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51 "Descendants of Francis LeBaron of Plymouth Mass" shows marriage date of 9/3/1873
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Archer family records confirm marriage date of 9/3/1873 and adds that she was married in St John's church Wytheville, VA by her father (Rev Frederick Dean Goodwin and Rev. F. D. Forrest
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Family F128
 
52 "Descendants of Francis LeBaron of Plymouth Mass" shows middle name of Carter (Sallie Carter Crump)
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"Descendants of Francis LeBaron of Plymouth Mass" shows death date of 1880
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Archer Family Records show name as Sallie Corlis Crump and date of death as 26 Aug 1880
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Newspaper Obituary in Archer Family Records
"GOODWIN-Entered into rest on Thursday, August 26th, 1890, in Salem, Roanoke county, Va., Sallie Carter Crump Goodwin, wife of Rev. R. A. Goodwin, and daughter of the late Dr. William and Mrs. Alice G. Crump of Albemarle, in the twenty-first year of her age.
So has passed away from the friends who loved to the God who gave her one of those sweet spirits whom we can so hardly spare save for the brighter ministry of heaven. From earliest childhood she realized her duties and her privileges as a “child of God,” and the characteristics of her whole life were her devotion to duty and her simple-hearted trust in the Saviour. Led by the dealings of God’s providence, in her girlhood’s days she learned the responsibilities of womanhood, and became the stay and solace of a widowed mother. Called at an early age to the duties of wife and mother, she performed them well, to the glory of God. In her own home she developed to a remarkable degree those lovely Christian graces which so plainly mark the life hid with Christ in God. The heart of her husband did safely trust in her, and he found her a ready and efficient helper in the work of turning souls into righteousness.
Her end was a fitting one to such a life. Her work and her sufferings finished, at once she slept in Jesus; and as the daylight of heavenly rest broke upon the happy soul a smile of joy left its impress on the face of the dead. The Father had gathered home His own, yet left us the precious example of one who walked humbly with God and glorified Him in every relation of life.
“Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God.”
E.L.G. [Rev Edward Lewis Goodwin was brother in law of Sallie Carter Crump Goodwin]
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Newspaper IN MEMORIUM in the Archer Family Records
"In Memoriam
MRS. R. A. GOODWIN
At a meeting of the members of St. John’s church, held August 20th, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted:
We have met this evening to render a tribute of sympathy to our beloved pastor, occasioned by the death of his cherished wife, who passed away from our midst on Sunday last to where beyond these voices there is perfect peace.
The following is a just tribute to the memory of one whose demise has filled so many hearts with sorrow.
The beauty and purity and eternity of the virtues which ever animated the bosom of the new entombed one it is the melancholy pleasure to record, which brings with it no sting, but “death swallowed up in victory.”
Kind, gentle and affable, none could approach our beloved sister without being impressed by the amiability and fullness of heart that her excessive modesty could not conceal. In the domestic circle her virtues shone with a most cheerful radiance, and that circle, alas, suffers the darkest eclipse from death.
Now the altar round which clustered the sympathies and hopes and loves of a family which were wont to commune is draped in cypress, but at the foot of that altar and by the side of that cypress is the “nether end of a bow” stretching far heavenward and spanning the mournful scene with the glittering promise of a reunion above. May that promise be fulfilled, and the loved ones below regard the beloved as “not dead, but gone before.” We cannot measure our sympathy in words, but we can try to imitate her beautiful Christian ideal, which was love and charity to all, and practiced in her daily life.
Resolved, That we assure the bereaved family of our tender sympathy and Christian love in this time of deep distress.
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings be conveyed to the family, and a copy be published in the daily papers.
Mrs. S. REED, Chairman,
Mrs. S. CRUMP,
Mrs. ESTIS,
Mrs. McMINN,
Mrs. F. J. CRAIGIE,
Mrs. G. S. CURRIE, Committee
Mrs. B. HOWARD,
Miss S. WILLIAMS,
Mrs. JOHN F. MAYER,
Mrs. JAS. SHIELDS,
Mrs. J. E.FITZ
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Crump, Sarah "Sallie" Carter (I123)
 
53 "Descendants of Jaquelin Ambler", pg 6, states, "Ann Ambler, the sixth child of Jaquelin Ambler and Rebecca Burwell, married George Fisher at Gielston the 29th May, 1795, ..... (Gielston was a part of the 40 acres commonly known as 'Buchanan's Spring." and now at the head of Broad street, on a lower part of whcih the new brick depot of the R., F.&P.R.R. is built.)
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Family F410
 
