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DESCENDANTS OF AARON GOODWIN


by Jane A. Leavell

Descendants of Aaron Goodwin

GENERATION NO. 1

1. AARON GOODWIN was born Abt. 1753 in Virginia, and died October 26, 1828 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA. He married (1) SUSANNAH LEASURE in Maryland. She was born in Maryland, and died Bef. 1803 in Hinkston Station, Harrison, Kentucky, USA. He married (2) MARY CHAPMAN 1803 in Champaign County, Ohio, daughter of ELIJAH CHAPMAN and ACHSAH BORDEN. She was born Abt. 1785. She died about 1846 in White County, Illinois, USA.

Notes for Aaron Goodwin: O Notes for AARON GOODWIN:
One theory is that Aaron Goodwin's father (John?) was born in Ireland and moved to VA where Aaron was born. JOE WALTON FAMILY TREE at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1249397/person/-1964064138 has this posted, giving John a birthdate of 1725. According to John S. Goodwin's THE GOODWIN FAMILY IN AMERICA, Aaron Goodwin was born in 1753 in Virginia. (One grandson insisted to him that Aaron was born in Hartford, Connecticut--but a book on GOODWINS OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT doesn't include this Aaron.) http://www.shawhan.com/Notes/goodwin.html claims that Aaron was born August 18, 1754 in South Berwick, Maine, to Aaron GOODWIN (1702-1772) and Sarah Thompson, but gives no sources and it seems unlikely. Quaker Goodwins from VA did move to Brownsville, PA, and then to Cincinnati and Dayton OH and to Indiana. Was Aaron a Quaker?

He removed from Virginia to the Cumberland Valley in Maryland as a young man, where he married Susannah Leasure/Lazure/Leisure/LaZear/Lashire. Was she the daughter of Eldest Leasure? Other accounts say they married in Pennsylvania or Kentucky. They had five sons and one daughter.

In 1790, with his family, he moved past the Old Fort (later Brownsville, Fayette County, PA) and by flatboat to Maysville, Kentucky. They settled at Hinkston Station, KY, (later Harrison County), where Susannah died. Some of the children remained in Kentucky with their mother's people. Others went with Aaron to Champaign County, Ohio, where in 1803 he married Mary Chapman, who removed from Virginia to OH "at a very early age." They moved to Urbana, OH, and began their family.

Due to his prejudice against slavery, Aaron moved from Kentucky to Illinois in 1809, settling 12 miles east of St. Louis. Some of the children from the first marriage left the family there to settle in MO and the Iowa/Illinois border.

Deciding to return to Ohio in 1812, he stopped 12 miles east of Princeton, Indiana. Judge John S. Goodwin says, "Being pleased with the appearance of the country, and winter approaching, he took possession of an abandoned log house, where he remained with his family through the winter, and he then settled half a mile north of Washington Indiana, where he died 26 October 1828." His daughter, Achsah (Axie) was the first of his family to be born in Indiana.

Our Aaron Goodwin was a teacher and farmer. He had six children by each wife.

An Aaron Goodwin appears in Cincinnati newspapers as having letters in the Lawrenceburg, IN post office 31 December 1815 and 31 March 1816.

Stella Bogner's ABSTRACTS OF PROBATE RECORDS has Aaron on Nov. 10, 1828; wife Mary; executor Benjamin Goodwin.

An Aaron Goodwin appears in a Delphi Township, Hamilton Co. OH census with Daniel and Nancy Goodwin.

Other unidentified Goodwins from the same area and time:
HOOSIER GENEALOGIST, 1972:
Rhoda Goodwin married Ezekial Jackson, May 21, 1801, by Josiah Post, JP in Hamilton County, Ohio
Moses Goodwin married Polly Deford, 14 Jan 1802 by Josiah Post, JP in Hamilton Co. OH

EARLY ROSTERS OF CINCINNATI AND HAMILTON CO. OH
Ben Goodwin of Dearborn Co. signed petition 13 Feb 1806
quotes WESTERN SPY newspaper for 1 April 1806 as reporting William Goodwin married Eliza Tucker 27 March 1806 by Rev. Matthew Wallace

Notes for SUSANNAH LEASURE:
Posted by Joe on December 29, 1998 at 13:14:05:
In Reply to: Susannah Leasure ca 1755 MD posted by Jane Leavell on October 14, 1998 at 19:17:01:
Jane, I was going through some old notes and came upon you post here on the forum. . .You might want to look in the line Abraham>Peter>Joseph for your Susannah. She is the only one that I can come up with that would have been in the Cumberland Valley in that time frame. Joseph Lazear's children (conjecture here) were born in Frederick Co.I have no other information other than her existance as one of Joseph's children. FYI, she spelled her name La Zear according to my information. . .

ROOTSWEB Board for Harrison County:
LIZAR
Author: Lyn Gillson Date: 1 Aug 1998 6:00 AM
Classification: Queries
Peter Lizar (Lyser, Elizer), b.c.1751-60, Probably in Md., possibly in Montgomery Co. His 2nd wife was b. c.1791-94. He is on the tax lists for Fayette Co. for f1794, 1796, 1799, 1801-04. He is in the Kentucky Census for Fayette Co for 1810, and for Harison Co. for 1820, 1830, and 1840. His daughter Nancy, b. 1805, married James K. Crawford in 1849. I am interested in any available information on his antecedents, and in other family members.

ANCESTRY.com has:
Husband: Peter Leasure
Father: Abraham(I) LeSueur Mother: Margarette \\
Wife: Father: Mother:
Marriage Date: Marriage Place:
Children:
Joseph Lazear
Jacob Lazear
John Lazear
Nathan Lazear
Manuel Lazear
Susanna Lazear
Stephan Lazear

Peter's parents Abraham LeSueur and Margarette had a son, Joseph, born abt. 1730 Switzerland, died in Garrard County, Kentucky, on 14 Oct 1835. His first wife was Elizabeth Montgomery, born abt 1735. He'd be the right age and right state to be the father of our Susannah.

10/16/2004
am looking for anyone related to Susannah Leasure. She is my 5th great grandmother. Born ca.1755 MD, married to Aaron Goodwin. I have her father as being Joseph Lazear, born: abt. 1730 in Switzerland, died: Oct. 14,1835 in Garrard Co., Ky. I have also found her father as Eldest Leasure.
I would really like to hear from anyone that has more information on Susannah's parents. Please e-mail me at jdpmiller at earthlink.net

Notes for MARY CHAPMAN:
Mary was born in either New Jersey or Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, removing from Virginia to Ohio at a very young age.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~monticue/William_Crabtree_Descendants_Helens_Line.htm
.....I show a Moses Goodwin (brother to Achsah--1st wife of George Washington Crabtree) owning land in Gibson Co-- R32, T3, R12 (SE 1/4, NW 1/2 S part of NE 1/4, NW 1/4) in Nov. 1848. This land was next to a William Crabtree (1858) NW 1/4, NE 1/4, S 32, T3, R12 (Book S--p. 343--Gibson Co)
.....This land was right on the Posey/Gibson line and Moses and his mom, Mary, owned land in Posey Co (1835) right across from the land in Gibson Co. This land is about 2 miles due north of Poseyville.
.....Evidently, the Goodwins and Crabtrees had land close to each other. By 1858, William had married his second wife.

Sources for Mary's children include Donald DuBois's World Tree at ancestry.com

Children of AARON GOODWIN and SUSANNAH LEASURE are:
2......i......JEREMIAH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1773, Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland; d. January 1850.
3......ii......WILLIAM GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1775.
4......iii......AARON LEASURE GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1778, Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland.
.....iv......THOMAS GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1782, Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland.
.....v......RUTH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1784, Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland.
5......vi......ENOCH GOODWIN, b. June 08, 1788, Pennsylvania; d. 1877, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

Children of AARON GOODWIN and MARY CHAPMAN are:
6......vii......BENJAMIN GOODWIN, b. August 17, 1804, Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, USA; d. August 11, 1877, Daviess County, Indiana.
7......viii......ELIJAH GOODWIN, b. January 16, 1807, Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, USA; d. October 07, 1879.
8......ix......MOSES GOODWIN, b. July 13, 1809, Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, USA; d. November 12, 1855.
9......x......LOURNA GOODWIN, b. February 22, 1812; d. June 22, 1855.
10......xi......JAMES CHARLES GOODWIN, b. Aft. 1819, Washington, Daviess, Indiana.
11......xii......ACHSAH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1819, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1860.

GENERATION NO. 2

2. JEREMIAH GOODWIN (AARON) was born Abt. 1773 in Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland, and died January 1850. He married CONTENT WILLIAMS.

U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules Index Record
Surname: JEREMIAH GOODWIN
Year: 1850
County: RIPLEY CO.
State: IN
Age: 70
Gender: M
Month of Death: JAN
State of Birth: NC
ID#: MRT197_122722
Occupation: FARMER
Cause of Death: CONSUMPTION

Banister, Nancy A. married Goodwin, Jeremiah on 22 Oct 1844 in Ripley County, Indiana

1850 Otter Creek, Ripley County, Indiana
Nancy Goodwin...32...IN
Anna Goodwin...4...IN
Ezekiel Edens...18...IN...farmer
William Edens...16...IN...farmer
Mary M. Edens...12...IN

Children of JEREMIAH GOODWIN and CONTENT WILLIAMS are:
12...... i......ENOCH LASHIRE GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1806, Indiana.
.....ii.....MARGARET GOODWIN, born about 1815
.....iii.....LURANEY GOODWIN, born about 1820
13.....iv.....EDWIN CURTIS GOODWIN, born abt. 1821 Indiana, died 03 Apr 1892 RIpley County, Indiana. He married LYDIA LINDSAY 05 Sep 1842 Ripley County, Indiana.

next door to Jeremiah and Maria Goodwin:
1850 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Edwin Goodwin...29...IN...farmer...IN...
Lydia Goodwin...29...KY
William Goodwin...8...IN
Amanda Goodwin...1...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana; Roll M653_293; Page: 138; Image: 145; Family History Library Film: 803293.
Edward C Goodwin...39...IN...farmer...$1000 real...$300 personal
Lydia Goodwin...39...KY
William Goodwin...16...IN...farmer
Amanda W Goodwin...12...IN
Margareta Goodwin...7...IN
Susan Goodwin...5...IN

1870 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Edwin Goodwin...52...farmer...$1600...$400...Tennessee
Lydia Goodwin...52...KY
Margaret Goodwin...17...Indiana
Susan Goodwin...16...IN
Enoch Goodwin...11...IN
James Goodwin...6...IN
Sarah Goodwin...4...IN

1880 census for Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Edwin C. Goodwin...63...IN...VA...NY...farmer
Lydia Goodwin...63...KY...KY...KY
William H. Goodwin...36...IN...laborer
.James Goodwin...17...IN...works on farm

14.....v.....JEREMIAH F. GOODWIN, born abt. 1826 Indiana, married MARIAH BRADSHAW 22 Aug 1844 RIpley County, Indiana.
next door to Edwin Curtis Goodwin:
1850 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Jeremiah Goodwin...24...farmer...$50...IN
Maria Goodwin...21...IN
Davis Goodwin...5...IN
John Goodwin...2...IN

1860 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Jeremiah Goodwin...37...IN...farmer...$300 real estate...$200 personal
Mariah Goodwin...32...IN
Davis C. Goodwin...14...IN
John S. Goodwin...12...IN
William Goodwin...8...IN
Martha A. Goodwin...2...IN

1870 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Jeremiah Goodwin...52...IN...farmer...$100 real estate...$150 personal
Mariah Goodwin...46...IN
John Goodwin...21...IN...farm laborer
William Goodwin...17...IN
Martha Goodwin...12...IN
Rebecca Goodwin...10...IN
Mary F. Goodwin...2...IN

.....vi.....WILLIAM GOODWIN, born abt. 1828 Indiana.
.....vii.....PRUDENCE GOODWIN, born abt. 1830 Indiana.
....viii.....CATHERINE GOODWIN, born abt. 1832 Indiana.
.....ix.....CONTENT GOODWIN, born 27 Jun 1834 Indiana, married ANDREW JACKSON WILLIAMS 09 Aug 1849 RIpley County, Indiana.

3. WILLIAM GOODWIN (AARON) was born Abt. 1775. He married ELIZABETH RIGDON December 22, 1802 in Mason County, Kentucky, daughter of JAMES RIGDON and REBECCA JARVIS. She was born Aft. 1782 in Maryland.

Notes for WILLIAM GOODWIN:
Virtually nothing is known about William Goodwin, son of Aaron. According to family tradition, he was a blacksmith born in Pennsylvania of German descent. (However, Germans spell the name Goodwyn or Goodwine.) He had 9 children. Family stories say one daughter married a Daniel Jones, and one lived and died in Coward, Indiana.

THE WESTERN SPY AND HAMILTON GAZETTE (vol. III, Saturday 1 May 1802) has a Sutherland and Brown in Hamilton having William Goodwin's blacksmith tools for sale as a result of their suit.

On 22 Dec 1802: Elizabeth Rigdon m. William Gooden, James Rigdon father Eliz. bond French Martin. Mason Co., Ky.

In 1805, a delinquent tax list for Fleming County, Kentucky, lists William; "Reason not collected: to Mason." (KENTUCKY ANCESTORS, vol. 19, #2)

Possible listings for him:
-1790 tax Jefferson County, KY
-1792 tax Jefferson County, KY
-1800 tax Jefferson County KY for a William R. Goowdin
-1810 Mason County KY census 265 20010-10100-00

-1810 Hamilton County, OH (Cincinnati) for a William R. Goodwin
-1817 Hamilton County, OH (Cincinnati) for a William R. Goodwin

In Mason County, KY Book M, page 269, a William and Elizabeth Goodwin witnessed a deed on 20 September 1811.

In Mason County Book M, page 394, 29 September 1812; Book M, 402, 29 September 1812; and Book N, page 72, 24 December 1812, William Goodwin witnessed deeds. In Book O, page 114, on 1 December 1812, he witnessed Jesse Hord's will.

In 1840 they are listed on the census with 1 M <5, 1 M 5-10, 1 M 50-60, 1 F 10-15, 2 F 15-20, 1 F 50-60.

They are listed in the 1850 census, p. 330, 964/1000:
#1000
William Goodwin, 32, KY, Blacksmith
Matilda Goodwin, 30, KY
Martha Goodwin, 12, KY
Eliza Goodwin, 9, KY
William Goodwin, 5, KY
Ephraim Goodwin, 3, KY
Romulus Goodwin, 6 months, KY
#1001
Eli Rigdon...34
Dicy Rigdon...35
James Rigdon ...10
Matilda Rigdon...8
William Rigdon...7
Clayborne Rigdon...5
Zelinda Rigdon...2
Thomas Thomas... 8 months
Amos Sutton... 23

A William G. Goodwin, hatter, of Cincinnati, was married to Eliza Tucker of Springfield, Hamilton, OH by Rev. Matthew Wallace on Thursday, March 27, 1806, according to WESTERN SPY newspaper 1 April 1806.

GOODWIN-FARRIS-GILKINSON-SAUNDERS
Posted by Dorothy M. Bond-Dittmer on Sat, 15 Aug 1998 : Interested in corresponding with anyone working on the following: William b. ca 1818, and Matilda (Farris) Goodwin, on 1850 & 60 census, Fleming Co., Ky. Their son Ira Francis Goodwin m. 1883, Fleming Co., Ky to Sarah A. Saunders (d/o Austin R. and Jurusha Jane Gilkinson)

Posted by goodwin on Sat, 12 Sep 1998, in response to
GOODWIN-FARRIS-GILKINSON-SAUNDERS, posted by Dorothy M. Bond-Dittmer on Sat, 15 August 1998. These goodwin's are buried at Eden Chapel in Fleming Co. but William age 68 can be found in the 1850 Lewis Co. census with Willaim A. age 16 . They are living with Ira Hale and wife Rebecca and children James & Sarah.

August 29, 1774: John Hinkson for 200 pounds to Thomas Galbraith of Ligonier in Westmoreland, PA 2 improvements adjoining the lands of Joseph Brady, Samuel Gibb, Michael Huffnagle, George Finley (or Findley), Abraham Hendricks, Robt. Johnson and George Cummins. (Interesting because Susanna died at Hinkston Station, KY, and Enoch claims Abraham Hendricks as a grandfather....)

Posted by mgoodwin on Sun, 14 Feb 1999, in response to Goodwin, posted by Jane Leavell on Wed, 28 Oct 1998
We're back after a long absence! Our gg grandfather James William Goodwin was 1st married in Fleming Co. to Polly Penland 2nd Harriet Shane, 3rd Patience Applegate Jan. 13, 1841 in Greenup Co.KY. We are descended from Patience & James oldest son Josiah. We've published a book with old family pictures about Josiah & descendants. Bluford was the 2nd child of James & Patience. He is in the 1880 Lewis Co. Census in the Poorhouse, probably buried in the cemetery there. Our grandfather told our father about Bluford's visits to Josiah. Theopolis died 3-27-1864 in Alton, Ill. in Federal Prison. He is buried in the Confederate Cemetery there. Apparently there were two Melissa Stagss. We will be happy to exchange data.

Children of WILLIAM GOODWIN and ELIZABETH RIGDON are:
.....i......EDWARD GOODWIN. Edward went to California.
15...... ii......JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1804, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. March 27, 1907.
16......iii......ENOCH GOODWIN, b. May 30, 1807, North Bend, Hamilton, Ohio, USA; d. July 13, 1895, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....iv......ELIZA GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1810; m. JAMES HURST, April 09, 1835, Fleming County, Kentucky; b. Abt. 1816, Fleming County, Kentucky.

Notes for JAMES HURST:
Posted on GenForum by Thomas Hurst:
My g.g.g. grandfather James J. Hurst was born in Springfield, Washington Co. KY in 1805. His first unknown wife was born in VA and died about Dec 1944. Their first known child was Thomas born in 1836. Could this be the James Hurst you seek?
17......v......THEOPHILUS HENDRICKS GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1812, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1868, Martin County, Indiana or Tunnelton, Lawrence, Indiana, USA.
18......vi......WILLIAM RIGDON GOODWIN, b. August 23, 1818, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. August 09, 1891, Fleming County, Kentucky.
19......vii......SARAH ANN GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1822, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1851.
20......viii......MELISSA GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1825, Kentucky; d. Rush County, Indiana.
21.....ix.....REBECCA GOODWIN was born about 1827 in Kentucky, USA. .

4. AARON LEASURE GOODWIN (AARON) was born Abt. 1778 in Cumberland, Allegany, Maryland. He married (1) MARGARET MCCULLOUGH Abt. 1806, daughter of WILLIAM MCCULLOUGH and SARAH MCFALL; surname also spelled "McCully." He married (2) (MRS.) ANN REDD.

Notes for AARON LEASURE GOODWIN:
Aaron Leasure Goodwin, a tanner and farmer, moved from PA to Marietta, OH and thence to Liverpool, Washington, Indiana. Or did he? Another source says he lived in Pittsburgh, PA; Elizabethtown, OH; Washington Co., Davies Co. IN, and Vevay, Indiana, where he died. He was a Democrat and a Methodist.

1830 census of Daviess CO., IN
Aaron L. Goodin
2 M 0-5 , 1 F 10-15 , 2 M 5-10 ... 1 F 15-20; 1 M 50-60 (b. bet 1770-1780) ... 1 F 40-50 (b. bet 1780-1790)

Too young to be him:
Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place: , Morgan, Indiana; Roll: 100; Page: 130; Image: 268; Family History Library Film: 0007732
Aaron Godin is 39 and a farmer, with one male under 5; one male 10-14; one male 20-29; one female under 5; one female 5-9; one female 10-14; one female 30-49

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Jefferson, Switzerland, Indiana; Roll M432_174; Page: 408B; Image: 177.
Aaron L Goodwine...70...PA...grocery keeper
Ann E Goodwine...40...IN
Merrit Goodwine...17...IN
Matilda Goodwine...4...IN
Notes for MARGARET MCCULLOUGH: McCullough is also spelled "McCully."

Notes for AARON LEASURE GOODWIN:
There was an Aaron Goodwin born about 1797 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, who married a Lydia Dougan. They had a child, Eliza Maria, born in Cincinnati on 8 Dec 1823 and died 30 Oct 1904 in Pine, Elmore, Idaho. Is this them? Eliza married Henry Howard 14 Apr 1847 in Martinsville, Morgan, Indiana.

From: kirk thurman
Subject: Lydia Dougan
Our records show a Lydia Dougan born abt. 1801 in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Oh. and Married to Aaron Goodwin jun 1816. But the records also show Aaron married to a Lydia Graves. Can you shed any light ?????? They have at least one daughter-Eliza Marie Goodwin born 8 dec 1823.

http://www.gravesfa.org/gen160.htm
.....William Graves (9) married Lydia Dugan on 18 March 1806 in Portsmouth, Scioto Co., Ohio. He died about 1812. Some proof of his parentage is still needed. Lydia secondly married Aaron Goodwin in June 1816. They lived in Delhi Twp., just southwest of Cincinnati, from the time of their marriage until 1835, when they moved to Indiana.
.....William and Lydia may have had another son. A boy 10-15 years of age was living with Aaron and Lydia in the 1820 census, and the 1830 census showed a male, 15-20. The child may have been a younger brother, or possibly Lydia's son by William Graves. (R-3)
Children - Graves
+40. Thomas Graves, b. 1 Dec. 1806, m. Mary A. Mixer, 27 Nov. 1834, d. 7 Aug. 1898.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/Mark-T-Watson/GENE4-0007.html?Welcome=1079460829

HENRY7 HOWARD (WILLIAM SLUSHER "BIG BILL"6, BENJAMIN5, THOMAS4, JOHN3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born Oct 01, 1826 in Pineville, Knox Co., KY, and died Apr 18, 1897 in Vernal, Uintah Co., UT. He married ELIZA MARIA GOODWIN Apr 14, 1847 in Morgan Co., IN, daughter of AARON GOODWIN and LYDIA GRAVES. She was born Dec 08, 1823 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH, and died Oct 30, 1904 in Pine, Elmore Co., ID.

Children of HENRY HOWARD and ELIZA GOODWIN are:
8......i......TILGHMAN ASHURST8 HOWARD, b. Jan 07, 1848, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. 1901.
9......ii......AARON SYLVESTER HOWARD, b. Jan 20, 1849, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Nov 11, 1925, Idaho.
.....iii......CHRISTINA LYDIA ANN HOWARD, b. Apr 01, 1850, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Unknown; m. GEORGE W. REIGLE; d. Unknown.
.....iv......MARY JOSEPHINE HOWARD, b. Dec 06, 1851, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Unknown; m. JAMES LAWSON, Sep 25, 1867, Bloomfield, Green Co., IN; b. Bef. 1847; d. Unknown.
10......v......WILLIAM FRANCIS HOWARD, b. Mar 08, 1853, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Unknown.
.....vi......SARAH MARGARET HOWARD, b. Oct 05, 1854, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Unknown.
11......vii......JOHN HENRY HOWARD, b. Dec 19, 1855, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Jan 16, 1949.
12......viii......MINERVA JANE HOWARD, b. Feb 13, 1857, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Oct 20, 1944.
13......ix......AMANDA CAROLINE HOWARD, b. Dec 29, 1858, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Jan 12, 1926, Mountain Home, Elmore Co., ID.
.....x......JAMES ELLSWORTH HOWARD, b. Oct 31, 1861, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Unknown.
.....xi......JESSE LINCOLN HOWARD, b. Dec 28, 1863, Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN; d. Unknown.

Children of AARON GOODWIN and MARGARET MCCULLOUGH are:
22......ii......JANE GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1807, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
23......iii......MARY ANN GOODWIN, b. July 05, 1811, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania; d. Aft. 1880.
24......iv......WILLIAM MCCULLOUGH GOODWIN, b. June 15, 1818, Davies County, Indiana; d. April 07, 1886, Anira, Illinois.
.....v......JAMES A. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1820; d. 1842.
25......vi......RUTH HENDRICKS GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1822, Indiana.
.....vii......AARON LEASURE GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1824; d. Abt. 1870.
26......viii......JOHN MCCULLOUGH GOODWIN, b. January 26, 1826, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA.
.....ix......LAURA C. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1828; m. DR. C. WILLIAMS.

Child of AARON GOODWIN and (MRS.) ANN REDD is:
27...... i...... MATILDA GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1848, Pennsylvania.

