By the way, you may already have this; the administrators of John's estate were Joseph Gray and JAMES GOOD. (OB5, pg 210, dated 8 Juy 1800). WHO was this James Good? (some think this should have been Jane Good as she was named exec in the will)
Another name for Robert McCann who married Ginny Goode in 1804.
I track your John as he dropped the E from his name. (this is only a lead as this may not be your John) In Oct 1798 he was on a crew to find the best way for a road from Black Lick (creek) to the county line. It would pass thru John Good's land. Unfortunatly there are 4 or 5 Black Lick creeks in the old Lincoln Co area. Still, a good lead. Another John Good lived on Goose Creek (Aug 1800)
As far as I can tell there were no Good or Goodes in Lincoln before 1790. (Lincoln CO books, county created 1780) If so, where did Thomas and son John come from?
I found in Deed Bk D, pg 181, Timothy Goode, son of John, buys 125a of land. (no other info, I did not look deeper)
According to the book, Early Kentucky Householders, there were 2 John Good's. One 1796 thru 1800 and the other 1796 thru 1806. (I think one lived on Black Lick Creek and the other lived on Goose Creek.) Timothy is listed as on the tax roles on 30 Jul 1806 (another indication he was underage at his fathers death, only a guess)
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