54 "Descendants of John Marshall" (p 37) provided the name of John Marshall's wife and the dates of her lifetime:
3/17/1766 - 12/25/1831
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Ambler, Mary Willis (I832)
 
55 "Descendants of John Marshall", p 37, provided date and place of marriage between John Marshall and Mary Willis Ambler
m - 1/3/1783 at Yorktown, VA
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Family F235
 
56 "Descendants of John Marshall", p 90, indicates Thomas Marshall
- married Margaret W. :Lewis 10/19/1809
- Margaret was born in 1792
- Margaret ided in 2/2/1829
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Lewis, Margaret Wardrop (I833)
 
57 "Descendants of John Marshall", p 90, indicates Thomas Marshall
- was born 7/21/1784 in Richmond
- died in Baltimore, MD 6/29/1835
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Pedigree chart found in Maria Lee Goodwin Firth's estate showed
- Name was Thomas Marshall
- rank was Col.
- died 29 Jun 1835, in Baltimore, MD
- married to Margaret Wardrop Lewis
(Pedigree Chart believed to have been developed by Mary Frances "Mamie" Goodwin in conjunction with Edward Goodwin Ballard)
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Marshall, Col. Thomas (I802)
 
58 "Descendants of John Marshall", p. 192, indicates that John Thomas Smith
- married Margaret Lewis Smith
- 9/25/1845
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Roots Web World Connect provided
- locations of birth and death
- date of death
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Marshall, Margaret Lewis (I791)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Goodwin, William Withers (I2183)
 
60 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- born in Germany as Stophel Riebel
- eloped with Katrinka Brenckenhof
- entered country in Philadelphia
- served as surgeon during the Revolutionary War
- about 1782, moved family to Franklin County, VA and settled on Gill's Creek
- wife died there in 1792
- nine (9) children were raised, four born in Pennsylvania, and five born in VA
- Dr Christopher Ribble married Anna Maria Kegley (2nd wife) on 7 Feb 1794
- bought land in 1794 near Blacksburg, VA on Toms Creek built a home called 'Sandy Mound'
- had eight children, two of which were physicians (Henry and John)
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Ribble, Christopher (I990)
 
61 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- Dr Christopher Ribble married Anna Maria Kegley (2nd wife) on 7 Feb 1794
- bought land in 1794 near Blacksburg, VA on Toms Creek built a home called 'Sandy Mound'
- had eight children, two of which were physicians (Henry and John) 
Kegley, Anna Maria (I991)
 
62 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- lived in Winston Salem, NC
- faculty at Wake Forest University 
O'Flaherty, James Carneal (I985)
 
63 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- lived in Winston Salem, NC 
Ribble, Lucy Maupin (I401)
 
64 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- marriage was 12 Sep 1912
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Family F233
 
65 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- married Warren H. Eversole on Jan 9, 1935
- Warren died 2 Mar 1953
- married Thomas Richard richardson 12 Sept 1971
- lived in Roanoke, VA
- died 7 Feb 1981 
Ribble, Ella "Elsie" Sylvester (I402)
 
66 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- son of Dr. Henry Ribble
- practiced medicine near Blacksburg VA (home at Sandy Mound)
- moved to Mt Hope, West virginia.
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Ribble, Dr. Henry Dewey (I993)
 
67 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- son of Dr. John Ribble
- practiced medicine near Blacksburg VA
- upon retirement moved to Montcello, Jefferson County, FL
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Ribble, Dr. George Washington (I994)
 
68 "Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- son of Christopher Ribble and Anna Maria Kegley
- practiced medicine near Blacksburg VA
- had a son, Henry Dewey Ribble who became a physician
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Ribble, Dr. Henry (I992)
 
69 "Physicians of the Ribble Family" - Dr Christopher Ribble married Anna Maria Kegley (2nd wife) on 7 Feb 1794
bought land in 1794 near Blacksburg, VA on Toms Creek built a home called 'Sandy Mound
had eight children, two of which were physicians (Henry and John)
Name: Christopher Ribble , Dr. 9Stophel Riebe
Birth: 6 NOV 1742 in Alsac Lorriane, Germany
Death: 15 APR 1836 in Montgomery, Virgininia
Christopher Ribble came from Germany to get away from the wars going on there. He was a surgeon and refused to bear arms but was conscripted to care of the soldiers anyway during the Revolutionary War here. He was wounded in battle and practiced medicine in Blackbury, West Virginia, [maybe just Virginia] after the war until he was ninety-seven years old. His war record is in the Library of Congress but since he was not in the army he has no army record, but he was commended for his service by General George Washington.

