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Subject: GODWIN-D Digest V97 #2
GODWIN-D DigestVolume 97 : Issue 2
#1 Re: Save the National Archives! [Danell Aukerman <]
#2 David Godwin, NC 
Date: Tue, 27 May 1997 08:23:11 +0000
From: Danell Aukerman <>
Subject: Re: Save the National Archives!
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If, (before you write a letter), you would like more details about what
is proposed, here is the WEB site to go to:
> I apologize in advance if you receive this message more than once.
> Vol. 14 No. 3 Florida Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society, Inc. Newsletter
> "John H Carlin, former Governor of Kansas an now the country's top
> archivist, is proposing a program to close all 12 of the regional archive
> locations. The regional offices are found in 1) Waltham, MA holds records
> for states of Conneticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode
> and Vermont; 2) New York, NY holds records for New York, New Jersey,
> Rico and the US Virgin Islands; 3) Philadelphia holds records for
> Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia; 4) East Point, GA has
> records for Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North
> Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee; 5) Chicago, IL holds records for
> Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin; 6) Kansas
> MO has records for Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska; 7) Fort Worth, TX
> holds records for Arizona, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas; 8)
> Denver, CO holds records for Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South
> Utah and Wyoming and some records created in New Mexico and Arizona; 9)
> Laguna Niguel, CA holds records for Northern California, Hawaii, Nevada
> (except for Clark County) and the American Samoa Islands; 11) Seattle, WA
> holds records for Idaho, Oregon and Washington; 12) Anchorage, AK holds
> records for Alaska.
> Carlin proposes to build two mega-archives, perhaps in Washington, DC and
> in either California or Kansas. The plan calls for all of the microfilm
> the present archives to be deposited in university libraries and public
> libraries-neither of which has the space nor staff to accommodate the
> millions of researchers who use these regional archives. Presently the
> regional archives have trained, professional staff persons in place.
> If you wish that the archives system to remain as it is write to Carlin
> The National Archives, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001.
> Remember-if you wait for someone else to write the letter it may not get
> J E N N I F E R G O D W I N
> P.O. Box 9943 Stanford, CA 94309-1643
> URL: http://www-leland.stanford.edu/~jenkg/
Date: Wed, 28 May 1997 21:06:23 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: David Godwin, NC
Hello Godwin Researchers;
I am searching for information on DAVID GODWIN, b. between 1755-1774,
according to the 1800 Bladen Co. NC census records. He had at least 2 sons,
Thomas and David, both being born between 1791-1800. Other Godwins listed in
same census were Jesse, Pierce, Reddick and Stephen Godwin - all listed
between the ages of 26-45.
David Godwin apparently died around 1815-16, leaving a widow [name unk?] and
some children. A deed record filed in Columbus County NC in 1833 indicated
that heirs of David Godwin sold '105 acres on West side of Porter Swamp 'being
the land laid off by the Court of Bladen for the support of the widow and
children of David Godwin agreeable to an Act of Assembly" [14 Dec 1816]....hei
rs listed were: Edward Wilson, David Godwin, Maturin Branton and Allen
Watkins. The land was sold to Reddick Godwin and deed was witnessed by Garret
and Thomas Godwin.
I believe that this same David Godwin also had some land transactions in
Edgecombe County, NC between 1779-1782 wherein he sold land to Alexander
Godwin and said deeds being witnessed by Pierce Godwin.
I would appreciate any information on this Godwin ancestor -