Eaton Pugh's half-sister.

After her husband Eaton Pugh's death, Mary A. Pugh made her home with her adopted daughter, Mary and her husband, Andrew Robinson Govan of Snowdon Plantation, Marshall County, Mississippi. (Mary A. Pugh is buried there.) The will refers to Eaton P. Govan as her adopted son---he was in reality, her adopted grandson--the oldest child of Mary McKinlay Jones Pugh and Andrew Robinson Govan. Eaton P. Govan was a special favorite, as he was named for Mary's husband.

These slaves (born prior to 1835) were brought from Northampton County, North Carolina to Marshall County, Mississippi.

Re: slave births

Posted: 20 Aug 2009 9:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Dorothy,

This is excellent! Thanks for the hard work.

Claudia Ross
claudiahross@yahoo.com

Re: slave births

Posted: 21 Aug 2009 12:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
You are welcome

Dorothy
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