Nathan Goodell

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Nathan Goodell
Mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin
In office
1859–1859
Preceded by Burley Follett
Succeeded by E. H. Ellis
Mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin
In office
1864–1864
Preceded by Burley Follett
Succeeded by M. P. Lindsley
Personal details
Born August 8, 1798
Died June 2, 1883(1883-06-02) (aged 84)
Spouse(s) Hannah Mosely Weeks
Children 2
Parents Richard Goodell
Marcia Goodell

Nathan Goodell was mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Biography[edit]

Goodell was born on August 8, 1798 in Pomfret, Connecticut.[1] He was the eleventh of twelve children born to Richard and Marcia Goodell. Goodell would move to Jefferson County, New York and marry Hannah Mosely Weeks, the daughter of a Swedenborgian clergyman. They would have two children. After their marriage, they moved to Detroit, Michigan before settling in Green Bay. Goodell died from apparent pneumonia on June 2, 1883.

Career[edit]

Goodell was mayor in 1859 and 1864. He was also Superintendent of Streets for a number of years.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nathan Goodell (1798 - 1883)". City of Green Bay. Archived from the original on 2014-01-22. Retrieved 2011-11-28.