Charles L. and Martha (Tidwell) Goodwin, brother Montrose R. and Sallie J. (Roller) Goodwin, Sterling
Thanks to the Hayward-Logan family
"DanielGOODWIN born March l, 1804
married Eliza CHAPPELL they had the following children (census notes)
Hibbert Chipman GOODWIN born July 5, 1835
Caroline Victoria GOODWIN born June 29, 1837 married William A. BARNES
Josephine B GOODWIN born August 8, 1839 married William WELLS
Calvin GOODWIN born September 28, 1841
Eliza GOODWIN born February 15, 1844 married Joshua CHAPPELL age 46 in 1881 They had the following issue: (census notes)
Oscar CHAPPELL age 15
Artimus CHAPPELL age 12
Lisle CHAPPELL age 7
Gourley CHAPPELL age 5
Montrose CHAPPELL age 2
George CHAPPELL Born: Aug 8 months old.
Benjamin Franklin Wells GOODWIN born November 28,1846
Joseph Exley Chappell (Doc) GOODWIN born April 23, 1849
Charles Leander GOODWIN born August 17,1851
Montrose Rocklyn GOODWIN born July 21, 1853, is at home in 1881 and is occupied as a House Joiner.
In 1861 Westmoreland, New Brunswick, Daniel "Gooden" is 57, Eliza 4r6, Calvin 19, Eliza 17, Wells B. 14, Joseph C. 12, Charles L. 10, and Montrose 8. They're Episcopalian.
In 1871 Colchester, Nova Scotia, Charles A. Goodwin is 19, Melvina 17, Stephen 15, Odessa 13, and "Roochy" 8.
In 1881 Westmoreland, New Brunswick, Canada, "Danill" Goodwin is 7 born in New Brunswick, Eliza 66 in Nova Scotia.
Wells Goodwin is 34, Ellen 29, Leander 30, Montrose 28, Marita 2, and Elijah Kirby 14, all born in New Brunswick.
In 1880 Weld County, Colorado, William M. Tidwell is 21, Anna A. 19, and Martha D. 17. They're stepchildren
of James M. King 56, so probably Martha P. King's kids. Martha is 38.
Charles Leander Goodwin married Martha Darlin Tidwell on November 6, 1884, recorded in Weld County, Colorado.
Charles cash-claimed 120 acres in section 8, 10N 48W in 1888.
In 1900 Logan County, North Sterling precinct, Charles L. Goodwin is a carpenter, born August 1851 in Canada, married 15 years to mattie Sept 1862 Mississippi. Leander R. Sept 1886 and Irma P. June 1888 were born in Colorado.
Charles said he immigrated in 1884.
In 1910 "Lee C." is a carpenter in Sterling, 58,
with Martha 47, D. Ray 23 also a carpenter, Irma 21, and Daniel 7.
In 1920 Sterling, C. L. is a building inspector, 68, Martha 57, L. Ray 33 a mail carrier, and Daniel 17.
In 1930 Sterling, Charles is 76, Martha 56, and
daughter Irma Manahan 41 is widowed, a secretary at the high school. Daniel is 27, a mail carrier.
In 1940 Sterling, Charles and Martha still have Irma Manahan, and she's still a secretary at a school.
Charles Leander Goodwin, born 1851 in New Brunswick, Canada, died in 1940, buried in Sterling # 54925240.
Martha Darlin (Tidwell) Goodwin 1862-1960 is also buried there.
William M. Tidwell 1875-1947 # 58284086 and Lillian D. (Frost) Tidwell are also buried in Sterling.
Sterling December 29, 1899
Leander Ray Goodwin 1886-1983 is buried in Sterling, with Katherine (Fletcher) Goodwin 1886-1986.
Irma Manahan filed for a widow's pension June 23, 1924.
Carl Grant Manahan died March 27, 1924
and is buried in Sterling, # 54926345.
Carl Manahan had filed for an invalid pension March 7, 1905 from Nebraska, for service in G. 14th U.S Infanthry.
Carl had been in Furnas County, Nebraska in 1910, born 1880 in New York. He's with arents William T. 66 born in New York and Mary E. 58 Wisconsin.
Irma (Goodwin) Walraven 1888-1983 is buried in Sterling # 55145842, with Clyde Walraven 18941976.
Clyde married Irma Prisila Goodwin Manahan on November 05, 1944 in Sterling, CO.
Daniel Goodwin married Esther Sharman July 20, 1930, recorded in Phillips COunty.
He's a postal carrier in 1940 Sterling,
37, with Esther 31 born in Nebraska and Diane 6.
Esther Marie Sharman Goodwin 1908-1996 died in Sussex County, Delaware, buried in Kent County # 9916573. "wife of Daniel Goodwin - married July 20, 1930 Sterling Colorado"
Daniel 1902-2001 is buried with her, # 9916583.
" Daniel Goodwin of Milford died of pneumonia Saturday, March 10, 2001, in Bayhealth-Milford Memorial Hospital, Milford. He was 98.
Mr. Goodwin was born Oct. 14, 1902, in Sterling, Colo., the son of the late Charles Leander and Martha Tidwell Goodwin, pioneers in the settlement of this community.
He and his family moved to Bell, Calif., in 1949. He retired in December1965 after 45 years as a letter carrier, parcel postman and supervisor in the U.S. Postal Service, serving in both Sterling and Bell.
