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Philip Goss's land in Becket, Massachusetts about 1758 to 1771...

Paul H. Goss did a lot of research on the Goss family back in the late 1930’s through to his death in 1963. He visited Becket, Massachusetts and befriended several of the individuals there. 1,627 more words

Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Philip Goss and Mary, the Records of the Congregational Church - Township No. 4 - Becket 1759 to later...

On my trip to Massachusetts in 2011, I found this manuscript at the Berkshire Athenaeum in Pittfield. It was a transcript of the records of the Congregational Church by a Rollin Hillyer Cooke. 964 more words

Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Philip Goss and Mary (Kendall) Goss migrated to Becket, MA and a son Ebenezer is born!

Philip Goss IV and Mary left Granville and headed north to Becket, known as No. 4 at the time. Philip settled on Lot No. 56 northwest of Center Pond near Becket Center.  470 more words

Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Exploring the Berkshires: Pittsfield to Becket, Massachusetts in 2011

Philip Goss IV and his wife Mary (Kendall) Goss migrated to Becket, Massachusetts (called No. 4) leaving Granville somewhere between 1754 and 1758.  I made Pittsfield my base camp on my trip in 2011.  816 more words

Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss

The Berkshires: A visit to Pittsfield and the Berkshire Athenaeum - 2011

When I visited Connecticut in 2007, I drove up to Massachusetts to visit Granville. On my second trip in 2011, I wanted to visit the Berkshires and the Berkshire Athenaeum in Pittsfield. 672 more words

Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Philip Goss and his brother Thomas Goss settle in Granville, MA.

Philip Goss did go to Granville, Massachusetts and he was there about six and one half months buying land and then selling it to his brother Thomas Goss.   1,953 more words

Philip Goss IV & Mary (Kendall) Goss

Lawrence of Arabia's Peter O'Toole - Top 5 performances

If, for whatever reason, you’re not familiar with Peter O’Toole, now is the time to rectify that situation. O’Toole’s most famous film, Lawrence of Arabia, 866 more words

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