Would very much like to contact descendants or family of the following persons.
1.RAYMOND ELI GOODMAN, SR. was born Abt. 1886 in Kansas.He married AGNES.She was born Abt. 1903 in Michigan.
More About AGNES: Residence: 320 So. Yantic Ave.
Children of RAYMOND GOODMAN and AGNES are: i. RAYMOND ELI GOODMAN, JR., b. 24 December 1913, Colorado; d. 02 January 1992, Visalia, Tulare Co., California. ( Mother's maiden name was Mosher) ii.CHARLOTTE MAE GOODMAN, b. 10 August 1926, Washington; d. 23 December 1999, Rancho Mirage, Riverside, California; m. (1) MARION ARMOND WESTBROOK, 09 April 1944, Kitsap Co., Washington; b. 12 September 1925, Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, La.; d. 02 May 1945, Ryukyu Islands, Okinawa; m. (2) CARL LEWIS BAUER, 10 June 1947, St. Josaphat's Basilica, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; b. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
More About CHARLOTTE MAE GOODMAN: Education: Attended Lady Star of the Sea Catholic school & Bremerton High School Occupation 1: Employed in Personnel Dept., Naval Shipyard Occupation 2: Employed Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.
More About CARL LEWIS BAUER: Education 1: Graduate of Boys Technical School Education 2: Entered Medical School at Farragut, Idaho Fact 1: At time of marriage, stationed at the naval ammuniton depot dispensary Military service: Military boot training at Great Lakes, Ill. Occupation 1: Employed as inspector of the navy motors Occupation 2: Hospital attendant, United States Navy
Marriage Notes for CHARLOTTE GOODMAN and CARL BAUER: ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Engagement of Miss Charlotte Mae Westbrook (above) to Carl Lewis Bauer, U.S.N., has been announced and their wedding will be an event of the near future.The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Goodman of Bremerton.Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Charles Bauer of Milwaukee, Wis., and is a graduate of the Boys Technical school there.He received training at the medical school at Farragut, Idaho, and now is stationed at the N.A.D. dispensary. (Richard Gray Robinson Photo).
iii.BERNICE GERALDINE GOODMAN, b. Abt. February 1928, Washington; m. HENRY THOMAS JACOBS, 26 September 1945.