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The GOODWIN Family Organization
(The Goodwin News, Volume 4, Issue 4, 1982)



Foster's Daily Democrat, Dover, N.H. 1 June 1982.
SOUTH BERWICK: Gertrude P. GOODWIN, 76, of Witchtrot Road, died on Monday, May 31, 1982 at the Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in Dover.
She was born in Eliot on Oct. 27, 1905, a daughter of Fred and Edna (ROWE) Rogers. Mrs. GOODWIN came to live in South Berwick many years ago. Her husband, Everett W. GOODWIN, died in 1969.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Stanley G. (Sylvia) JOHNSON Sr. of South Berwick; three brothers, Elmer ROGERS, Walter ROGERS, and Hollis ROGERS, all of Eliot; a sister, Mrs. Edward HALLAM of Eliot; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 P. M. Thursday at the McIntire and McCooey Funeral Home, 301 Main St., with the Rev. James Christensen, pastor of the First Parish Federated Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Foster's Daily Democrat, Dover N.H. 13 May 1982
SOUTH LEBANON, ME., Edna E. GOODWIN, 80, of South Lebanon died Thursday, May 13, 1982, at Frisbie Memorial Hospital. She had lived in South Lebanon all her life.
She was a member of the James Farrington Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Members of her family include Hubert Goodwin of Saco, her brother; and two nephews, Donald Goodwin of South Lebanon and Wayne Holyoke of Bangor.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Bethany Methodist Church in East Rochester. Burial will be in Cold Spring Cemetery.
Calling hours are from 2 to U and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the R.M. Edgerly and Son Funeral Home.

Portland Press Herald, 23 April 1982
ROBERTA T. GOODWIN, HINGHAM, MA., 47, died April 9 in South Weymouth hospital after a long illness.
She was born in New Bedford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Taber. She attended Portland, Maine, schools and the former Portland Junior College.
Mrs. Goodwin was employed by New England Telephone Company in Portland, and was a supervisor for the telephone company in Boston. She had lived here for the past 20 years, and was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church. Her husband, David M. Goodwin Jr., died in 1979. She leaves her mother of Rochester, N.Y., and two sons, David M. III and Robert, both of Scituate.
A memorial service was held here, and burial was in St. John,s Memorial Garden.

Foster's Daily Democrat, Dover N.H., 5 April 1982
MILTON - Mrs. Ruth G. LORD, 89, of Tappan Court died Saturday, April 3, 1982, at Frisbie Hospital.
Born Jan. 19, 1893, in East Lebanon, Maine, the daughter of Melvin and Clara (Goodwin) Wentworth, she had resided in the Milton area 58 years. She was a member of the Milton Community Church, the American Legion Auxiliary, an honorary member of the Milton's Women's Club and a member of the Women's Union of the Community Church.
The family includes three sons, Philip E. Lord of Waltham, Mass., Earl M. Lord of Milton and Richard W. Lord of Dover; a daughter, Miss Ida J. Lord of Rochester; six grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Marion Cushing of Rochester; and nieces and nephews.
The service was held at 1:30 p.m. today at the Edgerly Funeral Home, Rochester. Burial will be in Cold Springs Cemetery, East Rochester at a later date.

Portland Press Herald, 26 April 1982
RUTH E. GOODWIN of Colorado Springs, COLO., 59, of 2606 Fairmount St., died April 17 in a Denver hospital after a lengthy illness.
She was born in Woburn, Mass., the daughter of Carl and Anna Peterson Anderson. She had resided there for 18 years. She graduated from Woburn High School, and was married to Stanley L. Goodwin on Nov. 25, 1945 in Waterboro, Maine.
Mrs. Goodwin was a homemaker and was a member of the Audubon Heights Baptist Church, a volunteer for the Red Cross at Ft. Carson Hospital and Peterson Field Dispensory, member of the Officer's Wives Club, the Retired Officer's Wives Club, the Retired Weather Wives Club, and was active in the bridge club of the Officer's Wives Club.
She is survived by her husband, Stanley L.; three sons, A.F. T. Sgt. Stephen P. and Peter A. both of Colorado Springs, and Airman 1st Class Michael A. of Mtn. Home AFB, Idaho, a daughter A.F. Capt. Rebecca A. Goodwin of Colorado Springs; two sisters, Mrs. Marion Tillson of York Maine, and Mrs. Eleanor Neville of Newfield, Maine; and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held April 21 at Swan-Law Cascade Chapel. The Rev. Leland Angell and Chaplain Lt. Col. James R. McClements officiated. Interment was in Evergreen Cemetery.



