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From: Outsider AngelSpider <>
Subject: Re: GODDARD Reunion
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 23:27:22 -0800


Best thing to bring is copies on paper. Remember, not everyone is on
computer yet. I will be bring a stack of my charts to give to folks. I
don't want anyone to miss out on any info I might have, that can help them.

Judi

At 11:13 PM 3/14/00 -0700, Scott Ray Goddard wrote:
> I will try to be there. My family came to America in 1879 from a
>hamlet called Stretton-on-Dunsmore & Cubbington Warwickshire, England;
>very close to Coventry England. They owned a bakery & brewery. A few of
>them were cordwainers (shoemaker & specialty leatherworks). They settled
>in Idaho and helped build the rail line from Pocatello to Hawgood,
>Idaho. They started a stage coach or stage line business. My grandfather
>then moved to Montana where I am now. Here is my line:
>
>Thomas Goddard b. December 1811 in Stretton-on-Dunsmore Warwickshire,
>England
>he married Elizabeth Newbury b. 1804 in Coventry, Warwickshire, England
>
>died in Aston, Warwickshire, England
>
>children were:
>Thomas Newbury Goddard b. August 1831
>Reuben Goddard b. September 1833
>Elizabeth Goddard b. 1838
>Mary Ann Goddard b. 1846
>Samuel Albert Goddard b. January 21, 1848 my gr grandfather
>John Goddard b. 1849
>
>I have information on their families as well. What is best to bring to
>the reunion on disk etc.. GED, FTW files etc.. And what kind of
>equipment do you have. Like zip drives for large files.
>
>Best Regards all
>Scott Ray Goddard
>Great Falls, Montana
>
>
>

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