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KITTERY, 



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.JOHN SAMUEL GOODWIN, M. A., 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 



Orrin Shellkk Goodwin (John Adams, John, Thomas Goodwin, 
of Maryland and Virginia), Printer and Publisher. 



17(1 E. MADISON STREET, 
CHICAGO. 



1198578 

INTRODUCTION.. 



In " the sixties " the late Captain William Frederick- 
Goodwin, of Concord, N. II.., who died in 1872, began 
preparing a genealogy of the descendants of Daniel Good- 
win, who settled in Kittery, Maine, about 1652. He 
published some of his notes in his history of " Xarnigan- 
sett Number One, now Buxton, Maine," and also in the 
October, 1868, number of Dawson's "Historical Maga- 
zine." 

In the search for my own ancestry, commenced a few years 
ago, I found traces of Captain Goodwin's work and finally 
obtained his four volumes of manuscript books through 
the courtesy of Miss Alice Pea body Goodwin, of Frank- 
lin Falls, N. II., and Miss Sarah Louise Kimball, of San 
Francisco, to which I have made numerous additions and 
from which most of the following data is taken. Much 
remains to be done before these generations are wholly 
correct, and this part of the collection is printed in the 
hope of obtaining corrections and needful information and 
is not issued as an authoritative r> cord. 

The ancestry of Danfel Goodwin, the Immigrant, is in 
doubt. Captain Goodwin states that Daniel' slat her and 
grandfather were both Daniel Goodwin, the former marry- 
ing Dorothy Barker and the latter being of Great Oakley, 
Sussex Co., England. Unfortunately for this statement, 
Mr. Henry F. Waters, the well-known genealogist, shows 
in his Introduction to "The Goodwins of Hartford, 
Conn.," that Daniel Goodwin, who married Dorothy 
Barker, was a son of John Goodwin and not of Daniel 



iv INTRODUCTION. 

Goodwin, of Great Oakley, and Mr. Waters' "Gleanings" 
disclose the fact that Daniel Goodwin, of Great Oakley, 
had neither a son nor a grandson named Daniel. 

I myself am inclined to the opinion that Daniel Good- 
Avin, of Kitteiy, Maine, was a brother of Richard Good- 
win, of Gloucester, Mass., and that they were sons of 
Bridget Goodwin*, who afterwards married Henry Travers, 
and later still, Richard Window, and that her Goodwin 
husband was one of the Torrington, England, Goodwin 
family. Briefly, my reasons are these: Tradition says 
Daniel came to Kitteiy, Me., from Massachusetts, leaving 
brothers behind him near Plymouth. Richard Goodwin, 
of Gloucester, about the same age as Daniel, had, among 
other children, a Daniel and a Richard, Jr. This Richard 
Jr. settled in Newbury, Mass., and had also a Richard 
:and a Daniel, of 1711. This latter child is not given by 
Savage in his Genealogical Dictionary, but Captain Good- 
win's record states positively that this Daniel of 1711 was 
a son of Richard, of Newbury. I have found the descend- 
ants of this Daniel of 1711, who are now living in Nova 
Scotia, and they say that the ancestors of Daniel of 
1711 came from Plymouth, England, near Avhere the Tor- 
rington branch of the Goodwin family had resided for 
generations. This seems to fix the family of Richard, of 
Gloucester, as being from near Plymouth, England, 
and as Daniel, of Kittery, had a sou Daniel and grandsons 
Richard and Daniel, and, as tradition says he left brothers 
near Plymouth, 1 am inclined to think that it was 
England and not j\la*mchu$ettz, and that this tradition, 
taken with the constant repetition of the names of Richard 



*Bridget Goodwin was certainly the mother of Richard Goodwin, and died in 
Gloucester. Mass.. her estate being appraised August 9, 1673. Richard was 
younger than Daniel and perhaps remained with his mother when Daniel left, 
home, if my supposition of relationship is correct. 



INTRODUCTION. v 

and Daniel in both families, indicates strongly that the first 

Daniel and Richard were brothers from Plymouth, Eng- 
land. Perhaps Mr. Waters will be able to learn the 
name of the husband of Bridget Goodwin and t e birth 
records of his family. Complete records of the Torring- 
ton family are in existence in the possession of Rev. 
Augustus Jessup, Seaming, England, but my letters to 
him remain unanswered. 

Captain Goodwin could not identify Abiel Goodwin, of 
York Co., Me. , but gave him in " Narragansett Number 
One" as from Reading, Conn. He was from Reading, 
J/ass., and was a descendant of Christopher Goodwin, of 
Charlestown, Mass. 

No attempt is made in the following pages to do more 
than give in the briefest form the family records. Bio- 
graphical data is omitted entirely. No information con- 
cerning families of the daughters of each generation has 
been collected. 

The expense of this publication has been borne b}' Mr. 
"William Hobbs Goodwin, Jr., of Boston; Mr. Almon 
Goodwin, of New York; Mr. Harold Goodwin, of Phila- 
delphia, and Mr. Warren Foster Goodwin, of Chicago. 

The thanks of the entire Goodwin family are due to Mr. 
James J. Goodwin, of Hartford and New York, a descendant 
of Ozias Goodwin, who has published the " Goodwins of 
Hartford, Conn.," who made it possible for Dr. Tyler, 
President of "William and Mary College, to publish my 
manuscript records of the " Goodwins of Virginia" and 
who has contributed to the publication of this pamphlet; 
and to Rev. George Lewis, of South Berwick, who has so 
patiently copied the old records for me, corrected the 
many errors and courteously and promptly answered my 
many letters, I render public thanks. 



vi INTRODUCTION. 

While the Goodwins of Maine seem not to be related to' 
my own family, I have taken considerable pleasure 
in the acquaintance the preparation of this work has made 
me, and trust that the family will accept the results with 
renewed assurances of my most distinguished considera- 
tion. 

Respectfully, 

John S. Goodwin. 
Chicago, July 1, 1898. 



Who can solve for me the mystery of the ancestry of 
Thomas Goodwin, of Appendix V ? 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



b — Born, 
m — Married, 
d— Died. 

d. s. p. — Died without children. 
P — Intention of marriage published, 
bapt — Baptized. 

N. E. H. & G. R.— New England Historical ancE 
Genealogical Register. 
Res. — Resides. Resided. 



INTRODUCTION. vii 



GOODWIN FAMILIES OF NEW ENGLAND. 



It may save confusion if brief mention is made of the 
immigrants who have left Goodwin families in New Enc 
land. It is exceptionally difficult to keep the tribes sep- 
arate in New Hampshire and Vermont, for in some in- 
stances three different families have had representatives in 
the same town. The " three brother" story is of course 
long since discredited. 

1632. William and Ozias Goodwin, brothers, settled 
eventually in Hartford, Conn. A genealogy of this 
family has been published — " The Goodwins of Hartford, 
Conn.," by Mr. James J. Goodwin, of Hartford. 

1633. — Christopher Goodwin settled in Charlestown, 
Mass. His descendants removed to Boston, Reading and 
Marblehead, Mass., and York, Me. 

1652. — Daniel Goodwin settled in Kittery, Maine. 

1660. — Richard Goodwin resided in Gloucester, Essex 
County, Mass., marrying in 1666. His descendants re- 
side principally in Newbury and Rowley, Mass., and in 
North Yarmouth, Maine, where the name is Gooding. 

1660.— Edward Goodwin resided in Amesbury, and his 
son, Richard, in Salisbury, Essex County, Mass. Family 
is widely scattered through New Hampshire and Ver- 
mont. 

1712. John Goodwin settled in Boston. Descendants 
in Dresden and Fairfield, Maine. 

1713. — William Goodwin, brother of John, settled in 
Marblehead, Mass. 



THE GOODWINS 



OF 



KITTERY, YORK COUNTY, MAINE. 



Daniel Goodwin was in Kittery, York Co., Maine, 
in 1652. He married, first, in Kittery, Margaret Spen- 
cer,' daughter of Thomas and Patience (Chadbourne) 
Spencer; she was a daughter of William Chadbourne. 
Daniel married, second, after March 1670, Sarah Sanders, 
widow of Peter Turbet. Daniel died about 1712. He 
was a surveyor, an innkeeper and a large landed pro- 
prietor. 



Children. (All said to be by first wife.) 



2 I. Daniel, 



b. 



23 


II. 


James, 


b. 


34 


III. 


Thomas, 


b. 


4S 


IV. 


William, 


b. 


73 


V. 


Moses, 


b. 




VI. 


Patience, 


b. 




VII. 


Elizabeth, 


I>. 




VIII, 


. Sarah. 


b. 



1656; m. 1 Ann Thompson. 
2 Amy — 
nu Sarah Thompson, 
m. Mehitable Plaisted. 
m. Deliverance Taylor, 
m. Abigail Taylor, 
m. Daniel Stone, 
m. 1 Zachery Emery. 

2 Phillip Hubbard, 
in. Isaac Barnes. 



10 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



DESCENDANTS OF THE ELDEST SON OF DANIEL, 
THE IMMIGRANT. 



Daniel Goodwin (elded son of Daniel 1), born 1656 
in Kittcry, married, first, October 17, 1682, Ann Thomp- 
son, daughter of Miles Thompson. Daniel married, sec- 
ond, before 1693, Amy . He resided in Berwick, 

Maine, where he died in April, 1726. 

Children, by First Wife. 

I. Margaret, b. August 23, 1683, m. Joseph Hodsdon. 

3 II. Daniel, b. June 13, 1685; m. Abigail 

6 III, Miles, b July 31, 1687; m. 

11 IV. Nathaniel, b. October 29, 1689; m. Mary 



Children, by Second Wife. 



V. 


Amy, 


b 


, April 19, 1693; 


Untraced. , 


15 VI. 


SAMUEIx 


b. 


May 27, 1695; 


m. 1 Sarah Davis. 

2 Mrs. Judith (Preble) Smith. 


21 VII. 


James. 


b. 


July 15, 1697; 




22 VIII 


Thomas 


b. 


August 15, 1699; 


m. Abigail Seward. 


IX. 


Sarah, 


b. 


September 2. 170i 


; Untraced. 


X, 


Ann, 


b. 


October 19, 1703; 


d. Nov. 24. 1703. 


XI. 


Ann. 


b. 


February 16, 1705; 


m. William More, 



Daniel Goodwin (Daniel 2, Daniel 1), born June 13, 

1685, in Berwick, married Abigail and resided 

in Dover, N. H. Name spelled Guding. (See Pg. 259, 
Vol, 6, K E. II. d? G. R.) They baptized their first 
six children in Berwick, October 18, 1722. The seventh 
child w r as baptized September 27, 1724. Daniel died in 
Somersworth, N. II., in 1737. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 1 1 

Children. 



I 


LVDIA, 


b. March 27, 1710; 






•1 II. 


Daniel, 


b. September •.".•. 1713; 






III. 


Abigail. 


b. August 15, 1715; 






IV. 


Amy, 


b. November 15. 1718; 






V. 


Mary. 


b. January 15, 1723; 






VI. 


Sahah, 


b. August 3. 17:.';.'; 






5 VII. 


James, 


b. June 22, 1724; 






VIII. 


Ann, 


bapt. September 11, 1723 


, in Berwick; 


perhaps m. Thomas 
Cousins. 



4 Daniel Goodwin (Daniel -J, Daniel ;?, Daniel ./>, born 
September 29, 1713, was in Somersworth in 1740. Data 
of his descendants, if any, greatly desired. 

5 James Goodwin (Daniel 3, Daniel .', Daniel 1), born 
June 22, 172-1, is untraced unless he is the " JamesGood- 
win of Newmarket, Rockingham Co., N. II., aged fifty, 
in 1775." This tallies very closely with his age, but see 
James 21. Data of the descendants, if any, of this 
James, greatly desired. 

6 Miles Goodwin {/I mid .!, Daniel 1), born July 31, 
16S7, in Berwick; baptized in Berwick, August 12, 173G. 
His children were baptized in Berwick the following 
month. Wife's name not given at baptism, indicating her 
previous death. John, Samuel and Miles Goodwin were 
petitioners in 1752 at Penobscot; perhaps this Miles. I 
can not identify positively either John or Samuel. Evi- 
dently we are missing some children of the third gener- 
ation. 

Children. 

7 1. Caleb. bapt. September 28, 173ff; 

II. Margaret, bapt. " 

9 III. Daniel, bapt. 

10 IV. Stephen, bapt. '• " 

7 Caleb Goodwin (Miles G, Daniel ,.', Daniel /), 
who was baptized in Berwick, Me., September 28, L736, 



12 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

sec in s to be the Caleb who took land in Arun lei, Me., 
January 14, 1754, settling thereafter in Bowdoinham. 
Family tradition says that the Caleb of Bowdoinham 
was born in Scotland, came to America with his two 
brothers, had a son Caleb, Jr. and three daughters, and 
lived in Clinton and Fairfield, Me.; that Caleb, Jr., was 
taken by an uncle when he was seven years old from Ban- 
gor, Me., to Clinton, " to prevent the English authorities 
from carrying him back to England." Tradition fails to 
chronicle the heinous crime of this seven-year-old fugitive 
from justice. I think the true explanation is that Caleb, 
Sr., was son of Miles 6, and had the two brothers, Daniel 
.and Stephen, and that Stephen took his nephew, Caleb, 
Jr., at the age of seven, Caleb, Sr. , perhaps being 
then dead. I find that Stephen and Caleb, Jr., were both 
living in Castine in 1763, and that Caleb, Jr., with his 
wife and eight children left Castine in 1770. I also find 
that an Abigail Goodwin, born in 1763, was married in 
Fairfield in 1782 to David Emory. Her ten children are 
given on page 57, Emery Genealogy. I show her hero as 
one of the three daughters of Caleb, but she may have 
been a niece, or what is still more likely, a grand-daugh- 
ter of Daniel or Stephen. 



Children. 



8 I. CAr.EB, b. 



It. Abigail,? b. m, David Emery. 

III. Daughter, b. 

IV. Daughter, b. 



'8 Captain Caleb Goodwin (Caleb 7, Miles 6, Daniel 2, 

Daniel 1), born in Bowdoinham, resided in Castine where 
Stephen Goodwin 10 lived, thus tending further to iden- 
tify Caleb, Sr., as the brother of Stephen and son of 
Miles, and removed with his wife and eight children in 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 13 

1770 to Bangor. He died in Boston, of smallpox, during 
the revolutionary war. 

Children. 

I. George, b. 

II. Charles, b. m, 1 Martha Hubbard Haskell. 



III. Randolph, b. m. 

IV. Abijah, b. 

V. John, b. 

VI. Elizabeth, b. 

VII. Lydia, b. 
VIII Olive, b. 

IX. Son, b. Died young. 



•.9 Daniel Goodwin {Miles 6, Daniel 0, Daniel 1), 

baptized in Berwick, August 28, 1736, evidently went 
into the < ' Eastern Country " and is wholly untraced. A 
Daniel Goodwin married Prudence Wyman in Brunswick, 
Me., March 11, 1758 ( Vol. 4, Bangor Hist. Mag.) I 
can not find any other Daniel than this of age to marry 
in 1758. 

10 Stephen Goodwin [Miles 6, Daniel 2, Daniel i), 
baptized September 28, 1736, in Berwick, is probably the 
Stephen Goodwin who was living, October 3, 1763, on 
Bagaduce Bay, now known as Castine, Me. Descend- 
ants, if any, untraced. 

11 Nathaniel Goodwin (Daniel 2, Daniel 7), born Oc- 
tober 29, 1689, in Berwick, married Mary and 

resided in Berwick. I think he had other children, Paul 
and Joshua, older than the ones given here, who went to 
Wells, Me., and perhaps John, Jr., who married Martha 
Nason, was another son. I cannot otherwise connect any 
of the AVells families with the Immigrant. The Ber- 
wick church records show that Nathaniel and. Margaret 
.baptized a daughter Margaret March 25, 1752. Capt. 



11 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Goodwin says it was Nathan . and Margaret and not Na- 
thaniel and that Nathan was the son of John 58. See 
also Appendixes A and B for discussion of other probable 
children. 

Children (perhaps others.) 

I. Amy, bapt. Jany. 16, 1724: 

12 II. Nathaniel, bapt. " " " m. Mary White. 

13 III Benjamin, bapt. " " " m Sarah Nason. 
IV. Mary. bapt. 

14 V. Solomon, b. m. Abigail Hooper. 



12 Nathaniel Goodwin {Natl iniel 11, Dznid®, Daniel 
1), baptized January 16, 1721, in Berwick, married (Pub- 
lished) Nov. 12, 1731, Mary White of York. They re- 
moved about 1715 to Kennebunkport. He and his 
brother Benjamin built the Goodwin Mills at Lyman. 
The history of K. sa}'s one daughter married Gideon 
Wakefield. Capt. Goodwin's records show that Mary 
married Nathaniel Wakefield. 









Children. 


I. 


Nathaniel, 


b. 


m. 1 Abigail Wakefield. 
2 Charity Drew. 


II. 


Abigail, 


b. 


d. Unmarried. 


Ill, 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


m. John Jellison. 


IV. 


Olive, 


b. 


m. Samuel Martin. 


V. 


Mar y, 


b. 


m. 1 Nathaniel Wakefield. 
2 Daniel Kimball. 



13 Benjamin Goodwin (Nathaniel 11, Daniel 2, Daniel 

1), baptized January 16, 1721, in Berwick, is said by his 
descendants and by the history of Kennebunkport to have 
married Sarah Nasonhut the South Berwick church records 
show that Benjamin Goodwin and Sarah Ilerle (Earl) 
Avere married August 27, 1717. It seems probable that 
this last Benjamin was somewhat younger than Nathaniel's 
son, but I have no record of an}' Benjamin of the fourth 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



15 



-generation except Nathaniel's son. This indicates incom- 
plete records. Benjamin resided and died in Kennebunk- 
port. 









Children. 


I. 


Benjamin, 


b. 






m. 1 Olive Jellison. 
2 Elizabeth Adams. 


II. 


Hannah, 


b. 






m. Thomas Clough. 


III. 


Sarah, 


b. 






m. Israel Wakefield. 


IV. 


Mary, 


b. 






m. Noah Clough. 


V. 


Daniel, 


b. 


April 17, 


1781 


; m. Lydia Adams. 


VI. 


William, 


b. 






m. Sarah Tibbetts. * 


VII. 


Margaret 


,b. 






m Benjamin Jellison. 


VIII 


Child, 


b. 






d. young. 



IX. James, b. m. Ruth March. 

14 Solomon Goodwin {Nathaniel 11, Daniel 2, Daniel 1) 
was married June 5, 1747, .in South Berwick, to Abigail 
Hooper, daughter of John Hooper, of Berwick, who was 
a shoemaker, and who made a pair of shoes after he was 
102 years old, then residing in Nason's Mills. Solomon 
Goodwin resided in Arundel, Me., dying November 2, 
1772. 



14a I. John, b. 

II. Abigail, b. 

III. Bartholomew, b. 

IV. Abraham, b. 



Children. 



m. Mary Plaisted. 
d. in Kennebunkport, unmarried, 
d. in 1782 unmarried, in U. S. service, 
m. Abigail Kimball. 



14a John Goodwin {Solomon 11+, Nathaniel 11, Daniel®, 
Daniel 1), born probably'in South Berwick, was married to 
Mary Plaisted 5 , a daughter of John 4 , Joseph 3 , James 2 , 
Lieut. Roger Plaisted 1 , who was killed by the Indians at 
Berwick, October 17, 1675. Mary was also a lineal 



* Capt. Goodwin gives name as Sarah Bickford. William Goodwin removed to 
Vermont October 1, 1807. This is the William Goodwin who settled in Waterbury, 
Vt., and whose grand-daughter, Mrs. Abbie J. Yaw, daughter of Jotham 
Goodwin, resides in Mansfield, Vt. William Goodwin's wife was Sarah Bickford, 
i.ot Tibbetts. 



16 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



descendant of Abraham Preble of Scituate, Mass. ; of Na- 
thaniel Tilden, the first, of Scituate; of Hon. Edward Rish- 
worth, of York, Me., and of Rev. John Wheelwright, the 
founder of Exeter, N. H. They resided in Arundel 
(Kennebunkport) and York. John Goodwin was a soldier 
of the revolutionary war. He died about 1801 in Bath, 
Me. , where he was at work. 









Children 




I. 


Mary, 


l?, 


Jany 


,20, 


1784 


: m. Jonathan Ross. 


II. 


Abraham, 


b. 








Lost at sea, unmarried, 


III. 


John, 


b. 








m. Hannah Emery. 


IV. 


Franc is, 


b. 


Dec. 


10, 


1793; 


m. Lucy Sherman. 


V. 


Olive, 


b. 








m. George Melcher. 


VI. 


Sarah, 


b. 








m. Daniel Emery. 


VII. 


Abigail, 


b. 








m. Matthias Bragdon. 


VIII. 


Ann (Hannah) 


, b. 








m. Daniel C. Emery. 


IX. 


Samuel, 


b. 








m. 1 — 



Nancy, 



m. Joseph Furbush. 



lib Mary Goodwin (John l/+a, Solomon 14, Nathaniel 11, 
Daniel 2, Daniel 1), born January 20, 1781, was married 
to Jonathan Ross of Shapleigh and Harrison, Me., a son 
of Jonathan Ross of Berwick, a Revolutionary soldier and 
lineal descendant of Hugh Ross of Belfast, Ireland, and 
Kittery and Berwick, Me. ; of Maturin Ricker of Cocheco, 
N. H., killed by the Indians June 1, 1706; and of 
Anthony Emery of Newbury, Mass., 1635. Mary Good- 
win died September 17, 1861. 

Ross Children. 



I. Joanna Ricker, 

II. Jonathan, 

III. James, 

IV. Elizabeth Stanley, 
14c V. Mary Goodwin, 

VI. Samuel Goodwin, 

VII. Joseph Phinney, 

VIII. Sarah Phinney, 



b. June 13, 1804; m. Benjamin Holden. 

b. Dec. 8, 1805; d. unm. Dee. P, 1829. 

b. Oct. 13, 1S07; m. 1 Jane Lakin, 

2 Mary A. Smith. 

b. June 28, 1809; m. Jonathan St aw. 

b. June 13, 1812; m. Henry Bond Ruggles. 

b. May 22, 1815; m. Phcebe C lemmons. 

b. Jany. 30, 1820; m. Elvira Snow, 

b. Oct. 13,1821; m. Joel Mason. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. IT 

14-c Mmiy Goodwin Ross {Mary Goodwin 1 $/> r John l.\<> r 
Solomon 14, Nathaniel 11, Bonn! J, Daniel 1), boii> 
June 13, 1812, married Henry Bond Rugglep, born July 
9, 1813, in Rutland, Vermont, a son of Major John ar.d 
Eunice (Kingsley) Ruggles of Rutland, Vt., and grand- 
son of Samuel Ruggles of Willington, Conn,, a eoldier of 
the Revolution, and of Phineas Kingsley of Rutland, a 
soldier of the Revolution. Henry Bond RucHes was a 
lineal descendant of Thomas Ruggles, Esquire, of Sud- 
bury, Suffolk, England, 1547; of Thomas Ruggles of 
Roxbury, Mass., 1637; of Henry Adams of Braintree, 
Mass., d. Oct. 8, 164:6; of John Alden of Plymouth, 
1620, and of John Kingsley of Dorchester, 1635, and 
Taunton, Mass. Henry Bond Ruggles and wife resided 
in Boston and Wakefield. Mass. He died November 9, 
1897; She died October 11, 1894. 

Ruggles Children. 

14d I. Henry Stoddard, b. Oct. 31, 1846: m. Mary Elizabeth Ryan. 
II. Mary Elizabeth, b. Apl. 3,1850: d. Aug: 19, 1851. 



14d Henry Stoddard Ruggles ( Mary Ifa, Mary Mfi, 
John l]±a, Solomon llf., Nathaniel 11, Daniels, Daniel t}, 
born October 31st, 1846, in Boston, Mass.; was married 
March 6, 1867, in Boston, to Mary Elizabeth Ryan, born 
August 16, 1847, in Boston., a daughter of William 
and Margaret (Dalton) Ryan, lineal descendant of James 
Ryan, Esquire, of Kilkeyll, Ireland, 1020. 

They reside in Wakefield, Mass. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 
Rl'Goles Children. 



I. 


Emmeline, 


t>. 


Dec. 12, 1867. 


II. 


Mary Rosamond, 


b. 


Sept. 26, 1869. 


III. 


Marguerite, 


b. 


July 3, 1871. 


IV. 


Mabel Lyman. 


b. 


May 1. 1873. 


V. 


Louisa Kingsley, 


b. 


June 5, 1875. 


VI. 


Alicia, 


b. 


April 21, 1877. 


VII. 


Henry, 


b. 


Feb. 20, 1879; died young. 


VIII. 


Lucia Dalton, 


b. 


Nov. 30. 1880. 


IX. 


Francis Dunbar, 


b. 


Aug. 9. 1883. 


X. 


Julia Parker, 


b. 


March 23, 1885. 


XL 


Horace Cheney, 


b. 


June 18, 1887; died yonng. 



15 Samuel Goodwin {Daniel 3, -Daniel 1), born May 27, 

1695, in Berwick, married, first, September 13, 1719, 
Sarah Davis; second, November 7, 1734, at York, Mrs. 
Judith (Preble) Smith, daughter of Benjamin Preble. 
Perhaps this is the Samuel who was a petitioner at Penob- 
scot, in 1752, together with Miles and John, as a Miles 
and a Samuel were brothers, but who was John ? Sam- 
uel resided in South Berwick until after the death of his 
first wife and then removed to York. Do not know 
where he died. 

A stray sheet in one of Captain Goodwin's books says 
that a Samuel Goodwin was one of the witnesses to a 
treaty with certain Indian tribes at Casco Bay, October 
16, 1749, subsequently at Fort St. George in 1752 and 
•at Falmouth on July 2, 1754. 

Children, by First Wife. 

bapt. April 7, 1721; cliad 

bapt. August 5, 1722; m. Atigail Ayres. 

bapt. August 9, 1721; ra. ■ 

bapt. May 4, 1729. 

bapt. May 1, 1729; see note to Amaziah 20. 

bapt. June 27, 1731. 

Children, by Second Wife. 



I. 


Sarah, 


.16 II. 


George, 


17 III. 


Bartholomew 


18 IV. 


Dayis, 


V. 


Sarah. 


VI. 


Keturah, 



19 VII. Benjamin, b. Nov. 6, 1735; m. 

-20 VIII. Amaziah, b, Apl. 22, 1739; m. 1st Mary Bracy, 

2nd Sarah Butler. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 19 

16 George Goodwin [Samuel 15, Daniel 2, Daniel ?), 
baptized August 5, 1722, in Smith Berwick, married (P 
in York, December 12, 1745, Abigail Ay res, daughter of 
Ephraim Ayres, and resided in Yoik, 

Children. 

I. Sarah, b. Oct. 27, 1746; untraced. 

II. George, b. Sept. 25, 1749; untraced. 



17 Bartholomew Goodwin (Samuel lo, Darin I .', 
Daniel 1) was baptized August 9, 1724,. in South Ber- 
wick, Me., where he baptized a child later. Name of wife 
not given, indicating her prior death. 

Child. 

I. Sarah, bapt. July 16, 1749; untraced. 

18 Davis Goodwin (Samuel 15 T Daniel 2, Daniel I . 
baptized May 4. 1729, is wholly untraced unless, as seems 
likely, he is the Davis Gooding of the Louisburg expe- 
dition, November 20, 1745, in CoL Moore's Company 
from New Hampshire. No further data. 

19 Benjamin Goodwtk (Samuel 15 r Daniel 2, Daniel f), 

born November 6, 1735, in York, married 

and resided in York until after a family was born to him 
and then removed with his wife and family to Kittery. 
I can sret no data whatever concernimr his family. 

20 Amaziah Goodwin (Samuel 15, Daniel d, Daniel /), 
born April 22, 1739, in York, married, first, November 
11, 1763, Mary Bracy. He married, second, November 
21, 1778, Sarah Butler of Frenchman's Bay, a daughter 
of Moses and Sarah (Goodwin) Butler, she a daughter of 



I. 


Mary. 


II. 


