GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER AND MOTHER Goddard family photo
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GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER AND MOTHER

THIS IS A COPY OF A MINIATURE SET THAT BELONGED TO MY FATHER JOHN s, GODDARD,IT WAS HIS FATHERS GEORGE C.E. GODDARD WE DON'T HAVE THEIR NAMES OR DATES ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED

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THIS IS A COPY OF A MINIATURE SET THAT BELONGED TO MY FATHER JOHN S, GODDARD,IT WAS HIS FATHERS GEORGE C.E. GODDARD WE DON'T HAVE THEIR NAMES OR DATES ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED i WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF ANYONE RECOGNIZES THE UNIFORM ON THE MAN OR HAS A GOOD GUESS AS TO THE DATE IT IS A HAND PAINTED MINIATURE THAT THIS WAS TAKEN FROM

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Constance Kelly Hello, Cecelia:
Do you believe these are Goddards pictured?
I have Goddards/Godards in my family lineage. John Godard (b 1759, Granby,CT; d 1852 Canton, CT) was my 4th great-grandfather and a Revolutionary War veteran (recently verified as a new ancestor with the DAR). With his first wife, Lydia Cossitt, he had four children, one of whom was John L. Goddard (b 1790 Granby, CT; d bef 1870 in OH). Of the 13 total children John, Sr had, most of them moved to the Western Reserve in the early 1800s. Census records show him living in Portage and Ashtabula Counties. He married a Lucretia Could your father have had this John L Godard in his line? The only child I found for him was an Oscar F, b 1828, who lived in Brimfield, Portage, OH and the Ashtabula.
Could this be John L and Lucretia Godard? War of 1812?
Just some ideas.
Connie
Reply posted Jul 06, 2011 6:36 pm
Photo taken at NEW YORK USA on