Recently we received from Joan BUTCHER, Manchester, N.H. two more lines that go back to Daniel Goodwin. Her first lineage that she submitted is in Vol. 1, issue 3. This line is through the son of Daniel GOODWIN, Thomas, who md. Mehitable PLAISTED. The other two lines are as follows:

1.  Daniel GOODWIN md. Margaret SPENCER

2.  William GOODWIN md. Deliverance TARBOR

3.  William GOODWIN md. Abigail STONE

4.  Elijah GOODWIN md. Abigail TARBOX

5.  Jacob GOODWIN md. Joanna STANTON

6.  Sophia GOODWIN md. James GERRISH

7.  Jacob GERRISH md. Mary Elizabeth GOODWIN

8.  Hiram GERRISH md. Lydia Von SIEGIL

9.  Theodore GERRISH md. Grace GOODWIN

10. Vernor GERRISH md. Delia Dearborn

11. Daughter

Same as the one above except after “Elijah GOODWIN md. Abigail TARBOX”, line is as follows:

5. Simeon GOODWIN md. Mary GOODRICH

6. Urban GOODWIN md. Peggy Ann HORNE

7. Mary Elizabeth GOODWIN md. Jacob GERRISH

Editor's note: If the lineage of Grace GOODWIN can be traced she will probably have four lines to Daniel.

From: Harold M. WING, Marysville, CA. 95901

1. Son

2. Ernest L. Wing, b. 22 Sept. 1865, Athens, ME. md. Nellie Bassett [Birth Cert.]

3. Amos R. Wing, md. Athens ME. Lydia Turner [1860 Census, Birth Cert., 1850 Census Somerset City. ME., Hist. Gen. of John Locke]

4. Lyman Turner, md. Sarah Locke [History and Genealogy of Capt. John Locke]

5. Sarah Locke, daughter of Samuel and Sally Goodwin, [History and Genealogy of Capt. John Locke]

6. Samuel Locke, md. Sally Goodwin [History and Genealogy of Capt. John Locke]

7. Sarah (Sally) Goodwin daughter of Joseph and Sarah Goodwin [Old Kittery and Her Families]

8. Joseph Goodwin b. Nov. 3, 1754, S. Berwick, ME. md. Sarah Pritchard [Old Kittery and Her Families]

9. Taylor Goodwin, md. Elizabeth Nason [Old Kittery and Her Families]

From: Edna Mae HOLLINGER, Castle Rock, Washington, 98611

1. Son

2. Erma M. Jones b. 25 Sept. 1903, Meridian, Ida., md. Homer Hollinger [Family Bible]

3. Ella E. Johnson, b. 29 Dec. 1864, Scottsville, Ill., md. Franklin Catlet Jones [Family Bible].

4. Prosper M. Johnson, b. 16 Dec. 1838, Albany, Me., md. Mary Rebecca WISER [Family Bible].

5. William P. Johnson, md. Betsy Libby Goodwin [Family Bible]

6. Daniel Libby Goodwin, md. Sarah Haskell [Family Bible]

7. Capt. William Haskell lived 1790 Harpswell, Me., md. Sarah Pinkham [1790 Census of Maine, Family Bible].

8. Ebenezer Pinkham, lived 1790 Harpswell, Me., md. Sarah Austin [1790 Census of Maine, Family Records]

From: Jimmie Onita Adair McDermott BURROW

1. Son

2. Fritz Alford Adair b. 15 Oct. 1900 d. 30 Oct. 1972 md. 22 Dec. 1923, Roby Texas, Gladys Elizabeth Harrison b. 14 May 1907 Madill Okla., d. 2 Nov. 1979 Portales, N.M.