Samuel, 


III. 


James, 


IV. 


George. 



20 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Adam Goodwin 67.* Amaziah resided in York and 
X/unington, and died at Wateiborough in 179'J. 

Children, by First Wife. 

bapt. June 19, 1777; 

bapt. " " m. Patty Rowe. 

bapt. " '• m. Elizabeth Bramhall & d. s. p. 

1 Mary Burnham. 
bapt. " " m. 2 Eunice Shoekley. 

3 Mrs. Huldah (Dorman) 

Merrill. 
Son. bapt. Feby. 7, 1778; d. young. 



Children, by Second Wife. 

VI. Louisa b. January 22, 1780; m. John Dearborn. 

"20a VII. Sarah, b. July 22. 1781; m. Joseph Mills 

VIII. Amaziah, b. Feby. 22, 1784; m. Fanny Bacon. 

IX. Bartholomew, b. d. during the war of 1812. 

X. Jeremiah, b. d. in Liverpool, unmarried. 

XI. William, b. untraeed. 



30a Sarah Goodwin (Amaziah £0, Samuel 15, Daniel 3, 
David ?), born July 22, 1782, resided with the family of 
Wingate Frost, Quakers, of Limerick and married . Joseph 
Mills of Waterborough, in January, 1800. He was born 
October 12, 1770 in Biddeford, a son of Eligood and 
Mary (Dyer) Mills. He was a farmer. He died in 
West Brooksville, May 11, 1836. She died in Cape Eliza- 
beth November IS, 1528. 



*lt seems probable that this statement of ancestry of Sarah Butler is incorrect. 
Dr. Butier thinks her mother, Sarah Goodwin, was Sarah, born in 1722, the 
daughter of Daniel Goodwin 3 and not the daughter of Adam, but a Bible entry 
gives Sarah Goodwin's birth at 1729. A family tradition says that Moses Butler 
on February 7, 1750, married Sarah Goodwin, born in 1729, the sister to Amaziah, 
by whom he had among others a daughter Sarah. That when Moses Butler and 
his wife removed to Frenchman's Bay in 17(54, they left this young daughter with 
her grandfather. Samuel Goodwin, 15, and that she afterwards, in 1778, became 
the second wife of her half-uncle, Amaziah Goodwin 20. This tradition is borne 
•out by the records:— "Amaziah Goodwin of York, and Sarah Butler of a place 
■called Frenchman's Bay, now resident in York.'' 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY. MAINE. 21 

Mills Children. 

I. Innocence. b. Jany. 19, 1808; d. Jany. 19, 1802. 

20b. II. Preserved BHAYTON.b Jany. :.'. 1803; m. 1 Jane Lunt. 

.' Caroline M. Paine. 
20c. III. Joseph. b. Nov. is. 1805; m. Lydia Eustls. 

20d. IV. Mary Dyer. b. Oct. 31, 1807: m. Martin K. Barker. 

20e. V. Lucy Garland, b Mch. 11. 1 8 1 ; m. 1 Richard L. Millikcn. 

2 Edward Ellison. 
20g. VI. George Vaughn, b. Nov. 22, 1812; ru. 1 Dorothy Farnham. 

2 Nancy L. Wasson. 
20h. VII. Miriam Hannaford, b. Nov. 23. 1815; m. Capt. Nathaniel Perkins. 

VIII. Abigail, b. Oct. 16. 181S: d. Oct, 30, 1818. 

20i. IX. Luke Samuel, b. Nov. 23, 1820; m. 1 Louisa Cummings. 

2 Mrs. Mary Dougla». 



:20b Preserved Brayton Mills {Sarah 20a, Amaziah 20, 
Samuel 15, -Daniel 2, Daniel 1), born January 2, 1803, in 
Waterborough, married, first, May 10, 1827, Jane Lunt 
of Bangor, who died October 26, 18G3. He married 
second, March 10, 1861, Caroline M. Paine, who died in 
Winslow May 15, 1898. He died in Bangor March 22, 
1872. No children by second wife. He had resided in 
Bangor for many years, 

Mills Children, by First Wife. 

I. JAMES COHOON, b. April 2, 1828: d. Aug. 26, 1829. 

II. Miranda Helen, b. Mch. 6, 1830; d. Oct. 30. 1851. 

III. Ford Whitman, b. April 30, 1832, d. Aug. 30. 1832. 

* IV. James Ellison, b. Feb. 13, 1834; m. 1 Mary Collyer. 

2 J ane Dearborn. 
V. Preserved Brayton. b. April 9, 1835; d. Nov. l, 1841. 

tVI. Hiram Francis, b. Nov. 1, 1836: m. Elizabeth Worchester. 

VII. Abner Hallowell, b. Mch. 22, 1842; d.June 4. 1842. 

VIII. Maria Moulton, b. Aug. 17. 1843; d. July 9, 1856. 

IX. Emily Houston, b. June 13. 1845; d. Oct. 15. 1845. 



♦Resides in San Fernando, Mexico. He is the noted geologist, mining expert 
and author. 
+Resides in Lowell, Mass. He is the well known civil engineer and author and 
publisher of scientific works. 



22 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

20c Joseph Mills {Sarah 20a Amaziah 20, Samuel 15 y . 
Daniel 15, Daniel 1), born November 18, 1805, in Port- 
land, married March, 1833, Lydia Eustis of Prospect, 
Me. She died August 3, 1869. He died atEast Edding- 
ton, March S, 1882, where they had ]ived many years 
and where all of their children were born. 

Mills Children. ' 

I. Sarah Josephine, b. J any. 22, 1834; m. Isaac Dunning. 

II. Jcseph Leonard, b. Apl. 27, 1835; d. Oct. 28, 1856. 

III. Orra Whitman, b. Aug. 26, 1837; d. Nov. 24, 1856. 

IV. Isaac Whitman. b. June 15, 1840; resides Togus, Me. 

V. Edward Ellison, b. May 29, 1842; m. Laura S. Foster. 

VI. BurrittP. b. Oct. 23, 1845; m. Jennie Holmes. 



20d Mary Dyer Mills (Sarah 20a, Amaziah 20, Samuel 
15, Daniel 2, Daniel 1) born October 31, 180T in Dur- 
ham, married in February, 1835, Martin R. Barker of 
of Bangor, born March 14, 1810. 

Barker Children. 

II. Daughter, h Dec - 8 < 1835 : d - same da y- 

III. ELLEN, b. May 24, 1837; d. 1853. 

IV Emily, b. Dec. 29, 1838; d. May 6, 1854. 
V. John, b. Nov. 26, 1841; m. 



20e Lucy Garland Mills, (Sarah 20a, Amaziah 20, Samuel' 
15, Daniel 2, Daniel 1), born March 11, 1810, at Cape 
Elizabeth, was married, first, March 17, 1834, to Richard 
L. Milliken, who was drowned September 11, 1834, while 
on their way to Portland. She was married second, Janu- 
ary 13, 1S39, to Edward Ellison, of Bangor, who was 
born October 16, 1813, in Boston, who died February 23,, 
1866. She died March 31, 1887, at Bangor. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 23 

Ellison Children 

20f I. Mary Harris, b. August 13, 1839, m. N. F. Curran. 

II. Sarah Elizabeth, b. November 10, 1814. res. West Brooksville. 

III. Almeda Frances, b. August 14, 1848. d. October 31, 1872. 

IV. Helen Mills, b. March 9, 1852. d. January 3, 1853. 

'20f Mary Harris Ellison, {Lucy Garl land °20e, Sarah 
20a, Amaziah W, Samuel 15, Daniel 2, Daniel />, horn Au- 
gust 15, 1839, in Bangor, was married April 22, 1872, to 
N. F. Curran. 

Mrs. Curran is connected with the Bangor Public 
Library and has furnished a very large portion of the data 
concerning the descendants of Samuel Goodwin 15. 

:20g George Vaughn Mills, (Sarah 20a, Amaziah 20, 
Samuel lo, Daniel 2, Daniel 1), horn November 22, 
1812, at Cape Elizabeth, was married, first, April 6, 
1835, to Dorothy Farnham of West Brooksville, horn 
October 9, 1816, died March 10, 1855. He was married 
second, March IS, 1857, to Nancy L. Wasson of West 
Brooksville, who survives him. He died at West Brooks- 
ville April 1, 1894. 

Mills Children, by First Wife. 

I. Luct Milliken b. November 22, 1836. d. September 20. 1852 

II. Alice Farnham, b. April 5, 1838. d. September 30, 1860. 

III. Susan Walker, b. February 10, 1810. d. January 11, 1853. 

IV. Mary Barker, b. January 19, 1812. m. Capt. George Tapley. 

V. George Vaughn, b, Marsh 11, 1814. m. Miranda Helen Mills 

VI. Emily Snow, b. September 13, 1846. m. W. Scott Whitney. 

VII. Dorothy Farnham, b. September 22. 1848, m. James Varnum. 

VIII. Edward Ellison, b. January 18, 1851, m. Lucy A. Bolton. 

IX. Albert Reed, b. March 25, 1853. m. S. Frank Douglass. 

'20h Miriam Hannaford Mills, (Sarah 20a, Amaziah 20, 
Samuel 15, Daniel 2, Daniel 1), born November 23, 1815, 
was married October, 1837, to Captain Nathaniel Perkins, 
who died October, 1889. 



24 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Perkins Children. 

I. Phebe Jarvis, b. April 9, 1839, m. Capt Jerry P. Hat3h. 

II. John Douglass, b. March 15, 1841, m. Flora Wilber. 

III. Brayton Mills, b. March 6, 1846, m. Anna Dicking, 

IV. Frank Cummings, b. April 29, 1849, m. Mary S. Ober. 

V. Mary Tapley, b. February 9, 1850, d. November 21, 1852, 

VI. Manning Ellis, b. September 28, 1853, m. Helen Bickford. 

20i Luke Samuel Mills, (Sarah 20a, Amaziah W,. 
Samuel 15, Daniel 2, Daniel 2), • born November 23, 1820, . 
at Cape Elizabeth, was married, first, June 4, 1846, to- 
Louisa Cummings of Eddington, Me., who died in Sep- 
tember, 1852. He was married, second, in 1855, to 
Mrs. Mary ( ) Douglass, who died in Lawrence, Mass., 
in March, 1892. He died in Lawrence, January 30, 
1895. 

Mills Children, by First Wife. 

I. Luther, b. Killed aged 16. 

II. Myron, b. 1852, 

Child, by Second Wife. 

III. Luke, b. 1871, m. and res. in Brooklyn, N. Y. 



21 James Goodwin, (Daniel 2, Daniel 1), born July 15, 
1697, in Berwick, is wholly untraced. His brother, Daniel, 
settled in Dover and had a son James 5 born in 1724. 
There was a James Goodwin of Newmarket, Rockingham^ 
County, N. H., "aged 50 in 1775," which so accurately 
described James 5 in age that it seemed probable he had 
gone to Newmarket from Dover; but other records show 
that James Goodwin and James Goodwin, Jr., were in 
Newmarket as early as November 21, 1746. This indi- 
cates positively an older James than James 5. It is 
possible that James 21 may have settled in Newmarket, 
and in 1746, then 49 years of age, have a son old euoughi 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 25- 

to be mentioned as James,, Jr., born in 1725, and 50 
years old in 1775. James, Jr., might also be the James 
5, "junior," to his uncle James 21. It should also be 
noted that a James Gooding, (a very common way of 
writing the name Goodwin in early days), married Eliza- 
beth and resided in Portland, Me. , having three 

daughters: I. Margaret, born June 13, 1733; 1 1. Sarah,, 
born March 7, 1835, and III. Sarah, born February 20, 
1737. I cannot yet identify definitely these several men 
bearing the name James.. 

22 Thomas Goodwin, (Daniel 2, Daniel 1), born August 
5, 1699, in Berwick, was married December 20, 1722, to 
Abigail Seward of Portsmouth, N. EL (See Vol. 23 or 
@4 & E. H. db G. R.) Descendants, if any, untraced- 
If this man's family record could be obtained it would 
doubtless clear up a number of obscure points. I am 
strongly inclined to think that he married Hannah Wells- 
for a second wife. See Appendix A. and diagram. 



26 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



II. 

DESCENDANTS OF THE SECOND SON OF DANIEL, 
THE IMMIGRANT. 



.23 James Goodwin (second son of Daniel i), was married 
December 9, 1686, in Berwick, to Sarah Thompson, 
daughter of Miles Thompson. He resided in Berwick and 
died there July 31, 1697. It was his widow and not 
Sarah, the second wife of Daniel 1, as Captain Goodwin 
supposed, who was the "widow Sarah Goodwin" ad- 
mitted to church in 1703, as Daniel 1 was then alive. No 
children have been credited to this James by Captain 
Goodwin or in any records, but there are so many 
branches of the Goodwins of Maine which cannot trace to 
Daniel and the other children of Daniel are so thoroughly 
indentified that the only possible explanation is that this 
James had several children. Certainly " Mary, daughter 
of Sarah Goodwin, baptized April 5, 1703 " (Berwick 
Records), was this man's child. 

I have therefore taken the liberty of giving this man 
just the family he needed to help me out. He has been 
dead too long to object, and, unless subsequent investiga- 
tions make it appear that it was not necessary for him to 
have had so many children, I shall always think he should 
have had them. His failure to write down the facts con- 
cerning himself and family has been the cause of most of 
•our woes. The N. E. H. & G. R., Vol. 23 or 24, says, 
•"John Davis, of Bristol in Great Brittaine, and Mary 
Gooding, of Necks vvamick, were married 23rd of Octo- 
ber, 1718." I can find no other Mary of marrying age 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY r MAINE. 27 

than the one baptized April 15, 1703, and I so dispose of 
her. 

Children [donated for this occasion only). 

24 I. Richard, b. m . Sarah Hall. 

26 II. John, b. 

27 III. James, b. 

28 IV. THOMAS, b. m. Elizabeth Abbott. 
V. Mary, bapt. April 25, 1703; m. John Davis. 



24 Richard Goodwin {James 23, Daniel 1) appears in 
Dover, N. H., with Daniel Goodwin 3. The names of 
both are spelled Gliding ( Vol. 6, N. E. G. & U. R.) 
He married Sarah Hall, born about 1685. Some of his 
descendants removed to Lebanon, Me., and they were 
claimed as relatives by the other Maine Goodwins. I 
know not whose son he was unless of James 23. See also 
Appendix O. 

Children. 

I. Elizabeth, b. October 15, 1721. 
25 II. Richard, b. April 19, 1724; m. Keziah Tibbetts. 
III. Hannah, b. August 7, 1726; 

25 Richard Goodwin (Richard 24, James 23, Daniel l) r 
born April 19, 1724, in Dover, N. H., married Keziah 
Tibbetts of Somersworth, and resided in Somersworth and 
Rochester, N. H. The names of his children indicate re- 
lationship with the Kittery family. 

Elisha Hayes of Lebanon wrote Captain Goodwin in 
1871 that Samuel Goodwin, born 1753 and married Sarah 
Hodsdon, was a cousin to Thomas Goodwin who married 
Anna Hodsdon, sister to Sarah. This statement was evi- 
dently a mistake as Thomas Goodwin was the son of 
Elisha 36, who was eldest son of Thomas 35 (son of 
Thomas 34), and this Thomas 35 had no son Richard, so 



28 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

far as my investigation goes. Thomas 34, third son of 
iDaniel 1, married Mehitable Plaisted perhaps about 
1685-7. She was captured by the Indians in 1689-90 
and then had an infant son whom the Indians killed. She 
was a prisoner for five years, returning in 1695. She 
had son, Thomas 35, in 1697. Captain Goodwin's records 
show that Samuel, born 1753, was a son of Richard 25, 
and the Dover records show Richard 25 as a son of Richard 
24, who was undoubtedly a grandson of Daniel 1, but 
unless Richard 24 was the son Thomas and Mehitable 
before her capture, which seems unlikely, I can only ac- 
count for him as a supposed son of James 23. 

Children {probably not in order ofbirtJi). 

m. Mehitable Lock, 
m. 1 Abigail Blaisdell. 

2 Nancy Tibbetts. 
m. Sarah Copp.> 

m. — ■ 

m. 

m. 1 Nehemiah Kimball. 

2 Isaac Trickey. 

m. Moore, 

1753; m. Sarah Hodsdon. 

26 John Goodwin {James *£3, Daniel 1) was a peti- 
tioner with Miles and Samuel Goodwin in 1752 from 
Penobscot. Miles and Samuel were apparently those of 
that name of the third generation and sons of Daniel 2. 
Neither of them had a son John so far as I can learn nor 
can I find a John of their generation except their cousin, 
John 58, who. married Patience Willoughby and resided in 



* Daniel Goodwin was evidently the Daniel Tibbetts Goodwin, born in New 
Hampshire, who had a brother Samuel, and whose mother was a Tibbetts and 
who married Mary Crafts in New York, settling in Auburn, Ohio, where he died 
in 1844. His youngest son, Hon. James A. Goodwin, resides at Spencer, Iowa. 
Full data of this branch is given on pages 205 et seq. of the Crafts' Genealogy. 



I. 


John, 


b. 


II. 


Moses, 


b. 


III. 


James, 


b. 


*IV. 


Daniel, 


b. 


V. 


Aaron, 


b. 


VI. 


Mollie, 


b. 


VII. 


Sallie, 


b. 


VIII. 


Samuel. 


b. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 29 

Berwick. Inasmuch as this John was contemporary with 
Miles and Samuel and was not their brother, there is only 
one conclusion to be drawn and that is that he was a son 
of one of their father's brothers, and the only one to 
whom he could belong as far as our knowledge now goes 
is to James 23. 

27 James Goodwin {Ja/rries 23, Daniel T) is given simply as 
a guess. We have record that a James Goodwin was born 
in Dover in 1724, who might have been of Newmarket, 
N. H. , in 1775; but who would have been too young to 
have been the Portland, Me., James of 1733. James 
Goodwin 21 may have been the senior of the James and 
James, Jr. , "being in Newmarket in 1716." This leaves 
the James Gooding of Portland, who had children in 
1733-35-37, unaccounted for. I suggest, pending fur- 
ther investigation, that the James Gooding of Portland, 

who married Elizabeth , may have been a son of 

James 23. Whether so or not, James of Portland had 

Children. 

I. Margaret, b. June 3, 1733. 

II. Sarah, b. March 7, 1735. 

III. Sarah, b. February 20, 1737. 

•28 Thomas Goodwin (James 23, Daniel 1) resided in 
Berwick and married Elizabeth Abbott before 1723. He 
is called "Junior" on the Berwick records; perhaps 
junior to his uncle, Thomas 31, or to his cousin, Thomas 
35. He is called "Senior " in 1721), .according to Cap- 
tain Goodwin's copy, but Rev. George Lewis copies 
it for me as "Junior." I simply cannot place him, un- 
less he w r ere a son of James 23, as Thomas 22, son of 
Daniel 2, married Abigail Seward, and Thomas 35, 
son of Thomas 31, married Elizabeth Butler, and these 



30 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

two, Daniel 2 and Thomas 34, were the only sons of 
Daniel 1 who had sons named Thomas, unless Daniel's 
son James 23 had such a son. I think Thomas 28 was a 
son of this James 23. Thomas resided in Berwick. 

Children. 

bapt. Nov. 21, 1723; m. Elizabeth Weymouth. 

bapt. May 23, 1725; m. Robert Patton. 

bapt. December 25, 1726; m. Martha Peirce. 
bapt. July 24, 1729; d. young. 

bapt. Oct. 5, 1732; m. 

bapt. " " " m. 



29 I. 


Henry, 


30 II. 


Susannah, 


31 m. 


Daniel, 


IV. 


Gideon, 


32 V. 


Gideon, 


33 VI. 


Thomas, 



29 Henry Goodwin (Thomas 28, James 23, Daniel 1), 
baptized November 21, 1723, in South Berwick, was married 
by Rev. Jeremiah Wise at South Berwick February 28, 
1748, to Elizabeth Weymouth. Descendants, if any, 
untraced. 

30 Susannah Goodwin (Thomas 28, James 23, Daniel 1), 
was baptized May 23, 1725, in South Berwick. 1 find in 
the history of Saco Valley this statement: "Susannah 
" Goodwin married in Saco, Me., March 13, 1784, Robert 
" Patten. She died in Biddeford, Me., March 9, 1813, 
" aged 88." This fixes date of birth of Susannah as same 
as this daughter of Thomas 28. 

31 Daniel Goodwin (Thomas 28, James 23, Daniel 1), 
was baptized December 25, 1726, in South Berwick where 
he married Martha Peirce, September 14, 1747. Their 
children, Eunice and Sarah, were evidently baptized as 
adults. The ancestry of Daniel 31 seemed beyond find- 
ing out until I chanced upon this entry in the Berwick 
church records: "Sept. 3, 1757, Hannah Goodwin, 
grand-daughter of Thomas, Jr. and Elizabeth (Abbot), 
upon this account was baptized. " From Captain Good- 



I. 


Sl t sie (':), 


II. 


Eunice, 


III. 


David, 


IV. 


Thomas, 


V. 


Hannah, 


VI. 


Daniel, 


VII. 


Benjamin, 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 31 

win's record I learned that this Daniel 31 had a 
daughter, Hannah, born between Thomas, 1T56, and 
Daniel, 1759, and from these two records it appears that 
Daniel Goodwin's daughter, Hannah, was grand-daughter 
of Thomas 28 though it does not appear why the grand- 
parents offered her for baptism — unless to help us out in 
getting the records straight. 



Children. 

bapt. Oct. 16, 1748; m. Joseph Whitehouse. 

bapt. .Tany. 27. 1750; d. in infancy, 

bapt. July 1, 1753; m. Mary Lord, 

bapt. May 2, 1756; m. Mehitable Abbott, 

bapt. Sept. 3, 1757; m. James Patch, 

bapt. Apl. 15, 1759; d. in infancy, 

bapt. Dec. 2,1761; d. in infancy. 

VIII. Daniel (Lieut.), bapt. May 20, 1764; m. Hannah Walker. 

IX. Benjamin, bapt. Apl. 6. 1766; d. 

X. Eunice, bapt. Aug. 29,1784; killed by lightning. 
XL Sarah, bapt. " " " d. unmarried. 



.'32 Gideon Goodwin {Thomas 28, James 23, Daniel 1), 
baptized in South Berwick October 5, 1732. is wholly un- 
traced, unless he is the Gideon Goodwin mentioned 
{Page 6^8, Vol. 18, K E. II. & G. R.), as being in New 
Hampshire in 1761-2. A Gideon Goodwin, Jr., married 
" Ellis" Ay res in Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 17, 1785. 
The June, 1898, Putnam's Historical Magazine, page 
178, says Gideon Gooding married Elizabeth Jenkins 
Aug. 17, 1753, in Portsmouth, N. H. (South Parish). 
This seems to be our Gideon 32 and Gideon, Jr., was 
probably a child of this marriage. 

53 Thomas Goodwin (Thomas 28, James 23, Daniel 1), 
was baptized October 5, 1732, in South Berwick. I can- 
not give the name of his wife with certainty, but I think 
he is the Thomas who married Mary Hicks in South Ber- 



32 THE GOODWINS OF KITTEKY, MAINE. 

wick July 29, 1754. The date and place point to him 
strongly. No further data of him or of the Thomas — 
Mary Hicks marriage. See diagram in Appendix A. 

I think the reader will agree with me that it is a matter 
of necessity to give James 23 a family, so as to provide 
for all of the foregoing Goodwins who are undoubtedly 
descendants of Daniel of Kittery, but whose descent I 
cannot trace unless the above suppositions are reasonably 
correct. 



III. 

DESCENDANTS OF THE THIRD SON OF DANIEL, THE 
IMMIGRANT. 



34 Thomas Goodwin (Daniel 1) was born in Kittery. He 
married about 1685 Mehitable Plaisted, 3 daughter of 
Lieut. Roger Plaisted, 2 Ichabod. 1 In 1689-90 Mehit- 
able was taken captive by the Indians, together with her 
infant son whom the Indians killed. She was kept a cap- 
tive for five years and then returned to Berwick. In De- 
cember, 1711, Daniel Goodwin 1 .and Sarah, his wife, 
made a deed to Thomas. He was known as Ensign 
Thomas. It has been impossible to get full data of his 
children. Olive, Mary and Bial.are given on authority of 
the Berwick church records; Thomas, Ichabod and James 
are given in Captain Goodwin's records. Moses Cooper 
(b. 1787) wrote Captain Goodwin in 1S67 that his grand- 
father, John Cooper, married Ichabod' s sister, who was 
then the widow Abbott, and that another sister married a 
Shapleigh of Eliot. A grandson of Ichabod states there 
was another sister who married a Davis. The A 7 ". E. H. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 3£ 

& G. B.,pg. 359, Vol. 24, says "Timothy Davis of Ports- 
mouth, and Olive Goodwin of Berwick, married Decem- 
ber 7, 1727." Also "John Davis of Bristol, in Great 
Britain, and Mary Gooding of Neckswamick, were married 
23 October, 1718. " I think this last must be an older 
Mary than the daughter of Thomas 34 — perhaps " Mary, 
baptized April 15, 1703 " by Sarah, widow of James 
Goodwin, 23. Perhaps Mary, daughter of Thomas,, 
married first, Mr. Abbott; second John Cooper. I have so 
shown her in the list but I cannot be certain that she was 
not the one who married Mr. Shapleigh. The data con- 
cerning the sons of Thomas 34 seem to be positive and 
beyond dispute. 

Children. 

I. Son, b. Killed by Indians 1689-90; 

35 II. Thomas, b. July 12, 1697; m. Elizabeth Butler. 

50 III. Ichabod, b. June 17, 1700; m. Elizabeth Scammon. 

IV. Olive, bapt. March 14, 1707-8; m. Timothy Davis. 

V. Mary, bapt. June 18, 1710*. m. 1 Abbott. 

2 John Cooper. 
43 VI. James, b. m. Margaret Wallingford. 

VII. Daughter, b. m. Shapleigh. 

VIII. Bial (dau,), bapt. May 6-, 1716; perhaps same as seventh child. 

35 Thomas Goodwin ( Thomas 3%, Daniel 1), born July 
12, 1697 in South Berwick; married December 2, 1722, 
Elizabeth Butler, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth ( ) 

Butler. The " Butler Genealogy" confuses the children 
of Thomas Goodwin 28 and Elizabeth Abbott with 
Thomas Goodwin 35 and Elizabeth Butler and gives all 
the Abbott children and none of the Batter ones. Captain 
Goodwin omits the eighth, ninth and twelfth child, but 
the Berwick church records say they were baptized by 
Thomas and Elizabeth, and Moses, the fourth child, in 
his will in 1766, mentions the twelfth child as "Sister 
Mollie," so I put them all in. It makes a big family in 



34 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



a very short time. I think I have the girls married cor- 
rectly. I am extremely anxious to get data about the 
second child, Thomas 37. 



36 I. 

37 II. 
III. 
IV. 
V. 
VI. 
VII. 

38 VIII. 

IX. 

39 X. 
XI. 
XCI. 



Elisha, 

Thomas, 

Olive, 

Moses, 

Elizabeth, 

Mart, 

James, 

Reuben, 

Charity, 
James, 
Daniel, 
Mollie, 



Children. 

bapt. Oct. 9, 1726; 

bapt. July 28, 1728; 
bapt. Oct. 27, 1728; 
bapt. Aug.:9, 1730; 
bapt. April 15, 1733; 
born March. 17, 1735; 
(bapt. Oct. 29, 1736; 

i 

bapt. May 15, 1737; 
,bapt. Aug. 19, 1739; 

bapt. Jan. 25, 1740: 



m. : Sarah . 

m. Nathan Lord, Jr. 
d. 1766, unmarried, 
m. Alexander Shapleigh. 
d. July 18, 1736. 
d. July 21, 1736. 

m. Thomas Abbott, 
m. Sarah Griffith. 
Untraced. 
Unmarried in 1766. 



36 ' Elisha Goowdin [Thomas 35, Thomas 34-, Daniel 1), 
baptized October 9, 1726 in South Berwick, married 

Sarah . He resided in South Berwick, and was 

killed by a log rolling over him. I cannot trace Thomas 
Goodwin of Biddeford, who married Mehitable, the 
second child. 

