Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of Kittery

GOODWIN

1. WILLIAM-

m. MARGERY ______
will 16 Mar. 1528/9-20 May 1531 Blofield, Norfolk

Issue-

  • 2I. JOHN- b.c.1510, m.c.1537 ALICE ______ (bur. 22 Feb. 1565/6 Blofield), d. before 7 Jan. 1562/3
  • II. William-
  • III. Roger-
  • IV. John- the younger, living in 1528/9

    Ref:

    Archdeaconry of Norfolk Wills- 1529-36, fol.118
    Early Settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire- William Haslet Jones, NEHGR, Vol.141, p.123


    2I. JOHN (WILLIAM 1)

    b.c.1510
    m.c. 1537 ALICE ______ (bur. 22 Feb. 1565/6 Blofield, Norfolk)
    d. before 7 Jan. 1562/3

    Issue-

  • I. Thomas- b.c.1538, d.s.p. bur. 7 Jan. 1562/3 Blofield, will 6 Jan.-29 Jan. 1562/3
  • II. John- b.c.1540, m.c.1564 Elizabeth ______ (bur. 11 Dec. 1616 Blofield), bur. 29 Apr. 1593 Blofield, will 25 Apr.-20 Aug. 1593
  • III. Ciceley- b.c.1542, m. 22 Jan. 1566 Blofield, William Cook
  • 3IV. FRANCIS- b.c.1544, m.1. KATHERINE ______ (bur. 25 Sept. 1574 Hemblington, Norfolk), 2. 12 Oct. 1585 Hemblington Joan ______ (m.1. ______ Lynes, bur. 7 Mar. 1610/1 Ranworth, Norfolk), bur. 25 June 1602 Hemblington
  • V. Myles- bpt. 8 Sept. 1546 Blofield, m. 16 June 1574 Blofield, Sisley Bernard, bur. Sept. 1619 Blofield
  • VI. Elizabeth- bpt. 12 Jan. 1548/9 Blofield, d.s.p.
  • VII. Edmund- bpt. 8 Jan. 1550/1 Blofield, d.s.p.
  • VIII. James- bpt. 8 Jan. 1550/1 Blofield, m. 27 Apr. 1578 Blofield, Sisley Lysinge
  • IX. Joan- bpt. 29 Jan. 1557/8 Blofield, bur. 8 Feb. 1557/8

    Ref:

    Norwich Consistory Court- 211 Knights
    Archdeaconry of Norfolk Wills- 86 Holmes
    Parish Registers- Blofield, Hemblington, & Ranworth, Norfolk
    Early Settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire- William Haslet Jones, NEHGR, Vol.141, pp.123-4


    3IV. FRANCIS (WILLIAM 1, JOHN 2)

    b.c.1544 Blofield, Norfolk
    m.1. KATHERINE ______ (bur. 25 Sept. 1574 Hemblington, Norfolk)
    2. 12 Oct. 1585 Hemblington, Joan ______ (m.1. ______ Lynes, bur. 7 Mar. 1610/1 Ranworth, Norfolk)
    bur. 25 June 1602 Hemblington, Norfolk

    "21 June 1602- the will of Francis Goodwyn of Hemlyngton in the county of Norfolk, husbandman... to my wife Joan two of my best milk cows, and one young heifer, my sorrel ambling mare colt, my red ambling gelt colt, ten wethers and five ewes, one of my best skeps with bees, one shock cart with steel wheels, one good plow with the irons therto belonging with sufficient furniture and trace belonging to a plow, one pair of cart trace appertaining to a pynn or hand hoist, one chillers trace and furniture, one pair of harrows and harrowing trace and collars to them, five combs of good wheat and three combs of good barley or malt, to be taken out of my crop of corn now growing and to be delivered by my son John out of the crop, one half of all my wool, and one half the cloth that is or shall be made of this year's wool, the other half to son John... in default of their consent, to be divided at discretion of my neighbor Henry Black and William Goodwyn of Burlingham... milk neats shall remain as now they be, to be pastured... until the feast of St. Michael Archangel next... profits and produce towards maintenance of my wife, children, rest of my household and workmen, wife to have the government therof... to wife two of my best hogs, two of my best young shoats, 10 geese and a gander, six hens and a cock, six ducks and one drake, all to be kept with the rest of my swine and fouls at said farm till the feast of St. Margaret... to said wife all such stuff of household as were her own before her marriage to me, my best featherbed, my best pair of sheets, and a blanket and bolster, my best covering, etc... said Henry and William and my cousin Thomas goodwyn of Ranworth... remainder to son John except my brew and dye vessels which are to be divided betwixt them... to son John the farm now in my occupation in Hemblington and Burlyngham, and all such plows, carts, harrows and other implements not heretofore given or hereafter, also all the rest of my bees and bee skeps, four of my best work mares and geldings, my bay horse foal, three weanling calves and five milk neat... children and servants shall have such sheep and lambs which are among my sheep but are known to be their own, rest to son John... wife to have one weanling calf, son John to have one steer and one heifer now at market paying the toll due for their feed... to Peter Goodwyn my son £5 to be paid by son John in Hemblington church porch within two years... to Elias Goodwyn my son £5 within 4 years... to Frances Goodwyn my daughter £3 within five years... to Susan my daughter 20s. after age of 21... to Mary my daughter £3 at age 21... to said Susan my daughter my little brindle cow... to Margaret my daughter the wife of Robert Page my black cow known by the name of the marsh cow... to Sampson my son my young bay colt and to Elias my son my bay mare colt... to Peter my son my young gray colt... John upon reasonable request to be made at my now mansion house in Hemblinlgton within 21 days next after my decease shall become bound by obligation formal... John to pay Robert Lynes all such debts as I do owe him... to the maintencance of the parish church of Hemblington 40d., to the poor 40d.... to wife all crops upon any of my lands in Ranworth and Panxforth which I now hold in the right of my wife... rest of my goods and movables unbequeathed except armour and weapons which I give to my son John, to executors whom I ordain and make: Johan my wife, and Sampson Goodwyn my son."(1)

