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William Goodson  
Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution

William Goodson Grave Marker
William Goodson Grave Marker

William Goodson assisted in establishing American Independence as an Ensign in the Virginia Militia. He served in Captain Barnett’s Company, Coronel Lynch and Crockett’s Regiment.  His service is documented in his pension application S30440 at the U.S. National Archives & Records Administration.  He received a pension starting 4 March 1831.

William was born 25 December 1759 in Frederick County, Virginia and died 20 September 1845 in Carroll County, Missouri.  He is buried Trotter Cemetery, which is located west of Carrolton, Missouri along State Highway E between County Road 627 and 629, Carroll County, Missouri at coordinates: N39 22' 45.84" and W93 33' 24.84".  He has a military headstone located in the Trotter family plot.

 


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