Category Archives: Wyoming Massacre

David Goss and Ann Slater’s children: David Goss, only son, and his interesting life.

We know that there was at least one child born to David Goss and Ann Slater. Some researchers believe that he was born 11 May 1779 in Bethlehem, Litchfield Co., Connecticut. Nine months earlier would put the death of David, … Continue reading

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One Country’s hero is another Country’s Villain….

My father’s paternal side is of the Mac/McDonald surname and they came from Scotland to Canada and settled there. His father and family migrated to Minnesota about 1901 and settled in Bemidji, then International Falls.  My father Keith was born … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Monument for the Battle of Wyoming – 2008

I had an opportunity to travel to Pennsylvania in 2008 and visit Wilkes-Barre, Plymouth, Kingston, Forty-Fort, Huntington.  One of my goals was to visit the Wyoming Monument.  I wrote about this visit in my blog: Pennsylvania Wanderings. Below is a … Continue reading

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