Robert Hamill Goheen

M, b. 5 October 1874, d. 14 September 1934
FatherJohn Bailey Goheen b. 20 Sep 1845, d. 13 Jan 1933
MotherMary Ann Bailey b. 19 Sep 1843, d. 26 May 1906
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Robert Hamill Goheen was born on 5 October 1874; John B. Goheen household, ED 15, SD 10 sheet 1, dwelling 14, family 14, line 63, sheet 1, FHL microfilm 1241391.1,2 He was Became a member of Upper Spruce Creek Church by Profession.
     Robert Hamill appeared on the census of 4 June 1900 at Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
John B. Goheen born Sept 1845 married 30 years, farmer, Mary wife born Spet 1843, married 30 years, 7 children 5 living, George B. May 1872 doctor, Robert H Oct 1874, farm laborer, Lettis G. April 1877, Anna M. Oct 1879, Nora L. Aug 1882. Living with parents.2
He married Martha Caldwell Seibert, daughter of John Seibert and Mary Boal, on 22 March 1905 at Lemont, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
R. Hamill Goheen age 30, Pennsylvania Furnace, Well driller
Martha C. Seibert age 25, Bellefonte
Parents J. B. and Mary Goheen
John and Mary Seibert
Married by W. K. Harnish.3
Robert Hamill Goheen was Born Oct 5 1874
farmer
Martha Calwell Goheen closest contact
Medium height and stout build with grey eyes and brown hair. He is a farmer. on 12 September 1918 at Pennsylvania Furnace, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.1 He left a will on 28 May 1932 at Ferguson Twp, Centre County, Pennsylvania; First: It is my will and I so direct that after all taxes, debts and expenses due or which may be incurred in the probating of this my last will and testament, that the remainder of my estate, consisting of securities, personal property and real whatsoever and wheresoever found hall be maintained intact, and the income derived from the estate hall be paid in monthly installments in the sum not exceeding thirty dollars ($30.00) to my dear wife, Martha Goheen so long as she hall remain my widow, however in the event that she remarry this provision as to the monthly installments is to become null and void and of no effect.
Second: It is my will and I so direct that after the monthly installments shall have been paid to my dear wife in accordance with the above recited provision, that any sums remaining from the income of the estate is to be divided share and share alike and paid, quarterly, by executors to my son George B. Goheen and my daughter, Margaret Goheen.
Third: It is my will and I so desire that in the event of the re-marriage of my widow, Martha Goheen, that the estate shall be appraised and divided into three equal parts and one part given to my widow, Martha Goheen as soon as convenient to make that settlement and the other two parts to remain intact from which my son, George B. Goheen and my daughter Margaret Goheen are to receive the income, quarterly, share and share alike until the year nineteen hundred and sixty (1960) when the estate is to be closed and an equal distribution made to them. In the event of the death of either or both of my son or daughter, amount which is to be paid to either shall be paid to the survivor or legal heir or heirs of the deceased son or daughter.
Fourth: It is my will and I so direct that upon the death of my widow at any time or, in case I survive her and at my death am survived by n two children, my estate is to remain intact until the year nineteen hundred and sixty (1960) when an equal distribution is to be made, share and share alike between my children or the heirs of any deceased child, however such child or children of deceased child to receive only the amount due the deceased parent.
Fifth: It is my will and I so direct that my executor hereinafter named shall be fully authorized and empowered to change the character of my estate wither real or personal if in their judgement it is of advantage to the estate and to make investments as are suitable and wise for the investment of such funds and to effect such changes or reinvestments they are hereby authorized and empowered to sell at private or public sale, any or all real estate, and execute and deliver such conveyance or conveyances as would by necessary to deliver good and sufficient title thereto. My large are, although in my name belongs to my sisters and I direct that they be furnished a title for it without cost to them.
Sixth: It is my desire and I so direct that my widow Martha Goheen receive outright all furniture and household belongings. Also my small automobile but the large car, the title of which is in my name, I direct to go to my surviving sisters as it is their property.
And I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint, The First National Bank of State College, State college, Pennsylvania, and daughter, Margaret Goheen Penna Furnace, Pa, Executors of this my last Will and Testament
In witness whereof, I R. Hamill Goheen the testator, have to this my will written on on sheet of paper, set my hand and seal this twenty eighth day of May A.D. One Thousand Nine Hundred and thirty-two.
Witness:
Nora Goheen R. Hamill Goheen
Anna Mary Goheen.4 He died on 14 September 1934 at Centre County, Pennsylvania, at age 59; Probate stated that Martha Goheen was has widow. Son George B. Goheen and Daughter Margaret Goheen.
Settlement of estate in 1960 as directed in will:
#3 That the decedent at the time of his death was seized and possessed of a farm situate in Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pa., containing approximately 102 acres, and mountain land situated partly in Ferguson Township, Centre County Pa., and partly in Franklin Township, Huntingdon County, Pa., containing approximately 40 acres, more or less.
#5 That Margaret Goheen, your petitioner, desires to bid at said dale and if she is the highest bidder, desires to purchase the premises of the said decedent situate in Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pa., ad Franklin Township, Huntingdon County, Pa.5

Family

Martha Caldwell Seibert b. 23 Sep 1879, d. 12 Dec 1955
Children

Citations

  1. Robert Hamill Goheen selective service registration, Centre County, Pennsylvania. order number 1478, FHL microfilm 1877833.,.
  2. 1900 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Ferguson twp, ED 15, SD 10 sheet 1, family 14, line 63, sheet 1, John B. Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 1391.
  3. R Hamill and Margaret S. Goheen marriage license, Book 13, page 397, number 6597, Centre County Library.
  4. R Hamill Goheen probate packet # 12663,, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Bellefonte, PA.
  5. Probate Record in centre county Library, Packet v# 12663, Probate file Centre County, Pennsylvania number , Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  6. 1910 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, ED 16, SD 17, sheet 1, dwelling 21, family 21, Namil R. Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 1325.
  7. Margaret S. Goheen Obituary, clipping from Centre Daily Times, State College Pennsylvania, approzimate date 9 October 1993. History of Upper Spruce Creek, Presbyterian Congregation, 17981998, (self-published, 1998), page 129.

Martha Caldwell Seibert1

F, b. 23 September 1879, d. 12 December 1955
FatherJohn Seibert2
MotherMary Boal
     Martha Caldwell Seibert was born on 23 September 1879 at Patton Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania.2,3 She married Robert Hamill Goheen, son of John Bailey Goheen and Mary Ann Bailey, on 22 March 1905 at Lemont, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
R. Hamill Goheen age 30, Pennsylvania Furnace, Well driller
Martha C. Seibert age 25, Bellefonte
Parents J. B. and Mary Goheen
John and Mary Seibert
Married by W. K. Harnish.4
Martha Caldwell Seibert was Became member of Spruce Creek Church, Graysville, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania by Certificate.5
     Martha Caldwell appeared on the census of 1910 at Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
The 1910 census gives Martha S. as 30 years old and has had 2 children of which 2 children are stil living.3
She died on 12 December 1955 at Pennsylvania Furnace, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, at age 76.2

Family

Robert Hamill Goheen b. 5 Oct 1874, d. 14 Sep 1934
Children

Citations

  1. Application of Daughter Margaret S. Goheen, Social Security application.
  2. History of Upper Spruce Creek Presbyterian Congregation- 1798-1998. Selfpublished,1998, page 110.
  3. 1910 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, |Ferguson township, ED 16, SD 17 sheet 1, dwelling 21, family 21, Hamil R. Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 1325.
  4. R Hamill and Margaret S. Goheen marriage license, Book 13, page 397, number 6597, Centre County Library.
  5. Upper Spruce Creek Church, Graysville, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. Original record photocopy, May 2000.
  6. 1910 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, population schedule, Ferguson township, ED 16, SD 17 sheet 1, dwelling 21, family 21, Hamil R. Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 1325, FHL #1375.
  7. Margaret S. Goheen Obituary, clipping from Centre Daily Times, State College Pennsylvania, approzimate date 9 October 1993. History of Upper Spruce Creek, Presbyterian Congregation, 17981998, (self-published, 1998), page 129.

Myrtle B. Ashton

F, b. 5 March 1880, d. 13 March 1954
FatherAndrew Ashton1
MotherEmma (?)1
     Myrtle B. Ashton was born on 5 March 1880 at Houtzdale, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.1 She married George Bailey Goheen, son of John Bailey Goheen and Mary Ann Bailey, in 1906.2
Myrtle B. Ashton was Member of Coalport Presbyterian Church.1 She was Member and past matron of Coalport chapter of Order Eastern Star. at Coalport, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.1 She lived in 1954.3 She died on 13 March 1954 at Philipsburg State Hospital, Philipsburg, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, at age 74; Had been in failing health for years.1 She was buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Glasgow, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

Family

George Bailey Goheen b. 24 May 1872, d. 29 Mar 1940
Child

Citations

  1. Obituary of Mrs Myrtle Goheen, at Blair County Historical Society, Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, newspaper clipping.
  2. Newspaper - Democratic watchman weekly newspaper, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania , Democratic Watchman 29 Mar 1940 - Obituary.
  3. Obituary of Mrs. Myrtle Goheen, at Blair County Historical Society, Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, newspaper clipping.
  4. Obituary of Dr. George B. Goheen, at Blair County Historical Society, Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, newspaper clipping.

Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen

M, b. 10 September 1841, d. 24 March 1929
FatherDavid Rittenhouse Goheen b. 2 Mar 1810, d. 2 Jan 1857
MotherElizabeth Harriet Hunter b. 15 Aug 1814, d. 10 Sep 1846
ChartsOriginal Goheen to Philadelphia
John Goheen to Centre County
     Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen was born on 10 September 1841 at Spruce Creek, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania; Death certificate information provided by son, Robert R. Goheen gives Waterson, Clarion County, Pennsylvania as the place of birth.1,2,3
     Joseph Rittenhouse appeared on the census of 13 November 1850 at Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania.4
He was Guardianship account of John Stalker, guardian of Joseph R. Goheen one of the minor children of David R, Goheen deceased. from August 1857 to April 1861 at Centre County, Pennsylvania.5 He was Joseph recieved the family bible upon the death of his father David Rittenhouse Goheen.6 He began military service on 19 August 1861 at Tionesta, Forest County, Pennsylvania, Enrolled 19 Aug 1861 at Tionesta, PA. Mustered 28 Aug 1861 as Private at Erie, PA. Age at time of enrollment was 20. Pension discription is that he is 5 ft 9 1/2 inches tall, sandy complection, grey eyes, red hair and was a farmer.7,8,9,10 He ended military service on 1 September 1864 at Washington, District of Columbia; Expiration of term of service.
Jospeh R. Goheen
Private company G 83 Regiment PA Inf.
Invalid application # 184357 certificate No. 128932
Widow application 1666441 certificate a5-27-30.10,11 He married Emma A Watterson on 25 December 1866
Joseph Goheen living at 631 and R. A. Goheen at 630 Pennsylvania Ave. Joseph is a zinc and lead miner, born Sep 1841 and has been married 33 years. He rents his home. Emma A his wife born Aug 1849 has had 6 children and 5 are alive. Charley, a son, born Apr 1872 age 28 was born in Kansas is a fireman on the railroad. Allie born Dec 1874 also born in Kansas is a daughter.12,3
Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen lived after 1870 at Fort Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas; Since leaving military service he has lived at Armagh, PA; Montgomery City, MO; Topeka, KS; Downs, KS;Joplin, MO; Burlington, CO; and the National Military Home.1,10 He was Death certificate information provided by son, Robert R. Goheen gives Waterson, Clarion County, Pennsylvania as the place of birth and occupation is retired R.R. engineer. in 1880.1 He military activity was Exam because of pain in right leg and unable to walk but a short distance. Pulse rate os 88, respiration 19, temp 98.5, hsight 5 feet 10 inches, weight 145 pounds and 49 years old. Muscle of right leg 1 inch smaller than the left. Wound was in the upper right thiegh in August 1890 at Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas.10 He married Jennie Melissa (Kingsolver) Baird on 23 August 1910 at Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas,
Copy of Marriage certificate, Mrs Jennie M Kingsolver of Boulder, Colorado and Joseph R. Goheen married at Olathe Kansas by Probate Judge, S. G Long.12,13
Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen died on 24 March 1929 at 111 N. 2nd St, Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas, at age 87; Death certificate information provided by son, Robert R. Goheen gives Waterson, Clarion County, Pennsylvania as the place of birth, on 10 Sept, 1840.
Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen, a former resident of Centre county, died at his home in Peoria, Kan., on March 26th, of general infirmities. He was a son of David and Elizabeth Goheen and was born at Alexandria, Huntingdon county, on September 10th, 1841, hence was in his 88th year. When he was a boy his parents moved to Pine Grove Mills where he grew to manhood.
When but twenty years old he enlisted for service in the Civil war, and made an excellent soldier. After the war he went west and located at Fort Scott, Kan. He is survived by his second wife four sons, one daughter and a brother, all in the west. Burial was made on March 29th.1,2 He was buried on 25 March 1929 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri; Death certificate information provided by son, Robert R. Goheen gives Waterson, Clarion County, Pennsylvania as the place of birth, and burial in Joplin, Missouri. Bush-Lowe Mortuary in Leavenworth, Kansas.
Dept of Veterans Affairs states they have no record of Joseph's burial.1 He and Robert Roy Goheen lived on 26 March 1929 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri; Death certificate information provided by son, Robert R. Goheen gives Waterson, Clarion County, Pennsylvania as the place of birth.1

Family 1

Emma A Watterson b. 15 Aug 1849, d. 10 Jan 1904
Children

Family 2

Jennie Melissa (Kingsolver) Baird b. 9 Mar 1864, d. 11 Sep 1940

Citations

  1. Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen obituary, Centre Democrate, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, 18 April 1929.
  2. Joseph R. Goheen death cerificate, Kansas, 900 SW Jackson, Topeka, Kansas, number A00834844, issued 17 August 2000., Death certificate .
  3. 1900 U.S. census, Missouri, Jasper County, population schedule, Joplin, dwelling 155, family 164, SD 13, ED 35, sheet 8, line 18, Joseph Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 866.
  4. 1850 US census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Ferguson twp, household 1641, line 4, page 519, David Goheen, NARA microfilm M432, roll 763.
  5. Guardianship records of Joseph R. Goheen, Packet # 1489, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Probate file Centre County, Pennsylvania number , Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  6. Orphans Court of Centre County, PA: Estate papers of David R. Rittenhouse # 1476, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  7. History of the Eighty-third regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, by A.M. Judson, B. F. H. Lynn, pub. Erie, PA, (1865), FHL microfilm 1550243.
  8. History of Penns Vol 1861-5 pub by on 1870; information from amazon.com.
  9. The United States Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Card G-83 I,.
  10. NARA certificate # 128932 of Joseph R. Goheen, bureau of pensions.,.
  11. Www.footnote.com/image/14595312, Prnted 5 Aug 2008.
  12. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  13. NARA Pension file for Joseph R. Goheen file XC 2631170 for widow pension for Jennie M. Goheen. Certificate # 128932 of Joseph R. Goheen.
  14. Pension Application, XC2631170; Certificate number 128932;.Unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Elizabeth Hunter Goheen

F, b. 29 October 1844, d. 10 May 1884
FatherDavid Rittenhouse Goheen b. 2 Mar 1810, d. 2 Jan 1857
MotherElizabeth Harriet Hunter b. 15 Aug 1814, d. 10 Sep 1846
ChartsOriginal Goheen to Philadelphia
John Goheen to Centre County
     Elizabeth Hunter Goheen was born on 29 October 1844.1,2 She was Petition for Guardianship, Petition of Elizabeth Goheen, John Goheen and James G. Goheen minor children of David Goheen late of Ferguson twp, under the age of 14 years petitions for guardianship over person and estate. By Robert Goheen Uncle and next friend. on 25 August 1857 at Centre County, Pennsylvania.3
     Elizabeth Hunter appeared on the census of 9 July 1860 at Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
According to the 1860 census Elizabeth age 16 is living with John Baily and his wife Nancy. Nancy is Nancy Milliken Goheen the daughter of Joseph and Mary Jane (Gardner) Bailey. Nancy's father died a few years previous to this census. Margaret could have been visiting or living with her Aunt.4
She married Hiram Thompson on 11 March 1869 at Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.5,2
Elizabeth Hunter Goheen died on 10 May 1884 at State College, Centre County, Pennsylvania, at age 39.6,2 She was buried at Spring Creek Cemetery, State College, Centre County, Pennsylvania; Elizabeth Goheen Thompson, then Elizabeth Hunter Thompson, and William C. Thompson and Hiram Thompson.7

Family

Hiram Thompson b. Dec 1842, d. 1914
Children

Citations

  1. Amy Cresswell Dunne Lineage Book National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 126 (Washington D.C.: DAR, 1932), Member Number 125475.
  2. Communication frome-mail from John A Zook, Rising Sun, Maryland. e-mail address. 10 July 2000. Margaret was his grandmother. to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  3. Petition #1489 Centre County Library and Historical Museum., Probate file Centre County, Pennsylvania number , Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  4. 1860 US census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Ferguson twp, dwelling 1231, page 436, John Bailey, M653 1090.
  5. Amy Cresswell Dunne Lineage Book National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 126 (Washington D.C.: DAR, 1932), Mary Thompson Dale member # to DAR 125475.
  6. Amy Cresswell Dunne Lineage Book National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 126 (Washington D.C.: DAR, 1932), Member Number DAR 125475.
  7. The Cemeteries of College township, Centre county, Pennsylvania. Centre county Genealogical Society, page 71.
  8. Photographed by Elizabeth Albright, "1869–1949."
  9. 1890 Census, Centre County's 1890 Census unknown repository, Elementh Census of the population of the United States 1890 Centre county, Pennsylvania. Friends of the centre county Library and Hostorical Museum, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, (1998) page 79.
  10. Communication fromLetter from John A Zook, 3 Kirt's Court, P.O. Box 126, Rising Sun, MD 21911-0126; to Elizabeth L. Albright 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, on 17 July 2000 to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  11. 1900 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, ED 11, SD 10 sheet 1, dwelling 12, family 12, line 51, page , FHL microfilm 1241391, Hiram Thompson; NARA microfilm publication T623, roll.

Hiram Thompson

M, b. December 1842, d. 1914
     Hiram Thompson was born in December 1842 at Pennsylvania; Hiram Thompson farmer Dec 1842, widow, married 20 years, Elizabeth H. daughter Dec 1869 Nurse, Sophia H. daughter Sept 1878, school teacher, Margaret G daughter May 1879 at home, Mary J. daughter May 1881 at school, Harry Kreamer June 1885 farm laborer.1 He married Elizabeth Hunter Goheen, daughter of David Rittenhouse Goheen and Elizabeth Harriet Hunter, on 11 March 1869 at Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.2,3

     Hiram appeared on the census of 2 June 1900 at College Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
Hiram Thompson farmer Dec 1842, widow, married 20 years, Elizabeth H. daughter Dec 1869 Nurse, Sophia H. daughter Sept 1878, school teacher, Margaret G daughter May 1879 at home, Mary J. daughter May 1881 at school, Harry Kreamer June 1885 farm laborer.1
He died in 1914. He was buried at Spring Creek Cemetery, State College, Centre County, Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Volunteers 135 Reg Co I, buried next to Elizabeth Goheen Thompson, then Elizabeth Hunter Thompson, and William C. Thompson.4

Family

Elizabeth Hunter Goheen b. 29 Oct 1844, d. 10 May 1884
Children

Citations

  1. 1900 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, ED 11, SD 10 sheet 1, dwelling 12, family 12, line 51, page, Hiram Thompson, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 1391.
  2. Amy Cresswell Dunne Lineage Book National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 126 (Washington D.C.: DAR, 1932), Mary Thompson Dale member # to DAR 125475.
  3. Communication frome-mail from John A Zook, Rising Sun, Maryland. e-mail address. 10 July 2000. Margaret was his grandmother. to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  4. The Cemeteries of College township, Centre county, Pennsylvania. Centre county Genealogical Society, page 71.
  5. Photographed by Elizabeth Albright, "1869–1949."
  6. 1890 Census, Centre County's 1890 Census unknown repository, Elementh Census of the population of the United States 1890 Centre county, Pennsylvania. Friends of the centre county Library and Hostorical Museum, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, (1998) page 79.
  7. Communication fromLetter from John A Zook, 3 Kirt's Court, P.O. Box 126, Rising Sun, MD 21911-0126; to Elizabeth L. Albright 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, on 17 July 2000 to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  8. 1900 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, ED 11, SD 10 sheet 1, dwelling 12, family 12, line 51, page , FHL microfilm 1241391, Hiram Thompson; NARA microfilm publication T623, roll.

