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The Goddard, Spiller, Goodall connection

compiled by Mary Jo Moore
Books/Monographs
English
[Marion, Illinois] : M.J. Moore, 1997
153 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., ports.

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Family of John Douglas Goddard (1856-1929), the son of Wesley Lewis Goddard and Catherine Rhapsomy Binkley. He was born in Williamson Co., Illinois and died in Marion, Ill. He was married to Emma S. Spiller (1861-1907) in 1879. She was the daughter of William Jackson Spiller and Susan Elizabeth Goodall (1836-1919) both of Illinois. The early Goddard ancestor, John Goddard (b. 1740), was born in England. Early members of these families lived in Virginia, Illinois and Tennessee. Includes autobiography of Glen Joseph Goddard (b. 1910), the son of Glen and Euna Caplinger Goddard.

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