5. ENOCH GOODWIN (AARON) was born June 08, 1788 in Pennsylvania, and died 1877 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. He married SARAH B. HOPKINS December 14, 1809 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, daughter of ROBERT HOPKINS and ELIZABETH STONE. She was born August 09, 1789 in New Jersey, and died Bef. 1860.

Notes for ENOCH GOODWIN:
His son says Enoch Goodwin, son of Aaron, was born in Connecticut, but a census record says Pennsylvania.

Enoch was a farmer and Whig in Nicholas County, KY. A county history called him "Tige" Goodwin, one of the early settlers in the Flat Rock Precinct. (HISTORY OF BOURBON, SCOTT, HARRISON, AND NICHOLAS COUNTY, KENTUCKY)

SKETCHES OF RUSH COUNTY, by Mary Alexander and Capitola Dill, 1915) says: "The first school in Walker Township was taught by Reuben Heflin in the old log Baptist church southeast of what is now Homer. Enoch Goodwin taught in the same school when Joseph Cotton and M.B. Hopkins. It is related of these boys that when the teacher went home to dinner they would mount the pupit and declare their tongues should make them a living or they would dispense with them." Both boys later became ministers! But was this our Enoch? Or the next generation?

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/KY-FOOTSTEPS/2001-05/0990469532
From Lexington Ky LDS transcription of Nicholas County Vital Statistics.
Enoch Goodwin to Eliza Jane Rodgers, 07 Oct 1847
William Goodwin to Anna Peirce, 08 Sep 1829
Thomas Kennedy to Nancy Goodwin, 30 Apr 1839

1850 District 1, Nicholas, Kentucky
Enoch Goodwin...62...farmer...$3000...Pennsylvania
Sarah Goodwin...61...New Jersey
Enoch Goodwin...27...KY
Eliza J. Goodwin...27...KY
William H. Goodwin ...1...KY
Sarah Goodwin...21...KY

1860 District 1, Nicholas, Kentucky (26 June 1860)
Enoch Goodwin, Enoch...72...farmer...$5500...$720...Maryland
James McCracken, James...39...Massachusetts
Sarah McCracken...31...KY
Frake y McCracken ...2...KY
John McCracken...7/12...KY

INDEX TO ESTATES, BOONE COUNTY, INDIANA
Goodwin, Enoch had a will from Nicholas Co. KY, will was open in 1877 and it is located in Will Book One.

In the magazine; BOONE YOU COUNTY MAGAZINE, June 1976, on page 18-20 is a history of the Boone Co. Goodwins.

Boone Co History Book, 1984, page 78 that states the following;
In 1866 Enoch Goodwin built a two story building at 115-117 South Lebanon Street, having two business rooms on the ground floor with a spacious upstairs area that was known as Goodwin's Hall. Small skits and lectures were given in this hall from the time the building was erected until in the 1870's.

Pg. 177- 1 Sept. 1828, Francis Hopkins, Ephraim Hopkins, Peter Hopins, Joslin Hopkins, Johnathan H. Foster and Polly Foster, late Polly Hopkins, and Herod Hopkins, heirs & representatives of Robert Hopkins, deceased, and Elizabeth Hopkins, widow of Robert Hopkins, deceased of Nicholas Co., Ky., to Enoch Goodwin of same, for $300 paid to Robert Hopkins in his lifetime, 80 acres in Bath Co., on Big Flat Cr., being 3/8ths of a tract of 216 acres conveyed by Kennedy heirs to Robert Hopkins 20 Sept. 1811. (All signed names except Elizabeth Hopkins & Polly Foster, who signed by mark x.). Wit. by William Hopkins, Sr., John Stark, John Bannister, David C. Caldwell, William Edwards. Acknowledged in Bath Co. 14 Oct. 1828 by Peter Hopkins & Francis Hopkins. (Note: Enoch Goodwin-Son-in-law)

Notes for SARAH B. HOPKINS:
http://www.artontherocks.150m.com/genes/tree/np77.htm
Bath County Records; Bath
County Marriage Book #1.
1819 Nicholas Co., tax list-1 tithe, 2 horses,
taxed 1812 and 1820 Bath Co., KY
Bath Co., Ky Deed Book G., pg 56-12 Oct. 1828, Francis Hopkins and wife Cele to Peter Hopkins & Wife Mary, all of Bath Co., for $450, 110 acres on Main Licking River, part of tract where Peter Hopkins now lives and part of tract patented in name of Thomas Perkins. Signed by Francis Hopkins & Cele Hopkins; witnessed by Charles Shortridge, Thomas Downs, Ephraim Hopkins; recorded 14 Oct. 1828.
Pg. 177- 1 Sept. 1828, Francis Hopkins, Ephraim Hopkins, Peter Hopins, Joslin Hopkins, Johnathan H. Foster and Polly Foster, late Polly Hopkins, and Herod Hopkins, heirs & representatives of Robert Hopkins, deceased, and Elizabeth Hopkins, widow of Robert Hopkins, deceased of Nicholas Co., Ky., to Enoch Goodwin of same, for $300 paid to Robert Hopkins in his lifetime, 80 acres in Bath Co., on Big Flat Cr., being 3/8ths of a tract of 216 acres conveyed by Kennedy heirs to Robert Hopkins 20 Sept. 1811. (All signed names except Elizabeth Hopkins & Polly Foster, who signed by mark x.). Wit. by William Hopkins, Sr., John Stark, John Bannister, David C. Caldwell, William Edwards. Acknowledged in Bath Co. 14 Oct. 1828 by Peter Hopkins & Francis Hopkins. (Note: Enoch Goodwin-Son-in-law)

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~flebbe/surnames/matteson.html
Hopkins, Robert, Elizabeth, W8946, CT and PA Line, sol appl 16 June 1818 Bathe County, KY but was living in Nicolas County, KY, sol was aged 60 on 4 Jul1820 at which time he had a wife aged 55 and 2 sons: Joslin 16 and Harrod aged 13, one of sol's bros Henry srv part of 1 tour for his as a sub, one Francis Hopkins had enlisted at the same time as Robert Hopkins but no relationship was state, wid appl 26 Sep 1840 Nicolas County,KY, aged 71, sol and wid had m in the summer of 1786 in NJ, sol died 26 Mar1824, sol's and wife's oldest child Sarah was b. 9 Aug 1789 and she m. 14 Dec 1809 Enoch Goodwin who was b. 8 Jan1788----(Their 8 children were listed)

From the research papers of Elmyria Jane McGuire Royse:
Pension Abstract by P.M. Smith of Washinton. Apr. 1942:
26 Sept. 1840, Elizabeth Hopkins of Nicholas County, KY aged 71 yrs, widow of Robert, pensioner, states she married him in New Jersey, 1786; Bible Record was lost in the sinking of a boat in the ?, about 15 years ago; her oldest child: Sarah Goowin, was born a little over two years after her marriage which was 9 Aug 189, as shown by a record kept by her son-in-law, Enoch Goodwin; mentions other children.
26 Sept. 1840, Enoch Goodwin of Nicholas County, KY, age 52, son-in-law of Robert and Elizabeth Hopkins, presents a copy of his family record made (or begun) 30 years previous:

Children of ENOCH GOODWIN and SARAH HOPKINS are:
28......i......WILLIAM HOPKINS GOODWIN, b. August 19, 1810, Kentucky; d. March 1881, Clark County, Missouri.
29......ii......ELIZABETH GOODWIN, b. November 02, 1811.
.....iii......LOURANA GOODWIN, b. November 29, 1813; m. WILSON PAULEY, May 25, 1837, Nicholas County, Kentucky; b. Abt. 1815, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1880, Boone County, Indiana. She also married DANIEL WILLIAMS 28 Nov 1844 in Ripley County, Indiana.

Notes for WILSON PAULEY:
I am researching William Pauley born ca 1790 in Kentucky. He had the following children: James, Daniel B., William L. and Nancy Pauley. Some of these children were born in Indiana, but later the family settled in Desha and Drew Cos., Arkansas. The son, Daniel is in my direct line. Thank you. -- Jann Woodard at jann.woodard at eudoramail.com
30......iv......AARON GOODWIN, b. July 29, 1816, Sherborn, Bath, Kentucky, USA; d. March 20, 1900, Boone County, Indiana.
31......v......NANCY GOODWIN, b. February 25, 1819, Flat Rock Precinct, Bourbon, Kentucky, USA.
.....vi......EPHRAIM GOODWIN, b. January 03, 1821; m. NANCY BOYD.
32......vii......ENOCH G. GOODWIN, b. June 22, 1823, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. 1909, Marion County, Indiana.
33.....viii......SARAH ANN GOODWIN, b. February 06, 1829, Nicholas County, Kentucky

6. BENJAMIN GOODWIN (AARON) was born August 17, 1804 in Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, and died August 11, 1877 in Daviess County, Indiana. Burial: Old Bethel Cemetery, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA. He married DRUCILLA DAVIS January 23, 1824 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA, daughter of LEVI DAVIS and ELEANOR ?. She was born November 25, 1804 in Maysville, Mason, Kentucky, USA, and died November 06, 1875 in Daviess County, Indiana. The listing of their children looks pretty messed up to me; see below.

Notes for BENJAMIN GOODWIN:
A Benjamin DeFord Goodwin on March 17, 1834, filed on Indiana lands from Franklin County, IN, and again on Sept. 12, 1836. Was this Benjamin, son of Aaron?

www.familysearch.com says the marriage was on 25 Jan 1824 in Maysville, Mason, Kentucky.

1850 census - Washington, Daviess, Indiana
Benjamin Goodwin...48...OH...farmer...$1200
Drucilla Goodwin...47...KY...
Timothy A. Goodwin...22...IN...idiot
Levi Goodwin...21...IN...idiot
Mary E. Goodwin...17...IN
Alfred D. Goodwin...14...IN
Moses A. Goodwin...9...IN
Matilda Goodwin...5...IN
Jeremia Goodwinh...3...IN

1860 census - Washington, Daviess, Indiana
Benj Goodwin...55...Sheriff...$3500 real estate...$500 personal...OH
Drusilla Goodwin...55...KY
Timothy Goodwin...32...IN...idiot
Levi Goodwin...26...IN...idiot
Mary Goodwin...25...IN
Jeremia Goodwin...12...IN
Letha Goodwin...6...IN

1870 - Washington, Daviess, Indiana
Benjamin Goodwin...64...farmer...OH
Drucilla Goodwin...64...KY
Jeremiah Goodwin...22...farmer...IN
Letha Goodwin... 17...IN

Children of BENJAMIN GOODWIN and DRUCILLA DAVIS are:
.....i......GEORGE WASHINGTON GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1825.
.....ii......JOHN WAINMAN GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1826; d. January 22, 1912, Daviess County, Indiana.
.....iii......ANDERSON GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1827, Ohio.

Notes for ANDERSON GOODWIN:
Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Anderson GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 56 ... OH ... Tailor ... OH ... OH
Matilda GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 51 ... OH ... Keeping House ... OH ... OH
Amand GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 26 ... OH ... Dress Maker ... OH ... OH
Anderson GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 22 ... IL ... Shoe Maker ... OH ... OH
John GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 18 ... IL ... Works In Woolen Mill ... OH ... OH
Nellie GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 16 ... IL ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Thomas GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 11 ... IL ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Lavinia MORRISON ... Dau ... M ... Female ... W ... 31 ... OH ... At Home ... OH ... OH
...Census Place...Rushville, Schuyler, Illinois
...Family History Library Film ...1254250
...NA Film Number ...T9-0250
...Page Number ...468C
.....iv......TIMOTHY A. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1828, Daviess County, Indiana.
Notes for TIMOTHY A. GOODWIN:
Is this him in the 1880 census?
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Timothy GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 56 ... OH ... Farmer ... NC ... NC
Sarah GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 47 ... OH ... Keeping House ... NC ... NC
Charley GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 20 ... OH ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Dora GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 18 ... OH ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Alonzo GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 16 ... OH ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Wm. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 12 ... OH ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Riley GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 9 ... OH ... ... OH ... OH
Alvin GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 7 ... OH ... ... OH ... OH
Irvin GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 4 ... OH ... ... OH ... OH
...Census Place...Gratis, Preble, Ohio
...Family History Library Film ...1255059
...NA Film Number ...T9-1059
...Page Number ...34A
.....v......ELIJAH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1829, Of Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......LEVI GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1830, Ohio.
Notes for LEVI GOODWIN:
Is this him in the 1880 census?
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Levi GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 48 ... OH ... Farmer ... VA ... VA
Hannah GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 38 ... OH ... Keeping House ... OH ... OH
Edward GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 19 ... OH ... Farmer ... OH ... OH
Isabell GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 17 ... OH ... ... OH ... OH
William GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 15 ... OH ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Carey A. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 13 ... OH ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Orville GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 11 ... IL ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Herman GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 9 ... IL ... ... OH ... OH
Lewis GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 7 ... OH ... ... OH ... OH
Elebert GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 4 ... OH ... ... OH ... OH
Robert GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... OH ... ... OH ... OH
...Census Place...Marion, Clinton, Ohio
...Family History Library Film ...1255001
...NA Film Number ...T9-1001
...Page Number ...113D
34...... vii...... MARY ELLEN GOODWIN, b. October 30, 1836, Washington Twp., Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. January 12, 1904, Daviess County, Indiana.
35.....viii......ALFRED DAVIS GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1837; m. (1) MARY ROBINSON, December 30, 1857; m. (2) SARAH REBECCA RITCHIE, December 05, 1858.
1860 - Washington, Daviess, Indiana - 22 June 1860
Alfred Goodwin...23...farmer...$500 real estate...$200 personal...IN
Sarah Goodwin ...14...IN
Mary Goodwin ...4/12...IN

US CIVIL WAR DRAFT REGISTRATION
Name: Alfred D Goodwin
Residence: Davis, Indiana
Class: 1
Congressional District: 1st
Age on 1 July 1863: 27
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Indiana
farmer

.....ix......MOSES AARON GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1841 Indiana.
Notes for MOSES AARON GOODWIN:
Could this be him in the 1880 census? Or did he die before 1860?
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Masis GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 44 ... OH ... Farmer ... PA ... MD
Mary C. GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 40 ... OH ... Keeping House ... PA ... VA
Orris G. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 12 ... IL ... At School ... OH ... OH
William P. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 10 ... IL ... At School ... OH ... OH
Jessie M. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 7 ... IL ... At School ... OH ... OH
Dell GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 3 ... IL ... ... OH ... OH
George W. WALKER ... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 24 ... IA ... Works On Farm ... MD ... IN
...Census Place...Hittle, Tazewell, Illinois
...Family History Library Film ...1254253
...NA Film Number ...T9-0253
...Page Number ...351A
.....x......MATILDA JANE GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1844 Indiana.
36......xi......JEREMIAH VIRDEMON GOODWIN, b. April 07, 1848, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. June 26, 1920, Daviess County, Indiana.
37......xii......LEATHA ANN GOODWIN, b. July 07, 1853, Veale Township, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. June 04, 1923, North Vernon, Jennings, Indiana, USA.

7. ELIJAH GOODWIN (AARON) was born January 16, 1807 in Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, USA, and died October 07, 1879 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA, buried Johnson Cemetery, Mill Shoals, White, Illinois, USA. He married (1) JANE MOORE DAVIS August 05, 1828 in Gibson County, Indiana, daughter of DAVID DAVIS and ELINOR MOORE. She was born July 16, 1803 in Tennessee, and died February 16, 1863 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA. He married (2) MARCIA MELISSA BASSETT on 19 June 1863 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ELIJAH GOODWIN:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Madison Ward 5, Jefferson, Indiana; Roll M432_154; Page: 97A; Image: 198.
Elizah Goodwin...43...OH...minister
Jane Goodwin...44...TN
Melissa J Goodwin...16...IN
Aron Goodwin...11...IN
Fred Goodwin...8...IN
Angillo Goodwin...3...IN

1860 census - Centre North Part, Marion, Indiana
Elijah Goodwin...53...editor...$1000 real...$250 personal...OH
Jane Goodwin...54...TN
Frend C Goodwin...18...student...IN
Angelo Goodwin...13...IN
Elenor Davis...64...SC

1870 census for Indianapolis Ward 2 (2nd Enum), Marion, Indiana
Goodwin, Elijah...64...minister...$7000 real estate...$500 personal...OH
...Martha M. ...40...editor...$800...NY

IGI claims Elijah was born 16 Jan 1807.

[Crabtree.FTW]
Elijah was a Methodist circuit rider. In Jan. 1840, he organized several new churches in Posey county, one at Mt. Vernon. In June, 1847, he left Mt. Vernon for Bloomington where he established the "Christian Record." Daughter Melissa (by Jane) b. 22 Oct 1835 Mt. Vernon, Posey, Indiana and died 19 Apr 1893 Florida, Monroe, Missouri. On 27 Apr 1856 she married James J. Reed in Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana

He sometimes taught school and sometimes was a salesman, but after 1840 was strictly a minister. Per Biographical Sketches of the Pioneer Preachers of Indiana, 1862: " In January, 1840, he abandoned all secular business and gave himself wholly to the word. He had organized several new churches in Posey county - one at Mount Vernon. These, with some Old Christian churches that had come into the Reformation, agreed to co-operate in sustaining him as an evangelist, at a salary of three hundred dollars per annum. Under this arrangement he labored for seven years, annually enlarging his field, which eventually embraced portions of Illinois and Kentucky. "According to a report contained in the Christian Record of that date, he travelled, during the year ending October, 1845, three thousand four hundred and seventy-two miles and preached three hundred and eighty-two sermons. In 1846 he lost nearly three months on account of ill health, yet he travelled, during the remainder of the year, about three thousand miles and delivered two hundred and thirty-one public discourses. To support his family he sometimes taught school, sometimes served as salesman in a store, but always preached as much as circumstances would possibly allow. " HISTORY OF 1ST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF CARMI, ILLINOIS by Pastor Frank BROWN which seems to have pages on the "Seven Mile Church" of White County, Ills and the key role that the brothers Moses and Elijah (1804) played in his beginning. One item is on page 2 of this church history: (written by W.H. JOHNSON, son of Dr. Martin JOHNSON written ca 1915:
..... ..... Elijah GOODWIN whose mother (then the wife of my Grandfather Johnson) brother Moses and two sisters (Mrs. Luranah Johnson and Mrs. Axie Crabtree) lived in the Prairie......

Text from Haynes, Nathaniel S. History of the Disciples of Christ in Illinois 1819-1914, Cincinnati: Standard Publishing Company, 1915. Pages 521 - 522. This online edition ? 1997, James L. McMillan. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Born: Ohio, 1807.
Died: Ohio, 1889.
Elijah Goodwin belonged to Indiana, as that was his home most of his life. But since no man did more to plant the Restoration movement in Edwards, Wabash and White Counties than he, these lines are due here. At the age of fourteen he became a member of the Christian Denomination. Four years later he was licensed by their conference to preach. In a few years his preaching began to distress their older ministers. He soon identified himself with the Disciples. His ministerial labors in the counties above named, as well as southern Indiana and northern Kentucky, were incessant. Besides, he did considerable editorial work. His book of sermons entitled "The Family Companion" was published in 1873. If any one thinks he was only a common backwoods preacher, let him learn his mistake by reading it. At the time of his decease his talented and accomplished wife was the editor of the Christian Monitor. The closing words of the last of three poems she wrote on the death of her husband follow:
"His glorious crown of silver hair!
His face like marble, pure and fair;
His folded hands, in holy calm,
Worthy to bear the martyr's palm.
I'll lay white flowers upon his breast,
Emblem of his peaceful rest;
Never more for him shall be
The pain of death's Gethsemane."
http://www.mun.ca/rels/restmov/texts/nhaynes/hdcib/GOODWINE.HTM

The Restoration Movement in Illinois: White County
Text from Nathaniel S. Haynes, History of the Disciples in Illinois 1819-1914, pages 434 - 437. This online edition ? 1997, James L. McMillan.
Grayville.
.....Organized 1840, by Elijah Goodwin; present membership, 165; value of property, $5,000; Bible-school enrollmeet, 164.
.....Minister Goodwin began to preach in Grayville in 1837. The following were the seven charter members: Daniel
--436--
.....Buckley and wife, Jeremiah Ruth and wife, Martha Lumb, Sarah Mills and her sister, later Mrs. B. W. Kenner. Mr. Buckley was the first elder, Mr. Ruth the first deacon.
.....Besides Mr. Goodwin, among the preachers of the earlier years there were Andrew Beard, D. K. Biddle, Moses Goodwin, J. W. Allen, W. P. Slade, Mr. Goff and W. F. Black.
.....The first building was erected in 1844 and the present one in 1872, the latter during Mr. Allen's pastorate. The church has passed through many trials, but is now alert and active. Its roll has many honored names.

There are several mentions of Elijah in a church history at http://www.connerprairie.org/historyonline/christian.html

http://www.therestorationmovement.com/graves.htm alleges that the preacher Elijah Goodwin (1807-1879) is buried in Cleveland.

Christian Record, April 1856, p. 126.
Special Notice--Elder Elijah Goodwin having located in the city of Indianapolis as Pastor of the 1st Christian Church, desires all communications intended for him, hereafter addressed to him at Indianapolis, instead of Bloomington, Ind. his former residence.

RESTORATION QUARTERLY
Volume 8/Number 1
Like Fire in Dry Stubble-The Stone Movement 1804-1832 (Part II)
R. L. and J. W. Roberts
We have not been able to establish just when the Indiana Christian Conference was begun, but it met in the fall of 1825 at Blue Springs, Monroe Co. At this meeting Elijah Goodwin, who had been baptized near Princeton, Indiana, in 1820 by some "New Light" Christians, was ordained a preacher.
http://www.restorationquarterly.org/Volume_008/rq00801rljwroberts.htm

Children of ELIJAH GOODWIN and JANE DAVIS are:
.....i......MARY ELEANOR GOODWIN, b. September 20, 1829; d. August 25, 1845.
38......ii......SARAH ANN GOODWIN, b. April 05, 1831, Gibson County, Indiana; d. March 18, 1915, Indiana.
.....iii......MOSES GOODWIN.

Children of ELIJAH GOODWIN and MARY VAN WINKLE are:
.....iv......ELIZABETH GOODWIN, b. August 26, 1833; d. November 10, 1836.
39......v......MELISSA JANE GOODWIN, b. October 22, 1835, Mt Vernon, Posey, Indiana; d. April 19, 1893, Florida, Monroe, Missouri, USA.
40......vi......AARON DAVIS GOODWIN, b. January 22, 1839, Indiana; d. June 10, 1891.
.....vii......FRIEND CHAPMAN GOODWIN, b. November 13, 1841; d. April 22, 1861.
.....viii......ZENO GOODWIN, b. April 10, 1844; d. April 28, 1848.
41......ix......ANGELO QUINCEY GOODWIN, b. March 31, 1847, Mt. Vernon, Jennings, Indiana, USA; d. September 10, 1923.
.....x......JOSES GOODWIN, b. April 28, 1850; d. April 30, 1850.

8. MOSES GOODWIN (AARON) was born July 13, 1809 in Urbana, Champaign, Ohio, USA, and died November 12, 1855. He married NARCISSA ROSBOROUGH August 19, 1830 in Gibson County, Indiana, daughter of JOSEPH ROSBOROUGH and RUTH PATTON. She was born Abt. 1812 in Tennessee.

Notes for MOSES GOODWIN:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 13, White, Illinois; Roll: M432_132; Page: 347; Image: 167
Moses Goodwin ...41...OH...$800...farmer
Narcissa Goodwin... 38...TN
Nancy Goodwin... 17...IN
Elizah Goodwin... 14...IN
Harriett D Goodwin ...12...IN
Mary R Goodwin... 7...IN
Mary N Goodwin ...3...IN
William T. Goodwin...4/12...IN

A Moses Goodwin married Polly DeFord on January 14, 1802, in Hamilton County, OH, married by Josiah Post, J.P., according to HOOSIER GENEALOGIST, 1972. Could this son of Aaron Goodwin be named after this Moses? Was he a relative to Aaron?