Joanna Mary Thompson

F, b. 15 May 1881, d. 30 July 1940
FatherHiram Thompson b. Dec 1842, d. 1914
MotherElizabeth Hunter Goheen b. 29 Oct 1844, d. 10 May 1884
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Joanna Mary Thompson was born on 15 May 1881 at Pennsylvania; Letter from John Zook with genealogy, many wrong dates, names etc, but this is his own line and should be better, I Hope.
Hiram Thompson farmer Dec 1842, widow, married 20 years, Elizabeth H. daughter Dec 1869 Nurse, Sophia H. daughter Sept 1878, school teacher, Margaret G daughter May 1879 at home, Mary J. daughter May 1881 at school, Harry Kreamer June 1885 farm laborer.1,2 She was Hiram Thompson farmer Dec 1842, widow, married 20 years, Elizabeth H. daughter Dec 1869 Nurse, Sophia H. daughter Sept 1878, school teacher, Margaret G daughter May 1879 at home, Mary J. daughter May 1881 at school, Harry Kreamer June 1885 farm laborer. on 2 June 1900 at College Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania.2
     Joanna Mary appeared on the census of 2 June 1900 at College Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
Hiram Thompson farmer Dec 1842, widow, married 20 years, Elizabeth H. daughter Dec 1869 Nurse, Sophia H. daughter Sept 1878, school teacher, Margaret G daughter May 1879 at home, Mary J. daughter May 1881 at school, Harry Kreamer June 1885 farm laborer.2     
She married Peter Hoffer Dale, son of Katherine (?), on 2 June 1910
Letter from John Zook with genealogy, many wrong dates, names etc, but this is his own line and should be better, I Hope.3,1,4,5
Joanna Mary Thompson died on 30 July 1940 at age 59; Letter from John Zook with genealogy, many wrong dates, names etc, but this is his own line and should be better, I Hope.
Spring Creek Cemetery tombstone row 7, section 3, wife of Peter Hoffer Dale MD.3,6,1

Family

Peter Hoffer Dale b. 2 Nov 1877, d. 15 Aug 1953
Children

Citations

  1. Communication fromLetter from John A Zook, 3 Kirt's Court, P.O. Box 126, Rising Sun, MD 21911-0126; to Elizabeth L. Albright 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, on 17 July 2000 to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  2. 1900 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, ED 11, SD 10 sheet 1, dwelling 12, family 12, line 51, page, Hiram Thompson, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 1391.
  3. Daughters of American Revolution, Linage Book. Mrs Mary Thompson Dale # 125475.
  4. 1910 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, State College, SD 15, ED 41, line 15, dwelling 132, family 169, page 219, Peter H Dale, microfilm T624, roll, roll 1549.
  5. Centre County, PA Marriage Index 1764-2005, CD (Centre County Gen. Soc., State College, PA, 2006), Bk 16. page 348.
  6. The Cemeteries of College township, Centre county, Pennsylvania. Centre county Genealogical Society, page 70.
  7. Letter from Phyllis Blanchard (6552 Mary Dr., North Rose. NY 14516-9746) to Elizabeth Albright, 10 May 2006;.
  8. Infant Dale tombstone, The Cemeteries of College Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania, (Centre County Genealogical Society, 1995), p 70.

Issac Kaup

M, b. 1820, d. 1896
     Issac Kaup married Catherine Cronemiller, daughter of George Cronemiller and Martha Houser.
Issac Kaup was born in 1820. He died in 1896.

Family

Catherine Cronemiller b. 1825, d. 1898
Children

Emma A Watterson

F, b. 15 August 1849, d. 10 January 1904
     Emma A Watterson was born on 15 August 1849 at Armagh, Indiana County, Pennsylvania.1,2 She married Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen, son of David Rittenhouse Goheen and Elizabeth Harriet Hunter, on 25 December 1866
Joseph Goheen living at 631 and R. A. Goheen at 630 Pennsylvania Ave. Joseph is a zinc and lead miner, born Sep 1841 and has been married 33 years. He rents his home. Emma A his wife born Aug 1849 has had 6 children and 5 are alive. Charley, a son, born Apr 1872 age 28 was born in Kansas is a fireman on the railroad. Allie born Dec 1874 also born in Kansas is a daughter.1,2

     Emma A appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 631 Pennsylvania Ave, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri,
Joseph Goheen living at 631 and R. A. Goheen at 630 Pennsylvania Ave. Joseph is a zinc and lead miner, born Sep 1841 and has been married 33 years. He rents his home. Emma A his wife born Aug 1849 has had 6 children and 5 are alive. Charley, a son, born Apr 1872 age 28 was born in Kansas is a fireman on the railroad. Allie born Dec 1874 also born in Kansas is a daughter.2
She died on 10 January 1904 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, at age 54; Obituary: Goheen - Mrs. J. R. Goheen aged 54 years died Sunday night. Deceased leaves a husband who is prominent in G. A. R. circles; also several grown children among whom is Charles Goheen, stage manager of the city theater. The funeral took place this afternoon from the residence of a daughter, Mrs James Flynn, 901 Broadway, interment being made at Fairview.3

Family

Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen b. 10 Sep 1841, d. 24 Mar 1929
Children

Citations

  1. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  2. 1900 U.S. census, Missouri, Jasper County, population schedule, Joplin, dwelling 155, family 164, SD 13, ED 35, sheet 8, line 18, Joseph Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 866.
  3. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. Obituary 12 January 1904 [newspaper not mentioned] to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  4. Pension Application, XC2631170; Certificate number 128932;.Unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Frank Busby Goheen

M, b. 14 December 1869, d. 25 August 1935
FatherJoseph Rittenhouse Goheen b. 10 Sep 1841, d. 24 Mar 1929
MotherEmma A Watterson b. 15 Aug 1849, d. 10 Jan 1904
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Frank Busby Goheen was born on 14 December 1869 at Pennsylvania; NARA Certificate 128932.
1900 Census,Smith County Lincoln Township, Mary,wife, Mar 1866, 34 yr PA; Arthur J. Jul 1894, 5 yr, Misouri; Eve S. Mar 1897, 3 yr, Misouri; David F.B. Jan 1900 4/12, Kansas.
Letter from Connie states that he was born in Topeka, KS.1,2,3 He married Mary Kaup, daughter of Issac Kaup and Catherine Cronemiller, in 1893
Undocumented family history
Frank B Goheen age 40 married 16 years born KS, parents born PA, Engineer, for railroad, rents home, Mary wife agea 44 5a children all alive, born PA, parents born PA, Arthur I son age 15 born MO parents born KS, PA, Eve S. age 12 born MO, parents born KS and PA, David F. age 10 born KS parents born KS, PA, Clarence age 7 born KS parents born KS, PA, Oca, daughter age 5, born KS parents born KS, PA.4
Frank Busby Goheen was F. B. Goheen was clerk of the Rose Valley School. Two of his children attended the school, Arthur and Fred. on 22 July 1905 at Rose Valley School, Smith County, Kansas.5
     Frank Busby appeared on the census of 16 April 1910 at Ross Township, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas,
Frank B Goheen age 40 married 16 years born KS, parents born PA, Engineer, for railroad, rents home,
Mary wife age 44 5 children all alive, born PA, parents born PA,
Arthur I son age 15 born MO parents born KS, PA,
Eve S. age 12 born MO, parents born KS and PA,
David F. age 10 born KS parents born KS, PA,
Clarence age 7 born KS parents born KS, PA,
Oca, daughter age 5, born KS parents born KS, PA.6
He died on 25 August 1935 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, at age 65; Obituary: Joplin Resident 45 Years Dies - Frank Busby Goheen, 63 years old, a resident of Joplin forty-five yeas, died at 9:20 o'clock last night at his home, 3402 Moffet avenue, following a two-day illness. He had been suffering from heart disease several years.
Surviving are is widow, Mrs. Mary Goheen; three sons, Arthur Goheen of Edgewater, Colo., David Goheen of Hoquiam, Wash., and Clarence Goheen at home: Two daughters, Mrs. Eva Stegink of Waco, Mo., and Mrs, Oce Lamb of Los Angeles, Calif., three brothers, Charles Goheen at home; John Goheen of Lyndenhurst, N. J., and Robert Goheen of Galena, Kan., and nine grandchildren.
The body will lie in state at the Anderson chapel until the funeral hour. Burial will be in Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery. Other arrangements are incomplete.7

Family

Mary Kaup b. Mar 1866
Children

Citations

  1. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  2. NARA certificate # 128932 of Joseph R. Goheen, bureau of pensions.,.
  3. 1900 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, ED 173, SD 6, sheet 7, line 54, dwelling 136, family 136, line 54 page 219, Frank B. Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 501.
  4. 1920 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Downs City, dwelling 81, family 81, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 3, Frank B Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll.
  5. Osborne County Kansas 1870 - 1930, The Osborn County Genealogical and Historical Society, Osborne, Kansas, Osborn Publishing Co., Osborne, Knsas (1981) page 583.
  6. 1910 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Downs City,line 78, family 81, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 3B, page 101, Frank B Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 452.
  7. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. Obituary 26 August 1935 [newspaper not mentioned] to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  8. 1910 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas,, population schedule, Downs city, ED 129, SD 6, sheet 7b,, line 57, page 219, dwelling 135, family 135; National Archives microfilm T623, roll 501., Frank B. Goheen, microfilm T624, roll.

