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Arney Lippincott, the husband of Mary Goldy (of John Goldy and Amelia Wright), died 1858. A farmer in Springfield Twp, Burlington County, New Jersey.

Following Arney Lippincott's death, a sale was held to settle his estate. Eihjt different lots of land were sold by the order of the Orphan's Court of Burlington County. On 13 December 1859, the sale was held for The Homestead Farm in Springfield Twp., near the Mount Meeting House, adjoining the lands of Joseph L. Lamb, Samuel Smith, and others. The farm contained 280 acres of which was cultivated land enclosed with a good cedar fence and eighty acres of large timber and excellent stone. Also on the property was a large and commodious two-story dwelling house, rough cast with attached frame kitchen. It has a cellar under the whole house and a well of excellent water at the door with a hydrant in the shed. The outbuildings included a furnace house, a small shop, barns, crib, cow and sheep houses. There were also two tenant houses, a large apple orchard and other fruit trees. This was the farm on which William F. Lippincott lived.
On the same date 15 acres were sold. Henry C. Budd lived in the 3 room home at the time.
December 15, 1859,  170 acres were sold. Known as Lewistown Farm. Pemberton and New Hanover Twps.
December 17, 1859, 336 acres were sold. Known as the Little Pine Mill Tract. Pemberton Twp.
December 20 1859, 146 acres sold. Known as Laurel Spung Tract. Pemberton Twp.
December 22, 1859, 226 acres sold. Known as Mingen Tract. Southampton Twp.
December 24, 1859, 225 acres sold. Known as Hedger House Tract. Southampton Twp.

 

New Jersey Mirror
Headline: DIED.
Date: June 30, 1869
Page: 2
Column: 5
Summary: At the residence of his son-in-law, Restore M. Goldy, in Westampton, on the 26th instant(June, 1869), WILLIAM MAJOR.

 

 

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Obituary
Headline: Died
Date: March 16, 1870
Page: 2
Column: 5
Summary: In Westampton, on March 10, 1870, Restore M. Goldy.
He died of Typhoid Fever. Have copy of DR's death documents.

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Obituary
Headline: Died
Date: December 14, 1870
Page: 2
Column: 5
Summary: In Westampton, on December 9, 1870, Josephine Goldy, daughter of Miriam Goldy.

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Obituary
Headline: Died
Date: December 28, 1870
Page: 2
Column: 5
Summary: In Wesampton, on December 22, 1870, Benjamin Goldy, son of Miriam Goldy, aged about 12 years.

Josephine and Benjamin are the children of Restore and Miriam Major Goldy

 

New Jersey Mirror

Headline: LOCAL AFFAIRS. / RUN OVER AND KILLED.
Date: September 5, 1872
Page: 3
Column: 2
Summary: A boy between eight and nine years of age, named Isaiah G. Worrell, son of John H. Worrell, of Buddtown, was run over and instantly killed, on Saturday afternoon(presumably a reference to August 31, 1872). He was standing at the side of a pair of horses attached to an open wagon, when three parties trotting horses through the village approached at a rapid rate. The boy attempted to climb into the front of the wagon, when the horses became frightened by the noise of the passing vehicle, and ran away. He clung to the wagon for a considerable distance but finally lost his hold, fell to the ground, and the wheels passed over him. When picked up, life was extinct.

mother was Mary E Goldy

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Obituary
Headline: Died
Date: October 6, 1880
Page: 2
Column: 5
Summary: In Philadelphia, October 5, 1880, William Goldy, son of E. Wright and Sarah E. Goldy, in his 19th year.

on death certificate cause of death: Injuries accidently rec'd

 

New Jersey Mirror
Category: OBITUARIES
Headline: DIED.
Date: April 6, 1881
Page: 2
Column: 6
Summary: FORT.--In Camden, April 1st, Lidie Fort, wife of Wm. Fort, and daughter of Corils(sic.) and Hannah E. Goldy. Interred at Pemberton.

Buried with sister Isabella and brother Charles B.

April 1, 1881, in Camden, Lidie Fort, wife of William Fort, and daughter of Curlis and Hannah E. Goldy—Mt. Holly Herald 1881

Pemeberton Methodist Church Cemetery

New Jersey Mirror;
OBITUARIES
Headline: DIED.
Date: July 22, 1885
Page: 2
Column: 9
Summary: GOLDY.--At Buckingham, July 6, 1885, Charles Goldy, aged 66 years. Interred at Pemberton.


Pemberton Baptist Cemetery        Co H. 29th New Jersey Volunteers, Infantry

 

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Obituaries
Headline: Died.
Date: November 10, 1886
Page: 2
Column: 7
Summary: November 9, 1886, in Mount Holly, Joseph Goldy, aged 69 years. Funeral from the residence of his son-in-law, F.S. Haines, Garden street, Mount Holly, on Friday, at 1 o'clock, p.m.

 

 

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Obituaries
Headline: Died.
Date: April 18, 1888
Page: 2
Column: 7
Summary: At Mount Holly, April 16th, 1888, Helen, daughter of W. Henry Goldy, aged 11 months.

 

 

 

Ann Margaret Goldy age 42, died June 27, 1895-use of Turpentine to produce abortion-M.H. Keeler Funeral record.
Wife of John Samuel Bozarth (His parents were George Washington Bozarth and Beulah Shinn)
Daughter of Samuel D. Goldy and Mary C. Dobbins

 

New Jersey Mirror
Category: OBITUARIES
Headline: DIED.
Date: October 28, 1891
Page: 2
Column: 5
Summary: GOLDY.--At Mount Holly, October 15, Meda, daughter of Samuel and Lizzie Goldy, aged 2 years and 10 months.

 

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Obituary
Headline: Died
Date: January 10, 1894
Page: 2
Column: 8
Summary: At Philadelphia, January 6, 1894, Stella B. Goldy, daughter of Charles W. and Sallie F. Goldy, aged 2 months. Interred at Pemberton.

 

New Jersey Mirror
OBITUARIES
Headline: DIED.
Date: July 29, 1896
Page: 2
Column: 6
Summary: WURST.--At Mount Laurel, July 23, Annie Goldy, wife of Charles F. Wurst.

Sarah Ann "Annie" Goldy dau of Samuel B and Elmira Cain Goldy

 

New Jersey Mirror
Category: Local News
Headline: Buddtown
Date: January 27, 1897
Page: 2
Column: 6
Summary: Much regret is expressed here over the death of John H. Worrell as he was a friend of almost everybody in need.

Husband to Mary E Goldy

New Jersey Mirror
Category: OBITUARIES
Headline: DIED.
Date: July 27, 1898
Page: 4
Column: 9
Summary: GOLDY.--At Marlton, July 21, Florence H. T., daughter of Howard W. and Lucinda W. Goldy, aged 19 months.


Name: Goldy, Florence H.T.
Death Date: Jul 21, 1898
Place of Death: Marlton
Place of Burial:
Publication: Mount Holly Herald
Jul 30, 1898, p. 2, col. 6

Notes: Aged 19 months. Twin daughter of Howard W. & Lucinda W. Goldy.