Transcribed from Case: "Enlisted in the U.S. service in the war with Mexico; never returned, and no report was ever received of his death."1
Children of Elizabeth Ogle and James Goodrich
Mary Ann Goodrich1
Family: Mary Ann Goodrich and James Purdy
Family: James Purdy and Mary Ann Goodrich
Children of Lois Bidwell and Stephen Goodrich
- John Goodrich1 b. 28 Sep 1783, d. 1863
- Nathaniel Goodrich+1 b. 11 Dec 1785, d. 25 Jan 1843
- Ruth Goodrich1 b. 18 May 1788
- William Goodrich+1 b. 28 Nov 1790, d. 24 Jul 1836
- Josiah Goodrich+1 b. 13 Aug 1793, d. 13 Feb 1862
- Anna Goodrich1 b. 2 Nov 1796
- Lois Goodrich1 b. 8 Jun 1799
- Chauncey Goodrich+1 b. 17 Dec 1803
- Lucy Goodrich1 b. 10 Aug 1805
Transcribed from Case: "went with the family to Cayuga County, N.Y., in 1809; enlisted in the War of 1812, in Col. Fleming's regiment, under Gen. Winfield Scott; was in fourteen battles; was near Gen. Scott when wounded at the battle of Lundy's Lane. He fought during one whole day from morning until night, during which time he supplied himself with ammunition four times from those fallen on the field, and twice with guns, his having become too foul for use; he went through the war, a most efficient soldier, uninjured; settled on a farm at Ludlowville, N.Y. where he lived the remainder of his days."4
Family: John Goodrich and Mercy Lewis
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 102.
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 175.
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 176.
- [S2] Lafayette Wallace Case M.D., The Goodrich Family in America, page 175 and 176.
Children of Nathaniel Goodrich and Hannah Adams
Family: Ruth Goodrich and Thomas Chipman
Family: Thomas Chipman and Ruth Goodrich
Children of William Goodrich and Sally VanNatten
Children of Josiah Goodrich and Betsey Greenleaf
Family: Anna Goodrich and Thomas King
Family: Thomas King and Anna Goodrich
Family: Lois Goodrich and Chauncey Trumbull
Family: Chauncey Trumbull and Lois Goodrich
Transcribed from Case: "went with his parents to Cayuga County, N.Y., in 1809; at the age of 19 years he went on foot to Chautauqua County, N.Y., without means to aid him; took up one hundred acres of land, put up a log-house, chopped three acres, and sold out for $100; then with knapsack on back, he returned to Monroe County, N.Y; worked for three years for from $8 to $12 dollars a month; went back to Chautauqua County, and again took up one hundred acres of land; paid for it, put up a log-house two miles into the woods, and went to housekeeping; began clearing off the land, and continued his work until he had a fine farm of two hundred and seventy-five acres; here he lived for twenty-eight years. In 1855, he left the farm in the charge of his son and moved to the quiet little village of Delanti, two miles away, where they lived and celebrated their golden wedding in 1877; she died in 1880; he still lives (1887.)2"