Text from Haynes, Nathaniel S. History of the Disciples of Christ in Illinois 1819-1914, Cincinnati: Standard Publishing Company, 1915. Page 522. This online edition ? 1997, James L. McMillan.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Born: After 1807, but prior to 1839.
Died: Grayville, Ill.
Was a younger brother of Elijah Goodwin. He had little of school training, but knew the Bible from end to end. He was strong both physically and mentally, and was a born orator. No one ever went to sleep or became indifferent when he was preaching. Through the teaching and preaching of Maurice R. Trimble, of Knox County, Ind., Moses came fully into the Restoration movement a little before his brother Elijah. While Moses Goodwin was preaching for Union Church in Gibson County, Ind., that congregation came over bodily into "gospel order," as they called it, without change of name, officers or records. The only change apparent afterward was that the mourners' bench was used no more and penitent believers publicly confessed their faith in the Christ and were baptized for the remission of sins.
.....Moses Goodwin settled in White County, Ill., some time before 1840. Feb. 24, 1839, he organized the Christian Church at Seven-mile Prairie, which became the mother of all the churches of Christ in White County. His labors were constant and successful, but they undermined his health. He died at Grayville about the time he reached his prime.

Christian Record, April 1856, p. 126. NOTE: This very long obit has been abbreviated below. Material of no genealogical significance was ommitted.
ANOTHER PREACHER GONE.
.....Died, on the 12th day of November, 1855, at his late residence in White county, Illinois, Elder MOSES GOODWIN, in the 47th year of his age. The deceased was a brother to the beloved Elijah Goodwin, so well known as one of the most effective preachers of Indiana. Moses Goodwin was a native of Ohio, but brought to Indiana by his parents when he was but a child.
.....He embraced christianity when he was quite young, and soon began to speak publicly, by exhortation in social prayer meeting. His labors being much blessed, his usefulness soon became apparent to all, and he was encouraged to labor more extensively, in "the word and doctrine." His early labors were confined to Southern Indiana, but for the last ten or twelve years, he has resided in White County, Ill., where he spent much time in preaching the word, through a large district of country.
.....He was very successful in winning souls to Christ. He was emphatically an extemporaneous speaker, never tying himself down to notes, and was much more particular, as to the matter, than the manner of his discourses...
.....Brother Goodwin was among the first who, in southern Indiana, embraced and preached "primitive christianity," as proclaimed by the original witnesses of Christ, the leading principles of which distinguish the "current reformation." And to these principles he adhered to his last moments on earth...
.....In the death of brother Moses Goodwin, a christian wife has lost a kind and affectionate husband, four or five children have lost a tener and beloved father; and the church has lost one of her most effective preachers; but our loss is his great gain, for he has gone "where the wicked cease from troubling, and the weary are at rest."
.....We offer our heartfelt sympathy to sister Goodwin and family, in her great bereavement, and to brother Elijah Goodwin, in the loss of a dear brother and true yoke-ellow.
J. M. M., Editor

Notes for MOSES GOODWIN:
[Crabtree.FTW]
..... Moses was a preacher and is listed on the 1850 White Co., IL census as being 41 years of age, living with his wife, Narcissa who is 38, and their 6 children. They named two of their daughters Mary. The latter two children were born in IL--which meant the family came to IL about 1847.
..... According to other research I received, in 1840 Benjamin Williams and Lydia Crabtree (sister to George Washington Crabtree) were living in Gibson County. Sometime prior to 1850, Ben moved his family to Grayville, IL. His neighbor in Grayville was this Moses Goodwin--one of the founders of the Seven-Mile Prairie Church (1839), a split from the Old Union Church in IN. In 1848, the Williams sold 10 acres of their Gibson Co. property to Moses Goodwin. Moses must have traveled, perhaps preaching, from 1835-1847 from White Co, IL to Gibson Co., IN.
..... I was going over the Johnson material I have because the Johnsons married into my line of Goodwins and they were instrumental in beginning the Seven Mile Prairie Church in White Co. The church no longer stands now. I had an old copy of some xeroxed pages from a book on the History of the Disciples Church in IL and it tells of Arthur Johnson and clan. From the reading and what I now know, I have put together the following relationships and am sending two attachments--one in works and the other in word--tell me if there are corrections.
.....A big question--when exactly did Aaron die? Mary Polly married John Johnson afterwards. This is the paragraph written by the Hon. W. H. Johnson of Lancaster, IL (about 1915):

My great-grandfather, Arthur Johnson, and wife, and my grandfather, John Johnson, and his wife, orginal or charter members of the Seven Mile Prairie Church, had been charter members of the Old Union Church in IN, which organized over 100 yrs ago [I think his timing is off--due to when Aaron
died in 1828--and few churches were organized until after 1816 when IN became a state] About the time the church in Seven Mile was organized (1835), Elder Moses Goodwin (b/o Axie) succeded in bringing Old Union as a whole into the CampbellReformation. Elijah Goodwin (b/o Axie), whose mother--then the wife of my grandfather Johnson, brother Moses and two sisters--Mrs. Lurranah Johnson and Mrs. Axie Crabtree--lived in the Prairie often visited the neighborhood and preached there.

..... An earlier paragraph states the 8 people who were charter members of Seven Mile were Arthur Johnson, Lucy Johnson, John Johnson, Polly Johnson, A. L. Johnson, Luranah Johnson, Martin Johnson and Comfort Johnson. I assumed all are couples, but I don't know where Martin fits.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~monticue/William_Crabtree_Descendants_Helens_Line.htm :
I show a Moses Goodwin (brother to Achsah--1st wife of George Washington Crabtree) owning land in Gibson Co-- R32, T3, R12 (SE 1/4, NW 1/2 S part of NE 1/4, NW 1/4) in Nov. 1848. This land was next to a William Crabtree (1858) NW 1/4, NE 1/4, S 32, T3, R12 (Book S--p. 343--Gibson Co). This land was right on the Posey/Gibson line and Moses and his mom, Mary, owned land in Posey Co (1835) right across from the land in Gibson Co. This land is about 2 miles due north of Poseyville. Evidently, the Goodwins and Crabtrees had land close to each other. By 1858, William had married his second wife.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/5807/mtpchurch.htm :
Mt. Pleasant Christian Church is located seven miles northeast of McLeansboro, Illinois. This is the oldest Christian Church in Hamilton County. It was founded on August 22, 1851, by Moses Goodwin, who was the grandfather of Mrs. S. M. Blades.

Meetings were held in a barn owned by David Upton until 1855 when a log building was erected on land donated by Jefferson Garrison. This structure was replaced in 1874 by the present frame chapel. This last building has been kept in good repair to this day.

Charter members were: Alfred and Mary Drew, James E. Lee and wife, Jefferson Garrison and wife, Sarah Smithpeters, Jane Reynolds, and Alice Vaughan.

Present enrollment is about 40, with Bible School each Lord's Day with communion following Present members include such names as: Drew, Hutchinson, Ingram, Nelson, Preston, Sabel, Tittle, Tracy, Travis, Sigler, and York.

Moses Goodwin, the founder, settled in White County about l840. On February 24, 1839, he organized the Seven Mile Christian Church which became the Mother of the churches in White County. His labors were constant and successful. He died at Grayville, Illinois, at the peak of his career.

http://www.gencircles.com/users/easinger/1/data/1477.html says that Moses and Narcissa were the parents of Celia A. Goodwin m. Burris Harris b. 3 Apr 1848 in Posey, CO, and they had Clara N. Harris b. 1871. But this site has some other data wrong, and seems to have placed Posey County in Colorado through a typo. Isn't it an Indiana county?

White County, Illinois Brides
ABSHEAR, JOHN .....GOODWIN, ANN MARIA .....WHITE.....10/13/1846 002/
BURNETT, JOHN A .....GOODWIN, ARAETTE .....WHITE.....01/02/1854 004/
HARDIN, DANIEL R .....GOODWIN, ARMILDA C .....WHITE.....08/28/1865 006/
HARRIS, BURRIA .....GOODWIN, CELIA A .....WHITE .....11/18/1869 008/
VANWINKLE, JOHN .....GOODWIN, ELIZABETH J .....WHITE.....12/14/1870 008/
COTTON, JOSHUA .....GOODWIN, ESTHER C .....WHITE.....12/18/1854 004/
KELLY, GEORGE D .....GOODWIN, HARRIET D .....WHITE ..... 08/00/1853 003/
RELLY, GEORGE D .....GOODWIN, HARRIET D ..... WHITE .....09/25/1853 003/
GANN, ISHAM R .....GOODWIN, IRENA A .....WHITE.....04/01/1860 005/
WARD, WILLIAM O .....GOODWIN, JULIA .....WHITE.....06/21/1849 003/
WARD, WILLIAM .....GOODWIN, JULINEA .....WHITE.....06/00/1853 003/
GILKINSON, REUBEN C .....GOODWIN, LOUISE C .....WHITE.....03/20/1858 005/
REDMAN, JEFFERSON .....GOODWIN, LUANNA .....WHITE..... 01/03/1880 012/
KUYKENDALL, JAMES W .....GOODWIN, LUCINDA .....WHITE .....01/01/1855 004/
CHILDRISS, WILLIAM .....GOODWIN, LUCY .....WHITE..... 10/20/1827 001/
BALL, WILLIAM J ..... GOODWIN, MANESA G ..... WHITE ..... 03/22/1866 007/
VINES, GEORGE L .....GOODWIN, MARGARET C .....WHITE .....03/28/1855 004/ WILLIAMS, SQUIRE GOODWIN, MARTHA COMBS (MRS) .....WHITE ..... 03/00/1890 7/ MCHENRY, WILLIAM ..... GOODWIN, MARTHA J .....WHITE .....01/04/1855 004/
JACKSON, JAMES M .....GOODWIN, MARTHA M .....WHITE..... 12/04/1870 008/
JOHNSON, JOHN .....GOODWIN, MARY .....WHITE ..... 06/01/1843 002/
STORY, WILLIAM R .....GOODWIN, MARY E .....WHITE ..... 12/00/1888 016/
DUCKWORTH, BENJAMIN R .....GOODWIN, MARY R .....WHITE ..... 09/10/1863 006/
JOHNSON, ELI K .....GOODWIN, NANCY C .....WHITE..... 09/04/1853 003/
COTTER, WILLIAM L .....GOODWIN, SARAH .....WHITE .....04/07/1861 005/

Children of MOSES GOODWIN and NARCISSA ROSBOROUGH are:
..... i...... NANCY GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1833, Indiana.

Notes for NANCY GOODWIN:
White Co. IL brides list includes:
JOHNSON, ELI K ...GOODWIN, NANCY C ...WHITE...09/04/1853... 003/
42......ii......ELIJAH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1836, Posey County, Indiana; d. April 24, 1864, Cahaba Prison, Alabama.
.....iii......HARRIET D. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1838, Indiana.
Notes for HARRIET D. GOODWIN:
White County, Illinois brides list includes:
RELLY, GEORGE D ...GOODWIN, HARRIET D ...WHITE...09/25/1853 003/
.....iv......MARY R. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1843, Indiana; m. BENJAMIN DUCKWORTH, September 10, 1863, White County, Illinois.
Notes for MARY R. GOODWIN:
White Co. Illinois brides:
DUCKWORTH, BENJAMIN R ...GOODWIN, MARY R ...WHITE...09/10/1863...006/
.....v......MARY N. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1847, Illinois.
.....vi......WILLIAM T. GOODWIN, b. Feb. 1850, White County, Illinois, and d. there abt. 1853.

9. LOURNA GOODWIN (AARON) was born February 22, 1812, and died June 22, 1855. She married ARTHUR L. JOHNSON January 21, 1833 in White County, Illinois, son of ARTHUR JOHNSON and LUCY HARMON. He was born November 18, 1809 in Indiana.

Notes for LOURNA GOODWIN:
..... Susannah and Aaron had 5 sons and one daughter before she died. Aaron went back to Ohio and married Mary Chapman. The sons stayed with their mother's people in KY.

Notes for MARY POLLY CHAPMAN:
..... John and Mary (Polly) were the charter members of the Seven Mile Prairie Church outside Carmi, IL and were also charter members of the Old Union Church (about 1828 or later) in Gibson Co., IN. She was married to John Johnson when Old Union was founded.

Arthur L. Johnson (Lurannah's husband) was Arthur Johnson (spouse of Lucy Harmon). From the History of the Disciples of Christ in IL, on the 24th day of Feb, 1839, the Seven Mile Prairie Church was founded by Moses Goodwin (brother to Achsah), and the eight people who signed as the first charter members were: Arthur Johnson and Lucy Johnson (wife); John Johnson and Polly Johnson (wife); Arthur L. Johnson and Lurannah Johnson (wife); and Martin Johnson and Comfort Johnson (wife). I don't know how Martin fits with Arthur L. Johnson--either a brother or perhaps uncle.
..... On Aug 21 of that year (1839), there were twenty-eight members, Moses had moved to the Prairie and he and A.L. Johnson were elders of the congregation, with John and James M. Johnson, deacons. The Seven-Mile Church was a split from the Old Union Church (founded abt 1830) with Arthur L. and Lucy, and John Johnson and his wife as charter members in Gibson Co. Old Union is close to the county line and I don't know which county it actually is in. But since there is a Johnson Twp. in Gibson Co, I assume Old Union is there.

One source of data: http://www.gencircles.com/users/jeff59/1/data/1358

Children of LOURNA GOODWIN and ARTHUR JOHNSON are:
43......i......ALONZO L. JOHNSON, b. December 01, 1835, White County, Illinois; d. May 21, 1913, Enfield, White, Illinois, USA.
.....ii......MARY EVALINE JOHNSON, b. March 23, 1840 Illinois. She d. 27 Aug 1852 in Enfield, White, Illinois, USA.
.....iii......MARIA ELZINA JOHNSON, b. March 23, 1840 White County, IL, and died there 02 Apr 1842.
44...... iv......ELIJAH GOODWIN JOHNSON, b. December 04, 1842, White County, Illinois; d. March 19, 1925.
.....v......MARHA JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1853.

10. JAMES CHARLES GOODWIN (AARON) was born Aft. 1819 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA. He married ELLEN DAVIS January 08, 1838 in Daviess County, Indiana, daughter of LEVI DAVIS. She was born Abt. 1820 in Kentucky.

Name: James C. Goodwin
Spouse: Ellen Davis
Date: 8 Jan 1838
County: Daviess
State: Indiana
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT
Microfilm: 1433573

Child of JAMES GOODWIN and ELLEN DAVIS is:
.....i......RALPH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1845, Daviess County, Indiana.

11. ACHSAH GOODWIN (AARON) was born Abt. 1819 in Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1860. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON CRABTREE Abt. 1838 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA, son of WILLIAM CRABTREE and SARAH BENNETT. He was born August 06, 1814 in Christian County, Kentucky, and died February 28, 1887.

Notes for ACHSAH GOODWIN:
Text from Nathaniel S. Haynes, History of the Disciples in Illinois 1819-1914 , pages 434 - 437. This online edition ? 1997, James L. McMillan.
"Hon. W. H. Johnson, of Lancaster, Illinois, writing of these people and this church, says:
'My great-grandfather, Arthur Johnson, and wife, and my grandfather, John Johnson, and his wife, original or charter members of the Seven Mile Prairie Church, had been charter members of the Old Union Church in Indiana, which organized over one hundred years ago. About the time the church in Seven Mile Prairie was organized, Elder Moses Goodwin succeeded in bringing Old Union Church, as a whole, into what was called the Campbell Reformation. Elijah Goodwin, whose mother (then the wife of my Grandfather Johnson), brother Moses and two sisters (Mrs. Luranah Johnson and Mrs. Axie Crabtree) lived in the Prairie, often visited the neighborhood and preached here. Moses Goodwin and Fenton Lumm, both natural orators and splendid preachers, lived in Seven Mile Prairie and their labors took in all the surrounding country. My uncle, Arthur Johnson, one of the first elders, was an able preacher and a strong defender of the faith, but never became an evangelist. He conducted three public discussions successfully. Frank Murdock, S. F. Rogers, Barton W. Kello and Isaac Kello were faithful ministers sent out by Old Seven Mile Prairie Church.'"

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON CRABTREE:
A major source is http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~monticue/William_Crabtree_Descendants_Helens_Line.htm

.....The Crabtrees, Johnsons, and Goodwins were charter members of the Old Union Church in Posey/Gibson Co., IN. Due to a split in the church, Moses Goodwin (brother of Achsah) was instrumental in the establishment of the Seven-Mile Prairie Church in IL (1839). The split was not without bitterness. Many of Benjamin Williams (husband of Lydia Crabtree) family, and the Johnsons (Ben's mother's family) had been members of Old Union at its beginnings. After the division, most of the Williams's family members continued in Old Union while many of the Johnsons affiliated themselves with the Seven-Mile. Arthur Johnson and at least one son and two grandsons, were charter members of the new church. Axie and her family were living in IL by the 1850 censes--their oldest was 7 and youngest was Narcissa who was not one year old. The children were born in IN. Sometime before 1850 or before the census, they moved from Gibson Co., to IL.
.....Charter members of the Seven-Mile Church included Arthur Johnson, Lucy Johnson, John Johnson, Polly Johnson, A. L. Johnson, Lurannah Johnson, Martin Johnson and Comfort Johnson.

CRABTREE, LAND, GOODWIN,
EDWARDS,BENNETT
Posted by Helen Keusch on Wed, 25 Mar 1998
I am seeking descendants and ancestors of the family of William Crabtree and Sarah (Sallie) Bennett who came to Posey County about 1816 from Christian Co., KY. One of their children, George Washington Crabtree, married Achsah (Axie) Goodwin--daughter of Elijah Goodwin of Posey/Gibson Co. George and Axie's daughter, Narcissa Goodwin Crabtree, married Abraham Land--son of Abraham Land and Sarah Edwards of Gibson Co. I do have quite a bit on the Lands and Crabtrees, but would like to extend the Bennett, Edwards, and Goodwin lines. Thank you.
Helen Keusch

CRABTREE, CRABTREES, GOODWIN, GOODWINS, LAND, LANDS posted by Helen Keusch on Friday, June 12, 1998
I am seeking information on the George Washington CRABTREE, Elijah GOODWIN and Abraham LAND families. George was the son of William Crabtree (NC>KY>Posey Co., IN) and married Achsah (Axie) GOODWIN, daughter of Elijah GOODWIN. Axie had 2 known siblings-- Moses and Lurannah. George and Axie had 7 known children: William Aaron, Benjamin, Elijah Newton, Mary Jane, Narcissa, Mariah Lydia, and Arthur Lewis. Narcissa married Abraham LAND and she and Abe are my great grandparents. This branch of CRABTREES, LANDS, and GOODWINS all moved to White CO. IL about 1870-80's and are buried in White County. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks. Helen Keusch

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~monticue/William_Crabtree_Descendants_Helens_Line.htm :
...In a March 9, 1835 Court Case (Posey County), JAMES BENNETT, THOMAS BENNETT and GEORGE W. CRABTREE were charged with assult and battery on DR. JOHN M. HAMILTON. The wife (wf of WM Crabtree), who was a sister of the BENNETTs, had died in childbirth. ( I don't know if Sarah went into labor in Aug, and the baby died then--which was the cause of the beating--HK. Sarah didn't die until Sept (a month after the beating) perhaps from the childbirth effects (my guess--HK). The three men felt the doctor was negligant and beat him up.
...Witnesses were: LEWIS DEFUR, JOHN BENNETT, TURNER NELSON, and JONATHAN JOHN and JAMES EMMERSON. When the case was tried, WILLIAM EMMERSON and SCARBROUGH were not found. The court case papers I do have state that the beating took place on Aug 13, 1834 at Harmony Township in Posey County and the three men were charged with assault and battery with intent to murder. The bail was set at $500.00 which evidently was posted by George W. Crabtree (the defendant), Legro Bennett, William Carry (?) and Caleb Overton. George pleaded not guilty, but was found guilty by the jury in the indictment trial, fined $100.00 and that he be imprisoned in the county jail of Posey County for the term of one month. George asked for a new trial. The new trial was denied, half of the fine ($50.00) was remitted by the governor of IN and the other half of the fine went to a Posey Co. seminary (school for students) to be used for its (seminary's) needs. I don't know if George went to jail for 30 days, but he had to pay court costs, plus $50.00.

Noah Noble
Governor of the State of Indiana
To all who should see these presents, Greetings. Whereas George W. Crabtree was at the recent term of the Posey Circuit Court on a charge of an assault and battery, fined one hundred dollars, and sentenced to one month's imprisonment in the County Jail. Therefore - Be it known that I do hereby remit (--?--) the said Crabtree the said sentence of imprisonment and fifty dollars of the said fine. In testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand and cause the seal of said State to be affixed at Indianapolis this 22nd day of March 1835.
Seal

There's some dispute whether the assault was over the death in childbirth of George's mother Sarah Bennett Crabtree (she was about 42 when she died) or the similar death of an unrecorded first wife.

Census: 1840 census of Posey Co., Robb Twp:
Wash Crabtree Wm Crabtree (neighbor to Wash)
1 M (0-5) 1F (60-70) 1 M (50-60) 2F (10-15) 2 M (20-30)

Census: 1850 census of White Co., IL, Grayville district--p. 346, #1143:
George W. Crabtree 34 KY
Achsah 30 IN
William A. 10 IN
Benj. F. 7 IN
Elijah N. 6 IN
Mary J. 3 IN
Narcissa G. 2 mos. or 7 mos. IN

In the material Don DuBois sent to Jane Tooman , typewritten, not a copy, is the 1870 census,
White Co., IL, living next to George Washington and Jane (Land) Crabtree:
Harman, Caroline...35...Keep house... IN
...Mary...14 ...IN
...Sarah ...12...IN
...William...9...IN
...Smith, Elizabeth...62...VA

The 1880 census of White Co., IL, has the following for GW and Jane:
George W. 65 KY NC VA
Jane 43 IN NC NC
Rosa 13 IL
Allie 11 IL
Sallie 8 IL
Anna 6 IL
George W. 1/12 IL (May, 1880)

According to the census, they lived in Carmi Twp (town of Carmi). Did they move into town? The census stated that George W. was a retired farmer.

.....George Washington Crabtree died at his home in Seven Mile Prairie, White Co., ILL of heart disease. He was born in Ky, came to In. he came to ILL in 1848 and settled on the farm where he spent most of his life. He married twice and was the father of 15 children. This is from an obituary written in the Carmi Ill courier.Per the obit:
George Washington Crabtree died at his home in Seven Mile Prairie, White Co., ILL of heart disease. He was born in Ky, came to In. He came to ILL in 1848 and settled on the farm where he spent most of his life. He married twice (Achsah Goodwin and Jane Land) and was the father of 15 children. This is from an obituary written in the Carmi Ill Courier. Per George Crabtree (AR): Jane's petition for letters of administration for Wash's estate dated April 15, 1887 states that Wash died "possessed of 2 lots and one house in Carmi---" So evidently it seems if George and Jane moved back to the farm before he died. HKeusch...
.....The eighth child may have died quite early and been a child of Wash and Axie, since the 1900 census states that Jane Land Crabtree (Wash's 2ond wife) had 7 children with 4 living. (per: George Crabtree, grandson) An eighth child may have been born after the youngest listed--Axie died before 1860 and the youngest listed child was born in 1855. (HKeusch).

Children of ACHSAH GOODWIN and GEORGE CRABTREE are:
45......i......WILLIAM AARON CRABTREE, b. Abt. 1840, Indiana; d. Abt. 1871, White County, Illinois.
.....ii......BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CRABTREE, b. Abt. 1843; d. November 21, 1863, New Orleans, Louisiana. Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CRABTREE: Death from army records.
.....iii......ELIJAH NEWTON CRABTREE, b. Abt. 1844; d. Bef. 1887.
.....iv......MARY JANE CRABTREE, b. Abt. 1847, Illinois; d. December 19, 1889; m. (1) JOHN FRYMIRE; m. (2) ALEC AUSTIN, April 08, 1866, White County, Illinois.
46......v......NARCISSA CRABTREE, b. April 30, 1850, White County, Illinois; d. June 17, 1916, Wayne County, Illinois.
.....vi......MARIAH LYDIA CRABTREE, b. Abt. 1852, Illinois; d. Bef. 1880; m. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON, September 24, 1871, White County, Illinois.
47......vii......ARTHUR LEWIS CRABTREE, b. January 12, 1855, White County, Illinois; d. August 30, 1923.

GENERATION NO. 3

12. ENOCH LASHIRE GOODWIN (JEREMIAH, AARON) was born Abt. 1806 in Indiana. He married (1) MARY ABRAHAM June 02, 1834 in Franklin County, Indiana, daughter of ENOCH ABRAHAM and REBECCA WYNN. She was born Abt. 1807 in Ohio or Fayette Co. PA, and died Abt. 1855 in Poweshiek County, Iowa. He married (2) on 16 Aug 1860 in Benton County, Iowa, to CHARLOTTE REBECCA POSTLETHWAITE, daughter of RICHARD POSTLETHWAITE and RACHEL WALBERT. She was born Abt. 1800 in Kentucky, and died Abt. 1889 in Plattesmouth, Cass County, Nebraska.