Children. 

bapt. March 27, 1742; untraced. 
Mehitable, bapt. March 25, 1743-4; m. 1 Thomas Goodwin. 

2 Amos Gordon, 
bapt. June 23. 1745; m. Hannah Shockley. 
bapt. Dec. 27, 1747; untraced. 

bapt. Nov. 19, 1749; m. Sarah Hobbs. 
bapt. March 17, 1750-1 ; m. Anna Hodgsdon. 

bapt. April 15, 1753; m. Mary Remick. 
bapt. Oct. 31, 1756; m. Noah Johnson. 

bapt. m. Alexander McGooch. 

bapt. m. William Chadwick. 



I. 


Roger. 


II. 


Mehitabli 


III. 


Elisha, 


IV. 


Patty, 


36aV. 


Daniel. 


VI. 


ThomAs. 


VII. 


Jeremiah, 


VIII. 


Sarah, 


IX. 


Olive, 


X. 


Elizabeth; 



36a Daniel Goodavin [Elisha 36, Thomas 36, Thomas 34, 
Daniel 1), baptized November 19, 1719, in South Ber- 
wick, married Sarah Hobbs. They resided in Eliot, Me., 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



3fr 



where he died December 13, 1811. She died October 22. 
1811. 

1198578 



i. 
ii. 
in. 

IV. 
V. 
VI. 
VII. 



Nathaniel, 

Daniel, 

Sarah, 

Daniel 

Elisha, 

Anna, 

Thomas, 



VIII. Morris, 

IX. Moses, 

X. Olive, 

XI. Jeremiah. 

XII. Abigail, 

XIII. Elizabeth, 

XIV. Rosanna, 
36bXI. James, 



Children. 

b. July 25, 1771 : m. Isabel Gordon. 

b. Oct, 5, 1772: d. 

b. Dec. 9, 1773; m, John Raitt. 

b. Feb. 27: 1775; m. Polly Ferguson. 

b. Aug. 26, 1776: m. Anna Libby. 

b. Apl. 30, 1778; m. Thomas Goodwin. 

b. Nov. 21, 1779; m. Sarah Lord. 

b. Feb. 25, 1781 ; m. Dorcas Paul. 

m. Alice Fernald. 
b. Dec: 30, 1782: m. John Russell, 
b. July 1, 1785: m. 1 Sarah Penhallow. 
2 Elizabeth Emery, 
b. Jan. 7, 1787; m. Theophilus Simpson, 
b. April 11, 1788; m. Richard Neal. 
b. Dec. 13, 1789, m. Nathaniel Knowlton. 
b. April 27. 1791; m. Hannah Ferguson. 



36b James Goowin {Daniel 36a, Elisha 36, Thomas 35, 
Thomas 34, Daniel 1), born April 27, 1791, in Eliot, Me.,, 
married January 23, 1815, Hannah Ferguson, born July 
16, 1792 in Eliot, a daughter of Dennis Ferguson.. 
They resided in Eliot, where James died June 11, 1857. 



Children. 



I. 


Son, 


b. Dec. 6, 1815; 


II. 


Sylvester, 


b. Nov. 1, 1816; 


III. 


James, 


b. Jan. 3, 1819; 


IV. 


Timothy F., 


b. Dec. 16, 1820; 


V. 


Henry. 


b. Feb. 2", 1823; 


VI. 


Eliza F., 


b. May 17. 1825; 


36c VII. 


Sylvester, 


b. Sept. 22, 1827; 


VIII. 


Hannah, 


b. March 5, 1830; 


IX. 


Hannah, 


b. March 15, 1832 


X. 


Mary Jane, 


b. Nov. 14, 1835; 



d. Dec. 7> 1815. 

d. Aug. 20, 1826. 

m. Abigail T. Paul. 

m. Nancy G. SimpsOn. 

m. Eveline S. Pickering. 

m. Jeremiah Knowlton. 

m. 1 Ruth A. Foster. 

2 Judith M. Foster, 
d. in infancy, 
d. unmarried, 
m. Sewall Frank Lord. 



36c Sylvester Goodwin, (James 36b, Daniel 36a, Elixir 
36, Thomas 35, Thomas 34, Daniel 1), born September 



36 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

22, 1827, married, first, November 11, 1847, Ruth A. 
Foster, daughter of Warren and Judith ( ) Foster. 
She died in Boston. Sylvester married, second, February 
20, 1854, Judith M. Foster, sister of his first wife. He 
was a ship carpenter and builder. He was among the 
"49ers" in California, but returning he settled in Brook- 
lyn where he was a member of the firm of Sampson, 
Weston & Goodwin, dying December, 1893. 

Child, by First Wife. 

I. AbbieM., b. May 1, 1848. m, Henry H. Hall. 

Children, by Second Wife. 

II. Elizabeth Warren, b. December 5, 1854. d. May 24, 1857. 
36d III. Warren Foster, b. November 16, 1857. m. Lillian Grandy. 

IV. Effie Sophia. b r. Brooklyn, N. Y., unm. 



:36d Warren Foster Goodwin (Sylvester 36c, James 36b, 
Daniel 36a, Mis ha 36, Thomas 35, Thomas 3 %, Daniel '1), 
born November 16, 1857, in Boston, was married Sep- 
tember 4, 1877, at Brooklyn to Lillian Grandy, born 
July 16, 185S, in Brooklyn, a daughter of William and 
Gertrude {Schuyler) Grandy. Mr. Goodwin is a manager 
of Fire Insurance Companies, has resided in Boston, 
Brooklyn, New York and,since 1893, in Chicago where he 
is head of the insurance firm of Goodwin, Hall & Hen- 
shaw. He has contributed very materially to the com- 
pilation of the records of Captain Goodwin and in the 
collection of new data. 

Children. 

I. William Grandy, b. March 2, 1879. 

II. James Sylvester, b. March 29, 1882. 

III. Schuyler. b. December 23, 1893. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 37 

37 Thomas Goodwin (Thomas 35, Thomas 34-, Daniel 1), 
baptized October 9, 1726, in South Berwick, 1 cannot 
trace. I tried to make him the ancestor of the Wells 
family, but that Thomas married about 1732. I have 
even tried to do him the honor of making him my ancestor, 
see Appendix V, but I cannot trace him out of Maine into 
Pennsylvania or Maryland, as I can his cousins, Ichabod's 
children, so I abandon him to his fate. It seems probable 
that he is the Thomas who married Mary Hicks or else 
the Thomas who married Eunice Lord and Mehitable 
Goodwin. 

38 Reuben Goodwin (Th omas 35, Thomas 34, Daniel 1), 
baptized in South Berwick October 29, 1736, by Thomas 
and Elizabeth Goodwin is untraced. Moses 49 and Amy 
baptized a son Reuben April 27, 1731, and a Reuben 
Goodwin married Hannah Abbot September 2, 1756. I 
think it more likely that this was the son of Moses as he 
was then 22 while Thomas' son was only 20, both rather 
young for marrying, but Moses' son having the better 
right. I cannot trace the children, if any, of this mar- 
riage. A Reuben Goodwin sold land February 13, 1788, 
at mouth of Marsh River, (Penobscot). 

.39 Captain James Goodwin (Thomas 35, Thomas 34, 
Daniel 1), baptized May 15, 1737, in South Berwick, was 
married August 17, 1767, to Sally Griffith of Portsmouth, 
N. H. , who was born September 13, 1716, in Hampton, 
N. H. They resided in Benvick where he died Septem- 
ber 21, 1808. She died March 1, 1815. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



Children. 



I 


James, 


II. 


Thomas, 


III. 


Olive P., 


IV. 


Sarah, 


V. 


Elizabeth. 


VI. 


Samuel, 


VII. 


Mary (Polly), 


VIII. 


Mary (Polly) 



b. 


Aug. 16, 1768; 


m. 


Love Sherburn. 


b. 


July 22, 1770; 


m. 


1 Mary Butler. 

2 Mary Butler. 


b. 


Aug. 9, 1772: 


m. 


Ebenezer Winn. 


b. 


Jany. 12, 1775; 


m. 


1 Elisha Whitehouse. 

2 Moses Souther. 


b. 


Aug. 21, 1777; 


m. 


Pelatiah Butler. 


b. 


May 23,1780; 


m. 


1 Elizabeth Keays. 

2 Susan Hanson. 


b. 


Feby. 25, 1781; 


a. 


October 10, 1785. 


b. 


June 27, 1787; 


d. 


April 6, 1805. 



40 Captain Ichabod Goodwin [Thomas 34, Daniel T) r 
born June 17, 1700, was married August 25, 1729, to 
Elizabeth Scamman of Saco, Me., a daughter of Captain 
Humphrey Scamman, son of Humphrey Scamman. 







Childeen. 






I. 


Hannah, 


b. July 24, 1730; 


m. 


Tristram Jordan. 


II. 


Ichabod, 


b. Aug. 17, 1732; 


a. 


1732. 


III. 


Humphrey, 


b. Dec. 24. 1735; 


d. 


August, 26, 1736. 


IV. 


Mary, 


b. Jany. 24, 1736-7 


; m. 


1 Foxwell Curtis Cutts. 
2 Rev. John Fairfield. 


V. 


Ichabod, 


b. Feby. 23, 1739; 


d. 


1739. 


41 VI. 


Dominicus, 


b April 24, 1741 ; 


m. 


1 Hannah Hill. 

2 Mrs. Elizabeth (Little- 

field) Perkins. 


42 VII. 


Ichabod, 


b. May 14, 1743; 


m. 


Mary Wallingford. 


VIII. 


Samuel, 


b. Aug. 17, 1745; 


d. 


unmarried. 


IX. 


Elizabeth, 


b. Dec. 25, 1748; 


d. 


unmarried. 


X. 


Sally. 


b. April 21, 1754; 


m. 


1 Temple Hight. 

2 Rishworth Jordan. 



41 Dominicus Goodwin {Ichabod 4-0, Thomas S^Daniel 1), 
born April 24, 1741, married, first, July 12, 1763, Han- 
nah Hill, who died March 10, 1772. She was a daughter 
of Elisha and Mary {Plaistcd) Hill 4 ; he a son of John 
and Mary {Frost) Hill 3 , Roger 2 , Peter Hill 1 . Mary 
Plaistcd was descended from Captain Elisha 4 , Judge 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



39 



Johns, Lieutenant Roger 2, Ichabod Plaistedi. He 
married, second, in 1772, Mrs. Elizabeth (Littlefield) 
Perkins, widow of Captain John Perkins of Wells. 

Children, by First Wife. 



41a I. 


Samuel, 


bapt. 


April 1, 1764. 


m. 


Anna Gerrish, 


II. 


Elizabeth. 


bapt. 


February 23, 1766. 


m. 


1 Gen. William Frost. 

2 Col. Nathaniel Hobbs 

3 Col. Paul. 


III. 


DOMINICUS, 


bapt. 


February 21, 1768. 


m. 


Peggy Lord. 


IV. 


Jordan, 


bapt. 


March 25, 1770. 


m. 


Sally Hill. 


V. 


Hannah, 


bapt. 


March 10, 1772. 




"A sick child."' 



Children, by Second Wife. 



VI. John, 

VII. Hannah. 
VIII- Ichabod. 

IX. Daniel, 

X. Sarah. 



bapt. September 12, 1773. m. Agnes Rogers. 



bapt. July 23, 1775. 
bapt. August 16, 1777, 
bapt. August 28, 1779. 
bapt. 1781. 



m. William Thompson, 
d. unmarried, 
m. Mary Pray, 
d. unmarried. 



41a Samuel Goodwin (Dominions £/, Ichabod 1^0, Thomas 
34, Daniel 1), baptized April 1st, 1764, in South Berwick 
(born February 5, 1764-), was married November 12, 
1791, to Anna Thompson Gerrish, who was born May 6, 
1769, on Gerrish Island, Kittery, a daughter of Joseph 
and Anna (Thompson) Gerrish; he a son of Timothy and 
Sarah (Elliot) Gerrish, son of John and Elizabeth ( Wold- 
ron) Gerrish, son of William and Joanna (Goodale) Oliver 
Gerrish. Anna Thompson 5 was descended from Wil- 
liam 4 , Edward 3 , Samuel 2 , William Thompson K 
Samuel Goodwin was a farmer and resided in North Ber- 
wick. 



40 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 







Children. 


I. 


Anna Thompson, 


b. Nov. 24, 1792; 


41b II. 


Ichabod, 


b. Oct. 8, 1794; 


■41c III. 


Joseph Gerrish, 


b. Jany. 31, 1798; 


IV. 


Samuel, 


b. Jany. 13, 1799 


V. 


Hannah Jane, 


b. Jany. 9, 1805; 


VI. 


Mary Elizabeth 


b. July 12, 1803; 


VII. 


Sarah Elliot, 


b. March 5, 1805 


VIII 


Olive Jordan, 


b. Sept., 1809; 


41f IX. 


Daniel Raynes, 


b. April 12,1811; 



d. Sept. 18, 1856, unmarried. 

m. Sarah Parker Rice. 

m. Frances Hobbs. 

d. in Greenville, Pa. 

m. Col. Love Keay. 

d. Dec. 27, 1867, unmarried. 

m. Wilson Hobbs. 

d. unmarried. 

m. Mary R. Merrick. 



41b Governor Ichabod Goodwin [Samuel lf.la, Domini- 
ons J+l, Ichabod '4-0, Thomas 34, Daniel 1), born October 
8, 1794, in Berwick, was married September 3, 1827, at 
Portsmouth by Rev. Israel Putnam to Sarah Parker liice, 
born May 15, 1805, in Portsmouth, a daughter of Cap- 
tain William and Abigail {Parker) Rice. He was the 
" War Governor " of New Hampshire (consult Waiters 
History of New Hampshire in the Rebellion), residing in 
Portsmouth where he died July 4, 1882. Their son, 
Frank Goodwin, is a lawyer residing in Boston. 

Children. 

1 Abby Rice, b. Feby. 19, 1829' m. Capt. William A. Winder. 

II. Hope, b. Sept. 23, 1830; 

III. Sarah Parker Rice, b. July 1, 1832; m. Samuel Stoner. 

IV. Georgette Cumming, b. Dec. 29, 1834; m. Capt. Joseph M. Bradford. 

V. Samuel, b. June, 1837; d. Sept. 12, 1838. 

VI. Frank, b. Nov. 1, 1841; m. Mary G. Buttrick. 

VII. Susan Boardman, b. March 3, 1844; m. Admiral George Dewey. 



Susan Boardman Goodwin (Ichabod 4-lb, Samuel Jfla, 
Dominions 41 <> Ichabod Ifi, Thomas 34, Daniel 1), born 
March 3, 1844, in Portsmouth, was married October 24, 
1867, at Portsmouth, by Rev. James DeNormandie to 
Lieut. Commander George Dewey, now Admiral, who 
was born December 2C>, 1837, in Montpelier, Vt. , a son 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY. MAINE. 



41 



of Dr. Julius T. and Elizabeth (PerrvrC) Dewey 8 , Simeon 
7 , William 6 , Simeon 5 , William 4 , Josiah 3 , Josiah 2 , 
Thomas Dewey 1 . 

The recent successes of Admiral Dewey have made him 
one of the most famous of naval commanders. Susan 
(Goodwin) Dewey died December 30, 1872, at Torpedo 
Station, Newport, R. I. 

Dewey Child. 

I. George Goodwin, b. Dec. 22, 1872; Resides in New York. 



41c Joseph Gerrish Goodwin (Samuel J^la, Dominions 
4.1, Ichabod 4-0, Thomas 34, Daniel /), born January 31, 
1797, in Berwick, was married May 18, 1820, at North 
Berwick to Frances Hobbs, born January 20, 1802, in 
North Berwick a daughter of William andMollie (Morrilty 
Hobbs. Joseph Gerrish Goodwin was a farmer and re- 
sided in North Berwick where his wife died ^November 29 r 
1880. He died June 12, 1889. 



41d 







Children. 






I. 


Ichabod, 


b. Oct. 21, 1820; 


m. 


Rhoda Spear, 


II. 


William Hobbs, 


b. Oct. 9, 1822; 


m. 


Mary Evert Wendell. 


III. 


Samuel, 


b Aug. 19, 1824; 


m. 


Sarah Ann Johnson. 


IV. 


Mary Ann, 


b July 27, 1826; 


m. 


James Hobbs. 


V. 


Sarah Kice, 


b. Sept, 2, 1828; 


m. 


Joseph Hobbs. 


VI. 


Olive Elizabeth, 


b. May 16, 1830; 


m. 


Tristram Fall Johnson. 


VII. 


Joseph Wilson, 


b. Nov. 26, 1833; 


m. 


Alicia Sophia Lord. 


VIII 


Daniel. 


b. July 31, 1836; 


m. 


Eliza Ida Furbish. 


IX. 


Fanny E., 


b. May 6, 1842; 


m. 


John Abbott Hooper. 



41d William Hobbs Goodwin (Joseph Gerrish 41c, 6«m- 
uel Jfla, Dominions 41) Ichabodlfi, Thomas 34, Daniel 1), 
born October 9, 1822, in North Berwick, was married 
June 29, 1852, at Portsmouth, N. H., to Alary Evert 



42 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Wendell, a daughter of Jaeob and Mehitable Kindge 
■{Rogers) Wendell. Mr. Goodwin resided in Jamaica 
Plains, a suburb of Boston, and was president of the 
Eliot National Bank. It was through his liberality that 
the first transcript of all of Captain Goodwin's notes was 
made. He was killed May 13, 1897, by a blow from a 
falling- branch of a tree while near his home. His widow 
resides {1898) in Jamaica Plains. 

Children. 

I. Wendell, b. May 6, 1853, 

II. Frances, b. Deo. 17, 1854. 

III. Hetty R.. b. April 13, 1856; m. William Pierson Warner. 

IV. Mary Evert, b. April 13, 1859. 

V. Caroline Wendell, | b. Oct. 28, 1861; m. 1 Arthur T. Greenougb. 
41 e VI. William Hobbs, f 2 David S ' Greenough. 

lie William Hobbs Goodwin ( William Hobbs 4-ld, Joseph 
Gerrick lf.lc, Samuel lf.la, Dominicus J+l, Ichabod 4-0, 
Thomas 31+, Daniel 1) is a banker and member of the Bos- 
ton Stock Exchange with offices at 41 Devonshire street, 
Boston. It was his desire to carry out his father's wishes 
that has lead to the publishing of this record of the 
family. 

41f Rev. Daniel Raynes Goodwin, D.D., LL.D. {Sa?n- 
uelJfla, Dominicus 4-1, Ichabod 40, Thomas 34, Daniel 1), 
born April 12, 1811, in North Berwick, w r as married Janu- 
ary 2, 1838, atHallowell, Me., by Rev. Jonathan Cole to 
Mary Randall Merrick, born January 25, 1810, in Phila- 
delphia, a daughter of Samuel Merrick, born in London, 
and Hannah Humpage, born in Kidderminster, England. 
Doctor Goodwin was President of Trinity College, Hart- 
ford, Conn., and President of Pennsylvania University. 
He died March 15, 1890, in Philadelphia where his wife 
had died January 13, 1884. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 4£ 



CHILDaEN. 

I Anna Harriet b. Nov. 16 t 1838. m. Benjamin Vaughan. 

II Julia Hepp, b. Jane 28, iK40, d. Oct. 16, 1841. 

III Mary Merrick, b. Feb. 19,1842, m. William Canfleld Spencer. 

IV Henry Smith, b. Dec. 14, 1843, cR Oct. 14, 1861. 
V Lucy Gardiner, b. Oct. 5, 1845, d. March 28, 1847. 

41g VI Harold b. Nov.. 15, 1850, m. Julia Murray Mcllvaine. 



41g Harold Goodwin [Daniel Raynes r 41 f, Samuel If.la r 
Dominions Jf.1 , Ichaboa \- Ifi, Thomas 3 1+, Daniel 1), horn 
November 15, 1850 in Brunswick, Me., removed with his 
parents in 1853 to Hartford, Conn., and again in 1860 to 
Philadelphia, where he has since resided. He was mar- 
ried June 17, 1884, in Philadelphia to Julia Murray Mc- 
llvaine, born April 26, 1845, at " Elmslie," Ewing, 
Mercer Co., N. J., a daughter of Alexander Murray and 
Mary Cowperthvvaite (Olden) Mcllvaine. Mrs. Goodwin 
died in Philadelphia September 25, 1896. Harold Good- 
win is an attorney with offices in the Hale Building, 
Philadelphia. 

Children-. 

1 Mary Merrick, b. Oct. 30, 1885. 

I[ Harold, b. Feb. 5, 1888. 

III Margaret Shippen. b. Jan. 17, 1890. 

IV Daniel Rodman, b. May 24, 1892. 



42 General Ichabod Goodwin (Ichabod 4-0, Thomas 3^ y 
Daniel 1), born May 14, 1743 in Berwick, was married. 
May 25, 1768, to Mary Wallingford, born December 18, 
1752, in Somersworth, N. H., a daughter of Capt. Thomas 
and Abigail (Hill) Wallingford, he a son of Col. Thomas 
Wallingford, of Somersworth. They resided in Berwick- 
Abigail Hill, his wife's mother, was born July 3, 1729, a 
daughter of Judge John Hill. General Ichabod Goodwin 
was a farmer; member of the Provincial Congress of 1775;. 



44 THE GOODWINS OF KTTTERY, MAINE. 

a Lieutenant Colonel in the Revolutionary war; High 
sheriff of York comity and in 1787 was Major General of 
the 6th division Massachusetts militia, comprising the 
.Province of Maine. 



Children. 

1 Ichabod, b. June 10, 1770, 

II Thomas Wallingford, b. May 10. 1772, 

III Betsy, b. July 26, 1774, 

IV Abigail, b. March 2, 1777, 

V Mary, b. Nov. 21, 1779, 

VI Hannah, b. Dec. 21, 1781, 

VII Andrew. b. May 7, 1784, 

VIII Sarah. b. Nov. 9, 1786, 

IX Olive Elizabeth. b. June 23, 1789, 

X Dominicus b. May 29, 1791, 

XI James Scamman, (Dr.) b. Nov. 11, 1793, 



m. Anna Thompson. 

d. Jan. 25, 1822, unm. 

d. 1790. 
m. Major William Hight. 

d. March 28, 1831, unm. 
m. Joseph W. Seaver. 
m. 1 Betsy Thompson, 

2 Elizabeth Wallingford. 

d. unm. 

d. 1791. 

d. Sept. 21, 1814. unm. 

m. Hannah Gookin. 



43 James Goodwin (Thomas <i£, Daniel 1), born in South 
Berwick, married Margaret Wallingford. No further 
data. 



Children. 



I. Margaret. bapt. 

II. Mehitable, bapt. 

44 III. Jedediah, bapt. 

IV. Olive, bapt. 

V. Mary, bapt. 

45 VI. AMOSWALLINGFORD.bapt. 

46 VII. Silas, bapt. 



47 VIII. Thomas, 
*IX. James 

X. Samuel, 



bapt. 
b. 



February 17, 1741-2, m. Thomas Hodgsdon, Jr. 
April 29, 1744, m. Thomas Chadbourne. 

May 18, 1746. m. Hannah Emery. 

May 28, 1749, m. Nehemiah Gray, 

February 4, 1753; m. Dr. Hall. 

April 13, 1755; m. Eunice Gatehel. 

June 8, 1760; m. 1 Isabella Bradgdon. 

2 Anna Clement. 
May 3, 1764; m. Anna (Naney)Goodwin 

I Taken prisoners in Revolutionary 

) War and died in a Halifax prison. 



44 Major Jedediah Goodwin (James Jfi, Thomas 34, 
Daniel 1), baptized May 18, 1746, in South Berwick, was 



*See Appendix P, as a possibility. Who knows whether this man died un- 
married or not? He was evidently one of the earlier children, born probably be- 
tween 1740-50. 



THE GOODWINS OF KTTTERY, MAINE. 



45 



married October 7, 1771, to Hannah Emery, a daughter 
of Rev. Joshua and Adah (Tidy) Emery. He resided in 
"Witch Trot," South Berwick, where he died July 1, 
1818. 







Children. 






I. 


Emery. 


b. August 4, 1772; 


d. 


young. 


II. 


Hannah, 


b. April 24, 1774; 


m. 


Joshua Emery. 


III. 


Mary, 


b. November 19, 1775. 






IV. 


James, 


b. December 26, 1777. 






V. 


Emery, 


b. December 27, 1779; 


m. 


Polly Hamilton. 


VI. 


Jedediah, 


b. January 17, 1782, 


m. 


1 Hannah Leavitt. 

2 Isabella Goodwin. 

3 Lucy Sawyer. 


VII. 


Margaret, 


b. December 28, 1783; 


m. 


Dr. Thomas Teal, Jr 


VIII. 


John, 


b. October 17, 1785. 






IX. 


Joshua, 


b. May 10, 1787; 


m. 


Sarah Neal. 


X. 


Samuel, 


b. June 10, 1789. 






XI. 


James, 


b. August 8, 1791; 


m. 


Mary Goodwin. 


XII. 


Eunice, 


b. June 13, 1793; 


m. 


Benjamin Chase. 


XIII. 


Betsy, 


b. December 23, 1795. 






XIV. 


Harriet, 


b. April 12, 1800; 


m. 


Daniel Stone. 



45 Amos Wallingford Goodwin [James J+3, Thomas 34, 
Daniel 1), baptized April 13, 1755, was married in 1786, 
to Eunice Gatchel of Wells. Nothing further known to 



46 



me. 



Silas Goodwin (James 43, Thomas 34, Daniel 1), 
baptised June 8, 1760, was married first November 15, 
1780, to Isabella Bragdon of York, secondly to Anna 
Clement of Dover, N. H. His daughter Sallie served 
for many years in the office of Register of Deeds of York 
County, under Hon. Jeremiah Goodwin. My data shows 
Silas was married in 1800 the second time, but all his 
children are given under the first marriage. Of course if 
date of second marriage is correct then Amos and perhaps 
Isabella were children of the second wife. 



46 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



Children, by First Wife. 



I. 


Samuel, 


b. 




II. 


Mary, 


b. 




III. 


Sarah, 


b. 




IV. 


Lydia, 


b. 




V. 


Amos, 


b. 


February 11 


VI. 


Isabella, 


b. 





m. Mrs. Nancy (Harvey) Warren, 
m. James Goodwin, 
d. unmarried. 
m. Oliver Moore, 
m. Mrs. Nancy(Perkins)Moulton. 
m. Elder Jedediah Goodwin. 



47 Thomas Goodwin (James ^3, Thomas S %, Daniel 1), 
baptized May 3, 1764, married Anna (Nancy) Goodwin, 
born April 30, 1778, in Eliot, Me., a daughter of Daniel 
36a, and Sarah (Hohhs) Goodwin. 









Children. 






I. 


Thomas, 


b. 




m. 


Catherine Simpson. 


II. 


Charles J., 


b. 


May 22, 1800; 


m. 


Mahala Hodgsdon. 


III. 


Nathaniel, 


h. 


August 4, 1802; 


m. 


Elizabeth Bennett. 


IV. 


Daniel, 


b. 


April 11, 1804; 


m. 


Eliza Jellison. 


V 


Sarah Ann, 


b. 




m. 


Oren Bennet. 


VI. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


June 8, 1810; 


m. 


Alpheus Goodwin. 


VII. 


Jeremiah, 


b. 




m. 


1 Parthena Grant. 

2 Esther Cooper. 


VIII. 


Augustus, 


b. 




m. 


Olive Grant. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



47 



IV. 

DESCENDANTS OF THE FOURTH SON OF DANIEL, 
THE IMMIGRANT. 



48 



William Goodwin (Daniel 1), born in Kittery, 
married Deliverance Taylor, daughter of John and Martha 
( ) Taylor. They resided in Kittery where William 

died in 1714. 







Children 


49 I. 


Moses, 


b. 


52 II. 


William. 


b. 


58 III. 


John, 


b. 


66 IV. 


James. 


b. 


67 V. 


Adam. 


b. 


69 VI. 


Taylor, 


b. 


VII. 


Margaret, 


b. 


VIII. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


IX. 


Hannah, 


b. 


X. 


