by: Henry H. & Keuttah (Goswick) Kennemore
Children mentioned in Will
Quiller/Aquilla Goswick was son
of Thomas and Elizabeth (Yanston) Gostwick of Baltimore Co. Md.. Aquilla
Goswick left a will and mentions his wife Elizabeth and son's Daniel
and Thomas Goswick. There were no other's listed in the will except
for those three. Also, note Court Records on
2 males under 16 years of age born ca.
1 female under 16 years of age born ca. 1774-1790) Maryland
Daniel Goswick, son of Quiller/Aquilla
and Elizabeth (Stansbury/Stansberry) Goswick of Baltimore Co. Md.. Daniel
and Sarah Goswick were witnessess to William Meads Will.
Thomas Goswick (m) Apr. 15, 1800
Elizabeth Lauder(note marriages in Balt.Co.Md.)
Did Thomas Goswick die before 1808 ?, and did his wife Elizabeth Goswick then marry in 1808 Thomas Davis?
This Thomas Goswick may be one
of the son's of Daniel & Sarah Goswick of Baltimore Co. Md.
Baltimore County Maryland
Baltimore County to wit on the
10th day of October 179? came ABRAHAM STANSBURY & DANIEL
GOSWICK two of the (????) bring evidence to the aforegoing last will
and Testament of William Mead late of said County deceased and doth make
oath that they did see the Testor sign and seal this will. WITNESSES:
Abraham Stansbury, Daniel Goswick, Sarah Goswick (her mark)
BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND COURT RECORDS
Thomas Goswick an orphan boy of the age of fifteen years is bound to James STANSBURY to learn the trade of a taylor to be taught to read write and arithmatick as far as the rules of three are to be found in, sufficient meat drink wshing lodging and (?) at his expiration of this time customary freedom dues. COURT ADJOWNS TILL TOMORROW MORNING AT 9 OCLOCK.
According to those records and year recorded, this Thomas Goswick was born ca. 1770, but there is a possibility that he was born earlier than the year 1770 since his father died in 1781.
Goswick Genealogies by: kgk