American Ancestors (New England Historic and Genealogical Society) is offering a subscription to the Mayflower Descendant a magazine about Pilgrim History -https://www.americanancestors.org/browse/publications/mayflower-descendant
As of 1/17/2017 I have created Find A Grave Memorial's for Solomon Goss and his wife Olive Scott Goss. They are in the creation and building phase but eventually I will add more information to them. If you have created a memorial for one of their children: Elizabeth Lake, Noah Goss, Mary Goss, Solomon Goss Jr., Daniel, Levi and Lydia please link them to their parents.
The header photo is once again one of my favorites. It is the sternwheeler in Marietta at the dock on the Ohio River. I am reposting it in celebration of a return to posting about Solomon Goss and his life in Washington Co., Ohio and how he got to Ohio from Pennsylvania.
Some of the PAGES at the top of this blog under the picture have been rearranged as of December 6, 2016.
It is a drop down and hover with mouse menu. Many of the posts are Table of Contents of posts published on this blog for various Families and studies. Some are also past researchers that I have featured on this blog. This should help to make it easier to find information about specific surnames. So hover your mouse over the titles at the top of this blog and pause on a title and then make a choice.
I have bought my copy and an extra one of WITCHCRAFT, INSANITY & MURDER: The Thomas Goss Story. It is a fun read. This is a true story of a spectacular late 18th century murder and the subsequent legal processes, based on the original legal documents and the newspapers of the day. Found at Clipper Publications: (www.clippership-publications.com. This was a tip from a friendly person to my gmail.
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Sarah Hannah Spracklin was born 1841 in Ohio to George and Arloa Spracklin. She married on 17 September, 1858 in Hardin County to a James Frederick Johnson. He was the son of David Johnson and Malinda Spring. James was born 23 January, … Continue reading
The selling of Samuel Lawrence’s land was complicated because he had taken out notes from two individuals in 1879 and 1881. It required Cross Orders and testimonies from the individuals before the land could be sold. The various documents in … Continue reading
Unfortunately, I do not have any information on Mary and Sarah, other children of Peter and Betty Spracklin. If you know anything about what happened to them, please comment. Therefore, I will move onto Elizabeth Spracklin who was born 3 July, … Continue reading