Christopher Ribble, Sr. resided on Tom's Creek in Montgomery Co., on lands he purchased from John Stewart. The tract was formerly owned by Robert Ritchie who had purchased it from Robert McGee. In November 1794 John Stewart of Maryland appointed his friend Thomas Hail Hale of Tom's Creek to make the deed and collect the money. Montgomery Will Book, p. 209. The deed was recorded for the 140 acres in County Deed Book B., p. 275 
Ribble, Christopher (I2502)
 
70 "Physiciians of the Ribble Family"
- talented musician
- graduate of Conservatory of Music in Milwaukee
- taught at the Conservatory of Music in Miwaukee 1887 - 1889
- married Dr. Whilliam Henry Ribble, Jan 23, 1890
- died Nov 26, 1890 of peritonitis six days after birth of Margaretha Antoinnette Ribble
- Not buried in the Wytheville, Va East End cemetery [WHY NOT?]
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Heuser, Margaretha Antoinetta (I981)
 
71 "United States Census, 1850," George W Ribble in household of Sarah Ribble (Roanoke county, part of, Roanoke, Virginia, United States)Name:George W Ribble Event:Census Event Date:1850 Event Place:Roanoke county, part of, Roanoke, Virginia, United States Gender:Male Age:19 Marital Status:Race (Original):Race (Expanded):Birthplace:Virginia Estimated Birth Year:1831 Dwelling House Number:541 Family Number:541 Line Number:18 NARA Publication Number:M432 NARA Roll Number:973 Film Number:444963 Digital Folder Number:004206463 Image Number:00182 HouseholdGenderAgeSarah Ribble F44F Josephus Ribble M21 George W Ribble M19John Ribble M17William H Ribble M14
1870 census
Florida, Monticello, forst page, Household #3
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Not sure of birth place: eiother Salem, Roanoke, VA, or Rockingham
Physicians of the Ribble Family"
- son of Dr. John Ribble
- practiced medicine near Blacksburg VA
- upon retirement moved to Montcello, Jefferson County, FL 
Ribble, Dr. George Washington (I2479)
 
72 "United States Census, 1850," Sarah Ribble in household of Sarah Ribble (Roanoke county, part of, Roanoke, Virginia, United States)Name:Sarah Ribble Event:Census Event Date:1850 Event Place:Roanoke county, part of, Roanoke, Virginia, United States Gender:Female Age:44 Marital Status:Race (Original):Race (Expanded):Birthplace:Virginia Estimated Birth Year:1806 Dwelling House Number:541 Family Number:541 Line Number:16 NARA Publication Number:M432 NARA Roll Number:973 Film Number:444963 Digital Folder Number:004206463 Image Number:00182 HouseholdGenderAge Sarah Ribble F44F Josephus Ribble M21George W Ribble M19John Ribble M17William H Ribble M14Source Citation"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8DG-Q2P : accessed 9 April 2012), Sarah Ribble in household of Sarah Ribble (Roanoke county, part of, Roanoke, Virginia, United States). Houtz, Sarah (I2498)
 
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Name:Virginia C Conrad Residence:, Rockingham, Virginia Ward:The Town Of Harrisonburg Age:26 years Estimated Birth Year:1834 Birthplace:Virginia Gender:Female Page:25 Family Number:177 Film Number:805379 DGS Number:4298874 Image Number:00029 NARA Number:M653 Source Citation"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHMW-B67 : accessed 9 April 2012), Virginia C Conrad (, Rockingham, Virginia).
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Name:Virginia Conrad Event:Census Event Date:1850 Event Place:Rockingham county, part of, Rockingham, Virginia, United States Gender:Female Age:16 Marital Status:Race (Original):Race (Expanded):Birthplace:Virginia Estimated Birth Year:1834 Dwelling House Number:2416 Family Number:2421 Line Number:30 NARA Publication Number:M432 NARA Roll Number:974 Film Number:444964 Digital Folder Number:004206464 Image Number:00351 HouseholdGenderAgeGeorge Conrad M64Susan Conrad F57Donetta Conrad F39William Conrad M37Geo O Conrad M27Elizabette Conrad F24Martha Conrad F23Mary F Conrad F20 Virginia Conrad F16


