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Goss family history

Author: Paul H Goss
Publisher: [S.l.] : P. Goss, 1940.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Phillip Goss was born 18 November 1724 in Brookfield, Massachusetts. He married Mary Kendall (1721-1821), daughter of John Kendall and Deborah, in 1744 near Lancaster, Massachusetts. They had seven children. They moved to Simsbury (now Granby) Connecticut and lived there from 1749 to 1764. In 1765, they moved to Berkshire Co., Massachusetts and in 1769 they moved to Huntington Mills, Pennsylvania. Philip fought in  Read more...
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Named Person: Goss.; Joslin.; Kendall.; Cooley.; Kissel.; Pol.; Goodyear.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul H Goss
OCLC Number: 866635174
Notes: Title from cover.
Filmed copy has a title page title : Ebenezer Goss, the stone of help : ancestral history of the family of Philip Goss (4th) of Brookfield, Mass. and Ebenezer Goss of Brookfield, Mass., Huntington Mills, Pa., Plymouth, Conn. and Randolph, Portage Co., Ohio, Revolutionary War soldier.
Includes Joslin, Cooley, Kissel, Pol, Goodyear and related families.
Description: 153 leaves.
Other Titles: Ebenezer Goss, the stone of help : ancestral history of the family of Philip Goss (4th) of Brookfield, Mass. and Ebenezer Goss of Brookfield, Mass., Huntington Mills, Pa., Plymouth, Conn. and Randolph, Portage Co., Ohio, Revolutionary War soldier
Responsibility: by Paul H. Goss.

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Phillip Goss was born 18 November 1724 in Brookfield, Massachusetts. He married Mary Kendall (1721-1821), daughter of John Kendall and Deborah, in 1744 near Lancaster, Massachusetts. They had seven children. They moved to Simsbury (now Granby) Connecticut and lived there from 1749 to 1764. In 1765, they moved to Berkshire Co., Massachusetts and in 1769 they moved to Huntington Mills, Pennsylvania. Philip fought in the French and Indian Wars. Descendants lived primarily in Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.

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