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Northeast Cambria Union
The Lockport Journal
Monday, June 1, 1903
Located on land once owned by Andrew Budd on
the E side of Budd Road, south of Rte. 104: 1½ acres in good
condition. Dates from 1810. Reading by Clara and Dorothy McCabe. GAR
listing. Incorporated 1853. Papers may be in the file room but have
not been located at this time. As per Liber 295, pg. 164, on 15
April 1903 a deed was contracted between Jasper Brown and Alice, his
wife, and Elmer Budd [and others], acting as trustee for the
Cemetery Association. Being the NW part of lot 31 in T 14 R7,
containing 1½ acres . . . bounded easterly by the said middle part
of lot 31 - 17 rods and 1/7 part rod. Southerly by the said middle
part of lot 31 14 rods; W by the NW part of said lot 31, 17 rods and
1/7 of a rod (along the center of a public highway running S from
the Ridge Road): and northerly by the Ridge Road 14 rods. First
burial was Charles S. LOFLER 18 September 1853.
About Budd Cemetery
Our Goodman family originated in Germany and migrated to Western
NY in the mid-1800's.
The original German name for the family was Godemann. The family
name was later changed to Goodman, but you can still see the
original spelling on some headstones in
St. Peter Lutheran Cemetery in North Ridge, and on some of the
original family documents.
Our Godemann / Goodman family was German Lutheran.
There are other Goodman families in Niagara County that are not
related. One family was also from Germany, with an original surname
There are also other Goodman families in the area, who are
Jewish, and are not related.
For more information about our Goodman family, use the
Goodman link under Families, at the top of this page.
DO YOU HAVE GOODMAN PHOTOGRAPHS?
If you have any photographs or documents
related to any of these family members that you are willing to
share, please contact me.
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Lockport Union Sun & Journal
Tuesday, November 28, 1961
FEB 17, 1819
DIED SEPT. 3, 1898
BORN NOV. 22, 1817
DIED OCT. 20, 1912
Link to Find-A-Grave
John & Catherine Darrow had a daughter: Margaret F. Darroch, who
married Augustus Christopher Goodman.
Margaret Fraiser (Darroch) Goodman is buried in North Ridge
Cemetery, Cambria, Niagara County, NY; near her husband,
Augustus Christopher Goodman.
1857 - 1944
on the link below for Margaret (Fraiser) Goodman's Obituary:
M.F. (Darrow) Goodman
1858 - 1925
MARGARET (FRAISER) GOODMAN
Linus Fredrick Goodman
Mary (Mammie) Margaret Tinlin
Edith Blanche (Goodman) Fellows
Edith Blanche Goodman
Emory Leander Fellows
Enid Mae (Goodman) Thorsby
Enid Mae Goodman
Edwin Sidney Thorsby
Erwin Clayton Goodman
Erwin Clayton Goodman
Florence Gertrude Schultz
Bernice Catherine Goodman
James George Tinlin
Elwin Leroy Goodman
The Darroch-Goodman Family
View image of original census here:
1875 NY State Census: Newfane, NY
JOHN DARROCH was born on 17 Feb 1819 in Renfrew County, Scotland. He
died on 03 Sep 1898 in Maple Street, Wilson, NY. He married CATHERINE
FRASER. She was born on 22 Nov 1817 in Scotland. She died on 20 Oct
More About John DARROCH:
Burial: 04 Sep 1898 in
Budd Road Cemetery, Niagara County, NY
More About Catherine FRASER:
Burial: Budd Road Cemetery, Niagara County, NY
John DARROCH and
Catherine FRASER had the following children:
1. NEIL DARROCH was born
on 22 Oct 1856.
He married (1) CHRISTINE BRIGGS. He married (2)
2. MARGARET FRAISER DARROCH was born on 16 Nov
1857 in Lockport, NY. She died on 26 Jun 1944 in 2931 McKoon Ave.,
Niagara Falls, NY.
She married Augustus Christopher GOODMAN, son of
Johann Diederich Carl Christian ('John D.') GODEMANN GOODMAN and Maria
Catharin Elizabeth ('Mary') HINRICHS, on 27 Feb 1884 in Lockport, NY. He
was born on 30 Nov 1858. He died on 09 May 1925.
Descendants of Neell DARROCH.pdf