|Jane Ann Goodner was born on 9 January 1794. Parents: Conrad Goodner and Elizabeth Scherrer.|
Jean Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: Clyde Wallace Goodner and Georgia Williams.
Jerome Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: Robert Wade Goodner and Sadie Mae Andrew.
Jerome Lee Goodner was born in 1849.17 He was also known as Jerome Goodner.17 Parents: Cyrus Goodner and Matilda Burton.
Spouse: Ader M Fulbright. Ader M Fulbright and Jerome Lee Goodner were married on 5 January 1896 in Polk, Tennessee.1107 Children were: Buford Miller Goodner, Ruby Kate Goodner, Sarah Goodner, Margaret L Goodner.
John Goodner was born on 17 December 1782 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.1851 He was born on 17 December 1782.1851 He was born on 17 December 1783 in Guilford, North Carolina, USA.1871 John lived in Subdivision 26, Bradley, Tennessee, USA in 1850.1871 He was buried in 1861 in New Friendship Cemetery in Chatata Valley, about six miles from the city of Cleveland, Tennessee. He died on 1 January 1861 at the age of 77 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.1851 John lived in USA.1851 He lived in USA.1851
John Goodner, the eldest child of Conrad and Elizabeth (Scherer) Goodner, was born in Guilford County, North Carolina, December 17th, 1783. While a very young lad, before the year 1790, his parents moved with some other families from Guilford County to Sullivan County, Tennessee, just then in the process of settlement and thus a very frontier-like country. His father purchased land there and improved it, remaining there until the latter part of 1804 or the early part of 1805, when he removed to Smith County, Tennessee. At this time, John was about 20 years of age.
His schooling, such as was then possible, was obtained in the backwoods schools of Sullivan County. Mostly he helped his father on the farm, and probably served an apprenticeship with someone to learn the trade of tanner, since that was the profession he followed all his life, together with that of farming.
A few years after the family moved to Smith County, an September 10th, 1807, he married Martha Stewart, born April 27th, 1784, of parentage not presently known. John, at the date of his marriage, lacked a few months of being 24 years of age. In August, of the following year, their first child was born, whom they named Cyrus. The second child, Elizabeth, followed on January 6th, 1810, and on August 7th, 1811, a second son was born, Jacob. In all eleven children were born to Martha and John, all in Smith County. In 1813, John was drafted into the US Army to fight against the Creek Indians, but he, because of his young family, found it inexpedient to go, and so hired his brother, James, as a substitute, paying him fifteen dollars a month, in addition to which James received his army pay.
His parents, along with some of his brothers and all his sisters, had left Smith County and removed to the Illinois Territory in about 1811 or 1812, settling in the southern part which was then being peopled by many families from the southern States. John remained on his farm in Smith County, residing near the village of Carthage. Here we find him in the years 1815 and 1816 with his brother, James, who had returned safely from his army service.
Some old letters reveal that the three sons who did not accompany the parents to Illinois Territory did later paid them a visit, John making the trip in the latter part of 1814 or the early part of 1815, taking his son, Jacob, along with him. David and James made their visit in 1817. In a letter to his parents dated May 6th, 1815, John made mention of his trip, and also made a proposition to have Benjamin come and work with him and to learn the trade of tanner. This did not appeal to Benjamin, and he never came.
John's inclinations and talents ran to temporal things; he was the money maker of the family. His letters to his parents reveal this. In the latter part of 1818 he sold his tan yard for $3, 000.00 and then purchased a tract of land near Carthage containing 1206 acres, for which he paid $6,000.00. He informed his parents of this transaction in his letter of January 27th, 1819, stating that he would immediately sink another tan yard and continue the business. From this letter we also know that he owned three Negro slaves. I have been told that in referring to his Negroes he never used the term "slaves", but always used the word "darkies.” It is interesting to note that there are today Negro families carrying the name Goodner, who derive from these "darkies" of John or those of David, or both. In this letter he mentioned being heavy "with a Grate burden of flesh. Weight is near 200 lbs. ", and that from this excess weight he was unable to do much physical work in hot weather. It would appear from this that John must have been of short stature, for 200 pounds is not too great a weight for a man of large, or even a moderate frame. This is the only reference we have to John's physique. No likeness of him exists so far as we have been able to learn.
