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28th New York Infantry Regiment
Niagara Rifles; Scott Life Guard
Truman B. Goodenough

At age 31, Truman Goodenough enlisted as a Private with Company K, 28th NY on 26th April 1861. He mustered in with the regiment on May 22nd, 1861. He served for the duration of the regiments enlistment and mustered out on June 2nd, 1863.
He is buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Wilson, Niagara County, NY along with a number of his relatives.
Mr. Goodenough is on a marker stone with his wife, which reads:
TRUMAN B. GOODENOUGH
1830 1913
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ALMIRA His Wife
1834 1914
GOODENOUGH
Their son(?) is also buried there, his marker stone reads:
CHESTER T.
GOODENOUGH
1860 1926
The remaining markers have all suffered some damage making reading them quite difficult:
IRA A.
Son of
[Unreadable]
Goodenough
Died
[Unreadable]
Aged
15 Ys, 8 Mo, 18Ds
LOUISA A.
Wife of
Harvey M Goodenough
Died
Sept. 20, 1853
AE 21yr. 8mo.
1 day
LOLA M.
His Wife
Died
July 4, 1878
Aged
66 Yrs
IRA GOODENOUGH
Died
Apr 20, 1880
Aged
76 Yrs
GOODENOUGH
MARTHA
Wife of
Aaron Goodenough
Died
Jan. 2, 18[xx]
Aged
87 Years
AARON GOODENOUGH
Died
[xxx] 22, 1876
Aged
88 Years
Within the cemetery, the Goodenough family plot is about half way to the back of the cemetery, to the left of the main road leading into the cemetery.
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