3. William Henry Harriaon, b. 10 Jan. 1874 Tenn., d. 28 June 1949 Causey N.M., md. 1900 Itaska, Texas, Mary Lucinda George b. 28 July 1882 Gainesville, Texas

4. Hosia Halcum George b. 7 Jan. 1857, Pleasant Site, Ala., d. 3 Oct. 1925 Holderville, Okla., md. 1875(?) Ala., Amanda Goodwin, b. 1860 Ala., d. 1882-84(?) Texas

In reference to the genealogy submitted by Elbridge L. GOODWIN and printed in the last issue, some further information has been sent to us by Mrs. Marion P. WIGHTMAN, Naples, Fla.:

1. Edward GOODWIN

2. Richard GOODWIN md. 14 Nov. 1677 Mary FOWLER, d/o Samuel b ca 1618

3. Nathan b. 14 Oct. 1714 Amesbury, md. 13 Jan. 1736 Rhoda COLBY

4. Timothy b. 24 April 1743 md. Hampstead, Anna or Hannah GOULD b. 1731 in Salisbury.

5. Hannah b. 9 July 1777 Hampstead, N.H. md. David FLANDERS 9 July 1795

Source: Copy of research sent to Mrs. Wightman by her sister which she had done in the Stake L.D.S. Branch Library in Oakland, California.

From: Miss Margaret E. MESSENGER, Clarke's Harbour, N.S.

1.  Daughter

2.  Austin MESSENGER b. 24 July 1878, Clarke's Harbour [personal knowledge].

3.  Smith MESSENGER md. 14 Dec. 1865, Cape Sable Island, Margaret NICKERSON [Item in Yarmouth, N.S. weekly newspaper].

4.  Collins NICKERSON b. 15 Nov. 1810, Cape Sable Island md. Mary b. 12 May 1811 [Family record of Collins Nickerson. Argyle Township Records give Mary's birthdate as 16 May 1811].

5.  James GOODWIN md. 8 Feb. 1804 Susanne MATTHEWS [Argyle Township Records]

6.  Nicholas GOODWIN md. Elsie PIERCE.

7.  Henry GOODWIN md. 28 Feb. 1747-8, Eliza WEYMOUTH (This and the following info, were found in newspaper clippings of a genealogical nature and supported by info, sent by Jill (GOODWIN) PALMER.

8.  John GOODWIN b. 2 Sept. 1694, md. Patience WILLOUGHBY.

9.  William GOODWIN b. 1663, Kittery. Maine, md. Deliverance TAYLOR.

10. Daniel GOODWIN md. 1654 Margaret SPENCER.


The following application for membership in the D.A.R. was found while researching at their library in Washington, D.C.
An interesting note about it is that the father of the applicant, Thurman T. GOODWIN was mentioned in the list of people who attended the first GOODWIN reunion in 1908, when they met to form a family association. An account of this meeting was in the Goodwin News, Vol. IV, issue 2.

I, Constance Goodwin MacPherson being of the age of eighteen years and upwards, hereby apply for membership in the Society by right of lineal descent in the following line from Daniel Goodwin who was born in South Berwick Maine, bapt. on the 18th day of November, 1749, and died in Eliot (Old Kittery) Maine on the 18th day of December, 1811. His place of residence during the Revolution was Eliot, Maine.

I am the daughter of

1.  Thurman Thomas Goodwin born on 31 Jan. 1878 at S. Berwick Me., died at Bristol, N.H., on 29 March 1951, and his wife Carrie Medora Brown born on 24 Feb. 1879 at Westbrook Me., married on 18 June 1903

2.  The said Thurman Thomas Goodwin was the child of Edwin Ruthwin Goodwin born on 4 July 1838, S. Berwick, Me., died at S. Berwick, Me. on 6 Nov. 1894 and his wife Helen Lawrence Watt born on 5 Aug. 1842 at Kennebunk, Me., died at Beverly, Ma. on 2 Jan. 1926, married on 4 July 1865.