John remained in the Carthage area until the year 1836, when the Ocoee lands in Bradley County, Tennessee, were thrown open for settlement, after the removal of the Cherokee Indians by the Government. He then sold his farm and tannery near Carthage and bought a good farm in the northern part of Bradley County, which some years later he sold to his son, John. He remained on this place and continued his tannery, the sinking of which was his very first project after purchase, for quite a few years. After he sold the place to John, he removed to the Chestuee Creek area in the same county, where he spent the remainder of his days, passing away on January 1st 1861, just at the beginning of the momentous events that were to render the nation asunder for four dark years. He was 77 years of age at his death. Martha had died a few years previously, November 17th, 1859. John lies buried in the New Friendship Cemetery in Chatata Valley, about six miles from the city of Cleveland, Tennessee.
It is a great misfortune that all of the old county records of Bradley County were lost in the fire that destroyed the Court House on November 25th, 1864. They would have revealed considerable data on the early settlers in Bradley and on John in particular.
Spouse: Martha Stewart. Martha Stewart and John Goodner were married on 10 September 1807 in Smith, Tennessee, USA. Children were: James Goodner, Nancy Goodner, John Goodner, Elizabeth Goodner, Martha (Patsy) Goodner, Andrew Jackson (Jack) Goodner, Cyrus Goodner, Sallie Goodner, Jacob Goodner, John Goodner, George Washington (Pompy) Goodner.
John Goodner was born on 13 June 1813 in North Carolina, USA.1 He died on 5 November 1907 at the age of 94.1 Parents: John Goodner and Martha Stewart.
John Goodner was born on 6 June 1820 in North Carolina, USA. He died on 5 November 1907 at the age of 87 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.471 Nancy was invalid the last eight years of her life. John was at one period of his life a tanner and shoe dealer, and earlier a farmer as well. He accumulated quite a bit of wealth, which, as I understand it, passed on to his second wife, whom he married when he was 81 years of age. Resided the latter part of his life in Cleveland, Tennessee, but always lived in Bradley County, Tennessee. He did not have any children. Married 2nd Mrs. Emma Seymour, 12/25/1901, a widow with two children, Allie Seymour, age 18, a boy, and Wingfield, age 16, a girl. As a matter of interest I quote below a letter he wrote to George Washington Goodner of Quincy, Illinois, a son of Benjamin Goodner of St. Clair County, Illinois, and a first cousin to him :
Mr. G. W. Goodner, Quincy, Illinois.
Cleveland, Tennessee. April 23, 1903.
I was very much pleased and surprised on the receipt of your letter of recent date. I have often wondered what had become of you, and if you were yet living, for my wife and I were very much pleased with you at the time you visited us and have always since entertained kind feelings toward you. I remember you well and so did my wife, who has more than two years ago passed over the river of death. She died July 22, 1900. She was for more than eight years a helpless invalid. She fell and broke her hip and never walked another step. Christmas 1901, I married again, a widow lady with two children.
Her name was Mrs. Emma Seymour of this state. Her children are one boy, Allie Seymour, age 18, and a daughter, Wingfield, age 16. Eleven years ago the optic nerves of my eyes became paralyzed, since then I can neither read, write, nor cipher; but I can see well enough to get around on the streets, but can't recognize features or faces.
Now to your letter, which I will answer as far as I can. My father's family are all dead, except myself and two sisters; Mrs. Dillahay, my oldest sister, lives in Smith County, Tennessee, where she lived when you were here. She never lived in Alabama, as you seemed to think. She was born July 16th, 1818, now 84 years old. Her son, John, who was at my house when you were there, still lives in the same county with his mother. His address is Defeated. My other living sister is Mrs. York, 81 years old. She lives in Cleveland. I was born June 6th, 1820. My general health is very good considering my age. I don't know of the persons of whom you speak. Don't know Dr. W. B. Goodner. My father had a brother Godfrey, and the Godfrey of whom you speak may be a namesake of his. David Goodner, my father's brother, lived near Huntsville, Alabama, had two sons, viz: Blooming and Superior.