    Witnesses were William Goodwyn, John Robinson, clerk, Thomas Goodwyn and Henry Black.

    In her will dated 8 Feb. 1610/1 Joan Goodwyn of Raynworth, widow, asked that she be buried in Raynworth chruchyard and left: "to son Robert Lynes lands in Raynworth and Panxforth... to my son Sampson Goodwyn £20... to daughter Elizabeth £3, a red cow, ewe sheep, etc.... to daughter Susan Goodwyn £5, a calf, son Robert Lyne to keep till a young cow... to daughter Mary Goodwyn £5 and one weaned black calf... ewe sheep, etc.... to daughter Elizabeth Sadd 20s.... to Francis Downing 20s... to Sampson Goodwyn flock transom bed, blanket, sheets, cushion pillow, pillow bere, table cloth and napkins and tree pieces of pewter... to Elizabeth Lynes a feather bed... to Susan Goodwyn a bedstead... and down covering, latten candlestick... to Mary Goodwyn featherbed, feather transom, flock, etc... and a white coffer and all in it to be parted with her sister Susan except to daughter Elizabet Lynes one sheet. Residue to son Robert Lynes, he to be executor."(2)

    The will was witnessed by Robert Benskyn, Thomas Redditch the younger, and Thomas Wright.

    Issue- first seven children by Katherine, last three by Joan.

  • I. Thomas- bpt. 5 Apr. 1568 Blofield, d.s.p.
  • 4II. MARGARET- bpt. 23 Apr. 1570 Ranworth, m. 16 July 1598 Hemblington, ROBERT PAGE (b.c.1577, will 1 July- 23 July 1617 Ormesby, Norfolk)
  • III. John- bpt. 20 Aug. 1571 Ranworth, m.1. 18 Jan. 1601/2 Hemblington, Elizabeth Kypping, 2. 28 Oct. 1602 Hemblington, Bridget Beckyt, bur. 5 July 1617
  • IV. James- bpt. 21 Mar. 1571/2 Blofield, bur. 21 Sept. 1574
  • V. Francis- bpt. 5 Aug. 1576 Blofield
  • VI. Peter- bpt. 23 May 1578 Blofield
  • VII. Elias- bpt. 30 Mar. 1581 Blofield
  • VIII. Susan- bpt. 9 Sept. 1586 Hemblington, d.s.p., will 21 May 1614- 22 May 1615 Ranworth
  • IX. Sampson- bpt. 17 Feb. 1588/9, living in 1610
  • X. Mary- bpt. 27 Mar. 1592, m. 11 Oct. 1613 Ranworth, Robert Trevet/Trywell

    Ref:

    (1) Ardeaconry of Norfolk Wills- 1602/3, fol.62
    (2) Norwich Consistory Court- 73 Stywarde

    Parish Registers- Blofield, Hemblington, & Ranworth, Norfolk
    Early Settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire- William Haslet Jones, NEHGR, Vol.141, pp.124-6


    1. JOSSELYN

    m. ______ CHITTOCK
    d. after 1488 London

    Issue-

  • 2I. ROBERT- b. Norfolk, m. Johanne ______, will 6 Oct.- 3 Mar. 1488/9
  • II. Maud- m. ______ Baxter
  • III. John-

    Ref:

    Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery, Maine & His Descendants- p. v


    2I. ROBERT (JOSSELYN 1)

    b. Earsham, Norfolk
    m. Johanne ______
    will 6 Oct.-3 Mar. 1488/9, London
    Robert was a draper in London.

    Issue-

  • I. Thomas Salle-
  • II. Philippe-
  • III. Robert-
  • IV. John-
  • V. Richard-
  • VI. William-
  • VII. Elizabeth-
  • VIII. Margery-
  • 3IX. RALPH- m. JULIAN ______, d. Apr. 1518 North Berlyngham

    Ref:

    Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery, Maine & His Descendants- p. v


    3IX. RALPH (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2)

    m. JULIAN ______
    d. Apr. 1518 North Berlyngham

    Issue-

  • 4I. WILLIAM-
  • II. Alice- m. Bertelnen Leman
  • III. John-
  • IV. Margaret- m. ______ Dey
  • V. Thomas

    Ref:

    Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery, Maine & His Descendants- p. v


    4I. WILLIAM (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3)

    William succeeded to the Berlyngham property.

