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1  Morrow, Ann Frances (I8435)
 
2  Family F3798
 
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Birth: May 3, 1900
Death: Jan. 15, 1979, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA
Family links:
Parents:
James Strather Cave (1870 - 1953)
Mary E. Reese Cave (1874 - 1927)
Spouse:
Grace Ethel Caldwell Cave (1904 - 1993)*
Siblings:
Olive Magnolia Cave Deuson (1897 - 1966)*
Arva Cave (1898 - 1915)*
Roland Olander Cave (1900 - 1979)
Lonnie Hampton Cave (1902 - 1973)*
Lillie Aronie Cave Carson (1908 - 1988)*
Arlow Cave (1917 - 1919)*
Burial: Pilgrim Rest No. 2 Cemetery, Golden, Wood County, Texas, USA 
Cave, Roland Olander (I8583)
 
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Parents and Siblings
William R Ysaguirre Father Male
Effedelia Castillo Ysaguirre Mother Female
Irma Goheen Sister Female
Extended Family
Tom Goheen Brother-in-Law Male
Name Myrna E Ysaguirre; Obituary
Event Date 2007, Needham, Needham, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Age 76
Relationship to Deceased
Birthplace Belize City, , Belize
Death Date 15 Feb 2007
Death Place Needham, , Massachusetts
Affiliate Image Identifier 34691 
Ysaguirre, Irma Teresita (I5224)
 
5 29 March 1790 Fred. Druckenmiller Penn twp., WIFE CHRISTINA. CHILDREN: John, Fred., Peter, Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret, Christina, Catherine, Magdalene, & Barbara Druckenmiller, Fred (I7516)
 
6 Woodrow D. Goheen, 86, died Friday morning, December 2, 2005, at Manor Care Dallastown. He was the husband of Margaret E. (Frey) Goheen with whom he would have celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary on December 24, 2005. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Austin H. Eberly Funeral Home, Inc., 104 W. Main St., Dallastown, with Pastor Anthony Zumbo and Pastor William Smith officiating. Burial will be in Lebanon Lutheran Cemetery. Viewing will be from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Mr. Goheen was born June 14, 1919, in Chanceford Twp. He was the son of the late Benjamin and Fannie (Heiss) Goheen. Mr. Goheen was employed by Yorktowne Kitchens for many years prior to his retirement. He was also a farmer. Woodrow was a member of Lebanon Lutheran Church and attended Windsor Church of God. He was an avid hunter. In addition to his wife, Mr. Goheen is survived by two daughters, Patricia Leber and her husband, John of Red Lion, and Bonnie Neff and her husband, Dale of Dallastown; three grandchildren, Tammy Leber, Michelle Rentzel and Trevor Neff; and two great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the American Cancer Society, 924-N Colonial Ave., York, PA 17403. York Sunday News (PA) - December 4, 2005 Goheen, Woodrow David (I5729)
 
7 " A newspaper article pasted into the Josua Potter Bible" Potter, William (I4007)
 
8 "A horse owned by Samuel Goheen of Birdsboro, earned for him during the past eight years, for hauling, the sum of $24,400." This would place Samuel in Birdsboro by 1869 if all the hauling was done at that location. Goheen, Samuel E (I20)
 
9 "A true clas rohll of the 3 compne and & Forst Batiolion of Northompton County Militia under the command of Lieut. Colo. Michl. Bobst: 3 Clas is Christin Marborger. Marburger, Christian (I2847)
 
10 "About 1832-1835, Benjamin of Hawksbill, with his wife and all of their living children except one, namely Reverend John Anderson CAVE, removed from the Hawksbill directly to Champaign county, OHIO. They settled around Urbana and St. Paris area in that county. About 1840 two of the sons of Benjamin of Hawksbill, returned permanently from Champaign county Ohio to Page county VA. These two sons were William Arrell CAVE and Paschal Wellington CAVE. They joined their brother, Reverend John Anderson CAVE who had remained in Page county, VA." sea Cave, Benjamin (I9302)
 
11 "acquired from Mayfield in 1767, and Benj. Cave (the later having sold the track to Abraham Mayfield in 1768 repossessed it and gave title to Samuel Brockman). The land was located by deed on the branches of Pamunkey River, which was in lower Orange probably part of Spotsylvania" Cave, Benjamin (I9340)
 
