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Joseph B. Goddard (1761 - 1844)

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Joseph B. Goddard
Born in Fauquier, Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Fauquier County, Virginiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Fleming, Kentuckymap
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Biography

Jospeh Goddard enlisted at the age of 16. He married Oct 10, 1779 to Frances Glasscock the step daughter of Henry Rector. He later moved to Fleming Co, Kentucky with Burtis Ringo whose wife Hannah Rector, was a cousin of Frances. Ringo also served in the 10th regiment. Frances mother was Mary Henren who married 1st. November 28, 1759 to John Glasscock.

Rev war hero

Burial

Goddard Cemetery Poplar Plains Fleming County Kentucky, USA

Resarch Notes

Joseph and Frances had 7 sons and 6 daughters
BURI PLAC Goddard Cem. Fleming Co., Ky.
Vital statistics for living individuals are suppressed out of respect for the living.
REFN: 7
Jospeh Goddard enlisted at the age of 16. He married Oct 10, 1779 to
Frances Glasscock the step daughter of Henry Rector. He later moved to
Fleming Co, Kentucky with Burtis Ringo whose wife Hannah Rector, was a
cousin of Frances. Ringo also served in the 10th regiment.
Frances mother was Mary Henren who married 1st. November 28, 1759 to John
Glasscock.
Joseph was 24 years old, married with two children when they settled in
Ohio County, Va (now WV). Later they moved on to Kentucky.
His father John relocated his family from Fauquier County Va, in about
1785. They first aimed to settle in the Northwest Territory in what is
now Harrison Co. Ohio. Ejected from there as squatters by the U. S. Army,
they settled or were resettled in Ohio and Brooks counties of VA (WV).
They lived there about 10 years, until 1795, when John Sr. and Mary moved
to Fleming County, Kentucky.
Joseph and John seem to have owned land ajacent to each other in many
locations.
Was a soldier in the American Revolutionary War. JOSEPH GODDARDB. 4078 Joseph Goddard was born September 27, 1761. The placeof his birth and names of his parents are not shown. While aresident of Fauquier County, Virginia, he enlisted January 16,1777, served as private and corporal in Captain ThomasBlackwell's Company, Colonel Edward Stevens' Virginia regimentuntil December 1778: during the period of his service, he was inthe battles of Brandywine and Mammoth. He enlisted in April1779, served until September 1779, in Colonel John Green'sVirginia regiment, and was in the battle of Stony Point. JosephGoddard moved about 1783 from Fauquier County, Virginia, to RedStone County, then after several years, to Fleming County,Kentucky. Joseph Goddard was allowed pension on his applicationexecuted August 9, 1832, at which time he resided in FlemingCounty Kentucky. He died in that county, June 28, 1844. Thesoldier married September 20, 1780, in Fauquier County,Virginia, Frances, whose maiden name is not shown. Shortlyafter the death of her husband, she moved with one of her sonsto Switzerland County, Indiana. Joseph Goddard and his wife,Frances, had twelve children, all of whom lived to be grown:nine of their children survived their father, Joseph Goddard.In 1845, their residences were said to be in Kentucky, Ohio,Indiana, Illinois and Iowa. The only name designated was thatof a daughter, Sarah Smithson, who resided in SwitzerlandCounty, Indiana, in 1853. In 1845, Hannah Ringo and her husband,Burtis Ringo who was aged eight-three, were residents of FlemingCounty, Kentucky. She state that she was the cousin of Frances,who married Joseph Goddard, and that they had lived as neighborsboth in Fauquier County, Virginia, and in Kentucky. REFN: 7
Jospeh Goddard enlisted at the age of 16. He married Oct 10, 1779 to
Frances Glasscock the step daughter of Henry Rector. He later moved to
Fleming Co, Kentucky with Burtis Ringo whose wife Hannah Rector, was a
cousin of Frances. Ringo also served in the 10th regiment.
Frances mother was Mary Henren who married 1st. November 28, 1759 to John
Glasscock.
Joseph was 24 years old, married with two children when they settled in
Ohio County, Va (now WV).Later they moved on to Kentucky.
His father John relocated his family from Fauquier County Va, in about
1785. They first aimed to settle in the NorthwestTerritory in what is
now Harrison Co. Ohio. Ejected from there as squatters by the U. S. Army,
they settled or were resettled in Ohio and Brooks countiesof VA (WV).
They lived there about 10 years, until 1795, when John Sr. and Mary moved
to Fleming County, Kentucky.
Joseph and John seem to have owned land ajacent to each other in many
locations. REFN: 7
Jospeh Goddard enlisted at the age of 16. He married Oct 10, 1779 to
Frances Glasscock the step daughter of Henry Rector. He later moved to
Fleming Co, Kentucky with Burtis Ringo whose wife Hannah Rector, was a
cousin of Frances. Ringo also served in the 10th regiment.
Frances mother was Mary Henren who married 1st. November 28, 1759 to John
Glasscock.
Joseph was 24 years old, married with two children when they settled in
Ohio County, Va (now WV).Later they moved on to Kentucky.
His father John relocated his family from Fauquier County Va, in about
1785. They first aimed to settle in the NorthwestTerritory in what is
now Harrison Co. Ohio. Ejected from there as squatters by the U. S. Army,
they settled or were resettled in Ohio and Brooks countiesof VA (WV).
They lived there about 10 years, until 1795, when John Sr. and Mary moved
to Fleming County, Kentucky.
Joseph and John seem to have owned land ajacent to each other in many
locations. REFN: 7
Jospeh Goddard enlisted at the age of 16. He married Oct 10, 1779 to
Frances Glasscock the step daughter of Henry Rector. He later moved to
Fleming Co, Kentucky with Burtis Ringo whose wife Hannah Rector, was a
cousin of Frances. Ringo also served in the 10th regiment.
Frances mother was Mary Henren who married 1st. November 28, 1759 to John
Glasscock.
Joseph was 24 years old, married with two children when they settled in
Ohio County, Va (now WV).Later they moved on to Kentucky.
His father John relocated his family from Fauquier County Va, in about
1785. They first aimed to settle in the NorthwestTerritory in what is
now Harrison Co. Ohio. Ejected from there as squatters by the U. S. Army,
they settled or were resettled in Ohio and Brooks countiesof VA (WV).
They lived there about 10 years, until 1795, when John Sr. and Mary moved
to Fleming County, Kentucky.
Joseph and John seem to have owned land ajacent to each other in many
locations.

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