Notes for ENOCH LASHIRE GOODWIN:
Source: http://1scom.net/~mlacy/enochlgoodwin.pdf
1scom.net/~mlacy/davidcgoodwin.pdf
Becky Thill at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ttg13&id=I36673

This source says Enoch's father was a Jeremiah Goodwin. Given the Susanna Leasure/Lazear/Lashire connection, I am assuming Enoch was the son of this Jeremiah Goodwin. Lord knows, I may be wrong!

An Enoch Lashire Goodwin filed on 29 December 1835 from Franklin County, IN on land in Rush County.

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Shelby, Ripley, Indiana; Roll: M432_169; Page: 330; Image: 284.
Enoch L. Goodwin...44...IN...farmer...$400
Mary Goodwin...43...OH...
Benjamin Goodwin...15...IN...farmer
Nathan Goodwin...13...IN
Samuel Goodwin...12...IN
Rebecca Goodwin...10...IN
Mary Ann Goodwin...9...IN
Lurana Goodwin...8...IN
Martha J. Goodwin...6...IN
Davis Goodwin...4...IN
Content Goodwin...3...IN
Enoch L. Goodwin...2...IN

1856 - Jefferson, Poweshiek, Iowa
Ancestry.com. Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.
Original data: Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.
Enoch L. Goodwin...43...IN...farmer...
Samuel Goodwin...17...IN...farmer
Rebecca Goodwin...16...IN
Mary A Goodwin...15...IN
Lurana Goodwin...13...IN
David C Goodwin...11...IN
Content Goodwin...10....IN
Enoch L Goodwin...7...IN
John L Goodwin...6...IN

Census: 1860
Family State County Township ED Page Person Age Status
Goodwin, Iowa, Iowa County, Honey Creek (M653_325) 620
Enoch L. Goodwin... 48... Widowed
David Goodwin... 14... Son
Enoch Goodwin... 12... Son
John Goodwin... 8... Son

1880 - Sheridan, Poweshiek, Iowa Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Sheridan, Poweshiek, Iowa; Roll: T9_362; Family History Film: 1254362; Page: 436.1000; Enumeration District: 183; Image: 0053.
Wm R. Smith...27 ..IL, VA, MS
Laura A. Smith...27...IA, OH, OH
Maetable E. Smith...6...IA, IL, IA
Andrew Smith...4 ...IA, IL, IA
Celia Smith...1...IA, IL, IA
Thomas Smith...4 ...IA, IL, IA
E. L. Goodwin...66...IN, KY, NY...stepfather
Scharlotte Goodwin...66...IL, PA, NC...mother

Children of ENOCH GOODWIN and MARY ABRAHAM are:
.....i......BENJAMIN GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1835.
.....ii......NATHAN GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1837.
48.....iii......SAMUEL HICKS GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1838. He married ELLINDER F. SCOOT. He married FRANCES E. THOMPSON on 12 Jun 1905.

1870 - Sheridan, Poweshiek, Iowa (next door to J. L. Goodwin)
S. H. Goodwin...32...farmer...Indiana
Elenor Goodwin...24...VA
Mary A. Goodwin...11...VA
Enoch A. Goodwin...8...VA

1880 - Union, Benton, Missouri
H. Samuel Goodwin... 44...IN...farmer
F. Elender Goodwin... 36...VA...housekeeping
Joseph Scoot 66...VA...father-in-law...farm laborer

1900 - Union, Benton, Missouri
Samuel H Goodwin...70
Nathaniel Goodwin...18...grandson
Rachell Wilson...16...granddau...
Ettie M Wilson...16...granddau...
James S Wilson...24...grandson-in-law

E. A. Goodwin married Lutitia Edgecombs on Mar 25 1899 in Benton County, Missouri.
George Goodwin married Rosa Lee Lessley on Oct 20 1898 in Benton County, Missouri.
Etta Goodwin married J. S. Wilson on Jan 6 1898 in Benton County, Missouri.
Rosa B. Goodwin married Albert S. Place on Apr 21 1897 in Benton County, Missouri.
Rosa B. Goodwin married John H. Stortore on May 30 1895 in Benton County, Missouri.
Enoch A. Goodwin married Alleyfair Hobbs on Oct 17 1885 in Benton County, Missouri.
E.A. Goodwin married Lewisa Scott on Sept. 31, 1879 in Benton County, Missouri. page 176 of Benton County, Missouri Marriages, Book C (1873-1881) Groom Index

.....iv......CHARLOTTE REBECCA GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1840.
.....v......MARY ANN GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1841.
.....vi......LURANA GOODWIN, b. April 1843 Indiana; d. Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA; m. STEVE CRANE 20 May 1860 Iowa, Iowa, USA; d. Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa, USA. She apparently married ROBERT MAGDEN abt. 1895 Woodbury County, Iowa; he was b. Feb 1854, Iowa.
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Hartford, Iowa, Iowa; Roll: M593_396; Page: 226A; Image: 460; Family History Library Film: 545895.
Stephen Crane...53...PA...farmer...$1000 real estate...$5000 personal
Lurance Crane...30...IN
John Crane...16...PA...farm laborer
Thomas Crane...8...IA
William Crane...6...IA
George Crane...4...IA
Johnson Crane...2...IA
Mary Crane...8/12...IA
William Holden...24...PA...farm laborer
John L Face...32...MD...farm laborer
Elizabeth Crane...74...PA...illegible (witout?) occupant

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Hartford, Iowa, Iowa; Roll: 345; Family History Film: 1254345; Page: 179D; Enumeration District: 203; Image: 0221
Stephen Crayne...63...PA, PA, PA...
Lorena Crayne...38...IN, PA, IN...
William Crayne...16...IA, PA, IN
George Crayne...14...IA, PA, IN
Johnson Crayne...12...14...IA, PA, IN
Mary Crayne...10...14...IA, PA, IN
Daniel Crayne...8...14...IA, PA, IN
Hannah Crayne...6...14...IA, PA, IN
Sarah Crayne...4...14...IA, PA, IN
Christian Lyman...76...PA, NY, NY
Henry Campbell...32

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa; Roll: 467; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 178; FHL microfilm: 1240467
Robert Magden...46...Feb 1854...IA, blank, Canada...illegible occupation
Laura Magden...57...Apr 1843...IN, IN, IN...married 5 years...10 children, 7 living

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Sioux Ward 4, Woodbury, Iowa; Roll: T624_430; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0193; Image: 11; FHL microfilm: 1374443.
Lourana Magden...68...IN, IN, IN...widowed...lodging home...8 children, 1 living
Johnson Crane...38...IA, IN, IN...single...electrician
Ray Holden...22...IA, IA, PA

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Sioux City Precinct 4, Woodbury, Iowa; Roll: T625_520; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 206; Image: 531.
C W Stevens...61...IL, OH, OH...farm laborer
Mary Stevens...50...Wisconsin, France, IL
Lurana Magden...78...IN, IN, IN...widowed...roomer .....vii......MARTHA J. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1844.
49......viii......DAVID CURTIS GOODWIN, b. February 10, 1845, Holton, Ripley, Indiana, USA; d. October 29, 1925, Independece, Montgomery, Kansas, USA.
50......ix......ENOCH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1849, Indiana; d. Bef. 1916, York County, Nebraska.
51......x......JOHN LOYD GOODWIN, b. March 14, 1851, Holton, Ripley, Indiana, USA; d. December 26, 1913, Royal, Antelope, Nebraska, USA.

13. EDWIN CURTIS GOODWIN (JEREMIAH, AARON) was born about 1821 in Indiana, USA. He died on 03 Apr 1892 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA. He married LYDIA LINDSAY on 05 Sep 1842 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA. She was born about 1821 in Kentucky, USA.

Notes for Edwin Curtis Goodwin:
next door to Jeremiah and Maria Goodwin:
1850 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Edwin Goodwin...29...IN...farmer...IN...
Lydia Goodwin...29...KY
William Goodwin...8...IN
Amanda Goodwin...1...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana; Roll M653_293; Page: 138; Image: 145; Family History Library Film: 803293.
Edward C Goodwin...39...IN...farmer...$1000 real...$300 personal
Lydia Goodwin...39...KY
William Goodwin...16...IN...farmer
Amanda W Goodwin...12...IN
Margareta Goodwin...7...IN
Susan Goodwin...5...IN

1870 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Edwin Goodwin...52...farmer...$1600...$400...Tennessee
Lydia Goodwin...52...KY
Margaret Goodwin...17...Indiana
Susan Goodwin...16...IN
Enoch Goodwin...11...IN
James Goodwin...6...IN
Sarah Goodwin...4...IN

1880 census for Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Edwin C. Goodwin...63...IN...VA...NY...farmer
Lydia Goodwin...63...KY...KY...KY
William H. Goodwin...36...IN...laborer
.James Goodwin...17...IN...works on farm
Sarah Goodwin...13...IN

Edwin Curtis Goodwin and Lydia Lindsay had the following children:
.....i.... WILLIAM H.4 GOODWIN was born about 1842 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
52..... ii..... AMANDA GOODWIN was born about 1849 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA. She married MICHAEL MCDONALD. He was born about 1846 in Indiana, USA.
.....iii..... SUSAN GOODWIN was born about 1854 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
.....iv..... ENOCH GOODWIN was born about 1859 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
.....v..... JAMES GOODWIN was born about 1864 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi..... SARAH GOODWIN was born about 1866 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.

14. JEREMIAH F. GOODWIN (Jeremiah, Aaron) was born about 1826 in Indiana, USA. He married MARIAH BRADSHAW on 22 Aug 1844 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA. She was born about 1829 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for Jeremiah F. Goodwin:
next door to Edwin Curtis Goodwin:
1850 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Jeremiah Goodwin...24...farmer...$50...IN
Maria Goodwin...21...IN
Davis Goodwin...5...IN
John Goodwin...2...IN

1860 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Jeremiah Goodwin...37...IN...farmer...$300 real estate...$200 personal
Mariah Goodwin...32...IN
Davis C. Goodwin...14...IN
John S. Goodwin...12...IN
William Goodwin...8...IN
Martha A. Goodwin...2...IN

1870 Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Jeremiah Goodwin...52...IN...farmer...$100 real estate...$150 personal
Mariah Goodwin...46...IN
John Goodwin...21...IN...farm laborer
William Goodwin...17...IN
Martha Goodwin...12...IN
Rebecca Goodwin...10...IN
Mary F. Goodwin...2...IN

Jeremiah F. Goodwin and Mariah Bradshaw had the following children: .....i. ...DAVIS C. GOODWIN was born about 1845 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
1930 - Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana
Charles V Staggs...44...IN, IN, IN
Mayme E Staggs...43...IN, US, US
Ralph W Staggs...21...IN, IN, IN...laborer, hi-way
Selma R Staggs...16...IN, IN, IN
Madge L Staggs...12...IN, IN, IN
Davis C Goodwin...84...IN, IN, IN...lodger (said "foster father" but crossed out)...widowed...
.....ii..... JOHN S. GOODWIN was born about 1847 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii..... WILLIAM GOODWIN was born about 1852 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Otter Creek, Ripley, Indiana; Roll: T624_376; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 150; Image: 995
William Goodwin...57...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer...married 29 years
Hattie Goodwin...53...IN, IN, IN...2 children, 1 living
.....iv..... MARTHA A. GOODWIN was born about 1858 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
.....v..... REBECCA GOODWIN was born about 1860 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
.....vi..... MARY F. GOODWIN was born about 1868 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA.

15. JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN (WILLIAM, AARON) was born Abt. 1804 in Fleming County, Kentucky. He married (1) POLLY PENDLAND, daughter of ALEXANDER PENDLAND. He possibly married (2) HARRIET SHANE or SHAIN abt. 1835. (If so, she's the mother of James W. Goodwin and Nancy S. Goodwin.) He married (3) PATIENCE APPLEGATE January 18, 1841 in Greenup County, Kentucky.

Notes for JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN:
Posted by Vern Paul (vernpaul at earthlink.net) on September 14, 1998:
In Reply to: Re: GOODWIN, VA-MD-KY posted by Marilyn Goodwin Conway Nancy Goodwin Adkins on April 04, 1998 at 11:45:39:
Would like to exchange information: My great-grandmother was Nannie Louisa Goodwin, b. 25 Sept. 1877, nr Poplar Plains in Fleming Co., KY, dau of Robert Goodwin and Louisa O. Griffith. Robert was b. 5 Oct. 1853 in Lewis Co., KY, son of Milton Goodwin and Sarah Jane Hughes. Milton was born 1826 in Fleming Co., KY, and died in 1860 at Tollesboro, Lewis Co ., son of James Goodwin and Polly Pendland [dau of Alexander Pendland]. James was son of William Goodwin and William the son of Aaron Goodwin.

1850 in Greenup Co. KY census

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 1, Greenup, Kentucky; Roll: M432_202; Page: 242B; Image: 492.
Jas Goodwin...46...KY...farmer
Patience Goodwin...41...KY
Jas M Goodwin...13...KY
Nancy S Goodwin...13...KY
Josiah Goodwin...8...KY
Bluford Goodwin...7...KY
M A Goodwin...1...KY...female

When/where did he die? 22 Nov 1890 in Wallington, Kentucky (which doesn't seem to exist) per http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/28402105/person/26023081796 but no details are given. Another tree gave it as March 27, 1907, but he'd have been over 100 years old. I think they confused him with his son Josiah H. Goodwin. Sources include:
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/17530007/person/526483279
This tree claims his widow Harriet Armstrong married Josiah Goodwin on 19 Nov 1867 in Lewis County, KY and bore him a child, which seems impossible. I'm sticking to his wife being a Harriet Shane, not that Harriet Armstrong. I think they've confused this Harriet with the wife of his son, James W. Goodwin.

Children of JAMES GOODWIN and POLLY PENDLAND are:
.....i......AMELIA GOODWIN.
.....ii......ISAAC GOODWIN.
.....iii......WILLIAM GOODWIN.
53......iv......MILTON GOODWIN, b. 1827, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. 07 Oct 1860, buried in Yeager, Tollesboro, Lewis, Kentucky, USA.
54......v......JAMES W. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1836; d. 12 Oct 1861.
.....vi......NANCY GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1837.

Children of JAMES WILLIAM GOODWIN and PATIENCE APPLEGATE:
55......vii......JOSIAH JOSEPH GOODWIN, b. July 14, 1843, Greenup County, Kentucky; d. March 27, 1907, Lewis County, Kentucky.
.....viii......BLUFORD GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1844, Greenup County, Kentucky; d. Lewis County, Kentucky.

Notes for BLUFORD GOODWIN:
probably died in Poorhouse in Lewis Co Ky in late 1880's; he is there in 1880 census:
Year: 1880; Census Place: Hendersons, Lewis, Kentucky; Roll: 428; Family History Film: 1254428; Page: 130D; Enumeration District: 062; Image: 0499
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Horace APPLEGATE ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 34 ... KY ... Poor House Master ... KY ... OH
Drusilla APPLEGATE ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 26 ... OH ... Keeping House ... OH ... OH
Bluford GOODWIN ... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 32 ... OH ... Pauper ... --- ... OH
16. ENOCH GOODWIN (WILLIAM, AARON) was born May 30, 1807 in North Bend, Hamilton, Ohio, USA, and died July 13, 1895 in Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He married (1) MELISSA STAGGS March 28, 1826 in Fleming County, Kentucky, daughter of JAMES STAGGS and SARAH BEARD. She was born Abt. 1812 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died September 15, 1846 in Rush County, Indiana. He married (2) LEVINA SILLS March 09, 1848 in Rush County, Indiana, daughter of JOSEPH SILLS and REBECCA RAIRDON. She was born Abt. 1818 in Ohio. He married (3) RUTH BERRYMAN September 16, 1869 in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ENOCH GOODWIN:
Enoch Goodwin, son of William, was reared on a farm in Lewis County, Kentucky, and had little opportunity for education.

The 1826 Marriage Bonds include Goodwin, Enoch and Melissa Staggs (James Staggs B. and F.) March 25, 1826

Every other one of his children by Melissa Staggs--that is, Gilson, John, James, and Critchfield--was born "deaf and dumb."

In 1831, he settled in Rush County, IN where SKETCHES OF RUSH COUNTY, by Mary Alexander and Capitola Dill, 1915) says: "The first school in Walker Township was taught by Reuben Heflin in the old log Baptist church southeast of what is now Homer. Enoch Goodwin taught in the same school when Joseph Cotton and M.B. Hopkins. It is related of these boys that when the teacher went home to dinner they would mount the pupit and declare their tongues should make them a living or they would dispense with them."

Both boys later became ministers! But was this our Enoch? It may have been the son of Aaron Goodwin and Mary Chapman. After all, if he little opportunity for education, why would he be teaching?

Per findagrave.com entry for "Melison Goodwin"
Melison is on the list of Hurst Cemetery names and dates taken from a previous reading that was done about the late 1930's. No stones were found at this reading.
Inscription: Consort of Enoch; Aged 40y, 6m, 1d
Burial: Hurst Cemetery, Homer, Rush County, Indiana, USA

Enoch's second wife, Lavina Sills, daughter of Joseph Sills and Rebecca Rairdon, took on the task of caring for his 8 children, as well as having another seven children of her own by Enoch.

In the 1850 Census for Rush Co. IN, District No. 97, page 473, 2 Oct. 1850, at House # 1423:
Enoch Goodwin...43...KY...Farmer
Lavina Goodwin...32...OH
Sarah Goodwin...21...KY
Jno. Goodwin...19...KY...mute
William Goodwin...17...KY
James Goodwin...14...IN...mute
Elizabeth Goodwin...12...IN
Crichfield Goodwin...10...IN...mute
Lucinda Goodwin...8...IN
Joseph Goodwin...1...IN
Francis M. Goodwin...1/12...IN

In 1854, the family moved to Kansas; they returned in 1858. In 1862, they moved to Madison Township, Tipton, Indiana.

Census: 1880, Census Place: Wildcat, Tipton, Indiana
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Enoch GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 73 ... KY ... Farmer ... PA ... PA
Ruth GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 67 ... TN ... Keeping House ... NC ... NC
Obediah GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 28 ... IN ... Farm Hand ... KY ... OH
...Family History Library Film ...1254315 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0315
...Page Number ...21A

Enoch's third marriage was childless. He was 62, Ruth was 56.

He was a Republican from the time that party was formed, belonged to the Universalist Church, and for several years served as Justice of the Peace in Rush County, Indiana.

TIPTON ADVOCATE (Friday, July 26, 1895, page 1, vol. XVII, number 48):
Death of Enoch Goodwin
..... Last Sunday, Enoch Goodwin, father of Lee Goodwin, died at the home of his son at the age of 88 years. He was one among the oldest citizens of Tipton county and was one of her pioneer citizens. He was a prominent and leading man and took an active part in public affairs until incapacitated by age. He was an earnest and ardent Republican and always voted the Republican ticket. Away back in 1872, he went to a political speaking, when Dan Waugh made one of his enthusiastic speeches and the old man was so well pleased with it that he wanted to live until Dan Waugh went to Congress. He did live to vote for him twice.

{This has nothing to do with Enoch, but it was the following article and too cute to pass up:
"She Tackles Him From Three Directions
..... Miss Sina Luttrell, who resides near Kempton, is after Wid Reece, a young man, who robbed her of that which should be pure and holy. As a result of his indiscreetness she has filed three suits against him, and he will have a world of trouble of getting out of all of them. One of the suits filed charges him with bardery, another charges him with seduction and the other is a suit for breach of promise. Some time ago he was arrested and lodged in jail but was bailed out by his mother. He don't seem to be much concerned about it now, but his time is a coming."}

TIPTON COUNTY HER LAND & PEOPLE 1844-1976 (pgs. 531-532):
ENOCH GOODWIN, father of Leander Goodwin, was born in North Bend, Ohio, May 30, 1807. He is of pure German descent. His grandfather on his mother's side, Judge Sims, bought of the General Goverment 10,000 acres, at 12 1/2 cents per acre, of the tract ceded by the Indians to the United States after their defeat by Anthony Wayne in 1795. This tract he leased for ninety-nine years. As Cincinnati now stands upon it, the descendants, including Gen. W.H. Harrison and Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, are looking forward longingly to the time when it will fall into their hands. Mr. Goodwins paternal grandfather and grandmother were Abraham and Elizabeth Hendricks. Enoch was reared on a farm in Lewis County, Kentucky, and had little opportunity to secure an education. In 1831, he settled in Rush County, Ind; moved to Kansas in 1854, and returned in 1858. In 1862 he came to Madison Township. He was married to Melissa Staggs, daughter of James and Sarah (Beard) Staggs, of Fleming County, KY, March 28, 1826. By her he had eight children, every other one of whom were deaf mutes. One of the mutes received a fine education, and was for a time a teacher in Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. Goodwin died September 15, 1846. Mr. Goodwin was next married, in 1848, to Lavina Sills, daughter of Thomas and Rebecca (Rairdon) Sills, of Rush County. Mr. Goodwin has been a Republican ever since the birth of that party. For several years he served as a Justice of the Peace in Rush County. He belongs to the Universalist Church, and his wife to the Christian Church.

Sources include World Tree at ancestry.com for Tina Weismiller.

Children of ENOCH GOODWIN and MELISSA STAGGS are:
.....i......GILSON GOODWIN, d. Bef. 1858. Deaf
56......ii......SARAH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1829, Kentucky.
57.....iii......JOHN GOODWIN, b. was born on 24 Oct 1832 in Kentucky, USA. Deaf
58.....iv......WILLIAM G. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1833, Kentucky; d. March 02, 1923, Argos, Marshall, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM GOODWIN:
Resided at South Bend and Argos for a long time, and in Tipton County, Indiana. Died in Argos of heart trouble when over the age of 90. Found in coal house where he'd gone for fuel.

TIPTON TRIBUNE 5 MAR 1923
WILLIAM GOODWIN DEAD
SUCCUMBED AT HIS HOME AT ARGOS WITH HEARD TROUBLE
Mr. and Mrs. Macel Goodwin of Elwood amd Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin of Curtisville were in the city for a short time Monday,being on their way to Argos to attend the funeral services of William Goodwin,an uncle. Mr.Goodwin was past ninety years of age and died suddenly Saturday with heart trouble, his body being found in the coal house where he went after fuel. Mr. Goodwin resided at South Bend and Argos for a long period and a number of years ago lived at Curtisville in Tipton County, he is survived by two brothers; Lee Goodwin of Curtisville and James Goodwin of the state of Louisiana

59......v......JAMES GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1836, Indiana.
.....vi......ELIZABETH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1838.
60..... vii......CRITCHFIELD GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1840, Indiana.
Notes for CRITCHFIELD GOODWIN:
The Fleming County KY Deed Book 34, on page 412, mentions a "Cushfield Goodwin"

Sarah Ann "Sally" Vanderford b. May 16, 1838 in Indiana, d. July 11, 1915, buried in Sparta Cemetery, Kimmell, Noble County, Indiana
m. Apr. 9, 1866 Critchfield Goodwin (could this be our lad?)
m 2. Dec 27, 1897 (or Jan 16), William J. Tyler, bc. 1848

1880: Joel Vanderford and his wife were farming in York Township, Noble County, Indiana. Two of their daughters, Sally Ann Goodwin, a dressmaker, and Mary Covill were living with them.

4/24/04
"My records show that Sarah Ann married Critchfield Goodwin 1839-1869 on April 09, 1866 in Noble County, Indiana and they had one child Robert Goodwin Born September 03, 1867 and Died September 23, 1869 he is buried at Wolf Lake Cemetery Noble County , Indiana. Critchfield died of wounds in the Civil War. She married William Tyler January 16, 1890 in Noble County, Indiana."-- hcvan at skyenet.net
Herb Vanderford

61......viii......LEANDER GOODWIN, b. October 08, 1842, Rush County, Indiana; d. January 06, 1931, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

Children of ENOCH GOODWIN and LEVINA SILLS are:
......ix......ELMER GOODWIN. Could Elmer, son of Enoch Goodwin, be named William Elmer? A William E. Goodwin married Lillie M. Cough on 13 August 1898 in Tipton County, Indiana.
.....x......ISILINE GOODWIN.
.....xi......OLIVER GOODWIN.