12 "Administration of the estate of William Cave, deceased is granted to Uriel Sebree who made oath...etc."
In the same court John Graves, Forester Webb, George Gaines and Jospeh Graves were appointed to appraise the slaves if any and personal estate of William Cave, deceased 
Cave, William (I9147)
 
13 "As early as 1717 one David [sic] Goble, with his family of the Baptist persuasion, removed to this place (West Hanover) from Charleston, S. C., and some minister of the same order began to preach at their house; a small company, after many years of patient effort, were collected as a branch of old Piscataway, which in 1752 was formed into a distinct church"

"The Baptists of West Hanover resided, for the most part on what is now know as Mountain Road, or Mt, Kemble Avenue, as it is also called, leading toward Basking Ridge and New Vernon." 
Goble, Daniel (I8812)
 
14 "Capt. John Parker. A history of Nevada County would be in no measure complete without a story of the life of him whose name heads this sketch. The true strength of any county depends in great measure upon the number of popular and successful citizens residing there, and Capt. Parker belongs pre-eminently to this class. He is a son of Giles Parker, a native of the State of Tennessee, who died in 1859. His youth was passed in Mississippi, and there he recieved his education. At an early age, the subject of this sketch commenced to make a career for himself, and moved to Nevada County in December, 1853, where he entered land, and has at present a valuable estate. Capt. Parker has held several public offices. He enlisted in the Civil War in 1862, in Company C, Twentieth Arkansas Regiment, and was soon made captain of his company, and figured in many of the celebrated battles. He was captured at Big Black, and endured all the misery of prison life. June 20, 1850, he married Miss S. J. Crawford, daughter of John, and they are the parents of eight children, all of whom were born in Kansas, and continue to reside in this State. The family are members of the Missionary Baptist Church, the father an active Democrat, a member of the Masonic lodge, and a generally useful, happy and prosperous man." (Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas - Goodspeed Publishing Company - Chicago, Nashville and St. Louis - 1890)  Parker, John (I9559)
 
15 "Horace Goheen cut 125 cords of charcoal wood for the Furnace in 1882. In 1883, he cut timbers for the Jones Mines"
"He also gained 7,500 feet of lumber out of the timber on the Phillips property." 
Goheen, Horace (I96)
 
16 "I was born one mile east of Centre Hill, June 26, 1842, raised in Ferguson Township on the Campbell Farm." Campbell, Henry Clay (I2061)
 
17 "Joshua Potter bible, Nov 25, 1833. Entry cites the date of death of Fergus [May 26, 1842] at the age of 88 years, 2 months, and 24 days. This would give his birth date as stated above" Potter, Fergus (I3999)
 
18 "Joshua Potter birth certificate, Apr 12, 1804" Potter, Joshua (I2461)
 
19 "On November 16, 1886, he married Miss Carrie Verhage, daughter of Sebastian and Johanna Verhage. She was born in Ottawa County, Michigan, on December 24, 1860. At the age of 11 years she came to Kansas with her parents, who settled on Oak Creed, near Dispatch. Verhage, Bastiaan (I1375)
 
20 "On November 16, 1886, he married Miss Carrie Verhage, daughter of Sebastian and Johanna Verhage. She was born in Ottawa County, Michigan, on December 24, 1860. At the age of 11 years she came to Kansas with her parents, who settled on Oak Creed, near Dispatch. Tanis, Johanna M. (I1376)
 