One died young and the other is now dead, but has a son who lives in Fayetteville, Tennessee. His name is Dr. D. M. Goodner. He made me a visit about ten years ago. I knew nothing of a John Goodner who lived in Arkansas. My mother's maiden name was Stewart, but she has no son bearing that name. My brother's name were, according to age, viz: Cyrus, Jacob, James, then John who got killed when he was small. Myself next, Andrew Jackson (called Jack) and George Washington, better know as G. W. I don't know whether Jacob's wife gave a son her maiden name or not, neither do I know what was her maiden name. Not any of my brothers or sisters ever lived in Arkansas. My grandfather was a German, named Conrad, lived in Sullivan County, Tennessee. I know nothing of any brothers, if he had any, neither do I !mow in what year he was married. Yes, my father was born in 1783. I don't know when my grandfather (Conrad Goodner) came to America, neither do I know if he had a child to die in infancy. I know nothing of the reasons he left Germany, or if he was ever a soldier. Dont know when he left Germany, or if he left property if any he had. I never knew his father's name. My father died January 1st, 1861, and was buried in Bradley County, six miles from Cleveland, Tennessee. Aunt Sallie Browning is buried in Alexandria, Tennessee, De Kalb County. Uncle James died near Nashville at the home of one of his daughters and was brought to Alexandria for burial. He has a son living in or near McKinney, Texas, Collin County. His name is Thomas C. Goodner. Uncle David never lived in Tennessee, that I know of, but lived in or near Huntsville, Alabama. I don't know where or when he died. His grandson Dr. D. M. Goodner, of Fayetteville, can perhaps give you some items of interest. I know nothing of any book Uncle David wrote.
Now cousin George I have answered your questions as best I could remember; am sorry I can't answer them all. Can you tell me where the Goodner man is who was in Gross' regiment? Was he a son of Uncle Godfrey? I never had any children. I will be very glad to have you and your daughter visit us; we will give you a kind welcome. We live on the NE corner of the public square. I will be glad to hear from you again and will answer any other questions you may wish to ask.
I would love to see and talk with you. With kindest regards to you and yours, I am as ever, your cousin,
Spouse: Nancy Long.
John Harvey Goodner was born on 25 December 1852. He died on 7 May 1917 at the age of 64. Parents: George Washington (Pompy) Goodner and Nellie Elender Dickson.
Spouse: Esther Ann Samples. Esther Ann Samples and John Harvey Goodner were married on 15 March 1877 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.765 Children were: Ollie Goodner, Thomas Straley Goodner, Lennie Louise Goodner, Buford Bartlett Goodner, Naomi Goodner.
John J Goodner was buried in 1845 in Lebanon Baptist Church Cemetery, Bradley Co. TN. He was born on 28 August 1845 in Tennessee, USA.1249 He died on 15 May 1930 at the age of 84 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.1249 1900 Census: Bradley Co, TN, ED#8, 18/30, 9B.
1880 Census: Bradley Co, TN, dist 147, 3/25, 349A. Wife - "O. J."
Parents: Jackson Goodner.
Spouse: O. Jane Cowden. O. Jane Cowden and John J Goodner were married on 14 October 1868 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.
John Jarius Goodner was born on 29 May 1837 in Smith, Tennessee, USA.384,761 He was buried in 1927 in Hazard Bean Cemetery, Bradley County, TN. He died on 6 June 1927 at the age of 90 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.761 John was also known as John Jairris Goodner.761 John Jairus Goodner, born 5/29/1837, Smith County, Tennessee; died 6/6/1927 in Bradley County, Tennessee. Farmer. Removed from Bradley County where he was living to Hamilton County, Tennessee, shortly after the close of the Civil War, and settled 20 miles north of Chattanooga at Savannah. He owned several farms, and donated the land for the Walnut Grove Methodist Episcopal Church, which was near his home. Married 1st Martha Ellen Bean (Beane), 9/3/1857 (born 6/16/1838 in Rhea County, Tennessee; died 11/28/1895, in Hamilton County, Tennessee, daughter of Hazard Bean, or Beane, a pioneer settler in Bradley County, Tennessee). 1880 Census: James Co, TN, dist 62, 30/37, 333B. Parents: Jacob Goodner and Charlotte Kemp.
