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Title:Troy's Genealogue
Description:Troy's Genealogue: My family's genealogy with emphasis on the GOSS, GOODWIN, CONVERSE, FISHER, and MALUGANI families of Northern California.
Keywords:Andrews, Cerini, Converse, Cottrell, Fisher, Goodwin, Goss, Grahl, Greeley, Jurkewicz, Malugani, McNeil, Miller, Poole, Sikorski, Wargin
Troy's Genealogue
Troy's Genealogue
bull; Andrews
bull; Bonham
bull; Cerini
bull; Chapman
bull; Converse
bull; Fisher
bull; Goodwin
bull; Goss
bull; Greib (Cripe)
bull; Kester (K uuml;ster)
bull; Malugani
bull; Maugans (Morgan)
bull; McNeil
bull; Miller (M uuml;ller)
bull; Poole
bull; Reeve(s)
bull; Seybolt
bull; Sikorski
bull; Ulrich (Ullery)
bull; Van Wermer
bull; Wargin
bull; Yi ( #26446;)
bull; Family Mugshots
bull; News
bull; Family History Journal
bull; Surname Index
bull; Family Reunions
bull; DNA Analysis
bull; Family Military Service
bull; Family Gazetteer (U.S.)
bull; Family Gazetteer (World)
bull; Pennsylvania Dutch
bull; Troy's Links
What's New?:
Family Histories:
Greib (Cripe)
Kester (K uuml;ster)
Maugans (Morgan)
Miller (M uuml;ller)
Ulrich (Ulery)
Van Wermer
Yi ( #26446;)
Family News
Research Journal
Surname Index
DNA Analysis
Gazetteer (U.S.)
Gazetteer (World)
What's New?
Welcome to the new home of Genealogue!
Comcast discontinue its hosting of personal websites in early October so I have moved the site to this new location at Both and point to the same, new location. Please update your bookmark and discontinue use of
bull; See the Journal for details.
This family history site is dedicated to my family's roots and comprises lines that all eventually converged on Northern California: my paternal grandfather's Goss, Goodwin, and Converse families who settled in California's Mother Lode during the Gold Rush; my maternal grandmother's Swiss-Italian (Malugani and Cerini) and Pennsylvania Dutch (Fisher and Miller) roots; and my maternal grandparents' (Wargin and Sikorski) origins in Poland. It also introduces my wife's Yi family in Korea.
This site is a perpetual work-in-progress, so please report any broken links, typographical errors, suspect information or logic, or ambiguities. Also, as a courtesy, please contact me before copying any information--I love to cross-check and collaborate with new-found cousins.
Family Histories
Cerini (Cerin oacute;i)
Coirata (Tognini)
Converse (Convers)
Giumini (Gi uuml;m iacute;tt)
Goss (Gustafsson)
Greib (Cripe)
Kester (K uuml;ster)
Marchese (Terini)
Maugans (Morgan)
Miller (M uuml;ller/Mueller)
Poole (Pool)
Pozzi (Pozz iacute;tt)
Tognini (Coirata)
Ulrich (Ulery/Ulrey)
Van Wormer (Van Wermer)
Yi ( #26446;)
Allied Lines
Grahl (Groeler)
Greeley (Greely)
Family News amp; Events
Family History Journal
About Genealogue
Asian Genealogy
Surname Index
Family Reunions
DNA Analysis
Family Military Service
Family Gazetteer
Pennsylvania Dutch Roots
Our Roots in Coulterville amp; Greeley Hill
Coulterville Cemetery
Coulterville Map, 1878
Roots in Valle Maggia (Giumaglio and Coglio)
Other Writings
Troy's Bio
Troy's Links
About the Family Histories
This web site is a selective narrative version of my more comprehensive Family Tree Maker database. More expansive and searchable infomation is also posted on This site focuses on my direct ancestral lines and gives details about my ancestors, their siblings, aunts, uncles, grandchildren, and first cousins. My database on the other hand goes down four generations from where my line leaves off, i.e. down do my ancestors' first cousins and their children (first cousins, once removed). As such my database houses information on over 13,000 known or suspected relatives!
