Goddard, Charles Austin
Age: 21, credited to Norwich, VTVITALS
Birth: 05/25/1841, Norwich, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
Old Wheelersburg Cemetery, Wheelersburg, OH
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Henry Goddard, a shoemaker, and his wife, Laura Ester Egerton, had a family of three sons and five daughters. They lived in the small village of Norwich, Vermont. Charles Austin Goddard, the oldest son, was born in Windsor County, VT, May 25, 1841. In January, 1866, he went to Ohio and purchased a farm in Union Township, Lawrence County. In March, 1872, he moved to Scioto County and bought the Junior Furnace farm, containing 407 acres. It was one of the finest farms in the county, with a large brick residence and two fine barns. He was married in 1871 to Eureka Kimball, daughter of Augustine H. Kimball. They had four children: Charles A. Goddard II, Henry, Arthur and Minnie.
Courtesy of Miki Fluker Causey
Miss Ellen Goddard of Norwich has received news of the death of her brother, Charles Austin Goddard of Junior Furnace, Ohio. He was born in Norwich in 1841. His grandfather, Samuel Goddard, was pastor of the Congregational Church in that place for 30 years.The Barre Daily Times, July 27, 1903
Mr, Goddard served his country in Company B, 6th Regiment, Vermont Infantry;
Courtesy of Deanna French