Woodbine Cemetery
Section 4 - Page 6 
Conrad, Virginia Catherine (I2480)
 
74 "We and Our Kinsfolk", p 68, reports
--Lewisanna Goodwin, b. 21 Feb 1853, d. 16 April 1864
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Goodwin, Lousiabbie (I493)
 
75 "We and Our Kinsfolk", p 68, reports
-- Nathan W. Goodwin, of Detroit, MI, Secretary of the "Fort Wayne & Elmwood railway Co."
---marred Mrs. Ella J. (Balsley) Woodward and has children
---Lewis LeBaron Goodwin
--- Carrie Goodwin
--- Ella Goodwin
--- Nathan B Goodwin
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E.L. Goodwin's Ancestry an History indicates:
- (Pg 15) Nathan Whiting , of Detroit Mich ... is married and has several children. 
Goodwin, Nathan Whiting (I491)
 
76 "We and Our Kinsfolk", p 68, reports
- a birth date o 28 Aug 1818
- married Abby Ann Whiting, 9 July 1843
- died 7 Sept 1852
- had children:
-- Nathan W. Goodwin, of Detroit, MI, Secretary of the "Fort Wayne & Elmwood railway Co."
---marred Mrs. Ella J. (Balsley) Woodward and has children
---Lewis LeBaron Goodwin
--- Carrie Goodwin
--- Ella Goodwin
--- Nathan B Goodwin
-- Susan A Goodwin,
--- married 18 Nov 1873, Honorable John S. Morgan of Groton CT and had one child
--- Clara B. Morgan
--Lewisanna Goodwin, b. 21 Feb 1853, d. 16 April 1864
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Whiting, Abby Ann (I490)
 
77 "We and Our Kinsfolk", p 68, reports
Nathan W. Goodwin, of Detroit, MI, Secretary of the "Fort Wayne & Elmwood railway Co."
---marred Mrs. Ella J. (Balsley) Woodward and has children
---Lewis LeBaron Goodwin
--- Carrie Goodwin
--- Ella Goodwin
--- Nathan B Goodwin
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Balsley, Ella J. (I1032)
 
78 "We and Our Kinsfolk", p.68, says that he was a volunteer soldier who died at New Berne, NC.
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E.L. Goodwin's Ancestry and History indicates:
- (Pg 13) Edward Allen , was a teacher, - entered the Union Army and died in hospital at Newberne N.C. in 1862 aged 24. His remains were carried home for interment. [Note: Age at death implies date of birth of 1838] 
Goodwin, Edward Allen (I483)
 
79 - a senior partner in the New York law firm of Douglas, Armitage & McCann Armitage, Paul (I51)
 
80 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Armitage, Alice Emily (I30)
 
81 - insurance agent in New York and Fairfield, Conn. Armitage, Thomas Watson (I28)
 
82 ---------- extracted from a copy of a page froma spiral bound document in the possession of W. E. Keithley Jr (11/26/10) ----
In late 1939 and early 1940, Enos Keithley was one of the men involved in looking for a permanent home for summer camping, the result of which was Camp Lowden.

Ken Merwin recalls the following:

"Mr. Keithley was an elderly Scouter from Dixon and a frequent storyteller at campfires. He was active in the Order of the Arrow and noted for making decorative powder horns from bovine horns. Mr. Keithley made two horns that went along with an original legend, and were filled with ashes from the last campfire for Ted Kjellstrom and me when we retired from the camp staff in 1956."

Mr Keithley also served on the Order of the Arrow lodge executive committee and was one of the first three Brotherhood members of the lodge. His daughter Retta Jean recalls that he told Paul Bunyon stories and also made his own American Indian costume which he later donated to Sauk Valley Community College.

He was interested in arrowheads and also made neckerchief slides. For many years there has been a display of arrowheads in the Main Lodge, compiled and collected by Mr. Keithley and Howard Gill.

In 1939 the Order of the Arrow Lodge totem was selected by Mr. Keithley from his collection of neckerchief slides. The totem consisted of a hammered copper arrowhead suspended around the neck with a lether thong. He received vigil honor in 1946, the same year as Bill Mulford. He was also a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award in 1947.