Upon retirement he and his wife lived in Norwalk, Conn., before moving to Milford in 1970. Retirement gave them the shared enjoyment of gardening and travel.
Mr. Goodwin was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Milford, past master of Sterling Lodge No. 54, A.F. & A.M., member of Sterling Chapter No. 47 and Sterling Commandery No. 35 of York Rite of Free Masonry, Past Worthy Patron, Sterling Chapter 68, and Order of Eastern Star. He was also a member of the Letter Carriers Association, a 24-year member of the Sterling Volunteer Fire Department, a Boy Scout leader and a volunteer first aid instructor with the American Red Cross during World War II. He also was a member of the Milford Senior Center and the Friends of the Milford Museum.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 66 years, Esther S. Goodwin; his brother, Leander Ray Goodwin; his sister, Irma P. Walraven; two brothers-in-law, Ray S. Sharman and Lester R. Sharman; and two sisters-in-law, L. Irene McCarthy and Dixie K. Sharman.
He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Diane M. and Charles H. Burkhart of Milford; a grandson and his wife, Charles W. and Leigh Burkhart of Titusville, Fla.; two granddaughters and their families, Mary Lynn and James F. Salem, Matthew, Jennifer and Beth, all of Sunrise, Fla., and Ruth Ann and David R. Harrell Sr., David Jr., Amanda and Alexis, all of Margate, Fla.; two sisters-in-law, Lucille G. Sharman of Holyoke, Colo., and Billie P. Smith of San Diego; a nephew; two great-nieces; a great-nephew; two great-great nieces; and three great-great nephews.
Friends may call from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Rogers Funeral Home, 301 Lakeview Ave. in Milford, where a Masonic Service will be held at 7 p.m.
Service will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Burial will be in Barratts Chapel Cemetery, Frederica. "
One tree said Montrose Goodwin and Charles were the sons of Daniel Goodwin 1804-1890 dying in Nova Scotia and Eliza Snow Chappell 1814-1906 dying in Bellingham, Washington.
Eliza is buried in Bellingham, per # 7453234.
Miss Jennie Roller married M.R. Goodwin, both of Sterling, on August 8 1887 in Logan County, Colorado.
Sallie J. Goodwin (formerly Sallie J. Roller) cash-claimed a quarter in 35, 8N 50W in 1891.
October 2, 1898 "Mont Goodwin went to Kersey this morning to figure on an extensive carpentering contract for
Supt. Painter of the Gulf. He will go on to Denver after concluding his business at Kersey."
October 14, 1898 "Dr. J. N. Hall and Dr. Freeman of
Denver, accompanied by Mont Goodwin, spent Tuesday and
Wednesday on an antelope hunt in the Pawnee Buttes
country. They returned last night and report a very
pleasant and successful trip. Drs. Hall and Freeman
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Goodwin while
in the city."
October 31, 1898 "Mont Goodwin received a handsome present from Drs . Hall and Freeman of Denver lassnighl . "
March 10, 1899 "George A. Henderson commenced work
yesterday preparatory to the erection of an immense
warehouse in the the rear of his hardware store and
extending to the alley. The fence, stable and other
buildings wore torn down and moved. Mont Goodwin has the
contract for the new building."
August 25, 1899 "W.J. Headrich, Tom Wells and Mont
Goodwin returned last night from a hunt in which they
only got within a half mile of any game, but had a
December 28, 1899 "Mont Goodwin, of Denver, was a Xmas visitor."
January 19, 1900 "Jim Wells meatmarket
looks very swell and allee samee very nice
with the addition of the new circular
counter, of which Mont Goodwin
was architect. Mont does first-class work
hence the counter is a beauty."
April 20, 1900 "Mont Goodwin came in from Denver last night.
Mont has been in Denver for several weeks past, but he didn't find any place as good
May 18, 1900 "Mont Goodwin is putting the finishing
touches on a brand new boat for Powell & Dillon,
which will be used on the ranch as a transport over the
Platte. Mont is doing a fine job, as he always does
at whatever he undertakes."
In 1900 Logan County, Montrose Goodwin was born July 1853 in Canada is a carpenter,
married 12 years to Sarah J. Feb 1859 Ohio, a dressmaker. She's had one child, not living. They have three lodgers.
In 1910 Sterling, Mont is a carpenter, 57, Jennie 40, with three lodgers.
In 1920 Sterling, M. R. Goodwin is a carpenter 66, born in Canada, immigrating in 1879, a permanent alien. Jennie 62 was born in Ohio. They have four lodgers with them.
Montrose, per one tree, died in Sterling in 1925.
Montrose's inheritance tax was in Logan County court March 30, 1931.
Jennie is widowed in 1930 Sterling, 73, with two lodgers - Jonas Atkins 61
born in New York (with the Goodwins in 1920, too), and William Eidt 55 born in French Canada.
Daniel Goodwin and Eliza Chappell,
both born in New Brunswick, had Calvin Goodwin Dec 8, 1916 in Latah County, Idaho ???.
Calvin was in Las Animas County, Colorado in 1885, a physician, 44 born with Eliza 40 both born in Canada.
Robert 14 was born in Kansas, Marion 10 and Constance 7 in Colorado (this is probably not right - they were in South Dakota in 1880).
They're in South Dakota in 1900, and in Latah County Idaho in 1910. Calvin is farming, 68, Elisa 64, Robert 38, and Birdie B. 22.
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