Category Archives: Connecticut

Philip Goss IV and family settle in Plymouth Twp., one of the first settled areas of the Wyoming Valley…

The Susquehannah Company set up several townships in 1769 for the 200 settlers in the Wyoming Valley.  These townships were Plymouth, Hanover, Wilkes-Barre, Kingston and Pittston. Philip Goss IV and his sons Nathaniel and Comfort appear in the list for … 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 and Mary Goss are original covenanters of the North West Society originally in Simsbury…

My visit at the Salmon Brook Historical Society in 2011 was interesting.  I had made an appointment with Mrs. Laun, the director and she was preoccupied with a group of volunteers who had come to help out at the society. … Continue reading

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