    Issue-

  • 5I. RICHARD- d. 29 June 1576 Berlyngham

    Ref:

    Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery, Maine & His Descendants- p. v


    5I. RICHARD (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4)

    d. 29 June 1576 Berlyngham

    Issue-

  • I. William-
  • 6II. JOHN- bpt. 30 Nov. 1555, m. ELIZABETH WOODGATE (d.c.1597), will 10 May-16 June 1600
  • III. Richard-
  • IV. Margaret- m. ______ Kepinge
  • V. Daniel- m. ______ Clerke

    Ref:

    Daniel Goodwin of Ancient Kittery, Maine & His Descendants- p. v


    6II. JOHN (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5)

    bpt. 30 Nov. 1555 Burlingham
    m. ELIZABETH (3) WOODGATE (d.c.1597)
    will 10 May-16 June 1600

    John was a clothier in East Bergholt, Suffolk. He was evidently a very respected man as many neighbors, relatives and friends trusted him enough to leave the estates destined for minor children in his care and he was named administrator and supervisor for a number of wills including the estates of his father-in-law Steven Woodgate.

    Issue-

  • I. John- b.c.1585, m. Elizabeth Holloway, d. 1638. John was probably nearly 21 at the time of his father's death and was left in the custody of a friend Isaac Mitchell to be brought up "in the trade or mystery of a clothier"
    .
  • 7II. DANIEL-b.c.1590,m.c.1615 DOROTHY (2) BARKER, will 1625
  • III. Mary- b.c.1590, m. Thomas Barker, d. between 1639 & 1643. Mary's guardian upon her father's death was Robert Alefounder.

    Ref:

    Genealogical Gleanings in England- Henry F. Waters, Vol.II, p.1151


    7II. DANIEL (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6)

    b.c. 1590
    m.c. 1615 DOROTHY (2) BARKER (m.2. Edward Yeardly)
    will 16 Feb. 1625

    Upon his father's death Daniel was under the custody of William and Elizabeth (Lincoln) Holloway, after William's death in 1608 Elizabeth married Daniel's brother John. All of these families (Alefounder, Holloway, Chapman, Barker, Woodgate, Lincoln) lived in the area of East Bergholt, Suffolk and were clothiers and close friends. They seem to have been quite wealthy owning large amounts of property and having control of large amounts of money.

    Daniel left his estate to his minor sons Daniel and Stephen.

    Issue-

  • I. Edmund- m. Margaret ______, d. 1645
  • 8II. DANIEL- m. 1. MARGARET (2) SPENCER, 2. after Mar. 1670 Sarah Sanders (m.1. Peter Tubet), d.c. 1712
  • III. Stephen- may have settled in Charlestown, MA

    Ref:

    Genealogical Gleanings in England- Vol.II, pp.1155-6
    English Ancestry of Daniel Goodwin- Evelyn Stager, The Goodwin News, Vol.III, No.3, pp.17-8


    8II. DANIEL (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7)

    b. East Bergholt, Suffolk
    m.1. c.1654 MARGARET (2) SPENCER
    2. after Mar. 1670 Sarah Sanders (m.1. Peter Tubet)
    d.c.1712

    Daniel was a surveyor, an innkeeper and a large landed proprietor. He kept a public house with and without a license and at times was in court because of "disturbances" which occured at his establishment. He was in Kittery in 1652 when he signed the submission to Massachusetts. He received his lot by a town grant in 1654(1) and was a constable of Kittery 10 Dec. 1662, a Sergeant in 1659 and a grandjuryman in 1659 and 1678. On 14 July 1683 he gave his sons Thomas and James a tract of land in Berwick where he was living and on 19 March 1696/7 he deeded land to his sons William and Moses and on 21 Aug. 1701 to his son Daniel.

    He was a selectman 13 Apr. 1697(2) and signed a Berwick petition 4 Sept. 1697(3), a petition to the general court of Boston 10 Dec. 1662 for aid in discharging the duties of his office in the face of local opposition to that government(4), and a petition to Oliver Cromwell in 1657. He was also one of the founders of the church in South Berwick in 1702. In Dec. 1711 he deeded the homestead to his son Thomas for support.

