Obediah Goodman [[Goodman-5005]] is listed as the son of a man named Joseph Goodman [[Goodman-2114]] and a woman named Nancy Moytoy Goodman [[Moytoy-214]] with a duplicate, Moytoy-148.
Joseph Goodman of Albemarle County, Virginia is well documented. He was born about 1741 in Hanover County, Virginia. The application for his Revolutionary War pension documents his life, his marriage to a woman named Nancy (an Ancestry compilation of Virginia Marriage records gives her maiden name as Nancy Mickie and the date of their marriage as Dec 2., 1786), and his death January 16, 1826. He never lived any where but Virginia, spending his adult life in Albemarle County. Nancy remained there until her death which occurred after 1855. [see Fold3 Revolutionary War Pensions, Virginia, Veteran: Goodman, Joseph, Pensioner: Nancy Goodman]. The 1850 U.S. Census (Year: 1850; Census Place: Albemarle, Virginia; Roll: M432_932; Page: 212A; Image: 428) shows an 83 year old Nancy living with several people named Michie. There is nothing whatsoever to connect this Joseph and Nancy with any Cherokee people or with Obediah Goodman, born in Tennessee in 1770.
Nancy Moytoy Goodman in Wikitree is described as the daughter of a Cherokee man named Willenawah, wife of a man named The Badger. Willenawah has no known descendants. Many claim that he was the father of Doublehead and several siblings, but there is no evidence of this. Doublehead did apparently have a sister named Na-ni, or Nance, since she is named in a letter dated 1812. James Hicks theorizes that she was married to a man named The Badger, and that several individuals listed on the Mullay Roll of 1848 with a last name of Oguma or Badger, are their descendants, again without supporting documentation.
There is no suggestion anywhere that Doublehead’s sister was ever married to, or connected with, a man named Joseph Goodman.
I could not find Obediah Goodman in any on-line census or marriage records in Tennessee or Kentucky between 1770 and 1850. “Albathy Goodman” (a female) is found on the 1830 census in Floyd County, KY. [1830; Census Place: Floyd, Kentucky; Series: M19; Roll: 36; Page: 87; Family History Library Film: 0007815]. “Alla Goodman” is found in the home of Sarah Patton on the 1850 census. [Year: 1850; Census Place: My District, Floyd, Kentucky; Roll: M432_200; Page: 436A; Image: 64]. In 1860 “Altithy Goodman” and in 1870 “Ally Goodman” is living with the family of Richard Martin, still in Floyd County.