Person:Eliza Wells (12)

Watchers
Eliza Wells
d.20 Jan 1869
  1. Eliza Wells1812 - 1869
m. 26 May 1832
  1. Moses Goodno1832 - 1841
  2. Henry GoodnoeAbt 1834 - 1899
  3. Joseph Goodno1836 - 1906
  4. Nancy J. (Ellen) Goodno1838 - 1929
  5. Mercy Goodenow1844 - 1899
  6. Nellie Goodno1852 -
  7. Eliza Goodno1857 -
  8. John GoodnoAbt 1859 - 1926
  9. George Boardman Goodno1863 - 1901
Facts and Events
Name Eliza Wells
Alt Name _____ Goodno
Gender Female
Birth[1][3] 1812 Waterford, Oxford, Maine
Marriage 26 May 1832 Shelburne, Coös, New Hampshireto Moses Goodno
Census 21 Oct 1850 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshirewith Moses Goodno
Census 5 Jul 1860 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshirewith Moses Goodno
Death[1] 20 Jan 1869
Burial[1] Aft 20 Jan 1869 Old Cemetary Across From Evans Cemetary Gorham, Gorham, Coös, New Hampshire
Other? 1 Jun 1870 Lung fever, Gorham, Coös, New HampshireIllness

From Philbrook Farm Shelburne Town Records: May 26, 1832 'I have this day joined in marriage Mr. Moses Goodno of Shelburne Addition and Miss Eliza Wells of Shelburne. Barker Burbank - Justice of Peace Attest John Burbank - Town Clerk'

The WPA Index to NH Records shows that Benjamin Griffin and Susannah Lary had bans of matrimony published in Wolfeborough, NH by Mark Wiggin, Town Clerk on 21 June 1801. This would mean that Elijah Griffin born Dec 11, 1802 could be their first child. Anne Griffin, brother of Israel and Daniel, born in 1805 in Wolfeborough could be the next known (or next surviving, child)[m. Jonas Wells, 21 March 1826]; John L was born 7 January 1812 in Shelburne Addition (Gorham), NH [m. Cynthia Fickett Leighton]; Benjamin ca. 1814; Mary Evans 21 Dec 1815 in Shelburne Addition [m. James C. Gordon]; Israel ca 1813 [m. Amy J. Libby]; Daniel on 12 July 1817 in Hastings, ME [m. Achsah Wilson]; Peter ca 1819; and Joseph C. ca 1820 and (according to personal correspondence with Darlene White) Jeremiah Gould Griffin was born 18 November 1821 in Beddington, Washington Co., ME [m. Sarah Briant Libby]

Eliza Wells of Stoneham, ME

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Banvard, Theodore James Fleming. Goodenows who orginated in Sudbury, Massachusetts, 1638 A.D: they came from Wilts and Dorset, England : across America they roamed and multiplied. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Gateway Press, c1994)
    184.
  2.   Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Editor: Randall H. Bennett. The History of Gorham, New Hampshire, Edition: Copyright 1998
    p. 55.
  3. b. 1816 more likely according to census'