    Issue-

  • 9I. DANIEL- b.c.1656, m. 17 Oct. 1682 AMY THOMPSON, d. Apr. 1726
  • 26 II. JAMES- m. SARAH THOMPSON, killed by Indians 29 July 1697 (5)
  • 10III. THOMAS- m.c.1685 MEHITABLE PLAISTED (living 1740), Adm. 1714
  • 22IV. WILLIAM- m. DELIVERANCE TAYLOR (living 4 Apr. 1763), d. 1714
  • 11V. MOSES- m. 7 Sept. 1694 ABIGAIL TAYLOR (living 29 Oct. 1730), d. 1726
  • 25VI. PATIENCE- m.19 Sept. 1690 DANIEL STONE
  • VII. Elizabeth- m.1. 19 Dec. 1686 Zachery Emery 2. 22 Dec. 1692 Phillip Hubbard
  • VIII. Sarah- m. 6 Dec. 1694 Isaac Barnes

    Ref:

    (1) Old Kittery and Her Families- p.124
    (2) Mass. Archives- Vol.III, p.386
    (3) Ibid- Vol.XI, pp.125,125a
    (4) Ibid- Vol.III, p.254
    (5) Old Kittery and Her Families- pp.169-70

    The Goodwins of Kittery, York Co., Maine- John Samuel Goodwin, p.9
    Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire- pp. 271-2
    Pioneers of Maine & New Hampshire- Pope, pp.82-3
    Mass. Archives- Vol.III, pp.242, 269


    9I. DANIEL (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8)

    b.c.1656 Kittery, Maine
    m. 17 Oct. 1682 AMY THOMPSON
    d. Apr. 1726 Berwick, Maine

    On 24 May 1679 his father deeded him land and a small house then occupied by Daniel Stone. He was on the grand jury in 1687 and Surveyor of highways in 1694-5 and a selectman from 1695 until 1698. Daniel signed a deposition aged 64 on 23 May 1720.(1)

    "In the Name of God Amen I Daniel Goodin Senr of Berwick... Husbandman... Do make and Ordain this my Last Will and Testament... I Give and Bequeath to my Son Daniel Goodin five shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit: as also my Part of the Ten Acres of Meadow at Humphrys Pond to him and his Heirs forever.

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Son Miles Goodin five Shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit.

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Son Nathanll Goodin five Shillings as Also it is my will that the Land I Bought of Nicholas & Elizabeth Turbit Shall be to him & his Heirs for ever.

    Item I Give to my Son Samuel Goodin five Shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit.

    Item I Give to my Son James five Shillings in Bills of Credit haveing Given him, a Cow Already reserved in My Deed of Gift to my son Thomas to be to my Dispose.

    Item I Give to my Daughter Margaret Hodsdon five Shillings to be paid in bills of Credit.

    Item I Give to my Daughter Amy Goodin five Shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit.

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Sarah Goodin one Cow being one of the three Cows Reserved to my Dispose in the Deed of Gift to my Son Thomas Goodin & also I Give and Bequeath five Shillings to her to be paid in bills of Credit.

    Item I Give & bequeath to my Daughter Ann More five Shillings to be paid in Bills of Credit having Given her a Cow one of the three Reserved to be Disposed of in my Deed of Gift aforsd

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my well Beloved wife all the rest of my Personall Estate not already Disposed of by my Deed of Gift Aforsaid...

    Item I Give my homestead to my son Thomas Goodin with the live Stock & ct As is more Particularly Exprest in ye fore mentd Deed of Gift to him & his heirs forever he paying or Allowing my Said Wife half the Income of Said homestead.

    Lastly I Constitute my Son Thomas Goodin my Sole Executor of this my Last will & Testament. Appointing my Beloved Friends Deacon Job Emery and Deacon John Hupper Overseers of this my will whom I Desire to be Adviseing to my Said Executor and to have an Eye to the Execution of this my Last Will & Testament

    Signed Sealed and Declared to be the Last Will and Testament of me the Subscriber Daniel Goodin this 12 Day of April Anno Dom: 1726 in Presence of John Hupper Junr John Short Thomas Bragden"

    The will was probated 12 May 1726 and the inventory was returned 19 June 1726 at £776/4/0.(2)

    Issue- All children born in Berwick.

  • I. Margaret- b. 23 Aug. 1683, m. Joseph Hodsdon (will 4 Apr. 1764)
  • II. Daniel- b. 13 June 1685, m. Abigail Roberts
  • III. Miles- b. 31 July 1687, m. Esther ______
  • 12IV. NATHANIEL- b. 29 Oct. 1689, m. Oct. 1713 MARY TIBBETTS (m.1. John Giles)
  • V. Amy- b. 19 Apr. 1693, m. 6 Nov. 1712 Moses Goodwin
  • VI. Samuel- b. 27 May 1695, m. 1. Sarah Davis, 2. Mrs. Judith (Preble) Smith
  • VII. James- b. 15 July 1697, m. Susannah Durgin. James lived in Falmouth
  • VIII. Thomas- b. 15 Aug. 1699, m.1. 20 Dec. 1722 Abigail Seward, 2. Elizabeth Abbott
  • IX. Sarah- b. 23 Sept. 1701, int. 5 Dec. 1729 Josiah Paul (b. 28 Apr. 1708 Kittery)
  • X. Ann- b. 19 Oct. 1703, d. 24 Nov. 1703
  • XI. Ann- b. 16 Feb. 1705, m. 16 Jan. 1723 William Moore

    Ref:

    (1) Old Kittery and Her Families- p.129
    (2) York Co. Probate- III, 204

    The Goodwins of Kittery, York Co., Maine- p.10
    Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire- p.272
    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- pp.3-4


    12IV. NATHANIEL (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, DANIEL 9)

    b. 29 Oct. 1689 Berwick
    m. Oct. 1713 MARY TIBBETTS (m.1. John Giles)

    Issue- first four children bpt. in Berwick.

