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William Cridlebaugh
(1808-1888)
Elizabeth "Betty" Hayworth
(1806-1833)
George Cridlebaugh
(1830-1912)
Nancy Hannah Pennington
(1844-1878)

Maty Myrtle Cridlebaugh
(1869-1951)

 

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Charles William Goosic

Maty Myrtle Cridlebaugh

  • Born: 2 Feb 1869, Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa
  • Marriage: Charles William Goosic on 16 Jun 1885 in Beaver City, Furnas County, Nebraska
  • Died: 12 May 1951, Oxford, Furnas, Nebraska, United States at age 82
  • Buried: Union Cemetery, Beaver City, Furnas County, Nebraska
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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Census, 1885, Nebraska State Census, Furnas County, Lincoly Precinct, Page 74 of 370. Age 17 yrs., at school.

Census, 1900, Nebraska, Furnas County, Lincoln Precinct, Image 10 of 10. Age 31 yrs., married 15 yrs., mother of 6 children, 6 children living.

Census, 1910, Nebraska, Furnas County, Union Precinct, Image 2 of 7. Age 41 yrs., married 24 yrs., mother of 9 children, 8 children living.

Obituary, 17 May 1971, Furnas County, Nebraska. Maty Myrtle Cridlebaugh, daughter of George and Nancy Cridlebaugh was born near Centerville, Iowa, Feb 2, 1869 and passed away at her home near Oxford, Nebr., May 12. 195, at the age of 82 years, three months and 10 days.
She was united in marriage to Charles W. Goosic, July 16, 1885 and to this union 10 children were born. Her husband and oldest daughter, Myrtle Mae preceded her in death; also two granddaughters, Clara Hall and Audrey Goosic.
She leaves to mourn her passing her five sons, Willie of Beaver City; Elzie and Alvin at home; Earl of Oxford and Virgil of Phoenix, Ariz.; four daughters, Mrs Sam Hall of Lexington; Mrs John Hall of Beaver City; Mrs James Lawter, Oxford and Mrs Tom Gouldie of Araphoe; 20 grandchildren and 17 great granchildren; one sister, Mrs Lillie Quinn of Oxford; one brother, A.B. Cridlebaugh of Beaver City and a host of other relatives and friends.
She was converted and baptized into the Methodist church at Oxford in 1924. Later she transferred her membership to the Methodist Church in Araphoe, where she is still a member.
Mrs Goosic was a pioneer, coming to Nebraska with her parents in 1872. They first lived near Bloomington, later homestead near Beaver City. She lived most of her life here. In 1923 she with her family moved to Oxford, later moving to Arapahoe, where they resided for three years. She moved back to the farm southeast of Oxford where she made her home with her two sons until passing. She was a kind and loving mother, always more thoughtful of others than herself.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church in Oxford, conducted by Rev. G.C. Robberson.
Pallbearers were Chas. Shepard, Alin Cass, Ralph Barker, Joe and Geo. Quinn and Rob't Longsine. Interment was made in the Turner cemetery, east of Beaver City.


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Maty married Charles William Goosic, son of Andrew Jackson Goosic and Julia Ann Thompson, on 16 Jun 1885 in Beaver City, Furnas County, Nebraska. (Charles William Goosic was born on 20 Dec 1861 in Indianola, Warren, Iowa, United States, died on 1 Jun 1928 in Union, Furnas County, Nebraska and was buried in Union Cemetery, Beaver City, Furnas County, Nebraska.)



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