Notes for OLIVER GOODWIN:
I don't suppose he's this Oliver...
Marion National Cemetery
Marion, Grant County, Indiana
Goodwin, Charles A, d. 07/14/1936, PFC 5 ENGRS 7TH DIV IND WWI, Plot: 5 G-3202, bur. 07/16/1936, *
Goodwin, Oliver P, d. 10/01/1913, PVT CO E, 130TH IND INF, Plot: 3 2159 R8, bur. 10/03/1913, *
Goodwin, Patrick, b. 01/26/1925, d. 01/10/1987, PFC US. ARMY, Plot: 1 61A, bur. 01/13/1987, *
.....xii.......JOSEPH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1849, d. before 1860. 62.....xiii.......FRANCIS M. GOODWIN, b. April 06, 1850, Rush County, Indiana; d. December 01, 1922, Tipton County, Indiana.
63......xiv......OBADIAH GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1852, Rush County, Indiana. He married AMANDA ELLEN MYERLY on 31 Aug 1885 in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA, daughter of George Myerly and Susan Claybaugh. She was born on 04 Oct 1844 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She died on 30 May 1922 in Delaware County, Indiana, USA.
......xv.....DAVID GOODWIN.
Notes for DAVID GOODWIN:
There is a David Goodwin, 40, born Indiana, in the 1880 Soundex for Green, Parker Co. IN (26, 175, 23, 7) with wife Ara, 30, born Iowa; children Wm. C., 8, Iowa and Fred H., 1, IN. Could this be our David, son of Enoch?

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
David GOODWIN...Self...M...Male...W...40...IN...Laborer ... OH...OH
Ana GOODWIN...Wife... M...Female...W...30...IA...Keeping House...IN... IA
Wm. C. GOODWIN...Son...S...Male... W...8...IA ... IN ... OH
Fred H. GOODWIN...Son...S...Male...W...1...IN...IN... IA
Source Information:
Census Place Greene, Parke, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254303
NA Film Number T9-0303
Page Number 493C

64.....xvi....STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS GOODWIN, b. April 16, 1856, Missouri; d. September 26, 1920, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....xvii..... REBECCA GOODWIN was born about 1858. http://www.ourfamtree.org/browse.cfm/Enoch-Goodwin/f70533 claims she married John R. Moore, born October 1855 IN.
Source Citation: Title: Shelby County, Indiana, Index to Marriage Record 1856-1920
Inclusive Volum, W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O; Book: 9;
Page: 221.
Name: Rebecca E Goodwin
Spouse Name: John Moore
Marriage Date: 24 Jan 1869
Marriage County: Shelby
Source Title 1: Shelby County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1856-1920 Inclusive Volum
Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O
Book: 9
OS Page: 221

17. THEOPHILUS HENDRICKS GOODWIN (WILLIAM, AARON) was born Abt. 1812 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1868 in Martin County, Indiana or Tunnelton, Lawrence, Indiana, USA. He married FRANCES SOFRANA MEAD January 08, 1838 in Greenup County, Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM MEAD and MILDRED DAVIS. She was born Abt. 1815 in Morrowbone Creek, Logan, Virginia (now W. Va.), and died December 14, 1876 in Greenville, Bond, Illinois, USA.

Notes for THEOPHILUS HENDRICKS GOODWIN:
Theophilus went to California, per some family stories. Could he be this man? (Probably not; there is a Theophilus Goodwin in Virginia who isn't related to ours.)
1840 Cabel County, Virginia Census Records
1. 2 Males 0-5 This would be Marion and Samuel
2. 1 Male 5-10 This would be Leander
3. 1 Male 20-30 This would be Theophlius
4. 1 Male 70-80 This would be William Bingham Meade Senior Sofanna's Father
5. 1 Female 20-30 This would be Sofanna Meade Goodwin

Per Philomena Mead (menamead at optonline.net), Theo and Sofana lived in Greenup Co. KY until about 1836; moved to Jennings County, Indiana; and then were found in Cabel Co. VA census of 1840. Theophlius Goodwin bought property in Jennings County, Indiana on February 1, 1849. They are in Jennings Co. IN in the 1850 census.

Jennings County, Indiana, 1850 census, Division: Columbia Township Page No: 649
Enumerated on: September 17, 1850 by: Hiram Twadell
LINE | Dwell Famil | Firstname Lastname | Age S C | Occupation Real Val | Birthplace | M S R D | SNDX | Remarks
33 | 516 516 | Theophelus Goodwin |38 M | Labourer 80 | Ky | | G350 |
34 | 516 516 | Fanny Goodwin | 36 F | | Virginia | | G350 |
35 | 516 516 | Leander Goodwin | 16 M | Labourer | In | | G350 | Not listed as attending school [married 14 JAN 1858, Lawrence, Indiana to Leanner Hoopingarner, had son Leander OCT 1864 , , Illinois ]
36 | 516 516 | Samuel Goodwin | 15 M | Labourer | In | | G350 | Not listed as attending school
37 | 516 516 | Marion Goodwin | 6 M | | In | | G350 | Not listed as attending school
38 | 516 516 | Perry Goodwin | 2 M | | In | | G350 | Twins with Alfred
39 | 516 516 | Alfred Goodwin | 2 M |

Per Donnalou Conley's e-mail to "Goodwin" message board at Genforum, July 2003, Theophilus Hendricks Goodwin was the son of William Goodwin and JANE THOMSON/THOMPSON. Family story is he was killed by a saddle horn rupturing his stomach (place unknown - In. or IL.). Theophlius was a subcontracter under the Ritner that was building the B&O Railroad. Pridemore Family History states that Theophlius died from a Saddle Horn rupturing his stomach.

Per HELEN LITTLE DOLENC ( P O BOX 798, PALMER, AK, USA 99645) and LOVENA HAMBLEN (39 N 300 E MONROE UT 84754) in a family tree at http://familysearch.com, Theophles was the son of a Jane Hendricks, born abt. 1786, possibly in Virginia. Could she have married someone named Thompson, and then married our William Goodwin?

Logan Co. WVA pensioners has Meade, William ...Logan VA militia...1834 ...age 72 in 1834; age 78 in 1840 (living with Theophilus Goodwin in Cabell co)
Goodnight, Christopher...Hardy VA militia...1834...age 72 in 1834; age 78 in 1840 (living with Theophilus Goodwin in Cabell co)
James, Isaac ...Hampshire VA continental...1834...age 72 in 1834; age 78 in 1840 (living with Theophilus Goodwin in Cabell co)

See census records:
1860 Lawrence Co., In. census (Huron area, Willow Valley)

1870 Township 7 Range 3, BOND COUNTY, ILLINOIS
Perry Goodwin...22...IN...farmer
Laura Goodwin...31...IN
Leander Goodwin...6...IN
Samantha Goodwin...5...IN
Sofrana Goodwin...56...OH
Margaret Goodwin...16...IN
Emeline Goodwin...13...IN
Mary Goodwin...11...IN

Per dkb at netpluscom.com in March 2004, Sofia died February 14, 1871, Bond County, Illinois.

Children of THEOPHILUS GOODWIN and FRANCES MEAD are:
65......i......LEANDER GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1834, Virginia; d. May 1870, Bond County, Illinois.
66.....ii......SAMUEL GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1835, Virginia; 67......iii......COMMODORE PERRY GOODWIN, b. December 1838, Ripley County, Indiana; d. March 04, 1933, Lutesville, Bollinger, Missouri, USA.
.....iv......FRANCIS MARION GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1844, Zenas, Jennings, Indiana, USA; m. MARY HOLT, June 01, 1867, Martin County, Indiana. He is easily confused with Francis Marion Goodwin, born abt. 1844 OH to James Goodwin and Ruth Vandeventer, who died 26 April 1915.
.....v......ALFRED GOODWIN, b. December 1846, Jennings County, Indiana. Apparently died before 1860 census.
68......vi......LOUISA ANN GOODWIN, b. October 23, 1850, Ripley County, Indiana; d. December 20, 1937, Huron, Lawrence, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......EMMA GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1857.
.....viii......MARGARET GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1857, Jennings County, Indiana; m. CHARLES LETZLER.
69.....ix......MARY ELIZABETH GOODWIN, b. 16 Aug 1858 Indiana,

18. WILLIAM RIGDON GOODWIN (WILLIAM, AARON) was born August 23, 1818 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died August 09, 1891 in Fleming County, Kentucky. He married MATILDA JANE FARRIS January 13, 1837 in Fleming County, Kentucky, daughter of EPHRAIM FARRIS and RACHEL KELLY. She was born December 08, 1819 in Fleming County, Kentucky, and died January 08, 1889 in Fleming County, Kentucky.

Notes for WILLIAM GOODWIN:
Posted by Marilyn Goodwin Conway Nancy Goodwin Adkins on April 04, 1998 at 11:45:39: In Reply to: GOODWIN, VA-MD-KY posted by Dorothy M. Bond-Dittmer on March 11, 1998 at 13:14:54:
William Jr. & wife Matilda are buried in Fleming C., KY near Hillsboro on Route 158 in an old cemetery near Eden Chapel. Also buried there are Ephraum (Ira' brother) Jonathan B.'s wife and son. We are trying to connect Romulus (also a son of William & Matilda) to James W. Goodwin, our great great grandfather. The only connection we have is that Romulus signed the marriage bond for Eliza Goodwin (a daughter of James W.) in Lewis Co., in 1876.

GOODWIN-FARRIS-GILKINSON-SAUNDERS
Posted by Dorothy M. Bond-Dittmer on Sat, 15 Aug 1998 : Interested in corresponding with anyone working on the following: William b. ca 1818, and Matilda (Farris) Goodwin, on 1850 & 60 census, Fleming Co., Ky. Their son Ira Francis Goodwin m. 1883, Fleming Co., Ky to Sarah A. Saunders (d/o Austin R. and Jurusha Jane Gilkinson)

In 1840 there is a listing for William Goodwin, Jr., 1 M 10-15, 1 M 20-30, 1 F <5, 1 F 20-30.

They are listed in the 1850 census, p. 330, 964/1000: William Goodwin (32) b. KY, Blacksmith; Matilda Goodwin (30) b. KY; Martha J. Goodwin (12), Eliza Goodwin (9), William Goodwin (5), Ephraim Goodwin (3), Romulus Goodwin (6 mos), all b. KY.

1860 census - District 1, Fleming, Kentucky
Wm Goodwin...41...farmer...$3500 real estate...$500 personal...KY
Melinda Goodwin...40...KY
W M Goodwin...15...KY
Willis Goodwin...4...B...KY
Lidia Goodwin...1...B...KY
Ephraim Goodwin...12...KY
Romulus Goodwin...9...KY
Robin Goodwin...6...KY
Jno B Goodwin...4...KY
Ira Goodwin...1...KY

1870 - Hillsboro, Fleming, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Hillsboro, Fleming, Kentucky; Roll: M593_461; Page: 451; Image: 223.
William Goodwin...51...KY...blacksmith...$1200 real estate...$1000 personal
Matilda Goodwin...50...KY...keeping house...
Romulus Goodwin...20...KY...farm laborer
Rheuben Goodwin...17...KY
John Goodwin...13...KY
Ira Goodwin...11...KY

1880 census
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
William GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 61 ... KY ... Black Smith ... PA ... PA
Matilda GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 60 ... KY ... Keeps House ... MD ... KY
Ira F. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 21 ... KY ... Farmer ... KY ... KY
...Census Place...Hillsboro, Fleming, Kentucky
...Family History Library Film ...1254413
...NA Film Number ...T9-0413
...Page Number ...468B

Eden's Chapel Graveyard, Fleming County, Kentucky
Goodwin, William A, 1818, 1891
Goodwin, Matilda, his wife, 1819, 1889
Goodwin, Ephram, son of William & Matilda, 1847, 1865

Goodwin, Mary, wife of J.B, 1855, 1881
Goodwin, William S, son of J.B & M.E, 1878, 1879

Sources include: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ev37ca&id=I1213

Children of WILLIAM GOODWIN and MATILDA FARRIS are:
70...... i...... MARTHA JANE GOODWIN, b. May 31, 1838; d. January 20, 1875, Fleming County, Kentucky.
71......ii...... ELIZA JANE GOODWIN, b. November 23, 1841, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. December 17, 1916.
72...... iii...... WILLIAM ARMSTRONG GOODWIN, b. November 03, 1844, Flemingsburg, Fleming, Kentucky, USA.
.....iv...... EPHRAIM GOODWIN, b. April 19, 1847; d. January 18, 1865. 17y.8m.29d.
73......v...... ROMULUS M. GOODWIN, b. December 30, 1849, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. January 1934, Fleming County, Kentucky.
74......vi...... REUBEN SAMUEL GOODWIN, b. February 20, 1853, Flemingsburg, Fleming, Kentucky, USA; d. August 08, 1928, North Salem, Hendricks, Indiana, USA.
75......vii......JOHN B. GOODWIN, b. June 09, 1858.
76......viii......IRA FARIS GOODWIN, b. March 02, 1859, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. June 24, 1930, Catlin Twp., Vermilion, Illinois, USA.

19. SARAH ANN GOODWIN (WILLIAM, AARON) was born Abt. 1822 in Kentucky, and died Bef. 1851. She married MILES A. HURST April 26, 1842 in Fleming County, Kentucky, son of JAMES HURST and PHOEBE GARDNER. He was born Abt. 1820 in Fleming County, Kentucky.

Notes for MILES A. HURST:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~leebrick/index.htm

Census: 1850 Fleming Co. KY
Division #1 House 1040-1139
#1131
Claybourne Rigdon... 35
Catharine... 10
Elizabeth... 7
John... 4
Henry... 2
#1132
MILES HURST... 30
Sarah... 28
Edward... 7
James... 5
Rolla... 3... male (Raleigh?)
William... 1
America... 17

Census: 1880
Miles HURST ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 56 ... KY ... Farmer ... VA ... VA
Mary HURST ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 52 ... KY ... Keeping House ... NJ ... KY
Claborn HURST ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 26 ... KY ... Works On Farm ... KY ... KY
Martha B. HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 17 ... KY ... At Home ... KY ... KY
Ana HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 15 ... KY ... At Home ... KY ... KY
Lewellen HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 13 ... KY ... At Home ... KY ... KY
Sally HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 11 ... KY ... At Home ... KY ... KY
...Census Place...Poplar Plains, Fleming, Kentucky
...Family History Library Film ...1254413
...NA Film Number ...T9-0413
...Page Number ...437A

Children of SARAH GOODWIN and MILES HURST are:
.....i......EDWARD HURST, b. Abt. 1843.

Notes for EDWARD HURST:
Is this him in the 1880 census?
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Edward HURST ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 37 ... KY ... Plasterer ... KY ... KY
Eliza HURST ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 26 ... OH ... Keeping House ... KY ... KY
Mary E. HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 6 ... IN ... ... KY ... OH
Charles M. HURST ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 4 ... IN ... ... KY ... OH
Corinda M. HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... KY ... OH
...Census Place...Arlington, Rush, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254308
...NA Film Number ...T9-0308
...Page Number ...70A
.....ii......JAMES HURST, b. Abt. 1845.
Notes for JAMES HURST:
Is this him in the 1880 census?
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Jas. HURST ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 34 ... KY ... Farmer ... KY ... KY
Sarah HURST ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 23 ... KY ... Keeping House ... KY ... KY
Elizth. HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 4 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
Nelson HURST ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
Wm. HURST ... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 25 ... KY ... Laborer ... KY ... KY
...Census Place...Poplar Plains, Fleming, Kentucky
...Family History Library Film ...1254413
...NA Film Number ...T9-0413
...Page Number ...443A

or maybe this?
James E. HURST ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 39 ... KY ... Farmer ... KY ... KY
Lucinda HURST ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 42 ... KY ... Keeping House ... VA ... KY
John H. HURST ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 13 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
Joseph HURST ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 12 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
Luisa HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 10 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
Ella HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 8 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
Charles HURST ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 7 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
Emily HURST ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 2 ... KY ... ... KY ... KY
...Census Place...Mount Carmel, Fleming, Kentucky
...Family History Library Film ...1254413
...NA Film Number ...T9-0413
...Page Number ...431A

.....iii......ROLLA HURST, b. Abt. 1847.
.....iv......WILLIAM HURST, b. Abt. 1849.

20. MELISSA GOODWIN (WILLIAM, AARON) was born Abt. 1825 in Kentucky, and died in Rush County, Indiana. She married MOSES CONRAD June 09, 1843 in Harrison County, Kentucky. He was born Abt. 1824 in Kentucky.

Notes for MELISSA GOODWIN:
1850 Mason County, KY
Susan Conrad...mother...
Mosas Conrad...
James Conrad...
John Conrad...
Harriet Conrad...

1870 - Walker, Rush, Indiana
Moses Conrad...46...KY...miller...$1000 real property....$1000 personal property
Malissa Conrad...45...KY
George W. Conrad...21...KY
Eliza Conrad...16...KY
James Conrad...14...KY
Idora Conrad...8...IN
Sherman Conrad...4...IN

1880 census
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Moses CONRAD ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 57 ... KY ... Miller ... KY ... KY
Melissa CONRAD ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 56 ... KY ... Keeps House ... PA ... MD
James CONRAD ... Son ... M ... Male ... W ... 23 ... OH ... Works In Mill ... KY ... KY
Idora CONRAD Dau S Female ... W ... 19 ... IN ... At Home ... KY ... KY
Sherman CONRAD ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 14 ... IN ... At Home ... KY ... KY
Ota CONRAD ... GDau ... S ... Female ... W ... 1 ... IN ... At Home ... OH ... IN
Lemuel GLOVER ... Other ... M ... Male ... W ... 67 ... SC ... Carpenter ... SC ... PA
Ezekeel VINCENT ... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 50 ... KY ... Laborer ... KY ... KY
Census Place Moscow, Rush, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254308 NA Film Number T9-0308
Page Number 210A

Children of MELISSA GOODWIN and MOSES CONRAD are:
77.....i......GEORGE W. CONRAD, b. abt. 1849 KY
.....ii......ELIZA CONRAD, b. abt. 1854 KY
.....iii...... JAMES CONRAD, b. Abt. 1857, Kentucky.
.....iv......IDORA CONRAD, b. Abt. 1861, Kentucky.
78.....v...... SHERMAN CONRAD, b. Abt. 1866, Kentucky

21. REBECCA GOODWIN (WILLIAM, AARON) She died on 03 Sep 1866 in Kansas, USA. She married IRA HALE on 11 Sep 1845. He was born about 1826 in Kentucky, USA. He died about 1886 in El Dorado, Butler, Kansas, USA..

Notes for REBECCA GOODWIN:
Posted by goodwin on Sat, 12 Sep 1998, in response to
GOODWIN-FARRIS-GILKINSON-SAUNDERS, posted by Dorothy M. Bond-Dittmer on Sat, 15 August 1998. These goodwin's are buried at Eden Chapel in Fleming Co. but William age 68 can be found in the 1850 Lewis Co. census with Willaim A. age 16 . They are living with Ira Hale and wife Rebecca and children James & Sarah.

Notes for IRA HALE:
Per an email: "My great aunt Clarinda Gilliam married a Hale in Lewis County Ky. I believe this Hale is connected to Ira Hale b 1826 married Rebecca Goodwin b 1827 on 9/11/1845. This marriage was witnessed by William Goodwin and Zachariah Hale. Zachariah Hale's d married Samuel Moore 10/15/1843. "

An Ira Hale was born 24 Feb 1826 Floyd County, Kentucky, to Zachariah Hale and Rebecca Branham. This couple had a daughter Delilah who married William H. Moore and daughter Tabitha who married Samuel Moore.

An Ira Hale was on the jury in the trial for the The Marais des Cygnes Massacre in Linn County, Kansas, in 1863.
http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/linn/linn-co-p3.html

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 1, Lewis, Kentucky; Roll M432_210; Page: 233B; Image: 160.
William Goodwin...68...Maryland...farmer...$150
William A Goodwin...16...KY...farmer...
Ire Hale...24...KY...farmer...$100
Rebecca Hale...23...KY
James E Hale...3...KY
Sarah Hale...1...KY

Ira is in the 1875 Jefferson County, Kansas census

Census: 1880 Census Place Sarcoxie, Jefferson, Kansas
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Ira HALE...Self...M...Male...W...54...KY...Farmer...VA...VA
Martha J. HALE...Wife...M...Female...W...52...TN...Keeps House...VA... SC
Loadilla HALE...Dau...S...Female...W...24...MO... KY...TN

The following transcription is from a 750 page book titled "Genealogical and Biographical Record of North-Eastern Kansas," dated 1900. These have been diligently transcribed and generously contributed by Penny R. Harrell; please give her a very big Thank You for her hard work!
...The Hon. John Benton Hamner is one of the best known citizens of Atchison county, where he has resided almost forty-five years. In his early manhood he passed through the hardships and untold privations of the frontiersman and fully realizes what it means to locate in wild, undeveloped region, to contend with the obstacles placed in the way of success by nature, who yields her undisputed sway most grudgingly and smiles only upon those of the utmost hardihood and bravery of spirit.
...Mr. Hammer was fortunately endowed with a liberal supply of pluck and enterprise, as well as with a strong, rugged constitution, well calculated to withstand trials which fall to the pioneer's lot. His grand-father, James Hamner, who was a native of Kentucky, was one of the early settlers of that state, and his father, John Hamner, was one of the forerunners of civilization in Missouri. The grandfather served as a soldier in the War of 1812.
...The father of our subject was born and reared in Kentucky, there marrying Matilda Sprowl, a native of Tennessee. They moved to Indiana, where they lived for some time, and in 1845 located in Buchanan county, Missouri. Five years later they purchased a farm in the same county, the site of the now thriving city of St. Joseph. Subsequently they crossed the Missouri river and thenceforward were identified with the development of Atchison county.
...The father died in 1861 at Mann's Grove, Kansas, and is survived by his wife, who is seventy-eight years of age. Politically he was a Democrat and religiously both were members of the Methodist Episcopal church, South. The brothers and sisters of our subject were named as follows: Mrs. Margaret Jane Howard; Thomas Franklin; Mrs. Sarah E. White, whose home is near Fort Scott, Indian territory; William B., of California; Mrs. Julia Ann Peebles, of Jefferson county, Kansas; Mrs. Nancy Catherine Walters, of Kansas City; and A. Lincoln, who was born on the day that President Lincoln first took the oath as chief executive of the United States.
...The birth of John Benton Hamner took place near Columbus, Bartholomew county, Indiana, July 5, 1842, and was reared as a farmer's boy, early learning the lessons of industry which have been of paramount importance in his mature years. He was thirteen years old when, on the 5th of June, 1855, he came to Atchison county, which he has since looked upon as his home.
...As may be expected, his educational opportunities of that day were extremely meager, though for some time he attended a district school in Missouri and also for a few months after coming to Kansas. As every student of history knows, eastern Kansas was a battlefield of contending factions prior to and during the Civil War, and Mr. Hamner distinctly remembers numerous occurrences fraught with intense danger and interest to friends or acquaintances of his in that stormy period.
...He was a witness of the placing of the Rev. Pardee Butler, a noted anti-slavery agitator, upon a frail raft which was launched upon the torrents of the Missouri river by a mob of people at Atchison. In his young manhood Mr. Hamner traveled extensively throughout the west and made three trips across the plains. He visited Salt Lake City, Virginia City, Denver and other points when they were tiny mining camps, and on one occasion, June 10, 1863, he was with a train which was intercepted by a band of Indians near Denver.
...After a brave resistance on the part of the white men the latter made their escape, glad to save their lives, and the red skins were the richer by some twenty head of horses, eighteen mules and property valued at about five thousand dollars.
...More than a score of years ago Mr. Hamner purchased his present homestead, the land then being wild. He has since reduced it to cultivation, planting twenty acres of it with orchards, while the remainder, one hundred and forty acres, is kept for the raising of crops and for pasture land. Good improvements and farm buildings make this one of the best farms in Kapioma township. Industry and well applied business principles have wrought out success for the proprietor, who is deservedly popular with all who know him.
...His marriage took place in the Centennial year, his bride being Sarah Ann Hale, a native of Louisiana, Lawrence county, Kentucky. Her parents, Ira and Rebecca (Goodwin) Hale, were both also of the Blue Grass State. They came to Atchison county in 1854, took up a claim here and were among the first settlers of this county. He built a saw mill, where was cut the lumber used in the construction of the first house erected on the site of Atchison.
...Mr. Hale died in El Dorado, Butler county, Kansas in 1886, having survived his wife about twenty years, as her death took place September 3, 1866. She left six children to mourn her loss and three of the number have joined her in the better land.
...James E. Hales now resides in Neosho, Wilson county, Kansas and Londilla is the wife of J. A. Hubbard, of Arrington, Kansas. Of the eight children born to Mr. and Mrs. Hamner, one died in infancy. Walter, now living in Pueblo, Colorado, lost his wife, and their two children Arthur and Mildred, are with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamner. The younger children of this worthy couple are named Wayne, Florence, Wallace, Mark, Belle and George.
...Our subject and wife are members of the Methodist church and are sincere friends to the causes of religion and education. In 1889 Mr. Hamner was chosen by his fellow citizens to represent Kapioma township as a trustee, and also in 1890, and well did he meet the obligation thus imposed.
...He has ever been faithful to the interests of the majority, as he believes and possesses the respect of even his political opponents.
...http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/archives/atchison/bios/jbhamner.htm

Children of REBECCA GOODWIN and IRA HALE are:
.....i......JAMES E. HALE, b. abt 1847 KY.
79......ii......SARAH ANN HALE, b. Feb 1849 Louisiana, Lawrence, Kentucky, USA.
.....iii...... LOUDILLA HALE, b. May 1856, Missouri; m. JESSE A. HUBBARD, b. July 1836 Missouri.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Kapioma, Atchison, Kansas; Roll T623_470; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 16.
Jesse Hubbard...63...July 1836...MO, VA, VA...married 2 years...dealer, grocery
Laudilla Hubbard...44...May 1856...MO, KY, KY...0 children, 0 living
Lola L Hale...26...KS, KY, KY...niece...milliner
22. JANE GOODWIN (AARON LEASURE, AARON) was born Abt. 1807 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA. She married (1) JAMES L. WHITEHEAD April 23, 1826 in Daviess County, Indiana. She married (2) NORVAL DAVID MARCHAND March 24, 1844 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA, son of DANIEL MARCHAND and ELIZABETH SCOTT. He was born February 03, 1806 in Uniontown, Fayette, Pennsylvania, USA, and died Abt. 1849 in Humbolt County, California.