I try to be careful about how much information I post about the living. I maintain as much data as possible in my home database but endeavor to be selective about what is posted publicly on the Internet. Out of concern for privacy, this site only contains detailed information on those who have departed and tracks their descendants down to my grandparents' generation. The living are only addressed by first and last name here.
Each family book is a compilation of individual family group sheets, each detailing the subject and his or her immediate family. The first webpage assigned to a family surname contains the first two generations and then subsequent generations are given their own pages. A typical record looks like:
John DOE4 (1840-1912)
12F3.John Doe4 was born in 1840. As denoted by the number to the left, he is at the fourth generation (four alphanumeric characters) and was the third child of the sixth ( quot;F quot;) child of the second child of the progenitor. The number box is usually hyperlinked to the subject's parents for quick navigation. The superscript quot;4 quot; highlights this subject as being in my direct ancestral line, the fourth generation in that line. The subject's children are named in tables with their names hyperlinked to their own records:
Joan Doe
7 May 1868
10 Jul 1956
John Doe, Jr.5
9 Sep 1870
14 Oct 1954
The boldfacing and generational superscript highlight John Doe, Jr.,5 as a direct ancestor. Joan Doe is not, however she may be hyperlinked to her own record.
Unlike most webpages, I've turned off underlining on hyperlinks to avoid visual clutter. Hyperlinks will highlight when you mouse over them so mouse over names of people and places to find them.
As of a couple years ago I started adding footnotes and a table of sources:[Cen 1870]
Cen 1870: 6 Jul 1870 Census, Coulterville, Mariposa County, California
From the perspective of arrival in America, our family reportedly begins with the Edward Fuller (1575-1621) who sailed to America from England aboard the Mayflower and arrived at Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, in 1620. Edward and his wife died that first winter and their son Samuel was raised by Edward's brother. George Bonham (~1609-1704) also migrated to Plymouth where his son married Edward Fuller's granddaughter.
Deacon Edward Convers (1588/9-1663) sailed to the Massachusetts Bay Colony aboard the Arbella with Winthrop in 1630 and established the Puritan First Church of Woburn, northeast of Boston. His prolific family expanded into Connecticut and Vermont. Erastus Convers (Sr.) (~1804-~1847) came from one of the Vermont branches that resettled in Erie County, Pennsylvania, by around 1820. From there the line moved west to Iowa and then followed the California Gold Rush to Coulterville, Mariposa County, California.
Pennsylvania Dutch
The German lines start right at the founding of William Penn's Germantown Colony on the outskirts of Philadelphia in 1683. The K uuml;ster (Kester) family, Mennonites from Kaldenkirchen/Krefeld of the Rheinland-Pfalz (Lower Palatinate), near D uuml;sseldorf, arrived in Germantown about 1685. Later the M uuml;ller (Miller) and Stutzman families, German Baptist Brethren ( quot;Dunkers quot;), arrived in Germantown from Steinwenden, Rheinland-Pfalz, near Kaiserslautern, in 1727. Next came the Greib (Cripe) family, quot;Dunkers, quot; of Hessen or Baden in 1733.
The Fishers, likely from New Jersey, may also have had roots that go back to Germantown.
These families migrated across Pennsylvania, Maryland, Western Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska before leaping across to California after the Civil War.
quot;Pennsylvania Dutch quot;
Virginia Colony
The Chapman family settled in Virginia's middle peninsula, between Richmond and Fredericksburg, by 1700. From there they moved inland to Amelia County, southwest of Richmond. After the American Revolutionary War, the Chapmans moved further inland to Amherst County in the Virginia Blue Ridge mountains. From there they crossed into Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Iowa, where Harriet J. Chapman6 (1842-1936) married John Jackson Fisher3 (1843-1906) in Wapello County, Iowa.
California Gold Rush
John Converse3 (1829-1909), of English Puritan roots, arrived in Coulterville, Mariposa County, California, in 1851. That same year, the Goodwins, Scottish coal miners from Ayrshire, Scotland, arrived in Pennsylvania and began working the coal mines of Northumberland and Schuylkill counties. James Goodwin2 (1829-1864) began investigating California in the mid-1850s, finally settled in Coulterville in 1856, and sent for his family around 1857. They came by way of the Isthmus of Panama.
