1866 in Lake Charles, Louisiana|
||June 16, 1935 in
Lake Charles, Louisiana|
||June 17, 1935 in
Goos Cemetery, Lake Charles, Louisiana (Map
||April 26, 1888
in Lake Charles, Louisiana|
Albert Bel (Ab)
McCoy Goos, Sr.|
ALBERT GOOS DIES AT
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD TODAY FOR
MEMBER OF OLD FAMILY
Lake Charles, La., June 16,
Goos, 68, member of one of the oldest families of the city,
died in his home at Goos' ferry early Sunday morning after an
illness of five
been in the timber department of the Southern Pacific lines as
purchasing agent for a number of years. He was born in the old
Goos home in Goosport, his family being connected with the
early timber industry. He was a brother of the late Mrs. J. A.
services will be held at 10:30 Monday morning in the home, and
at 11 o'clock in the Goos cemetery, Rev. T. V. Herndon, pastor
of Trinity Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be by
Burke and Trotti, funeral
Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Laura Reeves; four
sons, Albert, Leno, Pat, and Walter Goos, all of this city;
four daughters, Mrs. Albert Koontz, Mrs. Elder Koontz, Mrs.
Frederica Brady, all of Goos' ferry, and Mrs. Willie Conrad of
Westlake; two brothers, Walter Goos, police juror, and Fred
Goos, both of this city.
Lake Charles American Press,
Monday, June 17, 1935:
FINAL RITES ARE
HELD FOR ALBERT GOOS AT HOME
Member of Pioneer Timber
Family Dies After Five Weeks' Illness.
Albert Goos, 68, who died at the family residence at Goos'
ferry early Sunday morning following a five weeks' illness,
were held at the home at 10 o'clock Monday morning, with the
Rev. T. V. Herndon, pastor of Trinity Baptist church of Lake
Charles, officiating. Burial was in Goos family cemetery at 11
o'clock with Burke & Trotti in
was the youngest son of the late Captain Daniel Goos and
Katherine Moeling Goos, pioneer family in development of the
timber and lumber industry in Southwest Louisiana. The couple
reared to manhood and womanhood a family of 15
BORN IN HISTORIC
Mr. Goos was
a brother of the late Mrs. J. A. Bel, and for several years
was connected with the Southern Pacific timber department as
purchasing agent. He was born in the old historic Goos home in
Goosport, December 17,
are his wife, Mrs. Laura Reeves Goos; four daughters, Mrs.
Albert Koonce, Mrs. Elder Koonce, Mrs. Frederica Brady, of
Lake Charles, and Mrs. Willie Conrad of Westlake; four sons,
Albert, Leno, Pat, and Walter S. Goos, all of Lake Charles;
and two brothers, Walter S. Goos, police juror of Ward 3, and
Fred M. Goos, both of Lake Charles.