Goodhart, John Franklin 1 2

Birth Name Goodhart, John Franklin
Gender male
Age at Death 59 years, 11 months, 15 days


John Franklin Goodhart and his nephew, John A. Bohler, were members of the Pennsylvania Colony that founded the town of Osborne City, Kansas on May 1, 1871. John soon decided he wanted to return to Pennsylvania and did so, leaving his goods to his nephew. A Civil War veteran, John Goodhart was listed on an 1883 military pensioner roll (certificate No. 13,408) as living in Reading and receiving a pension of $8.00 a month. Contributor: Von Rothenberger,


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Verified with cemetery records that John is buried in Section OP Plot 142 however his grave is unmarked. Submitted by: Ed Gensemer,


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 29 January 1825 Pennsylvania, United States of America    
Death 13 January 1885      
Burial   Aulenbach’s Cemetery, Mount Penn, Berks Co., Pennsylvania, United States of America    


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Goodhart, John (Johannes)1 December 179625 December 1883
Mother Shearer, Catherine27 February 180310 October 1881
         Goodhart, John Franklin 29 January 1825 13 January 1885
    Sister     Goodhart, Emaline 2 April 1830 19 July 1909


Family of Goodhart, John Franklin and Spangler, Annie Mary

Married Wife Spangler, Annie Mary ( * 1838 + 15 November 1914 )

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