Family: James Smith and Harriet Goodrich
Walter C. Goodrich1
Children of Walter C. Goodrich and Minerva Beach
Children of Anna Bush and Zacheus Goodrich
Children of Amanda Landon and Zacheus Goodrich
Ezekiel Landon Goodrich1
Child of Ezekiel Landon Goodrich and Charlotte Brown
Children of Ezekiel Landon Goodrich and Hannah James
Family: Ezekiel Landon Goodrich and Sarah Jane Mead
Children of Ezekiel Landon Goodrich and Jenette M. Byington
Abiah Stocking Goodrich1
Family: Abiah Stocking Goodrich and Amos B. Harris M.D.
Amos B. Harris M.D.1
Family: Amos B. Harris M.D. and Abiah Stocking Goodrich
Elizabeth C. Goodrich1
Family: Elizabeth C. Goodrich and Wm. C. Sears
Wm. C. Sears1
Family: Wm. C. Sears and Elizabeth C. Goodrich
John Zacheus Goodrich1
Transcribed from Case: "learned the trade of carpenter and joiner; educated in the common school and the Lenox Academy, from which he entered the law office of Judge H. W. Bishop, of that town, as a student. When admitted to the bar, he united with his profession that of editor. He purchased the Argus of Pittsfield, united it with The Berkshire Star of Lenox, and gave it the name of The Eagle. His practice of law was comparatively brief, and mostly in West Stockbridge. Both this and his editorial work were exchanged for manufacturing pursuits. In 1847, he formed a partnership with Samuel G. Wheeler of New York City, under the chartered name of "The Glendale Woolen Company," in which he was concerned during the largest portion of his after-life. In 1848, he received the degree of M. A. from Williams College; elected State senator. In 1850, elected to represent the eleventh district in Congress, where he was continued for two successive terms. He was one of the leaders in the organization of the Republican party in 1856; elected lieutenant-governor of Massachusetts in 1860; appointed one of the peace commissioners by Gov. Andrews, to meet in Richmond, Va; elected presidential elector the same year, and cast his vote for Abraham Lincoln; appointed collector of the port of Boston in 1861, which position he held for four years; after which he retired to his home in Stockbridge. President of the Housatonic Railway Co; trustee of Williams College, and other like institutions; his income he devoted largely to public benefactions. In 1863-4, he erected a large, handsome, two-story stone building, donating the first floor to the town of Stockbridge for a public library, and the upper floor to the Congregational church in perpetuo; to Williams College he gave $55,000."4
Note: Case gives no clue as to which wife was the mother of these two children, or even if they had the same mother. I feel fairly confident that Sarah Worthington is the mother of these children but that is just an educated guess. As such, I have left that relationship undefined.
Family: John Zacheus Goodrich and Sarah Worthington
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 99.
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 172.
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 173.
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 172 and 173.