William Gooderham Family Bible
The Bible was found at the Distillery. The Family register includes William and Harriet Gooderham and their children plus entries up until 1905 in a different hand recording additional births and deaths.


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Gooderham Family Bible found in Distillery
Gooderham Family Bible found in Distillery
The Bible is about 9 ½ “ x 11 ½ “ x 3” thick with hand written entries for William Gooderham’s family. The Bible was published in Boston by Robert H. Sherburne, 1848. It is leather bound, but the front cover has completely separated from the binding and the spine is detached from the binding. The bible was being used by a worker at the Distillery District as a stepping stone. A friend rescued it and gave it to Dinah Cruse-Hunter who's 4th g-grandmother was the sister-in-law of William Gooderham's son Alfred. 
 
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Gooderham Family Bible found in the Distillery
Gooderham Family Bible found in the Distillery
Document containing info about the bible which was found in the Distillery, what is written in it, and photos of the relevant pages of the bible. 
 

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