Category Archives: Brookfield

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 William Davidson Lemuel Gibbons Valentine Santee, Nathaniel Goss and his wife Hannah Scott, 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 Family, Simsbury, Solomon Goss and Olive (Scott) Goss (Son of Philip & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Washington County, Wyoming Valley | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Philip Goss IV and Mary (Kendall) Goss – the birth of four of their children

By January of 1749 Philip Goss IV was in Simsbury, Connecticut according to the deed dated January 1748/49 to Robert Gray and the recording date, featured in a past post. For some reason, Philip decided to record the births of … Continue reading

Posted in Brookfield, Connecticut, Experience Goss and maybe Levi Baldwin, Nathaniel Goss and his wife Hannah Scott, Philip Goss (Jr. or V) and Hannah Darby, Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss, Sarah Goss and Enos Seward Family, Simsbury, Windsor | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Philip Goss IV finishes up business in Worcester Co. in 1748/9

Philip Goss IV appears as residing in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut in the following deed. He had been selling off the land of his father and grandfather in past deeds and apparently there was even more business back in Worcester … Continue reading

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