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George Goodman

Born: 1866
Died: 1st October 1942

Intro, Biographical Information, Notes etc:

Born:  Mile End, Middlesex, England.
Father:  Josiah Goodman - 28th February 1835 ~ 29th January 1911.
Mother:  Lucy Holloway - 1838 ~ 8th December 1919.
Siblings: 
Arthur - 1859-1877
Florence - 1860-
Sidney - 1863-1938
Caroline - 1865-1938
Herbert - 1868-1909
Eliza Mary - 1870-
Clement - 1873-
Ethel - 1874-
Montague - 1875-1958
Margaret - 1877-
Alfred - 1878-1972







Comments:
Tom said ...
Dates ?
Monday, Dec 24, 2018 : 23:18
Tom said ...
There are probably more periodical articles than the small number I've added. I found them searching for his name on the search page, but it's quite time consuming. If anyone is particularly interested in him and wants to find more of these, I can put them up too.
Monday, Dec 24, 2018 : 23:39
Timothy Stunt said ...

According to my notes, his dates are 1866-1942. Percy Ruoff produced The Spiritual Legacy of George Goodman (London 1949).  When my grandfather, William Stunt, who was three years younger, was enaged to be married in 1905, he asked George to be his Best Man.  According to an oft recounted family anecdote, the reply came in a succinct telegram: "Goodman will be Best Man."   Timothy Stunt

Tuesday, Dec 25, 2018 : 03:59
Tom said ...

I'm told Goodman's abridged edition of H P Liddon on the Divinity of our Lord is a good book, so would be glad to get a scan of this.

https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001939512

Wednesday, Dec 26, 2018 : 06:44
Jacquard Spivey said ...
Am looking for the title; "GREAT TRUTHS SIMPLY STATED", With illustrations by type and incident by George Goodman
Tuesday, Sep 15, 2020 : 23:59
Marty said ...

With the Lord:  Oct. 1st, [1942] GEORGE GOODMAN, aged 76, after years of devoted service for the Lord, especially amongst young people. Through his notes on S.U. portions for several years he must have reached hundreds of thousands, and only eternity will reveal what the helpful ministry by voice and pen of this stalwart for the truth have meant to very many. A meeting has been convened at Bloomsbury Central Church, Shaftesbury Ave., W.C.2, Nov. 2ist, 3.30 p.m., to render thanks to God for the life and Christian service of our brother. “Echoes of Service” 1942

Tuesday, Apr 13, 2021 : 06:21


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