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Rebecca Goe (Boone)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Yadkin River, Rowan County, Province of North Carolina
Death: Died in Clark County, Kentucky, United States
Place of Burial: Clark County, Kentucky, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Colonel Daniel Morgan Boone, I and Rebecca Ann Boone
Wife of Philip Goe and Philip Goe
Mother of Nelly Goe; Nathan Boone Goe; Noble Goe; William C Goe; Tarleton Goe and 8 others
Sister of Agnes Robinson; James Boone; Israel Boone; Jemima (Boone) Callaway (1762-1834); Lavina Scholl and 6 others

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Managed by: Katherine Elizabeth Hayden
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About Rebecca Goe

http://www.usgennet.org/usa/mo/topic/afro-amer/upperla/pafg04.htm

Phillip Goe was born 24 Mar 1767. He died Mar 1829 in , Nicholas Co, Kentucky. Phillip married Rebecca Boone.

Rebecca Boone [Parents] was born 26 May 1767 in Yakin, Rowan, Nc. She died 14 Jul 1805 in , Clark, Mo. Rebecca married Phillip Goe.

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They had the following children:

     		M 	i 	Daniel B. Goe.[Notes]
     		M 	ii 	Nathan B. Goe died after 1854.[Notes]
     		M 	iii 	Noble Goe was born about 1797.
     		M 	iv 	Tarleton Goe died after 1854.[Notes]
     		F 	v 	Nelly Goe.
     		F 	vi 	Dorcas Goe.[Notes]
     		M 	vii 	William Goe was born 1820 and died before 1868.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=14556218&ref=wvr

http://heart2heartstories.com/tag/flanders-callaway/

The most romantic event of early pioneer Kentucky took place near the Boonesborough settlement about the middle of July, 1776. Late Sunday afternoon, the fourteenth, Elizabeth and Frances, the daughters of Colonel Richard Callaway, and Jemima, the daughter of Captain Daniel Boone, were canoeing on the Kentucky River just below the town. Elizabeth was a little less than sixteen years old, while the other two girls were not more than fourteen. The three girls steered their canoe toward the side to gather flowers…. While the canoe was near the shore, an Indian came suddenly out of the canebreak and began to push it toward the land. At first the girls thought he was a Negro slave, who had recently run away from the settlement. One of the Callaway girls tried to jump into the water, but was prevented; while her sister fought the captor unsuccessfully with her paddle. Four other Indians now quickly appeared, and the girls were immediately taken ashore and the boat set adrift. The cries and shrieks of the girls were hushed by threats of flourished knives and tomahawks. Jemima, who had an injured foot, refused to proceed with her savage kidnappers until she was threatened with death and she was provided with moccasins. The clothing of the three was cut off at their knees to facilitate their walking through the woods.

Fannie and Jemima were watching a large Indian called “Big Jimmy” spitting meat. When Jemima saw the blood spurt from his breast and heard the gun-fire, she cried “That’s Daddy’s gun.” “Big Jimmy” grasped his side and ran away half bent. His companions followed, leaving practically everything except one gun. One of them, as he ran, flung his tomahawk at Betsy’s head, which it barely missed. The whites rushed in quickly with a low yell. Betsy, who was a decided brunette and whose color was still further enhanced by fatigue and exposure, was mistaken by one of the men for an Indian. He raised his gun and was about to strike her with the butt of it, when his arm was arrested by Boone…. The party gathered the plunder left by the savages and returned joyfully toward Boonesborough. Just before reaching the Kentucky River it was joined by Colonel Callaway’s group of horsemen, who had crossed the trail of the retreating Indians, and, concluding that the girls had been rescued, returned to Boonesborough. During the month of August Samuel Henderson and Elizabeth Callaway were married, and in the following year marriages also took place between Frances Callaway and Colonel Holder, and Jemima Boone and Flanders Callaway.


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Rebecca Goe's Timeline

1768
May 26, 1768
Yadkin River, Rowan County, Province of North Carolina
1788
1788
Age 19
1790
1790
Age 21
Nicholas County, Kentucky, United States
1791
January 28, 1791
Age 22
Nicholas County, Kentucky, United States
1792
January 28, 1792
Age 23
Nicholas County, Kentucky, United States
January 28, 1792
Age 23
1792
Age 23
Nicholas County, Kentucky, United States
1794
October 30, 1794
Age 26
Kentucky, United States