Mr. Keithley passed away in 1970
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Keithley, William Enos (I10)
 
83 1 of 7 sisters
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Gravestone shows
birth - 5/11/1848
death - 4/14/1917
Father - samuel J. Rutherfoord
Mother - Frances C. Rutherfoord
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"A Link Among the Days" notes that
- Letitia was the Superintendent of the Norwood Sunday School held at Christ Episcopal Church
- Frank and Letitia moved to Wytheville, VA sometime before 1889. (p 33)
- by 1906 had moved in with her son WAR (p.76) in Williamsburg
- in July 1909, returned to Wytheville as WAR was called to St Paul's in Rochester NY (p 86)

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Rutherfoord, Letitia Moore (I125)
 
84 1. News clip. March 10, 1900. Washington Times. Death of Hon B.G. Patterson, member of Va. House of Delegates. Mr. Patterson was father of Mrs. George W. Ribble, wife of Postal Telegraph manager. (first wife ??). Pneumonia. Age 67. Native of Augusta. During war, served on staff of Gen J. E.B Stuart and was conspicuous for his gallantry. Patterson, Benjamin G. (I2496)
 
85 10/16/07
Niece Cyane Williams reported birth and death dates of:
birth: 2/5/1927 or 2/6/1927 (my records showed 2/4/1927)
death: 2/26/1996
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10/21/07
Gravestone at Yeocomico Episcopal Church shows:
1927-1996
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Goodwin, Edward 'Bish" LeBaron (I169)
 
86 10/21/07
Gravestone at Yeocomico Episcopal Church shows
DOB: 3/13/1893
DOD: 10/13/1955
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Moncure, Blanch Elbert (I167)
 
87 12/17/1981 Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal Obituary for Alice Goodwin Jones indicating that a surviving daughter was Mrs. Mary ruffin Mason of Atlanta and Mrs. Alice Goodwin Jones of Wolftown.
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2/15/1996 Obituary in Gloucester-Mathes Gazette-Journal for Dr. Robert Archer Goodwin Jones indicated that he had two surviving sisters
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9 Oct 2005 Obiturary in Charlottesville VA Daily Progress for Dr. Edward Valentine Jones listed his sister Alice Goodwin Jones as surviving.
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Descendants of Edward III, by Barry Christopher Noonan, Madison, WI, October, 2003, at http://www.angelfire.com/realm3/ruvignyplus/index.html provided
- 16 Jan 1921 birthday for Alice Goodwin Jones
- marriage to Walker Lewis Jones on 29 June 1940
- Sarah Carter Jones daughter of Alice and Walker with birthday of 21 Oct 1942
- Cary Page Jones as son of Alice and Walker with birthday of 18 May 1945
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Obituary in the Daily Press, 31 Jan 2011
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Alice Goodwin Jones of Charlottesville, died Jan. 27, 2011 of cancer. She was 90 years old. Mrs. Jones was born in Hampton, Va., to Edward Valentine Jones and Alice Crump Goodwin Jones. Alice was the youngest of five children. Her three brothers and sister preceded her in death.
Alice graduated from Hampton High School and attended the College of William and Mary. On June 29, 1940, she and Walker Lewis Jones were married at her family home. They built a house in Newport News (Warwick) and raised four children there for 26 years; then lived in Falls Church for 10 years; Wolftown for 20 years and Stanardsville for 10 years. They moved to Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge in Charlottesville in 2006. She lived in Virginia for her entire life and often said that she had never seen a prettier place.
Alice was a homemaker who was devoted to her husband and children. The family often took camping trips to the mountains. After the children were grown, she and Walker continued to travel in their camper, visiting the country's scenic wonders, especially the National Parks. At home, she loved growing her own flower and vegetable gardens, and creating floral arrangements with the Madison Garden Club. She was a longtime member of Piedmont Episcopal Church in Madison.
Left to remember Alice are her husband of 70 years, Walker Jones;
daughter Sarah "Sallie" Carter Jones Rogallo and husband, Robert of Los Altos Hills, Calif.;
daughter, Cary Page Jones Carlson and husband, Edward of Salida, Colo.;
son, Walker Lewis Jones Jr. and wife, Laurene of Annandale, Va.;
son, Ashton Blair Jones III and wife, Erica of Newport, Va.;
grandsons, Walker Lewis Jones III and wife, Sarah of Herndon, Va.;
William Edward Jones and wife, Brooke of Cameron, N.C.; and
eight great-grandchildren, Walker IV, Levi, Benjamin, Dallas, Montanna, Nathan, Haley, and Lily. Her sister-in-law, Jane Dabney Jones; and nephew, Edward "Tuck" Jones also cherish their many visits with her over the years. ----------------------------------------- 
Jones, Alice Goodwin (I107)
 
