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Frederick Goss of Rowan County, North Carolina : and his descendants

compiled by Lois Ione Hotchkiss Heuss (Mrs. John Sanford Heuss)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original published: Akron, Ohio : L.I.H. Heuss, 1968. xii, 617 p.

Frederick Goss appears in the records of Rowan County, North Carolina, in 1766. He was age 65 at the time. It appears from the records that he followed his four children to Rowan County from Pennsylvania in his later years, other children may have settled elsewhere. His son, Frederick, probably immigrated to America with his father as a child. He was living in Rowan County, North Carolina, by 1759. He married Isabella Rickard, the daughter of Jacob Rickard in 1761. He was a land owner, a planter, and furnished supplies for the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. In his will, probated in 1804, he lists his wife and twelve living children. Descendants lived in North Carolina, Indiana, Missouri, Texas, and elsewhere.

Includes the Bodenhamer, Gray, Hedrick, Martin, and other related families.

Includes index.

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