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Re: John Goldrick & Diantha Maxwell
Posted by: Barbara Eckler Date: September 19, 2001 at 19:17:11
In Reply to: Re: John Goldrick & Diantha Maxwell by Barbara Eckler of 51

Hi Cheryl,
I have a list of births that Sarah wrore down. they are the children of John and diantha. I assume you already have that info on the girls. However on the list there is a son listed. I had never heard anyone say anything about a son. This is what she wrote. Willis Homer son of John M. and Diantha Irene Goldrick born Vernon co. Wis. April 15 th 1868. There is no death record written down. Had you ever heard this He was born between Edith and Sarah.
Here are some marriages. these are John and Dianthas daughters.These are as she wrote them. In Whitestown August 10th 1878, by William Masterson esq. T. W. Chandler and Eva Iola Goldrick all of Vernon Co Wis. In Verogna by Rev. George W. Muzum Wm. R. Hunter and Esta Jane Goldrick all of Vernon Co Wis. In Springville April 12 1884 by Rev Crouch Wilson Jennings and Edith A Goldrick all of Vernon Co Wis. I assume you have Hannahs, but if you dont let me know. Sarah was never married that we know, although it was rumored she was for awhile.
The other sister Sallie or Sadie married a man named Haugen. She later married married a Suanz.
These are my fathers side of the family. Edith was his grandmother. Her daughter Hazel was my fathers mother. Hazel Jennings married Cyrus Weller and they moved To Seattle. My father was born in 1915. He is an only child. When he was 2yrs Hazel died of the spanish flu and my dad ended up being raised by His grand parents but mostly by Sarah. They all moved to upstate NY about 1915. Edith and Wilson Jennings are buried in NY. Sarah is buried in Rugby ND. That is where they originally had moved from. I vaguely remember Sarah. She died when I was about 4.
I love learning about these people. They were very rugged and seemed to have the pioneer spirit.
Hope some of this info is useful and interesting. I have recently met a cousin in North Dakota, so its been so fun. Excuse my typing, not my best thing. By the way my dad is still living in upstate NY. He will be 86 on Saturday. Talk to you again. Barbara


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