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Charles Winfred Gooding

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Charles Winfred Gooding

Birth
Wallace, Fountain County, Indiana, USA
Death
4 Feb 1954 (aged 76)
Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Waynetown, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA Add to Map
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From Crawfordsville Journal-Review, 4 Feb 1954:
Rites at Wesley 2 P.M. for C. W. Gooding --
Charles Winford Gooding, 76, a former resident of Crawfordsville, died at his home, 128 First St., in Shellbyville Thursday morning.
Mr. Gooding was born near Wallace in Jackson Twp, Fountain Co, Jan 22 1878, the son of Allen Gooding and Susanna Amanda Myers Gooding. He attended the Wallace school as a youth.
Mr. Gooding was married April 2, 1908, to Ella Woolley in the Lutheran Church parsonage near Wallace.
After living for a bried period on a farm south of Wallace, Mr. Gooding obtained a position with the Vandalia Railroad in Decatur, IL. He was employed for three years, when he returned to farming near Wallace. Later, he also farmed near russellville and also near Danville.
Moving to Noblesville after several years, he was associated with the Celatine Light Co. Wile living in Noblesville, Mr. Gooding ran for sheriff of Hamilton Co and was the first Democrat to serve in that capacity in Hamilton Co in 100 years. He served two years as sheriff and then he moved to Georgetown, SC where he resided for six years. Returning to Indiana, he moved to a farm in the Wesley neighborhood northwest of Crawfordsville.
Coming to Crawfordsville in 1943 to reside, Mr. Gooding lived about 8 years at 510 W. Market St. He moved to Shelbyville in 1951 where he resided at the time of his death.
Mr. Gooding is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Thompson of Shelbyville and Mrs. Maurice Newman of Oakville (Hopewell), VA; four grandsons; a sister, Mrs. Zula Gaines, and a half sister, Mrs. Lear Summers, both of who reside near Wallace; two brothers, Alonzo Gooding of near Waynetown and Ephie Gooding, who is the Methodist Memorial Home at Warren.
Preceding Mr Gooding indeath was a siter, Mrs. Sue Parrish of near Waynetown, and a half sister, Mrs. Barker of Yeddo.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Wesley Methodist church, west of Crawfordsville, in charge of the Rev. Guy E. Tremaine, assisted by the Rev. John R. Servies. Burial will be in the Waynetown Cemetery. Friends may call at the Bright funeral Home in Crawfordsville Friday evening until noon sunday. The body will then be taken to the Wesley church where it will lie in state for one hour before the service.
From Crawfordsville Journal-Review, 4 Feb 1954:
Rites at Wesley 2 P.M. for C. W. Gooding --
Charles Winford Gooding, 76, a former resident of Crawfordsville, died at his home, 128 First St., in Shellbyville Thursday morning.
Mr. Gooding was born near Wallace in Jackson Twp, Fountain Co, Jan 22 1878, the son of Allen Gooding and Susanna Amanda Myers Gooding. He attended the Wallace school as a youth.
Mr. Gooding was married April 2, 1908, to Ella Woolley in the Lutheran Church parsonage near Wallace.
After living for a bried period on a farm south of Wallace, Mr. Gooding obtained a position with the Vandalia Railroad in Decatur, IL. He was employed for three years, when he returned to farming near Wallace. Later, he also farmed near russellville and also near Danville.
Moving to Noblesville after several years, he was associated with the Celatine Light Co. Wile living in Noblesville, Mr. Gooding ran for sheriff of Hamilton Co and was the first Democrat to serve in that capacity in Hamilton Co in 100 years. He served two years as sheriff and then he moved to Georgetown, SC where he resided for six years. Returning to Indiana, he moved to a farm in the Wesley neighborhood northwest of Crawfordsville.
Coming to Crawfordsville in 1943 to reside, Mr. Gooding lived about 8 years at 510 W. Market St. He moved to Shelbyville in 1951 where he resided at the time of his death.
Mr. Gooding is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Thompson of Shelbyville and Mrs. Maurice Newman of Oakville (Hopewell), VA; four grandsons; a sister, Mrs. Zula Gaines, and a half sister, Mrs. Lear Summers, both of who reside near Wallace; two brothers, Alonzo Gooding of near Waynetown and Ephie Gooding, who is the Methodist Memorial Home at Warren.
Preceding Mr Gooding indeath was a siter, Mrs. Sue Parrish of near Waynetown, and a half sister, Mrs. Barker of Yeddo.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Wesley Methodist church, west of Crawfordsville, in charge of the Rev. Guy E. Tremaine, assisted by the Rev. John R. Servies. Burial will be in the Waynetown Cemetery. Friends may call at the Bright funeral Home in Crawfordsville Friday evening until noon sunday. The body will then be taken to the Wesley church where it will lie in state for one hour before the service.


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