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Posted by: Stephanie Saville (ID *****2067) Date: April 04, 2003 at 11:55:06
In Reply to: goodpastures of virginia by JOE GOODPASTURE of 318

Looking for parents of and ancester information on Mary Anna (Maryanna?) Clyde Goodpasture(b: 3 April 1874 in VA; d: 22 March 1955 in Radford Virginia).

On 5 January 1892 she married George Thomas Vandegrift (b: 29 Jan 1869 in VA; d: 2 Jun 1938 in Radford, VA).

I have located Mary and George on the 1900 Census in Marion Twp., Smyth County, VA, and in the 1910, 1920 and 1930 in Radford, VA. Mary's name is sometimes listed as Anna C or Mary A.

Their children were Glenna Lee (my great grandmother), James Thomas, Paul Wainwrite, Katie Evelyn, and Margaret Virginia. I'm not sure but I think George Thomas Vandegrift's parents were Thomas and Eva.

Although I can't find a census record with Mary Anna Clyde Goodpasture as a child, I think her parents may have been James L. and Mary C. - but that's truly speculation. I've found those names in the earlier Smyth County, VA census records. Also because Mary Anna and George named their oldest son James Thomas so I thought perhaps they combined the names of their fathers'.

Any assistance you could have in helping me find the Mary Anna Clyde Goodpasture's line would be greatly appreciated!


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