21 "Sudden Death of Councilman Goheen" He Expired Early This Morning at the Presbyterian Hospital After an Illness Lasting a Week: J Warner Goheen, a well Known member of the Bar and a member of Common Council from the 27th ward, died at 2 o'clock this morning at the Presbyterian Hospital. Mr Goheen was fifty years old. He had been ill only about a week, and his death was due to peritonitis following an operation on Thanksgiving Day for appendicitis.
Joseph Warner Goheen was one of the best known men in Councils, and on many occasions won him esteem of his constituents for his zeal in opposing obnoxious measures. He was first elected to the body in November, 1891, to fill the unexpired term of the late President William M. Smith, and in the following spring he was elected for the full term of two years, an endorsement, which was repeated at each recurring election. He was born in Attleboro, Bucks county, September 8, 1849, but early in life formed a desire to win his spurs in a large city. Coming to Philadelphia in his seventeenth year, he first entered the employ of a large mercantile firm. Here he was seized with the ambition to master the study of law. Supreme Court Justice Fell became his preceptor, and Mr Goheen was admitted to the Bar in the fall of 1873. Subsequently he entered the office of Isaac A Hazlehurst, and in 1876 entered into partnership with Henry M. DuBois, which association continued until his death.
Mr. Goheen married a daughter of John B Pugh, the senior member of the Bucks County Bar, and one of the most distinguished residents of that county. Mrs. Goheen is a granddaughter of Judge Fox, one of the earliest Justices in the history of Bucks county. Several times in convention Mr. Goheen took part in discussions, and on more than one occasion he nominated Judge Fell and Judge Hanna for the Bench. In the convention which named Charles F Warwick for City Solicitor, Mr. Goheen offered the name of P. F. Rotherman for the same office. His career in Councils was uniformly marked by his earnest advocacy of measures he believed would benefit the city, while he was consistently an active opponent of schemes and schemers.
In the councils of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, Councilman Goheen took a prominent part. For a term he served as Supreme Vice-Director of the Knights of Honor, and was Grand Director of the Order in Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Young Republicans, the West Philadelphia Republican Club, a member of the I.O.O.F. and of the A.O. U. M. He is survived by a widow and three children.
Arrangements have been made to hold the funeral on Tuesday. Services will be conducted in St. Philips P. E. Church, Forty-second Street and Baltimore Avenue. Interment will be made at Doylestown, Bucks County

Birth: Sep. 8, 1840
Death: Dec. 2, 1899

Son of William F. and Mary Ann Goheen, both born approximately 1814.
His occupation was "Lawyer"

Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985 about Joseph Warner Goheen
Name: Joseph Warner Goheen
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 2 Dec 1880
Marriage Place: Doylestown, Bucks, Pennsylvania
Spouse Name: Mary Pugh
Organization Name: St Paul´s Episcopal Church 
Goheen, Joseph Warner (I1824)
 
22 "The Goshen News" Goshen Indiana July 28, 2009
Obituaries
William Earl Goheen
May 20, 1948-July 25, 2009
William Earl Goheen, Goshen, passed away Thursday at the age of 61. The founder and developer of a number of businesses and Christian outreach organizations, Bill was respected as a lifetime learner, mentor and visionary. Above all, he displayed unrelenting faithfulness to advancing the kingdom of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Born May 20, 1948, in Plainfield, N.J., Bill grew up in New Orleans, La. He received a degree in civil engineering from Louisiana State University and then worked for Chevron. He earned a master's of divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif., where he founded the Mission Renewal Team.
In 1975, he married Karen Lee Mershon of Portland, Ore.
Over the years, Bill Goheen was involved in leadership of various ministries, businesses and entrepreneurial ventures. Among these he worked for eight years with the international side of the campus ministry of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in Madison, Wis. Moving to Elkhart in 1988, Bill was manager of the export division of Crown International. Beginning in 2000, he worked with research and development for VAST, an energy technology company. He also served as CEO of Tracera, a research and development company for PET Scanning. Bill earned his securities and real estate licenses, and was an author of the book, "The Galtronics Story."
Bill traveled the world with a heart for bringing people to faith in Christ. Over the years, he founded GRACE Capital (Global Research and Commercial Enterprises), Pilgrim Resources, to assist business professionals to use their market-honed skills to honor God; and the John Haller Institute, integrating business, science and missions.
Bill is survived by his wife, Karen Mershon Goheen; his three children, Caleb Earl Goheen, Mesa, Ariz., Glori (Aaron) Goodrich, Portage, Mich., and Joshua William Goheen, Goshen; and his sisters, Virginia (Ronald) Juedes, Louisiana, and Elizabeth (Dennis) House, North Carolina.
He was preceded in death by his parents. 
Goheen, William Earl (I5876)
 
23 "The Oldest native of these United Counties died at his residence, ELgin St. Born in 1798 on L35, Con2, he owned the farm on which he was born at the time of his death. His father, the late Thomas Goheen, was a U.E.L., a native of the State of Pennsylvania; removed from Philadelphia shortly after the close of the American Revolution and settled in Township of Hamilton. Mr Goheen assisted in clearing the land where Port Hope now stands, He was a quite, inoffesive man who never mingled in politics. He leaves a widow four sons, four daughters and a large number of grandchildren." Goheen, Jesse (I1745)
 