Mary, 


b. 



1 Amv 

2 Ann - 



m. Abigail Stone. 

m. Patience Willoughby. 

m. 1 Sarah 

2 Meiiitable Thompson, 
m. Elizabeth Nason. 

m. William Libby. 

m. Ethrinton Hearl (Earl). 



49 Moses Goodwin ( William 4-8, Daniel 1), married first 

Amy . His will, May 9, 1769, mentions wife 

Ann; either second wafe or mistake for Amy. They re- 
sided in Berwick. 







Children 






1. 


Rachel. 


bapt. December 14. 


1724; 


m. Clark. 


50 II. 


Charles. 


bapt. December 14, 


1724. 




HI. 


Katherine. 


bapt. December 14. 


1724: 


m. Benjamin Astin. 


IV. 


Priscilla, 


bapt. December 14, 


172 i; 


m. John Jones. 


V. 


Daughter, 


bapt. July 24. 1729; 




(Perhaps erroneous entry), 


VI. 


Amy, 


bapt. May 27, 1730. 






VTI. 
VIII. 


Moses, ) 
William, \ 


bapt. May 10, 1733. 




un traced, 
un traced. 


51 IX. 


Reuben, 


bapt. April 27. 1734. 






X. 


Ann. 


bapt. June 8, 1735. 






XI. 


Ruth, 


bapt. May 2. 1737: 




m. Clark. 



48 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



50 Charles Goodwin [Moses 1/.9, William 4&, Daniel i), 
born in Berwick, is untraced^except as disclosed by Ber- 
wick records of office holding, beginning as a constable 
March 12, 1749-50, and repeatedly mentioned until 1787. 

51 Keuben Goodwin [Moses 1ft, Will lam lfi, Daniel 1), 
baptized in Berwick April 27, 1731, is untraced unless he 
is the Reuben who married Hannah Abbott September 2, 
1756. See Reuben 38.'*" A Reuben Goodwin sold land 
February 13, 178S at mouth of Marsh river [Penobscot.) 

52 William Goodwin ( William lfi, Daniel 1) married 
his cousin, Abigail Stone, daughter of Daniel and Pa- 
tience ( Goodwin) Stone. They resided in South Berwick. 
Captain Goodwin's records says one daughter married. 
Abbott aud one married Pike. 

Children. 



53 I. 



William, 



II. Patience, 

54 III. James, 
*IV. Abigail, 

V. Deliverance, 

55 VI. Elijah, 



VII. Jeremiah, 
56 VIII Shipway, 



IX. 
57 X. 



Sarah, 
Jeremiah 



bapt. April 22, 1725; m. 1 Mary Butler. 
2 Sarah Stone. 



bapt, March 23, 1776-7 m. 1 Abigail Tarbox. 

2 Mrs. Eunice (Foy) Ham- 

[inond. 
d. in infancy. 

m. 1 Lydia Lord. 

2 Catherine Abbott. 



bapt. June 4, 1732; 
bapt. June 4, 1732; 

bapt. 

bapt. July 24, 1737; m. Lydia Thompson. 



53 William Goodwin ( William 52, William £8, Daniel 1), 
baptized April 22, 1725, in South Berwich, was married,, 
first, April 19, 1750 at South Berwick to Mary Butler, 
born July 17, 1726, a daughter of Thomas and Mehit- 



' " Abigail Goodwin married John Gubtail November 16, 1749 "—perhaps this 

Abigail. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 49' 

able ( ) Butler. She died before 1759 and prob- 

ably before her child was baptized. William married,, 
secondly, Sarah Stone. He resided in South Berwick. 

Child, by First Wife. 

I. William, b. March 24, 1750-1; perhaps died young. 

Children, by Second AVife. 



II. 


Simon, 


b. 


d. 


III. 


Sarah, 


b. 


d. 


IV. 


Sarah, 


b. 


m. 1 Simeon Ricker. 


V. 


MOLLIE, 


b. 


m. Thomas Appleby 


VI. 


Simon, 


b. 


untraced. 


VII. 


Dorcas, 


b. 


m. Elisha Lord 3d. 


VIII 


Eunice, 


b. 


m. Levi Appleby. 


IX, 


William, 


b. 


m. 1 Mollie Yeaton- 
" 2 Ann Cram. 


X. 


Benjamin, 


b. 


untraced. 


XI. 


Abigail, 


b. 


untraced. 



54 James Goodwin ( Will lain 52, William 4-8,- Daniel 1)$ 
baptized April 22, 1725, was born in South Berwick about 
1721. His descendants, if any, are wholly untraced. 
Reference might be had to Appendix G. 

55 Elijah Goodwin ( William 5%, William .'+8, Daniel 1)\ 
baptized March 23, 1726-7 in South Berwick, has a con- 
fusing; matrimonial record. The Berwick records show 
that "Elijah Goodwin married Abigail Martin December 
21, 1749; " Captain Goodwin's record first had her name 
Abigail Underwood but a number of her descendants 
wrote, insisting that she was Abigail Tarbox. I can find no 
other Elijah of this age, so perhaps Abigail Tarbox was- 
the widow Abigail Martin when she married Elijah. He 
married, secondly, Mrs. Eunice {Foy) Hammond. He 
was a farmer, residing in Great Falls, N. H., but event- 
ually settling in Cranberry Meadow, Berwick. 



50 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 





Children, by First \^ 


^IFE. 


I. 


Abigail, 


bapt. Dec. 8. 1751, 


m. Joseph Holmes. 


II. 


Elijah. 


bapt. Nov. 10, 1752, 


m. Lucy Avery. 


III. 


Daniel, 


bapt. June 8, 1755, 


m. Mary Dowries. 


IV. 


Lydia, 


bapt. Jany. 16, 1747, 


m. Simeon Spencer. 


V. 


Adam, 


born Dec. 25, 1758, 


m. Sally Goodrich. 


VI. 


Charity, 


bapt. Jany. 5, 1761, 


m. Joseph Curtis. 


VII. 


Simeon, 


born 1762, 


m. Mary Goodrich. 


VIII. 


Reuben, 


bapt. July 17, 1763, 


m. Phebe Downes. 


IX. 


Mebibah, 


bapt. Nov. 24, 1765, 


m. Kias Farnham, 


X. 


Martha, 


bapt. July 24, 1768, 


m. 1 David Varney. 
2 Robert Nason. 


XI. 


Lemuel, 


bapt. Sept. 12, 1771, 


d. unmarried. 


XII. 


Jacob, 


bapt. Jany 9, 1773, 


m Joanna Stanton. 


XIII. 


Charles, 


born April 17, 1777, 


m. Experience Fall. 



Child, by Second Wife. 

XIV. Simon, bapt. May 26, 1787, d. in infancy. 

156 Shipway Goodwin ( William 52, William 4-8, Daniel 1), 
baptized June 4, 1732, in South Berwick, was married, 
first, May 30, 1758, in South Berwick to L^diaLord. He 
married, second, January 6, 1789, Mrs. Katherine Ab- 
bott. He resided in Berwick, removing to Moulton- 
borough, N. H., where he died. 

Children, by First Wife. 



I. 


Sarah, 


bapt. May 4, 1760, 


d. unmarried. 


II. 


Lydia, 


bapt. Oct. 4, 1761, 


m. Joseph Perkins. 


III. 


Keziah, 


bapt Jan. 22, 1764, 


m. Benjamin Hodgsdon. 


IV. 


MOLLIE, 


bapt. March 9, 1766, 


m. Henry Perkins. 


V. 


Benjamin, 


bapt. May 15, 1768, 


m. Olive Goodrich. 


VI. 


Elizabeth. 


bapt. Aug. 10, 1773, 


d. unmarried. 


VII. 


Olive, 


bapt. Aug. 10, 1773, 


untraced. 


VIII. 


James, 


bapt. Sept. 28, 1779, 


d. unmarried. 


IX. 


Ichabod, 


bapt. Sept. 28, 1779, 


went to sea and never heard 
from. 



No Child by Second Wife. 



'57 Jeremiah Goodwin ( William52, William, Ifi, Daniel i), 
baptized July 24, 1737 in South Berwick, was married 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



5B 



December 8, 1760 at Berwick to Lydia Thompson. Ber- 
wick records say " William Goodwin 3d., son of Jere- 
miah Goodwin of Berwick, was in 1780 bound toEbenezer 
Goodwin for two years from August 19th of that year.'" 







Children. 




I. 


William, 


b. Nov. 15, 1761, 


untraced. 


II. 
III. 


LYDIA, 

Jeremiah. 


lb. July 17, 1763, 


untraced. 


IV. 


John, 


b. Oct. 6, 1765, 


un traced. 



58 John Goodwin ( William Ifi, Daniel 1) was married 
June 12, 1715, at Berwick to Patience Willoughby. 



Children (perhaps others). 



59 I. 


John, 


b. 


60 II. 


Willoughby, 


b. 


61 III. 


Joseph, 


b. June 


62 IV. 


Henry, 


b. 


63 V. 


Nathan 


b. 


VI. 


Martha, 


b. 


64 VII. 


William, 


b. 


65 VIII. 


Noah, 


b. 



m. Martha 

m. Lydia Knox. 
1724, m. Elizabeth Warren. 

m. Margaret 



untraced. 



59 John Goodwin {John 58, William h8 y Daniel 1) marriedi 

Martha and resided in South Berwick, removing. 

to Hollis, Me. See Appendix B. 







Children. 




I. 


Edmund, # 


bapt. Oct. 26, 1741, 


untraced. 


II. 


Sarah, 


bapt. Oct 26, 1741,. 


untraced. 


III. 


Willoughby, 


bapt. April 16, 1746, 


untraced. 


*IV. 


Timothy, 


bapt. April 16, 1746,. 


m. Mehitable Goodwin. 



*I find in the June, 1898, Putnam's Hist. Mag., page 178, that aTimothy Good- 
win married Mehitable Goodwin April 25, 1760 in Portsmouth. I think this was 
the marriage of this Timothy and Mehitable 59. I cannot trace rhe ancestry of 
Mehitable. They had seven children, one of whom was Elder Humphrey Goodwin, 
born in Hollis January, 1774, married Hannah Long, and resided in Biddeford, 
Me., Milton, N. H., and Hollis, Me. They had nine children, of whom Timothy 
married, first, Polly Hodgdon; second Mrs. Asenath (Billings) Swett; third, 

Mrs. ( ) Gilman. The only surviving chiid of the second marriage is- 

George K. Goodwin of Pullman, Illinois, whose wife is Sarah Rand. 



:52 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

.60 Willoughby Goodwin {John 58, William 48, Daniel I) 
married Lydia Knox, born March 9, 1737. He was 
a mason. They resided in Somersworth, N. H. He died 
•joi smallpox at Lake Champlain, in Revolutionary Army. 







Children. 






I. 


Noah, 


t>. 






1754, 


m. Mrs. Salome Laverdy 


II. 


Elizabeth, 


t>. 








m. Cook. 


III. 


Huldah, 


b. 








m. Simon Roberts. 


IV. 


Dorcas, 


b. 








m. James Purrington. 


V. 


Judith. 


b. 








m. John Hamilton. 


VI. 


Martha, 


b. 


Feby. 


10, 


1761, 


m. James Roberts. 


VII. 


Amaziah, 


b. 


Feby. 


16, 


1763, 


m. Mary Bunker. 



61 Joseph Goodwin (John 58, William ^8, Daniel 1), 
born June, 1 724 in Berwick, married Elizabeth Warren, 
,born May 30, 1725, a daughter of James Warren. They 
- iresided in Berwick until after the children were born, 
then removed to Little Falls, N. H., and again to Bidde- 
ford, where he died. The children returned to Berwick, 
;and his widow married David Young, Jr., of Biddeford. 



■61a 



I. Nathan, 

II. Patience, 

III. Joseph, 

IV. Nehemiah, 



Children, 



b. May 3, 1746, 

b. Nov, 6, 1747, 
b. Dec. 17, 1749, 
bapt. Feb 16, 1752, d. unmarried 



m. 1 Sallie Warren. 

2 Mrs. Hulda (Frost) Estes. 
m. Alexander Cooper 
m. Mary Hasaltine. 



'61a Joseph Goodwin {Joseph 61, John 58, William 4$, 
Daniel 1), born December 19, 1749, in Berwick, was 
married December 8, 1779, at Buxton, to Mary Hasaltine, 
born August 11, 1758, in Buxton, a daughter of Timothy 
and Ann (Hancock) Hasaltine, son of Jonathan and Ruth 
{Dow) Hasaltine. They resided in Buxton. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 53 



Children. 

I. Joseph, b. June 1, 1780. drowned June 3, 1798, in Saco River. 

II. Anna, b. Oct. 11, 1782. m. Samuel Elliott. 

III. Timothy, b. Apl. 19, 1785. m. Sarah Davis. 

IV. Ruth, b. Apl. 1, 1788. m. 1 Dearborn F. Blake. 

2 Nicholas Davis. 

V. Samuel, b. Apl. 6, 1791. m. 1 Mary Emery. 

2 Lucy Alden. 
61b VI. Nathan, b. Feby. 19, 1794. m. Joanna Bradbury. 

VII. William, b. Feby. 19, 1797. m. Elizabeth Knight. 

VIII. ElizA, b. , 1799. m. Joseph Bradbury. 



*61b Nathan Goodwin (Joseph 61a, Joseph 61, John 58, 
William IfS, Daniel 1), born February 19, 1794-, in Bux- 
ton, was married at Buxton to Joanna Bradbury, born July 
16, 1795, in Buxton, a daughter of Moses and Mary 
{Garland) Bradbury. Except five years in Lhnington, they 
resided in Buxton. 

Children. 

61c 1. Moses Bradbury, ) b. April 6, 1819. m. Sarah Blanchard Peabody. 

II. Mary Anna, I m. Benjamin Jones Palmer. 

61d III. William Frederick, b. Sept. 27, 1823. m. Ellen Noyes Peabody. 

IV. Elizabeth Jane. b. July 20, 1828. m. Dr. John Webster Little. 

V. Martha Rosalia, b. Jany. 5, 1832; resides Concord, N. H. 

VI. Sarah Frances, b. Jany. 17, 1834. died Jany. 1851. 

-61c Moses Bradbury Goodwin (Nathan 61b, Joseph 61a, 
Joseph 61, John 58, William 1^8, Daniel 1), born April 
6, 1819, in Buxton, Maine, was married December 4, 
1849, at Franklin, N. H., by Rev. Win. T. Savage to 
Sarah Blanchard Peabody, born December 11, 1825, in 
Franklin, N. H. By occupation he was a lawyer and a 
journalist; in politics, Republican, and in religion, Con- 
gationalist. They [resided at Franklin, N. H. , and in 
Washington, D. C. Mr. M. B. Goodwin graduated at 
Bowdoin College, in -45. He studied law with Daniel T. 
Granger, of Eastport, Me., and practiced in Lubec, Me., 



54 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Meredith and Franklin. In '61 he was on the editorial 
staff of the Washington (D. C. ) "-Intelligencer," which posi- 
tion he resigned to accept a clerkship in the war depart- 
ment. Returning to Franklin he founded the Merrimack 
"Journal" in 1872. While in Washington he wrote a his- 
tory for schools of tbe colored population in the District of 
Columbia. He was a fine writer of biographical sketches 
as is shown in the Memorial to Dr. Timothy Kenrick r 
which he prepared in 1879. He also wrote for the 
"Statesman," published at Concord, N, H., and for the 
Granite State Monthly. He was always greatly interested 
in schools and gave all his daughters an excellent educa- 
tion at Academy or College. 

I am indebted primarily to Miss Alice Peabody Good- 
win for the books of record compiled by her uncle r 
Captain William Frederick Goodwin. 

Children. 

I. Alice Peabodt, b. Dec. 18, 1851. resides Franklin Falls, N. H- 

II. Ellen Frances, b. July 11, 1853. 

III. Sarah Blanchard, b. Aug. 12, 1854. m. Dr. L. J. Lestourneau. 

IV. Clara Kenrick, b. Dec. 10, 1860. A. B., Smith College '82, 

6 Id Captain William Frederick Goodwin [Nathan 61b r 
Joseph 61a, Joseph 61, John 58, William £8, Daniel 1) 
was born September 27, 1823, in Limington, Me., was 
graduated from Bowdoin College in 1848; entered the 
Harvard Law School; was admitted to the bar and settled 
in Concord, N. H., where he had previously spent several 
' years as Principal of the High School. He practised his 
profession until the War of 1861, when he en listed as Lieu- 
tenant, 16th U. S. Infantry. He was wounded in 1863 at 
Chickamauga;was made Captain for gallant and meritorious 
service May 14, 1864; retired February 11, 1865, on 
account of disability. He published the first volume of 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY. MAINE. 



55 



the Buxton Record, edited the October, 1868, number of 
Dawson's Historical Magazine, and intended publishing 
the Goodwin and Bradbury Family Histories. It is wholly 
to his untiring endeavors that the Goodwins of Maine 
owe the collection and preservation of their family record. 
He died March 12, 1872. His wife, Ellen Noyes Peabody, 
whom he married September 7, 18,54, died in January, 
1859. She was a daughter of Kendall Osgood and Allice 
(Blanchard) Peabody. 

Child. 



Susan Austin, 



b. July 29, 1855. died Aug., 1856. 



62 



Henry Goodwin (John 58, William 4$, Daniel T), 

married and settled in Argyle, N. S. Their son 

Jedediah had ten children by his first wife and ten by his 
second wife. 



I. Jedediah, 

II. Pelatiah. 

III. Nicholas, 



Children. 



b, 



m. 1 McKennan. 

2 Frost. 

m. Sallie Morton (?) 
m. Elsie Pierce. 



<63 Nathan Goodwin (John 58, William 48, Daniel 1) 

married Margaret probably in Berwick and, after 

birth of their children, removed to Argyle, N. S. 

Children. 

I. Margaret, bapt. Oct. 8, 1752. m. Aaron Nason. 

II. Charles, bapt. Oct. 27, 1754. last heard from in British Navy. 

III. Nathan, bapt. July 28, 1760. m. Nabby Morton. 

IV. Jacob, bapt. Apl. 4, 1762. m. Elizabeth Cooper. 

V. Esther, bapt. Oct. 9, 1763. d. in infancy. 

VI. Esther. bapt. Jany. 18, 1767. m. Daniel Kinney. 

VII. Robert, bapt. May 27, 1770. m. Elizabeth Knowles. 



tf>-± William Goodwin (John 58, William Jfi, Daniel 1) 
is wholly untraced. 



56 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

65 Noah Goodwin {John 58, William 48, Daniel 1) is- 
known to have married, but no record of his family has 
been obtained. 

66 James Goodwin (William, 48, Daniel T) is untraced, 
unless he be the James Goodwin who baptized in Ber- 
wick a son Nathan, September 21, 1746. Three sons 
of Daniel 1 each named a son " James." These were 
Daniel 2, Thomas 34 and William 48. The youngest grand- 
son of Daniel 2, was baptized in 1739,— seven years older 
than this Nathan, so apparently Nathan was not a son of 
James 21, and thus a grandson of Daniel 2. The children 
of James 43, son of Thomas 34, are known, and there is no 
Nathan among them. This leaves only James 64, son of 
William 4 8, and, as another son of William 48 had a son 
Nathan, it seems quite probable that James 66 is the James 
who baptized a son-in 1746. But see James 54. 

Child (supposed). 

I. Nathan, bapt. Sept. 21, 1746, untraced. 

67 Adam Goodwin ( William 4,8, Daniel 1), married first,. 

Sarah ; secondly, Mehitable Thompson, daughter 

of Miles Thompson. 

Children, by First Wife. 



I. 


Sarah, 


bapt 


. Men. 30. 1728-9. 




II. 


Sarah, 


" 


Dec. 29, 1734. 


m. Moses Butler.* 


III. 


Son, 


" 


Nov. 25, 1736. 




IV. 


Moses, 


" 


May 3, 1737. 


untraced. 


V. 


Adam, 


" 


June 21, 1739. 


untraced. 


VI. 


Child, 


" 


Oct 26, 1741. 




VII. 


Mehitable, 


" 


Jany. 12, 1743-4. 


m. Thomas Goodwin. 



* Perhaps not this Sarah. See note to Amaziah 20. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 57 



Children, by Second Wife. 

VIII. Daughter, born Aug. 26, 1746. 

IX. Ephraim, " Apl. 9, 1749. m. Meriam Libby. 

X. Amy, " Nov. 10. 1752. 



68 Ephraim Goodwin (Adam 67, William 4*8, Daniel t) y 
born April 9, 1749, in Berwick, I think is the Ephraim 
who was married in Berwick January 24, 1779, to Meriam 
Libby. The name, place and date, together with the fact 
that no other Ephraim is found of that generation, leads 
me to this conclusion. 







Children. 




I. 


Meriam, 


b. 


m. LukeGrover. 


II. 


Ephraim, 


b. 


m. Olive MeCausland. 



69 Taylor Goodwin (William #?, Daniel 1) married 
Elizabeth Nason, daughter of Benjamin Nason. Her sis- 
ter, Martha, was the wife of John Goodwin Jr., of Kenne- 
bunkport. Taylor was a farmer and resided in the "Old 
Fields," South Berwick. After his death his widow mar- 
ried Peter Grant, whose first wife was Alice Guptail. 



* The Berwick record contains this entry: "February 16, 1770, John Murray 
Jr., with Susannah Goodwin, both of Berwick." Captain Goodwin's record says, 
"Amy (Susannah), was Taylor Goodwin's daughter, W. F. G." Taylor Goodwin 
had no daughter Amy or Susannah, nor can I find any Susannah of this genera- 
tion, and if Amy and Susannah are the same person, she was doubtless this Amy,, 
daughter of Taylor's brother, Adam. 



58 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



i. 

ii. 

in. 

IV. 

v. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 



72 XI. 
XII. 



Children. 

.bapt. April 15, 1732.3. 

" Mch. 30, 1734-5. 

" Apl. 24, 1737. 

" May 14, 1738. 

" Feb. 22, 1740-1. 

" Mch. 27, 1742-3. 

'• May 19, 1745. 

" Mch. 27, 1747-8. 

" Mch. 8, 1742. 

" Nov. 3, 1754. 



Benjamin, 

Martha, 

Benjamin, 

Elisha, 

Moses, 

Mollie, 

William, 

Hannah, 

Martha, 

Benjamin, ] 

Joseph, J 

Elizabeth, born Jany. 1755. 



d. 

d. 

d. 

untraced. 

untraced. 

m. John Abbott, Jr. 

m. Rachel Abbot. 

m. Richard Whitehouse. 



m. 1 Mary Shackley. 

2 Elizabeth Linscott. 

3 Mrs. Sallie (Newell) Be- 

del, 
m. Sarah Pritchard. 

m. Nathaniel Grant. 



,70 William Goodwin ( Taylor 69, William 48, Daniel 1), 
baptized May 19, 1745, in South Berwick, was married 
October 9, 1765, in South Berwick to llachel Abbot. 



* 


1. 


Moses, 




II. 


James, 


t 


III. 


William, 


t-t 


IV. 


Elisha, 




V. 


Hannah, 




VI. 


Lydia, 




VII. 


Elizabeth, 




VIII. 


Polly, 




IX. 


John, 



Children. 




b. 1768. 


m. Eunice Warren. 


b. 


m. Sarah Grant. 


b. 


d. at sea, unm. 


b. 


d. at sea, unm. 


b. 


d. unm. 


b. 


m. Thomas Hubbard. 


b. 


m. John Warren. 


b. 


d. unm. 


b. 


m. Elizabeth Hubbard. 



71 Benjamin Goodwin (Taylor 69, William 48, Daniel T), 
baptized November 3, 1751, in South Berwick, was 
married there, first, May 8, 1777, to Mary Shackley, sister 
to Deacon Thomas Shackley; secondly, Novembers, 1787, 
to Elizabeth Linscott, who died August 16, 1819, and 
thirdly, to Mrs. Sallie (Newell) Bedel, born in 1771, 
widow of John Bedel of Sanford. She died April 1, 1841. 
'Benjamin died May IS, 1842. 

* His eighth child. Captain Moses, was father of Joseph Morrison Goodwin whose 
son Clarence W. (Springvale, Me.) has so greatly assisted in this work. 
t Died through fatigue pumping ship. 
1t Sailed from Portsmouth; ship never heard from again. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



59 



Children, by First Wife. 



I. 


Hannah, 


b. 


m. 1 William Emery. 
2 John Goodridge. 


II. 


Mary, 


b. 


m. Elias Littletield. 


III. 


Martha, 


b. 


in. Joshua Goodridge. 


IV. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


m. Solomon Morrison. 


V. 


Lois, 


b. 


m. Nathan Goodridge. 



Children, by Second Wife. 



VI. 


Benjamin, 


b. 


d. in New Orleans, unm. 


w 


VII. 


Eunice, 


b. Dec, 1790. 


d. unm. 




VIII. 
IX. 


Elisha, I 
Moses, f 


b. April 1, 179:.'. 


m. 1 Hepzibah Hooper. 

■2 Nancy Roberts, 
m. Mary Hooper. 




X. 


Olive, 


b. 


m. John Patch. 




XI. 


Sarah, 


b. 


m. Otis Pugsley. 





No Children by Third Wife. 

72 Joseph Goodwin {Taylor 69, WiUiam J$\ Daniel l) r 
baptized November 3, 175-1 (Berwick Records) in South 
Berwick, was married there July 29, 1773, to Sarah 
Pritchard of Berwick, and settled on "Hubbard's Ridge" 
in Shapleigh as early as 1778. The family afterwards 
moved into the "Eastern Country," and Captain Good- 
win could not trace them. He knew of only two children, 
Betsy and Ichabod. Late records trace Ichabod's children* 
and say Joseph married the Widow Tupper, nee Little- 
field. Perhaps this was a second wife. He died in Har- 
mony, Me., in July, 1838. 







Children. 




I. 


Sarah, 


b. 




II. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


m. Samuel Long or Locli 


III. 


Olive, 


b. 




72a IV. 


Ichabod, 


b. 1782. 


m. Mercy Willey, 



72a Ichabod Goodwin (Joseph 72, Taylor 69, WiUiam £8, 
Daniel 1), born in Shapleigh in 1782, married January 1, 



•60 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



1801, Mercy, daughter of Deacon Willey of Shapleigh. 
They removed to Harmony, Me., in 1805, but their first 
child is said to have been born in Harmony in 1801. 
Ichabod died in Stetson, Me., January 19, 1864. 



72b 









Children. 






I. 


Rebecca, 


b, 


Nov. 13, 1801. 


m. 


Josephus Welch. 


II. 


Sarah. 


b. 


Sept. 8, 1803. 


m. 


John Moses. 


III. 


Dollie, 


b. 


Sept. 29, 1805. 


m. 


William Furbush. 


IV. 


Joseph. 


b. 


Aug. 11, 1807. 


m. 


Eliza Weeks. 


*v. 


Benjamin. 


b. 


Oct. 17, 1809. 


d. 


in Stetson, 1846. 


tvi. 


John L, 


b. 


June 10, 1811. 


d. 


in Garland, 1872. 


VII. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


May 7, 1813. 


in. 


John Knowles. 


VIII. 


Calvin, 


b. 


Apl. 1, 1815. 


d. 


April 10, 1876, unm? 


IX. 


Darius, 


b. 


May 15, 1817. 


m. 


and d. s. p. in 1880. 


X. 


Mary J. 


b. 


Oct. 16, 1819. 


m. 


Isaac Witham. 



'72b Joseph Goodwin, [Ichabod 72a, Joseph 72, Taylor 69, 
William 4-S, Daniel 1) born August 11, 1807, in Har- 
mony, Me., was married November 20, 1830, to Eliza, 
daughter of Phineas and Lydia ( 
in Stetson, February 17, 1881. 
January 5, 1890. 

Children. 



) Weeks. She died 
He died in Stetson, 



I. 


William R. 


b. 


Aug. 18, 1832. 


II, 


Sarah J. 


b. 


May 14, 1834. 


III. 


Joseph S. 


b. 


May 7, 1836. 


IV. 


Charles H. 


b. 


June 10, 1838. 


V. 


Phineas W. 


b. 


Feb. 12, 1840. 


