WIlliam "Buck Goodrum 1811-1899 & Mary Richards Goodrum b. 1815 in Georgia were in Blountstown, Calhoun Co. Fa., near the Applachiacola river in the early 1830.They had 7 children: Robert BGoodrumb 1835 d 1874 m. Elizabeth JaneGoodrumCraddock b.10-29-1932 d 7-12-1914 in Houston Co. Tx. RobertGoodrumserved in the Civil War with Co. B. 13 Regiment Texas Calvery & died in Limestone Co. Tx. Child: Leonidas OGoodrum James ClaytonGoodrum Robert WellsGoodrum Elizabeth JaneGoodrumCraddockstayed in the Weldon area, Buried in Weldon Cem. Houston Co. Benjamin FranklinGoodrumb 4-5-1843 - 3-3-1899married Laura Robinson, Emily. 2nd m. Mary Robinson sister of Laura, daughters of Charles& Harriet Clark Robinson. Ben & MaryGoodrumhad 10 child: Burton EugeneGoodrum DevillaGoodrum Earl BenjaminGoodrum J., GouldGoodrum MarlowGoodrum Barton Clark, Linnie Ola, O.K. Emma Jane & Mary Dixie. Benjamin F.Goodrumwas a farmer & worked delivering the mail. He cought pneumonia & died. Burial Antioch Cem. Houston Co., Tx Thomas VanGoodrum8-5-1850 - 1-17-1906 youngest of the Goodrum boys. married .Melvina (Babe) Hicks, youngest child of Littlebrry & Mary Edwards Hicks.Thomas Van& BabeGoodrumhad 5 girls: Vanada EdnaGoodrum Mary Frances (Fannie)Goodrum Mucie DoraGoodrum CoraGoodrum ElizabethGoodrum ViolaGoodrum Melvinadied in 1887 Burial Antioch Cem. Houston Co. Tx. Thomas Van married Sarah Lucrita (Keet) Smith 1-25-1865-6-17-1939, daughter of George & Nancy Little Smith in 1890 Children:Mary Agnes (Mollie,)Goodrum Thomas ChesterGoodrum William GloverGoodrum Thomas Van Goodrum was active in farming, land dealings & had a cotton gin in Weldon, Houston Co. Tx. Burial Salem Cem. Houston Co. Tx. MarionGoodrumb. 1833married A.B. Cook. Children EdGoodrum Bob Goodrum AmelaiGoodrum CharlesGoodrum SarahGoodrum WilliamGoodrumElizabeth, 7-3-1848- 3-3-1915 No childred Frances b.Goodrum1834 & A.D. b.1846.Mary Richards Goodrum is buried in an abandoned cemetery in the Wm. Dillard survey east of Weldon on the John Hanna Place. Vanada E Goodrum was married to Dr. Joheph Henry Nelson, in 1917 he bought 183 acres of the Wm. Dillard servey east of Weldon. The 61 acres that's still in the family belongs to Joni Cash Dillard.A Goodrm died & the paper said he had been a farmer. Relatives laughed & said he had never had a hoe in his hand, he was a gambler & boot legger.