Robert Roy Goheen1

M, b. 4 March 1879, d. 30 July 1953
FatherJoseph Rittenhouse Goheen b. 10 Sep 1841, d. 24 Mar 1929
MotherEmma A Watterson b. 15 Aug 1849, d. 10 Jan 1904
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Robert Roy Goheen was born on 4 March 1879 at Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas; NARA Certificate 128932 for pension.2,3
     Robert Roy appeared on the census of 7 June 1880 at Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas,
Joseph age 36 years old is a carpentar who was born in Pennsylvania and parents born in Pennsylvania. Emma his wife is 29 and also born in Pennsylvania as well as her parents. They have five children: John age 12 born in Missouri, Frank age 10 born in Kansas, Charles age 6 born in Kansas, Alice age 4 born in Kansas and Robert age 1 also born in Kansas.4
He married Nannie May Yoder, daughter of Robert L Yoder and Nancy Carey, on 25 December 1899 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.2
Robert Roy Goheen and Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen lived on 26 March 1929 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri; Death certificate information provided by son, Robert R. Goheen gives Waterson, Clarion County, Pennsylvania as the place of birth.5 Robert Roy Goheen died on 30 July 1953 at Osborne Memorial Cemetery, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, at age 74; Obituary: Robert R. Goheen, 74, dies in Hospital - Robert R. Goheen, 74 years old died at 2 o'clock yesterday morning at Joplin General hospital where he had been a patient sine Tuesday. His home was on Joplin route 2.
He was born in Topeka, Kan. March 4, 1879. He had lived in Joplin since he was 14 years old. He was a retired carpenter and construction.
He married to Nannie May Yoder on December 25, 1899, in Joplin. She died February 28, 1950. They had celebrated their golden wedding anniversary the previous December 25.
He was a member of the Bethany Presbyterian church.
Survivors are four sons. Roy Goheen of Kansas City, Ray Goheen of Joplin route 2, Harry Goheen 1711 Missouri Avenue, ana John Goheen 621 Brownell avenue a daughter Mrs. Oleta Williams, 3125 east Ninth street; a brother Charles Goheen, Thirty-fourth street and Moffet avenue; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren and two great-grand children.
The body was taken to the home of Mrs. Williams at noon yesterday, to lie in state until noon Saturday, when the body will be taken to the Bethany Presbyterian church. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the church. The Rev. E.W.Love and Rev. Thurman Kelley will officiate. Burial will be in Osborne Memorial cemetery, under direction of the Thornhill Dillon mortuary.6,7

Family

Nannie May Yoder b. 7 May 1880, d. 28 Feb 1950
Children

Citations

  1. Harry was born Sept. 8th, 1914 at 3408 South Moffet in Joplin, Mo. He was the fourth child born to Nannie [1880/1950] and Robert Ray Goheen [1879 /1953]. Oleta was the first at 15 pounds, then Ray at 14 1/2 pounds, then Roy at 14 pounds, then Harry at 13 1/2 pounds and John Harold was last at 13 pounds. Harry was one of the first babies delivered by Dr. Moody who became a very well known and liked "baby doctor". They weren't called pediatricians in those days. Oleta was probably born in 1900 and the others at 4 fn 5 years apart. When Nannie and Robert were first married, they lived in Murphysburg which we now call East town and Robert worked as a stage hand at the Joplin Theater located on the Southwest comer of 7th and Joplin Streets. He told of walking to work across the railroad tracks and carrying a gun for protection. That was in the days when Joplin had a reputation for being a very rough town and it lived up to it's reputation. That was also when the business district was centered around First and Main. The theater where he worked showed stage productions only. This
    was long before there were movies. Robert was also skilled in masonry and worked on the Newman building at Sixth and Main and many other construction jobs. Later they moved to 3408 South Moffet street where Harry was born. He started school at Stapleton but during his first year some boys burned the building so he finished the first grade in a church building. He was very sick that year with pneumonia and Dr. Moody. said "take him to the country and turn him loose" which was goad advice for he grew up to be a big string man. His folks bought a ten acre tract of land in the Oak Grove community and they cleared the land and built two houses.
    Oleta was married by this time to Bart Wellington and one house with five
    acres was for them. The well was drilled on the boundary line to service both
    houses. Harry learned to hunt, trap and fish. He had two dogs and one would chase a squirrel while the other one circled around in front and Harry would kill the animal with a sling shot. This was before he was old enough to have a gun. Any game that he brought home was eaten for this was in the early twenties sad people made do with what they had. They had big gardens, raised their own chickens, hogs and of course had a cow for milk. Robert would never let them eat the tenderloin when they butchered. He wanted lots of sausage! Since they had no way of preserving meat except with salt, they ate the meat in this order to keep from losing any from spoilage. First they ate the liver and heart then the side meat (which is bacon when cured) then the sausage and the shoulders and finally the ham (which had been salted]. This may sound like a hard life, but the food was better tasting than any we have now with all the "additives". But for Harry it was what the doctor ordered. The family attended church in Oak Grove at a small church where his father vas superintendent of Sunday School. He
    was also on the School Board. Sunday was a big day for the Goheens.
    Robert always put a roast with potatoes, carrots and onions in the oven
    before they left for Sunday School.
    Nannie baked at least two pies and a take. She also made a Idle dessert. In
    the summertime there was fried chicken instead of roast. Sometimes a preacher from Joplin accompanied by his family would tome out and give the sermon. They stayed for dinner with Hotel's family and spent the afternoon playing croquet Harry went to school al Oak Grove until Ins eighth grade, Then, because he had to come to Joplin to South High at Twenty Second and Wall, he moved in
    with Oleta and Bart, He had to ride to town with Bart and since Bart got up early to go to work at the Interstate Grocery at Tenth and Main, it was easier for Harry to live with them. Bert was very good to Harry. He allowed him to take the car to school after dropping Bart off at work and after school Harry would drive up and down Main Street with a carload of friends, which must have made him very popular. When he was in the Ninth grade Harry was introduced to football. He was big for his age end the coach put him in the game before he even knew what it was all about. But he soon learned and played tackle at first and later played fullback The next year he went to Neosho to school because he had no ride to Joplin. A Neosho teacher gave him a ride and since he could not stay after school, he did not get to play. But he did help coach the younger boys during school hours. He went to Galena, Kansas high school for the eleventh grade and his last year school. Bart and Oleta had moved to Galena and he lived with them. He did gel to play football that last year.
    Harry doesn't nave much to say about his mother, SO we can assume that she was a home maker and probably worked very hard. We know that she was a good cook and she was exceptionally fond of "sweets". She was diabetic and the disease finally caused her death. During the thirties, every Saturday night the family would come to Joplin and while Robert did the weekly grocery shopping, Nannie ate a pint of ice cream at Weideman's Ice Cream Parlor. It was always a special treat when one had ice cream at Weideman's. Harry does tell one little story about his mother which shows that she had a of humor. It was while they still lived in Joplin. the church was to have a Halloween party and Robert wanted to go but Nannie said she didn't, but for him to go anyway He went on and a woman in a costume and mask came and nobody knew who she was. Robert tried very hard to see who she was, but not until everyone removed their masks did he learn that it was Nannie! She Week first place far the best costume.
  2. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  3. NARA certificate # 128932 of Joseph R. Goheen, bureau of pensions.,.
  4. 1880 US census, Shawnee County, Kansas, population schedule, Topeka, 4th Ward, page 133, line 19, dwelling 194, family 215, Joseph Goheen, NARA microfilm T9, roll 397.
  5. Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen obituary, Centre Democrate, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, 18 April 1929.
  6. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. Obituary in Joplin Globe, 31 Jul 1953 to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  7. Robert R Goheen Death certificate, Missouri state archives on-line database, http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/…

James Flynn

M
     James Flynn married Allie Elizabeth Flynn.1

Family

Allie Elizabeth Flynn b. 7 Dec 1874, d. a 1929

Citations

  1. 1900 U.S. census, Missouri, Jasper County, population schedule, Joplin, dwelling 155, family 164, SD 13, ED 35, sheet 8, line 18, Joseph Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 866.

Mary Kaup

F, b. March 1866
FatherIssac Kaup b. 1820, d. 1896
MotherCatherine Cronemiller b. 1825, d. 1898
     Mary Kaup was born in March 1866 at Pennsylvania; 1900 Census, Smith County, Lincoln Township,
Mary,wife, Mar 1866, 34 yr PA;
Arthur J. Jul 1894, 5 yr, Misouri;
Eve S. Mar 1897, 3 yr, Misouri;
David F.B. Jan 1900 4/12, Kansas.1 She married Frank Busby Goheen, son of Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen and Emma A Watterson, in 1893
Undocumented family history
Frank B Goheen age 40 married 16 years born KS, parents born PA, Engineer, for railroad, rents home, Mary wife agea 44 5a children all alive, born PA, parents born PA, Arthur I son age 15 born MO parents born KS, PA, Eve S. age 12 born MO, parents born KS and PA, David F. age 10 born KS parents born KS, PA, Clarence age 7 born KS parents born KS, PA, Oca, daughter age 5, born KS parents born KS, PA.2

     Mary appeared on the census of 16 April 1910 at Ross Township, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas,
Frank B Goheen age 40 married 16 years born KS, parents born PA, Engineer, for railroad, rents home, Mary wife agea 44 5a children all alive, born PA, parents born PA, Arthur I son age 15 born MO parents born KS, PA, Eve S. age 12 born MO, parents born KS and PA, David F. age 10 born KS parents born KS, PA, Clarence age 7 born KS parents born KS, PA, Oca, daughter age 5, born KS parents born KS, PA.3

Family

Frank Busby Goheen b. 14 Dec 1869, d. 25 Aug 1935
Children

Citations

  1. 1900 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, ED 173, SD 6, sheet 7, line 54, dwelling 136, family 136, line 54 page 219, Frank B. Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 501.
  2. 1920 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Downs City, dwelling 81, family 81, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 3, Frank B Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll.
  3. 1910 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Downs City,line 78, family 81, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 3B, page 101, Frank B Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 452.
  4. 1910 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas,, population schedule, Downs city, ED 129, SD 6, sheet 7b,, line 57, page 219, dwelling 135, family 135; National Archives microfilm T623, roll 501., Frank B. Goheen, microfilm T624, roll.