  • I. Amy- bpt. 16 Jan. 1724
  • II. Nathaniel- bpt. 16 Jan. 1724, m. Mary White
  • 13III. BENJAMIN- bpt. 16 Jan. 1724, m. SARAH HEARLE
  • IV. Mary- bpt. 16 Jan. 1724
  • V. Solomon- m. Abigail Hooper
  • 14VI. JOHN- b.c.1719, m. MARTHA NASON (bpt. 11 Sept. 1743 S. Berwick)

    Ref:

    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- pp.10-11


    13III. BENJAMIN (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, DANIEL 9, NATHANIEL 10)

    bpt. 16 Jan. 1724 Berwick
    m. 27 Aug. 1747 S. Berwick, SARAH HEARLE (bpt. 19 July 1725)

    Benjamin was a master carter, one who cut and hauled log masts. He moved to Kennebunkport and followed his trade for many years. He was on the list of Berwick inhabitants 24 Dec. 1748 but, signed an Arundel petition for a separate township 5 Apr. 1749.(1)

    Issue-

  • I. Benjamin- m.1. Olive Jellison, 2. Elizabeth Adams
  • II. Hannah- m. Thomas Clough
  • III. Sarah- m. Israel Wakefield
  • IV. Mary- m. Noah Clough
  • V. Daniel- b. 17 Apr. 1761 Kennebunkport, m. Lydia Adams
  • VI. William- b. 1772 Kennebunkport, m. Sarah Bickford (b. 1771, d.c. 1853 Waterbury, VT)
  • VII. Margaret- m. Benjamin Jellison
  • VIII. ______
  • 15IX. JAMES- m. 27 Mar. 1796 Kennebunkport, RUTH MARCH (m.2. Jeremiah Dunham), d. 1804 Kennebunkport

    Ref:

    (1) Mass. Archives- Vol.115, p.397; Vol.12, pp.586,589

    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- p. 20


    15IX. JAMES (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, DANIEL 9, NATHANIEL 10, BENJAMIN 11)

    m. 27 Mar. 1796 Kennebunkport, RUTH MARCH (m.2. Jeremiah Dunham)
    d. 1804 Kennebunkport

    Issue-

  • 16I. OLIVER- b. 2 Apr. 1797 Kennebunkport, m. 31 Oct. 1822 BETSY GILPATRICK (b. 12 Sept. 1800, d. 12 Aug. 1878), d. 9 Nov. 1861
  • II. Ivory- b. 1800, d.s.p.
  • III. Eliza- int. 21 Jan. 1828 Kennebunkport, Enoch Reed of Washburn, Aroostook Co.
  • IV. James- d.s.p. 1821

    Ref:

    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- p. 42
    Kennbunkport V.R.


    16I. OLIVER (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, DANIEL 9, NATHANIEL 10, BENJAMIN 11, JAMES 12)

    b. 2 Apr. 1797 Kennebunkport
    int. 12 Oct. 1822 (m. 31 Oct.) Kennebunkport, BETSEY GILPATRICK (b. 12 Sept. 1800, d. 12 Aug. 1878 Kennebunkport)
    d. 9 Nov. 1861 Kennebunkport

    Oliver Goodwin of Kennebunkport, yeoman, sold for $10 to George J. Cooper of Kennebunkport, mariner, 63 rods next to Oliver's lot 10 May 1845. The deed was signed by Oliver and Betsey Goodwin.(1)

    Thomas C. Worth, George J. Cooper, and Oliver Goodwin of Kennebunkport sold for $16 to Joseph Garland of Kennebunkport land next to George 3 July 1849. This deed was signed by Thomas C. and Olive Worth, George J. and Olive Cooper, and Oliver and Betsey Goodwin.(2)

    The administration of his estate was granted to Betsey 1 Dec. 1868.(3)

    Issue-

  • I. Mary F.- b. 6 Feb. 1823, m. 4 June 1848 Kennebunkport, Oliver Bartlett
  • 17II. OLIVE- b. 3 July 1824 Kennebunkport, int. 29 Apr. 1849 Kennebunkport, GEORGE J. COOPER (b.c.1817, d. 29 Sept. 1890 Kennebunkport), d. 14 Jan. 1892 Kennebunkport
  • III. Susan A.- b. 2 Oct. 1827 Kennebunkport, m. 16 Oct. 1851 Kennebunkport, Thomas Washburn of Kennebunk (d. 6 May 1872), d. 10 May 1891
  • IV. Harriet N.- b. 24 June 1829, m. 24 June 1853 Ira A. Dutton of Sudbury, MA
  • V. Elizabeth H.- b. 20 Jan. 1832, m. 23 Oct. 1851 James L. Bodge
  • VI. Caroline- b. 24 June 1835, m. 21 July 1853 James K. Emery
  • VII. Emily V.- b. 6 Feb. 1841, d. 14 Sept. 1859
  • VIII. Sarah A.- b. 1 Apr. 1842, d. 19 Jan. 1857
  • IX. Asenath M.- b. 9 July 1844, m. 2 Oct. 1869 Joseph N. Currier (b. 1842, d. 1921), d. 1922