24 "The written consent of Caroline Goheen Widow, mother of Blanch Goheen exhibited into this office April 27, 1896 and filed" Hiram Evand age 25 born Caernarvon Twp, Lancaster County and residing in Caernarvon twp is a farmer and never been married. Blanch GOheen is 18 years born Caernarvon twp, Lancaster coutny and resides in East Earl has never been married. Married by S.P. Ensew Family F1430
 
25 "There might have been no graduating class in 1918 also, but for the efforts of Margaretta Goheen (Tussey). She was teacher and principal of the high school at the time. ... Margaretta Goheen selected three boys, ... and tutored them in Latin and Algebra during recesses and over the lunch hour. By the end of the term the boys met the requirements for graduation and were the class of 1918. Goheen, Margaretta Murray (I319)
 
26 "William Thomas Goheen's (son of John Russell Goheen, grandson of James m. Goheen) wife was named Hulda Cooper Edwards. Her last name is Edwards, not Cooper. She was the daughter of Nevitt Edwards. Edwards is definitely a Marshall COunty name. Her sons were given a share of Nevitt's estate as heirs." Family F1175
 
27 #129939 Bill Dean Jett age 22 5 feet 10 inches hazel eyes brown hair Baptist, can read and write born Texas father Texas, mother Oklahoma, farmer burglary 10 years, Residence Eloy, Arizona Jett, Billie Dean (I8289)
 
28 (18 Oct 1850) Joseph was 40 years old and a farmer,
Elizabeth was 32; the children
Amos, 10;
John, 8;
Mary, 7;
Sarah, 5;
William, 3; and
Daniel 1.
Elizabeth Weaver age 54 was also living with them. I presume that Elizabeth was Elizabeth Myers mother, and her husband was dead.
Also a George Weaver was a Laborer. My mother had always said that Joseph and Elizabeth had a son named George. This could be the reason for the information she gave to me. It is quite possible that George was Elizabeth Weavers son and Elizabeth Myers sister. 
Myers, John M. (I288)
 
29 (Aug 15, 2002)HUNTINGTON HERALD DISPATCH
DAVID ANTHONY GOHEEN, 67, of Louisville, Ky., passed away Sunday, August 11, in Norton Suburban Hospital, Louisville. He was born February 16, 1935, in Huntington, the son of the late Harry B. Goheen Sr., and Esther M. Goheen. He was a native of Huntington, W.Va. An outstanding athlete, he was a graduate of St. Joseph High School, attended Greenbrier Military School and Belmont Abbey College, retired newspaper carrier for the Louisville Courier Journal, member of St. Mary Margaret Catholic Church, Louisville and a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was preceded in death by a brother, Robert E. Goheen and his children's mother, Mary "Sue" Klapheke Goheen. He is survived by a son, David A. Goheen Jr.; a daughter, Patty A. Goheen; two sisters, Patty Gipprich of Reading, Pa., and Martha Carlson of Rhode Island; eight brothers, James J. of Fort Wayne, Ind., John F. of Fort Worth, Texas, Thomas A. of Centerfield, Ohio, Lawrence of Ashland, Ky., Harry B., Charles R., Daniel M. and Gale N. Goheen, all of Huntington. David leaves behind many loving nieces, nephews, friends and family. Memorial Mass will be held 10 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph Catholic Church with Msgr. Lawrence Luciana officiating. Military graveside rites will be conducted by VFW Post #9738 at Spring Hill Cemetery. Beard Mortuary is in charge of local arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hospice of Huntington. 
Goheen, David Anthony (I5216)
 
30 , Father born in Illinois and mother born in Ohio, Albert E. is now a Physician. Froom, Helen Janevieve (I3800)
 
31 , father in express business and born in Illinois and mother born in London Froom, Hazel (I3809)
 
32 , father in Express business and born in Wisconsin, mother born in England Froom, Marion Irene (I3810)
 
33 , father is a Salesman, father born in La Grange and mother born Chicago Willard, Burtow (I3811)
 
34 , father is an expressman and born Belvidere, Ill and mother born London, England Froom, George Lewis (I3807)
 
35 , name of child not given on certificate, father is Albert E Froom a clerk, living at 1325 41st Street. This is first child Froom, Albert Nellis (I3799)
 
36 --174-20-1203 Reitz, Alice Ellen (I525)
 
