1930 Census Information:
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.
1940 Census Information:
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, Cleve Goff was listed as a living son in the obituary of William Henry Goff.
On August 28, 1965, Cleveland Goff was listed as a living brother in the obituary of Estelle Goff Gardner.
On November 30, 1975, Cleve Goff was listed as a living half-brother in Gary Arthur Goff Sr.’s obituary.
On March 12, 1983, Cleve Goff was listed as a living son in the obituary of Mrs. Eunice Pearl Hornsby Goff.
On November 14, 1985, Clever Goff was listed as a living half brother in Mrs. Esther G Branham’s obituary.
Cleaver Lonnie Goff, 67, of the Brian Center, died February 26, 1988. He was a retired after 25 years employment at E. I Dupont Co.
Survivors were his wife, Mrs. Ruth Bowen Goff; sons, Benjamin W Goff and Clement Dean Goff of Elgin; a daughter, Mrs. Lucy Goff Spradley of Elgin; a stepson Ralph D Heath of Elgin; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Sylvia Heath Branham of Elgin; brothers, Mendel Goff and Talmadge Goff of Elgin; sisters, Mrs. Pearl Nettles of Elgin, Mrs. Betty Meetze of West Columbia, and Lilly Mae Hildenburg of Illinois; a half sister, Mrs. Zemmie Moak of Elgin; and grandchildren.
The family received friends from 7pm to 9pm February 26, 1988 at Talbert-Shives Funeral Home.
The family gathered at the residence of C. Dean Goff, 2335 Miles Road, Elgin.