1920 Census Information:
Eddie Goff (26)lived in Kershaw County, with his wife, Ola Goff(21). The family owned their farm, Eddie was a farmer.
On February 1, 1929, a certificate of death for the infant daughter of Eddie C. Goff and Ola Mae Ross was issued. The baby was born and died in Kershaw County. The cause of death was due to Premature Birth due to Ola having influenza.
Ola M Goff was counted in the census on 03 May 1930 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA as a 33-year-old, female, white, married, wife. Also in the home was her husband, Eddie C Goff; and her children, Leona B Goff, Naomi E Goff, and Eddie C Goff, Jr.
Mrs. Ola Mae Goff, 41, wife of E. C. Goff of Blaney, died at 4:30 yesterday afternoon, December 28, 1939 at her home after an illness of six weeks.
She had been a lifelong resident of the Blaney Community, where she was a member of Highway Pentecostal Holiness church.
Funeral services were conducted at 3:30, on December 29, 1939 from Highway Pentecostal Holiness church by the pastor, the Rev. L. M. Goude. Interment was in the churchyard.
On July 22, 1945, Mrs. Goff was listed in the newspaper article “Mrs. Franklin H. Urmston.”
On December 14, 1991, Ola Mae Ross Goff was listed as the decease mother in the obituary of Bessie Goff.