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Goode and allied families, ca. 1787-1978

LaVaughn E. Goode
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1978
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript, ms., and newspaper clippings collection ([46] leaves) loaned for filming by LaVaughn E. Goode, Indianola, Iowa.

Chiefly family group sheets. Includes obituaries, etc.

Rev. Joseph A. Goode (1798-1825) was born near Lynchburg, Virginia, perhaps the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Goode. He married Mary Agnes Johnson (1805-1878) in 1825 in Virginia. They had seven children, 1826?-1836, born in Prince Edward County, Virginia. The family migrated to Ohio in 1836 and to Warren County, Iowa, in 1854. He died in Warren County. Descendants listed lived in Iowa, Oklahoma, and elsewhere.

Includes the Kimzey, Yoder, and other related families.

Also includes family group sheets for the connected families of John Stonebraker (ca. 1787-1867) of Ohio; Edward Burnett (ca. 1790-1878) of Pennsylvania and Ohio; and his son, Robert Baird Burnett (1820- 1896) of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Iowa.

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