3.  The said Edwin Ruthwin Goodwin was the child of Daniel Goodwin born on 11 April 1824 at (prob.) S. Berwick, Me., and his wife Eliza Jellison, born on (abt.) 1805, died at S. Berwick, Me., age 93 yrs.

4.  The said Daniel Goodwin was the child of Thomas Goodwin born (abt.) 3 May 1764 at S. Berwick, Me., died at S. Berwick, Me., and his wife Anna (Nancy) Goodwin born on 30 April 1778 at Eliot, Maine, died at S. Berwick, Me., on 9 April 1863, married on 10 Jan. 1797.

5.  The said Anna (Nancy) Goodwin was the child of Daniel Goodwin born (abt.) 18 Nov. 1749 at S. Berwick, Me., died at Eliot (Old Kittery) Me. on 13 Dec. 1811 and his wife Sarah Hobbs born 1749 at Eliot Me., died at Eliot Me., on 22 Oct. 1811 married on 17 Feb. 1770, first child born 25 July 1771.

6.  The said Daniel Goodwin was the child of Elisha Goodwin and his wife Sarah Goodwin



Seeking information on Matthew E. GOODWIN's parents. He was born in Shoreham, Vermont, on 25 March 1813 Moved to Ashburnham. Mass. in the early 1830's m. Mary BURGESS, d/o Joseph F. BURGESS on 4 May 1836.

Wanted parentage of Ada GOODWIN who md. John Tremaine TWINING in 1851. Possibly born in Charleston, S.C.

Information on Christopher Benjamin GOODWIN b. in N. C., had son A. Benjamin Franklin b. 1818 in S.C. and a daughter Margaret born ca 1816, who md. a McDaniel. Rumored that he md. again and moved to N.C. or N.Y. and had 9 sons.

Wanted any information on Lydia Ann GOODWIN b. ca 1819 md. William PATTERSON 23 Feb. 1848 in Salem Co. N.J. Children: John M. PATTERSON, b. 4 Oct. 1849, Emma Jane PATTERSON, b. 23 Aug. 1851, William Garfield PATTERSON, b. 3 Dec. 1853.
She d. c 1853-4 and buried in Penns Neck M.E. Cem., Lower Penns Neck Township (now Pennsville), Salem Co. New Jersey.



(from Jill A. PALMER): Answer to Query III-5 in April 1981 issue.

Daniel GOODWIN mentioned in the query is a descendant of Daniel GOODWIN, Immigrant. The direct line is as follows:

1.  Daniel GOODWIN, ?-1625 md. Dorothy BARKER.

2.  Daniel GOODWIN c l620-1712 m. (1) 1654 Margaret, d/o Thomas & Patience (CHADBOURNE) SPENCER of S. Berwick, Me., md. (2) Sarah, d/o John and Anne SENDERS (SAUNDERS).

3.  William GOODWIN b. 1663 d. 1712 Kittery, Maine md. 1687 Deliverance (1673-?), d/o John & Martha (REDDING] TAYLOR.

4.  John GOODWIN 2 Sept. 1694-? md. 2 June or 12 [June] 1715 Patience WILLOUGHBY (I696-?).

5.  Henry GOODWIN 19 May 1798 (?) md. 28 Feb. 1747-8 Eliza d/o of Benoni WEYMOUTH. He moved to Argyle, Nova Scotia around 1771 with his three sons, Jedidah, Palatiah, & Nicholas.

6.  Jedidah GOODWIN m. (1) 9 May 1770 Lydia RICKER 7 June 1790 (?) md. (2) 3 Mar. 1793 Lydia, d/o Joshua & Mary (FAUST) FROST b. 23 Sept. 1772 (?).

7.  Daniel GOODWIN b. 8 Oct. 1795 (?) md. 13 Jan. 1824 Elizabeth (13 June 1804 - 6 Mar. 1892) d/o Gamaleil & Mary Elizabeth (HOPKINS) KENNEY. (Daniel's mother was Lydia FROST.)

