Person:Joseph Goodno (1)

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Joseph Goodno
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
m. 11 Aug 1856
  1. Mary Goodno
  2. Charles A. Goodno1856 -
  3. Addie T. Goodno1859 - Bef 1882
  4. Talleyrand E. GoodnoAbt 1861 - 1916
  5. Nellie Florence Goodno1864 - 1917
  6. Edward P. GoodnoAbt 1867 - 1896
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Goodno
Gender Male
Birth[1] 26 Nov 1836 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshire
Marriage 11 Aug 1856 to Elsie A. Willson
Census 6 Jul 1860 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshirewith Elsie A. Willson
Other[1][4] 17 Sep 1864 Milit-Beg
Other? 15 Jun 1865 Washington, DCMilit-End
Census 17 Jun 1870 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshirewith Elsie A. Willson
Census 18 Jun 1880 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshirewith Elsie A. Willson
Census 19 Jun 1900 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshirewith Elsie A. Willson
Death[2][1] 25 Apr 1906 Gorham, Coös, New Hampshire
Burial? Evans Cemetary, Gorham, New Hampshire

Resides on north side of the river

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)
    290.
  2. Certificate of Death.
  3.   Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Editor: Randall H. Bennett. The History of Gorham, New Hampshire, Edition: Copyright 1998.
  4. Civil War - Soldier Enlisted Sep 17, 1864 at 25 years old as a Private On Sep 29, 1864 he mustered into Co 'L' New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery He mustered out on Jun 15, 1865

    U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
    Source Information:
    National Park Service. U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, online <http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/>, acquired 2007.

    Name: Joseph Goodno
    Side: Union
    Regiment State/Origin: New Hampshire
    Regiment Name: 1 New Hampshire H. Arty.
    Regiment Name Expanded: 1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery
    Company: L
    Rank In: Private
    Rank In Expanded: Private
    Rank Out: Private
    Rank Out Expanded: Private
    Alternate Name: Joseph/Goodnoe
    Film Number: M549 roll 5


    Regimental History
    NEW HAMPSHIRE
    FIRST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER HEAVY ARTILLERY.
    (ONE AND THREE YEARS.)

    By CHARLES H. LONG, late Colonel First Regiment New Hampshire
    Volunteer Heavy Artillery.

    ON August 19, 1864, the Governor of New Hampshire was
    authorized by the War Department to raise a battalion of at
    least four companies of heavy artillery, and on September 20 to
    raise a full regiment of twelve companies, which was done by
    adding to it the First New Hampshire Volunteer Light Battery,
    which became Company M, but which was detached and continued to
    serve as a light battery. Charles H. Long, of Claremont, was
    commissioned colonel of this regiment, on September 29, 1864.
    In the regimental organization the First and Second Companies
    New Hampshire Volunteer Heavy Artillery were designated as
    Companies A and B respectively.

    The companies, as fast as organized, were ordered to
    Washington and assigned to duty under the direction of Major-
    General Auger. During the winter of 1864-'65 and until the
    muster out of the regiment, it garrisoned a line of works in
    the defenses of Washington, ten miles in extent. About fifty
    men were detailed each day for picket duty in front of the line
    of fortifications. The duty of the regiment was important to
    the safety of the capital of the nation and oftentimes arduous.

    On the 21st of November, 1864, Colonel Long was assigned
    to the command of the First Brigade, Hardin's Division, Twenty-
    second Army Corps. On the 27th of that month Lieutenant-
    Colonel Barton, in command of the regiment, was ordered to
    report to Colonel Long, with seven companies, and was assigned
    to duty in his brigade. The regiment, except Companies A, B,
    and M, was mustered out of the service on the 15th of June,
    1865.

    The First Regiment New Hampshire Volunteer Heavy Artillery
    was attached to First Brigade, Hardin's Division, Department of
    Washington, Twenty-second Army Corps, October 21, 1864, to date
    of muster out. Prior to organization of the regiment the
    companies, excepting Company M, which was on duty with the
    Second Army Corps as First New Hampshire Light Battery, were at
    different posts in the Department of Washington, mostly in De
    Russey's Division.


    Source: New Hampshire Soldiers & Sailors War of the Rebellion, Ayling

    Battles Fought