Category Archives: Connecticut

Philip Goss IV and Mary (Kendall) Goss’s Children: Sarah Goss and Enos Seaward

Birth: Sarah Goss was the daughter of Philip Goss IV and Mary (Kendall) Goss. She was  born 4 July 1745 in Brookfield, Massachusetts; however, her father had her birth recorded in Simsbury, Connecticut for some reason. Her parents did not … Continue reading

Posted in AMERICAN REVOLUTION & Other Conflicts, Brookfield, Granville, Guilford and Durham CT, Huntington Twp., Keziah Goss Haskell and John Rose, Luzerne County, Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Sarah Goss and Enos Seward, Seward/Seaward Family, Simsbury, Thomas Goss 1734 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Philip Goss IV 1724 to 1779 and wife Mary (Kendall) Goss 1721 to 1821: Overview of their Children

My published posts since the death of Philip Goss IV in 1779 have been to give an overview of the area of the Wyoming Valley in Pennsylvania.  The impact of these events on the Connecticut settlers: The Trenton Decree in … Continue reading

Posted in Becket, Brookfield, Comfort Goss, Connecticut, David Goss and Anna Slater, Ebenezer Goss, Experience Goss and maybe Levi Baldwin, Flora Montanye Osborn 1869 to 1951, Granville, Huntington Twp., Levi Goss and Sophia Rummerfield, Luzerne County, Mary Goss and Lemuel Gibbons, Nathaniel Goss, Paul and Gail Bloom Goss, Paul H. Goss 1890 to 1963, Philip Goss (Jr. or V) and Hannah Darby, Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Sarah Goss and Enos Seward, Simsbury, Solomon Goss and Olive (Scott) Goss (Son of Philip & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Washington County, Wyoming Valley | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Another Yankee-Pennamite War 1783 to 1784

If you think that things settled down in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania after the Revolutionary War was over, well, think again. There was another Yankee-Pennamite war that erupted over the land in the area. Please understand that the Pennamites … Continue reading

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