Arthur Isaac Joseph Goheen

M, b. 20 July 1894, d. October 1972
FatherFrank Busby Goheen b. 14 Dec 1869, d. 25 Aug 1935
ParentMary Kaup b. Mar 1866
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Arthur Isaac Joseph Goheen was born on 20 July 1894 at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.1,2 He was educated in 1905 at Rose Valley School, Smith County, Kansas, Attended Rose Valley School with brother Fred.3
     Arthur Isaac Joseph appeared on the census of 16 April 1910 at Ross Township, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas,
Frank B Goheen age 40 married 16 years born KS, parents born PA, Engineer, for railroad, rents home, Mary wife agea 44 5a children all alive, born PA, parents born PA, Arthur I son age 15 born MO parents born KS, PA, Eve S. age 12 born MO, parents born KS and PA, David F. age 10 born KS parents born KS, PA, Clarence age 7 born KS parents born KS, PA, Oca, daughter age 5, born KS parents born KS, PA.2
On on 23 November 1922the Downs newspaper in Downs, Kansas had the following article: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goheen, of Denver Colo., made a flying visit to relatives here last week. They are on their way home from a trip to Joplin, Mo. where they visited the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Garret Stegink of Tipton, accompanied them. Mrs. Stegink and Arthur are brother and sister and were formerly of Rose Valley.4 He married Camora Bowers.
Arthur Isaac Joseph Goheen lived on 25 November 1936 at Edgewater, Jefferson County, Colorado; Social Security Application had him working at the Denver Pump and MFG. Co at 1531 Wazee Street, Denver, CO.1 He died in October 1972 at Denver, Denver County, Colorado, at age 78; Obituary: Arthur Goheen - Word has be received her of the death of Arthur Goheen, 78, Denver, Colo., a former Joplin resident who died Wednesday afternoon at a Denver hospital following an apparent stroke.
Mr Goheen was born July 20, 1894. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion and Masonic Lodge of Denver.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Cremorah Goheen; a stepson, Robert Adams, Denver, Colo; two sisters, Mrs. Eva Stequink, Waco, and Mrs Cala Lamb, Los Angeles, Calif; and two brothers Clarence Goheen 3402 Moffet Ave., and David Goheen, Denver, Colo.5,6

Citations

  1. Arthur Isaac Goheen Social Security Application, on Nov 25, 1936, Social Security application.
  2. 1910 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Downs City,line 78, family 81, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 3B, page 101, Frank B Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 452.
  3. Osborne County Kansas 1870 - 1930, The Osborn County Genealogical and Historical Society, Osborne, Kansas, Osborn Publishing Co., Osborne, Knsas (1981) page 583.
  4. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Microfilm D246.
  5. Unknown cd.
  6. Communication fromLetter from Connie (Goheen) Isley; 19855 J Highway, Diamond, MO 64840. to Elizabeth L Albright, 14 March 2001; held in 2001 by receiver, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Connie Isley is; Joseph Rittenhouse Goheen > Robert Roy Goheen > John Harold Goheen > Connie Goheen. Obituary 28 October 1972 [newspaper not mentioned] to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).

David Fred Rittenhouse Goheen

M, b. 21 January 1900, d. 13 December 1983
FatherFrank Busby Goheen b. 14 Dec 1869, d. 25 Aug 1935
ParentMary Kaup b. Mar 1866
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     David Fred Rittenhouse Goheen was born on 21 January 1900 at Kansas; 1900 Census,Smith County Lincoln Township, Mary,wife, Mar 1866, 34 yr PA; Arthur J. Jul 1894, 5 yr, Misouri; Eve S. Mar 1897, 3 yr, Misouri; David F.B. Jan 1900 4/12, Kansas.1,2 He was educated in 1905 at Rose Valley School, Smith County, Kansas, Attended the Rose Valley School with brother Arthur.3
     David Fred Rittenhouse appeared on the census of 16 April 1910 at Ross Township, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas,
Frank B Goheen age 40 married 16 years born KS, parents born PA, Engineer, for railroad, rents home, Mary wife agea 44 5a children all alive, born PA, parents born PA, Arthur I son age 15 born MO parents born KS, PA, Eve S. age 12 born MO, parents born KS and PA, David F. age 10 born KS parents born KS, PA, Clarence age 7 born KS parents born KS, PA, Oca, daughter age 5, born KS parents born KS, PA.4
On on 30 December 1922the Downs newspaper in Downs, Kansas had the following article: Dave Goheen came in from Wyoming one day last week. At present he is at the Claycamp home.5 He military activity was David F Goheen born 1900
Residence Grays Harbor, Washington
Enlistment at: Tacoma, Washington
6 August 1942 as a Private
Nativity: Kansas
Education Grammar school
Firemen
Divorced with Dependents
Serial Number 39185238 on 6 August 1942 at Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.6 He died on 13 December 1983 at Linn Grove Cemetery, Greeley, Weld County, Colorado, at age 83.1,7

Family

Child

Citations

  1. Applied for Social Security card in Washington; 534-01-0539.
  2. 1900 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, ED 173, SD 6, sheet 7, line 54, dwelling 136, family 136, line 54 page 219, Frank B. Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 501.
  3. Osborne County Kansas 1870 - 1930, The Osborn County Genealogical and Historical Society, Osborne, Kansas, Osborn Publishing Co., Osborne, Knsas (1981) page 583.
  4. 1910 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Downs City,line 78, family 81, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 3B, page 101, Frank B Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 452.
  5. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Microfilm D246.
  6. World Vital Records accessd 5 Nov 2013.
  7. Find a grave, online http://www.findagrave.com, Created by: ProgBase
    Record added: Feb 05, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 65221870. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

Eva Sylvania Goheen

F, b. 9 May 1897, d. April 1986
FatherFrank Busby Goheen b. 14 Dec 1869, d. 25 Aug 1935
ParentMary Kaup b. Mar 1866
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Eva Sylvania Goheen was born on 9 May 1897 at Missouri; 1900 Census,Smith County Lincoln Township, Mary,wife, Mar 1866, 34 yr PA; Arthur J. Jul 1894, 5 yr, Misouri; Eve S. Mar 1897, 3 yr, Misouri; David F.B. Jan 1900 4/12, Kansas.1,2
     Eva Sylvania appeared on the census of 16 April 1910 at Ross Township, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas,
Frank B Goheen age 40 married 16 years born KS, parents born PA, Engineer, for railroad, rents home, Mary wife agea 44 5a children all alive, born PA, parents born PA, Arthur I son age 15 born MO parents born KS, PA, Eve S. age 12 born MO, parents born KS and PA, David F. age 10 born KS parents born KS, PA, Clarence age 7 born KS parents born KS, PA, Oca, daughter age 5, born KS parents born KS, PA.2
She married Garret Stegink, son of Arnold Stegink and Alice (?).
On on 23 November 1922the Downs newspaper in Downs, Kansas had the following article: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goheen, of Denver Colo., made a flying visit to relatives here last week. They are on their way home from a trip to Joplin, Mo. where they visited the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Garret Stegink of Tipton, accompanied them. Mrs. Stegink and Arthur are brother and sister and were formerly of Rose Valley.3 Eva Sylvania Goheen died in April 1986 at Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas, at age 88.4

Family

Garret Stegink b. Nov 1883

Citations

  1. Applied for Social Security card in Missouri; 500-09-1313.
  2. 1910 U.S. census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Downs City,line 78, family 81, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 3B, page 101, Frank B Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 452.
  3. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Microfilm D246.
  4. Applied for Social Security card in Missouri.

James Joseph Markle1

M, b. 11 April 1882, d. 21 May 1956
     James Joseph Markle was born on 11 April 1882 at Centre County, Pennsylvania; Letter from John Zook with genealogy, many wrong dates, names etc, but this is his own line and should be better, I Hope.2,3 He married Margaret Goheen Thompson, daughter of Hiram Thompson and Elizabeth Hunter Goheen, on 30 November 1904 at State College, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
Letter from John Zook with genealogy, many wrong dates, names etc, but this is his own line and should be better, I Hope.1,3

     James Joseph appeared on the census of 1920 at College Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
James J Markle age 41, born Pennsylvania and parents born Pennsylvania
Margaret M age 40, wife born Pennsylvania and parents born Pennsylvania
William J son, age 17, born Pennsylvania
James L. son age 15, born Pennsylvania
Margaret L., daughter, age 12, born Pennsylvania
Lizzie J. daughter, age 10, born Pennsylvania
Sadie C daughter, age 8 born in Pennsylvania.3
He died on 21 May 1956 at State College, Centre County, Pennsylvania, at age 74; Letter from John Zook with genealogy, many wrong dates, names etc, but this is his own line and should be better, I Hope.2

Family

Margaret Goheen Thompson b. 20 May 1879, d. 30 Mar 1966
Children

Citations

  1. Communication frome-mail from John A Zook, Rising Sun, Maryland. e-mail address. 10 July 2000. Margaret was his grandmother. to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  2. Communication fromLetter from John A Zook, 3 Kirt's Court, P.O. Box 126, Rising Sun, MD 21911-0126; to Elizabeth L. Albright 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, on 17 July 2000 to Elizabeth L Albright; (Frisco, TX).
  3. 1920 U.S. census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, College township, SD 15, ED 17 line 16, dwelling 106, family 108, page 174, James J Markle, NARA microfilm T625, roll, 1548.
  4. Letter from Phyllis Blanchard (6552 Mary Dr., North Rose. NY 14516-9746) to Elizabeth Albright, 10 May 2006;.