VI. 


Maria M. 


b. 


May 18, 1842. 


72c VII 


Benjamin F. 


b. 


Sept. 26, 1844. 


VIII 


Helen Lydia, 


b. 


Oct. 10, 1846. 


IX. 


Iola Z. 


b. 


Jan. 5, 1849. 



m. William W. Curtis. 

m. (no children.) 

m. (no children.) 

d. June 30, 1864. 
m. Andrew W. Gould, 
m. Louise J. Walker, 
m. Andrew W. Gould, 
m. Wallace W. Gray. 



* Benjamin's children were George, born 1832, died 1866; Albert, born in 
1835, residence unknown. 

t John L.'s children were Samuel, born April, 1860; Delia, born July, 1838. 

X William R. Goodwin has the same name, was born the same year as my 
father and his first child was born the same year (1858) with myself (J. S. G.) 
Children:— Zenette M., Grace, Winnifred and Wilma. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



61 



72c Benjamin F. Goodwin (Joseph 72b, Ichabod 72a, 
Joseph 72, Taylor 69, William J+8, Daniel 1), born Sep- 
tember 26, 1844, was married in Augusta, Me., April 22, 
1879 to Louise J. daughter of Asa and Ruth J. ( ) 

Walker. He resides at 100 Silver street, Waterville, 
Me. , and has furnished all the data of the decendants of 
Joseph 72. 

Children. 



I Joseph Russell, 

II Ruth Walker, 



b. July 16, 1886, in Waldo. 

b. June 21, 1892, in Waterville. 



DESCENDANTS OF THE FIFTH SON OF DANIEL, 
THE IMMIGRANT. 



73 Moses Goodwin (Daniel 1) was married September 7, 
1694, in South Berwick to Abigail Taylor, daughter of 
John and Martha ( ) Taylor. Moses died in 1726. 



ii. 
in. 

IV. 

v. 

VI. 
VII. 
VIII. 
IX 



Children (not in order of birth.) 



Martha, 

Patience, 

Mary, 

Abigail, 

Phoebe, 

Elizabeth, 

Margaret, 

Moses, 

Aaron, 



b. 
b. 
b. 
b. 
b. 
bapt. Feb. 28, 1724-5. 



I born, 



1702. 



m. 1 Mathew Gray. 

2 Uriah Page. 

m. Thomas Bond. 

m. Warren. 

m. William Bennett. 

m. Job Emery. 

m. Gray. 

m. Elias Grant. 

d. 1756. unm. 

m. 1 Sarah . 

2 Ruth . 



74 Aaron Goodwin (Moses 73, Daniel 1), born 1702, 
(aged 51^ in 1756, page 379, Massachusetts Eecords) 



62 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

baptized February 28, 1724-5, -was married, first, to 

Sarah ; second, to Rath — — . Ruth died November 

19, 1769. Aaron died May 6, 1771. They resided in 
South Berwick. Child Moses probably died young as he- 
is not mentioned in his father's will. 

Children, (not known by which wife.) 

I. Mary, b. Apl. 6, 1735. died in infancy. 

II. Moses, b. May 8, 1737. probably died young. 

III. MARY, b. May 25, 1740. m. Peltiah March. 

IV. Abigail, b. June 2, 1745. m. Zaehariah Beal. 
75 V. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 9, 1747. m. Abigail Hubbard. 

VI. Aaron, b. Aug. 18, 1754. untraced. 

75 Ebenezer Goodwin (Aaron 74-, Moses 73, Daniel 1), 
baptized August 9, 1747, in South Berwick, was married 
there December 12, 1771 to Abigail Hubbard, born I741 r 
a daughter of Capt. Philip Hubbard. They resided in 
South Berwick where Ebenezer died October 20, 1802. 
Abigail died October 25, 1828. 









Children. 


I. 


Moses, 


b. 


Nov. 6. 1772. 


m. Sarah Lord 


II. 


Sarah, 


b. 


Nov. 20, 1774. 


m. Ephraim Lord. 


III. 


Aaron, 


b. 


Jan. 10. 1777. 


m. Sarah Hurd, 


IV. 


Edmund, 


b, 


Aug. 27, 1779. 


of Kennebunkport, untraced. * 


V. 


Ebenezer, 


b. 


Dec, 30, 1781. 


m. Mary Fernald. 


'5a VI. 


Ivory, 


b. 


July 1, 1784. 


m. Mary Murphy 



75a Ivory Goodwin {Ebenezer 75, Aaron, 7fi Hoses 73, 
Daniel 1), born July 1, 1783, in South Berwick, was mar- 
ried January 21, 1808, to Mary Murphy, born May 4, 
1784. He Avas a house carpenter and resided in Berwick, 
removing in 1799 to Kennebunkport. 



* I And a record of Edmund Goodwin " of Wells " wh3 married Apl. 29, 1804. 
in Kennebunkport and had Charles, Abigail H. and Eliza Ann. Perhaps this- 
Edmund. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



63 







c 


HILDREN. 






1. 


Hepzibah B., 




b. Sept. 6, 1808. 


m. 


Capt. John Murphy. 


II. 


Sarah T., 




b. Aug, 25, IH10. 


m. 


Myrus New. 


III. 


.Henry C, 




b. July 29, 1812. 


m. 


Mrs. Anna (Rush ton) 
Bragdon. 


V. 


Ivory, 




b. Aug. 1, 1814. 


m. 


1 Elizabeth Roberts. 
2 Clara Helen Dudley, 


•5b V. 


Woodbury, 




b. Nov. 7, 1816. 


m. 


1 Mary W. Hinkiey. 

2 Caroline Whitten. 


VI. 


Susan G., 




b. Mch. 18, 1818. 


m. 


George Gale. 


VII. 


Francis W., 




b. Apl. 23, 1820. 


m 


. Lucy Bickford. 


VIII. 


Phoebe L., 




b. Dec. 14, 1823. 


m 


, 1 John Curtis. 
2 Feeley. 



17 5b Woodbury Goodwin {Ivory 75a, Lbenezer 75, Aaron 
74, Moses 73, Daniel 1), born November 7, 1816, in Keu- 
nebunkport, was married, first, January27, 1841, in Ken- 
nebunkport to Mary W. Hinkiey, born September 19, 
1816. She died December 16, 1861, and on June 1, 
1862, Woodbury Goodwin was married secondly to Caro- 
line Whitten, born July 10, 1831. He resides in Kenne- 
ibunkport. 

Children, All by First Wife. 



75c I. Eliphalet Perkins, b. Dec. 23, 1842. 

75d II. William Woodbury, b. Oct 9, 1844. 

III. George M., b. May 10, 1848. 

IV. Julia A., b. Sept. 17, 1849. 

V. MARY H., b. Aug. 29, 1852. 



m. Nancy W. Wyman. 
m. Ella A. Berry. 
d. July 10. 1848. 
m. George P. Law. 
m. George N. Cole. 



75c Eliphalet Perkins Goodwin [Woodbury 75b, Ivory 
75a, Ebenezer 75, Aaron 7!>, Moses 73, Daniel 1), born 
December 23, 1813, in Kennebunkport, was married May 
1, 1869, in Lynn, Massachusetts, to Nancy W. Wyman, 
bora October 22, 1845, in Rumford, Me., a daughter of 
Henry Harrison and Mary {White) Wyman. .Mr. Good- 
win is eno-ao-ed in the manufacture of lumber with his 



64 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

brother, William W.j at Carthage {Berry's Mills P. 0.), 
Maine. 

No Children. 



75d William Woodbury Goodwin ( Woodbury 75b, Ivory 
75a, Ebenezer 75, Aaron 74-, Moses 73, Daniel 1), born 
October 9, 1844, in Kennebunkport, was married in 
1873 at Carthage, Maine, to Ella A. Berry, born Octo- 
ber 9, 1853, a daughter of Elbridge and Diana {Bunker) 
Berry. They reside in Carthage (Berry's Mills P. O.), 
where Mr. Goodwin is eno-aged in the manufacture of 
lumber with his brother, E. P. Goodwin, under the firm 
name of Goodwin Brothers. 







Children. 




I. 


Mary D., 


b. 


1873. 


II. 


Burton W., 


b. 


1879. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



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APPENDIX 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 69 

Appendix A. 

THE GOODWINS OF WELLS, MAINE. 



In approaching this branch it may be well to say that 
-every guess or hypothesis I have made concerning its 
origin has been upset by later data. One family has the 
tradition that it comes from the eldest son of Daniel of 
Kittery, but has no records. I think this tradition is cor- 
rect but simply give what 1 have collected and trust to 
the future for " more light. " 



I. 

H6 Thomas Goodwin ( , Daniel 1) was residing in 

Wells probably by 1730. He married Hannah Wells, 
daughter of John and Mary {Peck ?) Wells. The will of 
John Wells, dated May 10, 1718, mentions his daughter's 
"heirs" and makes a special bequest to "grandson 
Thomas Goodwin," mentioning deed to this Thomas dated 
January 27, 1713-1. This will, of course, shows that 
Hannah ( Wells) Goodwin had more heirs than Thomas, 
Jr., and indicates that Thomas, Jr., was the eldest. He, 
Thomas, Jr., married in 1753 and one of his descendants 
says he was twenty years of age when married. I am not 
sure that this statement was tradition or a 'result ;• of j con- 
fusing him with Thomas 28, baptized [1732. In either 
event it would fix the date of the Hannah Wells marriage 
;as early if not earlier than 1732, and prove that her hus- 
band, Thomas Goodwin, was not later than the third gen- 
eration. I know of only three'Thomases of'. that r gener- 
ation. One is Thomas 28, called " Junior," who married 



70 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Elizabeth Abbott in 1722, and "Thomas, Jr., and Eliz- 
abeth" were baptizing children in Berwick up to October 
5, 1732. The fact that Elizabeth's name is mentioned 
indicates that she was then alive, and it is very improbable 
that, even if she died immediately thereafter, her husband 
could be the father of Thomas, of Wells, who married in 
1753, then twenty years old or over. Another Thomas 
is Thomas 35 who married Elizabeth Butler and his 
family is traced. That leaves us only Thomas 22, son of 
Daniel 3, the eldest son of Daniel, of Ivittery, who married 
Abigail Seward in 1722 and whose descendants are un- 
traced. It is perhaps reasonable to suggest that this 
Thomas and Abigail had children, and that after her death 
he contracted a marriage with Hannah Wells before or 
around 1730. Granting this, he could not have been the 
father of Paul and Joshua, of -Wells, for they were even 
older than the date of the marriage to Abigail Seward, 
and this would indicate an older son of Daniel 2 as their 
father. The data leading to settlement of these matters 
will probably include John Goodwin, Jr., Appendix B, 
as a relative. 

The history of Saco Valley says that Mary Goodwin of 
Wells was a sister of Samuel Goodwin of Wells and 
married Joseph Haley, their daughter Mary marrying 
(Downing) Goodwin, grandson of Thomas and Hannah 
( Wells). It also appears that Downing's sister married a 
John Goodwin of Wells. I suggest that Hannah ( Wells) 
Goodwin's "heirs" may have included Thomas, Samuel 
and Mary, and that Thomas, son of Downing, married 
Mary's daughter, Mary Haley, (which fact is beyond dis- 
pute) and that Thomas' daughter, Sarah, married Sam- 
uel's son, John. I do not offer this with any weight, for 
I do not know that Samuel ever married or had a son 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 71 



John, but I cannot yet "place " Samuel and Mary with 
any other family. 

Children (perhaps others.) 

1733? m. Susannah Downing, 
m. Joseph Haley. 



77 I. 


Thomas, 


b. 


? II. 


Samuel, 


b. 


? III. 


Mary. 


b. 



77 Thomas Goodwin (Thomas 76, , Daniel 1), 

born 1733 or earlier, was married October 25, 1753, in 
Wells to Susannah Downing, born in 1732 inlvennebunk- 
port, a daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Fabians) 
Downing 4 , Captain John 3 , John 2 , Dennis Downing 1 of 
Kittery. They resided in Wells, where Susannah died 
December 26, 1791. Thomas died in May, 1799, aged 
66(1) 

Children. 



i. 

ii. 

in. 

IV. 

v. 

VI. 
VII. 



Hannah, 
Elizabeth. 
Thomas Wells, 
Alice, 

John Fabians, 
William, 
Richard, 



VIII. Susannah, 

IX. Downing, 

X. Sarah, 

XI. Lydia, 

78 XII. DOWNING, 

XIII. Thomas Wells, 

*XIV. BENJAMIN, 

XV. Mehitable, 



b. Oct. 18' 1754, 
b. Jan. 2, 1756, 
b. March 16, 1757, 
b. May 14, 1759, 
b. Sept. 10, 1760, 
b. June 28, 1762, 
b. July 20, 1763, 

b. March 5. 1765. 
b. Aug. 15, 1766, 
b. Dec. 3, 1767, 
b. March 3, 1769, 
b. Nov. 18, 1770. 
b. Sept. 28, 1771, 
b. Sept. 10, 1773, 
b. March 10, 1777 



m. Theophilus Waterhouse. 

m. Thomas Clark. 

d. young. 

m. Stephen Ricker. 

m. Lucy Storner & d. s. p. 

d. in infancy. 

m. 1 Clark ( ?) 

2 Mrs. Salome ( ) Cousins, 
m. Zebulon Larabee. 
d. in infancy, 
m. John Goodwin, 
m. Thomas Clark, 
m. Mary (Polly) Haley. 
d. in Wells, 
m. Susan Day. 
i m. 1 Pike Gorden. 
2 Dr. Marshall. 



78 Downing Goodwin (Thomas 77, Thomas 76, , 

Daniel i), born March 3, 1770, in Wells, was married in 
Topsham to Mary (Polly) Haley, born in 1772, a daughter 
Joseph Haley, who was born in Kittery in 1738, and Mary 



*His third child was Lucy S. who married Calvin Dunton. Third daughter, 
Nellie F. Dunton, E. Charleston, Vt., has supplied the family history. 



72 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Goodwin, his wife, who was a sister to Samuel Goodwin of 
Wells, and perhaps a daughter of Thomas and Hannah 
( Wells) Goodwin. Downing resided in Freeport, Me. , re- 
moving to Brunswick, and then to Topsham. In February, 
1807, they settled in Burton (Albany), N. H., where 
Mary died March 21, 1836, aged 64 years and 3 months. 
Downing died March 1, 1841, in Baldwin. 







Children. 




I. 


Susan, 


b. 


d. young. 


79 II. 


John, 


b. Aug. 31. 1794, 


m. 1 Abigail Brown. 

2 Sarah Cole Chace 

3 Eliza Richardson. 

4 Clarinda Buzzell. 


III. 


Downing, 


b. 


m. Hannah Yeaton. 


IV 


Sarah, 


b. 


m. 1 Stevens. 

2 Hamblin. 


V. 


Mary, 


b. 


m. Levi Whitten. 


VI. 


Susan Downing, 


b. 


m. John Clark. 


VII. 


Hannah, 


b. 


m. David Harriman. 


VIII. 


Lydia, 


b. 


d, in infancy. 


IX. 


Aaron, 


b. 


m. Martha Hamblin, 


81 X. 


Moses, 


b. Jany. 2, 1808, 


m. Jane Rounds. 


XI. 


Joseph Haley, 


b. 


m. 1 Sarah Atkinson. 
2 Lydia Pratt. 


XII. 


Joshua, 


b. Sept. 1, 1812. 


m. Sophia B. Marden. 



79 John Goodwin (Downing 78, Thomas 77, Thomas 76 \ 

-, Daniel 1), born August 31, 1794, in Topsham, Me., was 

married, first, to Abigail Brown, born November 21, 1792 r 
a daughter of Ephraim and Huldah (Richardson) Brown. 
She died December 14, 1833, and Mr. Goodwin married, 
second, Sarah Cole Chace, born August 25, 1798, who 
died July 11, 1840. Mr. Goodwin married, third, Eliza 
Richardson, born August 11, 1S08, a daughter of Elisha 
Richardson. She died April 6, 1867. Her youngest 
son, Newton, had an office in the Rookery Building, Chi- 
cago, as had also Horace B. Goodwin of the Hartford 
Goodwins, and the writer. It was the "chaffing" of New- 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY,. MAINE. 73 

ton and Horace which first really determined the writer 
to discover his own ancestry, it possible. Newton was 
one of the finest specimens of physical manhood it was 
ever my fortune to see, but, poor fellow, the current of 
events seemed to run against him in tlmse days of misfor- 
tunes, and on a beautiful summer day he voluntarily laid 
down the burdens of life. Horace was -perhaps the last 
person he spoke to as he left our building; but he gave no- 
evidence then of his intention. He was worthy of a better 
fate, and to the memory of him, the first of the three to 
to go, I lay this branch of laurel with the eypress. Mr. 
John Goodwin married for his fourth wife Clarinda Buz- 
zell, who survives him, but by which marriage there were 
no children. He resided in Baldwin from 1817 for over 
forty years, being in trade with Lot Davis at the " Cor- 
ner." He kept a tavern* from 1830 to 1853, removing 
thereafter to Limington. 

Children, by First Wife. 

b. April 30. 1820, d. September 19. 18J2. unm. 
b. Sept. 3, 1822, m. Harriet Proctor Herrick. 
b. April. 21, 1835, m. Lucia (Williams) Ather- 

ton. 
b. March 15. 1827, d. June 2(5. 1829. 

b. March . 1829. m. Matilda Ashton. 
b. July 25. 1831. m. L. W. Small. 

Child, by Second Wife. 

VII. Olive Maria. b. Aug. 1*5, 183(5, m. James K. Emery. 

Children, by Third Wife. 

VIII. Eugene, b. Aug. 21. 1848, m. Clara Eastman. 

IX. Mary Eliza. b. Sept. 30, 1849, m. George B. Shermerhorn. 

X. Newton. b. Sept. 30. 1852, m. Nellie Burling. 



I. 


Emeline, 


80 II. 


John Munroe, 


III. 


George Peabody, 


IV. 


Hannah Brown. 


V. 


Ephraim Henry. 


VI. 


Abigail Brown. 



74 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



80 Hon. John Munroe Goodwin (John 79, Downing 78, 

Thomas 77, Thomas 76, , Daniel 1), born September 

3, 1822, in Baldwin, Me., was married July 16, 1850, at 
Alfred, to Harriet Proctor Herrick. born January IT, 
1829 in Alfred, a daughter of Benjamin Jones and Mary 
>( Conant) Herrick. 

Mr. Goodwin is a democrat in politics, a lawyer by pro- 
fession and resides in Biddeford, Me. He has represented 
his district in Congress. 



Children. 

I. Francis Jones, b. Jany. 12. 1852, m. Emily R. Milliken. 

II. George Brown, b. March 4, 1855, m. Grace L. Webster. 

III. Mary Isabel, b. Feb. 22. 1857, m. Fred Gold Lyman. 

IV. Henry Herrick, b. Nov. 29, 1859, m. Jennie Murray. 

V. William Burton. b. Jany. 4, 1864, m. Mary Hills. 



■ SI Moses Goodwin (Downing 78, Thomas 77, Thomas 76, 

, Daniel 1), born January 2, 1808, in Baldwin, Me., was 

married May 5, 1839, at Limington, Me., by Rev. John 
Seavey to Jane Rounds, born May 27, 1818, in Liming- 
ton, a daughter of Daniel and Charlotte (Douglass) 
Rounds. By occupation he was a farmer, in politics a 
republican, and in religion Evangelical. They resided in 
Baldwin, removing - to Liming-ton before 1844, and re- 
turning to Baldwin in 1846, where they lived until 1870 
when they removed to Gorham, Maine, where he died 



Augu 


st 31, 1S72. 


Children. 




.82 I 


Almon, 


b. March 18, 1840, 


m. 1 Mary Marvin W 
2 Maud Wilder 


II. 


Philena, 


b. July 27, 1841, 


d. Nov. 28, 1863. 


III. 


Charlotte R., 


b. June 18, 1844, 


ummarried. 


IV. 


Mary Abby,, 


b. Oct. 15, 1846, 


d. Nov. 1. 1851. 


V. 


Alice Louisa, 


b. Oct. 30, 1848, 


unmarried. 


VI. 


Millard F., 


b. April 17, 1851, 


m. Carrie F. Patten. 


VII. 


Myron Henry, 


b. Oct. 23, 1860, 


m. Sarah P. George. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 75 

82 Almon Goodwin [Moses $1, Downing 78, Thomas 77, 

Thomas 76, , Daniel 1), born March 18, 1840, in Bald- 
win, Me. , was married, first, August 20, 1872, at Brooklyn, 
• N. Y., by Rev. Thomas J. Conant to Mary Marvin Wild- 
er, born January 30, 1844 in Albany, N. Y., a daughter 
of John N. and Delia A. {Farley) Wilder. They resided 
at Brooklyn, N. Y., where his wife died October 21, 
1874. There w r ere no children born of the first marriage- 
Mr. Goodwan was married second, September 18, 1879, 
at Brooklyn, by Rev. Henry B. Wolbridge to Maud 
Wilder, born June 5, 1856, in Ballston Spa, N. Y., a 
sister of his .first wife and who is the author of several- 
historical novels. By occupation he is a lawyer. They 
have resided in New York since 1882. 

Childeen, by Second Wife. 

I. MiRiAM Wilder. br June 13, 1880, 

II. Hilda Hawthorn, b, Nov, 15, 1883< 

III. Wilder, b. Jany. II, 1887. 



II. 

83 Paul Goodwin ( , - — , Daniel 1) was born- 

about 1715, and on December 16, 1738, in Wells, de- 
clared his intention to marry Mary Rich, a daughter of 
Peter and Elizabeth ( ) Rich. The will of Peter 

Rich mentioned "daughter Mary Goodwin with her hus- 
band and family now dwelling on fifty acres granted me 
by the town of Wells, July 12, 1720;'' also "grandson 
Peter Rich Goodwin, eldest son of only daughter Mary:'* 
makes Son-in law James Burnam executor {Query, did 
Peter mean that Mary Goodwin was his only liming 
daughter? How otherwise was Burnam a son-in-law.) 
No descendants known to me except from son Paul, 



76 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



.84 



85 



whose youngest daughters Hannah and Olive, were wives 
■of Elisha Butland. Olive was the mother of Ivory But- 
land, whose name was changed by Act of Legislature to 
Ivory Butland Goodwin. His son, Sewall L. Goodwin, 
ihas contributed much of the data of the Wells Goodwin 
families. 

Children. 



m. Lydia Dunham, Dee. 9, 1762. 
untraced. 
untraced. 
untraced 
m. Susannah Jacobs. 



I. 


Peter Rich. 


b. 


II. 


William. 


b. 


Ill, 


Bartholomew. 


b. 


IV. 


Thomas, 


b. 


V. 


Paul, 


b. 



III. 



Joshua Goodwin 



, Dan led ' 1), born 



about 1718, married a Miss Taylor, sister to Col. Taylor 
of Kennebunkport. They resided in Wells. Their son 
Joseph had twelve children, the eldest being named Daniel. 
The second son was Jeremiah, whose son Clement was 
father of Mrs. Fanny E. Nichols, Derry, N. H. I 
think John, family IV., was another son of Joshua. 

Child (perhaps others.) 

I- Joseph, b. about 1740; m. Elizabeth Hobbs. 



IV. 

John Goodwin ( , — 

about 1714, married Lydia 



, Daniel 1), born 

, and resided in 

Wells, where he died, and his widow married, second, 

Witham. John's only child, Daniel, had seven 

children, the sixth born in 1S04. I am of the opinion 
that John was a son of Joshua and brother to Joseph, as 
John's descendants claim relationship to those of Joseph, 
and the descendants of Paul, family II, claim relationship 
with John's descendants. I think Paul and Joshua were 
brothers, 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 77 

Child. 

1. Daniel, b. about 1769. m. Eleanor Littletteld. 

Notes. 

It appears that the Wells families were founded by 
Goodwins born between 1700 and 1720, and it is claimed 
that they were descendants of Daniel 2. This is not only 
probable but almost a necessity, as James 23 died in 1697, 
and the children of Thomas 31, William 48 and Moses 73 
seem to be traced safely beyond 1720. Turning to Daniel 
2, we find Thomas, untraced beyond 1722, who could 
have been the founder of the Wells family I. The other 
Wells families were apparently those of grandsons of 
Daniel second, and we have no complete record of Miles 
6, born 1687, and Nathaniel 11, born 1689. This last 
man baptized four children in 1721, but one of them 
married in 1731, so that he must have been fully twelve 
years old at baptism. We find one more child not bap- 
tized, and, as all of these children went to Kennebunkport 
and as the Wells Goodwins made several marriages in 
Kennebunkport, it seems a plausible theory that Nathaniel 
11 hid more than the four children baptized and the one 
not baptized, and that among those other children were 
Paul, family II, and Joshua, family III, and perhaps 
John, Jr., Appendix B. I append a diagram showing 
the suggested relationship and ask for further data. The 
descendants of Paul and Joshua claim relationship, as do 
the descendants of Joshua and John. 



78 



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Appendix B. 

THE GOODWINS OF KENNEBUNKPOiiT, MAINE. 



John Goodwin (- 



-, Daniel 1) was born in 



South Berwick about 1719, but 1 can get absolutely no 
trace of his parentage. He married Martha Nason, 
daughter of Benjamin Nason, and they resided in South 
Berwick until about 1754 when " Martha Goodwin, wife of 
John Goodwin, Jr., was dismisst and recommended to ye 
second Church in Wells, November 24, 1754," but they 
settled in Kennebunkport and not Wells. He was called 
John, "Jr.", to distinguish him from John 59, who also 
married a Martha. I find a Simeon of 1743, baptized by 
John, Jr., and Martha, but no record of the Simeon born 
in 1746. That date is given by Simeon's descendants. 
It may be the same child or the first Simeon may have 
died young. I am not able to trace the ancestry of Sarah 
or Deborah Goodwin who married sons of John, Jr. 
Mark is given in t^e Berwick Records as baptized by 
il John and Martha," but he is otherwise identified as a 
son of John, Jr. Undoubtedly John, Jr., was a son of 
one of the grandchildren of Daniel 1, but of which 
one ? See diagram in Goodwins of Wells. 



I. Simeon, 

II. Simeon. 

III. Andrew, 

IV. John, 

V. Benjamin. 
Mark, 



VI. 



Children. 

bapt. Sept. 11, 17-13. 
" May 2-1, 17-1(3. 
" Dec. 31, 1749. 

" Nov. 7, 1850. 
" Feby. 2, 1752. 



VII. Martha, 

VIII. Patience, 

IX. Mary, 

X. Elizabeth. 



m. Dorcas Evans. 

m. 1 Hannah Stackpole. 

2 Martha Estey. 
m. Sarah Hodgsdon. 

m. Deborah Goodwin, 
m. 1 Sarah Goodwin. 

2 Elizabeth Hutchins. 
m. William Andrews. 
m. Joseph Bradbury. 
m. Jacob Bradbury. 
m. Robert Patterson. 



80 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



Appendix C. 

87 Goodwin ( , , Daniel 1) apparently re- 
sided in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. I can get no trace 
of his name or family except these 



Children. 



I. Deborah, 

II. Sarah, 
[II. Nancy, 
IV. Mary, 



m. Benjamin Goodwin, 
m. Mark Goodwin. 

m. Townsend. 

m. Jacob Burnham. 



Appendix D. 

THE GOODWINS OF NEWBURY, VT., AND HAV- 
ERHILL, N. H. 

It has so far been impossible for .me to identify this 
family with that of Daniel of Kittery. No sooner have I 
thought its place absolutely fixed than some new data 
came to hand upsetting the arrangement. Were it not 
for the name Willoughby, which only appears, so far as I 
have found, in the Maine family, I would be tempted to 
say that this branch was from Essex County, Massachu- 
setts, and did not belong to the Maine family.* I am 
not positive that Samuel Goodwin was a brother of Cap- 
tain Simeon and John, who were brothers. These latter 
ones were soldiers in New Hampshire as early as 1755, 
indicating their birth around 1720, — perhaps grandsons 
of one of the sons of Daniel 1. Captain Simeon's son Asa 



* I find on the inside cover of one of Captain Goodwin's books this entry : 
"Baily Ciar-Willouphby Goodwin, Amesbury." This looks like the name W T il- 
louKhby is found in the Essex branch. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 81 

resided for many years in Canaan, Maine. Information 
concerning this branch is desired. 

