Category Archives: Mary Goss and Lemuel Gibbons

“My Honoured Father” The Legacy of Philip Goss IV, Connecticut lands in Pennsylvania

Ask yourself, why did Philip Goss IV and Mary migrate to the Wyoming Valley? Well I speculate that all their sons were growing up and becoming young men and Philip needed to find land for them. Becket in the Berkshires … Continue reading

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Philip Goss and Mary move to Granville, MA and the family grows by three (3) more children

Philip Goss IV was living in North Granby (Simsbury at the time) and started to sell off his land in 1753 and 1754. There were two correction deeds dated in October 1758.  He was listed in those deeds as living … Continue reading

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Philip Goss and Mary (Kendall) Goss’s Children, An Overview:

Solomon Goss’s father, Philip Goss IV, was a very restless man and after leaving Lancaster/Brookfield he migrated to several places and one of them was Granville. Because there are many individuals with the name “Philip” in our line, I will … Continue reading

Posted in Becket, Brookfield, CEMETERIES - PENNSYLVANIA, Comfort Goss, David Goss and Anna Slater, Ebenezer Goss, Experience Goss and maybe Levi Baldwin, Granville, Huntington Twp., Lancaster, Luzerne County, Mary Goss and Lemuel Gibbons, Nathaniel Goss, Philip Goss (Jr. or V) and Hannah Darby, Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Sarah Goss and Enos Seward, Scott/Waterton Cemetery, Simsbury, Wyoming Valley | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment