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Annie Goodrich

Birth:
1868 , , Massachusetts
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Death:
16 Jul 1949 , , Massachusetts
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Spouse
Frank Perry Wilbur Colby
22 Sep 1866 – 10 Aug 1943
Marriage
February 21, 1892
Newfield, York, Maine

Children
Wilbur Otis Colby
27 Mar 1903 – 1966
Seymour Goodrich Colby
25 Jun 1907 – Aug 1966

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Recollections of a Lifetime, or Men and Things I Have Seen: In a Series of Familiar Letters to a Friend, Historical, Biographical, Anecdotical, and Descriptive by Samuel Griswold Goodrich (Volume 1) - Page 507

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HISTORICAL, ANECDOTIC AL, ETC. 479 marched at my left shoulderusually the lightest- hearted fellow in the companyAvhispered to me, Goodrich, Id give fifty dollars to be at West Divi- sion ! For myself, I felt rather serious, and asked a certain anxious feeling in my stomach Whats to be done ? I thought of my fathers letter, and my uncles injunctions, and having settled it in my mind that I must fight, I closed my thoughts against all consequences, and felt that I was ready for the conflict. I was indeed almost anxious to have it come, as the suspense was painful. I afterward found, on conver- sing with several members of the company, that very similar trains of thought had occurred to them. John- son, our captain, was a man of nerve aod ready speech. When the roll was finished, he said in a clear, hearty tone, All right, my good fellows ! Every man at his post! These few wordswhich were, however, more politic than true, for one fellow was taken with sudden colic, and could not be got outwere electri- cal. We were ready to take our places in the redoubt. Messengers were now sent to the two neighboring posts to inquire into the state of facts. Word was brought that the first alarm came from our barracks! The matter was inquired into, and it turned out that the whole affair was originated by our Corporal T . . .., who, in a fit of nightmare, jumped up and cried, Alarm ! alarm ! Our martial ardor soon reconciled itself to this rather ludicrous denouement, though several …

Recollections of a Lifetime; or, Men and Things I Have Seen; in a Series of Familiar Letters to a Friend, Historical, Biographical, Anecdotical, and Descriptive by Samuel Griswold Goodrich (Volume 2) - Page 577

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538 APPENDIXNOTES. D*tar Tim. pubhCAUan. vafti A History of All Nations^ from the Earliest Period to the Present TimeIn which the History of every Nation, Ancient and Modern, is separately given. Large 8vo., 1200 pp........................................ [In the compilation of this work I bad the assistance of Ber. Royal Bobbins, of Berlin, Cornu, Rev. W. 8. Jenka, and Mr. 8. Kettell, of Boston, and F. B. Goodrich, of New York.] A Pictorial Geography of the World. Large 8vo, 1000 pp.................................................... (The first edition of this work was published in 1831, but blng found Imperfect, was revised and remodeled at this date. In the original work I had the assistance of J. O. Sargent and 8. P. Holbrook, Esqa, and Mr. & Ket- Tdl : the new edition wsa mainly prepared by T. 8. Bradford, Esq.] Sow Well and Reap Well, or Fireside Education. 12ma A Pictorial History of America. 8va........................... Winter Wreath of Summer Flowers. 8vo. Colored Engravings................................................. The Outcast, and other Poems. 12mo............................ Sketches from a Students Window. 12mo........................ Poems. 12mo................................................... Ireland and the Irish. 12mo................................... Five Letters …

History of Anoka County and the Towns of Champlin and Dayton in Hennepin County, Minnesota, By Albert M. Goodrich - Page 163

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CITY OF ANOKA. I43 comber, Berry and White. Only eight of these are mem- bers at the present time. Two have died, three with- drawn, and the others have found homes elsewhere. The executive committee planned programs for each meeting, and interest in the literary work of the society rapidly increased. Articles on given subjects were read, papers written and discussed, debates were held, and some RESIDENCE OF GEORGE H. GOODRICH, ANOKA. attention given to parliamentary law. The society sub- scribed for one or more standard magazines, but felt the need of books, especially those of reference. Tn the spring of 1892, the Anoka Union published an article advocating the establishment of a free public library in the city. Almost simultaneously with this pub- lication, Mrs. J. H. Niles, who had been visiting a fine

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