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The Goble family newsletter

Goble family research update
Serial /Serial with Film
Davidsonville, Maryland : Goble Family Association, c1994-
v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
Vol. 1 issue 1 (May 1994) -


Three per year (1994). Monthly (1995), beginning with March issue. Quarterly (1996-1999). Semiannual (2000). Three per year (2001). Annual v. 9 (2002). Three per year (2003). Quarterly (2004-2006). Three per year (2007). Semiannual 2008 -

Editor: Evelyn Goble Steen and Vicki Goble Schultz; Sally Goble Meyers; Barbara Goble Volker.

Title varies: Goble family research update (vol. 1); The Goble family newsletter (vol. 2- thereafter).

Includes corrections, additions and supplements to: The Goble family in America.

Published: Davidsonville, Maryland; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania; East Berlin, Pennsylvania.

The Goble Family Association was organized in 1996 by Evelyn Goble Steen. The Association has on-line: some back issues (most current for members only), subscriptions, birth, cemetery, marriage, and death indexes and other information on their Web site.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Goble (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Canada, Cuba, England, France (especially Alsace), Galicia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, and Yugoslavia. Some related families also came from Flanders. Some focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Thomas Goble (ca. 1590-1657) who left Sussex, England, and settled in Charlestown, Massachusetts ca. 1633. In the 1600-1700s, descendants of Thomas, and other Goble progenitors settled in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Illinois, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. During the 1800s, some immigrated to Ontario (Canada), Japan, Antigua (West Indies), and to California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, and Tennessee. Later descendants and relatives also lived in China, Guam, British Columbia and Nova Scotia (Canada), and in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia, Washingon, and elsewhere.

The Web site has indexes to Gobles (and variant spellings) in birth, cemetery, Ellis Island, marriage, and death records of the United States and Canada.

Includes some bibliographic references.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (16 Nov. 2005)

Includes Gabel, Gabell, Gable, Goband, Gobble, Gobe, Gobel, Gobeil, Gobeille, Gobell, Gobet(t), Godbeald, Goble, Godbold, Godbolt, Godbould, Godebold, Goebel, Goebl, Goeble, Gove, Gueble, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Brewer (Bruviere, Briwere), Brookfield, Brookman, Cody, Conger, Cook, Cory (Corey), Dana, Doud, Douglas, Dudley, Fairchild, Fleenor, Gard, Houghton, Johnston, La Follette, McAdow, Mousall, O'Keefe, Peck, Roper, Roy, Scott, Shepard, Town, Waldron, Wick, Wiggin, Wisner, and other related families.

Also includes information about places named Goble, Gobleville, Goblesville, and Gobles in the United States and Canada.

Library lacks: Vol. 3 issues 2-4 (1996).

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