Eliza Jane Carner

F, b. 23 December 1830, d. 18 May 1906
FatherLeonard Carner
MotherSarah (?)1 b. c 1801, d. a 1880
     Eliza Jane Carner was born on 23 December 1830 at Logan Branch, Shingletown, Centre County, Pennsylvania; The 1900 census states she is 71 years old and born Dec 1828.
Grandma Peters at Rest - Eliza J. Carner was born December 23, 1830, at Logans Branch Center county, Pa.s and died May 18, 1906, at the age of 75 years, 4 months and 22 days. She grew to womanhood there and united with the Presbyterian church at the age of 20. She has been a faithful christian since that time.
She was arrived to David R. Goheen March 26, 1851, at Rick Springs, Pa. To this union were born two children John and James. She was left a widow in 1856 and was again married in 1864 to Benjamin Peters at Boalsburg, Pa. Four children were born to this union, three sons and one daughter, all of whom are now living except William II., who died in infancy. Those living are Mrs. R. Verhage, W. L. Peters, B. F. Peters, and John and James Goheen; also one brother and three sisters and a large circle of friends and relatives to morn her loss. All except a few live near this city.
She was left a widow again in 1877 and the next year moved to Smith county, Kansas, seven miles northwest of Downs, where she lived until her death. Her funeral sermon was preached by Rev. McCalla, a Presbyterian minister of Smith Center, at the Rose Valley church ...2,3,4,5 She married David Rittenhouse Goheen, son of Joseph Goheen and Mary Jane Gardner, between 1 June 1850 and September 1851.6

     Eliza Jane appeared on the census of 13 November 1850 at Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
Eliza Carner was living with David R. Goheen and his mother and 2 children at the time of the 1850 census. She was 20 years old at the time.7
She lived in 1861 at Ferguson Township, Pine Grove Mills, Centre County, Pennsylvania; Map of Pine Grove Mills shows Mrs. Goheen owns house just before (coming from State College) the intersection leading up the mountain. She is licated on the right side of the road 6 houses from intersection. Much space between houses.8 She married Benjamin Peters on 22 March 1864 at Centre County, Pennsylvania,
Eliza remarried after David Rittenhouses death.Centre Press Pub at Bellefonte, Centre Co. (Microfilm at Pattee Library, Penn State) 25 Mar 1864.9
Eliza Jane Carner died on 18 May 1906 at Downs, Osborne County, Kansas, at age 75, her obituary follows Grandma Peters at Rest - Eliza J. Carner was born December 23, 1830, at Logans Branch Center county, Pa.s and died May 18, 1906, at the age of 75 years, 4 months and 22 days. She grew to womanhood there and united with the Presbyterian church at the age of 20. She has been a faithful christian since that time.
She was arrived to David R. Goheen March 26, 1851, at Rick Springs, Pa. To this union were born two children John and James. She was left a widow in 1856 and was again married in 1864 to Benjamin Peters at Boalsburg, Pa. Four children were born to this union, three sons and one daughter, all of whom are now living except William II., who died in infancy. Those living are Mrs. R. Verhage, W. L. Peters, B. F. Peters, and John and James Goheen; also one brother and three sisters and a large circle of friends and relatives to morn her loss. All except a few live near this city.
She was left a widow again in 1877 and the next year moved to Smith county, Kansas, seven miles northwest of Downs, where she lived until her death. Her funeral sermon was preached by Rev. McCalla, a Presbyterian minister of Smith Center, at the Rose Valley church ...10,4 She was buried at Rose Valley Cemetery, Smith County, Kansas; The Rose Valley Cemetery is located in the southwest quarter of section 33 in Lincoln Township. It was established 29 Oct 1881 when land was obtained from John N. Cramer and James G. Goheen by the trustees of the Rose Valley Presbyterian Church.
Ten graves are indexed for this cemetery.11

Family 1

David Rittenhouse Goheen b. 2 Mar 1810, d. 2 Jan 1857
Children

Family 2

Benjamin Peters d. 1877
Children

Family 3

James Gardner Goheen b. 26 Aug 1854, d. 10 Feb 1923
Child

Citations

  1. 1880 US census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln Township, SD 3, ED 308, page 443, line 21, dwelling 115, family 115, John A Carner, NARA microfilm T9, roll 397.
  2. J. G. Goheen, Death Certificate, Information provided by son Wilber Peters of Downs, KS, Death certificate .
  3. Tombstone Inscriptions Smith County Kansas Volume one (Sarah Steward Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1989), page 213, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. Xerox copy sent by Max Goheen June 24, 2008 PO Box 203, Downs, Kansas 67437-0203, to Elizabeth Albright. Max received copy from Erery and Rosalie Poore, Alton, Kansas in February 2008.
  5. 1900 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln twp, ED 173, SD 6,line 59, sheet 7B, household 137, page 219, Wilber L. Peters, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 501.
  6. Probate Papers # 1476 filed 8 Jan 1857, Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Bellefonte, PA.
  7. 1850 US census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Ferguson twp, household 1641, line 4, page 519, David Goheen, NARA microfilm M432, roll 763.
  8. G&M Land Ownership Maps 0721, Pennsylvania Centre 1861, number 4. Family History Library map case, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  9. Marriages 1851-1873 Centre County, Pennsylvania; compiled by Nancy Lee Stover, Edited by Gladys Campbell Murray; Friends of the CXantre County Library and Historicl Museum, Bellefonte, PA 1990.
  10. Mortuary Record - The Downs News and The Downs Times (Downs, Osborne County, Kansas), 12 May 1921, page 1, column 5.,.
  11. Eliza J. Peters, Tombstone Inscription, Smith County, Kansas Volume One, Sarah Steward Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, (1989) page 213.
  12. File No. 3507 of estate of Benjamin Peters for minor chile Ada Peters., Probate file Centre County, Pennsylvania number , Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  13. 1920 U.S. census,, Smith County, Kansas,, population schedule, Lincoln township, dwelling 41, family 41, SD 6. ED 220, sheet 7, Wilber L Peters, NARA microfilm T625, roll.

John C Goheen

M, b. June 1852, d. 4 February 1934
FatherDavid Rittenhouse Goheen b. 2 Mar 1810, d. 2 Jan 1857
MotherEliza Jane Carner b. 23 Dec 1830, d. 18 May 1906
ChartsOriginal Goheen to Philadelphia
John Goheen to Centre County
     John C Goheen was born in June 1852 at Pennsylvania; David was living with Eliza Carner in the 1850 census, in the 1860 census John was living with her after David's death.
1900 Census, John Goheen Smith County Lincoln township born June 1852 in PA; Cari wife born Dec 1861, Michigan; charles W. born Jun 1878, KS; John C. born Jun 1882, KS; Bessie G born Aug 1888, KS; Elizabeth D. born Nov 1891, KS; Morris B. born Aug 1894 KS.1,2 He was Petition for Guardianship, Petition of Elizabeth Goheen, John Goheen and James G. Goheen minor children of David Goheen late of Ferguson twp, under the age of 14 years petitions for guardianship over person and estate. By Robert Goheen Uncle and next friend. on 25 August 1857 at Centre County, Pennsylvania.3
     John C appeared on the census of 24 July 1860 at Ferguson Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania,
John is living with his mom and James Goheen age 4, and Catherine Carner.4
He and James Gardner Goheen were Made original journey to Kansas along with Isaac Kaup and family. He returned to Pennsylvania and later returned with his brother, James and bought a relinquishment of a Rose Valley quarter section. There was a real colony of Pennsylvanians along Dry Creek, including the Kaups, Lytles, Goheens, Washington and William Bailey, Luther Musser, Peters, Rudys, John Carner, Dave Sauserman, George Baker and perhaps others that have not been identified. in 1871 at Solomon Valley, Osborne County, Kansas.5 John C Goheen married Margaret Adalanta Bowers on 26 April 1877
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS, 67437.6,2
John C Goheen married Carrie Verhage, daughter of Bastian Verhage and Johanna M. Tanis, on 16 November 1886
Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information. first wife died in 1885.
"On November 16, 1886, he married Miss Carrie Verhage, daughter of Sebastian and Johanna Verhage. She was born in Ottawa County, Michigan, on December 24, 1860. At the age of 11 years she came to Kansas with her parents, who settled on Oak Creed, near Dispatch.5
John C Goheen owned John Goheen has bought 80 acres of land from Rob. Creamer. on 15 April 1897 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas.7 He was George Kaup and J. G. Goheen are contemplating a visit to Pennsylvania this fall.
The family of Mr. James Goheen will hereafter ride in a new buggy. on 20 September 1900 at Rose Valley, Smith County, Kansas.8 He was Mr. John Goheen has a big carpenter job on a large new barn for a German three miles northeast of Downs. on 22 November 1900 at Smith Co. Smatterings, Smith County, Kansas.9 He lived in 1923 at Near Downs, Ross Township, Elm Creek, Marshall County, Kansas; Elm Creek Notes - Mr. and Mrs John Reddick and sons were guests at the John Goheen home Christmas Kay. Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Goheen and daughter were also guests there that day.
Rose Valley - From this time on Mr and Mrs John Goheen are mentioned in the Rose Valley column and not in the Elm Creek as before.10,11 He was ill with Suffered a paralytic stroke, and condition is very serious. on 30 January 1934 at Downs, Osborne County, Kansas.12 He died on 4 February 1934 at Kansas at age 81; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information.13 He was buried on 6 February 1934 at Downs, Osborne County, Kansas; Funeral services at Congregational Church.14

Family 1

Margaret Adalanta Bowers b. 17 May 1858, d. 14 May 1885
Children

Family 2

Carrie Verhage b. Dec 1861, d. 24 Jan 1945
Children

Citations

  1. 1860 US census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Ferusgon twp, page 440, David Goheen, M653 1090.
  2. 1910 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln twp, ED 173, SD 6, ED 208, sheet 7A, line 41, household 133, page 219, John Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 501.
  3. Petiton # 1489, Centre County Library and Historical Museum., Probate file Centre County, Pennsylvania number , Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  4. 1860 US census, Centre County, Pennsylvania, population schedule, Pine Grove Mills post office, household 1291, line 6, page 440, Eliz Goheen, M653 1090.
  5. John Goheen biography, The People Came in their prarie schooners, through the waves of the seas of grass, and stayed, The Osborne County Genealogical and Historical Society, Osborne, Kansas, The Osborne County Farmer, Pub, (1977) page 427.
  6. Book of BowerJohn C Goheen compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star pagea 23a.
  7. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Downs Times; D245, page 8, column 2; 15 Arpil 1897.
  8. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Downs Times 20 Sep 1900, page 4 column 2, Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kansas, D246.
  9. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Downs Times 22 Nov 1900 page 8 column 2, Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kansas, D246.
  10. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Elm Creek Notes,28 Dec 1922, page 4, column 1.
  11. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Rose Valley by-line, 26 April 1923, page 8, column 1.
  12. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, 1 feb 1934, page 1, column 4.
  13. Maurice Goheen obituary, Sent in letter to Elizabeth L. Albright, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108.
  14. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, 8 feb 1934, page 1, column 6.