Isaac K. GOODWIN b. 16 June 1829 d. 1873 in Beverly, Mass. m. Susan (19 Feb. 1830 - 22 Sept. 1908) d/o Thomas & Mary (SNOW) BETHEL, from West Baccaro.

Isaac & Susan had 1 son that I know of - Gilbert A. GOODWIN (24 Apr. 1859-6 June 1918) md. Susie S. (23 June 1863 - 7 Dec. 1917) buried in Hooksett, N.H.

Daniel & Elizabeth's second son was Lorenzo D. (1825 - 2 Oct. 1900) m. Eliza (?) (1833-1884). They had 1 daughter that I know of - Lydia K. (1861 - 8 Sept. 1882)

P.S. Concerning the source "A History of Barrington Township and Vicinity 1604-1870" by Edwin Crowell, the Thomas & Nicholas he mentions coming from England, seems to be incorrect. Nicholas was the son of Henry GOODWIN and Eliza WEYMOUTH mentioned in the direct line, and Thomas was the grandson of Henry through his son Palatiah. I have heard from a person who has done a great deal of research, that there were several mistakes in Rev. Crowell's material.

Jedidah, father of Daniel, had 8 children by his first wife and 9 by his 2nd wife.



The word WIGWAM doesn't necessarily imply an Indian cabin. It was a name often given by the early pioneers to a logging shanty in the forest. Mention is made of one of these 21 Nov. 1706, when land was laid out to Thomas GOODWIN in Kittery, near the Salmon Falls River, above the "Nine Notches" beginning about 30 or 40 poles below the logging house or wigwam that Wm. GRANT, Thomas and Daniel GOODWIN, and Joseph HOD80N slept in the last winter. (Kittery Records Historical Magazine Oct. 1868 P. 192) P. 99 Collection of Dover. N.H. Historical Society.

On p. 156 of above book the word Newiehawannock is derived from Indian (ne-week-won-auk) meaning "my wigwam place", and was the name of an Indian village above the Salmon Falls River. It was given to the river going to Piscata - and above head of the water of the Salmon Falls River, New Hampshire.
NEW GENEALOGICAL COLUMN The genealogical column, "Family Album", is a new feature of the Republican Journal, the weekly newspaper published in the Penobscot Bay area. Queries are published without charge if submitted separately on 3 X 5 cards with all the names capitalized, if inquirer's name and address are included on each card.
Mail to Family Album, Box 597. Rockport, ME 04856. The columnist, Lauralee Clayton, is also the editor of Maine Seine, the newsletter of the Maine Genealogical Society.



Continued from Vol. IV, Issue 2;

Compiled by Daniel Gage Annis and George Waldo Browne, 1914


Goodwin, Caroline, Mrs., 1867.
Carrie W., w. of John, June 18, 1867, aged 24 yr;
Daniel, s. of Josiah and Esther, June 27, 1864, in civil war.
Daniel, Rev., Dec. 30, 1893, aged 84 yrs.
David, s. of Joshua, Jan. 21, 1881, aged 77 yrs.
David, June 20, 1822, aged 78 yrs.
Elisabeth, 1st w. of Dea. Joshua, Mar. 1, 1844, aged 74 yrs.
Enoch, Nov. 28, 1825, aged 40 yrs.
Esther Stone, dau. of Joseph S. and Maria S. Palmer, May 10, 1894.
Esther, w. of Josiah, Mar. 9, 1888, aged 78 yrs.
Fannie S., 1st w. of Joseph S., May 24, 1883, aged 33 yrs.
Infant s. of Joseph S. and Maria L.
John, s. of Josiah and Esther, in Lynn, Mass., Oct. 26, 1875, bu. in Londonderry.
Joshua (Dea.), June 25, 1873, aged 93 yrs.
Joshua, Jr., May 5, 1852, aged 50 yrs.
Josiah, s. of Joshua and Elisabeth, July 29, 1893, aged 86 yrs.
Martha, w. of Dea. Caleb, Mar. 3, 1850, aged 71 yrs., 6 mos.
Mary, dau. of David and Eliza, Oct. 3, 1861.
Mary, dau. of David and Mary, Oct. 3, 1861, aged 21 yrs., 5 mos.
Mary H., dau. of Joshua and Hannah Hilliard, Dec. 7, 1881, aged 77 yrs.
Mary L., dau. of Joseph S. and Maria L., May 5, 1887.
Mary, w. of Joshua Jr., Oct. 10, 1890.
Mehitable, dau. of Caleb and Martha, Apr. 28, 1873, aged 72 yrs.
Mehitable, w. of David, Dec. 12, 1822, aged 81 yrs.
Rebecca, w. of Dea. Joshua, May 27, 1806, aged 41 yrs., 4 mos.
Reuby, dau. of Dea. Caleb and Martha, Aug. 11, 1807, aged 3 yrs., 8 mos.
Rev. Daniel, Dec. 30, 1893, aged 84 yrs.
Sally, w. of Enoch, Sept. 17, 1825, aged 41 yrs.
Sarah A., infant dau. of Daniel W. and Sarah A. Moody, Mar. 24, 1888, aged 10 hours.
Sarah A., w. of Daniel, and dau. of J. B. Moody and Dolly McDonald, Mar. 23, 1888, aged 35 yrs.