Notes for JANE GOODWIN:
Title: History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania : Genealogical Memoirs
Author: Jordan, John W.
Publication: New York : Lewis Pub. Co., 1906
Repository:
Note: HGSIC 1/2000
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 358

Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Madison Ward 8, Jefferson, Indiana; Roll: M432_154; Page: 128A; Image: 260.
Jane Marchant...41...PA
James Whitehead...20...IN
Laura Marchant...5...IN

Notes for NORVAL DAVID MARCHAND:
A physician, Norval died ABT. 1849 en route to California at the last crossing of the Humboldt River. http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2383283&id=I0824 claims he married Matilda Goodwin second, and had Martha by her. He was baptized in Westmoreland County, PA, on 24 Jul 1809.

One source:
DANNY LEE HEAGREN, TSGT USAF RETIRED
P.O. BOX 522188 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84152

Children of JANE GOODWIN and NORVAL MARCHAND are:
.....i......MARTHA MARCHAND, b. Washington County, Indiana; d. Omaha, Nebraska; m. GEORGE RUSSELL.

Notes for MARTHA MARCHAND:
Title: History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania : Genealogical Memoirs
Author: Jordan, John W.
Publication: New York : Lewis Pub. Co., 1906
Repository:
Note: HGSIC 1/2000
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 358

There are several Marthas married to a George Russel/Russell in the 1880 census, but this is the one that seems most likely, given that her parents are from Pennsylvania.

1880
Household:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Geo. RUSSELL ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 39 ... IRELAND ... Butcher ... IRELAND ... IRELAND
Martha RUSSELL ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 38 ... PA ... Keeping House ... PA ... PA
Eliza RUSSELL ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 10 ... NV ... ... IRELAND ... PA
Ruth RUSSELL ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 9 ... NV ... ... IRELAND ... PA
Martha RUSSELL ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 7 ... NV ... ... IRELAND ... PA
Geo. RUSSELL ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 3M ... NV ... ... IRELAND ... PA
...Census Place...Elko, Elko, Nevada
...Family History Library Film ...1254758
...NA Film Number ...T9-0758
...Page Number ...34B

Another possibility:
1880
Household:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
George RUSSEL ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 28 ... OH ... Farmer ... DE ... OH
Martha RUSSEL ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 24 ... IN ... Keeping House ... IN ... IN
Mary J. ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 3 ... IN ... ... OH ... IN
Nelly E. RUSSEL ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... OH ... IN
George COOK ... Other ... W ... Male ... W ... 28 ... IN ... Farmer ... IN ... IN
...Census Place...Wildcat, Tipton, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254315
...NA Film Number ...T9-0315
...Page Number ...17B

80......ii......LAURA MARCHAND, b. Abt. 1846, Washington County, Indiana; d. Aft. 1920 Kansas.

23. MARY ANN GOODWIN (AARON LEASURE, AARON) was born July 05, 1811 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, and died Aft. 1880. She married JOHN W. WALLER March 21, 1831 in Daviess County, Indiana, son of JOHN WALLER and GARNER ROUTT. He was born February 05, 1797 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died April 23, 1872 in Daviess County, Indiana.

Notes for MARY ANN GOODWIN:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Washington, Daviess, Indiana; Roll: M432_140; Page: 110A; Image: 55.
John W Waller...53...KY...farmer...$500
Mary A Waller...40...OH
George Waller...19...IN
Margaret Waller...17...IN
William Waller...14...IN
Ruth Waller...11...IN
Edward Waller...9...IN
John Waller...7...IN
Mary Waller...5...IN
James Waller...0...IN

1880 Census Place Washington, Daviess, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Mary WALLER...Self ...W...Female...W...67...OH...Keeping House...PA... IRE
Richard L. WALLER...Son...S ... Male...W...25...IN...Butcher...KY...OH
George A. WALLER...Son...M... Male...W...48...IN...Carpenter...KY...OH
Lucretia WALLER...DauL...M...Female...W... 47...IN...Helps Mother-In-Law ...KY...OH
Ruth WALLER...GDau...S Female...W...21...IN... IN... IN

Children of MARY GOODWIN and JOHN WALLER are:
81......i......MARGARET J. WALLER, b. Abt. 1832, Indiana; d. Abt. 1919.
82......ii......GEORGE WALLER, b. Abt. 1832, Indiana; d. 1898.
83......iii......WILLIAM S. WALLER, b. Abt. 1837, Indiana; d. 1915.
84......iv......EDWARD F. WALLER, b. Abt. 1841, Indiana.
.....v......JOHN M. WALLER, b. 1845; d. 1924; m. (1) ANNABELLE HORTON; b. 1864; d. 1921; m. (2) MALINDA PREDYOR; b. Abt. 1852; d. Abt. 1904. 85......vi......MARY ELLEN WALLER, b. Abt. 1847, Daviess County, Indiana; d. Abt. 1889.
....vii......RICHARD L. WALLER, b. Abt. 1855, Indiana.
86......viii......JAMES A. WALLER.
87.....ix......ANNA E. WALLER.

24. WILLIAM MCCULLOUGH GOODWIN (AARON LEASURE, AARON) was born June 15, 1818 in Daviess County, Indiana, and died April 07, 1886 in Cave-in-Rock, Hardin, Illinois, USA. He married MARIETTA WILBUR June 13, 1841 in Leavenworth, Crawford, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM WILBUR. She was born August 08, 1822 in Leavenworth, Crawford, Indiana, USA, and died May 09, 1874 in Cave-in-Rock, Hardin, Illinois, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM MCCULLOUGH GOODWIN:
Universalist. Democrat. Saddler. In Mississippi County, Missouri from 1842 to 1859; in Leavenworth, Crawford, Indiana, USA, from 1859 to 1867; in Cave-in-Rock, Illinois from 1867 to 1886.

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Jennings, Crawford, Indiana; Roll: M653_250; Page: 384; Image: 385
Wm M Goodwin...42...saddler...$800 personal
Marietta Goodwin...38...IN
John Goodwin...18...MO...laborer
William Goodwin...15...IN
Laura Goodwin...13...MO
James Goodwin...7...MO
Filmore Goodwin...4...MO

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Cave In Rock, Hardin, Illinois; Roll: M593_228; Page: 8; Image: 16.
William Goodwin...53...IN...saddler...$1000
Marietta Goodwin...47...IN
John Caldwell...28...IN...dry goods something...$3000
Laura Caldwell...22...MO
John Goodwin...28...MO....$1000...$2000...dry goods something
Nora Goodwin...23...IL...without occupation
James R Goodwin...17...IN...clerk in store
J P Caldwell...31...MO...$2000...$1000...farmer

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Evansville, Vanderburgh, Indiana; Roll: T9_317; Family History Film: 1254317; Page: 319.2000; Enumeration District: 79; Image: 0279.
James R. Goodwin...27...KY, KY, KY...river pilot
Alice Goodwin...22...KY, KY, KY
Hickie Cook...19...KY, KY, KY...sister-in-law
Raymond Goodwin...3...May...KY, KY, KY
Walter Goodwin...11M...KY, KY, KY
William M. Goodwin...62...IN, PA, Ireland...saddler
(Ancestry.com lists William with these people, but when I look at the scanned file, I don't see him!)

Children of WILLIAM GOODWIN and MARIETTA WILBUR are:
88......i......JOHN JEFFERSON GOODWIN, b. August 14, 1842, Missouri.
.....ii......WILLIAM S. GOODWIN, b. November 25, 1844; d. February 10, 1862.
.....iii......CATHERINE LAURA GOODWIN, b. December 23, 1847; m. JOHN H. CALDWELL.
.....iv......JACOB AARON GOODWIN, b. March 31, 1851; d. September 19, 1851.
89......v......JAMES ROBERT GOODWIN, b. June 18, 1853.
.....vi......MILLARD FILLMORE GOODWIN, b. January 23, 1857; d. December 17, 1881.
.....vii......JOSEPH BENJAMIN GOODWIN, b. October 09, 1859.

25. RUTH HENDRICKS GOODWIN (AARON LEASURE, AARON) was born Abt. 1822 in Indiana. She married JOHN ALLEN. He was born Abt. 1810 in Ireland.

Notes for RUTH HENDRICKS GOODWIN:
Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Pittsburgh Ward 8, Allegheny, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_746; Page: 514A; Image: 514.
( I think it says "Esq." for esquire after John's name, so ancestry.com wrote that as the surname)
John Allen Eby....40...Ireland...brickmason...illegible amount of money
Ruth Eby...34...IN
John Eby...7...PA
Aaron Eby...5...PA
James Eby...3...PA
Margaret Eby...1...PA
Dama Goodwin...18...IN
Martha Merchant...16...Indiana
Martha Craig....19...Ireland
Robert Munn...19...Ireland...bricklayer
Josiah Torrence...18...PA
Wm Nellis ...16...PA

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Pittsburgh Ward 8, Allegheny, Pennsylvania; Roll: M653_1060; Page: 414; Image: 154; Family History Library Film: 805060.
John Allen...50...Ireland...master something illegible founder...worth lots of illegible money
Ruth Allen...43...IN
John Allen...17...PA
Samuel G Allen...13...PA
Margaret Allen...10...PA
William Mc C Allen...8...PA
Mary Allen...6...PA
Laura Allen...4...PA
Eliza J Allen...1...PA
Martha Marchant...22...IN
William Hill...21...PA...metal moulder

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Pittsburgh Ward 19, Allegheny, Pennsylvania; Roll: M593_1298; Page: 144A; Image: 291; Family History Library Film: 55279
John Allen...60...Ireland...brick manufacturer...$18000 real estate...$3000 personal...
Ruth H Allen...52...IN...keeping house
James S Allen...22...PA...brickmason
Margareth Allen...19...PA
William Allen...18...PA...mason
Mary Allen...15...PA
Laura Allen...13...PA
Jennie F Allen...10...PA

1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
John ALLEN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 70 ... IRE ... Alderman ... IRE ... IRE
Ruth H. ALLEN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 61 ... IN ... Keeps House ... MD ... IRE
Laura G. ALLEN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 24 ... PA ... At Home ... IRE ... IA
Catherine CAMPBELL ... Other ... S ... Female ... W ... 18 ... IRE ... Servant ... IRE ... IRE
Mary REINHART ... Dau ... M ... Female ... W ... 25 ... PA ... Visiting ... IRE ... IA
Allen REINHART1 ... GSon ... S ... Male ... W ... 2 ... NV ... ... CA ... PA
Milton REINHART2 ... GSon ... S ... Male ... W ... 11M ... NV ... ... CA ... PA
Notes
1MISSING 1
2HCP ENTRY
Source Information:
...Census Place...Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
...Family History Library Film ...1255094
...NA Film Number ...T9-1094
...Page Number ...404A

Children of RUTH GOODWIN and JOHN ALLEN are:
.....i......JOHN ROBERT ALLEN, b. abt. 1842 Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, d. 08 Oct 1889 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA.
.....ii......AARON ALLEN, b. abt. 1845 PA
.....iii......SAMUEL G. ALLEN, b. abt. 1847 PA
.....iv......JAMES S. ALLEN, b. abt. 1847 PA
.....v......MARGARET T. ALLEN, b. abt. 1849 Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA
.....vi......WILLIAM MCCULLY ALLEN, b. abt. 1851 Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA
.....vii......MARY ALLEN, b. abt. 1855 Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA
.....viii......LAURA GOODWIN ALLEN, b. 31 May 1856 Latrobe, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, USA, d. 13 Dec 1919 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA.
.....ix......ELIZA J. ALLEN, b. abt. 1859 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
.....x......JENNIE F. ALLEN, b. abt 1860 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
.....xi......LYDIA ALLEN, b. abt. 1865 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA, d. there abt. 1874

26. JOHN MCCULLOUGH GOODWIN (AARON LEASURE, AARON) was born January 26, 1826 in Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA and d. 20 Nov 1911 Sardis, Monroe, Ohio, USA. He married NANNIE JANE POOL December 23, 1857 in Sardis, Belmont, Ohio, USA, daughter of PHILIP POOL and ANN CALDWELL. She was born September 25, 1840 in Belmont County, Ohio and d. 27 Jan 1934.

Notes for JOHN MCCULLOUGH GOODWIN:
Methodist, Democrat, farmer, merchant. In 1897 he was still in Sardis, Belmont, Ohio, uSA

1870 census - Sardis Lee, Monroe, OH
Goodwin, John M. ...43...retired dry good merchant...$3000 real estate...$2000 personal...IN
...Nancy J. ...32...OH
...George P. ...11...attending school...OH
...Laura J. ...9...attending school...OH
...John M. ...5...attending school...OH
...William...3...OH

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lee, Monroe, Ohio; Roll: 1050; Family History Film: 1255050; Page: 511B; Enumeration District: 126; Image: 0300.
John M. Goodwin...53...IN, MD, Ireland...dry good merchant
Nancy J. Goodwin...39...OH, OH, VA
George P. Goodwin...21...OH, IN, OH...clerk on boot
Laura J. Goodwin...18...OH, IN, OH...
John P. Goodwin...15...OH, IN, OH....
William M. Goodwin...13...OH, IN, OH...

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Lee, Monroe, Ohio; Roll: 1305; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 96; FHL microfilm: 1241305.
John M. Goodwin...74...Jan 1826...IN, VA, MD, Ireland...married 42 years...merchant, furniture
Nancy J. Goodwin...59...Oct 1840...OH, OH, WVA...7 children, 4 living

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Lee, Monroe, Ohio; Roll: T624_1219; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 0155; Image: 262; FHL microfilm: 1375232.
J. M. Goodwin...86...IN, IN, IN...retired
N. J. Goodwin...67...OH, Delaware, WVA

Children of JOHN GOODWIN and NANNIE POOL are:
.....i......GEORGE PHILIP GOODWIN, b. September 25, 1858 Belmont County, OH; m. MARY A.SCHARF 01 Dec 1887 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA; d. there 16 Dec 1927.
90.....ii......LAURA JANE GOODWIN, b. July 31, 1860 Belmont County, OH; m. GEORGE PHILIP CASE 29 Apr 1886. She d. 09 Aug 1961. Six children.
91.....iii......JOHN POOL GOODWIN, b. September 30, 1862, Belmont County, Ohio
..... iv......WILLIAM MCCULLY GOODWIN, b. July 27, 1867, Belmont County, Ohio; d. 19 September 1899; m. RACHEL BURTON on 9 September 1890.

27. MATILDA GOODWIN (AARON LEASURE, AARON) was born Nov1848 in Pennsylvania and died 17 Aug 1931 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA. She married SQUIRE HULLEY, son of SQUIRE HULLEY. He was born 16 Jun 1835 in an Ohio River flatboat, and died 26 Mar 1896 in Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MATILDA GOODWIN:
See http://www.tiger.dabsol.co.uk/FamilyHistory/familytrees/america/01/pafg03.htm

Census: 1870 Indiana Switzerland 0361-306
Squire Hully ... 33... M... W... Carpenter... Kentucky
Matilda Hully ... 23... F... W... Keeps House... Pennsylvania
Clarice Hully ... 5... M... W... Indiana
Louisa A. Gardiner. ...61... F... W... 2,000... Kentucky
Molly Klug ... 33... F... W... Indiana
Charles Klug ... 4 ...M... W... Indiana

Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Squire HULLY ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 42 ... PA ... Works In Furniture Fac. ... ENG ... ENG
Tilly HULLY ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 32 ... IN ... Keeping House ... PA ... KY
Clarence HULLY ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 15 ... IN ... At Home ... PA ... IN
Source Information:
...Census Place...Vevay, Switzerland, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254313
...NA Film Number ...T9-0313
...Page Number ...44A

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Cincinnati Ward 9, Hamilton, Ohio; Roll: 1275; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 74; FHL microfilm: 1241275.
Clair M. Hulley...35...Mar 1865...IN, IN, IN...married 5 years...dentist
Marsha M. Hulley...33...Jan 1867...OH, Scotland, OH...0 children, 0 living
Matilda Hulley...52...Mar 1848...IN, PA, KY...widowed...1 child, 1 living
John H. Jackson...26...Dec 1874...B...KY, KY, KY...servant
Emma Besiher...Oct 1848...OH, Germany, Germany...roomer...widowed...0 children
Mary L. Germans...Oct 1846...OH, Germany, Germany...roomer...single

CEMETERY: Alexandria Cemetery, Alexandria, Campbell Co., KY
HULLEY, Missouri J. (Maddox) b. July 1847 buried 7-3-1912 W/O Squire Hulley D/O Elijah G. & Margaret Jane (Smith) Maddox
HULLEY, Sarah A. b.1856 d.6-19-1918 W/O Squire Hulley
HULLEY, Squire b. March 1841 d.9-3-1933 H/O Missouri J. Hulley & Sarah A. Hulley, S/O Benjamin & Sarah (Middleton) Hulley

Child of MATILDA GOODWIN and SQUIRE HULLEY is:
92......i......CLARENCE HULLEY, b. March 1865, Indiana; d. Abt. 1945.

28. WILLIAM HOPKINS GOODWIN (ENOCH, AARON) was born August 19, 1810 in Kentucky, and died March 1881 in Clark County, Missouri. He married ANNA PIERCE September 08, 1829 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, daughter of MORDECAI PIERCE and ANN FARRAND. She was born 1811 in Kentucky, and died December 1884 in Clark City, Clark County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM HOPKINS GOODWIN:
He farmed in Kentucky, Indiana, and Missouri

1850 census for District 7, Boone, Indiana
William Goodwin...39...farmer...$1800...KY
Anna Goodwin...38...KY
Moses F. Goodwin...17...farmer...KY
Aaron W. Goodwin...16...farmer...KY
Wallace Goodwin...11...IN
William Goodwin...9...IN
Armedia Goodwin...female...5...IN
Helen Goodwin...3...IN
Harriet Goodwin...1...IN

1860 census for Madison, Clark, Missouri
Wm. Goodwin. ...49...farmer...$4000...$1000...KY
Anna Goodwin...45...KY
Wallace Goodwin...21...IN
Wm. H. Goodwin...18...IN
Serena A. Goodwin...16...IN
Eliza A. Goodwin...14...IN
Harriet Goodwin...11...IN

1870 census for Madison, Clark County, Missouri (20 Sept. 1870)
William Goodwin...59...KY...farmer...$2000...$500
Annie Goodwin...58...KY
Thomas McCarty...24...MO...farm laborer...$200
Harriet McCarty...21...Indiana
Fannie McCarty...2...Missouri
Gertrude McCarty...1/12...Missouri

Children of WILLIAM GOODWIN and ANNA PIERCE are:
93.....i......SARAH A. GOODWIN, b. abt. 1830 KY, m. DAVID J. BEEMAN 07 Mar 1848 Boone County, Indiana.
94.....ii......MOSES FRANKLIN GOODWIN, b. July 28, 1832, Moorefield, Nicholas, Kentucky, USA; d. 1906, Kahoka, Clark, Missouri, USA.
95..... iii......AARON GOODWIN, b. abt. 1834
......iv......WILLIAM GOODWIN, b. abt. 1842, m. SARAH HOWARD.
.....v...... SERENA GOODWIN, b. abt. 1844
.....vi......ARMETTA GOODWIN, b. abt. 1845, m. LEWIS W. WILLIAMS, 1862.

Notes for ARMETTA GOODWIN:
1880 Census Place Jackson, Clarke, Iowa
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Avery WILLIAMS...Self...M...Male...W...44...IN...Farmer...VA...OH
Armita WILLIAMS...Wife...M...Female...W...40...IN Keeping House...VA...IN
Warren WILLIAMS...Son...S...Male...W...20 IN...Farm Laborer ...IN...IN
Elsworth WILLIAMS...Son... Male...W...18...IN ...At Home IN...IN
Charles WILLIAMS...Son...Male...W...14...IN... IN...IN
John WILLIAMS...Son...S...Male...W...10...IN...IN...IN
Homer WILLIAMS...Son...S...Male...W...4...IN...IN ...IN
.....vii......ELIZA HELEN GOODWIN, b. abt. 1846, m. DAVID STRICKLER, 1864.
Notes for ELIZA HELEN GOODWIN:
1880 Census Place Huntingdon, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
David STRICKLER...Self...M...Male...W...58...PA...Carpenter...PA...PA
Eliza STRICKLER...Wife...M...Female...W...57...MD...Keeping House...MD...MD
David STRICKLER...Son... S...Male...W...21... MD...Carpenter...PA...MD
Margaret STRICKLER...Dau...Female...W...20...MD...Teacher...PA...MD
Martha STRICKLER...Dau... Female...W...17... PA...At Home... PA...MD
William T. STRICKLER...Son...Male...W...14...PA...At Home...PA...MD
Corra B. STRICKLER...Dau...S...Female...W...11...PA...At Home...PA...MD
96 .....ix......HATTIE GOODWIN, m. THOMAS MCCARTY.

29. ELIZABETH GOODWIN (ENOCH, AARON) was born November 02, 1811. She married EBENEZER WILLIAMS September 02, 1830 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. She was born Abt. 1809.

Notes for EBENEZER WILLIAMS:
From : "Marilyn"
Date : Mon, 25 Feb 2002 22:39:28 -0600
I enjoyed your web page. My husband is a descendant of Enoch Goodwin, through his daughter Elizabeth and her husband, Ebenezer H Williams. I would like to compare notes on this family with you. Marilyn Meador

Census: 1840, Nicholas County, Kentucky, page 71, line 8. E.H., 30-40, wife, 20-30, 2 males 5-10, 1 male under 5.
Family listed in 1850 census in Nicholas County, Kentucky, #589.
Ebenezer was a stonemason.

Children of ELIZABETH GOODWIN and EBENEZER WILLIAMS are:
97......i......LEWIS WILSON WILLIAMS, b. June 06, 1831.
.....ii......JOHN R. WILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1833, Kentucky.
.....iii......LARANA WILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1836.
.....iv......ENOCH M. WILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1838.
.....v......EBENEZER WILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1841.
.....vi......SARAH A. WILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1842.
98......vii......MILFORD BERRY WILLIAMS, b. November 06, 1846, Kentucky; d. January 30, 1912, Harrold, Wilbarger, Texas, USA.
.....viii......FRANCIS H. WILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1849.