    Ref:

    (1) York Co. Deeds- Vol.197, p.105
    (2) Ibid- Vol.213, p.536
    (3) York Co. Probate- No.7168

    Kennebunkport V.R.
    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- p. 97


    14VI. JOHN (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, DANIEL 9, NATHANIEL 10)

    b.c.1719 South Berwick, ME
    m. MARTHA NASON (bpt. 11 Sept. 1743 South Berwick)

    John Goodwin of Berwick, mason, sold to Tobias Leighton of Kittery, yeoman, for £77/17 on 3 July 1741: "a Dwelling House & orchard with about Two Acres of Land... Situate in the Town of Berwick... which Land I bought of Moses Goodwin Decd." The land was bounded by Walter Abbot, deceased, the road between Kittery and the Berwick Meeting House, and by Thomas Goodwin. The deed was witnessed by Joseph Plaisted and Nathaniel Bray.(1)

    Martha, the wife of John Goodwin, was dismissed and recommended ot the second church in Wells on 14 Nov. 1754.

    Issue-

  • I. Simeon- bpt. 11 Sept. 1743 Kennebunkport
  • II. Simeon- bpt. 24 May 1746, m. 25 Jan. 1778 Saco, Dorcas Evans (b. 19 May 1757, d. 24 Aug. 1815), d. 20 May 1816 Litchfield, ME
  • III. Andrew- b. 1 Jan. 1750, m.1. 1775 Gardiner, ME, Hannah Stackpole (b. 19 Sept. 1755 Biddeford, ME, d. 7 Nov. 1791, see Vol.I, p.379), 2. 11 Nov. 1796 Martha Estey of Sharon, d. 27 Dec. 1821 Pittston
  • IV. John- bpt. 7 Nov. 1750, m. 11 Dec. 1777 Kennbunkport, Sarah Hodgdon
  • V. Benjamin- bpt. 2 Feb. 1752, m. Deborah Goodwin. Benjamin moved to Lyman, ME.
  • 18VI. MARK- bpt. 2 Feb. 1752, m.1. 3 Dec. 1772 Sarah Goodwin, 2. Elizabeth Hutchins
  • VII. Martha- m. William Andros of Kennebunkport
  • VIII. Patience- m. 1774 Joseph Bradbury (bpt. 1748, d. 7 Sept. 1819) Joseph and Patience moved to Buxton, ME.
  • IX. Mary- m. Jacob Bradbury Jr. (bpt. 22 Apr. 1744)
  • X. Elizabeth- m. 21 Dec. 1774 Saco, Robert Patterson Jr. (b.c.1742 Saco)

    Ref:

    (1) York Co. Deeds- Vol.22, p.202

    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- pp. 20A, 21


    18VI. MARK (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, DANIEL 9, NATHANIEL 10, JOHN 11)

    bpt. 2 Feb. 1752 South Berwick
    m.1. 3 Dec. 1772 Arundel, Sarah Goodwin
        2. Elizabeth Hutchins (bpt. 9 Sept. 1753 Kittery, d. of Joshua & Mary (Ball) Hutchins)
    Mark lived in Portsmouth, NH.

    Issue-

  • I. Jacob- d.s.p.
  • II. Simeon- b. 2 Aug. 1772, m. Hannah Dolloff
  • III. Mark- d.s.p.
  • 19IV. MARTHA- b.c.1785, m.1. 5 Nov. 1807 Kennebunkport, Rufus Russ, 2. 3 Mar. 1814 Kennebunkport, Henry Flanders (m.1. 23 Dec. 1799 Olive Lowland), 3. 6 Sept. 1817 Kennebunkport, James Young, 4. int. 15 Jan. 1820 Kennebunkport, THOMAS (5) HUFF (b.c.1778, d. 17 May 1866 Kennebunkport)
  • V. Sarah- m.12 Feb. 1807 Kennebunkport, Henry Green
  • VI. Deborah- m. John Staples
  • VII. Edmund- b. 23 Apr. 1791, m.1. Nancy Jellison, 2. Lydia S. Sargent
  • VIII. Anna- m.1. Asa Bridges, 2. Theodore Donnell

    Ref:

    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- p. 46


    26II. JAMES (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8)

    m. 9 Dec. 1686 York, SARAH THOMPSON (bpt. Apr. 1703, m.2. Dec. 1703 William Hearl)
    killed by Indians 31 July 1697

    James and his brother Thomas were given land by their father 14 July 1683. He served on the jury in 1696-7.

