1839 - 1923 (83 years)
||Kenneth Goodman |
||K. C. |
||30 Mar 1839
||, Ontario, Canada [1, 2]
||Fenian Raids |
- As captain of the New Hamburg Infantry Company be did outpost duty during the Fenian Raid, serving at Goderich and other points on the frontier. After the 29th Waterloo Battalion was organized in September, 1866, he was given command.
||New Hamburg, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
|Eby ID Number
||9 Jan 1923
||Parkhill, Middlesex Co., Ontario 
||Parkhill Cemetery, Parkhill, Middlesex Co., Ontario 
||28 Nov 2022 |
||Annie Georgina "Georgina" Hainer, b. 4 May 1842, St. Catharines, Welland, Ontario, Canada , d. 1 Nov 1913, Parkhill, Middlesex Co., Ontario (Age 71 years) |
| ||1. Annie Maud Goodman, b. CALC 1 May 1861, Dundas, West Flamborough Twp., Wentworth Co., Ontario, Canada , d. 5 Jul 1872, New Hamburg, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age ~ 11 years)|
| ||2. Ambrose Kenneth Goodman, b. 1862, St. Catharines, Welland, Ontario, Canada , d. 7 Sep 1919, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 57 years)|
| ||3. Mabel Alexandra Goodman, b. Apr 1865, New Hamburg, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 20 Feb 1951 (Age ~ 85 years)|
| ||4. Edith Helen H. Goodman, b. 1867, , Ontario, Canada , d. Yes, date unknown|
||28 Nov 2022 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Former Resident Died.
The death is reported of a former resident of New Hamburg, Col. Kenneth Goodman, K. C., who passed away at Parkhill in his 84th year. He opened a law office here in 1860. As captain of the New Hamburg Infantry Company be did outpost duty during the Fenian Raid, serving at Goderich and other points on the frontier. After the 29th Waterloo Battalion was organized in September, 1866, he was given command. Col. Goodman removed about 1870 to Parkhill and continued his law practice there. His wife predeceased him twelve years ago and his son Ambrose three years ago. Two daughters one in Toronto and one in Winnipeg survive. Interment took place at Parkhill last Thursday.
Waterloo Chronicle, 25 Jan 1923, p. 6
Waterloo County Council
The new County Council of Waterloo will be composed of the following gentlemen; - Berlin, H. Krase?, Reeve, W. Jaffray, Deputy, Galt, John Flemming, Reeve, Alex. Mcgregor, Deputy, Waterloo Village, Mr. Springer Reev, Preston A. A. Erb, Reeve, New Hamburgh, K. Goodman, Reeve, Hespeler, Geo Hespeer, Reeve, Waterloo Township, Ephraim Erb, Reev, O. Randall and Henry McNally, Deputies, Woolwich, J. D. Snyder?, Reeve, John I. Wideman, Deputy, Wilmot H. D. Ty, Reeve, C. Zoeger, Deputy, Wellesley, F. Walzer? Reeve, H. Martinson?, Deputy, North Dumfries, Thos. Marshall, Reeve, George Newpace?, Deputy, Messrs, Krtz, Jaffray, J. B. Seyler? KarGese? And Goodman are new men, the other have all been members of the old council.
Guelph Evening Mercury, 13 Jan. 1869
ELECTION IN NEW HAMBURG.-Our Correspondent from that place says, last Saturday we had a new election of Reeve, and one Councilman. The Reeve in place of Col. Goodman (who did not qualify,) and one Councilman in place of J. L Wilson who resigned. This was a very close election. The excitement was kept up all day. - At the close of the poll the candidates stood as follows:--Reeve, Dr. W. H. Bouulee, 47 ; Mr. J. L. Wilson, 43; Councilmen; Mr. Samuel Merner, 44 ; Mr. Jno. RAU, 42.
Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Jan 1869, p. 2
|Born - 30 Mar 1839 - , Ontario, Canada
|Occupation - Attorney - 1871 - New Hamburg, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
|Died - 9 Jan 1923 - Parkhill, Middlesex Co., Ontario
|Buried - - Parkhill Cemetery, Parkhill, Middlesex Co., Ontario