Andrew Goss1 (1840-1912) arrived in California from Sweden in 1853 or 1854 and settled in Coulterville. He married Elizabeth Goodwin3 (1852-1942) and their son married Alice Converse4 (1879-1951) to produce my paternal grandfather, Lloyd Goss3 (1912-1981).
The Greeley and Barrett families of Mariposa County also married into the Converse and Goss families, respectively.
quot;Our Roots in Coulterville
amp; Greeley Hill quot;
Italian Swiss
The Cerinis of Giumaglio, Ticino Canton, Switzerland, began investigating Marin and Sonoma Counties in California, as early as the 1880s and finally made their permanent migration with the Maluganis in 1892. The Maluganis, short in physical stature, became allied with the Fishers of tall, robust German-Pennsylvania Dutch stock in the hills above Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, and produced my paternal grandmother, Hazel (Malugani) Goss4.
Polish Roots
My mother's Wargin family arrived in America in 1890 by way of Ellis Island from north-central Poland, then ruled by Prussia. They probably settled first in Chicago, Illinois, before putting down roots in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Around the same time, the Sikorskis arrived from Poland, probably originating in central and eastern Poland, which was under Russian rule. After arrival, they operated saloons in iron ore towns in northwestern Wisconsin and northeastern Minnesota.
Other Writings
quot;Our Roots in Coulterville amp; Greeley Hill, quot; an article written for the Mariposa County branch of the California GenWeb Project.
quot;Coulterville Cemetery, quot; a compilation of names and dates found in the Coulterville Cemetery, Mariposa County, California.
quot;Sylvester amp; Sarah (Parkhurst) Fisher of Gage County, Nebraska, quot; although not posted on line for download, I have a rich-text formatted transcript of this work that Calvin C. Hobson compiled in 1972, Joy May Gagon re-edited in 1988, and I re-transcribed in 1996. Please email me if you're interested.
quot;Getting Started in Asian Genealogy, quot; as compiled for the Howard County Library, Miller Branch, and Baltimore Family History Conference:
Class PowerPoint (Aug 2015)
quot;Decoding Asian Genealogy quot;
Allied Lines
Although I don't have direct blood relations with the following lines, the Barrett, Beaman, and Greeley ties to my Goss, Goodwin, Converse, and Malugani lines are such that I've taken on a little bit of research of my own. If you're interested in these lines please let me know and I'll try to put you in touch with blood-kin.
The Barrett clan of Mariposa and Merced counties originates with Hugh Massey Barrett (b. 1791) and Carolina Butler (b. 1794). Their son, Joseph Barrett was born 13 Jan 1824 in Clonmel, Waterford, Tipperary, Ireland. Joseph moved to the New World and married Henrietta MacInnes of Scotland in Ontario, Canada. Joseph and Henrietta moved to California by 1857 and started a family in Hornitos, Mariposa County. Later they moved to Maxwell Creek (modern day Coulterville) in Mariposa County, and eventually to Merced County.
Joseph's grandson, Francisco quot;Frank quot; Harry Barrett (1898-1977) married Ila Anna Goss (1905-2006) in Modesto, Stanislaus County, California in 1924. Having grown up in Coulterville, they returned to their family origin and became historians for the small gold mining town. Their historical and genealogical work was key in sparking my interest in history and genealogy.
The Greeley clan descends from Andrew Greele of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England who sailed to the New World from Londonderry, Ireland. He married Mary Moyse and began a line in New England. Andrew's great-great grandson, Stephen Greeley (b. 1772 in Newcastle, Lincoln Co., Maine) and his wife, Hannah Nelson had as many as 11 children. Among the children were Burnham T. Greeley (b. 1806) and Orchard Cook Greeley (b. 1806) who both followed the Gold Rush to California. They settled in what is now known as Greeley Hill, near Coulterville, Mariposa County, California.
Horace Austin quot;Doc quot; Greeley, a grandson of Orchard's, married Elizabeth Ann Converse in 1902.
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