Category Archives: Almond & Alfred Allegheny Co.

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

Enos Seward/Seaward and Sarah Goss – A Review

I started about October 21, 2018 writing about the children of Enos Seward and Sarah Goss. I had written about Enos and Sarah Goss, their lives in Granville, MA and then their migration and move to Pennsylvania. I have come … Continue reading

Posted in Almond & Alfred Allegheny Co., Amos Seward and Abigail Williams, David Seward, Ebenezer Seward and Eleanor Baker, Eli Seward and Eleanor Earl, Enoch Seward, Enos Seward Jr. and Lydia Stevens, Fairmount Twp., Gad Seward and Elizabeth Thompson and Mary Sloane, Granville, Harveyville, Huntington Twp., Levi Seward and Thankful Wilkinson Family, Luzerne County, Mary Seward and George Goodwin and Daniel Ashcraft, Sarah Goss and Enos Seward Family, Sarah Seward and Lemuel Lawrence, Seward/Seaward Family, Titus Seward and Clarissa Forbes, Wilkes-Barre, Wyoming Valley | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Enos Seward and Sarah Goss, their children: Sarah (Seward) Lawrence

This Sarah was born 25 May 1780 in Granville, Massachusetts, a daughter of Enos and Sarah (Goss) Seward. Source: Granville, Town and Vital Records 1620-1988 page 76.  Sarah Seward is believed to have married a Lemuel Lawrence and moved to … Continue reading

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