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Re: Moseley family of Beaufort & Bute Co., NC
Posted by: Anita Kellum (ID *****6352) Date: September 07, 2012 at 09:03:44
In Reply to: Re: Moseley family of Beaufort & Bute Co., NC by Warren Forsythe of 2294

Warren,

I appreciate your response to my query on these Moseleys of Bute Co., NC. I know that GOLDEN is not your interest but there might be a connection to the William GOLDING family who were in Essex Co., VA. In a book on the GOLDINGs, the names of Moseley and Hawkins are mentioned.

My question: Is the John Goldin/Golden who was in Wilkes Co., GA in 1786 and bought 50 acres on Soap Creek from Thomas Moseley, the same one as in Bute Co., NC.
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Wilkes Co., GA Deed Book EE 1788-1790 pg 22

14 Apr 1786, Thomas Mosley of St. Paul's Parish, GA, planter to John Golden, Sr., of Wilkes Co., GA for $50, 50 ac, Great Sope Creek, part of 200 ac granted to Mosley, beg at the mouth of a small branch, on south side of Great (Soap) Creek, first branch or bottom next to the place, (signed) Thomas (x) Mosley. Wit: Richard Golden, John Williams, William Golden. William Golden saw Mosley deliver the deed to John Golden, Jr. Richard Golden and a John WILLIAMS proved deed. 12 June 1786, Henry Ware, J. P. Rec. Folio 34 & 35 Regd 6 May 1789
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This John with 50 ac. looks to be the same one in Lincoln Co.,GA on Soap Creek along with his son, William, granddaughter, Nancy Golding PARKS, and MY Mark Golden.

My goal is to prove that the John "Goldin" (or one of the two John Goldin's in Bute) is the same guy. I had read that the one in GA had married an Ann Moseley, d/o Thomas Moseley. I have no proof of that. In Bute Co., NC deeds, there were two ladies, Ann and Nancy.
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DB-4, page 7. 27 August 1771. JOHN GOLDIN & ANN GOLDIN to JOHN NELSON, both of Bute Co. 12 Pds. Procl. money for 50 A. in Bute Co. on NS Buffelow Creek, adj. CIMBROUGH. (KIMBROUGH ??) Wit. GOURGE BISHOP, JEMINE BODINE. Ack. by JOHN GOLDIN, Bute, Aug. Court 1772, BEN McCULLOCH, C.C. Reg. 7 Nov. 1772, by JAS. JOHNSON, P.R.

DB-5 page 8.
2 March 1773. JOHN GOLDEN(GOLDIN),JR. & NANCY GOLDEN to Thomas SHERROD, both of Bute Co. 100 Pds. Va. money for 330 A. in Bute Co. on SS Tarr River where sd. JOHN GOLDIN now lives, adj. PARKS & old line of SIMS. Wit: JAS. MARTIN. Ack: by JOHN GOLDEN, JR., Bute August Court 1774, BEN McCULLOCH, C.C. Reg: 5 September 1774, by JAMES JOHNSON, P.R.
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Many surnames in Bute/Warren Co., NC show up in Wilkes and Lincoln Co., GA.

Thanks again,
Anita Golden Kellum


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