Spouse: Martha Ellen Bean. Martha Ellen Bean and John Jarius Goodner were married in 1857 in Tennessee, USA.384 Children were: Mattie Elizabeth Goodner, Eliza Jane Goodner, Thomas Caswell Goodner, William Joseph Goodner, Isabella Ann Goodner, Charlotte Emmaline Goodner, Luke Lea Goodner, Andrew Jackson Goodner, Henry Price Goodner, James Atkins Goodner.
Spouse: Laura A Howell. Laura A Howell and John Jarius Goodner were married on 2 May 1901.
John Sugart Goodner was born on 25 January 1888 in Tennessee, USA.1 He died on 11 February 1955 at the age of 67 in Morenci, Greenlee, Arizona, USA.1 Parents: James Murphy Goodner and Jane Elizabeth Gamble.
Johnnie Opal Goodner was born on 12 January 1919 in Park City, Stillwater, Montana, USA.1 She died on 19 February 1920 at the age of 1.1 Parents: John Sugart Goodner and Addie Verona Harrison.
Joseph Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: Rufus Pledger Goodner and Effie Lee Johnson.
Joseph Calloway Goodner was born on 27 December 1891 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA.94,782,1872 He was born on 27 December 1891 in Chattanooga, Tennesee.1873 He was born in 1892 in Tennessee, USA.781 Joseph was born in 1892 in Tennessee, USA.786 He was born in 1892 in Tennessee, USA.787 He lived in Civil District 18, McMinn, Tennessee in 1900.782 Joseph lived in Athens, McMinn, Tennessee, USA in 1910.781 He lived in Knoxville Ward 3, Knox, Tennessee in 1920.787 He lived in Richmond Heights, St Louis, Missouri, USA in 1930.786 Joseph died on 14 June 1945 at the age of 53 in Newark, Licking, Ohio, USA. He was also known as Joseph C Goodner. He was also known as Joseph C Goodner. Joseph was also known as Joseph C Goodner. He was also known as Joseph C Goodner. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:other]1872 He lived in Evanston, Illinois.1873 Joseph lived in Blount, Tennessee, USA.1872 He lived in Blount, Tennessee, USA.1872
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Spouse: Charlotte D Richey.
Joseph Leal Goodner was born on 28 November 1845 in Tennessee, USA. He died on 14 October 1890 at the age of 44 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.471 1880 Census - Bradley Co, TN, dist 8, 17/53, 239A
Parents: Jacob Goodner and Charlotte Kemp.
Spouse: Martha (Mattie) Elizabeth Henry. Martha (Mattie) Elizabeth Henry and Joseph Leal Goodner were married on 13 August 1868 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA. Children were: Carroll Atkin Goodner, George E Goodner, Vinnie Leal Goodner, Jacob Caswell Goodner.
Joseph Luther Goodner was born in 1884 in Tennessee, USA.1862 He lived in Civil Districts 1-2, Bradley, Tennessee in 1900.1862 He died on 10 February 1953 at the age of 69 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA. Parents: Isham Goodner and Martha Jane York.
Lennie Louise Goodner was born on 12 February 1892 in Polk, Tennessee, USA.17 She died on 4 April 1928 at the age of 36 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA.17 She was also known as Lennie Goodner.17 Parents: John Harvey Goodner and Esther Ann Samples.
Lillie Mae Goodner was born on 7 January 1898 in Tennessee, USA.1862,1863 She lived in Civil Districts 1-2, Bradley, Tennessee in 1900.1862 She lived in Civil District 6, Hamilton, Tennessee in 1910.1863 Lillie died in January 1989 at the age of 91. Parents: Isham Goodner and Martha Jane York.
Spouse: Andrew Jackson Wilson. Lillie Mae Goodner and Andrew Jackson Wilson were married on 4 October 1914 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA. Children were: Velma Ruth Wilson, Herman Pledger Wilson, Barbara Jane Wilson, Mary Louise Wilson, Andrew Clinton Wilson, Maurice Keith Wilson.
Linda Pauline Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: William Paul Goodner and Fannie Bramlett.
Living Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: Carroll Vann Goodner and Helen Lillian Crain.
Living Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: Carroll Atkin Goodner and Maggie Pearl Craddock.
Louie William Goodner was born on 8 February 1923. He was born on 8 February 1923.198 He died on 12 November 1998 at the age of 75 in Acworth, Cobb, Georgia, USA.198 Louie was also known as Louie W Goodner.198 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:SSN issued]198 He had Social Security Number 414-24-3138.198 Parents: Pennington Goodner and Lillian Varnell.
