1870–1950
Steele Dudley Goodale

Oc­to­ber 1, 1870, in or near Prince­ville, Il­li­nois.

May 4, 1950, Sno­ho­mish, Wash­ing­ton.

Aca­cia Mem­or­i­al Park and Fu­ner­al Home, Se­at­tle, Wash­ing­ton.

Steele was the son of Ja­cob Alon­zo Good­ale and Lau­ra E. Va­ncil.

Copyright re­cords in­di­cate Good­ale, a Pres­by­ter­i­an min­is­ter and ev­an­gel­ist, was liv­ing in Ne­o­sho, Mis­sou­ri, in 1903.

The Her­ald and Pres­byter, Vol­ume 90, num­ber 27, July 2, 1919, stat­ed he moved from Web­ster Groves, Mis­sou­ri, to York, Ne­bra­ska.

The Lin­coln Jour­nal Star, No­vem­ber 21, 1927, re­port­ed Good­ale had ac­cept­ed a call to the pa­stor­ate of a Pres­by­ter­i­an church in Yu­ma, Col­o­ra­do.

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