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Goldsberry Adkins

Birthplace: Giles County, Virginia, United States
Death: November 02, 1890 (75)
Lincoln County, West Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Goldsberry Cemetery, Hamlin, Lincoln County, West Virginia
Immediate Family:

Son of David Adkins, Soldier of the Revolution and Sylvaneous Adkins
Husband of Cynthia Ann Adkins and Mary Susan Adkins
Father of Elliott Adkins; Julia Ann "Juliann" Adkins; Martin Adkins; Sarah L. Adkins; Victoria Adkins and 3 others
Brother of Fanny Adkins; Martin Adkins; Elliott Adkins; Green L. Adkins; husband Lafayette Adkins and 4 others
Half brother of David Adkins, Jr.; Adelphia Adkins; Susanna "Susan" Adkins; Mark Adkins; Luke G. Adkins and 2 others

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About Goldsberry Adkins

Goldsberry Adkins 1815 - 1890 Birth: Jan 31 1815 Giles County, West Virginia, United States Description: Physical description: Was the son of David and Sylvaneous "Sylvia" Adkins. Married Cynthia Ann Lovejoy in 1842 and had 4 children, Martin, Elliott, Julia Ann "Juliann", and Sarah L. After she died in 1860, he married Mary Susan Egnor in 1862. He was nearly killed during the Civil War. He and his brother, John and John's son Andrew were attacked by horse thieves and Goldsberry was shot in the neck. The bullet was never removed.

Marriage to: Confirmed Mary Susan Adkins (born Egnor (Dutch/NA)) Mar 27 1862 Kanawha (Wayne) County, (West) Virginia Death: Nov 20 1890 Lincoln County, West Virginia, United States Burial: Goldsberry Cemetery - Sias, Lincoln County, West Virginia, United States

1870 Census Head of household age 55 Union Township Lincoln County WV

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Goldsberry Adkins's Timeline

January 31, 1815
Giles County, Virginia, United States
Cabell County, West Virginia
October 17, 1843
Cabell County, Virginia, United States
August 1845
Cabell County, West Virginia
Boone County, West Virginia
August 7, 1864
Boone County, West Virginia
November 1866
Lincoln County, West Virginia