    Issue-

  • I. Richard- m.1. Sarah Hall, 2. Elizabeth Tibbetts
  • II. John-
  • III. James-
  • ? 27IV. THOMAS-bpt. 9 Oct. 1726, m. 12 Apr. 1729 HANNAH WELLS, d. 3 Apr. 1769 Wells
  • V. Ham- b. 12 Apr. 1687
  • VI. Sarah- b. 6 Jan. 1689, d. 16 May 1696
  • VII. Mary- b. 23 May 1691, m. John Davis
  • VIII. Adam- b. 12 Apr. 1687

    Ref:

    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- p.4


    27 VIII. THOMAS (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, JAMES 9)

    b. 5 Aug. 1699 Berwick, Maine
    m. 12 Apr. 1729 Newbury, MA, HANNAH (4) WELLS
    d. 3 Apr. 1769

    Goodwin in his genealogy states that Thomas was probably the son of Daniel of Kittery although his evidence is lacking. The more recent genealogy by the Goodwin Family Association states that he was the son of James of Berwick. It seems much more likely that he was connected with the Newbury Goodwins as he and Hannah Wells were married there. There is also a question as to the parentage of Samuel & Mary Goodwin of Wells. They are placed as children of Thomas & Hannah as they were the only Goodwins who were living in Wells who could possibly be their parents however the following deed puts this relationship in doubt unless Samuel was born after 1744: "I John Wells of Wells... In Consideration of the Love I bear to Thomas Goodwin Junr A minor my grand Son the only Son of my Belovd Daughter Hannah Goodwin wife of Thomas Goodwin of said Wells, Last maker Have given... Twenty Acres of Land... in Wells... upon the northerly side of Little River... Twenty Seventh Day of Janry Anno Domini 1743/4"(1)

    "I John Wells of Wells... in Consideration of the Paternal Love I bear unto my beloved Son in Law Thomas Goodwin of said Wells last Maker & to my beloved Daughtr Hannah Wife of the sd Goodwin Have given... unto them... Fourteen Acres of Land... & Salt Marsh... in Wells... below the High Way about One Rod to the Eastward of the Farm Bridge... to the North West Corner of the Barn lately Erected by the sd Thomas Goodwin near the House he now Dwells in... to the said Line between Nathl. Clarks Land & mine... to the Corner where sd Clarkes Land & mine Joyn with Joshua Wells's Land... leaving the Point of Upland that leads to my Mill on Little River... this Twenty Seventh Day of January Anno Domini 1743/4"(2)

    Issue-

  • I. Thomas- b.c.1733, m. 25 Oct. 1753 Susannah Downing, d. May 1799
  • II. Samuel?-
  • 28III. MARY?- b.c.1738, m. JOSEPH (4) HALEY (d.c.1800)

    Ref:

    (1) York Deeds- Vol.25, p.29
    (2) Ibid- p.28

    The Goodwins of Kittery, York Co., Maine- pp.25, 69-71
    Newbury Vital Records
    Goodwin Genealogy- Descendants of Daniel Goodwin of S. Berwick, Maine- pp. 4, 13


    10III. THOMAS (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8)

    m.c. 1685 MEHITABLE PLAISTED (living in 1740)
    Adm. 26 Mar. 1714

    Thomas and his family were living in Mr. Love's house when Salmon Falls was sacked by the Indians in March 1689/90. He, his wife Mehitable and their infant son were captured. Mehitable's brother James who was also captured wrote that Thomas had killed one Frenchman and wounded another in the attack and was to be tried for his life by a council of war, however he was free before his wife was released in Oct. 1695.

    Thomas signed a Berwick petition for a separate township 4 Sept. 1697 and a petition asking for assistance to support the minister 3 Apr. 1698.(1)

    Issue-

  • I. ______- son, killed by Indians in 1690
  • II. Thomas- b. 29 July 1697, m. 2 Dec. 1722 Elizabeth Butler, living Oct. 1755
  • III. Ichabod- b. 1 June 1700, m. 25 Aug. 1729 Elizabeth Scammon, will 1774-1777
  • IV. Olive- bpt. 14 Mar. 1707/8, m. Timothy Davis
  • 20V. MARY- bpt. 18 June 1710, m.1. 1729 Richard Lord Jr. 2. JOHN COOPER (b. Oct. 102 Kittery, d. Apr. 1793 Berwick)
  • VI. James- m. Margaret Wallingford, living in 1756
  • VII. Bial- bpt. 20 May 1716

    Ref:

    (1) Mass. Archives- Vol.11, p.125a,127a

    Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire-p.272


    11V. MOSES (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8)

    m. 7 Sept. 1694 ABIGAIL TAYLOR (living 29 Oct. 1730)
    will 21 Apr.- 9 June 1726

    Moses and his brother William were in Spencer's garrison in 1693.

    "In the name of God Amen The Twenty first Day of Aprill in the year 1726 I Moses Goodin husbandman... Do make and Ordain this my Last Will and Testament...

    Imprimis I Give and Bequeath to my Beloved Wife Abigail one third part of my life Stock, with all my household Goods to be to her Sole Use and at her Absolute Dispose Togeather with the Use of my Dwelling house & the Land that Lyes to the Westward of the Way leading by My Said House towards York to be to her sole Use During her Naturall life with the Utensils and Instrumts for Husbandry Nesessary to Carry on her part of the Land

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Martha five Pounds to be paid in Province Bihls in Two years after my Decease by my Executrs I haveing Given her a Cow & Calf already

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Patience five Pounds to be paid in Province Bills within Two years after my Decease by my Executors She having Already had a Cow & Calf.

