The Goodell/Goodale Family Papers, 1750-1905
Note: The variant spelling of the name is not unusual for the period. Both forms are used interchangeably by all members of the family, sometimes in the same document.
Maps-World-1822: A large world map created by Ira Goodell in 1822, housed in the Map Case.
Pansy Park folder in the Manuscript Collection.
Bound collection of L. W. Goodell’s seed catalogs from 1876-1904 can be found in Special Collections under MASS.TOWNS/Belchertown.
See the 19th and 20th-century Newspaper Indexes in the Special Collections Reading Room for articles on Pansy Park and members of the Goodell/Goodale Family.
|1||1||Goodell, Angelo – Correspondence – Calendar |
[Angelo (b. circa 1842) was the son of Ira Chafee Goodell.]
|1||2||Goodell, Angelo – Correspondence||1849-1863|
|1||3||Goodell, Angelo – Correspondence||1864-1871|
|1||4||Goodell, Angelo – Correspondence||Undated|
|1||5||Goodell, Asahel – Account Books|
[Asahel (1810-1900) was the fifth son of Moses and Susannah.]
|1||6||Goodell, Asahel – Account Book||1842-1854|
|1||7||Goodell, Asahel – Deeds||1836-1870 (not inclusive)|
|1||8||Goodell, Asahel – Papers|
|1834-1899 (not inclusive)|
|1||9||Goodell, Asahel – Receipts||1837-1888 (not inclusive)|
|1||10||Goodell, Ella C. – Deed |
[Ella was the wife of Wesley M. Goodell, son of Asahel.]
|1896 August 21|
|1||11||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Account Book|
[Ira Chaffee (1800-1877) was the eldest son of Moses.]
|3 July 1819 – |
26 April 1873
|2||1||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Art|
Three photographs of paintings attributed to Ira Chaffee Goodell owned by the Stone House Museum in Belchertown.
|2||2||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Biography|
Two copies of an article by Suzanne and Michael Payne in Antiques & Fine Art Magazine.
|2||3||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence – Calendar|
|2||4||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1822-1832|
|2||5||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1836-1837|
|2||6||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1838|
|2||7||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1839|
|2||8||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1840|
|2||9||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1841|
|2||10||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1842-1843|
|2||11||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1844-1845|
|2||12||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1846-1848|
|2||13||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1849-1854|
|2||14||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1855-1856|
|3||1||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1870-1872|
|3||2||Goodell, Ira Chaffee – Correspondence||1874-1875|
|3||3||Goodell, L. W. – Flowers |
Pictures of Pansy Park, news clippings, seed catalog
|3||4||Goodell, Moses – Correspondence – Calendar|
|3||5||Goodell, Moses – Correspondence||1813-1839|
|3||6||Goodell, Moses – Correspondence||1840-1854|
|3||7||Goodell, Moses – Deeds||1799, 1815, 1822, 1829, 1849|
|3||8||Goodell, Moses – Deeds||1822-1852 (not inclusive)|
|3||9||Goodell, Moses – Will||1853|
|3||10||Goodell, Nathaniel – Deeds |
[Nathaniel (1740-1814) was the father of Moses.]
|1764-1798 (not inclusive)|
|3||11||Goodell, Nathaniel Dudley – Biography|
Various papers and one news article about N. D. Goodell.
[Nathaniel Dudley (1814-1890) was the sixth son of Moses.]
|3||12||Goodell, Nathaniel Dudley – Buildings, East Coast|
Information about buildings that Goodell was involved with, primarily the Otis Company mill buildings in Ware, Mass.
|3||13||Goodell, Nathaniel Dudley – Buildings, West Coast|
Information about various buildings in California that Goodell designed.
|Oversize||Goodell, Nathaniel Dudley – Elevation|
|3||14||Goodell, Nathaniel Dudley – Gold Rush|
Paper written by Michael J. O’Hara
|1979 February 7|
|3||15||Goodell, Nathaniel Dudley – Insolvency|
Appears to be a notice of the third meeting of the creditors of N. D. Goodell.
|1847 July 3|
|3||16||Goodell, Nathaniel Dudley – Sgromo|
Masters’ thesis by Vito Joseph Sgromo about the houses and building designed by Goodell.
|3||17||Goodell, Newton F. W. – Correspondence|
[Newton (1822-1840) was the youngest child of Moses.]
|3||18||Goodell, Newton F. W. – Matrimony|
Eight sheets, headed “Matrimony versus Celibacy, spoken in the Brick School house, Logtown, Mass.”
|1840 January 28|
|3||19||Goodell, Robert – Deed (Copy)|
[Robert (1601-1682) came to America in 1634, and was the 3rd-great-grandfather of Moses.]
|1666 January 6|
|3||20||Goodell Family – Biography |
Paper titled “Culture and Community: The Worlds of Ira and Asahel Goodell – A Middle-Class Family in Transition, 1820-1860”, written for an AC history class.
|1985 December 18|
|3||21||Goodell Family – Clippings|
|3||22||Goodell/Goodale Family – Correspondence – Calendar|
|3||23||Goodell/Goodale Family – Correspondence||1836-1854|
|3||24||Goodell/Goodale Family – Correspondence||1865-1905, undated|
|3||25||Goodell/Goodale Family – Genealogy|
Pieces of information about various family members
|3||26||Goodell/Goodale Family – Miscellaneous|