Person:William Goodson (3)

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Ensign William Goodson
b.25 December 1759 Frederick County, Maryland
d.20 September 1845 Carroll County, Missouri
m. abt. 1756
  1. Ensign William Goodson1759 - 1845
  2. Anne 'Nancy' Goodson1760 - bet 1846-1850
  3. John Goodson1763 - 1829
  4. Sarah Goodson1765 - 1806
  5. Josiah Goodson1767 - 1879
  6. Mary 'Polly' Goodson1769 - 1819
  7. Martha Goodson1772 - 1819
  8. Jane Goodson1774 - 1818
  9. Joseph Goodson1776 - abt 1843
  10. Rhoda 'Rhody' Goodson1780 - bet 1847-1849
  11. Margaret Anna Goodsonabt 1783 - 1845
  12. Amelia 'Mealy' Goodson1784 - bet 1806-1807
m. 13 July 1784
  1. William Goodson1785 - 1830
  • HEnsign William Goodson1759 - 1845
  • WMargaret Reed1762 - 1844
m. 12 January 1790
  1. Samuel Reed Goodson1792 - 1872
  2. Josiah GoodsonAbt 1794 - Bet 1860 - 1870
  3. Thomas Otis Goodson1805 - 1895
Facts and Events
Name Ensign William Goodson
Gender Male
Birth? 25 December 1759 Frederick County, Maryland
Marriage 13 July 1784 Botetourt County, Virginiato Elizabeth Wickham
Marriage 12 January 1790 Botetourt County, Virginiato Margaret Reed
Death? 20 September 1845 Carroll County, Missouri


Marriage Record in Botetourt County, Va

  • William Goodson m. Margaret Reed - January 12, 1790 in Botetourt CO VA; Bond, Martin McFarren; Consent, Samuel Read father; wit. Andrew Telford & John Goodson.



American Revolutionary War Veteran

Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 2, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Goodson, William, born 12/1759 in Frederick County, Maryland; moved at age 2 with parents to Virginia; entered service 1776 in Botetourt County, Virginia; granted Pension 1838 in Cumberland County, Kentucky; query letter in file in 1919 from Mrs. Guy K. Llywellyn, Tacoma, Washington, descendant of Elizabeth, daughter of George whose father was either Thomas or William Goodson, Revolutionary War soldier's of Floyd County, Virginia; query letter in 1914 from descendant Mrs. Nannie D. Morehead, Carrollton, Missouri, states soldier moved to Kentucky, thence to Carroll County, Missouri & died 3/15/1844. F-S30440, R1092.