Kit Carson County, Colorado

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Kit Carson County Pioneers:

Henry M. Goodell , 8 South 49 West

Henry timber-claimed a quarter in 17, 8S 49W in 1898.

Possibly Henry H. Goodell in 1900 Colfax County, New Mexico, born March 1849 in Vermont, married thirteen years to Carrie June 1871 Vermont. Abraham E. was born March 1890 in Colorado, Nettie A. April 1894 New Mexico, and Cora May 1897 New Mexico.
Carrie Maria Going, 34, daughter of Henry A. Going and Ann M. Blodgett married Adolph Duvuvuei/Dorrance, born in France to August Duvuivirei and Kate Joudi, on September 15, 1905 in Massachusetts. Both were from New Mexico. The Goodell kids are back in Pennsylvania/Massachusetts in 1910. Nettie 16 New Mexico is with Adolph and Carrie in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvaniak and Cora M. with great-uncle Horace W. Going 59 in Worcester County, Pennsylvania.
Cora is a student in 1920 Worcester COunty, living with Mary Canterbury and the Huggard family.
In 1930 Worcester County, Cora M. Darling is 31, with Leroy E. Darling 33. They have Leroy Jr. 4 and Ralph G. 2.
In 1940 Worcester County, Leroy Darling is 43, lving alone, questionable marriage status, working at a paper mill. Household next to him is the Albert Darling, 42, family with four kids.
Cora is also in Worcester County in 1940, a teacher, with questionable marital status. , and the two boys are with her. She was in Westmoreland, Pennsylvania in 1935.

Henry H. Goodell in 1910 Delta County, Colorado, farming, living alone, age 59 born in Vermont, widowed.
The Colorado state correction records have a Henry H. Goodell.
"In early 1900s Meeker, Aggie Watkins Henry was thrust into the spotlight when she became a key witness in the murder trial of Henry Goodell. The reason: She saw Goodell wearing a shirt belonging to Gil Wesson, the man he was accused of murdering. "She had mended the shirt just before Wesson's death with a small patch of material from one of her old dresses - which she still owned," according to the book.
Goodell was convicted but escaped while en route to prison, and no one knows what happened to him, Franscell writes. "

In 1920 there's a Henry Goodell in the Colorado State Penitentiary , 67, born in Vermont.
In 1910 Windsor County, Vermont, Ad?? E. Goodell is a hired man, 20, born in Colorado, for the Foster family.
Adwin E. Goodell, son of Henry H. Goodell and Carrie Going, married Inez Parbell September 27, 1911 in Cavendish County, Vermont.
He was born at Arvada Colorado, Henry at Hartford, Vermont, Carrie at Springfield, Vermont.
In 1920 Windsor County, Edwin is 29, Iso 27, Ralph 7, Leona 5, and Christine 3.
In 1930 Windsor County, Vermont, "Edwin" is 40, Inice E. 38, Ralph %. 17, Leona 15, and Christine M. 12.
In 1940 Windsor County, Vermont, Adwin Goodell is a weaver at a woolen mill, 50, born in Colorado,. Inice is 48 born in Vermont, and Christine 22 a librarian at the public library.

Nettie A. Goodell, born about 1894, married P.W. Binley, born about 1882, Dec 28, 1910 in Washington County, Pennsylvania.
They had Pearl about 1921, who married Anthony R. D'Amigo in 1946 in Washington County, Pennsylvania.
Nettie Binley is a housekeeper for Alfa J. Smith, 38, both widowed in 1940 Pennsylvania, with Carrie, 7, born in Pennsylvania.Nettie Binley died 1964, and is buried in North Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, per # 93667899.
April 1964 "Mrs. Nettie Binley, 69, of 132 W. College St., died in Canonsburg General Hospital at 6:45 a.m., Tuesday, April 7, 1964. She was born April 21, 1894, near Santa Fe, N. Mex., and had been a resident of Canonsburg since 1940. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Canonsburg. Her husband, Pearl Binley, is deceased. Surviving are a daughter, Carrie, wife of Anthony R. D'Amico, formerly of Canonsburg, now residing in Phoenix, Ariz.; two brothers, Vila Duvuvuei, Cleveland, Ohio, and Osker Duvuvuei, Phoenix.

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