Margaret Adalanta Bowers

F, b. 17 May 1858, d. 14 May 1885
     Margaret Adalanta Bowers was born on 17 May 1858; Corrected information from second source, several sources. From the Book of BowerMargaret Adalanta Bowers.1,2 She married John C Goheen, son of David Rittenhouse Goheen and Eliza Jane Carner, on 26 April 1877
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS, 67437.1,3
Margaret Adalanta Bowers died on 14 May 1885 at Kansas at age 26; Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.
John Goheen biography, The People Came in their prarie schooners, through the waves of the seas of grass, and stayed, The Osborne County Genealogical and Historical Society, Osborne, Kansas, The Osborne County Farmer, Pub, (1977) page 427.
Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information.4,1,5

Family

John C Goheen b. Jun 1852, d. 4 Feb 1934
Children

Citations

  1. Book of BowerMargaret Adalanta Bowers compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star pagea 23a.
  2. John Goheen tombstone, Downs Cemetery, Downs, KS, letter from Nina Goheen, 701 Beale St., Downs, KS, August 3, 1999, “Margart (sic) Goheen age 26 yrs 11 mo and 28 days, died 14 May 1885. John Goheen biography, The People Came in their prairie schooners, through the waves of the seas of grass, and stayed, The Osborne County Genealogical and Historical Society, Osborne, KS (The Osborne County Farmer, Pub, 1977), p 427.
  3. 1910 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln twp, ED 173, SD 6, ED 208, sheet 7A, line 41, household 133, page 219, John Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 501.
  4. John Goheen biography, The People Came in their prarie schooners, through the waves of the seas of grass, and stayed, The Osborne County Genealogical and Historical Society, Osborne, Kansas, The Osborne County Farmer, Pub, (1977) page 427.
  5. Mortuary Record published in Downs Times and Downs News Volume 42 number 14 12 May 1921 page 1 column 5., Death certificate .

Chalmer John Goheen

M, b. 16 June 1882, d. 30 November 1961
FatherJohn C Goheen b. Jun 1852, d. 4 Feb 1934
MotherMargaret Adalanta Bowers b. 17 May 1858, d. 14 May 1885
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Chalmer John Goheen was born on 16 June 1882; Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.1,2 He married Elizabeth Martha Plettner, daughter of Otto Plettner and Mina (?), on 16 August 1903
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.3
Chalmer John Goheen was Selective Service Registration for WWI. in 1917 at Montrose, Montrose County, Colorado.2
     Chalmer John appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 at 440 South Avenue, Montrose, Montrose County, Colorado,
Chamers household, age 37 born kansas is general farmer. Elizabeth M, wife age 33 born Kansas and parents born Germany. Margaret age 15 born Kansas, Carl E age 10 born Colorado, Ruth 5 born Colorado, Maurice age 2 years 7 months born Colorado.4
He lived on 5 October 1922 at Montrose, Montrose County, Colorado; Mr & Mrs John Goheen were visiting their son Chalmer at Montrose, CO. Also with other relatives near Simla, Elbert County, CO.5 He died on 30 November 1961 at age 79; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information.6

Family

Elizabeth Martha Plettner b. 13 Feb 1886, d. 24 Aug 1967
Children

Citations

  1. Book of BowerChalmer John Goheen compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star pagea 23a.
  2. WWI draft registration: from Ancestry.com,.
  3. Book of BowerChalmer John Goheen compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star page 23.
  4. 1920 U.S. census, Colorado, Montrose County, population schedule, dwelling 91, family 100, SD 4, ED 120, sheet 4, ling 79, Chamers Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll, 168.
  5. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Elm Creek by-line, 5 October 1922, page 4, column 5,.
  6. Maurice Goheen obituary, Sent in letter to Elizabeth L. Albright, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108.

Charles Wilbur Goheen

M, b. 23 June 1878, d. 1951
FatherJohn C Goheen b. Jun 1852, d. 4 Feb 1934
MotherMargaret Adalanta Bowers b. 17 May 1858, d. 14 May 1885
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Charles Wilbur Goheen was born on 23 June 1878 at Kansas; 1900 Census, John Goheen Smith County Lincoln township born June 1852 in PA; Cari wife born Dec 1861, Michigan; charles W. born Jun 1878, KS; John C. born Jun 1882, KS; Bessie G born Aug 1888, KS; Elizabeth D. born Nov 1891, KS; Morris B. born Aug 1894 KS.1,2,3 He married Bertha M Simmelink, daughter of William Simmelink, on 1 February 1902
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.1,4

     Charles Wilbur appeared on the census of 1910 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas,
Charles W. age 31 born KS,
Bertha M. wife age 26 born Iowa;
Bessie B. 3 yr born KS;
Hazel I, 2 yr born KS;
Oteltha M. age 3 born KS.4
He began military service on 12 September 1918 at Downs, Osborne County, Kansas, World War I Draft Registration, Charles Wilber Goheen, list Bertha Goheen his wife, is a farmer. Medium height, stout build, grey eyes, and dark hair, born 23 Jun 1877.2 He lived in 1923 at Near Downs, Prairie Dale, Osborne County, Kansas; Prairie Dale - The Christmas visiting in this corner was the Billings family and company and Tomlinsons near Downs, the Charley Goheen family at John Goheen's near Downs.5 He died in 1951; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information.6,7

Family

Bertha M Simmelink b. 10 Feb 1884, d. May 1972
Children

Citations

  1. Book of BowerCharles Wilbur Goheen compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star pagea 23a.
  2. Charles Wilber Goheen, World War I draft registration, order # 1579, 15-2-60-C, FHL microfilm 1643853.,.
  3. 1900 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln twp, ED 173, SD 6, ED 208, sheet 7A, line 41, household 133, page 219, John Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 501.
  4. 1910 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincon twp, ED 208, sheet 4B, household 74, line 54, page 122, Charles W Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 458.
  5. Prairie Dale - The Downs News and The Downs Times (Downs, Osborne County, Kansas), 28 December 1922, page 4, column 2.,.
  6. Maurice Goheen obituary, Sent in letter to Elizabeth L. Albright, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108.
  7. Charles W Goheen tombstone, Downs Cemetery, Downs, KS.

Bessie Gardner Goheen

F, b. 15 August 1888, d. July 1969
FatherJohn C Goheen b. Jun 1852, d. 4 Feb 1934
MotherCarrie Verhage b. Dec 1861, d. 24 Jan 1945
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Bessie Gardner Goheen was born on 15 August 1888 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas; 1900 Census, John Goheen Smith County Lincoln township born June 1852 in PA; Cari wife born Dec 1861, Michigan; Charles W. born Jun 1878, KS; John C. born Jun 1882, KS; Bessie G born Aug 1888, KS; Elizabeth D. born Nov 1891, KS; Morris B. born Aug 1894 KS.1,2 She married John Reddick circa 1904
John B. Reddick age 45 married at age 26 born in Kansas, parents born in Iowa; Bessie, wife, age 41 married at age 22, born Kansas, father born Pennsylvania and mother born Michigan; Kennith age 18 born Kansas; Eugene age 17 born Kansas.3,4

     Bessie Gardner appeared on the census of 27 April 1910 at Ross Township, Osborne County, Kansas,
John Goheen household age 58, married 23 years, owns farm free and clear. born PA, parents USA; Carrie wife, agea 49 4 children, 3 alive, born Mich, parents Netherlands speak Dutch, Bessie daughter age 21 born KS parents PA, MI, Ruth daughter agea 18, born KS parents PA, MI, Morris son age 15, born KS parents PA, MI.5
She lived on 13 September 1923 at Near Downs, Prairie Dale, Osborne County, Kansas; Miss Bessie Goheen went to Downs one day last wek, where she will assist with housework at the Hunter home.6 She died in July 1969 at age 80; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.3

Family

John Reddick b. c 1885
Children

Citations

  1. Unknown cd.
  2. 1900 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln twp, ED 173, SD 6, ED 208, sheet 7A, line 41, household 133, page 219, John Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 501.
  3. Maurice Goheen obituary, Sent in letter to Elizabeth L. Albright, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108.
  4. 1930 US census, Osborne County, Kansas, population schedule, Ross Township, page 241, ED 71-21, dwelling 86, family 86, John B. Reddick, NARA microfilm T626, roll, 714.
  5. 1920 U.S. census,, Osborne County, Kansas,, population schedule, Ross township, dwelling 399, family 399, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 16, John Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll.
  6. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Praire Dale by-line, 13 sep 1923, page 8, column 3.

Maurice S. Goheen

M, b. 27 August 1894, d. 16 February 1985
FatherJohn C Goheen b. Jun 1852, d. 4 Feb 1934
MotherCarrie Verhage b. Dec 1861, d. 24 Jan 1945
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Maurice S. Goheen began military service at Downs, Osborne County, Kansas, Served in WW I from Downs Co. G.1 He was born on 27 August 1894 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas; 1900 Census, John Goheen Smith County Lincoln township born June 1852 in PA; Cari wife born Dec 1861, Michigan; charles W. born Jun 1878, KS; John C. born Jun 1882, KS; Bessie G born Aug 1888, KS; Elizabeth D. born Nov 1891, KS; Morris B. born Aug 1894 KS.
Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.2,3
     Maurice S. appeared on the census of 27 April 1910 at Ross Township, Osborne County, Kansas,
John Goheen household age 58, married 23 years, owns farm free and clear. born PA, parents USA; Carrie wife, agea 49 4 children, 3 alive, born Mich, parents Netherlands speak Dutch, Bessie daughter age 21 born KS parents PA, MI, Ruth daughter agea 18, born KS parents PA, MI, Morris son age 15, born KS parents PA, MI.4
He ended military service on 8 May 1919 at Camp Funston, Kansas; The members of Company G, 139 Infantry, who were discharged at Camp Funston last Thursday, arrived in Sown about 9 o'clock that night on the train from the east, and were met at the depot by a surging crown of several thousand people. The train pulled in amidst the blowing of whistles, and booming of anvils and the shouts of the multitude which nearly drowned the music of the band which was there to discourse sweet music for the returning heroes. The State Guard under the leadership of Capt.. W. H. ORtel, tried to hold the crowd back so that the boys might greet their own relatives first, but it would have been just as easy to hold back the tides on the Atlantic shore, and the minute the last coach stopped the crowd came forward in a great wave which completely engulfed the soldier boys, and in some cases it was an hour or more before parents found their sons and before families were united. It was the most exciting scene ever witnessed in Downs and perhaps such a thing will never again be seen. The crowd began collecting at the depot at seven o'clock, although at that hour it was announced that the train, which was not due until 8:10, was thirty, five minutes late. This did not dampen the ardor of the crowd in the least, and every minute added to the size of the surging throng...
Richard Cowley, Glen Remick, Claud Akens, Maurice Goheen...5 Maurice S. Goheen married Clara M Warner, daughter of G. L. Warner, on 17 July 1921 at Esbon, Jewell County, Kansas; The wedding supper given at John Reddick's home Wednesday evening, July 20th, for Mr. and Mrs Maurice Goheen, was a big success.6,1 Maurice S. Goheen was Maurice Goheen called on his uncle, J.G.Goheen Sunday. on 27 September 1922 at Rose Valley, Osborne County, Kansas.7 He lived in 1923 at Kansas; Maurice Goheen was up this way looking for a home. He has to buy one to take the place of the one he recently lost.8,9 He died on 16 February 1985 at Park View Manor Nursing Home, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas, at age 90; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.2,10

