Estelle E Goff was born about 1918 in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, to William Henry Goff and Eunice Pearl Hornsby.
Estell Ghoff was counted in the census on 09 Jan 1920 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 1 year old, female, single, white, daughter. Also in the home was her father, Henry Ghoff; her mother, Muice Ghoff; and siblings, Ira Ghoff, Gary Ghoff, Ester Ghoff, Jemney Goff, and Heyward Ghoff.
Henry W Goff (59) lived in Kershaw, South Carolina with his wife Eunice P Goff (33), and children; Heyward H Goff (14), Estell Goff (11), Lonnie C Goff(9), Mendle H Goff (8), Talmadge Goff (6), Lillie M Goff(4) and Pearl E Goff (7 months). Henry and Heyward were farmers.
W H Goff (70) Lived in Kershaw, South Carolina with his wife; Eunice Goff (40), and children; Estelle Goff (22), Cleveland Goff (20), Mendel Goff (16), Talmadge Goff (14), Lille Mae Goff (12), Pearl Goff (10), and Betty Goff (2). The family owned a farm house with a reported value of $1500.00. Henry was a farmer and Estelle and Cleveland helped on the farm.
On December 30, 1046, Mrs. Estele Gardner was listed as a living daughter in the obituary of William Henry Goff.
Mrs. Estelle Goff Gardner, 47, of Rt. 2 Elgin, died in the Kershaw County Memorial Hospital early morning, on August 27, 1965 after a sudden illness.
Mrs. Gardner has made her home in Kershaw County all of her life. She was a member of the Highway Pentecostal Holiness Church at Elgin.
Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Eunice Hornsby Goff; a son, Johnny Gardner of Elgin; six sisters, Mrs. Vernon Nettles, Mrs. Lexie Moak, Mrs. Mattie Cook, all of Elgin, Mrs. Horace Meetze, Mrs. Esther Branham, both of West Columbia, Mrs. George Hilgenburg of Maywood, Ill.; and seven brothers, Cleveland Goff, Talmadge Goff, Mendel Goff, Gary Goff, Ira Goff, all of Elgin, Heyward Goff, Eddie Goff, both of Columbia.
Funeral Services were conducted at 4 p.m. Saturday, August 28, 1965 at Highway Pentecostal Holiness Church at Elgin by the Rev. N. D. Sellers and the Rev. Dean Clyde. Interment will be in the churchyard.
Active pallbearers will be Robert Rose, Denver Moak, Leroy Brown, Preston Goff, Bobby Goff, and Harvey Goff.
Friends called at the home of her brother, Talmadge Goff at Elgin.