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Carolyn Goodwin Brubaker
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Birth: Jan. 25, 1880
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Jul. 22, 1944
Oceanside
San Diego County
California, USA

Carolyn Marie was born to Charles Scott Goodwin and Mary Statira Crafts. Charles Goodwin was a pharmacist and a farmer and he traced his lineage back to a daughter of the famous Captain Myles Standish of the Pilgrim and Mayflower era.
Carolyn Marie was a 1904 graduate of the famous Smith College for women in Northampton, Massachusetts. She was contracted by Principal DeFremery to teach English, Latin, German, French and Spanish at Hemet High School, California, on the corner of Acacia and Buena Vista.
Carolyn Marie and Lawrence Brubaker went to Massachusetts to meet her family and get married 28 September 1909. They lived in Oregon and finally in Hemet. She died at the beach house in Oceanside where they would go to get away from the sulphur fumes used on the ranch to treat the drying trays for the apricots.
The San Jacinto Valley Cemetery is also the Hemet Cemetery. 
 
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 Spouse:
  Lawrence Gibbel Brubaker (1882 - 1962)
 
 Children:
  Lucy Dorothea Brubaker (1916 - 1931)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
San Jacinto Valley Cemetery
San Jacinto
Riverside County
California, USA
Plot: G-86
 
Maintained by: Karen Brubaker
Originally Created by: Dan Tripp
Record added: Nov 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61225737
Carolyn <i>Goodwin</i> Brubaker
Added by: Karen Brubaker
 
Carolyn <i>Goodwin</i> Brubaker
Added by: Dan Tripp
 
Carolyn <i>Goodwin</i> Brubaker
Added by: Dan Tripp
 
 
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Even though I never got to know you in person I feel close to you and now I celebrate the life you lived.
- Karen Brubaker
 Added: Oct. 10, 2011
 
 
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