Eddie C Goff Jr. was counted in the census on 03 May 1930 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA as a 4-year-old, male, single, white, son. Also in the home was his father, Eddie C Goff; his mother, Ola M Goff; and his siblings, Leona B Goff and Naomi E Goff.
On December 29, 1939, Hilburn Goff was listed as a living son in Ola Mae Goff’s obituary.
1940 Census Information:
Eddie C Goff (46) lived in Kershaw County, with his children; Ruby Goff (6), Leona Goff(17), Naomi Goff (15), Hilburn Goff (13) and Doris Goff (9). The family owned their farm house with a reported value of $500.00. Eddie was listed as a widow farming while raising, Leona, Naomi, Eddie Hilburn, and Doris who attended school. Ruby was too young to attend school and stayed at home.
On January 10, 1945, Eddie H Goff enlisted for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law at Fort Jackson, Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, USA.
On October 10, 1954, Eddie H Goff was listed as the groom in “Mary Addlean Jeffers.”
On April 13, 1966, Eddie H Goff was listed as a living son in Eddie C Goff’s obituary.
Eddie Hilburn Goff, 56, of Elgin, died October 7, 1982 at Baptist Medical Center in Columbia. He was a former chauffeur for DuPont and an Army Veteran of the Korean conflict.
Funeral services were held on October 9, 1982 at Highway Pentecostal Holiness Church. Kornegay Funeral Home of Camden is in charge.
On September 5, 1991, Eddie H Goff was listed in the newspaper article “Goff-Campbell.”