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After the Revolutionary War, Abraham Goss, Elizabeth (Emenhiser)Goss and his mother Elizabeth Goss, made thier way to Stumptown (now a suburb of Osceola Mills)it is believed the in year 1797. There they cleared many acres and turned the wilds into one of the finest farms in the county. Abe and Elizabeth had thirteen children, although the mother and child were both lost at the birth of the thirteenth child. Of the remaining twelve children all were married and had large families of thier own. The Goss' were a very prolific family because of this many Clearfield County researchers find themselves researching this family in one way or another. There are today living in Clearfield County literally thousands of decsendants of Abe and Elizabeth Goss.
Contributed by Chuck Bush
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