30. AARON GOODWIN (ENOCH, AARON) was born July 29, 1816 in Sherborn, Bath, Kentucky, USA, and died March 20, 1900 in Boone County, Indiana. He married (1) NANCY HENDRIX December 06, 1836, daughter of PETER HENDRIX and KERONHAPPUCH NOE. She was born May 31, 1817 in Sherborn, Bath, Kentucky, USA,, and died Abt. 1845 in Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA. He married (2) ELIZA G. SHOEMAKER October 01, 1846 in Boone County, Indiana. She was born April 03, 1821 in Kentucky, and died August 08, 1895. Aaron, Nancy, and Eliza share the same stone in Pleasant View Cemetery, Dover, Boone, Indiana, USA.

Notes for AARON GOODWIN:
1850 - District 7, Boone, Indiana
Aaron Goodwin...farmer...35...$1600 real estate...KY
Eliza Goodwin...29...NC
Camilla Goodwin...10...KY
Emily Goodwin...6...IN
Gilbert H. Goodwin ...5...IN
Enoch M. Goodwin...2...IN
William W. Goodwin ...10/12...IN

1860 - Center, Boone, Indiana...18 June 1860
Aaron Goodwin...43...farmer...$400...$700...KY
Elza J Goodwin...38...SC
allegedly Emily Goodwin...16...IN
Gilbert H Goodwin...15...farm laborer...IN
Enoch M Goodwin...12...IN
William W Goodwin...10...IN
Nancy J Goodwin...7...IN
Sarah E Goodwin...6...IN
Thomas G Goodwin...4...IN
Aaron D Goodwin...4/12...IN

1870 - Center, Boone, Indiana
Aron Goodwin...53...KY...farmer...$6500 real estate...$1250 personal
Eliza Goodwin...47...NC
Enoch L. Goodwin... 22...IN
? W. Goodwin...male...20...IN
Nancy Goodwin...18...IN
Sarah Goodwin...16...IN
Thomas Goodwin...14...IN
Douglas Goodwin...10...IN
George W. Goodwin...7...IN

1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Aaron GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 65 ... KY ... Farm Laborer ... KY ... KY
Eliza GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 59 ... KY ... House Keeping ... NC ... NC
A. D. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 20 ... IN ... Farm Laborer ... KY ... KY
G. J. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 17 ... IN ... Farm Laborer ... KY ... KY
James C. GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 14 ... IN ... Farm Laborer ... KY ... KY
Nancy J. PURDUE ... Dau ... W ... Female ... W ... 28 ... IN ... House Keeping ... KY ... KY
...Census Place...Center, Boone, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254266
...NA Film Number ...T9-0266
...Page Number ...114C

AARON GOODWIN,S obit from the Lebanon Newspaper says, "Aaron Goodwin Dead Well known Pioneer citizen of this county (Boone) died today noon. Aaron Goodwin one of Boone County's best known citizen, died about noon today (Mar. 20, 1900) at his home four and one half miles west of Lebanon. He had been in ill health for a number of days with pneumonia. Mr. Goodwin was a native of Nicholas County, Ky. He came here at an early age and settled on the farm west of town, where he has resided for considerably over a half a century. He was married twice. He leaves a family of about six children, George and Clem who reside on the home place, Douglas who lives East of town, Thomas who resides at Alva, Okla., and Mrs. Emma Nealis who lives here. He was about 84 years old."

Children of AARON GOODWIN and NANCY HENDRIX are:
99.....i......CHAMILAR GOODWIN, b. October 04, 1839;
.....ii......COLUMBUS GOODWIN, b. January 21, 1841; d. September 05, 1841.
100......iii......EMILY GOODWIN, b. November 03, 1843; d. December 19, 1943.
101......iv......GILBERT HARVEY GOODWIN, b. March 24, 1845, Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA; d. June 11, 1895, Indiana.

Children of AARON GOODWIN and ELIZA SHOEMAKER are:
.....v......ENOCH M. GOODWIN, b. July 01, 1847, Boone County, Indiana.

Notes for ENOCH M. GOODWIN:
Is this he in the 1880 census?
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Enoch GOODWIN ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...28 ...IN ...Farmer ...IN ...IN
Sarah J. GOODWIN ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...28 ...IN ...Keeping House ...IN ...IN
Oscar M. GOODWIN ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...10 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Marion A. GOODWIN ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...8 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Mary M. GOODWIN ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...5 ...IN ......IN ...IN
Carrie E. GOODWIN ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...2 ...IN ......IN ...IN
...Census Place...Plevna, Reno, Kansas
...Family History Library Film ...1254394
...NA Film Number ...T9-0394
...Page Number ...495D

or this?
Enoch GOODWIN ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...30 ...IN ...Farmer ...IN ...IN
Sarah GOODWIN ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...31 ...OH ...Keeping House ...NY ...OH
Emma D. GOODWIN ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...8 ...IA ......IN ...OH
John E. GOODWIN ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...7 ...IA ......IN ...OH
Stephen GOODWIN ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...4 ...IA ......IN ...OH
Jane GOODWIN ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...1 ...NE ......IN ...OH
...Census Place...Town 12, York, Nebraska
...Family History Library Film ...1254757
...NA Film Number ...T9-0757
...Page Number ...417A

.....vi......WILLIAM W. GOODWIN, b. August 08, 1849, Boone County, Indiana.
.....vii......NANCY J. GOODWIN, b. October 10, 1851, Indiana; m. (1) JEFFERSON TAYLOR; m. (2) HENRY P. PURDUE.
102......viii......SARAH E. GOODWIN, b. February 19, 1854, Indiana.
103......ix......THOMAS G. GOODWIN, b. February 01, 1856.
.....x......MARY E. GOODWIN, b. March 28, 1858.
.....xi......AARON DOUGLAS GOODWIN, b. February 14, 1860, Indiana; d. May 14, 1946; m. NINA THOMPSON; b. Abt. 1865. he was buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA.
.....xii......GEORGE J. GOODWIN, b. April 05, 1863, Indiana; m. ELLA RIGGIN.
Notes for GEORGE J. GOODWIN:
Prairie Farmer's Directory of Boone County, IN 1920
Gives the year they became a resident of the county:
Goodwin, George J...... ...Rigens, Ella...child: Mabel...1863
Goodwin, Harley O...... ...Linville, Pearl M. ... child Wilmer J. ... 1884
Goodwin, Ralph G. ...Titus, Helen...child James........ 1893
.....xiii......JAMES C. GOODWIN, b. January 21, 1866, Indiana; m. MINNIE THOMSBERRY; b. Abt. 1870.

31. NANCY GOODWIN (ENOCH, AARON) was born February 25, 1819 in Flat Rock Precinct, Bourbon, Kentucky, USA. She married THOMAS CANADAY April 30, 1839 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, son of JAMES CANADAY and MATILDA ?. He was born Abt. 1793 in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and died Abt. 1850 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Notes for THOMAS CANADAY:
Partial source: http://www.shawhan.com/families/canadayj.rtf

Children of NANCY GOODWIN and THOMAS CANADAY are:
.....i......POLLY ANN KENNEDY, m. GEORGE SMITH.
.....ii......JOHN W. KENNEDY.
104...... iii......SARAH C. KENNEDY, b. Abt. 1846, Flat Rock Precinct, Bourbon, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1926, Hutchinson Precinct, Bourbon, Kentucky, USA.
.....iv......MARY E. KENNEDY, m. J.T. SMITH.

32. ENOCH G. GOODWIN (ENOCH, AARON) was born June 22, 1823 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, and died 1909 in Marion County, Indiana. He married ELIZA JANE ROGERS October 07, 1847 in Nicholas County, Kentucky. She was born about 1823 in Kentucky, USA. She died in 1864. He married (2) NANCY E. MARTIN. She was born in 1840. She died in 1895. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=27124175 has a picture of the tombstone from Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Indianpolis, Marion County, Indiana for Enoch, Eliza, and Nancy.

Notes for ENOCH G. GOODWIN: fraternal twin to Sarah Goodwin

Looking for information my gg grandfather Fred/Frederic Goodwin (b. Abt 1875 Lebanon, Boone, IN) He married Mary Allison (b. Abt 1879 Plainfield, Hendricks, IN) on 20 Dec 1899 in Plainfield.
On the marriage application, it says that Fred's parents were Enoch G. Goodwin and Mary E. Martin (although I've found other info saying her name was Nancy E. Martin). f anyone has any information on these ancestors, please contact me.
Kim Nguyen
26 Nov 2002
Ancestry board

1860 - District 1, Nicholas, Kentucky
Enoch Goodwin...36...merchant...$3000...$6000 personal...KY
Eliza Goodwin...37...KY
W H Goodwin...9...KY
Ann Goodwin...5...KY
Mary E Goodwin...1...KY

Census, 1870 - Center, Boone, Indiana
E. G. Goodwin...46...clerk, dry good...$8000 real estate...$200 personal...KY
Nancy E. Goodwin ...28...KY
William Goodwin...21...KY...common laborer
Anna Goodwin...14...KY
Emma Goodwin...12...KY
Ida Goodwin...4...IN

1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Enoch G. GOODWIN ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...56 ...KY ...Retired Merchant ...NY ...NJ
Nancy E. GOODWIN ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...40 ...KY ...Keeping House ...KY ...KY
James E. GOODWIN ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...9 ...IN ......KY ...KY
Fredric B. GOODWIN ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...4 ...IN ......KY ...KY
...Census Place...Eagle, Boone, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254267
...NA Film Number ...T9-0267
...Page Number ...269B

1900 - Pike, Marion, Indiana
Tilman A Wilson...39...Feb 1861...IN, IN, IN...married 16 yrs
Ida B Wilson...35...April 1863...5 children, 3 living...IN, KY, MO
Harry C Wilson ...15...Oct 1884...IN
Nellie E Wilson...9...June 1890...IN
Gus L Wilson ...4...April 1896...IN
Enock G Goodwin...76...father-in-law...June 1823...KY, KY, KY

From: "Kim Nguyen"
Subject: [INBOONE-L] Goodwins
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 17:55:37 -0500
.....Looking for information on my g-g-grandfather Fred Goodwin (b. Abt 1875 Lebanon). He married Mary Allison Dec. 20, 1899 in Plainfield, IN.
I've been told Fred was the son of Enoch G. Goodwin, Jr. (b. 22 Jun 1823 KY & d. 1909 Marion Co., IN) and Nancy E. Martin (b. Abt 1840 & d. 27 Jul 1895 Royalton, Boone Co., IN). They were married June 15, 1865 in Boone Co.
.....I have had other researchers give me information on Enoch, but most feel his parents were Enoch Goodwin (b. 8 Jun 1788 PA & d. 1877 Nicholas Co., KY) and Sarah Hopkins (b. 9 Aug, 1789 NJ & d. Bef 1860).
.....I would like as much information on Fred and his ancestors as possible.
.....After Mary's death, their daughter Edna Geneva Goodwin was adopted by Charles Cain & Emma (Pike) Allison. I was told that Fred remarried and that his new wife was Native American. No one knows what happened to him after that.
.....Any information would be appreciated. I'm also interested in marriage, death & birth certificates and photographs. I've never been able to find out when Mary Allsion Goodwin died or where she was born.
Thank you,
Kim Nguyen

Children of ENOCH GOODWIN and ELIZA JANE ROGERS are:
.....i......WILLIAM H. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1849, Kentucky.
.....ii......ANN GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1855.
.....iii......MARY E. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1859.

Enoch G. Goodwin and Nancy E. Martin had the following children:
105. iv. IDA B. GOODWIN was born in Apr 1863 in Indiana, USA. She married TILMAN ASHBURY WILSON about 1884 in Pike, Marion County, Indiana, USA. He was born in Feb 1861 in Pike, Marion County, Indiana, USA.
v. JAMES E. GOODWIN was born about 1871 in Boone County, Indiana, USA.
vi. FREDRIC B. GOODWIN was born about 1872 in Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA. He married MARY ALLISON on 20 Dec 1899 in Plainfield, Hendricks, Indiana, USA.

33. SARAH ANN GOODWIN (ENOCH, AARON) , b. February 06, 1829, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. JAMES MCCRACKEN.

Notes for SARAH ANN GOODWIN:
1880 ...Census Place...Donegal, Washington, Pennsylvania; Family History Library Film ...1255201; NA Film Number ...T9-1201; ...Page Number ...171C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
J.T. MCCRACKON ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 55 ... PA ... Farmer ... PA ... PA
Sarah A. MCCRACKON ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 53 ... PA ... Keeping House ... PA ... PA
Frank MCCRACKON ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 20 ... PA ... At School ... PA ... PA
George MCCRACKON ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 18 ... PA ... Works On Farm ... PA ... PA
John MCCRACKON ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 15 ... PA ... Works On Farm ... PA ... PA
Margaret MCCRACKON ... Mother ... W ... Female ... W ... 88 ... PA ... ... PA ... PA
Nancy MCKEE ... Other ... D ... Female ... W ... 26 ... PA ... Housekeeper ... PA ... PA

James McCracken and Sarah Ann Goodwin had the following children:
.....i.....Frankey McCracken was born about 1858 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....Geoge McCracken .....ii.... John McCracken was born about 1860 in Nicholas County, Kentucky, USA

34. MARY ELLEN GOODWIN (BENJAMIN, AARON) was born October 30, 1836 in Washington Twp., Daviess, IN, and died January 12, 1904 in Daviess County, IN. She married JOHN W. WAINMAN. He was born February 23, 1837 in Sellersburg, Clark, Indiana, USA, and died January 24, 1912 in Washington Twp., Daviess, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MARY ELLEN GOODWIN:
1880 census
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
John W. WAINMAN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 42 ... IN ... Mine Mull Boss ... IN ... WV
Mary E. WAINMAN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 44 ... IN ... Keeping House ... OH ... KY
Harriet L. WAINMAN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 15 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Benjamin L. WAINMAN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 12 ... IN ... Helps Father ... IN ... IN
William J. WAINMAN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 9 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Henry C. WAINMAN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 6 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
...Census Place...Washington, Daviess, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254271
...NA Film Number ...T9-0271
...Page Number ...562C

St. Rose Cem., Perry Twsp., Martin Co., Indiana
St. Rose Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Indiana
WAINMAN, Benjamin L. ... B: 31 Oct 1867...D: 11 May 1898
MCHS-185: S/O J.W. & M.E. Wainman. NMB1994: (stone).

WAINMAN, John ...B: 23 Feb 1837...D: 24 Jan 1912
Unmarked NMB1994: Ref: The Sentinel IV-34, Loogootee, IN, Jan. 16,
1912. Obit: born in Crawford County, IN, Co. I, 65th Ind. Vol. Inf.
Children: William J. Wainman, Henry C. Wainman.

WAINMAN, Mary E. ... B: 30 Oct 1886...D: 12 Jan 1904
MCHS-185: Wife of John W. NMB1994: (stone).

Children of MARY GOODWIN and JOHN WAINMAN are:
106......i......HARRIET L. GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1865; d. Abt. 1898, Martin County, Indiana.
.....ii......BENJAMIN L. WAINMAN, b. Abt. 1868; d. May 11, 1898.
107......iii......WILLIAM JEROME WAINMAN, b. September 30, 1870, St Louis, St Louis County, Missouri; d. June 06, 1942, Flora, Clay, Illinois, USA.
108......iv......HENRY C. WAINMAN, b. September 1873; d. February 19, 1938, East St. Louis, Illinois.

35. ALFRED DAVIS GOODWIN (BENJAMIN, AARON) was born about 1837 in Indiana, USA. He married (1) SARAH REBECCA RITCHIE on 05 Dec 1858. He married (2) MARY ROBINSON on 30 Dec 1857.
Notes for Alfred Davis Goodwin:
1860 - Washington, Daviess, Indiana - 22 June 1860
Alfred Goodwin...23...farmer...$500 real estate...$200 personal...IN
Sarah Goodwin ...14...IN
Mary Goodwin ...4/12...IN

US CIVIL WAR DRAFT REGISTRATION
Name: Alfred D Goodwin
Residence: Davis, Indiana
Class: 1
Congressional District: 1st
Age on 1 July 1863: 27
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Indiana
farmer

Alfred Davis Goodwin and Sarah Rebecca Ritchie had the following child:
i. MARY GOODWIN was born about Feb 1860.

36. JEREMIAH VIRDEMON GOODWIN (BENJAMIN, AARON) was born April 07, 1848 in Washington, Daviess County, Indiana, and died June 26, 1920 in Daviess County, Indiana. He married MARGARET JANE BARBER December 08, 1875 in Cumberback, Daviess, Indiana, USA, daughter of SAMUEL BARBER and ELEANOR HORRALL. She was born April 10, 1853 in Cumberback, Veale Township, Daviess, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1942 in Daviess County, Indiana. Jeremiah was a Populist and a farmer, residing in Cumback, Daviess, Indiana, USA.

1860 - Veale, Daviess, Indiana
Samuel Barber...33...KY
Ellen Barber...26...IN
Jacob Barber...12
John Barber...9
Margaret Barber 8...IN
William Barber ... 5
Hiram Barber ...1.12

.. 1880 - Veale, Daviess, Indiana
Jerry Goodwin...30...IN, OH, KY
Margaret Goodwin...26...IN, IN, IN
Ora E. Goodwin ...3...IN, IN, IN
Samuel B. Goodwin ...1...IN, IN, IN

1900 - Veale, Daviess, Indiana
Jerry Goodwin...52...April 1848...IN, OH, KY...farmer...married at 24
Margaret J Goodwin...47...April 1853...8 children, 7 living...IN, IN, IN...married at 24
Ulla B Goodwin...15...Feb 1885...IN, IN, IN
Joseph T Goodwin...13...Oct 1886...IN, IN, IN
John R Goodwin...11...Jan 1889...IN, IN, IN
Hollis W Goodwin...7...March 1893...IN, IN, IN

1910 census - Veale, Daviess, IN
Jeremiah Goodwin...62...IN, OH, KY...general farmer
Margaret J Goodwin...57...IN, IN, IN
Joseph T Goodwin...22...IN, IN, IN
John R Goodwin...20...IN, IN, IN
Hollis R Goodwin...17...IN, IN, IN

1920 - Veale, Daviess, Indiana
Jerry U Goodwin...71...IN, OH, KY...farmer
Margaret J Goodwin...66...IN, IN, IN
John Goodwin...29...IN, IN, IN
Lomel E Beaman...14...lodger...

Children of JEREMIAH GOODWIN and MARGARET BARBER are:
109......i......ORA ELLEN GOODWIN, b. April 15, 1877, Washington, Veale Township, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. October 29, 1948, Idaho.
110......ii......SAMUEL BENJAMIN GOODWIN, b. April 07, 1879, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1968.
111......iii......LIONEL EDGAR GOODWIN, b. October 26, 1880; d. Abt. 1962.
.....iv......JAMES WEAVER GOODWIN, b. January 21, 1883, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. August 09, 1883, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA.
112......v......ULVA BELVA GOODWIN, b. February 20, 1885, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1976.
113.....vi......JOSEPH THOMAS GOODWIN, b. October 27, 1887, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1953.
.....vii......JOHN ROY GOODWIN, b. January 11, 1890, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1965, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana.
.....viii......HOLLIS ROY GOODWIN, b. March 25, 1893, Veale Township, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1918.

37. LEATHA ANN GOODWIN (BENJAMIN, AARON) was born July 07, 1853 in Veale Township, Daviess County, Indiana, and died June 04, 1923 in North Vernon, Jennings, Indiana. She married CHARLES ADEN RODARMEL. He was born Abt. 1850 in Indiana, and died Abt. 1912.

Notes for LEATHA ANN GOODWIN:
1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
C. A. RODARMEL ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 30 ... IN ... Farmer ... IN ... IN
Artha A. RODARMEL ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 26 ... IN ... Keeping House ... OH ... KY
Jerry A. RODARMEL ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 8 ... IN ... At School ... IN ... IN
Mary D. RODARMEL ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 5 ... IN ... At Home ... IN ... IN
...Census Place...Washington, Daviess, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254271
...NA Film Number ...T9-0271
...Page Number ...516B

Notes for CHARLES ADEN RODARMEL:
Dear Ms. Leavell
.....I was so very excited whenever I came across your research on the goodwin family. I almost flipped!!!!!
.....I have looked for years trying to find out information about my descendants and thanks to the internet search engine innovation and you i have a break through.
.....My name is Charles L. Rodarmel Jr. You may refer to me as Chad as do all of my friends. My grandfather was Roy A. Rodarmel. He was the son of Jerry A. Rodarmel. Until this year that was all that I new of my family. My grandfather would never speak of his father to my father or I. My father was only 5-6 when Jerry passed away. Two things have come to light thanks to your hard work.
1)..... Jerry's real middle was thought to have been Adrean, according to my Grandma Rodarmel. We now know that it was Aden.
2)..... The name of my Great-Great Grandfather was Charles Aden Rodarmel who married yoru ancestor Leatha Goodwin.
.....My father told me that we had ties to the Goodwin family however it was never clear as to from which direction. We now know. Further proof that Jerry Aden is the person I know him to be is that we did know that he was married to a Cora Sutherland. My father's oldest sister was named after the very same. My Grandpa held my Great grandma Rodarmel in the highest of regard. He loved her very much. It is my understanding that Jerry is buried at a place called Paris-Crossing, IN not far from Old Vernon, IN and North Vernon, IN.
.....My request to you is this; Do you have any information regarding the father/mother/children of Charles A. Rodarmel, and second, was it your knowledge that Jerry A. was an only child? I would appreciate this very much. If information regarding our family from Jerry A. to present would be of interest to you I would be more than happy to provide it to you.
.....Thank you again very, very much. I thank you and my father thanks you!!!
Regards,
Chad Rodarmel
Field Service Engineer
Makino
(513) 573-7218 Voice mail
Chad.Rodarmel at Makino.com

Children of LEATHA GOODWIN and CHARLES RODARMEL are:
114......i......JERRY ADEN RODARMEL, b. July 19, 1872, Knox County, Indiana; d. February 10, 1946, Washington Twp., Daviess County, IN.
.....ii......MARY DRUCILLA RODARMEL, b. April 23, 1875, Knox County, Indiana; d. April 18, 1894, Knox County, Indiana; m. TISA LAWRENCE SUTHERLAND; b. February 15, 1873, Knox County, Indiana.
.....iii......CHARLES ADEN RODARMEL, b. March 1888, Jennings County, Indiana.

38. SARAH ANN GOODWIN (ELIJAH, AARON) was born April 05, 1831 in Gibson County, Indiana, and died March 18, 1915 in Indiana. She married REV. ELIJAH WASHINGTON KNAPP October 15, 1848 in Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana, USA, son of AMOS KNAPP and MARY BUTLER. He was born April 15, 1825 in Jennings County, Indiana, and died July 08, 1905 in Indiana.

Notes for SARAH ANN GOODWIN:
http://www.users.cts.com/crash/h/hindskw/KennethHinds/26368.html

Sarah lived in Irvington, Indiana.

1860 - Geneva, Jennings, Indiana (20 July 1860)
Elijah W Knapp...36...IN...traveling agency
Sarah A Knapp...28...IN
Obed B Knapp...10...IN
Goodwin Knapp...8...IN
Friend Knapp...6...IN
Scott Knapp...3...IN
Not Named (male) Knapp...5/12...IN
Caroline Riley...19...IN...housework

Source for Knapp pictures and much data: (Richard Stauff of Santa Cruz, CA)

Children of SARAH GOODWIN and ELIJAH KNAPP are:
115......i......OVID BUTLER KNAPP, b. August 12, 1848, Queensville, Jennings, Indiana, USA.
.....ii......ELIJAH GOODWIN KNAPP, b. November 03, 1851, Jennings County, Indiana; d. December 17, 1867, Indiana.
116......iii......FRIEND CHAPMAN KNAPP, b. January 31, 1854, Queensville, Jennings, Indiana, USA; d. January 08, 1908, Santa Cruz, California.
.....iv......ALVIN SCOTT KNAPP, b. October 04, 1856; m. KATIE HOLMAN CARRY.
.....v......DANIEL FRANKLIN KNAPP, b. February 02, 1860; d. March 20, 1867.
.....vi......WILLIAM WALLACE KNAPP, b. July 18, 1862; m. MARGRETTA TEBBOTT.
.....vii......LAURA MELISSA KNAPP, b. February 25, 1866.

39. MELISSA JANE GOODWIN (ELIJAH, AARON) was born October 22, 1835 in Mt Vernon, Posey, Indiana, and died April 19, 1893 in Florida, Monroe, Missouri, USA. She married JAMES JEFFERSON REED April 27, 1856 in Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana, USA. He was born November 22, 1830 in Lawrence, Indiana, and died June 05, 1906 in Florida, Monroe, Missouri, USA.