Excerpts from
by Malcolm H. Harris, M. D.,
Dietz Press, Richmond, Va. 1936

Pg. 326
A History of Louisa County, Virginia GOODWIN FAMILY
The first of the family, ROBERT GOODWIN, was living in Louisa in Trinity Parish in October 1772. He was born in Hanover County, the son of James Goodwin. He married Jane Tulloch, daughter of Thomas and Barbara Garland Tulloch, December 1, 1766. He died May 12, 1789, and his will is recorded in the Louisa Records.

1. Elizabeth Garland, b. 1768, m. Spenser Coleman.

2. Mary, b. September 28, 1772, m. John Graves.

3. Hugh, b. February 27, 1770, m. Elizabeth Blades.

4. Barbara, b. Nov. 18, 1774, m. Wm. Craighaill.

5. Robert, b. August 10, 1777, m. Judith Tyler.

6. John Chapman, b. November 6, 1779, m. Anna R. Thompson.

7. W. W., b. January 1782, d. 1784.

8. Archibald Tulloch, b. November 30, 1785, m. Candice Sandidge.

Pg. 327
HUGH, son of Robert and Jane Goodwin, was born in Louisa on February 27, 1770, and on December 22, 1789, married Elizabeth Blades. They lived in Spottsylvania.

1.  William, m. Frances Jane Goodwin.

2.  Jane, m. Rev. William Y. Hiter.

3.  Nicie Hawes, m. Benjamin Boxley.

4.  Hugh, m. Ann Coleman.

5.  Elizabeth, d. in infancy.

6.  Robert, d. in infancy.

7.  Mary A., m. William P. Anderson.

8.  Francis, d. in infancy.

9.  Barbara Garland, m. (1) Henry Booten (2) Capt. Jones (3) Josh Tinsley.

10. Nancy, d. in infancy.

ROBERT, son of Robert and Jane Tulloch, was born August 10, 1777, at the old place near Frederickshall, and October 11, 1804, married Judith Tyler.

1. George Tyler.

2. Robert Woodson, b. November 13, 1807, m. Martha Waddy.

3. Elizabeth, b. January 25, 1810, m. Alfred M. Goodwin.

4. Ann T., b. March 3, 1814.

5. Semple, b. December 20, 1811, m. Sarah Waddy.

6. Henry H., b. July 1, 1817.

7. Judith, b. August 16, 1819

8. Sarah C., b. March 15, 1823.

JOHN CHAPMAN, son of Robert and Jane Tulloch Goodwin, was born November 6, 1779. He married Anna Rhodes Thompson, and they lived at Oakby Plantation. He died in 1845, and his wife in 1865.

1. Frances Jane, m. Dr. Wm. Goodwin.

2. John Chapman.

3. Mary Ann, m. Rev. Sam Meredith.

4. James R., M. Elizabeth Boxley.

5. Louisa A.

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6. William J., m. Elizabeth Pendleton.