37 --George Heinselman age 50 a farmer born in Pennsylvania
Catharine age 46, born in Pennsylvania
William Age 24, farmer, born in Pennsylvania
Anabe age 21, born in Pennsylvania
Jonathan age 19, farmer, born in Pennsylvania
May age 19, born in Pennsylvania
George age 14, born in Pennsylvania
John age 12, born in Pennsylvania
David age 10, born in Pennsylvania
Rachael age 8, born in Pennsylvania
Sarah age 6, born in Pennsylvania
Washington age 3, born in Pennsylvania 
Kramer, Catharine (I971)
 
38 --William Myers born July 1852, 48 years old, married 24 years, born in Pennsylvania and parents born in Pennsylvania, he is a farmer. Alice J. his wife was born October 1854 and is 45 years old. She has had 3 children and they are alive. Virginia M. daughter born December 1875 in Pennsylvania.
Sadie C. daughter born April 1884 in Pennsylvania. --Naomi, daughter born April 1895 in Pennsylvania. 
Myers, Sarah Catharine (I284)
 
39 --William N. Sweet age 43, born Pennsylvania, is a manager of a department store. Sarah C., wife, age 35, born in Pennsylvania as were her parents. William N., son, age 14 born Pennsylvania. Perry H., son, age 12, born in Pennsylvania. Myers, Sarah Catharine (I284)
 
40 -John C. age 35 farmer born Vermont,
Adeliza age 31 born Ohio,
Emma age 10 born Illinois,
Delos age 8 born Illinois,
Zamira age 2 born Illinois 
Albright, Emma Eliza (I226)
 
41 -John Gould Deceased, DOB 08/04/1928,
Addresses associated with subject: Bastrop, TX 78602, (James E Gould) and Cedar Creek, TX 87612, Margueqrite L Gould.
Search for Gould in Texas found in Bastrop, TX; Alva C., Bill, Brandon age 35, Casie O age 87, Cathryn V age 34, David W age 33, Ginger K age 30, Glenn D age 54, Horace W., James E age 45, James K age 81, Janice E age 60, John J age 77, Kathy A age 54, Lawrence B age 87, Lindsey Jean age 20, Marguerite L., Melanie L., Norma E., Robert J, Roy, Sharon Danielson, age 60, Sharon L, Teresa M age 32, Tina, Vivian W. age 56, William Russell age 64. 
Gould, John (I234)
 
42 -Searched on-line and English registration of births microfiche at SLC on January 2006. Search Gould and Duffey/Duffy with no results. Jane was listd as a Duffey at 10 months of age in the 1881 census. Gould, Jane Evelyn (I230)
 
43 -Section 5, row 3 E1/2 Albright, Noble John Carpenter (I219)
 
44 -social security number 567-46-5475- Zavala, Ysaura (I3639)
 
45 -SSN 202-09-5052 Shuey, John William (I529)
 
46 ... Benjamin Cave was a vestryman of St. Mark's until 1740, when St. Thomas Parish was cut off from St. Mark's; and he and David Cave, who was Lay Reader at the old Orange Church near Ruchersville, became members of the new parish (St. Thomas) in Orange County, where they lived. The records of St. Thomas beaing lost, their relation to it cannot be traced. ... Cave, David (I8767)
 
47 ... day of March 1700 Daniell Gobell had a warrt. out of ye Secret 5 Office for five hundred acres of land dated ye ...
1699 Daniell Gobell had warrt out of Secett3 Office for 300 acres of Land Dated Decr: ye 23 Anno 1699 
Goble, Daniel (I8777)
 
48 ... Humby Pray that the afforsaid Elections may be set aside, and the Citizens of this county restored to their just Freedom of Election, ad your Petitioners as in duty Bound will ever pray. Approx 100 people signed the petition along with Jacob Hosterman and P Hosterman Hosterman, Jacob (I631)
 
49 ... the Boalsburg Tavern at this time, however, but at the Wolf or as it then was , the Freddy Myers hotel.
Organization of Harris township describes: Beginning at the Huntingdon county line in Ferguson township on Tussey Mountain and running northward on the line between lands of Mrs. Rebecca Awl and Frederick Moyer, on the course of said line to the Patton township... 
Moyer, Frederick (I1161)
 
50 ... They located on the origianal Shirk tract of land, granted by Penn to his father, southeast of Churchtown, between the Conestogha and the Welsh Mountain. This tract has been in the Shirk name to the present day and now contains three farms. ... This house was erected about the year 1788 by one Hugh Goheen. Goheen, Hugh (I1848)
 

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