Louis A Goodner was born about 1923 in Georgia, USA.1857 He lived in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA in 1930.1857 Parents: Syrus Gerome Goodner and Grace Ginn.
Louis Elward Goodner was born in 1923. He was born on 8 February 1923.197,718 He was born on 8 February 1923.198 Louis served in the military on 16 January 1943 in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia.197 He died on 8 August 2005 at the age of 82 in Rossville, Walker, Georgia.198 He was also known as Louis E. Goodner.198 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:SSN issued]198 Louis had Social Security Number 414-24-4498.198 He lived in Rossville, Walker, Georgia.718 He lived in Hamilton, Tennessee, USA.197
Spouse: Betty H. Unknown.
Lovey Goodner was born in 1832.1 Parents: Jacob Goodner and Susannah Payne.
Lucille Goodner was born in 1852 in Tennessee, USA.17 She died in 1883 at the age of 31.17 Parents: Cyrus Goodner and Matilda Burton.
Lucretia M Goodner was born on 22 September 1830 in Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, United States.1 She died in 1865 at the age of 35.1 Parents: Jacob Goodner and Susannah Payne.
Lucy Jane Goodner was born on 15 October 1835 in Smith, Tennessee, USA. She died on 19 May 1882 at the age of 46 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA. Parents: Jacob Goodner and Charlotte Kemp.
Luke Lea Goodner was born on 8 July 1862 in Tennessee, USA. He was buried in 1873 in Hazard Bean Cemetery, Bradley County, TN. He died on 18 October 1873 at the age of 11 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA. Parents: John Jarius Goodner and Martha Ellen Bean.
Luke Leland Goodner was born on 5 April 1895. Parents: Andrew Jackson Goodner and Dora B Williams.
M J Goodner was born in 1865. Parents: George Washington (Pompy) Goodner and Margaret Palmer.
Malinda Goodner was born on 24 February 1819 in Madison, Alabama, USA.17 She died in 1897 at the age of 78 in Lone Oak, Hunt, Texas, USA.17 Parents: David Goodner and Zelphia Orpha Rosebrough.
Margaret L Goodner was born on 10 January 1903 in Cleveland, Bradley, Tennessee, United States.377 She was also known as Margaret Goodner.377 Parents: Jerome Lee Goodner and Ader M Fulbright.
Margaret Pearl Goodner was born on 18 May 1914.1 She died on 7 January 1916 at the age of 1 in Irondale, Jefferson, Alabama, USA.1 Parents: Carroll Atkin Goodner and Maggie Pearl Craddock.
Marguerite Ella Goodner was born on 20 September 1897 in Bradley, Tennessee, United States.377 She was also known as Margueriteella Goodner.377 Parents: George Pierce Goodner and Nancy Callie Hawk.
Maria Salome "Sallie" Goodner was born on 21 May 1786 in Guilford Co., North Carolina.248 She was born on 25 May 1786 in Guilford, North Carolina, USA. She died on 27 January 1872 at the age of 85 in Smith, Tennessee, USA.248 Maria was also known as Maria Salome (Sally) Goodner.248 She was buried in Alexandria Cemetery, Alexandria, Tennessee.248 Parents: Conrad Goodner and Elizabeth Scherrer.
Mariah Goodner was born on 11 October 1826.1 She died in 1868 at the age of 42.1 Parents: Jacob Goodner and Susannah Payne.
Marilyn Goodner was born on 20 April 1929. She died in Oklahoma City, OK. Parents: Pennington Goodner and Lillian Varnell.
Spouse: Grady Downs. Marilyn Goodner and Grady Downs were married on 19 May 1946.
Martha (Patsy) Goodner was born on 15 November 1821 in North Carolina, USA. She died on 22 November 1903 at the age of 82 in Tennessee, USA. 1860 Census: Bradley Co, TN, Dist 2, 11/20, 153B. 1880 Census: Bradley Co, TN, dist 147, 3/25, 349A. Living with Granddaughter Jane London. Parents: John Goodner and Martha Stewart.
Martha E Goodner was born on 25 December 1847 in Georgia, USA. Parents: George Washington (Pompy) Goodner and Nellie Elender Dickson.