7. Mildred Barbara, m. F. Jones.

8. Charles Quarles, m. Sara J. Swift

9. Maria Ellen, b. November 4, 1826, m. Nathaniel W. Harris.

ARCHIBALD TULLOCH, son of Robert and Jane Tulloch Goodwin, was born November 30, 1785, and on September 19, 1805, married Candice Sandidge, a daughter of Joseph Sandidge. He died October 2, 1845. He lived at the old Goodwin place on the Louisa Road not far from Cuckoo.

1.  Alfred Muren, b. June 21, 1807, m. Elizabeth Goodwin.

2.  Joseph.

3.  S. T., m. (1) W. Boxley, (2) Mary Chase.

4.  Ralph S., m. Mary Boxley.

5.  Arch. T., m. Miss Bettie Hiter.

6.  Robert, b. January 5, 1816, m. Susan Woolfolk.

7.  Jane Grant

8.  A. Galen, m. M. H. Coleman;

9.  John, m. (1) Sarah A. Dickinson, (2) Fannie Dabney.

10. Mary, m. William C. Barrett.

11. Lafayette, b. March 25, 1825, d. 1826.

12. Candice, b. 1829, d. 1830.

HUGH, son of Hugh and E. Baldes Goodwin, was born December 12, 1800. He married Nicie Ann Coleman, July 6, 1824. He represented Louisa in the General Assembly in 1837. He lived at White Walnut.

1. Spenser Coleman, b. June 4, 1825, d. 1826.

2. Robert C. b. August 25, 1827, d. November 21, 1844.

3. Huldah Ann, b. July 22, 1829, m. (1) Dr. John Meridith (2) Wm. H. Harris.

4. William Hawes, b. July 17, 1831, m. Mrs. M. L. Harris.

5. Hugh, b. February 2, 1833, m. Mary Allen Farley.

6. Andrew Jackson, m. Harriet Jones.

Pg. 329
SEMPLE, son of Robert and Judith Tyler Goodwin, was born December 20, 1811 and married Sarah Waddy. He died June 5, 1887.

1. Anthony T., b. January 17, 1842.

2. Semple S., b. May 20, 1847.

3. Richart T., b. 1849, m. (1) ----, (2) Lillie Woolfolk.

4. Amanda Lee, b. 1860.

5. Junati, b. 1863.

ALFRED MUREN, son of Archihald and Candice Dandidge Goodwin, was born June 21, 1807. He married March 1, 1832 Elizabeth Goodwin, his cousin, daughter of Robert and Judith Tyler Goodwin, born January 25, 1810. They lived at the old Goodwin place on the Louisa Road.

1. Ann Tyler, b. 1833.

2. Joseph S., b. 1834.

3. Elizabeth J.

4. Archibald T., b. July 13, 1837, d. about 1910.

5. Josephine, b. 1840, m. R. W. Woolfolk.

6. Louisa Virginia, b. September 5, 1843, md. Mr. Denkle.

7. Alfred M., b. January 12, 1845, m. Elizabeth Boxley.

8. John Tyler, m. Florence Denkle, b. 1847.

9. Jane Grant, m. R. W. Zimmerman, b. 1853.

ARCHIBALD TULLOCH, son of Archibald T. and Candice Sandidge Goodwin, was born March 4, 1816. He married Elizabeth Hiter, b. 1817, daughter of Rev. W. Y. and Jane Goodwin Hiter, of Louisa. He died August 12, 1885, and was buried at his home on the road of a couple of miles south of Cuckoo at a place called Ceresco.

1. William Henry, m. Frances Ann Francisco.

2. Joseph S., d. unmarried.

3. Edgar Allen, m. Miss Willie Meridith.

4. Elizabeth Young, m. Thomas H. Harris.

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5. Nicie, d. July 4, 1929, age 80.

