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(1761 - 1840)

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(1724 - 1813)

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(1698 - 1750)

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(1669 - 1733)

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(1641 - 1676)

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(1590 - 1657)

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(1540 - 1593)
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Lewis Carlan Goble

 

Born: 28 Apr 1813, Lincoln County, NC
Died:  May 1880, Catawba County, NC

 
 

Lewis Carlan Goble was born on 28 Apr 1813 in the Catawba River Area, Lincoln/Catawba County, NC.  His parents were Corban Goble and Elizabeth Robinson.

Lewis married Evi Hefner on 30 Jun 1839 in Lincoln/Catawba County.  Evi was born in 1813.  She was the daughter of John Hefner and Elizabeth Wallace.

                               

1840 Census

                               
Name of Heads of Families Free White Persons, Including Heads of Families
Males Females
20 & Under 30 Under 5 20 & Under 30
 Lewis Goble 1 1 1
                               
                               
                               
                               
In 1940, Lewis & Evi would have been 26/27-years-old.  Their first child, Harriett Lucinda, was born 29 Oct 1839.
                               
                               
                               

1850 Catawba County Census

                               
First Name Last Name Age Sex Occupation Value of Real Estate Place of Birth
Lewis Goble 36 M Farmer $275 Alexander
Evi " 33 F     "
Lucinda " 11 F     "
David " 9 M     "
John " 7 M     "
Martha " 5 F     "
Mary " 4 F     "
Caroline " 1 F     "
                               
                               
By 1850, Lewis & Evi had 5 children living on the modest family farm.  Before it was finished, Lewis & Evi would have 11 children.
                               
 
Children of Lewis Carlan Goble and Evi Hefer
Name Birth Date Death Date Spouse
Harriett Lucinda Goble 29 Oct 1839 03 Jul 1911 Andrew Jackson Christopher
David Goble 1841    
John Goble 1843    
Martha Ann Goble 12 Mar 1844 07 Jan 1926 Rufus Dagenhardt
Mary Magdalena Goble 1846   Harrison Gibson
Corban Goble 18 Feb 1848 31 Jul 1928 Margaret Goble
Caroline Goble 1849    
Emanuel Goble Abt. 1850   Mittie Miller
Delila Goble Abt. 1850    
Elizabeth Goble 1855    
Catherine Goble 02 Dec 1856 19 Jun 1931 W. D. Mecimore
                               
                               
                               
The 1850 Catawba County Agricultural Census gives more information on the Goble farm.
                               
                               

1850 Catawba County Agricultural Census

                               
 
Name of Owner: Lewis Goble Value of Livestock: $75 Wheat, # of Bushels: 18
Improved (Land): 50 acres Horses: 1 Rye, # of Bushels:  8
Unimproved (Land):  55 acres Mules: 0 Indian Corn Bushels:  250
Cash Value of Farm: $275 Milk Cows: 0 Oats, # of Bushels:  39
Value of Farm Implements :  $20 Working Oxen: 0    
    Other Cattle: 1 Tobacco: 80
Beeswax & Honey, Lbs. of:  12 Sheep: 4    
Value of Homemade Manufactures: $50 Swine: 7    
                               
                               
                               
                               

1860 Catawba County Census

                               
First Name Last Name Age Sex Occupation Real
Estate
Value
Personal
Estate
Birth Attended
School
> 21
Can't
Read or
Write
Lewis Goble 50 M Farmer $1000 $650 NC    
Evi " 40 F       "   X
Lucinda " 20 F       "    
David " 19 M       " X  
John " 17 M       " X  
Martha " 15 F       " X  
Mary " 13 F       " X  
Corban " 12 M       " X  
Emanuel " 10
Twin
M       " X  
Delila " 10
Twin
F       " X  
Elizabeth " 6 F       " X  
Catherine " 4 F       " X  
                               
The 1860 Census shows Lewis Carlan's age as 50, but he was actually only 47.  Lewis & Evi had 10 children, including a set of twins - Emanuel & Delila.
                               
                               
                               

1860 Catawba County Agricultural Census

 
 
Name of Owner: Lewis Goble Value of Livestock: $450 Wheat, # of Bushels:  63
Improved (Land): 40 acres Horses: 4 Rye, # of Bushels:  0
Unimproved (Land): 26 acres Mules:  0 Indian Corn Bushels: 700
Cash Value of Farm: $1000 Milk Cows: 3 Oats, # of Bushels:  10
Value of Farm Implements : $80 Working Oxen: 0    
    Other Cattle: 4 Tobacco: 30
Beeswax & Honey, Lbs. of: 10 Sheep: 4    
Value of Homemade Manufactures: $110 Swine: 19    
                               
The Cash Value of Lewis's farm had increased from $275 to $1000 in 10 years.  He must have sold part of his farm, because his acreage had decreased from 105 acres to 66 acres.  He had more horses, milk cows and swine on the farm.
                               
