Goble Horse

Lawrence E. (8) Goble was born March 30, 1876 in Union County, Indiana to Henry Washington (7) Goble and Susan M. "Sue" Gray. Lawrence was quite a farmer and a master farmer in the state of Indiana in the late 1800s and early 1900s. He made a lot of money and had many assets. Lawrence was also a horseman and successfully bred a specific breed of horse known as the GOBLE. The GOBLE was a large draft horse suitable for plowing, but about the time the GOBLE breed got up and going, along came the tractor.

Evidently the breed has endured and is advertised as a "mountain pleasure horse" for stud service.

More photograph and more information about the GOBLE Golden Palomino.

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Lawrence E. (8) Goble, Henry Washington (7), Abner (6), Henry (5), Jonas (4), Daniel/David (3), Daniel (2), Thomas (1), Willmi (William) Goble.

Sources: Wayne Eugene (11) Goble) and http://www.awalkintheclouds.freeservers.com/Goble_s_General/goble_s_general.html

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This page last updated on December 12, 2001