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LUCINDA EDGOOSE formerly ANDERSON nee BACON (1838-1914) [PAGE 1]

From "Portrait and Biographical Album of Racine & Kenosha Counties...." pages 432, 433, & 434. 
 
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Bacon LucindaBacon 2116 738.jpg
LUCINDA EDGOOSE formerly ANDERSON nee BACON (1838-1914) [PAGE 2]

From "Portrait and Biographical Album of Racine & Kenosha Counties...." pages 432, 433, & 434. 
 
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LUCINDA EDGOOSE formerly ANDERSON nee BACON (1838-1914) [PAGE 3]

From "Portrait and Biographical Album of Racine & Kenosha Counties...." pages 432, 433, & 434. 
 
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EARLY HISTORY OF BROWN COUNTY SOUTH DAKOTA

Clara Strohmeier Clark's article on her mother Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944). This 208 page history was presented to Michael James Edgoose from England at the end of his visit to Clara and Lawson V. Clark in April 1972.
The inscription inside the front cover reads "Love and Best Wishes From Clara and Lawson V. Clark 819.No. Washington St. Aberdeen, South Dakota 57401 April 14th 1972.
Clara Harriet Strohmeier (1894-1980) was the elder daughter of Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944) and wife of Richard Strohmeier (1865-1948). She was a member of the Brown County Territorial Pioneer Committee. Her article on Elizabeth Edgoose appears on pages 61, 62 and 63, and is reproduced here.
 
 
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BROWN COUNTY SOUTH DAKOTA 62 809.jpg
EARLY HISTORY OF BROWN COUNTY SOUTH DAKOTA

Clara Strohmeier Clark's article on her mother Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944).
This 208 page history was presented to Michael James Edgoose from England at the end of his visit to Clara and Lawson V. Clark in April 1972. The inscription inside the front cover reads "Love and Best Wishes From Clara and Lawson V. Clark 819.No. Washington St. Aberdeen, South Dakota 57401 April 14th 1972.
Clara Harriet Strohmeier (1894-1980) was the elder daughter of Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944) and wife of Richard Strohmeier (1865-1948). She was a member of the Brown County Territorial Pioneer Committee. Her article on Elizabeth Edgoose appears on pages 61, 62 and 63 and is reproduced here. 
 
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BROWN COUNTY SOUTH DAKOTA 63 810.jpg
EARLY HISTORY OF BROWN COUNTY SOUTH DAKOTA

Clara Strohmeier Clark's article on her mother Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944).
This 208 page history was presented to Michael James Edgoose from England at the end of his visit with Clara and Lawson V. Clark in April 1972. The inscription inside the front cover reads "Love and Best Wishes From Clara and Lawson V. Clark 819.No. Washington St. Aberdeen, South Dakota 57401 April 14th 1972.
 
 
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Edgoose BenjaminEdgoose 365 998.jpg
BENJAMIN EDGOOSE (1854-1928)

Wisbech Property Sales, Thursday 4 July 1907

(Stamford Mercury, Friday 5 July 1907)
 
 
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Edgoose BenjaminEdgoose 365 999.jpg
BENJAMIN EDGOOSE (1854-1928)

Wisbech Property Sales, 7 April 1900

(Stamford Mercury, Friday 13 April 1900) 
 
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Edgoose ElizabethEdgoose 696 624.jpg
THE STROHMEIER CHILDREN MAKE THEIR MARK 1916

This advertisement from The Oakes Times of 20 April 1916 shows that Richard, Clara, and Alice, the three children of Elizabeth Strohmeier (Elizabeth Edgoose 1852-1944) were already making their mark in the family greenhouse business.
(Chronicling America) 
 
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L. FRANK BAUM and ELIZABETH EDGEGOOSE


From page 87 of Rebecca Longcraine's book The Real Wizard of Oz: The life and times of L. Frank Baum (ISBN 978-1-592-40558-9) with the kind permission of the author (http://rebeccaloncraine.com/wizard_of_oz.htm)
 
 
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Edgoose ElmittJesseEdgoose 450 992.jpg
MR. ELMITT JESSE EDGOOSE (1881-1952) RETIRES AFTER 45 YEARS TEACHING

(Dandenong Journal, Wednesday 4 June 1952, page 16) 
 
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Edgoose HerbertLeslieEdgoose 453 965.jpg
HERBERT LESLIE EDGOOSE 1916-1988

The Japs bombed Darwin on the three nights before he left for 7 days at home.

From the Dandenong Journal 30 September 1942 
 
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HERBERT LESLIE EDGOOSE (1916-1988)

"Local Boy in Honoured Squadron

The RAAF Squadron of which Flight-Sgt. Herb Edgoose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgoose, of Sleeth avenue, Dandenong, is one of two that have been cited by President Roosevelt."

(The Dandenong Journal, 24 February 1943. WITH THE BOYS IN UNIFORM - Trove) 
 
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JAMES EDGOOSE 1780-1932

Auction Poster advertising sale on 27 February 1823 and signed by the noted Victorian wood engraver, Orlando Jewitt 
 
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JAMES EDGOOSE 1847-1892

Sale of the late Mr. James Edgoose's Property
From the Stamford Mercury Friday 5 April 1901 
 
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"PIONEER TEACHERS

Yesterday was Pioneers' Day at the Schools' Exhibition, and a large number of teachers who had taught in departmental schools 40 or 50 years ago attended. They were all impressed by the remarkable advance since those days in the methods of instructing children. The group of men pioneers (from the left) comprise:- Messrs. George Mitchell (1866-1907), Harry Mitchell (1863-18??), Robert Camm (1866-1897), John J. Edgoose (no dates given) and John Porter (1865-1891).
(The Argus, Wednesday 4 October 1922) 
 
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REPRESENTATIVE LOCAL PREACHERS 1897

John James Edgoose (1830-1930) is in the front row 7th from the left.
(Methodist Spectator 1897) 
 
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JOHN LEWIN EDGOOSE (1827-1889)

From the History of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin
{PAGE 719]:

His daughter Aristean EDGOOSE (1878-1906), his two wives Mrs. Lucinda ANDERSON (1838-1914) and Sarah L. STEBBINS (1934-1974) are mentioned. 
 
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RONALD WILLIAM EDGOOSE (1911-1981) AND HIS TELESCOPIC TV AERIAL 1968

(cutting from an unknown newspaper) 
 
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RONALD WILLIAM EDGOOSE (1911-1981) AND HIS TELESCOPIC TV AERIAL 1968

(cutting from an unknown newspaper) 
 

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