Category Archives: Sarah Goss and Enos Seward Family

Nathaniel Goss Sr. enters into the 1800’s and lives to see a resolution to the land issues

With the Compromise Act being past in April of 1799, and the turn of the century the 1800’s brought new hope for the Connecticut Settlers. They would finally see a resolution to the land issues in the Wyoming Valley. Nathaniel … Continue reading

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Nathaniel Goss signs over a Proprietor right to Enos Seward – June 1795

Back on September 30, 2018, I published a post titled: Enos and Sarah (Goss) Seaward’s Land in Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania.  Nathaniel Goss was very involved in seeing that his sister Sarah was settled in the Huntington Valley. Nathaniel Goss was … Continue reading

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Philip Goss & Hannah Darby: A daughter Jerusha Goss Ferry?

There is a possibility that Philip & Hannah Goss had a daughter named Jerusha and she married a Silas Ferry and migrated to New York. Jerusha Goss:  There is a Jerusha Goss born 5 August, 1772 in Hebron, Tolland, Connecticut … Continue reading

Posted in Almond & Alfred Allegheny Co., Barkhamsted, Butler County, Connecticut, Enos Seward Jr. and Lydia Stevens, Fairview Cemetery, Ferry surname, Jerusha Goss and Silas Ferry, Karr surname, Litchfield County, New York, Philip Goss (Jr. or V) and Hannah Darby, Sarah Goss and Enos Seward Family, Woodlawn Cemetery | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment