1917 - 2000 (82 years)
||Goodwin, Malcolm Noyes  |
||14 Nov 1917
||Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA 
||Mac Goodwin  |
||a pharmacist  |
||Saint Helena Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA 
||10 Feb 2000
||Beaufort County Memorial Hospital, Beaufort, Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA 
||14 Feb 2000
||Saint Helena's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Beaufort, Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA 
- Funeral services were held at the Beaufort Ward, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Beaufort, SC with Bishop Dan Morgan and Elder (Dr.)Malcolm Goodwin officiating. Children Dr. Malcolm N. Goodwin, Jr., Barbara Aimar Goodwin, Sally Goodwin Calhoun, Esquire, Vivian Carol Goodwin Moore,and sister Mary Goodwin Cromwell participated in the Eulogy. Dr. Goodwin presented the sermon including the plan of salvation, the importance of thepriesthood and of families, and declared the belief and trust in Christ for all known blood relatives.
||7 Sep 2012 |
||Bosher, Vernie O'Grady, b. 28 Mar 1899, Pomona, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA , d. 09 Apr 1988, Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA (Age 89 years) |
Ca. 1922, ~age 5. Unknown beach, probably N. C. Mack and his sister Mary with their mother, Verna.
Ca. 1922, ~age 5. Unknown beach, probably N. C. Mack and his sister Mary with unknown woman.
Ca. 1920. Unknown location.
C. 1944, boardwalk at Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Viewer's left to right: Malcolm Noyes Goodwin (Daddy), Malcolm Noyes Goodwin, Jr. (me), andBarbara Wilhelmina Aimar Goodwin (Momma), and sister Barbara Aimar Goodwin Akers Logan Gilley (Garky then, but Cookie to everybody since).
1945. "Mack" surf casting at Carolina Beach, North Carolina.
Ca. 1948. Front yard of Apex, N. C. house. Mr. Baker's barn in the left background and another barn in right background. Next to the latter, was afine old apple tree and the old widow's outhouse. Dr. Elliott's house was not yet built. The terra cotta tile sun porch was not yet converted intoCookie's bedroom.
1957. Goodwin's on the go visiting Big Pop and Big Mom (Norman Moury and Verna Bosher) at Lake Marsha, Castleberry, Florida. Blackie, Malcolm'ssweetheart, (Frances Blackwell Chambers) of Durham, North Carolina, went on this trip, too. They were engaged from 1958 to 1960. The 1955 Pontiacstation wagon went on many of Malcolm's dates up to 1964 and eventually topped 200,000 miles (and consumed several road signs to cover the holes in thefloorboards). When Malcolm was engaged to Eve (Elizabeth Eve Horne), she could hear the car coming a block away (in airconditioned dormitory withwindows closed). In those days, a service station stop for this car was to fill up the oil and check the gas.