Notes for MELISSA JANE GOODWIN:
1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
James J. REED ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 52 ... IN ... Farmer ... KY ... KY
Melissa J. REED ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 46 ... IN ... Keeping House ... OH ... TN
Perry H. REED ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 21 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Zeno REED ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 19 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Edgar REED ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 11 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Emmie M. REED ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 5 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
...Census Place...South Fork, Monroe, Missouri
...Family History Library Film ...1254704
...NA Film Number ...T9-0704
...Page Number ...525A

Children of MELISSA GOODWIN and JAMES REED are:
.....i......ELIJAH GOODWIN REED, b. January 28, 1857, Lawrence, Indiana; d. April 06, 1865.
117......ii......PERRY HALL REED, b. January 28, 1858, Lawrence, Indiana; d. April 23, 1939, Columbia, Boone, Missouri, USA.
.....iii......ZENO CHAPMAN REED, b. November 08, 1860, Marion County, Indiana; d. October 08, 1936, Victoria, Jefferson, Missouri, USA; m. ELLA MAY TREADWAY, January 03, 1894, Monroe County, Ohio; b. February 19, 1875, Monroe County, Missouri; d. August 27, 1950, Hannibal, Oakwood, Marion, Missouri.
.....iv......SARAH JANE REED, b. December 15, 1862, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; d. August 22, 1864, Indiana.
.....v......MARY ELLEN REED, b. August 22, 1865, Marion County, Indiana; d. November 15, 1875, Florida, Monroe, Missouri, USA.
.....vi......WALTER HOWARD REED, b. September 13, 1866, Marion County, Indiana; d. February 06, 1878.
116......vii......EDGAR LAWRENCE REED, b. February 06, 1869, Warren, Indiana; d. December 27, 1945, Mexico, Audrain, Missouri, USA.
.....viii......WILLIE GEARREL REED, b. September 17, 1870, Monroe County, Missouri; d. October 05, 1875.
.....ix......EMMA MAE REED, b. October 23, 1875, Monroe County, Missouri; d. October 01, 1897, Florida, Monroe, Missouri, USA.

40. AARON DAVIS GOODWIN (ELIJAH, AARON) was born January 22, 1839 in Indiana, and died June 10, 1891. He married MARY EMMA DALE. She was born 25 Dec 1842 White County, Indiana, and d. abt. 1900 Salina, Saline, Kansas, USA. They had one son and three daughters.

US CIVIL WAR DRAFT REGISTRATION
Name: Davis Goodwin
Residence: Edina, Knox, Missouri
Class: All
Congressional District: 8th
Age on 1 July 1863: 21
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Indiana
or
Name: A D Goodwin
Residence: Clark, Indiana
Class: 1
Congressional District: 8th
Age on 1 July 1863: 24
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Indiana

Census 1875 St. George, Pottawottamie, KS
A. D. Goodwin...minister...$400...$200...IN...IN
Emma Goodwin...22...IN...IN
Georgia Goodwin...12...IN...IN
Gertrude Goodwin...10...IN...IN
Walter Goodwin...17...IN...IN
Grace Goodwin...5...KS
Mabel Goodwin...1...KS

Census: 1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
A.D. GOODWIN ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 41 ... IN ... Teacher ... OH ... TN
Erma GOODWIN ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 38 ... IN ... Keeps House ... OH ... OH
Georgie GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 18 ... IN ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Gertrude GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 15 ... IN ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Walter GOODWIN ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 12 ... IN ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Grace GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 10 ... KS ... At Home ... OH ... OH
Mabel GOODWIN ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 6 ... KS ... ... OH ... OH
...Census Place...Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Kansas
...Family History Library Film ...1254381..... ...NA Film Number ...T9-0381
...Page Number ...490D

1 March 1905 Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas state census
Gertrude Knowles...40...IN
Walter E Knowles...19...KS
Harry Knowles...17...KS
Jas Knowles...5...OH
C D Knowles...3...PA
Mrs. Ada Sill...64...IN
Walter D Goodwin...37...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Topeka Ward 4, Shawnee, Kansas; Roll T624_457; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 174; Image: 1143.
Gertrude Knowles...42...IN, IN, IN...widowed...4 children, 4 living
James H Knowles...10...IN, IN, IN...son
Clarence D Knowles...8...PA, IN, IN...son
Ada D Sill...72...IN, PA, OH...widowed...mother
Walter D Goodwin...40...IN, IN, IN...single...brother...clerk, fire insurance company

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Chicago Ward 32, Cook (Chicago), Illinois; Roll T625_350; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 1994; Image: 444.
Walter Goodwin...51...IN, IN, IN...rents...can read/write...examiner, Insurance co.
Grace Goodwin...49...PA, PA, PA...can read/write
Virginia Goodwin...5...IL, IN, PA

Children of AARON GOODWIN and MARY EMMA DALE are:
119.....i......GEORGIE ELWIN GOODWIN, b. 15 Aug 1862, White County, Indiana; d. 17 Nov 1934 Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, USA. She m. JAMES WILLIAM GOING 01 Jan 1884 in Saline, KS.
120..... ii......GERTRUDE JENNINGS GOODWIN, b. 07 Feb 1865, White County, Indiana; d. 14 Oct 1953 Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA.
121.....iii.....WALTER DALE GOODWIN, b. 22 Mar 1868, Warren County, Indiana; d. 19 Jun 1954 Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, USA. He m. CAROLYN GRACE HOUGHELIN 15 May 1912 Zearing, Story, Iowa, USA.
.....iv......GRACE BASSETT GOODWIN, b. 11 May 1870, Kansas, d. 14 Oct 1955 Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, USA.
.....v......MABEL GOODWIN, b. Abt. 1874, Kansas, d. abt. Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Kansas, USA.

41. ANGELO QUINCEY GOODWIN (ELIJAH, AARON) was born March 31, 1847 in Mt. Vernon, Jennings, Indiana, USA, and died September 10, 1923. He married MARY LOUISA JAYNE December 29, 1868 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA, daughter of WHITNEY JAYNE and MARIAH ROBINSON. She was born June 16, 1851 in Indiana, and died October 13, 1929 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ANGELO QUINCEY GOODWIN:
1870 - Indianapolis Ward 4 (2nd Enum), Marion, Indiana
Goodwin, Angle...24...printer...IN
...Lou...19...keeps house...IN

In 1880 Soundex for Indiana, v. 41, ED 106, S. 42, L. 3 is an Angelo Goodwin, 33, in Center Twp. Marion County; wife Louisa, 29, born IN; daughters Ina, 8, born Kansas; Blanch, 7, born Kansas; and Dora, 2, born Iowa.

1900 census - Center, Grant, Indiana
Angelo Goodwin...51...Feb 1844...IN...married 28...IN, PA, IN
Lue Goodwin...48...1857...7 children, 4 living...married 28...IN, NY, IN
Blanch Cox...26...Sept 1872...dau...KS, IN, IN
Ernest Cox...19...Feb 1881...son...IN, IN, IN...blacksmith
Elmer Cox...16...Oct 1883...son...IN, IN, IN...printer
Albert Cox...5 ...Dec 1884...grandson...IN, IN, IN

1910 - Warren, Marion, Indiana
Angelo V Goodwin...63...IN, VA, IN...printer
Louise Goodwin...58...IN, NY, IN

1920 - Indianapolis Ward 2, Marion, Indiana
Angelo Q Goodwin...73...IN, OH, TN... nightwatchman, furniture
Luisa Goodwin...68...IN, NY, Connecticut
Blanche Cox...46...KS, IN, IN

per Nikki Jean Williams Van Reusen, Invitation for the Golden Wedding Anniversary celebration for Angelo Quincey Goodwin and Mary Louisa Jayne, held on Monday, 29th December 1919, from seven to ten at their home, 2442 Cornell Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana was found in the papers of their granddaughter, Louise Marie Taylor (daughter of Inez Marcia Goodwin).

Children of ANGELO GOODWIN and MARY JAYNE are:
.....i......WILLIE GOODWIN, b. November 19, 1869; d. January 24, 1870.
122.....ii...... INEZ MARCIA GOODWIN, b. April 13, 1872, Salina, Saline, Kansas, USA; d. April 11, 1947, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
123......iii......BLANCHE I. GOODWIN, b. September 09, 1873, Salina, Saline, Kansas, USA; d. August 03, 1940, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana.
.....iv......FRANKIE GOODWIN, b. December 16, 1876; d. December 16, 1876. Per Nikki Jean Williams Van Reusen, in a handwritten note left by Angelo Quincey Goodwin before he died, he listed the names and birthdates of his children. For Frankie: "Frankey born and died December 16, 1876".
.....v......DORA GOODWIN, b. May 24, 1878, Iowa; d. October 01, 1892, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
.....vi......ERNEST P. GOODWIN, b. February 16, 1881, Indiana; d. April 12, 1954, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA m. (1) IVA TOLIN; b. October 05, 1907; m. (2) BERTHA JOLLIFF, May 23, 1901; b. May 09, 1883, Indiana.
124......vii......ELMER A. GOODWIN, b. October 31, 1883; d. June 09, 1962, Canton, Stark, Ohio, USA.

42. ELIJAH GOODWIN (MOSES, AARON) was born Abt. 1836 in Posey County, Indiana, and died April 24, 1864 in Cahaba Prison, Alabama. He married ARMILDA FELTY April 06, 1854. Elijah was a Civil War casualty. Big problem here: the Babcock Family Tree at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3658515/person/-1703151479 says Elijah T. Goodwin, son of David Goodwin and Temperance Andrews, married Armilda Felty and produced the son below. Who is correct?

Name: Elijah J. J. Goodwin
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Armilda C. Foly
Marriage Date: Apr 06, 1854
Marriage County: White
Comments: This record can be found at the Illinois County Court Records, Film # 0977068 - 0977072.

Historical Data Systems, comp.. U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009.
Name: Elijah J Goodwin
Residence: Carmi, Illinois
Enlistment Date: 9 Jan 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Illinois
Survived the War?: No
Service Record: Enlisted in Company B, Illinois 29th Infantry Regiment on 01 Sep 1861. Mustered out on 24 Apr 1864 at Cahaba, AL.
Sources: Illinois: Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men

Name: Armilda C. Goodwin
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Daniel R. Hardin
Marriage Date: Aug 28, 1865
Marriage County: White
Comments: This record can be found at the Illinois County Court Records, Film # 0977068 - 0977072.

Name: Armilda C. Goodwin
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Daniel R. Hardin
Marriage Date: Aug 28, 1865
Marriage County: White
Comments: This record can be found at the Illinois County Court Records, Film # 0977068 - 0977072.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Enfield, White, Illinois; Roll: M593_289; Page: 356B; Image: 192; Family History Library Film: 545788.
Daniel Hardin...34...IL...farmer...$1000 real...$400 personal
Armilda Hardin...29...IL
Cora Hardin...3...IL
Luella Goodwin...14...IL
Florence Goodwin...12...IL
James Goodwin...8...IL

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Grayville, White, Illinois; Roll: 258; Family History Film: 1254258; Page: 286B; Enumeration District: 149; Image: 0074.
A. C. Hardin...39...IL, PA, KY...widowed...boarding house keeper
James Goodwin...19...IL, IL, IL...works in stav factory...son
Cora Hardin...12...IL, IL, IL...dau
Ollie Hardin...10...IL, IL, IL...dau
Patrick Ryan...29...laborer, railroad...boarder
John Kain...26...laborer, railroad...boarder

Children of ELIJAH GOODWIN and ARMILDA FELTY are:
......i......LUELLA GOODWIN, b. abt. 1856 Illinois.
......ii......FLORENCE GOODWIN, b. abt 1858 Illinois.
125......iii......ELIJAH JAMES GOODWIN, b. December 10, 1861, Grayville, Wabash, Illinois, USA; d. June 01, 1904.

43. ALONZO L. JOHNSON (LOURNA GOODWIN, AARON) was born December 01, 1835 in White County, Illinois, and died May 21, 1913 in Enfield, White, Illinois, USA. He married HARRIET AMANDA ABBOTT August 19, 1858. She was born December 13, 1835 in Illinois.

Children of ALONZO JOHNSON and HARRIET ABBOTT are:
.....i......CHARLES JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1859.
.....ii......ROSETTA JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1861.
126...... iii......SHERMAN ARTHUR JOHNSON, b. December 14, 1864, Enfield, White, Illinois, USA; d. June 15, 1956, Maunie, White, Illinois, USA.
.....iv......HERBERT JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1869.
.....v......DANIEL F. JOHNSON, b. February 13, 1872.
127......vi......DAISY JEAN JOHNSON, b. June 14, 1875.

44. ELIJAH GOODWIN JOHNSON (LOURNA GOODWIN, AARON) was born December 04, 1842 in White County, Illinois, and died March 19, 1925. He married SARAH A. GARRISON December 03, 1863. She was born Abt. 1850 in Illinois.

Children of ELIJAH JOHNSON and SARAH GARRISON are:
128.....i......WILLIAM ARTHUR JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1865.
.....ii......ORVILLE M. JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1867.
.....iii......JOHN L. JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1869.
.....iv......SAMPSON JOHNSON.
.....v......ELIJAH GOODWIN JOHNSON.
.....vi......EDWARD ROSCOE JOHNSON, b. January 26, 1881.

45. WILLIAM AARON CRABTREE (ACHSAH GOODWIN, AARON) was born Abt. 1840 in Indiana, and died Abt. 1871 in White County, Illinois. He married SUSAN A. BARTON December 23, 1866 in White County, Illinois.

Child of WILLIAM CRABTREE and SUSAN BARTON is:
..... i......CHARLES CRABTREE, b. Abt. 1870.

46. NARCISSA CRABTREE (ACHSAH GOODWIN, AARON) was born April 30, 1850 in White County, Illinois, and died June 17, 1916 in Wayne County, Illinois. She married ABRAHAM LAND October 14, 1867 in Posey County, Indiana, son of ABRAHAM LAND and SARAH EDWARDS. He was born March 26, 1845 in Gibson County, Indiana, and died January 11, 1932.

Notes for NARCISSA CRABTREE:
The children of Abraham and Narcissa are first cousins to the children of Jane Land and George Washington Crabtree because Jane and Abraham were brother and sister. Also, Narcissa was a half sister to these same children because GW was her father and Jane was her step-mother. Narcissa is listed as being born in IN in the 1850 census and being born in ILL in the 1880 census.[Crabtree.FTW]

Notes for ABRAHAM LAND:
..... ..... From the notes of Betty Crabtree:
.....Abraham Land obtained his divorce from Mary E Land in White County, Illinois in Sept of 1867. The Box number was 171. White County is where Caroline Land Harmon obtained her divorce from Bailey Harmon in 1870 (box 185). Seemingly, infidelity was the usual reason, so there are always persons named, although I am never sure that the picture is as black as is painted
.....There was also a case listed as Abraham Land, Defendant, with Eliza J Upton as Plaintiff, action was given as Appeal, Box 57. I was unable to find this file the day that I was there. As I recall, I really did not have the time to ask help from a clerk, and it was not a file of highest priority to me, so I let it go.
.....The Mary Grigsby that Abe married in Indiana was probably sister to Robert Grigsby, husband of Martha Ellen Land. When I eventually find my notes, I will be happy to send you copies of what I have.
[Crabtree.FTW]

.....From the divorce papers, Abraham is the plaintiff and accuses Mary of adultry with Wesley Overton "divers other persons." Mary was not there to defend herself. Abraham did marry Narcissa Crabtree in October of 1867 (Posey Co., IN), one month after his divorce. Narcissa had already given birth to Lewis in White Co., IL, in April of 1867, 6 months before she and Abraham were married. .....
.....Abraham was born a few months after his father had died. He served in the Civil War (60 IN co. B), took part in the Vicksberg Campaign and was captured at the battle of Carrion Crow Creek (Grand Giteau) LA in Nov of 1863. He was prisioner for 2-3 months, went AWOL, and returned. He was docked 2 months pay for AWOL. He was transfered in the 26th IN, was in an army hospital in New Orleans, and mustered out at Willett's Point, NY in the summer of 1865...... .....
.....After Abe and Narcissa were married in Posey Co, IN, they went to Crowley Co. KS where Abraham had some relatives living there. They stayed a few years before coming back to ILL. Abraham became a traveling preacher. His daughter Rose played piano for him at these services. After Narcissa died, he married Olie Brown.

BIOGRAPHY OF ABRAHAM LAND by Helen Kreusch
...Abraham Land, JR was born on March 26, 1846 in Gibson County, Indiana, the son of Abraham Land (1781-1844) and Sarah Edwards. Sarah Edwards was the second wife of Abraham, Sr. The family was from Tennessee (originally from South Carolina) and came to Indiana after 1830 to Gibson County. Abraham, JR, who was a Civil War pensioner, enlisted in the 60th IN, Co B from Poseyville, Indiana, and saw action at Vicksburg, MS, and was taken prisoner of war at the Carrion Crow Creek Battle in LA.
...He was discharged in 1865 at Willetts Point, NY. Abe came back to Gibson County and married Mary Grigsby in 1865. In 1867, Abraham and Mary were divorced and hemarried Narcissa Crabtree, daughter of George Washington Crabtree and Achsah Goodwin.
...After their marriage, Abraham and Narcissa (she was nicknamed "Sis") moved to White County, IL, where other Land and Crabtree family members lived. Their first child, Lewis (born in 1867), was born in White County. The family then went to Cowley County, Kansas, where other Land family members lived. During this sojourn (1868-1882), five children were born. The family came back to White County where the latter four children were born.
...Besides farming, Abraham also preached in the Christian Churches in the area. My grandma, Rosa Land Zuber, would play the piano for him during his preaching. Many of Abe's ten children settled in the White/Wayne County area: Lewis W. Land (1867-1954) married Mattie Aldridge and settled in Arkansas; James M. Land (1869-1903) married Grace Howard and lived in Illinois; Benjamin Newton Land (1871-1949) married Mary Tilton and Nancy Wilson and lived in Arkansas; William M. Land (1874-aft.1900) married Salina Boswell; Forest Henderson Land (1876-1922) married Clara Logan and lived in Illinois; Lulu V. Land (1880-1957) married Dick Olan Clifford and lived in New Haven, Illinois; Martha Jane (Jennie) Land (1883-1959) married Emanuel Daniels and lived in White County, Illinois, and Washington, Indiana; Rosa Tuck Land (1885-1958) married Louis Zuber and lived in White and Wayne Counties, Illinois; Amanda Ellen Land (1887-1962) married James Singletary and lived in Mississippi; and Mary F. Land (1894-1914) married Jesse Gray and lived in White County.
...My grandparents, Rosa Land and Louis Zuber, were married in 1904 and lived in White County close to the Crabtree farm where their three children were born: Norman (1907-1907); James Abraham; and Lena. Louis taught school in White County and then worked in the postoffice in Fairfield. James was my father, served in WWII and carried mail in Evansville, Indiana. Narcissa died in 1916 and was buried in Victory Cemetery in Wayne County. Abraham then married Olie Brown in 1917 and lived in Wayne County. Abraham died in 1932 and was buried beside Narcissa.
Children of NARCISSA CRABTREE and ABRAHAM LAND are:
129.....i......LEWIS WASHINGTON LAND, b. April 06, 1867, Illinois; d. June 06, 1954, Brinkley, Monroe, Arkansas, USA.
.....ii......BENJAMIN NEWTON LAND, b. November 06, 1871, Cowley County, Kansas; d. June 04, 1949, Arkansas.
.....iii......WILLIAM MANGRUM LAND, b. February 26, 1874, Illinois; d. May 01, 1918, Carmi, White, Illinois, USA; m. (1) SALINA BOSWELL; b. April 15, 1873; d. May 01, 1918; m. (2) ANN ?; m. (3) MRS. LOGAN.
.....iv......FOREST HENDERSON LAND, b. August 26, 1876, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, USA; d. Aft. 1922, Illinois.
130.....v......LULU V. LAND, b. January 01, 1880, Cowley County, Kansas; d. Abt. 1957, New Haven, Gallatin, Illinois, USA.
.....vi......MARTHA JANE LAND, b. January 1883; d. April 02, 1959, Washington, Daviess, Indiana, USA.
.....vii......ROSA TUCK LAND, b. March 29, 1885, White County, Illinois; d. June 03, 1958, Fairfield, Wayne, Illinois, USA.
.....viii......AMANDA ELLEN LAND, b. May 16, 1887, Illinois.
.....ix......MARY F. LAND, b. September 1894, Illinois; d. May 30, 1914.
.....x......JAMES M. LAND, b. November 18, 1869, Cowley County, Kansas; d. October 1903.

47. ARTHUR LEWIS CRABTREE (ACHSAH GOODWIN, AARON) was born January 12, 1855 in White County, Illinois, and died August 30, 1923. He married MARY JANE HARMON June 04, 1873 in Carmi, White, Illinois, USA, daughter of BAILEY HARMON and CAROLINE LAND. She was born April 10, 1856 in Poseyville, Posey, Indiana, USA, and died June 28, 1934, buried in IOOF Cem., Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma, USA.

Notes for ARTHUR LEWIS CRABTREE:
The Census records for Arthur Lewis (1880) of Tisdale Twp., Cowley Co., KS show the following:
Hall or Mall, Melville M. ... age 38 ... farmer ... b. IN
Arthur Crabtree...25... Farm laborer... b. IL
Mary J. Crabtree... wife...24... b. IN
Willard Crabtree... son... 6... b. IL
Luther E. Crabtree... son...4... b. IL
George W. Crabtree... son... 2... b. KS
A William Squire, boarder, was also in the household. From the census, Arthur and Mary Jane Crabtree left Il aft. 1876 and were there in KS by 1878.

The 1910 census of Otoe Twp., Noble Co., OK show:
Arthur L. Crabtree... hh ... 55... md 36 yrs ... IL, KY, IN
Mary J. Crabtree... wife 54...IN, IN, IN
Frances E. Harmon... s-i-l ... 27... IL, IN, IN
They lived next to Ora Beck, Frances Ethel (Ethel)'s future husband, who was widowed.

Joe Luther Crabtree, born 1887, was a foster child of Arthur's who took the name of Crabtree. His last known residence was in Cleveland, OH.[Crabtree.FTW]

Obituary for Mary Jane (HARMON) CRABTREE June, 1934
.....Last rites for Mrs. Mary Jane Crabtree, who died at her home, 827 N. Pine St., Thursday morning, will be held Sunday Afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the Christian church, with the Rev. L.B. Morrison, pastor of the Church of God, officiating.
.....Mary Jane Harmon was born April 10, 1856, Posyville, Ind. March 4, 1873 in Carmi, Ill., she married Arthur L. Crabtree. The couple moved to this locality at the opening of the Cherokee strip in 1893. Crabtree preceded her in death 11 years ago. A brother, James Harmon, died three weeks ago.
.....Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. R. E. Kinney, 827 North Pine St., three sons, W. A. Crabtree, Winfield, Kan.; L. E. Crabtree, Kildare (OK); and G. W. Crabtree, Cleveland, Ohio; a foster son, Joe L. Crabtree, Ponca City; a brother Will Harmon, Carmi, Ill.; a sister Mrs. Sarah Bixby, Stockton, Calif.; and four half sisters, Mrs. Lucy Waggoner, Burden, Kan.; Mrs. Laura Hooker, Br. Col., Canada; Mrs. Ethel Beck, Marland (OK); and Mrs. Alice Porter, Elgin, Ill.
.....Burial, which is in charge of the Gill Funeral Home, will be in the Ponca City IOOF cemetery.

Children of ARTHUR CRABTREE and MARY HARMON are:
.....i......WILLARD ALEXANDER CRABTREE, b. December 29, 1873, Carmi, White, Illinois, USA; d. April 29, 1956, Udall, Cowley, Kansas, USA.
.....ii......LUTHER ECKLE CRABTREE, b. January 05, 1876, Carmi, White, Illinois, USA; d. October 05, 1950, Newkird, Kay, Oklahoma, USA.
.....iii......GEORGE WASHINGTON CRABTREE, b. June 22, 1878, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, USA; d. January 24, 1972, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA; m. BERTHA BROWN, October 14, 1906; b. March 20, 1888.
.....iv......MARY FRANCES CRABTREE, b. October 20, 1881, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, USA; d. July 04, 1935.
.....v......LULA MAY CRABTREE, b. July 18, 1886, Tisdale, Cowley, Kansas, USA; d. June 03, 1887, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, USA.


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