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A Goodson family with some related families

material assembled by David Spencer Goodson, Jr.
Books/Monographs
English
[LaGrange, Georgia : D.S. Goodson?, 2000?]
309 p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables.

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"Printed courtesy of Hereafter Marchin' and Chowder Club."

Ancestral families and descendants of the author, David Spencer Goodson, Jr. He was born in 1909 in Butts County, Georgia, the son of David Spencer Goodson (1888-1929) and Clara Nelle Cole Goodson (1887-1962). He married Katherine Moncure Embrey (1906-1988) in 1935 at Fort Mill, South Carolina. They had four children, 1939-1946, born in Washington, D.C. and Virginia. The author was living at La Grange, Georgia in 2000. Children and grandchildren live in Georgia and elsewhere.

Ancestors include: Edward Goodson (ca. 1643-ca. 1714) of England and Isle of Wight County, Virginia -- William Cole (1597-1664) of England and Warwick City County, Virginia -- Thomas Greer (ca. 1710-ca. 1783) of Ireland and Cumberland County, North Carolina -- Alexander Maddox (ca. 1613-1660) of England and Northampton County, Virginia.

Other ancestral surnames: Beauchamp -- Campbell -- Cocke -- Cox -- Deason -- Dorsett -- Ferris -- Flowers -- Lane -- Smith -- Thomas -- Torbet -- Wilson -- Embrey -- Lee -- Martin.

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