88 12/17/1981 Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal Obituary for Alice Goodwin Jones indicating that a surviving daughter was Mrs. Mary ruffin Mason of Atlanta and Mrs. Alice Goodwin Jones of Wolftown.
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2/15/1996 Obituary in Gloucester-Mathes Gazette-Journal for Dr. Robert Archer Goodwin Jones indicated that he had two surviving sisters
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10/9/2005 Obituary in Charlottesville Daily Progress did not list Mary as surviving her brother.
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Jones, Mary Ruffin (I105)
 
89 12/17/1981 Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal Obituary for Alice Goodwin Jones indicating that a surviving son was Dr. Edward Valentine Jones of Culpepper and Dr. Robert Archer Goodwin Jones of Ware Neck, VA
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2/15/1996 Obituary in Gloucester-Mathes Gazette-Journal for Dr. Robert Archer Goodwin Jones indicated that he had one surviving brother. By this time, Archer LeBaron Jones was already deceased.
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The University of Virginia Magazine Spring 2006
Edward Valentine Jones (Col ’31, Med ’35) of Stanardsville, Va., died Oct. 9, 2005. He was a medical officer in the U.S. Army during World War II. He served as a public health physician in Virginia, West Virginia and Kentucky. Survivors include his wife, Jane Dabney Jones (Educ ’56).
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Obituary published in the Charlottesville, VA Daily Progress on 10/13/2005
Edward Valentine Jones Jr., M.D., 95, of Standardsville, Va. died, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2005. Born July 16, 1910, in Newport News, Va., he was the son of the late Edward Valentine Jones and Alice Goodwin Jones. Dr. Jones attended Hampton, Va. public schools and the University of Virginia, where he received a M. D. degree in 1935. As a public health physician, he served in Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky. From 1941 to 1946 he was a medical officer in the United States Army. During later year,s his chief professional interests were research and teaching. He made his home in South Harpswell, Maine from 1964 to 1980. In 1981 he moved to Culpeper, VAa. and in 1996 to Stanardsville. He is survived by his wife, Jane Dabney Jones and their son and daughter-inlaw, Edward Valentine Jones III and Marionette Parker Jones; also by their children Ashley Ruffin Jones, Mark Hayden Jones and Sara Dabney Jones; one sister, Alice Goodwin Jones and her husband, Walker Lewis Jones and two sisters in-law, Virginia Jones and Martha Dabney Jones. -------------------------------------------
4/16/2010 Report from Sarah Lee Goodwin Klein.
- Contrary to the Obituary, Dr. Edward Valentine Jones was known to be practicing medicine in Charlottesville, VA between 1950 and 1957 by the Edward and Virginia Goodwin family, also living in Charlottesville during this time.
- Dr. Edward Valentine Jones and family attended St Pauls Episcopal church, along with the Edward and Virginia Goodwin family.
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Jones, Dr. Edward Valentine (I104)
 
90 12/17/1981 Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal Obituary for Alice Goodwin Jones indicating that a surviving son was Dr. Edward Valentine Jones of Culpepper and Dr. Robert Archer Goodwin Jones of Ware Neck, VA
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2/15/1996 Obituary in Gloucester-Mathes Gazette-Journal for Dr. Robert Archer Goodwin Jones "served the British Ministry of Health in 1941, and assisted England in the treatment of civilian war casualties. He was later commission in the U.S. Army Medical Corps and served oversea from 1943 - 1945. After the war, he was a physician at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Kecoughtan.
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Resided at Wesminster Canterbury, Irvington for the last decade of his life.
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Jones, Dr. Robert Archer Goodwin (I103)
 
91 14 Feb 1966 letter to Jean Moulton Goodwin discussed the Australian transition to the Dollar and the minor tibulations associated with the transition.
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received 6 Jan 1984 letter from Nance
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O'Neill, Nance S. (I332)
 
92 1870 Census lists 'Susan R.' as the housekeeper (and assumed wife) of George F. Harrison
1880 Census lists George F. Harrison as widower. Last chilld born 1872. Death must have been between 1872 - 1880 
Royall, Susan M. (I752)
 
