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Ignace Joseph Goodman (b. 11 Oct 1868, d. 1939)Ignace Joseph Goodman (son of Ignace Bonhomme, I V and Esther Martin)590, 590 was born 11 Oct 1868 in Mooers Forks,NY591, and died 1939 in Sciotia, NY, USA592, 592.He married Rosalie Brean on 02 Nov 1892 in Chasm Falls, New York593, daughter of Frederick Brean and Thelma Bouyea.
Notes for Ignace Joseph Goodman:
Aenos (Ignos) Goodman (Bonhomme) worked as a Laborer.Ignatius Bonhomme changed his name to Goodman.
Ignatius Bonhomme was Baptized Nov 29, 1868 by Rev. Octave Lasalle in St Ann's Church Box 98 Mooers Forks, NY 12959.Sponsors were W. Alexander Dupuis and Sare Mayn.
AKAEnos Goodman JR.
Born Oct 11, 1868? 1865in Mooers Forks, New York? Cashum Falls, N.Y. near Malone.
Died1939in Scotia New York
Buriedin Altona New York
Died of some mystery illness not known at the time( later called Bright Disease )
Acute glomerulonephritis,acute nephritic syndrome,acute nephritis
A vague and obsolete term for disease of the kidneys - acute or chronic.Usually refers to non suppurative inflammatory or degene.Porteinuria and hematuria and sometimes by edema, hypertension and nitrogen retention.Prevalent in males" onset at any agehighest incidence between 3 and 7 years of age.
Bright's Disease is a historical classification of Kidney diseases that would be described in modern medicine as acute or chronic nephritis.The term is no longer used, as diseases are now classified according to their more fully-understood etiologies.It is typically denoted by the presence of albumin in the urine and frequently accompanied by edema
These associated symptoms in connection with Kidney disease were first described in 1827 by noted English physician Dr. Richard Bright.Since that time, it has been established that the symptoms, instead of being , as was formerly supposed, the result of one form of disease of the kidneys, may be dependent on various morbid conditions of those organs.Thus, the term Bright's disease, which is retained in medical nomenclature in honor of Dr. Bright, must be understood as having a strictly historical application .
The symptoms are usually of severe nature, back pain, vomiting and fever commonly signal an attack.Edema, varying in degree from slight puffiness of the face to an accumulation of fluid sufficient to distend the whole body, and sometimes severely restrict breathing , is a very common ailment.The urine is reduced in quantity, is of dark smoky or bloody color, and exhibits to chemical reaction the presence of a large amount of albumin, while, under the microscope, blood corpuscles and casts, as above mentioned are found in abundance.
This state of acute inflammation may severely limit normal daily activities, and if left unchecked, may lead to one of the chronic forms of Bright's disease.In many cases though, the inflammation is reduced, marked by increased urine output the gradual disappearance of its albumen and other abnormal by products.A reduction in edema and a rapid recovery of Strength usually follows.
Acute Bright's disease was treated with local depletion, warm baths, diuretics and laxatives.There was no successful treatment for chronic Bright's disease, though dietary modification were sometimes suggested
REFERENCES:public domain 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica
More About Ignace Joseph Goodman:
Date born 2: 11 Oct 1868, Mooers Forks, NY, USA.594
Date born 3: 11 Oct 1868, Mooers Forks, NY, USA.594
Burial: 1939, Altona New York.
Died 2: 1939, Sciotia, NY.
Fact 1: 29 Nov 1868, Baptism, Mooers Forks, NY.
More About Ignace Joseph Goodman and Rosalie Brean:
Marriage: 02 Nov 1892, Chasm Falls, New York.595
Marriage Notes for Ignace Joseph Goodman and Rosalie Brean:
witnesses at the time of marriage:Alfred Goodman and ? nameArebria Hicklan
groom's age at time of marriage 24 years
bride"s age17 years.
place of residence for the groom: Malone, New York
place of residence for the bride:Chasm Falls, New York
occupation of groom: Laborer
Children of Ignace Joseph Goodman and Rosalie Brean are:
- Ontoine Goodman, b. 04 Feb 1894, Malone, NY, d. 31 May 1940, West Chazy, NY.
- +Emma Orilla Goodman, b. 16 Nov 1896, Irona, NY, d. 25 Sep 1981, West Chazy, NY CVPH medical center.
- +Albert T. Goodman Sr., b. 09 Jan 1898, Malone, NY, d. 11 Jan 1989, Holyoke Nursing HomeHolyoke, MA.
- Dewey Goodman, b. 31 Mar 1900, Altona NY596, d. 06 Oct 1979, Vt596.
- Marlena Goodman, b. 10 Mar 1902, d. Feb 1944.
- +Pearl D. Goodman, b. 23 Jan 1904, Altona NY597, d. Jan 1993597.
- Helen Mary Goodman, b. 27 Aug 1906, Altona NY, d. 30 Nov 1981, CVPH Medical Center Morrisonville, NY.
- Herbert Joseph Goodman, b. 24 Jul 1908, Altona NY598, d. 07 Jul 1978, Plattsburg NY598.
- Charles Goodman, b. 19 Sep 1909, Sciota, NY, d. 01 May 1969, CVPH Medical Center West Plattsburg, NY.
- +Ella Mae Goodman, b. 03 Mar 1913, Altona NY, d. 11 Feb 2004, Plattsburs,NY.
- +Stella Mae Goodman, b. 03 Mar 1913, Altona, New York, d. 24 Mar 1997, Potsdam, NY.
- +Delphine Emma Goodman, b. 20 Mar 1914, Altona NY, d. 09 Oct 2005, Plattsburg, New York.
- Florence Goodman, b. 17 Feb 1917, Fairfield, VT599, d. 15 Nov 1991599.
- Lawrence Goodman, b. 17 Feb 1917, Fairfield, VT600, d. Feb 1976, Holyoke Soldiers Home Holyoke, MA600.
- Ester Goodman, b. 08 Dec 1918, Fletcher, VT, USA601, d. 08 Apr 1965, Springfield, MA, USA601.
- +Lester Enos Goodman, b. 08 Dec 1918, Fletcher, VT, USA601, d. 17 Mar 1997, Springfield, MA, USA601.