Category Archives: Monroe County

Rice Cemetery, Monroe Co., Michigan

My day trip visiting cemeteries in Michigan in August 2007 included a quick trip up to Monroe County and the Rice Cemetery. My goal was to pay my respects to Flora Montanye Osborn who had done work on the Goss … Continue reading

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Levi Goss and Sophia (Rummerfield) Goss’ Family

Levi Goss, son of Solomon and Olive (Scott) Goss, married Sophia Rummerfield sometime around 1820.  She was born about 1800 in New York State. His War of 1812 service placed him in Niagara County, New York and it is possible … Continue reading

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