93 1870 Census shows Edward V. Jones in Seminary at age 23
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Stowe's Clerical Directory, 1920-21
- Box 43, Rt. 2, Roxbury, VA, Retired
- b. Augusta, VA 4/29/1844
- Washington Coll, 1867
- VTS 1872, D01872, P-1873
- m. Mary Smith Ruffin, Prince George Co., VA Nov 27, 1873
- F. Trin Ch., Huntingotn, W. Va 1872-74
- Merchants Hope and St. Johns Ch., Prince George County, VA 1874-86
- Salem, VA 1886-89
- Gr. Ch. and S. John., Ch., Louisa, Co., 1889-1909
- Chr. Ch., S. Joh. Ch., West Pt., and Epiph Chapl. Urbanna, VA - 1 yr
- S. Luke ch., Essex, VA 1909-14
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Jones, Reverend Edward Valentine (I718)
 
94 1870 Census shows George F. Harrison as farmer
1870 Census shows wife as Susan R.
1860 Census shows wife as Rebecca H.
1850 Census shows wife as Inlio Page
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Birth records indicated Initial 'F.' is for Fisher.
Father and Mother are Carter Henry Harrison and Jenetta Fisher
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Goodwin family has a silver pitcher, inscribed to
"To Lieut. Geo. F. Harrison By the Goochland Light Dragoons In Token of their obligation to him for his efficient and disinterested Services as Secretary and Treasurer of their Company July 4th 1860"



Pitcher is assumed to have come into the family with the marriage of Mary Ambler Harrison to Robert Archer Goodwin I As of Aug 2007, the pitcher resides with Jane Carlyle Goodwin Mark.
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According to 'Descendants of Jaquelin Ambler,' pg 8, Eula Holman was George Fisher Harrison's 4th wife and there is no listing for Inlio Page as a wife of George Fisher Harrison
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Harrison, George Fisher (I58)
 
95 1880 census for Lovington, Nelson, VA indicated Arthur was 9, indicating DOB of 1871
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Believed to have had 2 children to Willie White
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"Descendants of Francis LeBaron of Plymouth Mass" shows birth date of 9/25/1870
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Ribble, Arthur LeBaron (I394)
 
96 1880 census for Lovington, Nelson, VA indicates age of 2, implying DOB of abt 1878
Frances is listed by her nickname "Fannie"
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"Descendants of Francis LeBaron of Plymouth Mass" shows birth date of 8/8/1877
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Archer Family Records indicate
- wife of Dr. T. G. Pretlow
- died in Chester VA on 9/21/0922
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Ribble, Frances "Fannie" Llewellyn (I397)
 
97 1880 Census Lovington, Nelson, VA shows George as age 6, indicating a DOB of abt 1874
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In Wytheville, 1899 photo
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"Descendants of Francis LeBaron of Plymouth Mass" shows birth date of 2/2/1874
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Stowe's Clerical Directory, 1920-21
- Houston VA, R. Antrim Par., Halifax Co., Va
- UVa
- VTS, B.D. 1900, DD 1923
- Deacon 1899, Priest 1900
- married Charlotte Pattie Old, Nov 14, 1901 - 2 children
- Missionary. at Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil;
- Pulaski, VA; Roanoke and Cornwall Pars., VA; Emporia VA
- Rector Antrim Parish, Halifax County, VA
- Arch Deacon Souther VA 1919-26
- Author: "Sementes da Verdade" (Portugese, 1903)
- Ed: Dio. Record of Sourther Virginia 1919-26
- Rector Trinity Church July 1926 -
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Ribble, Reverend George Wallace (I396)
 
98 1900 Census, 6/1/11900, Newport News, VA indicated that Mary B had been born in Nov 1872
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Archer family records indicated that Mary's full name was Margy Gordon Beale and her date of death was 12/25/1904
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Beale, Mary Gordon (I410)
 
99 1900 Census, 6/1/1900, Newport News, VA indicates John was born Jan 1900
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Archer Family records indicate a Jun 19, 1900 birthdate. Assume this was a poor reading of the handwriting and in conjunction with the 6/1/1900 census that the birthdate was Jan 19, 1900
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Ribble, John F. Jr (I412)
 
100 1900 Census, 6/1/1900, Newport News, VA, notes that Katchleen was born in Nov 1872 and has a middle initial of "A"
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Archer Family Records shows birth date of 10/12/1897
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Ribble, Kathleen A. (I411)
 

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