88 Goodwin (- -— — , Daniel I?) appeal's to 

have had 

Children. 

89 I. Simeon, b. m. . 

90 II. John, b. m. . 

91 III. Samuel, b. m. . 



89 Captain Simeon Goodwin ( 88, , Dan- 
iel 1?) was a soldier as early -as 1755; was in Newbury, 
Vermont and Haverhill, New Hampshire, in 1763. He 
was a very prominent man in his locality. He removed 
in 1802 to Marietta, Ohio, where he died. Much of my 
information concerning this branch has come from Mr. 
John M. Goodwin of Newbury, who wrote that Captain 
. Simeon's daughter Mary married her cousin Willoughby, 
Goodwin. Captain Goodwin's MS. contains a statement 
of Samuel Goodwin, showing that his grandfather, Deacon 
Willoughby Goodwin, married twice and neither wife was 
Mary Goodwin. Upon submitting this to Mr. John M. 
Goodwin, he saw Mr. Miller of Ryegate, who insisted 
that Mary married Willoughby, and that Deacon Wil- 
loughby was of another branch. The name Samuel would 
indicate that Deacon Willoughby was a son of Simeon's- 
brother (?) Samuel. 







c 


SILDREN 


1. 


Jonathan. 




b. 


11. 


Nathaniel, 




b. 


III. 


Simeon, 




b. 


IV. 


Asa, 




b. 


V. 


Mary. 




b. 


VI. 


Harriet, 




b. 



m. Willoughby Goodwin i 

m .John Merrill. 



82 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Notes. 

Jonathan had a large family. One daughter married 

Tukesbury of Newbury. One daughter, Phoebe, 

died in 1881, in her 102d year. Can get no further data 
unless Isaac Goodwin, born 1783, in Newbury, Vermont, 
married Jemima Ford, was one of the children. 

Nathaniel married and had a family. One son ap- 
pears to be Aaron, born 1794, in Orange Connty, Ver- 
mont, whose youngest son is J. AVest Goodwin, Editor 
Sedalia (Mo.) "Bazoo." Another son was Dr. W. W. 
Goodwin, who was the first of the Goodwins the writer 
ever saw who was not a relative. 

Simeon married and had four daughters, Susan, Mar- 
garet, Sarah and Roxana. 

Asa married, removed to Marietta, Ohio, and then to 
St. Louis, where he died. He had eight children — Sim- 
eon, Samuel Kittredge, James, Sarah, Cynthia, Asa, Wil- 
liam and Mrs. Miller. John Merrill Goodwin, Bethel, 
Ohio, son of Simeon, has furnished much of the data of 
this branch. 

James Goodwin (Son of Asa), born March 13, 1796, 
married Lucina Chandler and resided in Felicity, Ohio. 
Their children were I, Louisa, II, Caroline, III, Cynthia, 
IV, Minerva, V, Charles Chandler, VI, Sarah Ann, VII, 
James Sylvester, VIII, Octavus Simeon. Of these, 
Charles Chandler, and his sons, James H. and Thomas T. 
(of Cincinnati)^ Sarah Ann and Octavus Simeon have 
rendered vey considerable assistance in compiling the rec- 
ords. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 83 

90 John Goodwin ( 88, , Daniel If) 

married and had 

Children. 

I. Moses, b. m, Tryphena Ladd. 

II. Willoughby, b. m. Mary Goodwin. 

III. Daniel, b. m. 

IV. James, b. m. 

V. Judith, b. m. John Thomas. 

VI. Daughter, b. m. Dunbar. 



Notes. 

Moses had eight children, the second being Wells, born 
Nov. 9, 1794, died in Dee. 1894. His eldest son, John 
M., born 1820, of Newbury, Vt., has been my corres- 
pondent. 

Daniel married and lived-in Cambridge, Vt. No record. 
See Appendix R. 

James married and resided in Gratton, Vt.. No record. 

91 Samuel Goodwin ( 88, , Daniel If) was in New- 
bury, Vt., with Captain Simeon and John and unless he 
were the father of Elder WiUoughby who had a grandson 
Samuel, I cannot place Elder WiUoughby. It must be 
noted that this grandson Samuel says that he thinks Elder 
WiUoughby Goodwin was born in West Newbury, Massa- 
chusetts, the home of the Essex County, Massachusetts, 
Goodwins, and it should also be remembered that Samuel 
was a favorite name among the Essex County Goodwins 
and appears very seldom among Daniel's descendants and 
further that the Newbury, Massachusetts, Goodwins inter- 
married repeatedly with the Currier family. In addition 
to this, I find the name Wells Goodwin in this Esses 
County family and also find a Samuel Goodwin, born in 
1701, son of a Samuel Goodwin, who settled for awhile in 



84 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Newton, N. H., but I Jose sight of Samuel around New- 
ton, about 1741. One further suggestion is this: — Samuel 
Goodwin says Elder Willonghby's first wife was Polly 
Dunbar of Danville, Vt. , and that Willoughby had a 
brother Moses, — might not Polly Dunbar be Mary 
;( Goodwill) Dunbar ? 

Children. 

I. Willoughby, (Elder) b. m. 1 Mary Dunbar. 

2 Sarah Currier. 
.II. Moses. 



APPENDIX E. 

THE GOODWINS OF LYMAN, MAINE. 



'92 Thomas Goodwin, Jr., ( , Daniel T) married 

Eunice and resided in Berwick, where they baptized 

their son in 1752. The only Thomas Goodwin " Jr." I 
have yet found is Thomas 28 and this may have been his 
second marriage. 

Child. 

93 I. Jonathan, bapt. Jan. 22, 1752. m. Elizabeth Clark ? 



'93 Jonathan Goodwin, {Thomas Jr., 92, , Daniel 1) 

baptized January 22, 1752, appears to be the Jonathan 
who received certificate in Berwick, April 7, 1770, to 
marry Elizabeth Clark. 1 can find no other Jonathan and 
the name of the child George Clark indicates this mar- 
riage. Jonathan resided in Lyman. After his death, his 
widow married 2nd Welch and resided in Water- 
borough where she died. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



85 



Children. 



George Clark, b. Feb. 1772. m. Ruth Page. 



II. Andrew, 

III. Jonathan, 

IV. Uriah, 
*V. Reuben, 



m. Earle. 

d. at New Orleans, unm. 
m. 1 Elizabeth Pray. 
2 Polly 



APPENDIX F. 

THE GOODWINS OF LEBANON, MAINE. 



Thomas Goodwin "TerHus" [Thomas, , Daniel 1) 

resided in Berwick and on July 15, 1761, he was married 
by Rev. John Morse of the 2nd Church of Berwick to 
Eunice Lord. As one of their children, Reuben, was 
offered for baptism by Benjamin Lord and wife, it is prob- 
able that they were the parents of Eunice, who had died 
before 1769, as, on August 2, 1769, Thomas was married 
2nd by Rev. Mathew Meriam at Berwick to Mehitable 
Goodwin, born in 1727, a daughter of Adam and Sarah 
( ) Goodwin 67. He resided in North Berwick at the 

foot of Beach Ridge, removing to Lebanon. His birth 
is given as 1721 and 1734, neither date tallying with any 
other Thomas. To make the confusion greater, a Thomas 
Goodwin " 3d " was married at the Church of Christ, of 
Berwick, to Mary Hicks on July 29, 1754. None of the 
descendants of Thomas tertius have any record of the 
Thomas 3d marriage, so that it is not probably the same 
man with three wives. It is possible that Thomas 37 is 
this Thomas tertvm, as that Thomas had a twin brother 
Elisha and brothers Reuben and Moses, — names of the 



* His son, Reuben H., was father of Mrs. Nellie F. Emery, W T est Buxton. Me. 



86 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

first three children of Thomas tertius; but another child 
was named Gideon and that name only appears as the 
brother of Thomas- 28, who was baptized in 1732. An 
unexplained circumstance is that in Lower Bolton, Canada, 
the descendants of James Goodwin, Appendix G., have an 
old family Bible in which is recorded most of the data of 
this Thomas tertius but no word of explanation of the 
relationship between Thomas and James is given. 

It is probable that the Moses given among the children 
of the second wife is the son of the first wife, but baptized 
among the second brood. Further data of this family is 
desired. If I can obtain the name of a brother or sister 
of Thomas tertius or of his mother, I can place him at 
once. He was certainly a son of one of the Thomas 
Goodwins, but I do not know which. 

Children, by First Wife. 

I. Elisha. b. 1763. m; Sarah Lord. 

II. Reuben, b. Apl. 15, 1761. m. Ruth Lord. 

III. Moses, b. m. l 

2 (Eunice) Cain (King or Keene.) 

3 Susan Murray. 

Children, by Second Wife. 

IV. Eunice, bapt. Apl. 6, 1773. nj. 1 Andrew Shepherd. 

2 — — Boothy. 

V. MosEs, bapt. Apl. 6, 1773. perhaps child III. 
95 VI. Thomas, bapt. Apl. 6, 1773. m. Esther Carll. 

VII. Mehitable, bapt. Apl. 6, 1773. untraced. 
VIII- Ephraim, b'. • in. Polly Lord. 

IX. Gideon, b. untraced. 



95 Thomas Goodwin (Thomas 94, Thomas, , Daniel 7), 

baptized April 7, 1773, married Esther Carll, born March 
19, 1779, in Waterborough, a daughter of Captain 
Nathaniel and Esther i Bnrbank) Carll. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



87 



Children. 



96 I. Nathaniel Carll, b. 

II. Thomas. - b. 

HI. Carll. b. 

IV. Benjamin, b. 

V. Eunice, b. 



m. Mary Trip, 
m. Olive Carll. 
d. young. 

m. — and d. s. p. 

d. 



D6 Nathaniel Carll Goodwin [Thomas 95, Thomas 9^ 

Thomas, , Daniel 1), born in 1802, married Mary 

Trip, born in 1800 in Waterborough. 



I. Caroline E., 

II. Nathaniel Carll. 

III. Mary Ann, 



Children. 

b. 1828.' 

b. Oct. 31. 1833. 
b. 1836. 



m. William Laskey. 
m. Caroline R. Hinkel. 
d. unmarried. 



97 Nathaniel Carll Goodwin {Nathaniel Carll 96, 

Thomas 95, Thomas 9^ Thomas, — , Daniel 1), born 

October 31, 1833, in Brownfield, Me., was married in 
1856 in Boston to Caroline Rebecca Hinkel, born in 1838 
in Boston, a daughter of John and Caroline M. (Arey) 
Hinkel. Mr. Goodwin is a broker and resided for many 
years at No. 89 St. Botolph Street, Boston, removing in 
1898 to 72 Forest Street, Boston Highlands. The eldest 
son Nat. C. Goodwin is the well known and popular actor 
and the younger son Edward is already making a reputa- 
tion for himself in the same profession. 



i. 

ii. 

hi. 



Nathaniel Carll, 
George, 
Edward F., 



Children. 

b. July 25, 1857. m. Maxime Elliott. 

b. April 12. 1861. d. 

b. Men. 23, 1863. unmarried. 



Notes. 

Elisha Goodwin, born in 1763, married Sarah Lord, 
born 1765, a daughter of Jeremiah and Grizzel (Grant) 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Lord and had ten children by her. The fourth child was 
Nahum, born March 11, 1795, who married 1st, Mehi- 
table Littlefield and 2d, Elizabeth Tibbetts. He had four 
children by his first wife and nine by the second wife; the 
next to the youngest child being Nahum F. Goodwin, 
born March 3, 1611, in Lebanon and married to Amanda 
Hall. They have five girls and two boys. They reside 
[1898) in East Lebanon. 

Moses Goodwin has three wives assigned to him by 
Capt. Goodwin who states that Moses lived in Lebanon, 
AYaterborouo;h and Lisbon and "left children." The 
Captain was quite right as to the last remark for Moses 
had two wives and left twelve children by each wife. I 
am indebted to Hon. Oliver B. Clason of Gardiner, and 
Miss Jennie Briery of South Gardiner, for the data of 
Moses 1 family. The first wife was Emma or Eunice King 
(Miss Briery suggests Keene) and his second wife was Susan 
Murray of Windsor, Me. The children were twelve sons 
and twelve daughters. 1 can get only half of his first 
family- — Gideon, Benjamin, Jonathan K., Joseph, Isaac and 
Clarissa. By his second wife he had Moses, Aaron, John, 
Jordan, Oliver, Elizabeth, "William II., Eunice, Thomas, 
Mary, Phoebe and Charity. The son Jonathan K. married 
Rachael Towne and resided in South Gardiner and Dix- 
mont. His third child, Rachel, .married Uriah Briery 
and was the mother of Miss Jennie Briery of Randolph, 
Me. Gideon, the eldest son of Moses, never married. He 
was a devout and godly man, albeit an irrepressible 
joker, as the following will illustrate: 

What Broke the Meeting Up. 

One seldom hears a story more piquantly flavored with the real old New Eng- 
land humor than that told in the Gardiner Reporter Journal about Uncle Gideon 
Goodwin, who, fifty years ago, was one of the " characters " of the town. At that 
time the Methodists used to gather at the houses to hold their prayer-meetings, 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MALNE. 89 

and as Gideon was a devout worshiper of that creed he was a regular attendant. 
One night the meeting was held at the house of Harlow Harden, and Gideon was 
there. 

In those days excitement ran high, and just as the enthusiasm of the assem-- 
blage was wrought to the highest pitch " Uncle Harden," as he was always called, 
arose to his fee*;, and lifting up his hands, shouted in a voice full of fervor, '-Glory 
to Gideon !" Hardly had the chorus of amens which this utterance called forth 
died away when Goodwin, bound to return the compliment, jumped up and said, 
"Glory to you, too, Uncle Harden!" That broke up the meeting.— Lewiston Jour- 
nal. . 

UglF" It is said that information can be obtained in 
Waterborough from descendants of the Carll family which 
will fully identify Thomas tertius. Who can obtain the 
information for me? Get the names of his brothers and 
sisters and the name of his mother. 



Appendix G. 

98 James Goodwin ( , , Daniel 1), who was born 

about 1735, is given as the name of the earliest known 
ancestor of this branch. He appears to have been related 
to Thomas, fortius, Appendix F, as his descendants have 
a family Bible with much of the data of the descendants 
of Thomas, tertius, as late as 1850. 

Child (only one known to me). 

99 I. James, b. about 1760. m. . 



99 James Goodwin (James 98, - — , , Daniel l) r 

born about 1760, married and had a family. I can 

get only names of two. Eliphalet is said to have been 
born at Concord, Connecticut, (X. H,,?)and to have mar- 
ried at Bolton, Lower Canada. 

His grandson James Sylvester Goodwin resides in 
Emerald, Wis. 



90 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 







Children. 




I. 


Eliphalet, 


b. about 1785. 


m. 1 Ruth Page. 
2 Sarah Fifleld. 


II. 


James, 


b. 


untraced. 



Appendix H. 



100 Jonathan Goodwin ( - — , — — , Daniel 1), born 

about 1738, married Libby, and resided in Durham, 

Me. 

Children. 



I. 


George, 


b. 


Apr 


LI 12, 1762. 


m. 1 Mary Davis. 
2 Jones. 


II. 


Daniel, 


b. 






d. at St. Albans, Me. 


III. 


William, 


b. 






d. at sea. 


IV. 


Betsy, 


b. 






m. John Cushing. 


V. 


Mary, 


b. 






m. John Vining. 


VI. 


Jonathan, 


b. 






m. Persis Smith. 



101 George Goodwin (Jonathan 100, , , Daniel 

1), born in Durham, Me., April 12, 1762, married Mary 
Davis, born October, 1760, daughter of Andrew Davis, 
and resided in Avon and Phillips. Mary (Davis) Good- 
win died in 1839, and George Goodwin married, second, 
— Jones. He was a soldier in Revolutionary War. 



Children, All by First Wife. 



I. 


Samuel, 


b. 




1790. 


m. Wealthy Jones. 


11. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 






m. Reuben True. 


III. 


Daughter, 


b. 






m. Daniel Miller. 


IV. 


Daughter, 


b. 






m. Daniel Roberts. 


V. 


Hannah, 


b. 






m. Samuel Jacobs. 


VI. 


Andrew Davis, 


b. 


Feby. 


2, 1800. 


m. Jane Smith. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTE'KY, MAINE. 



91 



Appendix I. 



102 James Gooding, perhaps a grandson of Daniel 1, was 
born about 1708. He married Elizabeth , and re- 
sided in Portland, Me. 



I. 


Margaret, 


II. 


Sarah, 


III. 


Sarah, 



Children. 

b. June 13, 1733. 
b. March 7, 1735. 
b. Feby. 20, 1737. 



Appendix J, 

103 Jeremiah Goodwin ( — , , , Daniel 1), 

born in Berwick, married tirst, Alice Wadleigh; second, 
Nancy Davis. They resided in Berwick. As Jeremiah's 
eldest son David had a son James in 1796, it would appear 
that Jeremiah was born between 1740 and 1750, and would 
be a great-srreat-STandson of Daniel 1. 

Capt. Goodwin's record has this entry: "Daniel Good- 
win and David Goodwin, twins, married Mary Ford and 
Betsy Ford, twins." 

Children, All by First Wife. 



1. 


David, 


r 


m. 1 Elizabeth Ford. 
2 Sarah Goodwin. 


II. 


Daniel, 


j 


m. Mollie Ford. 


III. 


William, 




m. Olive Wadleigh. 


IV. 


Abigail, 


b. 


m. William Ford. 


V. 


Jeremiah, | 


b. 


m. Hep/.ibah Grant. 


VI. 


Lydia, ( 




m. Iehabod Wentworth, 


VII. 


Susan, 


b. 


m. Thomas Abbot. 


VIII. 


James, 


b. 


m Lydia James. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



Appendix K. 

Goodwin ( , , , Daniel 1) resided 

in Berwick and had, perhaps other, 

Children. 

I. Willoughby, b. resided at Cranberry Meadow 

II. Jane, b. about 175?. m. Thomas Pike. 



Appendix L. 

105 Benjamin^Goodwin ( Daniel 1) mar 

ried Anne Emery, daughter of Simeon and Elizabeth 
(Mendum) Emery. They resided in South Berwick. 

Children. 

I. Charles, b. lived and died in Eliot. 

II. Fanny, b. m. — — Green. 

III. Asa Young, b. May 8, 1808. m. Mary Ann Newell. 

IV. Anne, b. m. — — Whitehouse. 

V. William, b. m. and lived in Burke, N. Y. 

VI. Elizabeth, b. m. George W. Whitehouse. 

VII. Abigail, b. m. Horace Hayes. 

VIII. Nathaniel, b. d. in Berwick, unm. 

IX. Mary Jane, b. m. Asa Warren. 



Appendix M. 

Elijah Goodwin, said to have been a son of Elijah, re- 
sided near Rutland, Vermont, and married Annie Thatcher. 
I do not know the order of birth of their childreD, so put 
the one first whose date I have. Bonaparte Levi removed 
with a family named Cross to near Oxford, Ohio, and set- 
tled at Goodwin's Corners, Indiana, where his daughter, 
Eliza, wife of James B. Pentecost, resides. George War- 
ner, New^Boston, Illinois, is a son of one of his sisters, 
and. Gideon Freeman, Silver Lake, Indiana, is son of 
another sister. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



93 







Children. 




I. 


Bonaparte Levi. 


b. Oct. 11, 1797. 


m. Eunice Martin, 


H. 


Alanson, 


b. 




III. 


Sally, 


b. 




IV. 


Pheney, 


b. 




V. 


David, 


b. 




VI. 


Thomas, 


b. 




VII. 


Silance, 


b. 




VIII. 


Samuel, 


b. 




IX. 


Eliza, 


b. 




X. 


Dosie, 


b. 





Appendix N. 
THE GOODWINS OF CONCORD, N. H. 



A very large number of descendants can trace no further 
back than to the following marriage. 

107 Samuel Goodwin, born 1751, married Elizabeth , 

born 1750, and resided in Concord, New Hampshire, where 
she died in 1836 and he in 1839. 







Children. 




I. 


Elizabeth, 


b. Sept. 12, 1774. 






II. 


Mollie, 


b. July 22, 1776. 






III. 


Reuben, 


b. May 27, 1778. 


m. 


Susannah Parnum. 


*IV. 


Asa, 


b. May 11, 1780. 


m. 


Hannah Russell. 


V. 


David, 


b. May 27, 1782. 


m. 


Mehitable Jackman. 


VI. 


Jonathan, 


b. May 27, 1784. 


m. 


Polly Ainsworth. 


VII. 


Patty, 


b. Aug. 24, 1786. 


m. 


Jonathan Jackman. 


VIII. 


Susanna, 


b. Sept. 4, 1788. 


m. 


John Hoit Durgin. 


IX. 


Samuel, 


b. Feb. 28, 1791. 


m. 


Hannah Stevens. 


X. 


Sally, 


b. Sept. 3, 1793. 







* Asa Goodwin, of .Tunbridge, Vt., and Hannah Russell, of Concord, N. H., 
Published Aug. 26, 1800. Not positive it was Samuel's son. I cannot identify the 
following from the Concord Records: 

July 14, 1770. Jacob Goodwin, of Concord and Sarah Wells, of Weare. 

March 5, 1774. Jacob Goodwin, and Mollie Clement. 

July 21, 1782. Jacob Goodwin, of Canterbury, and Lydia Stevens, of Concord. 

April 19, 1788. Asa Goodwin, of Concord, and Patty Carter, of Concord. 

Oct. 13, 1793. Anthony Potter, of Concord, and Dolly Goodwin, of Concord. 

April 18, 1807. Jonathan Goodwin, of Concord, and Patty Twist, of Boston, 
.(not Samuel's son) 



94 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



Appendix O. 

In the records of Durham, New Hampshire, appear 
these entries {page 29, Vol. &£, N. E. H. & G. R.): 

k ' November 26, 1718, baptized Abigail Gooden, who 
" died five hours afterward, and her infant daughter, 
" Abigail Gooden." 

'•March 5, 1718-9, baptized Susanna Gooden, the 
" wife of James Durgin standing sponsoress for this her 
' ' grandchild. ' ' The husband of Abigail and father of these 
two children was evidently a grandson of Daniel 1. He 
could scarcely have been Daniel 3, who did have a wife 
Abigail, for their daughter Abigail was born in 1715, and 
Amy in November, 1718. It is possibly an earlier mar- 
riage of Richard 24, as this man was born about 1685, 
and no children are credited to him until 1721, he being 
then about 36 years old and the husband of Sarah Hall. 
The name Susannah is found among the children of 
Thomas, supposed to be a brother of this Richard. 



Appendix P. 

108 James Goodwin ( Daniel 1 ?), born 

about 1740, married and resided in Eastport, Maine. He 
is said to have been taken prisoner by the British and car- 
ried to the Bermuda Islands, where he died. One son, not 
John, was in " Braddock's Defeat," and was captured by 
the Indians and held for four years. In addition to the 
four children mentioned below the name Jesse is given as 
a fifth child. Of these children, James settled in St. 
Johns, New Brunswick, William in Providence, Rhode 
Island and John in Machias, Maine. The latter had six- 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 95 

-teen children, a grandchild being Miss Ella E. Goodwin, 
Cumberland Mills, Maine, who has contributed most of the 
data. It might be well to investigate more closely the 
family history of James, son of James 43. He was taken 
prisoner and died. While it is said he was unmarried, 
this may prove to be incorrect and he may be this James 
108. 

Children. 



I. 
II. 


Jamjes, b. 
William, b. 




m. 

m. Margaret 


III. 


John, • b. 


1769. 


m. Eleanor "\ 


IV. 


Elizabeth, b. 







Appendix Q. 

THE GOODWINS OF PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 



109 Joshua Goodwin was born about 1740-50, and was a 
farmer, residing in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where 
he and his wife died. I had heretofore supposed that this 
family belonged to the Christopher Goodwin branch, but 
perhaps he is a descendant of Daniel of Kittery. 

Child (only one known to me.) 

110 I. Joseph, b. about 1775. m. 1 

2 Mary Marshall. 

110 Joseph Goodwin (Joshua 109), born about 1775 iu 
Portsmouth, married, first, ; second, Mary Mar- 
shall. He lived and died in Portsmouth. 

Children (not known to me by which wife.) 



I. 


Mary, 


b. 




m. Clinkard. 


II. 


Eliza, 


b. 






11 III. 


Joseph, 


b. 


Sept. 3. 1802. 


m. Sarah Anna Swallow. 


IV. 


George, 


b. 




went to sea. never heard from. 


V. 


John, 


b. 




untraced. 


VI. 


Joshua, 


b. 




untraced 



96 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Ill Joseph Goodwin (Joseph 110, Joshua 109), born Sep- 
tember 3, 1802, in Portsmouth, married Sarah Anna 
Swallow July 6, 1823, in Boston. They resided in 
Medtield and Boston, Mass., and Nashua, N. H. He died 
in Milford, N. H. The data of this branch is furnished 
by Mrs. Irene Dole (Pike) Goodwin, of Nashua, N. H. 







Children. 






I. 


Calvin Swallow, 


b. April 16, 1824. 


m. 


Rosanna Abbott. 


II. 


Joseph Stevens, 


b. Mch. 16, 1826. 


d. 


unmarried. 


III. 


Charles Henry, 


b. June 9, 1828. 


m. 


1 Rebecca Fellows. 

2 Harriet Lucinda Allan. 

3 Mrs. Clarissa (Searles) 

Jamison. 


IV. 


James Hewins, 


b. 


m. 


Irene Dole Pike. 


V. 


Linda Anna, 


(adopted) 


HI. 


P. Dodd. 



Appendix R. 

112 Daniel Goodwin, who resided in Vermont, may have 
been a descendant of one of the brothers traced in Appen- 
dix D. I can get no definite data of him or his family. 



Child (only one known to me). 

Daniel, b. m. 



113 Daniel Goodwin (Daniel 11%), born in Vermont, 

" one of a long line of Daniels," married . A 

grandson seems to be James Goodwin, of Clear Lake 
Iowa. 







Children, 


I. 


Albert, 


b. 


II. 


Nathaniel, 


b. 


14 III. 


Daniel, 


b. 


IV. 


CHARLES, 


b. 


V. 


Henry, 


b. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



9' 



114 Daniel Goodwin (Daniel 11 J, Daniel 112), born in 

Vermont, married and died a young man. His son 

is the Goodwin so prominent in the D.bs strike; his 
daughter is editor and publisher of " The Labor World, ,T 
of Duluth. 

Children. 



i 
ii. 



Leroy M., 
Sabbie, 



b. 
b. 



m. T. C. Akin. 



Appendix S. 

THE GOODWINS OF LITCHFIELD, MAINE. 



Jacob Goodwin, born about 1756 in Lyons, France, 
came to America with Lafayette, serving as a Major in 
the Revolutionary War. At the close of the war he 
settled in Portsmouth, N. H., where he married Eunice 
(or Judith) Tuttle. They afterwards removed to Maine, 
locating eventually in Litchfield, near Harriman's Corners, 
where he died in 1801. His children are given to prevent 
confusing them with descendants of Daniel of Kittery. 



I. Esther. 

II. Polly, 

III. John. 

IV. Levi, 

V. Elizabeth, 

VI. Susannah, 

VII. Sarah, 

VIII. Clarissa, 

IX. Judith, 



Children. 

b. Sept. 8, 1784- 
b. Sept. 4 r 1786: 
b. Aug. 29. 1788. 
b. Sept. 4, 1790. 

b. Jany. 23, 1793. 
b. Jany. 4. 1795. 
b. Jany. 20. 1798. 
b. 1801* 

b. July 8. 1804. 



m. Nathaniel Stevens, 
m. Elisha Evans, 
m. Eunice Mince. 
m. 1 Dolly Huntington. 

2 Abigail Stevens, 
m. Joseph Chick. 



m. Charles Peck. 



98 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



Appendix T. 

MISCELLANEOUS UNIDENTIFIED NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GOODWINS. 



John Gotwin m. Dorothy Rymes of Portsmouth, 
November 25, 1753. 

