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Re: The English Goodrum's (5/7/00)
Posted by: David Goodrum Date: July 06, 2000 at 20:08:01
In Reply to: The English Goodrum's (5/7/00) by Ben of 423

England, Thomas Goodrum as far as I can find is the first Goodrum in the U.S. he was christened at St. Giles Cripplegate, London in 1703 and brought over on a convict ship in 1718 or 1719. The Goodrums are from Danish or Dutch descent originally. The name was pronounced Guthram and I believe there was a King Guthram of Dutch heritage.


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