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Ely Goddard

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Ely Goddard

Birth
Richmond County, New York, USA
Death
19 Oct 1910 (aged 56–57)
New York County, New York, USA
Burial
Livingston, Essex County, New Jersey, USA Add to Map
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New York Times, Oct. 20, 1910:

Col. Ely Goddard Dead
Union Club Member Dies of Typhoid Fever
in New York Hospital

Col. Ely Goddard died yesterday afternoon in the New York Hospital of typhoid fever after an illness lasting since the middle of September. He was born in this city fifty-two years ago, and up to the last twelve years had been engaged in business here. Since that time he has been actively interested in railway enterprises in Mexico. In early life he was engaged in coper [sic] mining in Vermont, later entering the Legislature of that State. He was a member of Gov. Farnham's military staff, and was also Colonel of a regiment of the Vermont State Militia.
He was the son of Leonard W. Goddard, a prominent New York lawyer.

Mr. Goddard married Mrs. Alice Sutton Whitney, who died several years ago. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Adelaide Ely-Goddard, who lives in Europe, and by his sister, the Princess Maud Poniatowski, widow of Prince Charles Poniatowski, who died at the Hotel St. Regis four years ago. Col. Goddard was a member of the Union Club.

New York Times, Oct. 20, 1910:

Col. Ely Goddard Dead
Union Club Member Dies of Typhoid Fever
in New York Hospital

Col. Ely Goddard died yesterday afternoon in the New York Hospital of typhoid fever after an illness lasting since the middle of September. He was born in this city fifty-two years ago, and up to the last twelve years had been engaged in business here. Since that time he has been actively interested in railway enterprises in Mexico. In early life he was engaged in coper [sic] mining in Vermont, later entering the Legislature of that State. He was a member of Gov. Farnham's military staff, and was also Colonel of a regiment of the Vermont State Militia.
He was the son of Leonard W. Goddard, a prominent New York lawyer.

Mr. Goddard married Mrs. Alice Sutton Whitney, who died several years ago. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Adelaide Ely-Goddard, who lives in Europe, and by his sister, the Princess Maud Poniatowski, widow of Prince Charles Poniatowski, who died at the Hotel St. Regis four years ago. Col. Goddard was a member of the Union Club.


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Ely Goddard
Died October 19, 1910
in the 55th year
of his age



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