Samuel Goodwin, in Rumford (Concord), March 10, 
1792; in Warner June 21, 1796. (Warner was settled 
by Goodwins from Amesbury, Mass.) 

Edward (?) Goodwin, resided in Dumbarton and had 
Edward 1776, James, Alpheus, Hannah aud Nathan, 
1782, (m. Mehitable Marden). Think him an Essex 
County, Mass., man. 

Luxford Goodwin was in Rumford (Concord) in 1760. 

James Goodwin in Dumbarton April 8, 1807, aged. 

Thaddeus Goodwin, Sr. , in Mt. Vernon and Henniker. 

Caft. Richard Goodwin, brig Pompey, Jany. , 1762, 
Portsmouth. 

Isaac Goodwin resided in Warner, N. H. Had 
Thomas, William, Levi (killed at Bunker Hill), David 
and Joseph. Isaac was from Amesbury, Mass. Would 
like descendants of all children except David which Capt. 
Goodwin gives. 

William Goodwin resided in Concord, N. H. Had 
daughter Hannah, who married Robert Ballard Hoit in 
1811. 

Mehitable Goodwin in Newmarket in 1775 and 
1878; see James 5. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 99 

Robert Goodwin in Newmarket in 1778 and 1784. 
Timothy Goodwin in Unity July 13, 1761. 
Daniel Goodwin in Newtown iu 1755. 
Richard Goodwin in Newport in 17 S3, 

Appendix IT. 

MISCELLANEOUS UNIDENTIFIED MAINE GOOD- 
WINS. 



Additional information tending to identify these people 
and those in Appendix T is requested. The marriages 
are mostly taken from Berwiek records. 

Benjamin Goodwin married Sarah Herle (Earl) Au- 
gust 27, 1717. He was possibly a son of Thomas 22 and 
Abigail Seward. 

Abigail Goodwin married John Gubtail November 16, 
1717. See note, page 52. 

Abigail Goodwin married John Abbott November 30, 
1757. 

Mrs. Sarah Goodwin married Richard Shockley 
July 12, 1762. 

Mrs. Mary Goodwin married William Clarke Febru- 
ary 11, 1765. 

Elizabeth Goodwin married Nathaniel Grant Seplein 

ber 19, 1773. 

William Goodwin married Olive Walker January 6, 
1789. 



100 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

Elizabeth Goodwin married Tobias Barnes July 22, 
1792. 

Capt. Paul Goodwin married Betsy Hodgsdon Au- 
gust 29, 1792. 

Miles Goodwin married Sarah Lord March 12, 1795. 

Capt. Thomas Goodwin married Sally Lord February 
2, 1804. 

Peggy Goodwin married Ebenezer Jones December 31, 

1809. 

Charles Goodwin was a sailmaker and settled in Kenne- 
bunkport in 1824. 

Daniel Goodwin resided in Brownfield, Me. Legis- 
lator in 1834 and 1836. 

Daniel Goodwin married (P) Prudence Wyman of 
Brunswick, Me., March 11, 1758. 

Daniel Goodwin married Mary Nason, born November 
24, 1793, daughter of Nathan and Polly {Emery) Nason. 
Resided in Eliot. 

Hiram F. Goodwin married Hannah A. Jordan in 
Gray, Me., February 27, 1842, and resided in Chicago. 

Isaac B. Goodwin, Legislator in 1869 from Penobscot. 

Jotham Goodwin died in Alfred, Me., in 1809. 

Samuel Goodwin married Nancy Wentworth, resided 
in Great Falls N. H., in 1871. Related in some way to 
Samuel Goodwin of Portland, Oregon. 

Capt. .Fames Goodwin married Hannah Thompson 
Julv 22, 1815. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 101 

John Goodwin married Mary Miller. Resided in Kenne- 
bunkport. 

Merrill Goodwin married Elizabeth Jane Alden. Re- 
sided in Turner. 

Samuel A. Goodwin married Louisa L. Jordan June 
17, 1866, at Ellsworth. 

Thomas Goodwin married Paul, a daughter of 

.Jeremiah and Rebecca (Quimby) Paul. Resided at Eliot. 

Thomas Goodwin 3d married Polly Goodwin Septem- 
ber 30, 1809, at S. Berwick; cannot trace either. 

Benjamin Goodwin married Mercy . Resided in 

Brewer. Senator in 1822. 

Charles Goodwin married Meriam W. Jordan, born 
1811, and resided in Ohio. 

John and Reuben Goodwin who settled in Frankfort, 
Me., about 1770, were descendants of Christopher of 
Charleston, Mass. 

The Goodwins of Minot, Me. , are descendants of one 
of the Massachusetts families. 



Appendix V. 

THE GOODWINS OF BROOKVILLE, INDIANA. 



Thomas Goodwin resided in the Central Atlantic 
States. He was twice married, having no child by second 
wife. He was a Quaker and a slave owner. He was thought 
by his grandson, Dr. John Reeves Goodwin, to have been 
of the "Maine Stock." It has been in the hope of finding 



102 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

in the Maine family a Thomas Goodwin having a son 
Thomas born in 1767, that I have compiled the genealogy 
of that family, but I cannot identify him with any of the 
descendants of Daniel of Kittery. See Thomas 37. For 
complete genealogy of this Brookville family, see October 
1897 Supplement to William and Mary College Quarterly 
Magazine, pages 59-68. 

Child (others, but names not known.) 

I. THOMAS, b. April 20, 1767, m. Catherine Rees. 



Thomas Goodwin (Thomas), born April 29, 1767 
was married about 1788 to Catherine Rees, born October 
7, 1767, a daughter of David and Lydia ( ) Rees 

who were born in Wales. Catherine knew her husband's 
step-mother but not his own mother. They resided, per- 
haps, in Lancaster, Penn., surely in Brownsville, Penn., 
and thence going to Ohio and eventually to Brookville, 
Indiana. 

Children. 



I. 


SAMUEL, 


b. 


April 12, 1789. 


m. 1 Eunice Pearson. 

2 Mrs. Eleanor (Wiles) Moon. 


II. 


Hezekiah Rees, 


b. 


Nov. 19, 1791. 


m. Lydia Ligett. 


III. 


William, 


b. 


June 1, 1795. 


drowned on trip to New Orleans. 


IV. 


James, 


b. 


Oct. 22, 1797. 


d. unmarried. 


v. 


Lydia, 


b. 


Aug. 9, 1800. 


d. 1815. 


VI. 


Elizabeth, 


b. 


Nov. 9, 1806. 


m. George Kepler. 


VII. 


Mary (Polly) 


b. 


Apl. 30, 1809. 


m. James Marlatt. 



Samuel Goodwin (Thomas, Thomas), born April 
12, 1789 at Old Fort, now Brownsville, Fayette County, 
Pa., was married, first, at Lebanon, Ohio, to Eunice 
Pearson, born 1796, died 1814. Samuel was married, 
second, March 19, 1815, at Lebanon, to Mrs. Eleanor 
( Wiles) Moon, widow of Phineas Moon and daughter of 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 103 

John and Eleanor (MoAinlep) Wiles, Jr. John Wiles, 
Jr., is said to have been the only son of a John Wiles 
who was killed in the revolutionary war, and whose wife 
is thought to have been an Aiken. Eleanor McKinley was 
daughter of Rodger and Eleanor (Shaw) McKinley of 
Baltimore, Md., Rodger being a son of James McKinley, 
born 1708 in Ireland, died 1812 in Lebanon, O. Samuel 
Goodwin settled in Brookville in 1816 where he died June 
26, 1851. His widow died May 18, 1873. 

Children, by Second Wife. 

I. Eunice, b. July 12. 1817. d. Sept. 6. 1817. 

II. (Rev.) Thomas Aiken, b. Nov. 2, 1818. m. Content Lucretia Craft. 

III. ( Dr. ).1ohn Reeves, b. July 15, 1820. m. Rachel Goudie. 

IV. Mary, b. Aug. 7. 1822. d. July 31, 1839, unm. 

V. Eleanor, b. May 13, 1824. d. Nov. 30, 1843, unm. 

VI. Martha Wiles, b. March 4, 1826. m. Wilson Morrow. 

VII. Samuel Augustus, b. July 11, 1828. d. March 17, 1828. 

VIII. Samuel George, b. Feb. 21, 1830. res. Indianapolis, Ind. 

IX. (Rev.) WILLI AM REES.b. July 7, 1832. m. 1 Susan Ann Keely. 

2 Mrs. M ary (Mc Adams) 

Smith. 

X. Robert James, b. Jan. 29, 1834. d. July 2, 1884, unm. 

Brevet Brigadier General late war. 



Rev. William Rees Goodwin, D. D., [Samuel, 
Thomas, Thomas), born July 7, 1832, in Brookville, was 
married first, August 5, 1856, at Brookville, by Rev. S. 
T. Gillet, to Susan Ann Keely, born April 4, 1S38, in 
Mt. Carmcl, 111., a daughter of Rev. John Wesley and 
Elizabeth (Fisher) Keely 5 , John 4 , John :? , Sebastian -, 
Michael Reehj x , and died at Lincoln, 111., Sept. 29, 1868. 
Her father's mother was Ann Iddings, a descendant of 
Dr. Thomas Wynne who came with Penn in 1680, in the 
" Welcome," and was speaker of the First Assembly in 
1682-3. Dr. Goodwin was married, second, June 24, 
1869, at St. Louis, Mo., by. Rev. B. F. Crary, D. D., to 
Mrs. Mary (Mb Adams) Smith. By occupation he is a 



104 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 

teacher and minister, in politics a Prohibitionist, and in 
religion a Methodist. They reside (1898) near Los 
Angeles, Cal. Dr. Goodwin was graduated from the 
Indiana Asbury University in 1856; was principal of the 
Goshen, Ky. , Academy for one year; was president of the 
Brookville college; Professor of Belles Lettres in the Illi- 
nois Wesley an University; twenty-five years a member of 
Illinois Conference; delegate to the General Conference; 
five years a member of the Rock River Conference and 
stationed at Park Ridge, one year; Austin, two years and 
at Chicago, three years. He is one of the best known 
contributors to the periodicals of the Methodist Church. 

Children, by First Wife. 

I. JOHN SAMUEL, b. March 16, 1858. m. Mary Elizabeth Forbes. 

II. George Keely Holliday, b. Apl. 28, 1861. d. April 13, 1862. 

HI. William Ransdall, b. Ang. 19, 1863. m. Mrs. Mary Eva (Putman) 

Hazlett. 

IV. Frank Morrow, b. Apl. 14, 1868. d. May 6, 1869. 

Child, by Second Wife. 

V. Eleanor, b. May 25, 1870. m. Dr. Charles H. Whitman. 



John Samuel Goodwin ( William Bees, Samuel, 
Thomas, Thomas), born March 16, 1858, in Edinburg, 
Ind., was married October 7, 1880, at Danville, 111., by 
Kev. William Rees Goodwin, D. D., to Mary Elizabeth 
Forbes, born June 9, 1858, in Danville, a daughter of 
Thomas Richard and Anna Eliza (Robinson) Forbes 7 , 
Thomas Chester, 6 Benjamin,' Elijah, 4 Joseph, 3 John, 2 
Jam.es Tories,* of Hartford, Conn. By occupation he 
is a lawyer, and in religion a Methodist. Mr. Goodwin 
was graduated from the Indiana Asbury University in 
1877, the valedictorian of his class. He resided in Beloit, 
Kansas, from 1878 to 1888; was appointed judge in April, 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 105 

1879; spent some time abroad in 1885-'86; resided in 
Danville, 111., until January, 1891, and in Chicago there- 
after. He is law partner of General John C. Black, ex- 
Commissioner of Pensions and at present United States 
District Attorney. He is interested, very extensively in 
the breeding of registered Aberdeen-Angus cattle. He is 
the compiler of the genealogy of the Goodwins of Virginia 
and of the Goodwins of Kittery T Maine. 

Child. 

I. Anna, b. Dec. 15, 1886: 



And thus endeth the first lesson. The errors, 
inaccuracies and blunders will surely be forgiven when it 
is remembered that they are made by a " stranger to the 
blood/' who has never set foot in Kittery nor beheld Ber- 
wick or York or Wells or Kennebunkport; who dwells as 
he writes these pages by the fresh water of Lake Michi- 
gan and has not the inspiration of the salted seas where 
too often those old Goodwins sailed from port and were 
never heard from more. Such as it is — not such as he 
wishes it were — it is yours, with all the precious heritage 
of the almost innumerable years. If it strengthens the 
longing for a better history ; if it brings forth him upon 
whom Captain Goodwin's mantle has fallen and results in 
a complete record, worthy the lives and deeds of the 
strong ancestors, the days and nights of work will count 

as naught. 

John S. Goodwin. 



106 THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 



CONTRIBUTORS. 



Acknowledgement is made to the following named persons 
for financial aid in publishing this pamphlet. 



William Hobbs Goodwin, Jr., ) 
Almon Goodwin, 
Harold Goodwin, 
Warren Foster Goodwin, 



y Guarantors. 



James J. Goodwin, Hartford, Conn. 
Henry S. Ruggles, Wakefield, Mass. 
E. P. Goodwin, Berry's Mills, Me. 
W. W. Goodwin, Berry's Mills, Me. 
Nathaniel Carll Goodwin, Boston, Mass. 
George K. Goodwin, Pullman, 111. 
John M. Goodwin, Bethel, Ohio. 
Frank Goodwin, Boston, Mass. 
Sarah A. Goodwin, Felicity, Ohio. 
Octavus S. Goodwin, Felicity, Ohio. 
Mrs. Mary H. Curran, Bangor, Me. 
Nahum H. Goodwin, E. Lebanon, Me. 
Charles Chander Goodwin, Haseltine, Ky. 
Benjamin F. Goodwin, Water vi lie, Me. 
James H. Goodwin, Cincinnati Ohio. 
J. M. Goodwin, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



THE GOODWINS OF KITTERY, MAINE. 107 



ERRATA. 



Barring a few typographical errors which will slip in, like 
1528 for 1828 in last line on page 20, the only serious error 
is, of course, with Thomas 37. I have had no end of trouble 
with this man and now the printer has married him to his 
brother's wife. In the Children, page 34, fourth line, the 

name, Sarah , should be opposite 36 Elisha, and not on 

the next lower line, opposite 37 Thomas. 



INDEX. 



Abbot— page. 

Abbott— 

33, 34 

Catherine, 48 

Elizabeth 30, 33, 70 

Hannah, 37, 48 

John 58, 99 

Katherine, 50 

Mehitable, 51 

Rachel, 58 

Rosanna, 96 

Thomas, 34, 91 

Adams— 

Elizabeth, 15 

Henry 17 

Lydia, 15 

Ainsworth— 

Polly, 93 

Akin— 

Sabrie (Goodwin), 97 

T. C, 97 

Alden 

Elizabeth Jane, 101 

John, 17 

Lucy, 53 

Allan— 

Harriet Lucinda, 96 

Andrews— 

William, 79 

Appleby— 

Levi, 49 

Thomas, 49 

Arey— 

Caroline M., 87 

Ashton— 

Benjamin 47 

Atherton— 

Lucia (Williams), 73 

Atkinson— 

Sarah 72 

Avery— 

Lucy, 50 



Ayres— page.. 

Abigail, 18, 19 

Ellis 31. 

Ephraim, 19' 

Bacon— 

Fanny, 20' 

Barker— 

Dorothy , Ill 

Ellen, 22 

Emily 22 

Jonn, 22. 

Martin R 21, 22- 

Barnes— 

Isaac, 9 

Tobias, 100 

Beal— 

Zachariah, 62 

Bedel— 

John, 58 

Sallie (Newell) 58- 

Bennet— 

Bennett— 

Elizabeth, 46- 

Oren, 46 

William,] 61 

Berry— 

Diana (Bunker), 64 

Elbridge, 64 

EllaA 63, 64 

BlCKFORD— 

Helen, 24 

Lucy 63 

Sarah, 15 

Billings— 

Asenath 51 

Black— 

JohnC, 105 

Blaisdell— 

Abigail, 28 

Blake— 

Dearborn F., 53- 



110 



INDEX. 



Blanchahd- page. 
Allice, 55 

Bolton— 

Lucy A., 23 

Bond— 

Thomas 61 

Boothy— 

86 

Bracy— 

Mary 18, 19 

Bradbury— 

Jacob 79 

Joanna 53 

. Joseph, 53, 79 

.Mary (Garland), 53 

Moses, 53 

Bradford— 

Joseph M., 40 

Bragdon— 

Anna (Rushton), . 63 

Isabella... 44, 45 

Matthias, 16 

Bramhall— 

Elizabeth 20 

Briery— 

Jennie, 88 

Uriah 88 

Brown— 

Abigail 72 

Ephraim, . 72 

Huldah (Richardson) 72 

Bunker— 

Diana, 64 

Mary, 52 

BURBANK— 

Esther 86 

Burling— 

Nellie, 73 

BURNAM— 

James, 75 

BURNHAM— 

Jacob, 80 

Mary, 20 

BUTLAND— 

Elisha 76 

Ivory, 76 



Butler— page. 

Elizabeth, 29, 33, 70 

Mary 38, 48 

Mehitable, 48, 49 

Moses, 19,20, 56 

Pelatiah, 38 

Sarah, 18, 19 

Thomas 48 

Buttrick— 

MaryM., 40 

Buzzell — 

Clarinda, 72, 73 

Cain— 

Eunice, . . 86 

Carll— 

Esther,.. .. .' 86 

Esther (Burbank) 86 

Nathaniel 86 

Olive, 87 

Carter— 

Patty, 93 

Chace— 

Sarah Cole, 72 

Chadbourne— 

Patience, 9 

Thomas, 44 

William, 9 

Chadwick — 

William 34 

Chandler— 

Lucina, 72 

Chase— 

Benjamin, 45 

Chick— 

Joseph, 97 

Clark— 

— , 47, 71 

Elizabeth, 84 

John, 72 

Thomas 71 

William, 99 

Clason— 

Oliver B., 88 

Clement— 

Anna, 44, 45 

Mollie, 93 

Clemmons— 

Phoebe, 16 



INDEX. 



Ill 



Clinkard— page. 
95 

Clough— 

Noah, 15 

Thomas 15 

ClAR— 

Bailey, 80 

Cole— 

George N„ 63 

Jonathan 42 

COLLYER— 

Mary, 21 

Cook— 

, 52 

Cooper— 

Alexander, 52 

Elizabeih, 55 

Esther 46 

John. 33 

Moses, 32 

•Copp — 

Sarah 28 

-Cousins— 

Salome, 71 

Thomas, 11 

•Cram— 

Ann 49 

Craft— 

Content Lucretia, 103 

Crafts— 

Mary, 28 

Cummings— 

Louisa, ' 24 

Lydia 21 

CURRAN— 

Mary H., 106 

N. F., , 23 

-Currier— 

Sarah, 84 

Curtis— 

John, 63 

Joseph, 50 

William W., 60 

CUSHING— 

John, 60 

CUTTS— 

Foxwell Curtis, 38 



Dalton— page. 
Margaret, 17 

Davis— 

, 32 

Andrew, 90 

JohnN., 27, 33 

Lot, 73 

Mary, 90 

Nancy 91 

Nicholas, 53 

Sarah 10, 18, 53 

Timothy, 33 

Day— 

Susan, 71 

Dearborn— 

Jane, 21 

John, 20 

Dewey— 

George (Admiral) 40 

George Goodwin 41 

Julius T 41 

Susan (Goodwin) 41 

Thomas 41 

DlCKING — 

Anna 24 

Dodd— 

P., 96 

DORMAN— 

Huldah, 20 

Douglass— 

Charlotte, — 74 

Mary, 21, 24 

Miss S. Frank, 23 

Dow- 
Ruth 52 

DOWNES— 

Mary, 50 

Phoebe 50 

Downing— 

Benjamin, 71 

Elizabeth (Fabians) 71 

Susannah 71 

Drew— 

Charity H 

Dudley— 

Clara Helen, 63 

Dunbar— 

83 

Polly, 84 



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INDEX. 



Dunham— page. 
Lydia, : 76 

Dunning— 

Isaac, 22 



Dunton— 

Calvin, 71 

Nellie F 71 



Durgin— 

James, 

John Hoi t.,. 



Dyer— 

Mary, 20 



Earl see Hearle- 



■ , 85 

Sarah 14 

Eastman— 

Clara, 73 

Elliott— 

Maxime, 87 

Samuel, 53 

Sarah 39 

Ellison — 

Almeda Frances 23 

Edward, 21, 22 

Helen Mills 23 

Mary Harris 23 

Sarah Elizabeth, 23 

Emery— 

Adah (Tidy) 45 

Anne 92 

Anthony, 16 

Daniel, 16 

Daniel C 16 

David, 12 

Elizabeth, 35 

Elizabeth (Mendum) 92 

Hannah, 16, 44, 45 

James K., 73 

Job, 61 

Joshua 45 

Mary , 54 

Nellie F., 85 

Polly, 100 

Simeon, ■ 92 

William, 59 

Zachery, 9 

ESTES— 

Huldah (Frost), 52 

ESTEY— 

Martha, 79 



Eustis— PAGE'- 

Lydia 21, 22- 

Evans— 

Dorcas, 79- 

Elisha, 97 

Fabians— 

Elizabeth, 7t 

Fairfield— 

John 38 

Fall— 

Experience 50' 

Farley— 

Delia A., 75. 

Farnham, 

Dorthy, 21, 23. 

Kias , 50 

Farnum— 

Susannah, 93 



63" 



Fellows— 

Rebecca, 9fr 

Ferguson— 

Dennis, 35 

Hannah, 35- 

Polly 35 

Fernald— 

Alice, 35- 

Mary 62 

Fifield— 

Sarah 90 

Forbes— 

Anna Eliza (Robinson) 104 

James 104 

Mary Elizabeth 104 

Thomas Richard 104 

Ford— 

Betsy 91 

Elisabeth, 91 

Jemima, 82 

Mary, 91 

Mollie 91 

William 91 

Foster— 

Judith M., 35. 36 

LauraS., 22 

Ruth, 36 

Ruth A., 35, 36 

Warren 36 



INDEX. 



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FOY— PAGE. 

Eunice, 48, 49 

Freeman— 

Gideon, 92 

Frost— 

, 55 

Huldah 52 

Mary, 

William, 39 

Wingate, 20 

Furbish— 

Eliza Ida., 41 

Furbush— 

Joseph, ;. 16 

William, 60 

Gale— 

George, 63 

Garland— 

Mary, 53 

GATCHEIi — 

Elizabeth 45 

Eunice, 44 

George— 

Sarah P., 74 

Gerrish— 

Anna, , , 39 

Anna (Thompson) 39 

Anna Thompson 39 

Elizabeth ( Waldron) 39 

Joanna (Goodale) 39 

John, 39 

Joseph, 39 

Sarah (Elliot), 39 

Timothy, 39 

William, 39 

Gilman— 

, 51 

Goodale— 

Joanna 39 

Gooding— 

Davis, 19 

Gideon, . 31 

James, 25, 29, 91 

Margaret, 25, 91 

Mary 26, 33 

Sarah, 25, 91 

Goodrich— 

Mary, 50 

Olive, 50 

Sallie, .► 50 



Goodridge— page. 

John 59 

Joshua 59 

Nathan 59 

Goodwin— 

Aaron 28, 6i. 62, 72. ',_ 

Abbie M 36 

Abbie Rice, 40 

Abigail 11, 12, 15, 16, 35, 44, 

48, 49. 50, 61, 62, 70, 91,92, 94, 99 

Abiga il Brown 73 

Abigail H., 62 

Abiel V 

Abijah, 13 

Abraham 15, 16 

Adam 20, 47. 50. 56, 57, 85 

Alanson, 93 

Albert 60; 96 

Alice,, 71 

Alice Louisa, 74 

Alice Peabody III., 54 

Almon V.. 74, 75. 10(3 

Alpheus 46, 98 

Amaziah, 18,19,20,52. 56 

Amos, 45, 46 

Amos Wallingl'ord, 44. 45 

Amy, 10, 11, 14, 47, 57, 94 

Andrew, 44,79, 85 

Andrew Davis 90 

Ann -. 10, 11. 16, 47 

Anna 35, 44, 46. 53, 105 

Anna Harriet, . v 43 

Anna Thompson 40 

Anne, 92 

Asa 80, 81. 82, 93 

Asa Young, 92 

Augustus, 46 

Bartholomew, 15, 18 19, 20, 70 

Benjamin, 14, 15, 18. 19. 31. 49,50, 

58, 59, 60, 71, 79, 80, 87, 88, 92, 99, 101 

Benjamin F., 60, 61, 106 

Betsy, 44. 45, 1)0 

Bial, 32, 33 

Bonaparte Levi, 92, 93 

Bridget IV., V 

Burton W. , 64 

Caleb, 11, 12 

Calvin, 60 

Calvin Swallow, 96 

Captain, V., 13, 14, 15. IS, 26, 27, 

28, 29. 30. 32, 33, 36, 42, 48. 57, 

59, 88, 91. 98 105 

Caroline, 82 

Caroline E., s7 

Caroline . Wendell 42 

Carl), 8J 

Charity, :...34, 50, 88 

Charles, 13, 

47, 48, 50, 55, 62, 92, 96, 100. 101 



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Goodwin— Con. page. 

Charles Chandler 82, 106 

Charles H., 60 

Charles Henry, 96 

Charles J 46 

Charlotte R 74 

Christopher, V., VII., 95, 101 

Clara Kenrick, 54 

ClarenceW., 58 

Clarissa, 88, 97 

Clement, 76 

Cynthia 82 

Daniel, III., IV., VII., 9, 10, 11, 
12, 13, 15, 20, 24, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 
32. 34, 35, 39. 41, 46, 50, 56, 69, 70, 
76, 77, 79, 80, 83, 90, 91, 94, 95. 96, 

97, 99, 100, 102 

Daniel Raynes, 40, 42 

Daniel Rodman, 43 

Daniel Tibbetts 28 

Darins 60 

David 31,91,93, 98 

Davis 18, 19 

Deborah, 79, 80 

Deliverance, 48 

Delia 60 

Dollie, 60, 93 

Dominicus 38, 39, 44 

Dorcas, 49, 52 

Dosie, 93 

Downing, 70, 71, 72 

E. P 106 

Ebenezer, : 51, 62 

Edmund, 51, 62 

Edward, VII., 87, 98 

Effle Sophia, 36 

Eleanor 103, 104 

Elijah 48, 49,50, 92 

Eliphalet, 89, 90 

Eliphalet Perkins 63.64, 106 

Elisha 27, 34, 35, 38, 59, 85, 86, 87 

Eliza 53, 92, 93, 95 

Eliza Ann 62 

Eliza F 35 

Elizabeth, 9, 13, 14, 27, 33, 34, 35, 
36, 38, 39, 46, 47, 50, 52, 58, 59, 60. 
61, 71, 79, 88, 90, 92, 93, 95, 97, 99, 

100 102 

Elizabeth Jane, 53 

Elizabeth Warren, 36 

Ella E 95 

Ellen Frances, 54 

Emeline, 73 

Emiry 45 

Ephraim, 57, 86 

Ephraim Henry, 73 

Esther 55, 97 

Eugene, 73 

Eunice, 30' 31, 45, 49, 59, 86, 



Goodwin— Con. page. 

87,88, 103 

Fanny, 92 

Fanny E., 41 

Frances, 16, 42 

Francis Jones, 74 

Francis W., 63 

Frank, 40, 106 

Frank Morrow, . . 104 

George, 13, 18, 19, 20, 60, 87, 90, 

95 

George Brown, 74 

George Clark, 84, 85 

George K., 51, 106 

George Keely Holliday, 104 

George M., 63 

George Peabody 73 

Georgette Cumming 40 

Gideon 30, 31, 36, 88 

Grace,. 60 

Hannah, 15, 16, 27, 30, 31, 35, 38, 

39, 44, 45,47, 58, 59, 71, 72, 76, 90, 98 

Hannah Brown, 73 

Hannah Jane, 40 

Harold V., 43, 106 

Harriet 45, 81 

Helen Lydia, 60 

Henry, 30, 35,51,55, 96 

Henry C 63 

Henry Herrick, 74 

Henry Smith, 43 

Pepzibah B., 63 

Hetty R., 42 

Hezekiah Rees, 102 

Hilda Hawthorn, 75 

Hiram F., 100 

Hope, 40 

Horace B., 72, 73 

Huldah, 52 

Humphrey, 38, 51 

Ichabod, 32, 33, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 

43, 44, 50, 59, 60 

Iola Z., 60 

Irene Dole (Pike) 96 

Isaac, 82, 88 98 

Isaac B., 100 

Isabella, 45, 46 

Ivory 62, 63 

Ivory Butland, 76 

J.M., 106 

Jacob, 50, 55, 93, 97 

James, 9, 10, 11, 15, 20, 24, 25, 26, 
27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 
38, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 56, 58, 
77, 82, 83, 86, 89, 91, 94, 95, 96, 98, 

100, 102 

James A., 28 

James H., 82, 106 

James Hewins 96 



INDEX. 



