Danny Lamar Gober1
- [S727] Danny Lamar Gober, "Email from Danny Lamar Gober," e-mail message to e-mail address, 4nov2000, Subject:
Danny Lamar Gober
Sat, 4 Nov 2000 23:29:57 -0800
"Gober, Danny-ALT" <e-mail address>
"'e-mail address'" <e-mail address>
This is amazing for me to find! I knew my cousin Carolyn had been working on
our geneology, but to find a website is stunning. I don't kn why I even
typed in Gober for a search, But I am more than pleased at what I have
I do need to provide you with a little more information and some
First, my wife's name(maiden) is Susan Marie Miranda(not Mendosa). My
daughter, Kristy Michelle married Joseph Gonsalves Jr. 12 September 1994. My
grandson, Riley Joseph Gonsalves was born 21 January 1999.
My grandmother, Lena Moore Gober died 24 May 1970, and was intered 27 May
1970. My grandfather Johnnie Gordon Gober was retired from Hughes Machine
Works in 1964. He the woked as a carpenter with his son-in-law Spencer
Kelly, retiring full time in 1972.
I would be extremely grateful for any information you have regarding
addresses and e-mails for the family of Johnnie Gordon Gober.
Thank you for the effort in putting this information together. I look
forward to your reply, as well as discovering "where you fit" in MY family
tree! One of you I think I know rather well, but I'll soon discover if I am
Danny. Hereinafter cited as "Email."
Daphne Voncille Gober
Darie Loretta Gober
Darla J. Gober
Darling C. Gober1
- [S503] Unknown compiler, Census, Dade County, Georgia 1900 (n.p.: n.pub.).
Darryl Doyt Gober
- [S1135] Sr. Carl Atwood Elliot, One Hundred Years of Memories, An Oral History of Red Bay Alabama, (1888-1988) (Times Printing Company of Fulton, Mississippi: Red Bay Civitan Club, Red Bay, Alabama, November 1, 1995), page 171. Hereinafter cited as One Hundred Years of Memories.
Darvin Wayne Gober
David Brian Gober
David Bruce Gober
- John Wesley Gober
David C. Gober1
Children of David C. Gober and Margaret L. _________
- [S599] Unknown compiler, Soundex, 1880, Milton County, Georgia (n.p.: n.pub.).
David C. Gober1
- [S509] Unknown compiler, Soundex, 1920, Fulton County, Georgia (n.p.: n.pub.), E.D. 65, Sheet 17, Line 8, in hshld of uncle, Harris C. Gober.
David Earl Gober
and only child, of William Gober who was the son of Henry Gober and Ann McCauley of
Franklin co.MS. Dave's son, Charles Cunan Gober 'Cunny', told me David's mother was a
McKay but he did not know her first name. She died when Dave was 2.
In the Attala, MS 1860 census Dave age 2 and his father, William, were in the home of
William's mother, Ann McCauley Gober Williams.
In the 1870 Leake, MS census Dave age 13 was in the home of his uncle George
Washington Gober, after that he seem to disappear for awhile.
The next census record I have found for him is Wilkinson co. MS, 1900, with his wife,
Laura Annie Anders and children: Some of the names in the census were incorrect,
correct names of the children are as follows. William Henry Gober 'Will' [md Maud Brown], Almeada Adrisha Gober 'Meadie' [md. 1st George Neal Ashley, 2nd. Joseph Charlie Clark, 3nd.Oscar Walker], Janie Adlia Gober, my grandmother, [md Lonnie Nathan Ashley], Dewitt Gober, killed in WWI, Charles Cunan Gober 'Cunny' [md Susie A. Richardson]
I have not found a record of the marriage [est 1886] or where they lived before coming to
Wilkinson co. MS.
Uncle Cunny told me Uncle Will was born in Byhalia, MS. I 'think' the other children
were born in Wilkinson co.
David's wife, Laura Annie Permila Anders, died 12 Aug 1907, in Perrytown, Wilkinson,
MS. on land owned by George Neal Ashley.
My grandpa, Lonnie Nathan Ashley, told me that at the time of Laura’s death, there was
no food in the house and Dave had gone 'north' to see relatives to find help for his family.
He returned to find his wife dead and his two younger sons ill. Grandpa said he, Lonnie
Ashley, took money he had earned for a cotton crop he had raised of land his father,
George Neal Ashley had allowed him to farm, and bought medicine for Uncle Dewitt and
Uncle Cunny. The next year he md. grandma, her sister, Almeadie was his step-mother,
for a while.
Abt 1910, Dave took his two youngest sons and went to Winnsboro, Franklin, Louisiana.
He went to the home of Jeff and Lorinda Richardson Walker. It is unclear whether he
knew them before that time. I was told my Aunt Susie, their daughter and later Uncle
Cunny’s wife, the entire Walker family had Small Pox when Dave arrived. Her mother
tried to turn him away but Dave said he had had the small pox and he stayed to nurse
the family through their illness.
From the way Aunt Susie talked, Dave came alone at that time but came back later with
his sons, Cunny and Dewitt, living for a while in Concordia Co, around Clayton, and then
moving on to Winnsboro, Franklin, LA.
Returning to Wilkinson co. MS either in late Dec 1911 or early Jan of 1912, they found
Sandy Creek flooding it's banks. Dave became soaked trying to cross and caught
pneumonia. He died in the charity hospital in Natchez, Adams, MS, 20 Jan 1912 and
was buried in a pauper grave behind the Old Natchez cemetery. They had no money for a
headstone. By: Virginia Ewing.3
Children of David Henry Gober and Laura Annie Anders
- [S532] Unknown compiler, compiler, "Compiler: Ewing, Viirginia Brewster, Pippin,"; Furnish computer printout and update of her research on the lineage of David Henry Gober, Ancestral File unknown repository, unknown repository address.
- [S575] Unknown compiler, Census, 1900, Wilkinson County, Mississippi (n.p.: n.pub.).
- [S532] Unknown compiler, "Compiler: Ewing, Viirginia Brewster, Pippin,", Ancestral File.
David Howard Gober
David James Gober
David Lee Gober
David Wayne Gober
Living people being removed from pages
Starting Oct 1, 2015 anyone who is living will slowly be removed fom the web pages. The world has changed and in order to reduce the possibility of this data being used against those people who's names appear here I am regretfully turning this sight into an historic only site. So far I have heard of no occurrences of foul play but the time has come for a change. Updates will still be maintained and accepted for living people but they will not appear online. In addition, even though email addresses are masked from spammers, I will be slowly removing them from the web. If you wish to keep or remove your email information or names on the source pages please let me know. I will try to accomodate you the best I can.