Noah Good Next

1820 Aug 18: Born to [an error occurred while processing this directive] and [an error occurred while processing this directive]. (1, 7) (22 frames 7-8)

1841 Dec 16: Noah Good marries Franses Culp. (2)

  1842 Oct 27: Sophia
  1844 May 14: Magdalena (5)
  1846 May 26: Elizabeth
  1848 May 18: Joseph C. (4)
  1850 Jul  7: Susan
  1852 Mar 21: Anna
  1854 Dec  4: Nancy (twin)
  1854 Dec  4: Frances (twin)
  1857 May 18: Christopher G.
  1859 Mar 16: Lydia

1850 Sep 25: US Census. Noah and Frances are living in Marion Township, Hocking Co., OH with Frances, Sophia, Magdalena, Elizabeth and Joseph, farming, and not owning real estate. He is listed on the same census page as his mother Magdalena, and his two brothers David and Abraham. (3)

1860 Jun 25: US Census. Noah and Frances are living with all ten of their children in Marion Twp. of Allen Co., OH (14)

1866 Feb: Noah enters an agreement with Henry Shenk to improve his 80 acres in Page Co., IA. "Shenk paid Good $420 and promised him free rent for six years in return for which Good was to 'brake and fence the above described land and build a house on it 18 by 24 feet with a small kitchen to it and to dig a well and wall it and to set out an orchard of a hundred fruit trees and to take good care of it and to plant a grove around it.'" (2 NG-005)

1870 Aug 19: Noah and Frances are living with five of their children in Amity Twp., Page Co., IA. (15)

1872: In the spring, upon completing their agreement with Henry Shenk, Noah and Frances become one of the first Good families to move to Marion Co., KS. They settle about one mile west and three miles south of Marion Center. Today it is called simply Marion, KS. (18)

They are joined that fall by the family of their son-in-law Benjamin Bare from Elkhart, Indiana (13 p46), and then also by son-in-law Emanuel Shupe from Clarinda, Iowa. (11 p129)

1878 Mar 1: Noah files a homestead claim on the W/2 NW/4 Sec. 18-20S-4E. (20) The northwest corner of this section is now the intersection of 170th and Remington. This is one mile west and two miles south of Marion, KS.


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