Family

Clara M Warner b. 10 Oct 1885, d. 28 Sep 1983
Children

Citations

  1. Marriage - The Downs News and The Downs Times (Downs, Osborne County, Kansas), 21 Jul 1921, page 1, column 5.,.
  2. Maurice Goheen obituary, Sent in letter to Elizabeth L. Albright, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108.
  3. 1900 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln twp, ED 173, SD 6, ED 208, sheet 7A, line 41, household 133, page 219, John Goheen, NARA microfilm T623, roll, 501.
  4. 1920 U.S. census,, Osborne County, Kansas,, population schedule, Ross township, dwelling 399, family 399, SD 6. ED 129, sheet 16, John Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll.
  5. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, 15 May 1920.
  6. Rose Valley - The Downs News and The Downs Times (Downs, Osborne County, Kansas), 28 Jul 1921, page 4, column 4.,.
  7. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Rose Valley by-line, 27 September 1922, page 8, column 1.
  8. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Elm Creek Notes, 28 Dec 1922, page 4, column 1.
  9. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Rose Valley by-line, 3 May 1923, page 8, column 1.
  10. Unknown cd.
  11. Clara M. Goheen and Maurice S. Goheen Decree of Descent, Inventory file number 94-P-47, Osborne County, Osborne, Kansas, County Courthouse., Probate file Centre County, Pennsylvania number , Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  12. Downs Cemetery, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas.

Bertha M Simmelink

F, b. 10 February 1884, d. May 1972
FatherWilliam Simmelink1 b. 10 Mar 1849, d. 22 Apr 1933
     Bertha M Simmelink was born on 10 February 1884 at Iowa; Social Security death index gives 10 Feb 1884 as birth date.
1910 Census, Charles W. age 31 born KS, Bertha M. wife age 26 born Iowa; Bessie B. 3 yr born KS; Hazel I, 2 yr born KS; Oteltha M. age 3 born KS.2 She married Charles Wilbur Goheen, son of John C Goheen and Margaret Adalanta Bowers, on 1 February 1902
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.3,4

     Bertha M appeared on the census of 4 February 1920 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas,
1910 Census, Charles W. Gaheen age 41 born KS, Bertha wife 35 born Iowa; Bessie B. 13 born KS; Hazel D. age 12 born KS; Othetha M. age 9 born KS; Alice J age 4 4/12 born KS.5
She died in May 1972 at Portis, Osborne County, Kansas, at age 88; SSDI indicates last residence as Portis, Osborn, KS
Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information.6,2

Family

Charles Wilbur Goheen b. 23 Jun 1878, d. 1951
Children

Citations

  1. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, 27 apr 1933, page 1, column 3, Kansas State Historical Society #D261.
  2. Unknown cd.
  3. Book of BowerBertha M Simmelink compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star pagea 23a.
  4. 1910 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincon twp, ED 208, sheet 4B, household 74, line 54, page 122, Charles W Goheen, microfilm T624, roll, roll 458.
  5. 1920 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln township, family 57, ED 220, sheet 8, page 193, Charles W. Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll, 552.
  6. Bertha Simmelink Goheen tombstone, Downs Cemetery, Downs, KS.

George W Baird1

M
     George W Baird married Jennie Melissa (Kingsolver) Baird on 6 March 1880 at Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas.1

Family

Jennie Melissa (Kingsolver) Baird b. 9 Mar 1864, d. 11 Sep 1940

Citations

  1. NARA certificate # 128932 of Joseph R. Goheen, bureau of pensions.,.

Clara M Warner

F, b. 10 October 1885, d. 28 September 1983
FatherG. L. Warner1
     Her Social Security Number was (an unknown value).2 Clara M Warner was born on 10 October 1885; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information.3 She died on 28 September 1983 at age 97; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone Information.2 She was buried at Downs Cemetery, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.
Tombstone information.

Family

Maurice S. Goheen b. 27 Aug 1894, d. 16 Feb 1985
Children

Citations

  1. Marriage - The Downs News and The Downs Times (Downs, Osborne County, Kansas), 21 Jul 1921, page 1, column 5.,.
  2. Unknown cd.
  3. Maurice Goheen obituary, Sent in letter to Elizabeth L. Albright, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108.
  4. Downs Cemetery, Downs, Osborne County, Kansas.

Delwin Leroy Goheen

M, b. circa 1925, d. after 1985
FatherMaurice S. Goheen1 b. 27 Aug 1894, d. 16 Feb 1985
MotherClara M Warner b. 10 Oct 1885, d. 28 Sep 1983
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Delwin Leroy Goheen was born circa 1925 at Kansas; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.2,3 He married Donna Marie Hofer.2
Delwin Leroy Goheen died after 1985; Residing in Beloit KS in 1985.
Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.2

Family

Donna Marie Hofer b. 12 Mar 1926, d. 23 Aug 1999
Child

Citations

  1. Clara M. Goheen and Maurice S. Goheen Decree of Descent, Inventory file number 94-P-47, Osborne County, Osborne, Kansas, County Courthouse., Probate file Centre County, Pennsylvania number , Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Centre County Library and Museum, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
  2. Maurice Goheen obituary, Sent in letter to Elizabeth L. Albright, 4927 Palo Alto SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108.
  3. 1930 US census, Osborn County, Kansas, population schedule, Cornith township, SD 2, ED 71-4, line 28, family 35, M. S. Goheen, NARA microfilm T626, roll, 714, page 153.

Hazel Goheen

F, b. 29 December 1907, d. 2 February 1991
FatherCharles Wilbur Goheen b. 23 Jun 1878, d. 1951
MotherBertha M Simmelink b. 10 Feb 1884, d. May 1972
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Hazel Goheen was born on 29 December 1907 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas; 1910 Census, Charles W. age 31 born KS, Bertha M. wife age 26 born Iowa; Bessie B. 3 yr born KS; Hazel I, 2 yr born KS; Otetha M. age 3 born KS.
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.1,2
     Hazel appeared on the census of 4 February 1920 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas,
Charles W. Goheen age 41 born KS, Bertha wife 35 born Iowa; Bessie B. 13 born KS; Hazel D. age 12 born KS; Othetha M. age 9 born KS; Alice J age 4 4/12 born KS.2
She lived on 11 October 1923 at Near Downs, Prairie Dale, Osborne County, Kansas; Miss Hazel Goheen returned home Tuesday from the Hunter home, north of Downs, where she has spent the past few weeks.3 She married Harold Edwin Miller on 6 February 1929.1
Hazel Goheen died on 2 February 1991 at age 83; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.4

Family

Harold Edwin Miller b. 5 May 1905

Citations

  1. Book of BowerHazel Goheen compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star pagea 23a.
  2. 1920 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln township, family 57, ED 220, sheet 8, page 193, Charles W. Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll, 552.
  3. The Downs News and The Downs Times, Library and Archives, Topeka, Kansas, Praire Dale by-line, 11 october 1923, page 2, column 4.
  4. Oletha M Vinsonhaler obituary, newspaper clipping from Nina M. Goheen, Downs, KS.

Oletha Margaret Goheen

F, b. 3 January 1910, d. 13 July 1999
FatherCharles Wilbur Goheen b. 23 Jun 1878, d. 1951
MotherBertha M Simmelink b. 10 Feb 1884, d. May 1972
ChartsJohn Goheen to Centre County
     Oletha Margaret Goheen was born on 3 January 1910 at Downs, Osborne County, Kansas; 1910 Census, Charles W. age 31 born KS, Bertha M. wife age 26 born Iowa; Bessie B. 3 yr born KS; Hazel I, 2 yr born KS; Otetha M. age 3 born KS.
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.
Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.1,2,3
     Oletha Margaret appeared on the census of 4 February 1920 at Lincoln Township, Smith County, Kansas,
Charles W. Goheen age 41 born KS, Bertha wife 35 born Iowa; Bessie B. 13 born KS; Hazel D. age 12 born KS; Othetha M. age 9 born KS; Alice J age 4 4/12 born KS.3
She was educated in 1929 at Portis High School, Portis, Osborne County, Kansas, Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.2 She married Shirley Carl Vinsonhaler on 13 June 1942
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437.
Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones. info about location of marraige.1,2
Oletha Margaret Goheen died on 13 July 1999 at Smith County Memorial Hospital, Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas, at age 89; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.2 She was buried on 16 July 1999 at Portis United Methodist Church; Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones.2

Family

Shirley Carl Vinsonhaler b. 5 Jan 1910, d. 2 Jan 1989

Citations

  1. Book of BowerOletha Margaret Goheen compiled by Esther Akens Wolf 1950, printed by the Agra, Kansas Star page 23.
  2. Oletha M Vinsonhaler obituary, newspaper clipping from Nina M. Goheen, Downs, KS.
  3. 1920 U.S. census, Smith County, Kansas, population schedule, Lincoln township, family 57, ED 220, sheet 8, page 193, Charles W. Goheen, NARA microfilm T625, roll, 552.