                               
                               

1870 Catawba County Census

                               
Last Name First Name Age Sex Race Occupation Real
Estate
Value
Personal
Estate
Value
Birth
Place
Can't
Read
Can't
Write
Males
21+
Goble Lewis 56 M W Farmer $450 $450 NC     X
------- Evi 50 F W Keeping
House
    NC X X  
------- Martha 24 F W At home     NC X X  
------- Mary 22 F W At home     NC   X  
------- Corban 21 M W At home     NC     X
------- Manuel 19 M W At home     NC   X  
------- Delila 19 F W At home     NC X X  
------- Elizabeth 15 F W At home     NC X X  
------- Catherine 13 F W At home     NC X X  
Hedrick Jacob 10 M W At home     NC X X  
                               
                               
By 1870, several of Lewis & Evi's children had married and left home.  They were raising Lucinda's son Jacob Hedrick/Goble who was 10-years-old at the time.
                               
                               
                               
Lewis Carlan Goble died May 1880, leaving behind the following will.  
                               
Lewis Goble

Last Will & Testament, 1880

Will Book 2, p. 224 - 225, Catawba County, NC

 

I, Lewis Goble, of the County of Catawba, and state of North Carolina, being of sound mind and memory, but considering the uncertainty of my earthly existence do make and declare this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say,

First, that my executor hereinafter (named)  shall provide for my body a decent burial, and attend to this will vowed.

Item 1st,  I give and devise to my son Emanuel Goble all my lands and the said Emanuel Goble is to maintain his Father & Mother during life and his sisters namely Delila, Elizabeth and Catharine Goble, as long as they remain single.  Also the said Emanuel Goble is to maintain my grandson Jacob Hedrick as long as he wishes to remain with him.   The above named children is required while they stay with my son Emanuel Goble to do all that they can to assist him on the farm and in the house to make a support.

Item 2nd,  I will and bequeath to my beloved wife Eva Goble, all my household and kitchen furniture of every description also one black horse, also two head of cattel (cattle) her choice, also all my sheep & hogs for the use of the family and all my farming implements of all kind for the use of the family now at home.

Item 3rd,  I will all the provision now on hand and the present crop to go to the use of the present family at home.

Item 4th,  I will and bequeath to my grandson Jacob Hetrick (Hedrick) one young mare, also the said Jacob Hetrick (Hedrick) is not to trade the said mare until he comes upon age, also my son Emanuel Goble is to pay to Jacob Hetrick (Hedrick) fifteen dollars when he becomes twenty-one years of age.

Item 4, my son Emanuel Goble is to pay to each of my daughters namely Delila, Elizabeth, & Catharine fifteen dollars.

Item 5th,  my son Emanuel Goble is to pay to my other three daughters namely, Lucinda Christopher, Martha Ann Dagenhart, & Mary Magdalena Goble each five dollars.

Item 6th, my son Emanuel Goble is to pay to my son Corban Goble five dollars.

And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my son Emanuel Goble my lawful executor to all intents and purposes to execute this my Last Will and Testament according to the true intent and meaning of the same, hereby revoking and declaring utterly void all other Wills & Testaments by me heretofore made in witnep (witness) whereof I the said Lewis Goble do hereunto set my hand seal this 12th day of March 1880.

Signed sealed published and declared by the said Lewis Goble to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who at  his presence do inscribe our names as witnepes (witnesses) thereto attest.

Lewis Goble
J. B. Little
Q. M. Smith

 

The execution of the foregoing papers writing was this the 29th May 1880, duly proved before me, by the oath and examination of J. B. Little and Q. M. Smith subscribing witnep (witness) thereto, therefore let said will & certificate be recorded.

M. O. Sherrill
Judge of Probate

Application recorded in appointment of Executors Executor qualified and letters issued.
                               
                               
Evi continued to run the family farm with the help of Emanuel "Manuel", Delila, Elizabeth, Catherine and Jacob. 
                               

1880 Catawba County Census

                               
Last
Name
First
Name
Race Sex Age Relation Single
Married
Widowed
Occupation Can't
Read
Can't
Write
Birth
Place
Goble Evey W F 65   W   X X NC
------- Manuel W M 26 Son/Twin M Farmer   X NC
------- Delilah W F 26 Dau/Twin S Keeps House X X NC
------- Elizabeth W F 24 Daughter   At home X X MC
------- Catherine W F 22 Daughter     X X NC
------- Jacob H. W M 18 G. Son         NC
                               
Grandson Jacob had learned to read and write. 
                               
                               

Evie is buried at Macedonia Baptist Church in Taylorsville, NC

                               
 
 

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