Martha Jewell Goodner was born on 3 December 1919. Parents: Isham Goodner Jr and Nettie Cornelia Denney.
Martha Tennessee "Tennie" Goodner was born on 3 August 1853 in Tennessee, USA. She died on 7 May 1922 at the age of 68 in St Elmo, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA. 1910 Census: Living with daughter Mary and husband.
Parents: Jacob Goodner and Charlotte Kemp.
Spouse: Reuben Burl Wells. Martha Tennessee "Tennie" Goodner and Reuben Burl Wells were married on 14 February 1911 in Tennessee, USA.
Spouse: James Andrew McDonald. Martha Tennessee "Tennie" Goodner and James Andrew McDonald were married on 21 June 1888 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA.
Martha Thompson Goodner was born on 20 March 1827 in Madison, Alabama, USA.17 She died on 20 November 1898 at the age of 71 in Marshall, Alabama, USA.17 Parents: David Goodner and Zelphia Orpha Rosebrough.
Mary Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: Jacob Alford Goodner and Eliza Cook.
Mary Ann Goodner was born (date unknown). Parents: Thomas Straley Goodner and Charlotta Jane Cate.
Mary Ann Goodner was born on 21 June 1849. She died in 1947 at the age of 98. Parents: George Washington (Pompy) Goodner and Nellie Elender Dickson.
Mary Cassandria Goodner was born on 28 July 1857 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA. She died on 30 June 1955 at the age of 97 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA. Parents: Jacob Goodner and Charlotte Kemp.
Spouse: George Caswell Hawk. Mary Cassandria Goodner and George Caswell Hawk were married on 5 February 1877 in Bradley, Tennessee, USA. Children were: Gertrude Hawk, John Hoarace Hawk, Charlotte Mahuldah Hawk, Grace J Hawk, Wade Victor Hawk.
Mary Elizabeth Goodner was born on 19 July 1846 in Tennessee, USA.17 She died on 16 January 1940 at the age of 93.17 Parents: Cyrus Goodner and Matilda Burton.
Mary Francis Goodner was born (date unknown).
Mary Francis Goodner Kibble, of Cleveland, passed away Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010, at a local health care facility.
She was preceded in death by her parents: Sarah Alice Humbard Goodner and Syrus Waymon Goodner; her first husband: Blane B. Reagan; sons: Jerry Lee Reagan and Johnnie W. Reagan; grandson: Aaron R. Reagan; brother: Charles H. Goodner and a brother-in-law: Doyle Massey. She loved fishing, camping horseback riding and going to the Smokies. She was a member of Frazier's Chapel Baptist Church.
She was survived by her husband: John F. Kibble of Cleveland; two daughters: Sara Chitwood and her husband, James, of Live Oak, Fla., and Tonya Johnson and her husband, Clyde "Dudley" Johnson, of Cleveland; two sons: Larry Reagan and his wife, Edna, of Cocoa Beach, Fla., and Dwight Reagan and his wife, Lisa, of Cleveland; 18 grand children and 24 great-grandchildren; one sister: Nancy Massey of Cleveland; sister-in-law: Bonnie Goodner of Cleveland; several nieces and nephews also survive. The Remembrance of Life service will be Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010, at 2 p.m. from the Wildwood Avenue Chapel of Jim Rush Funeral Homes with the Revs. Herbert Conley and Larry Evans officiating.
Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens with Brad Reagan, Jack Reagan, Josh Reagan, Zack Reagan, Erik Woody, Blayne Woody, Cassidy Lawson and Brett Nelms serving as pallbearers and John Montgomery, Wayne Reagan, Tennis Reagan and Cecil Reagan serving as honorary pallbearers.
The family will receive friends from 5 to 8 p.m. today, Monday, Oct. 25, 2010, and Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010, from the Wildwood Avenue Chapel of Jim Rush Funeral Homes which has charge of arrangements.
Please view and sign the register book at www.jimrushfuneralhomes.com.
Mary Janet Goodner was born about 1917 in Georgia, USA.1820,1857 She lived in Fitzgerald, Ben Hill, Georgia, USA in 1920.1820 She lived in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA in 1930.1857 Parents: Syrus Gerome Goodner and Grace Ginn.