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William Moore Goodnight of Johnson County, Missouri, 1875-1951

compiled by Vera Goodnight Jones, Mabel Goodnight Stevenson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : V.G. Jones & M.G. Stevenson, c1983
iii, 322 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index (listing Gudknecht and Gutknecht as variant spellings).

Includes Ballinger, Dawson, Kesterson, Logan, Wade and related families.

John (Hans) Michael Goodnight (ca.1708-1781) and his family immigrated in 1752 from Germany to Pennsylvania, and moved during or before 1755 to Augusta County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Vir- ginia, Tennessee, Missouri and elsewhere. Includes biographical sketch of direct descendant, William Moore Goodnight (1875-1951) and of his wife, Alice (Butterfield) Goodnight (1871-1936); they farmed land near Warrensburg, Missouri and later moved to town to run a movie house.

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