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Re: Joe Goodwin (1825-1912) buried Cleburne Mem. Cem
Posted by: Joan E. Rambo (ID *****8863) Date: August 24, 2009 at 20:11:58
In Reply to: Joe Goodwin (1825-1912) buried Cleburne Mem. Cem by Stewart Jones of 797

By now you may have some of the following, but better to hear twice, then not at all.

TX Dth Idx 1890-1976 -- http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/start.html?..#w=;p=2;c=1320964;t=searchable -- You can view digitized copy of original death record, view more details, make copies and look for others, too.

Name: Joseph Goodwin
Death date: 21 Nov 1912
Death place: Cleburne, Johnson, Texas
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document):
Age at death: 87 years 9 months 17 days
Estimated birth year:
Birthdate: 03 Feb 1825
Birthplace: Tenn
Marital status:
Spouse's name:
Father's name: Shable Goodwin
Father's birthplace:
Mother's name: Bertha Mcclane
Mother's birthplace:
Occupation: Laborer
Residence:
Cemetery name:
Burial place: Cleburne
Burial date: 23 Nov 1912
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2050833
Digital GS number: 4165763
Image number: 1851
Reference number: cn 25833
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976

You mentioned he "appeared" to be a Confederate veteran. Do you know he applied for a TX Confederate pension and then his widow applied for a widow's pension? He's listed as Joseph Teague, and on one census I saw him listed as Joe T. Goodwin. With information on his company and regiment, I suggest you go to the main page of GenForum, click on General Genealogy, click on Wars, and then post a query on the Civil War forum. Some of those people are not only knowledgeable, but seem to have libraries of their own, too. Maybe one of them can fill in some of the military history on Joe.

The 1900 and 1910 census shows one marriage for both Joe and Lucindy, and she shows no children opn both census records. Her brother John Brazier is living with them in 1900.

On the 1860 Houston Co, TX census there are Goodwins and Braziers living next door to each other.

Happy Hunting (^_^)


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