115 



Goodwin— Con. page. 

James J V., VII.. 106 

James Scamman 44 

James Sylvester, 36,82, 89 

Jane, 92 

Jedediah, 44, 45, 46, 55 

Jeremiah, .... 20, 34, 35, 46, 48, 50, 

51, 70, 91 

Jesse, 94 

John, II., III., VII,, 13, 14, 15, 
16, 18, 27, 28, 29, 39, 45, 47, 51, 
57, 58, 70, 72, 73, 76, 77, 79. 80, 

81, 83, 88,94, 95, 97 101 

John Fabians, 71 

John L 69 

John M., 81, 83, 106 

John Merrill 82 

John Munroe, 73, 74 

John Reeves, 101, 102 

John S., VI., 105 

John Samuel, Title page, 104 

J. West 82 

Jonathan, 15, 81, 82, 84, 85, 93, 96, 100 

Jonathan K., 88 

Jordan, 39, 88 

Joseph, 51, 52, 53, 58, 59, 60, 76, 

88, 95, 96 98 

Joseph Gerrish, 40, 41 

Joseph Haley, 72 

Joseph Morrison, 58 

Joseph Russell, 61 

Joseph S., 60 

Joseph Stevens, 96 

Joseph Wilson 41 

Joshua, 13, 45, 70, 72, 76, 77 95 

Judith 52, 83, 97 

Julia A., 63 

Julia Hepp 42 

Katherine, 47 

Keturah, 18 

Keziah, 50 

Lemuel 50 

Leroy M. , 97 

Levi 97, 98 

Linda Anna, 96 

Lois, 59 

Louisa 20, 82 

Lucy Gardiner, 43 

LucyS 71 

Lutf ord, 98 

Lydia, 11, 13, 46, 50, 51, 58, 71. 72, 

91, 102 

Margaret, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 29, 44, 

45, 47, 55, 61, 82 

Margaret Shippen, 43 

Maria M., 60 

Mark, 79, 80 

Martha, 50, 51, 52, 58. 59, 61, 79 

Martha Rosalia, 53 



Goodwin— Con. page. 

Martha Wiles 103 

Mary, 11, 14, 15, 16, 20, 26, 27, 32, 
33, 34, 38, 44, 45, 46, 47, 59, 61, 
62, 70, 71, 72, 75, 79, 80, 81, 83, 

88, 95, 99, 102 103 

Mary Abby, , 74 

Mary Ann, 41, 87 

Mary Anna, 53 

Mary D., 64 

Mary CDavis), 90 

Mary Eliza 73 

Mary Elizabeth, 40 

Mary Evert, 42 

Mary H 63 

Mary Isabel 74 

Mary J., 60 

Mary Jane 35, 92 

Mary Merrick, 43 

Mehitable, 34, 37, 44, 50, 51, 56, 

71, 85, 86, 98 

Meriam, 57 

Merrill, 101 

Miles, 10, 11, 12, 18, 28, 29, 77,... 100 

Millard F., 74 

Minerva, 82 

Miriam Wilder, 75 

Mollie, 28, 33, 34, 49, 50, 58, 93 

Morris, ... 35 

Moses, 9, 28, 33, 34, 35, 37, 47, 56, 
58, 59, 61, 62, 72, 74, 77, 83, 84, 

85, 86 88 

Moses Bradbury, 53 

Myron Henry, 74 

Nahum 88 

NahumF., 88, 106 

*Nahum H„ 106 

Nancy 16, 44, 46, 80 

Nathan. . . 14, 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 88, 98 
Nathaniel, 10, 13, 14. 15, 35, 46, 

77, 81, 82, 92, 96 

Nat. C 87 

Nathaniel Carll, 87, 106 

Nehemiah 52 

Newton, . 72, 73 

Nicholas, 55 

Noah, 51, 52, 56 

Octavis S., 106 

Octavis Simeon 82 

Olive. 13, 14, 16, 32, 33, 34, 35, 44, 

50, 59, 76 88 

Olive Elizabeth, 41, 44 

Olive Jordan 40 

Olive Maria 73 

Olive P 38 

Ozias V.. VII 

*Error for Nahum F. Please cor- 
rect. 



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Goodwin— Con. page. 

Patience. 9, 48, 52, 61, 79 

Patty, 34, 93 

Paul. 13. 70. 75. 76. 77, 100 

Peggy 100 

Peletiah 55 

Peter Rich 75, 76 

Pheney 93 

Philena, 74 

Pheneas W , 60 

Phoebe, 61, 63, 82. 88 

Folly, 58. 97, 10! 

Priscella, 47 

Rachel, 47, 88 

Randolph 13 

Rebecca 60 

Reuben. 34, 37, 47, 48. 50, 85, 86, 

93 101 

Rueben H 85 

Richard IV., 'VII., 27, 28, 

77, 94, 98, 99 

Robert, 55, 99 

Robert James, 103 

Roger, 34 

Rosanna, 35 

Roxana 82 

Ruth, 47, 53 

Ruth Walker, 61 

Sabrie, 97 

Sallie, 28,38,45, 93 

Samuel, 10, 11, 16, 18, 20. 27, 28, 

29, 38, 40, 41, 44, 45, 46, 53, 60, 

70, 71, 72, 80, 81, 83, 84, 90, 93, 

98, 100, 102, 103 

Samuel A., 101 

Samuel Augustus, — 103 

Samuel George, 103 

Samuel Kittredge,..-. 82 

Sarah 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, .18, 19, 20, 
26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 
39, 44, 46, 48, 49, 56.. 59, 60, 62, 70, 

71, 72, 79, 80, 82, 85, 91, 97, 99 

Sarah A., 106 

Sarah Ann, 46, 82 

Sarah Blanchard, 54 

Sarah Elliott, 40 

Sarah Frances, 53 

Sarah (Hobbs), 46 

Sarah J., 60 

Sarah Park Rice, 40 

Sarah Rice, 41 

Sarah T., 63 

Schuyler, 36 

SewallL,., 76 

Shipway , 48, 50 

Silance, 93 

Silas, 44, 45 

Simeon, 50,79,80,82, 83 

Simon 49 



Goodwin— Con. page. 

Solomon, 14, 15 

Stephen 11. 12, 13 

Susan 72,82, 91 

Susan Austin, 55 

Susan Boardman, 40 

Susan Downing, 72 

Susan G 63 

Susanna 93 

Susannah, 30, 57, 71, 97 

Susie 31 

Sylvester 35 

Taylor 47, 57 

Thaddeus. 98 

Thomas. VI., 9, 10, 25, 27, 28, 29, 

30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 44, 

46, 56, 65, 69, 70, 71 . 72, 76, 77, 

' 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 93. 98, 99, 

100,101, 102, 107 

Thomas Aiken, 103 

Thomas T., 82 

Thomas Wallingford, 44 

Thomas Wells, 71 

Timothy, 51 . 53, 99 

Timothy F., 35 

Uriah 85 

W. W., 82, 106 

Warren Foster, V., 36, 106 

Wendell, 42 

Wilder, 75 

William, VII., 9, 15, 20, 47, 48, 49, 
51, 53, 55, 56, 58, 71, 76, 77, 90, 91, 

92. 94. 95, 98, 99, 102 

William Burton, 74 

William Frederick, Captain... III., 
V.. 13. 14, 15, 18. 26, 27, 28, 29, 
30, 32, 33, 36, 42, 48, 53, 54, 57, 
59, 88, 91, 98, 105. 

William Grandy 36 

William H., 88 

William Hobbs, V., 41, 42, 106 

WilliamR., 60 

William Ransdall, . . 104 

William Rees 103 

William Woodbury, 63, 64. 106 

Willoughby, . .51, 52, 80, 81, 83, 84, 92 

Winnifred, 60 

Woodbury, 63 

Zenette M., 60 

Gookin— 

Hannah, 44 

GORDEN— 

Pike, 71 

Gordon-.. 

Amos, 34 

Isabel, 35 



INDEX. 



117 



GOTWIN— PAGE. 

John, 98 

Goubie (Goudie)— 

Rachel 103 

Gould— 

Andrew W.,.....- 60 

Grandy— 

Gertrude (Schuyler) 36 

Lillian 36 

William, 36 

Grant— 

Elias, 61 

Grizzel 87 

Hepzibah, 91 

Nathaniel, 58. 99 

Olive 46 

Parthena 46 

Peter, 57 

Sarah, 58 

Gray— 

, 61 

Mathew 61 

Nehemiah, 44 

"Wallace W., 60 

Green— 

, 92 

Greenough— 

Arthur T., 42 

David S., 42 

Griffith— 

Sarah, 34, 37 

Gubtail— 

Alice, 57 

John, 48, 99 

Haley— 

Joseph, 70, 71 

Mary, 70, 71 

Hall— 

Dr 44 

Amanda, 88 

Henry H. , 36 

Sarah, 27, 9* 

Hamlin— 

72 

Martha, ." 72 

Hamilton— 

John 52 

Polly 45 



Hammond— page. 

Eunice (Foy), 48, 49 

Hancock— 

Ann, 52 

Hanson— 

Susan, 38 

Harden— 

Harlow, 89 

Harriman— 

David, 72 

Hasaltine— 

Ann (Hancock), 52 

Jonathan, 52 

Mary, 52 

Ruth (Dow), 52 

Timothy, 52 

Haskell— 

Martha Hubbard 13 

Hatch— 

Jeremiah P., 24 

Hayes— 

Elisha 27 

George W.,...^ 92 

Horace, 92 

Hazlett— 

Mary Eva (Pulman) 104 

Hearle— 

Herle, See Earl — 

Ethrinton, 47 

Sarah, 14, 99 

Herrick— 

Benjamin Jones, 74 

Harriet Proctor, 73, 74 

Mary Conant, 74 

Hicks— 

Mary, 32, 37, 85 

HlGHT— 

Temple, 38 

William 44 

Hill- 
Hills— 

Abigail, 43 

Elisha, 38 

Hannah, 38 

John, 38, 43 

Mary 74 

• Mary (Frost), 38 

Mary (Plaisted), 38 

Peter, 38 

Sally, 39 



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HlNKEL— PAGE. 

Caroline M. (Arey) 87 

Caroline R., 87 

John, 87 

Hinkley— 

Mary W 63 

Hobbs— 

Elizabeth 76 

Frances 40, 41 

James 41 

Joseph, 41 

Mollie (Morrill), 41 

Nathaniel, 39 

Sarah 34, 46 

William 41 

Wilson 40 

HODGDON— 

HODGSDON— 

HODSDON— 

Anna 27, 34 

Benjamin 50 

Betsy. 100 

Joseph 1Q 

Mahala, 46 

Polly 51 

Sarah 27,28, 79 

Thomas 44 

HOLDEN— 

Benjamin, 16 

Holmes— 

Jennie 22 

Joseph 50 

Hooper— 

Abigail, 14, 15 

Hepzibah, 59 

John, 15 

John Abbott 41 

Mary, 59 

Hubbard— 

Abigail, 62 

Elizabeth, 58 

Phillip, 9, 62 

Thomas, 58 

Humpage— 

Hannah, 42 

Huntington— 

Dollie 97 

Hutchins— 

Elizabeth, 79 

IDDINGS— 

Ann, 103 



Jackman— page" 

Jonathan, 93 

Mehitable, 93 

Jacobs— 

Samuel, 90 

Susannah, 76 

James— 

Lydia, 91 

Jamison— 

Clarissa (Searles), 96 

Jellison— 

Benjamin, 15 

Eliza, 46 

John, 14 

Olive 15 

Jenkins— 

Elizabeth, 31 

Jessup— 

Augustus, V 

Johnson— 

Noah 34 

Sarah Ann 41 

Tristram Fall, 41 

Jones— 

, 90 

Ebenezer, 100 

John 47 

Wealthy, 90 

Jordan— 

Hannah A., 100 

Louisa L., 101 

Meriam W., 101 

Kesh worth, 38 

Tristram, 38 

Keat- 

Keays— 

Elizabeth, 38 

Love 40 

Keely- 

John Wesley, 103 

Michael 103 

Susan Ann, 103 

Keene— 

, 86 

Eunice, 86 

Kepler— 

George, 102 

Kimball— 

Abigail, 15 

Daniel, 14 

Nehemiah, 28 

Sarah Louise, Ill 



INDEX. 



119 



•King— page. 

Emma or Eunice, 88 

Eunice 86 

KlNGSLEY— 

Eunice, 17 

John, 17 

Phineas, 17 

Kinney— 

Daniel, 55 

Knight— 

Elizabeth, 53 

Knowles— 

Elizabeth, 55 

John, 60 

Knowlton— 

Jeremiah 35 

Nathaniel, 35 

Knox— 

Lydia 51, 52 

Ladd— 

Tryphena, 83 

Lakin— 

Jane, 16 

Larrabee— 

Zebulon, 71 

Laskey— 

William, 87 

Laverdy— 

Salome, 52 

Law— 

George P., :. 63 

Leayitt— 

Hannah : .. 45 

Lestournean— 

L. J.,....: 54 

Lewis— 

Rev. George, V., 29 

Libby— 

, 90 

Anna 35 

Meriam, 57 

William, 47 

Ligett— 

Lydia, 102 

Linscott— 

Elizabeth, 58 



Little— page. 

John Webster, 59 

LlTTLEFIELD— 

, 59 

Eleanor 77 

Elizabeth, 38, 39 

Elias, 59 

Mehitable, 88 

Lock— 

Mehitable 28 

Samuel, 59 

Long— 

Hannah, 51 

Samuel, 59 

Lord — 

Alicia Sophia 41 

Benjamin, 85 

Elisha, 49 

Ephraim, , 62 

Eunice, ,37, 85 

Grizzel (Grant), 87 

Jeremiah, 87 

Lydia, 48, 50 

Mary, 31 

Nathan, 34 

Peggy 39 

Polly, 86 

Ruth, 86 

Sarah, &5, 62, 86, 87, 100 

Sewall Frank, 35 

Ltjnt— 

Jane, 21 

Lyman— 

Fred Gold, 74 

March— 

Ruth, 15 

Peltiah, 62 

Marden— 

Mehitable 98 

Sophia B., 72 

Marlott— 

James, 102 

Marshall— 

Mary 95 

Martin— 

Abigail 49 

Eunice, , 93 

Samuel 14 

Mason— 

Joel 16 



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McAdams— page. 

Mary, 103 

McGooch— 

Alexander, 34 

McIlvaine— 

Alexander Murray, 43 

Julia Murray, 43 

Mary (Olden), 43 

McKinley— 

Eleanor, 103 

Eleanor (Shaw), 103 

James. 103 

Rodger 103 

McKennan— 

, 55 

Melcher— 

George, 16 

Menduji— 

Elizabeth 92 

Merrick— 

Mary Randall 40, 42 

Samuel 42 

Merrill— 

Huldah (Dorman), 20 

John, 81 

Miller— 

, 82 

Daniel, 90 

Mary, 107 

Milliken— 

Emily R., 74 

Richard L 21, 22 

Mills— 

Abigail, 21 

Abner Hallowell, 21 

Albert Reed, 23 

Alice Farnham, 23 

Burritt P., 22 

Dorothy Farnham 23 

Edward Ellison, 22, 23 

Eligood, 20 

Emily Houston, 21 

Emily Snow, 23 

Ford Whitman, 21 

George Vaughan, 21, 23 

Hiram Francis, 21 

Innocence, 21 

Isaac Whitman, 22 

James Cohorn 21 

James Ellison, 21 



Mills.— Con. page, 

Joseph, 20, 21, 22 

Joseph Leonard, 22 

Lucy Garland 21, 22 

Lucy Milliken 23 

Luke, 24 

Luke Samuel, 21, 24 

Luther 24 

Maria Moulton, 21 

Mary Barker, 23 

Mai\y (Dyer), 20 

Mary Dyer 21, 22 

Mirada Helen 21, 23 

Miriam Hannaf ord, 21, 23 

Myron, 24 

Orra Whitman, 22 

Preserved Bray ton, 21 

Sarah Josephine, 22 

Susan Walker, 23 

Mince— 

Eunice, 97 

Moon— 

Eleanor (Wiles) 102 

Phineas, 102 

Moore— 

, 28 

, Colonel, 19 

Olive, 46 

More— 

William, 10 

Morrill— 

Mollie, 4i 

Morrison— 

Solomon, 59 

Morrow— 

Wilson , 103 

Morton— 

Nabby, 55 

Sallie, 55 

Moses— 

John, 60 

Moulton— 

Nancy (Perkins), 46 

Murphy— 

John, 63 

Mary 62 

Murray— 

Jennie, 74 

Susan, 88 



INDEX. 



121 



Nason— page. 

Aaron, 55 

Benjamin, 57, 79 

Elizabeth, 47, 57 

Martha, 13, 57, 79 

Mary, 100 

Nathan, 100 

Polly (Emery), 100 

Robert, 50 

Sarah, 14 

Neal— 

Richard, 35 

Sarah, 45 

New— 

Myrus 63 

Newell— 

Mary Ann 92 

Sally 58 



Ober— 

Mary S. 



24 



Olden— 

Mary Cowperthwaite 43 

Page— 

Ruth 85, 90 

Uriah 61 

Paine— 

Caroline M 21 

Palmer— 

Benjamin Jones 53 

Parker— 

Abigail 40 

Patch— 

James 31 

John 59 

Patten— 

Carrie F 74 

Fatton— 

Robert 30 

Patterson— 

Robert 79 



Paul- 



Co! 



mi 
39 
35 



Abigail T 

Dorcas 35 

Jeremiah 101 

Rebecca (Quimby) 101 



Peabody— page- 

Alice (Blanchard) 55 

Ellen Noyes 53, 55 

Kendall Osgood 55 

Sarah Blanchard 53 

Pearson— 

Eunice 102 

Peck— 

Charles 97 

Mary 69 

Peirce— 

Martha 30 

Penhallow— 

Sarah 35- 

Penn— 

William 103- 



Pentecost— 
James B 



92 



Perkins— 

Brayton Mills 24 

Elizabeth (Littlefleld) 38, 39 

Frank Cummings 24 

Henry 50 

John 39 ■ 

John Douglass 24 

Joseph 50 

Manning Ellis 24 

Mary Tapley 24 

Nathaniel 21, 23 

PhebeJarvis 24 

Pickering— 

Evaline 35 



Pierce— 
Elsie . 



Pike— 



Irene Dole 
Thomas 



55 



48 



92 



Plaisted— 

Ichabod 39 

Mary, 15, 38 

Mehitable, 9, 28, 32 

Roger 15, 32 



Potter— 

Anthony, . 



93 



Pratt— 

Lydia, 72: 



122 



INDEX. 



Pray- page. 

Elizabeth 85 

Mary, 39 

Preble— 

Abraham 16 

Benjamin 18 

Judith 10, 18 

Pritchabd— 

Sarah 58, 59 

PUGSLEY— 

Otis 59 

PURRINGTON— 

James, 52 

PUTMAN— 

Mary Eva, 104 

Putnam— 

Israel 40 

Quimby— 

Rebecca, 101 

Raitt— 

John . . 35 

Rand— 

Sarah 51 

Rees— 

Catherine, 102 

David, 102 

Lydia 102 

Remick— 

Mary 34 

Rice— 

Abigail (Parker) ,. . . 40 

Sarah Parker, 40 

William, 40 

Rich— 

Elizabeth, 75 

Mary 75 

Peter, 75 

RlGHARDSON— 

Elisha, 72 

Eliza 72 

Huldah, 72 

RlCKER— 

Maturin 19 

Simeon, 49 

Stephen 71 

RlSHWORTH— 

Edward, 16 



Roberts — page. 

Daniel, 90 

Elizabeth, 63 

James 52 

Nancy, 59 

Simeon, 52 

Robinson— 

Anna Eliza 104 

Rogers— 

Agnes, 39 

Mehitable Ringe 42 

Ross- 
Elizabeth Stanley, 16 

Hugh 16 

James 16 

Joanna Ricker, 16 

Jonathan, 16 

Joseph Phinney, 16 

Mary Goodwin, 16, 17 

Samuel Goodwin 16 

Sarah Phinney, 16 

Rounds— 

Charlotte (Douglass) 74 

Daniel 74 

Jane 72, 74 

Rowe— 

Patty, 



20 



Ruggles— 

AUcia, 

Emmeline, 

Eunice (Kingsley) 

Francis Dunbar, 

Henry, 

Henry Bond, 16, 

Henry Stoddard 17, 

Horace Cheney, 

John, 

Julia Parker, 

Louisa Kingsley, 

Lucia Dalton, 

Mabel Lyman 

Marguerite . 

Mary Elizabeth, 

Mary Rosamond, 

Samuel, 

Thomas 



106 

8 
7 



RUSHTON— 

Anna, 63 

Russell— 

Hannah, 93 

John 35 



Ryan- 



James, 17 



INDEX. 



123 



Kyan— Con. PAGE. 

Margaret (Dalton) 17 

Mary Elizabeth 17 

William 17 

Rymes— 

Dorothy, 98 

Sanders— 

Sarah, 9 

Sawyer— 

Lucy, 45 

Scamman— 

Elizabeth 33, 38 

Humphrey, 38 

Schuyler— 

Gertrude, 36 

Searles— 

Clarissa, 96 

Seaver— 

Joseph W., 

Seward— 

Abigail 10, 25, 29, 70 99 

Shackley— 

Mary, 58 

Thomas, 58 

Shapleigh— 

, 32 33 

Alexander, 34 

Shaw— 

Eleanor, 103 

Jonathan, 16 

Shepherd— 

Andrew, 86 

Sherburn— 

Love, 38 

Sherman— 

Lucy, 16 

Shermerhorn— 

George B 73 

Shockley— 

Eunice, 20 

Hannah 34 

Richard 99 

Simpson— 

Catharine 46 

Nancy G.,. 35 

Theophilus, 35 



Small— page. 

L. W., 73 

Smith— 

Jane, 90 

Judith (Preble) 10 18 

Mary A,, 16 

Mary (McAdams) 103 

Persis 90 

Snow— 

Elvira 16 

Souther— 

Moses, 38 

Spear— 

Rhoda, 41 

Spencer— 

Margaret, 9 

Patience (Chadbourne) 9 

Simeon 50 

Thomas, 9 

William Canfield, 43 

Stackpole— 

Hannah, 79 

Stanton— 

Joanna 50 

Stevens 

72 

Abigail 97 

Hannah 93 

Lydia 93 

Nathaniel 97 

Stone— 

Abigail 47 48 

Daniel 9, 45, 48 

Patience (Goodwin) 48 

Sarah 48, 49 

Stoner— 

Samuel 40 

Storner— 

Lucy 71 

Swallow— 

Sarah Anna 95, 96 

Swett— 

Asenath (Billings) 51 

Tapley— 

George 23 

Tarbox— 

Abigail 48, 49 



124 



INDEX. 



Taylor— page. 

76 

Abigail 9, 61 

Deliverance 9. 47 

John 47, 61 

Martha 47, 61 

Teal— 

Thomas 45 

Thatcher— 

Annie 92 

Thomas— 

John 83 

Thompson— 

Ann 9, 10 

Anna 39, 44 

Betsy 44 

Lydia 48, 51 

Mehitable 47, 56 

Miles 10, 26, 56 

Sarah 9, 26 

William 39 

TIBBETTS-- 

Elizabeth 88 

Keziah 27 

Nancy 28 

Sarah 15 

Tidy— 

Adah 45 

Tilden— 

Nathaniel 16 

Towne— 

Rachel 88 

TOWNSEND— 

80 

Travers— 

Henry, IV 

Trickey— 

Isaac 28 

Trip— 

Mary, 87 

True— 

Reuben, 90 

Tukesbury— 

Tupper— 

, 59 

TURBET— 

Peter 9 



TUTTLE— PAGE, 

Eunice, or Judith, 97 

Twist— 

Jonathan, 93 

Tyler— 

Dr. Lyon G., V 

Underwood— 

Abigail, 49 

Varney— 

David, 50 ! 

Vaughan— 

Benjamin, 42 

James 23 

Vining— 

John, 90 

Wadleigh— 

Alice, 91 

Olive, 91 

Waldron— 

Elizabeth, 39 

Wakefield— 

•Abigail, 14, 

Gideon, 14 

Israel, 15 

Nathaniel, 14 

Walker— 

Asa, 61 

Hannah, 31 

Louisa J., 60 61 

Olive, 99 

Ruth J 61 

Wallingford— 

Abigail (Hill) 43 

Elizabelh, 44 

Margaret 33 44, 

Mary, 38 43 

Thomas, 43 

Warner— 

George, 92 

William Pierson, 42 

Warren— 

, 61 

Asa 92 

Elizabeth 51 52 

Eunice, 58 

James, 52 

John 58 

Nancy (Harvey) 45 

Sallie, 52 



INDEX. 



125 



Wasson— page. 

Nancy L., :.'l 23 

Waterhouse— 

Theophilus, 71 

Waters— 

Henry F., III., IV., V 

Webster— 

Grace L., 74 

Weeks— 

Eliza, 60 

Lydia, 60 

Phineas, 60 

Welch— 

— , 84 

Josephus, 60 

Wells — 

Hannah, 25, 69, 70 72 

John 69 

Mary (Peck) 69 

Sarah, 93 

Wendell— 

Jacob, 42 

Mary Evert 41 

Mehitable (Rogers) 42 

Wentworth— 

Ichabod, 71 

Nancy, 100 

Weymouth— 

Elizabeth 30 

Wheelwright— 

John 16 

White— 

Mary 14 63 

Whitehouse— 

, 92 

Elisha, 38 

George W., 92 

Joseph 31 

Richard, 58 

Whitman— 

Charles H., 104 

Whitney— 

W. Scott, 21 

Whitten— 

Caroline, 63 

Levi, 72 



WlLBER— PAGE 

Flora, 24 

Wilder— 

Delia A. (Farley) 75 

John N., 75 

Mary Marvin 74 75 

Maud, 7) 75 

Wiles— 

Eleanor, 102 

Eleanor (McKinley) 103 

John, 103 

WlLLEY— 

Deacon, 60 

Mercy, 59 60 

Williams— 

mcia 73 

WlLLOUGHBY— 

Patience, 28, 47 51 

Winder— 5 

William A., 40 

Window— 

Richard, IV 

Winn— 

Ebenezer. 38 

Wise— 

Rev. Jeremiah 30 



Isaac 60 



Worchester— 

Elizabeth 21 



Workman— 
Eleanor, 



95 



Wyman— 

Henry Harrison 63 

Mary (White) 63 

Nancy W , 63 

Prudence, 13 100 

Wynne— 

Dr. Thomas 103 



Yaw— 

Abbie J., 15 

Y EATON- - 

Hannnah, 72 

Mollie, i".' 

Young— 

David, 52 



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To the Reader: 

Tour Goodwin family was such a prolific one that in com- 
piling the records of even five generations I have overshot the 
mark and exhausted the guaranty fund by quite a little sum. 
Besides that, I would like to be able to bind a number of 
copies in cloth for presentation to the various public libraries. 
This all takes cash. If you have not already made a contribu- 
tion, suppose you do so now. The postage and binding will 
be about $1.00 per volume. Send what you can and postage 
for as many copies of the pamphlet as you wish. If all help 
a little the burden will be light. 

Yours truly, 

Chicago, Aug. 15, 1898. John S. Goodwin, 

301 The Temple, 

184 La Salle St. 



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