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Mary five Pounds to be paid in Province Bills within Two years after my Decease She haveing Already had a Cow and Calf.

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Abigail ten Pounds to be paid in Province Bills within two years after my Decease

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Phebe five Pounds to be paid in Province Bills within Two years after my Decease haveing had a Cow and Calf.

    Item I Give and Bequeath Elizabeth ten Pounds to be Paid in two years after my Decease in Province Bills.

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Margaret ten Pounds to be Paid by my Execrs within two years After my Decease in Province Bills

    Item I Give and Bequeath to my two Sons Moses and Aaron (whom I appoint the Executors of this my Last Will & Testament) to be Equally Divided Between them And to Enjoy in Severalty to them and their Heirs and Assigns for ever my Homestead Housing & Lands in Berwick and a forty Acre Lot on the Rocky hills and a Peice of Land of about Eighteen Acres At the Pipe Stave Hill with my Comon Rights in Said Berwick Together with the two thirds of my live Stock and the Remaining Utensills and Instruments of Husbandry hereby Obliging them my Said Two Sons their Heirs & Executrs to afford and Provid fire wood for their Mother During her Widowhood In Wittness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal the Day & year above written.

    Signed Sealed Pronounced & Declared by the Said Moses Goodin as his Last Will & Testamt in ye Presence of ye Subscribers.

    Job Emery........................Moses X Goodin John Goodin............................Signum Thomas Alden"(1)

    In 1738 Abigail was accused of receiving stolen goods.

    Issue-

  • I. Martha- b. 22 May 1695, m.1. 30 Aug. 1711 James Gray, 2. Uriah Page
  • II. Patience- b. 11 Feb. 1697, m. 4 Dec. 1719 Thomas Bond of Portsmouth
  • 21III. MARY- b. 18 Sept. 1699, m. JAMESWARREN
  • IV. Abigail- b. 29 Jan. 1700, m. 29 Dec. 1727 William Bennett of Portsmouth
  • V. Phoebe- m. 10 Feb. 1725 John Emery
  • VI. Elizabeth- m. John Gray
  • VII. Moses- d.s.p. 1759
  • VIII. Aaron- b. 1702, m.1. Sarah Thompson, 2. Ruth Beal
  • IX. Margaret- m. Elias Grant

    Ref:

    (1) York Co. Probate- 3, 205

    Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire- p.271


    22IV WILLIAM (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8)

    m. DELIVERANCE TAYLOR (b.c.1673, living 4 Apr. 1763)
    d. 1714

    Issue-

  • I. Margaret- b. 19 Dec. 1687, m. 15 Feb. 1707/8 Berwick, James Frost
  • II. Moses- b. 18 Nov. 1689, m.1. Amy Goodwin, 2. Ann _____ will 9 May 1769
  • 23III. WILLIAM- b. 11 May 1692, m. ABIGAIL STONE
  • IV. John- b. 2 Sept. 1694, m. 12 June 1715 Patience Willoughby
  • V. James- b. 4 Mar. 1696/7, m. Susanna Durgin, d. 1757 Newmarket, NH
  • VI. Elizabeth- b. 17 Dec. 1699, m. 29 Oct. 1725 William Libby
  • VII. Hannah- b. 29 Aug. 1701, m. 18 Feb. 1723 Etherington Hearl
  • VIII. Adam- m.1. Sarah ______, 2. Mehitable Thompson, living in 1763
  • IX. Taylor- m. Elizabeth Nason, adm. 1773 Berwick
  • X. Mary-

    Ref:

    Old Kittery and Her Families- p.455


    23III. WILLIAM (JOSSELYN 1, ROBERT 2, RALPH 3, WILLIAM 4, RICHARD 5, JOHN 6, DANIEL 7, DANIEL 8, WILLIAM 9)

    b. 11 May 1692 Kittery
    m. ABIGAIL STONE (b. 29 Nov. 1691 Berwick)

    Issue- All children bpt. in Berwick.

  • I. William- bpt. 22 Apr. 1725, m.1. Mary Butler, 2. Sarah Stone
  • II. Patience- bpt. 22 Apr. 1725
  • III. James- bpt. 22 Apr. 1725
  • 24IV. ABIGAIL- bpt. 22 Apr. 1725, m. 16 Nov. 1749 Berwick, JOHN GUPTILL (bpt. 29 May 1726 Berwick)
  • V. Deliverance- bpt. 22 Apr. 1725
  • VI. Elijah- bpt. 23 Mar. 1726/7, m.1. Abigail Tarbox, 2. Eunice Foy (m.1. ______ Hammond)
  • VII. Jeremiah- bpt. 4 June 1732, d.s.p.
  • VIII. Shipway- bpt. 4 June 1732, m.1. Lydia Lord, 2. Catherine Abbott
  • IX. Sarah-
  • X. Jeremiah- bpt. 24 July 1737, m. 8 Dec. 1760 Lydia Thompson

    Ref:

    Old Kittery and Her Families- p.458

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