Person:Joannah Goad (1)

Watchers
Joannah Goad
d.1773 Virginia
  1. Joannah Goad1723 - 1773
  2. John Goad1729 - ABT 1792
  3. Hannah Goad1732 -
  4. William Goad1734 -
  5. Ann Goad1737 -
  6. Abraham GoadABT 1740 - ABT 1816
  7. Robert GoadABT 1742 -
  8. Elizabeth Goad1746 -
m. 1744
  1. Gen. John Sevier1745 - 1815
  2. Col. Valentine Sevier1747 - 1800
  3. Capt. Robert Sevier1749 - 1780
  4. Elizabeth SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  5. Bethenia SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  6. Sophia SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  7. Catherine SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  8. Mary 'Polly' Sevierabt 1752/53 - bef 1804
  9. Abraham Sevier1760 - 1841
  10. Joseph Sevier, I1764 - 1826
Facts and Events
Name Joannah Goad
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1 NOV 1723 Richmond County, Virginia
Marriage 1744 Culpeper, Virginia, United Statesto Valentine Sevier
Death[1] 1773 Virginia

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(24) Joanna4 GOAD, (John3 GOAD, Abraham2, Richard1 GOURD) was born Nov 1,1723 in Virginia, Bedford Co., Va., and in 1744 in Culpepper Co., Va, married (82) Valentine SEVIER, son of Valentine Sevier and Mary SMITH, who was born Feb 1, 1701/1702 in St Giles Parish, London, England. Joanna died after Aug 15, 1773 in Virginia, Rockingham Count, Va. Valentine died on Dec 30, 1803 in Carter City, Near Watauga Settlement, Carter County, Tn. Valentine was married to Jemima YOUNG. (MY LINE GOES TO THE ABRAHAM GOAD'S DAUGHTER HANNAH WHO MARRIED TOBIAS PHILLIPS

    From Sevier Family History, pg. 526.

DEAT PLAC Carter City, Near Watauga Settlement, Carter County, TN Valeninte Sevier II and Joanna Goad Sevier settled in Culpepper Co., Va, moving later to Rockingham County, Va, where John Sevier, their eldest child and the most famous member of their family, was born Septmeber 23, 1745. Valentine Sevier arrived on Watauga Settlement, December 25, 1773 accompanied by 5 sons and 3 daughters to join his son Valentine who was already there. Immigrated to United States about 1740 in Orange County, Virginia. He took the oath of allegiance on August 27, 1778. He died at the Watauga Settlement in Carter County. It is possible hthat he was buried in the Green Hill Cemetery, Carter County, Tennessee on 12-31-1803. (from Nancy Seiver Madden)

 Children:
          83   +       Robert5 SEVIER, Capt.   b.        1749  d. Oct 16 1780
          84   +       John SEVIER, Gen.       b. Sep 23 1745  d. Sep 24 1865
          85   +       Valintine SEVIER, Col.  b.        1747  d. Feb 23 1800
          86   +       Mary "Polly" SEVIER     b.c       17
          87   +       Catherine SEVIER        b.c       1755  d. Sep  6 1824
          88   +       Charles SEVIER  b.c       17
          89   +       Bethenia SEVIER b.c       17
          90   +       Abraham SEVIER  b. Feb 14 1760  d. Jun 18 1841
          91   +       Elizabeth SEVIER        b.c       17
          92   +       Sophia SEVIER   b.c       1764
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Family Tree Maker site - Ancestors of Frank Buckley Adams - Mason City, IA.