6. Angelina, m. Mr. Boham of Smyth County.

7. Rev. Hugh, m. ----.

WILLIAM HENRY, son of A. T. and Bertie Hiter Goodwin, was born 1842, and was in the Confederate Cavalry. He married Fannie Brooke Francisco, daughter of Benj. Francisco, of Louisa. He died about 1920.

1. Anna E.

2. Frank.

3. Fannie Brooke, m. Frank Winston.

EDGAR ALLEN, son of A. T. and Bettie Hiter Goodwin, married Ella, daughter of Robert and Indiana Harris Meridith. She died about 1897.

1. Willie.

2. Edgar A., m. Robbie Jackson.

3. Nora, d. unmarried.

4. Bessie.

5. Robert, m. Easeley Winston.

6. Mary Archibald, m.----.

7. Lucy.

8. Archibald T., m. Miss Boxley.

ALFRED MUREN, son of A. M. and Elizabeth Goodwin, was born January 12, 1845 and served in the Confederate Army. He married, after the war, Elizabeth Boxley, daughter of James C. and Sallie Ann Lipscomb Boxley. He lived at the plantation owned by his father on the Louisa Road below Cuckoo. He died in 1929.

1. Blanche, m. E. A. Snead.

2. John.

3. Alfred M.

4. Elizabeth, m. Herbert Perkins.

5. Sallie.


The Goodwin families of Newport, N. H., were descended from Samuel and Richard Goodwin of Amesbury, Mass., sons of Richard and Mary (Fowler) Goodwin and grandsons of Edward Goodwin, the immigrant, who first located in Newbury, Mass., then, after 1608, operated the ferry over the Merrimac River between that town and the new settlement of Amesbury, Mass. (Joseph Merrill, History of Amesbury, 1880, p. 92; John J. Currier, History of Newbury, Mass., 1902, p. 439; David W. How. The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, 1897, vol. 1, p. 173).

1.  SAMUEL3 GOODWIN (Richard2, Edward1), shipbuilder, of Amesbury, Mass., married there, 24 Dec. 1701, ESTHER JAMESON, daughter of John and Esther (Martin) Jameson and granddaughter of James Jameson. Esther Martin was a daughter of George and Susanna (North) Martin (the latter was the Susanna of Whittier's poem "The Witchs' Daughter" (cf. Charles W. Upham, Salem Witchcraft, 1867, vol. 2, pp. 145-149; Hoyt, op. cit., vol. 2, p. 752).
Child (among others);
i. JOSEPH4 b. 8 Aug. 1702.

2.  RICHARD3 GOODWIN (Richard2, Edward1), of Amesbury, Mass., born in 1684, died in Hampstead, N. H., in March 1768. He married in Amesbury, 6 Jan. 1701/2, ESTHER HADLEY, living in 1729, daughter of Samuel and Jane (Martin) Hadley.

"Richard Goodwin and son Nathan were in Amesbury Peak, fourteen miles from South Hampton, eight miles from Kingston, and lived near each other in 1743." Richard was called "old Mr. Goodwin" in the records (Hoyt, op. cit., vol. 1, p. 178; vol. 2, p. 752; Harriette E. Noyes, A Memorial History of Hampstead, N. H., 1903, vol. 2, p. 337).
Child (among others):
i. Nathan, b. 14 Oct- 1714.

3. JOSEPH4 GOODWIN (Samuel3, Richard2, Edward1) was born in Amesbury, Mass., 8 Aug. 1702. He married there, 3 Jan. 1726/7, TABITHA TUXBURY, born there 10 Oct. 1706, daughter of John and Hannah (Colby) Tuxbury (John French Johnson manuscript "Ledger" in Amesbury Public Library, p. 330; Vital Records of Amesbury, Mass., 1913, pp. 109-111, 361).
i.   RHODA, b. 10 Nov. 1730; m. THOMAS BANFIELD.
ii.  JONATHAN, b. 1 April 1733; d. young.
iii. ISAAC, b. 1 April 1736.
iv.  TABITHA, b. 20 March 1739/40; m. JAMES DAVIS.
v.   JONATHAN, b. 22 April 1743.

(to be continued in a future issue)